Nike took over as MLB's supplier for the 2020 season.
FOX Business' Charlie Gasparino says hedge fund billionaire Steve Cohen reportedly believes the New York Mets are his but it all depends on the price tag.
Sources tell FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino that hedge fund billionaire Steve Cohen is likely to pay $2 billion for the New York Mets if terms are reached as other bids so far seem to appear below that level.
Coronavirus testing delays hit MLB leading several teams to postpone workouts. FOX Business’ Hillary Vaughn with more.
FOX Business' Cheryl Casone reports on the Washington Redskins reviewing its name after many sponsors and retailers have called the mascot into question. Then, Utah congressional candidate and former NFL player Burgess Owens responds to the debate and weighs in on reparations and the Black National Anthem.
Several companies have publicly called on Washington to change its name.
Oakland Athletics President Dave Kaval discusses adjusting to a shortened MLB season without fans in attendance due to coronavirus.
Pollster Lee Carter, Moody's Capital Markets Chief Economist John Lonski and UBS Financial Services Private Wealth Advisor Alli McCartney on the potential re-branding and renaming of the NFL's Washington Redskins and MLB's Cleveland Indians.
Platinum Luxury Auctions will oversee the July 9 auction.
Seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson became the first driver to test positive for coronavirus Friday.
The game scheduled for July 14 was canceled Friday because of the coronavirus pandemic.
FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino gives updates on the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell, as well as possible bids on the New York Mets.
Former MLB player Harold Reynolds discusses the MLB announcing a shortened baseball season while managing coronavirus safety.
Sports reporter Mike Gunzelman says MLB players will be tested for coronavirus every other day and will play in their own home cities. He also believes the NHL will be the first to return, followed by the NBA, MLB, and NFL.
The payments stem from an agreement the Mets and Bonilla reached to buy out his contract in 2000.
MLB is allowing its teams to retain an expanded pool of 60 players each for the upcoming season restart.
Sports betting is gaining mainstream acceptance across the country as more states opt to legalize and regulate the industry.
U.S. sports betting operators such as DraftKings and FanDuel are banking on a much-needed surge in demand next month when top leagues return to play during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dubbed the “Giants Fan Cutout Program,” the plan will be free of charge for season ticket holders.
Barstool is launching its sports betting operation at a time of growing competition in the legal gambling marketplace.