The Mayor turns to Fred and Carrie to help him put together a big-league baseball team.
Baltimore's Adam Jones says the all-star break really isn't a break if you get the chance to play in the game, but he is excited to have his family with him and he couldn't ask for more.
Tony Gwynn is being remembered today as one of the greatest hitters baseball has ever seen. And while the man known as Mr. Padre spent his entire career in San Diego, his legacy lives on across the country.
Baseball Hall of Fame great Ralph Kiner has died
Alex Rodriguez has filed suit against Major League Baseball and the player s union.
Alex Rodriguez's baseball suspension could mean the end of the 38-year-old's career. Bob Costas reports.
Baseball s highest paid player is suspended for the entire 2014 season. What s next for the 38-year-old? NBC News Ron Mott reports.
Two former Braves pitchers will be joined by the great White Sox slugger Frank Thomas in the class of 2014.
Former managers Tony La Russa, Joe Torre and Bobby Cox each won more than 2,000 games and Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig says the trio brought a brand of class and professionalism to the game. They will be formally inducted to the Hall of Fame in July.
Major League Baseball owners are close to approving a new policy that would increase the number of plays subject to review using videotape replay. NBC s Brian Williams reports.
The Atlanta Braves are leaving Turner Field and moving to Cobb County, 14 miles away. NBC s Brian Williams reports.
Red Sox World Series MVP David Ortiz and the Flyin Hawaiian outfielder Shane Victorino get their beards shaved live on TODAY even as the show s male anchors renounce their razors for No Shave November.
Dan Shaughnessy joins Morning Joe to recap the Boston Red Sox s season and their trip to the World Series. Sen. Ed Markey also joins the discuss.
CEO Larry Lucchino and manager John Farrell discuss the baseball team s dramatic turnaround and how they fixed what was broken.
It is the fourth World Series between the Cardinals and Red Sox, and two siblings were there when it all started, attending the 1946 World Series between Boston and St. Louis. KSDK s Anne Allred reports.
The Commissioner of Major League Baseball announced he would retire when his current term expires in 2015. NBC s Brian Williams reports.
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