The president spoke to the nation Tuesday night. Now it's Off Base's turn. And you know what? Compared to the state of the union, Major League Baseball looks marvelous.
Don Mattingly considers the five-year federal investigation into pitcher Roger Clemens a complete waste of resources and money.
His game steeped in history, Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig is hoping for a repeat performance when it comes to labor discussions in 2011.
Bud Selig hopes to complete his review of the Mitchell report by spring training.
The discussion of the Mitchell report has been focused almost exclusively on the players. As ESPN.com's Howard Bryant writes, Congress should hold baseball management, ownership and former Sen. George Mitchell accountable, too.
Former slugger Jose Canseco and several players he has accused of joining him in abusing steroids have been invited to testify before a House committee.
Jackie Robinson was posthumously awarded a Congressional Gold Medal on Wednesday, more than half a century after breaking baseball's color barrier.
Jackie Robinson, who broke baseball's color barrier in 1947, might be honored posthumously with Congress' highest honor, a Congressional Gold Medal.
Major League Baseball has increased spending on lobbying and political contributions as it seeks to block efforts in Congress aimed at stopping the sport from eliminating two teams.