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MLB testing hands-free entry for fans utilizing facial authentication, AI security

No more fumbling for a phone at entry, waiting through a wonky bar code scan, or shuffling through a lengthy line at one gate.

With player stylists and Gucci collabs, MLB eyes a fresh look with younger fans

It’s no coincidence that MLB is tapping the young, mixed-race player as a style ambassador for its All-Star Red Carpet Show.

In its push for more Black US players, MLB hopes results are on the horizon from grassroots efforts

MLB said that approximately 15% of the players in the showcase were Black.

MLB teams welcome LGBTQ+ fans with Pride Nights but not one has seen an active player come out

When it comes to baseball and LGBTQ+ inclusivity, Billy Bean often flashes back to his playing days.

World Baseball Classic keeps growing despite injury risks

The event has grown though its five editions since launching in 2006.

Japanese beating Americans in baseball is must-see viewing

This was must see viewing — over and over and over.

US routs Cuba 14-2 to reach World Baseball Classic final

The U.S. plays Japan or Mexico in Tuesday night’s championship.

Major league teams searching for advantages with new rules

The bases are bigger, and the pickoff rules are different.

Why are baseball teams spending so much money?

It has been an epic holiday season already for several teams and players


Florida auto shop owner and angry customer shot each other to death

Both men later died at a hospital. The shooting brought dozens of police officers to the scene.

Brightline high-speed train headed to Orlando fatally strikes pedestrian

Overall, it was Brightline’s 99th death since it began operations six years ago.

Review: Ed Sheeran’s ‘Autumn Variations’ is a beautifully honest exploration of adult despondency

Inspiration came from an unusual place: composer Edward Elgar’s “Enigma Variations.”

Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, an advocate for liberal priorities, dies at age 90

Feinstein died on Thursday night at her home in Washington, D.C., her office confirmed on Friday.