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Former Royals owner David Glass dies at 84
David Glass, who bought the Kansas City Royals in 2000, died last week at the age of 84, the team announced. Under Glass' ownership, the team reached the World Series in 2014 and won the title in 2015.[read more]

Rockies to retire Walker's jersey on April 19
The Rockies will retire Larry Walker's No. 33 jersey on April 19, joining Todd Helton (17) as the only players to be so honored by the team.[read more]

McDowell: La Russa put in sign-stealing system
Former White Sox pitcher Jack McDowell, who never played for Tony La Russa, said a camera-aided sign-stealing system was set up by the Hall of Fame manager prior to his being fired, and that was used after McDowell made his debut in 1987.[read more]

Source: Ineligible list ends at death for MLB bans
Major League Baseball has no hold on banned players after they die, a source told ESPN, which could be significant when it comes to Hall of Fame consideration for "Shoeless" Joe Jackson and others who were banned for life and have since died.[read more]

How the internet helped crack the Astros' sign-stealing case
From video breakdowns to screengrabs to players weighing in, social media shaped MLB's first uniquely 21st century scandal.[read more]

Buzzers, burner accounts and conspiracies: Inside baseball's day of epic chaos
Three days of sign-stealing scandal buildup erupted on social media Thursday, leading to a day of conspiracies and confusion -- and MLB without control of its sport.[read more]

Murray: Could play in NFL, MLB at same time
Cardinals QB Kyler Murray says he's still focused on football, but he says he thinks "it would be fun" to play professional baseball at the same time. "Athletically, I think, yeah, I could do it," he said.[read more]

Lessons from baseball helped Titans' A.J. Brown blossom at football
Before he was a breakout Titans rookie, Brown was a two-sport high school star. Why did he ultimately choose football over baseball?[read more]

MLB: No evidence Astros used wearable devices
Major League Baseball said Thursday that its investigation into stealing signs found no evidence that any Astros players wore electronic devices that would have notified them of certain pitches, including during the 2019 season.[read more]

Giants make Nakken 1st female coach in MLB
The Giants made Alyssa Nakken the first female coach on an MLB staff Thursday. She will be in uniform, will travel, throw batting practice and hit fungoes, manager Gabe Kapler said.[read more]