Major League Baseball Lockout Has Turned the MLB Website Upside Down

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on reddit
Share on email
A St. Louis Cardinals minor league pitcher, Dalton Roach, shared his terrifying story of being bit by a bear during a recent hunting trip

The Major League Baseball lockout has begun, and there already some changes happening. For one MLB’s website looks a lot different than it did yesterday.

Here’s the explanation via MLB.

Via MLB Website:

“You may notice that the content on this site looks a little different than usual. The reason for this is because the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the players and the league expired just before midnight on Dec. 1 and a new CBA is currently being negotiated between the owners and the MLBPA.

Until a new agreement is reached, there will be limitations on the type of content we display. As a result, you will see a lot more content that focuses on the game’s rich history. Once a new agreement is reached, the up-to-the minute news and analysis you have come to expect will continue as usual.”

Let’s take look at all the reactions after the MLB lockout changed the site:

Trending from Side Action

Why is the MLB Website look so different?

Here’s your answer, in case it wasn’t clear from all the tweets above.

Well there you have it.

Welcome to the game outside the game! Follow us on our Sideaction Twitter handle, Instagram, and Facebook for the latest on sports and pop culture news across the web!

Subscribe on YouTube!





Share on facebook
Share on twitter

You may also like



Share on facebook
Share on Facebook
Share on twitter
Tweet This
Share on reddit
Post on Reddit
Share on email
Share via Email