Rangers’ Daniels on security breach: I feel for the Astros

What do other baseball executives think of the Houston Astros’ information leak? Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels spoke with Jim Bowden and Casey Stern about the news Monday on MLB Network Radio. Earlier this week, 10 months of internal trade … Continued


Managers assess Rule 7.13 on MLB Network Radio

One of the biggest controversies and conversation starters in Major League Baseball this season has been Rule 7.13, which was adopted this season on an experimental basis to protect catchers. Under Rule 7.13, a runner “may not deviate from his … Continued


Josh Byrnes on Padres ouster: We weren’t on same page

It’s been a rough season thus far for the Padres, especially at the plate. The club is dead last in the league in batting average (.214), on-base percentage (.274), runs (231) and hits (538). On Sunday, the Padres began the … Continued


Astros GM Jeff Luhnow visits MLB Network Radio’s D.C. studio

Wednesday afternoon, Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow stopped by the SiriusXM studios in Washington, D.C., and sat down for a live interview with Mike Ferrin on Power Alley. It was Luhnow’s second sit-down interview in D.C. on MLB Network Radio; … Continued


When did A.J. Ellis start thinking ‘no-hitter’ for Clayton Kershaw?

Clayton Kershaw pitched what the Major League Baseball Twitter account called one of the most dominant games in baseball history Wednesday night, striking out 15 Colorado Rockies en route to a no-hitter. Soak it in, @ClaytonKersh22. You just pitched one of … Continued


SiriusXM Sports remembers ‘Mr. Padre’ Tony Gwynn

The baseball world remembers Tony Gwynn


Sandy Alderson: New York Mets may be buyers at trade deadline

Entering the 2014 MLB season, the New York Mets’ $89 million payroll ranked 22nd in the big leagues, and more than $100 million less than their cross-city rivals, the New York Yankees. Despite the team’s recent frugality, though, general manager … Continued


The Major League Baseball World Cup Primer

Soccer certainly has a loyal following in the United States, an audience that continues to grow as the world’s most popular game gets more exposure nationwide. And the World Cup is something special; the quadrennial tournament featuring 32 nations often draws … Continued


MLB Network Radio hosts slam Manny Machado for bat-throwing incident

In 2013, his first full season in the big leagues, Manny Machado made the All-Star team, and led the league with 51 doubles. His season was ultimately cut short by a gruesome knee injury late in September that caused him to … Continued


MLB Network Radio remembers Don Zimmer

Don Zimmer was a baseball lifer. He signed with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1949 and played for six franchises in the U.S. When his playing days were over, Zimmer managed the Padres, Red Sox, Rangers and Cubs from the early … Continued