Shortstop roundup, Heaney and other MLB news

Shortstop roundup, Heaney and other MLB news

It’s the first of the month and we’re almost to Friday, Birdland! We hope you enjoy your Thursday, and in the meantime, here’s another roundup of Orioles news. You know the drill, let’s get right into it!

Orioles News 12/1/22

Free Agent Shortstop Summary

Birds Watcher completed its coverage of the four coveted free agent shortstops earlier this week in hopes of sending good vibes to the baseball spirits to bring one home to Baltimore. We’ve done our part, now it’s out of our hands.

In case you missed any of them, click on the links below!

Carlos Correa

Xander Bogaerts

Trea Turner

Dansby Swanson

Is left-hander Heaney eligible for Orioles?

As we continue to look through the list of free agents looking for players who can help the Orioles next season, the name of lefty starter Andrew Heaney came up. I dove into Heaney’s game to see if Mike Elias should call his agent ASAP.

MLB News

money to fly

Forbes reported that Disney bought the remaining 15% of Major League Baseball streaming company BAMTech for a staggering $900 million. That revenue will be split into $30 million in windfall payments that each of the 30 franchises will receive. Just think if your team’s ownership claims they can’t afford to raise payroll.

sleeve for sale

The Boston Red Sox became the first Major League Baseball franchise to be sold advertising space on their uniforms, agreeing to a $17 million-a-year deal with Springfield, Massachusetts-based life insurance company MassMutual. This move was inevitable as uniform advertising is ubiquitous in sports such as football and increasingly prevalent in American leagues such as the NBA and NHL. MLB has made it clear that it will extract every last dollar from every possible source of revenue, regardless of the consequences.

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