12/20/2010 10:59 PM ET
December 13, 2010 - SEGA® Corporation and SEGA® of America, Inc. have announced that they will be launching the free-to-play sports simulation MLB Manager(TM) Online in March 2011, coinciding with the start of the 2011 Major League Baseball® season.
12/20/2010 11:34 PM ET
YouTube and MLB Advanced Media, L.P. (MLBAM), the
interactive media and Internet company of Major League Baseball, today announced a partnership to
offer baseball fans in Japan a new way to follow Major League Baseball.
09/22/2009 2:50 PM ET
In response to the increasing popularity of baseball in China, Major League Baseball International (MLBI) will formally open a baseball development center in Wuxi, China on September 23.
03/07/2007 12:10 PM ET
Major League Baseball International has reached agreements with ESPN Star Sports (ESS) and FTV on
comprehensive over-the-air, cable and satellite broadcast packages through 2009.
07/07/2005 5:44 PM ET
Major League Baseball International and the National Association of Japan-American Societies will sponsor 12 Phoenix-area baseball players, ages 13-15, on a trip to Tokyo this summer.
06/03/2005 2:40 PM ET
Major League Baseball and Cerveza Presidente will host the "Presidente Festival del Béisbol" in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic from June 4-12.
05/20/2005 5:10 PM ET
Beginning May 22, Major League Baseball fans in seven foreign countries and territories can vote for their favorite players and help decide who will start the MLB All-Star Game.
05/20/2005 5:34 PM ET
Major League Baseball and the Caribbean Confederation -- comprised of the professional baseball organizations in the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Venezuela -- signed a new Winter League Agreement.
05/05/2005 5:00 PM ET
Major League Baseball has reached a one-year broadcasting agreement with Public Television Service (PTS), the only non-commercial over-the-air network in Taiwan.
04/07/2005 5:37 PM ET
Opening Day rosters for the 30 Major League Baseball Clubs, which consist of 25-man rosters and disabled lists, included 242 players born outside the 50 United States.
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