Baseball's playoffs could be expanding in two years.
Baseball players and owners have settled allegations of possible collusion against free agents after the 2008 and 2009 season in one of the first acts for the union since Michael Weiner took over from Donald Fehr.
Donald Fehr is a step closer to becoming the NHL Players' Association's executive director.
A top official of the National Hockey League Players' Association denied reports Thursday that Donald Fehr, the former leader of baseball's players' union, accepted an offer to take the top job at the NHLPA.
George Mitchell walked into the Rayburn Building for yesterday's congressional hearing on baseball and steroids and was greeted with smiles and handshakes from friends and admirers — the same friends and admirers who would be questioning him on his controversial report on performance-enhancing substances in the game.
"A call to action" is how Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig described former Sen. George Mitchell's devastating steroids report, vowing, "I will act." This must be the most disingenuous statement in the history of baseball. Mr. Selig should resign before the first pitch is thrown on the 2008 season.