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Juan Soto, Joe Simpson, and When Commentary Becomes Defamatory

It's likely immaterial, but Joe Simpson's comment about Juan Soto's age may …

Angel Hernandez and How Lawsuits Impact Baseball

Angel Hernandez should be allowed to keep being a bad umpire. Here's why …

Roberto Osuna, Immigration Law, and Crimes of Moral Turpitude

Already, the Astros' Osuna acquisition isn't going as planned …

Baseball Needs to Do More About Sexual Violence

The game needs to do more at all levels, but particularly for youth athletes …

Would Chris Bosio Win a Wrongful Termination Suit?

The Tigers' fired pitching coach is threatening to sue the club …

The Other Side of a Roberto Osuna Trade

Roberto Osuna just got the third-longest domestic violence suspension in MLB history. Why are …

One Last Thing About Umpire Videos

A record of the dialogue between Terry Collins and Tom Hallion wasn't ever supposed …

The Importance of Pride Month in MLB

LGBT people are a part of baseball's past and present. They're also a …

Is Major League Baseball’s Domestic Violence Policy Working?

It's time to reexamine MLB's Domestic Violence Policy …

Prospectus Feature: Winning at the Cost of Silence

Do we only care about little girls until we want to win baseball games?

Ross Stripling has found an unusual path to success by...

"A very rare combination of extremely intelligent and gritty”: Dodgers righty Ross Stripling followed the numbers to formulate an unusual pitching strategy that's working for him—and for the Dodgers.

Roberto Osuna, the Blue Jays, and the Limits of Presuming Innocence

What nobody noticed is the difference in how the Blue Jays handled it …