Gross retail sales of licensed products are up by almost 100 percent in the first part of the year compared to the same period last season, according to Tim Brosnan, executive vice president of business for Major League Baseball.
Amendments to Major League Baseball's drug testing policy don't appear like they are in the offing, at least not in the immediate future.
The Barry Bonds home run No. 660 and 661 balls likely won't fetch huge numbers on the collectors' market.
Teams are using a new trend of variable pricing plans to charge fans on a supply-vs.-demand basis.