Major League Baseball

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    Major League Baseball is a professional baseball organization. The Organization maintains a controlling relationship over the sport, including most aspects of Minor League Baseball.  

    TypePrivate
    Founded1903
    HQNew York, NY, US
    Websitemlb.com
    Employee Ratings3.8
    Overall CultureA-

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)24,055(+2%)
    Job Openings53

    Key People/Management at Major League Baseball

    Jason Gaedtke

    Jason Gaedtke

    CTO
    Dan Foster

    Dan Foster

    Chief Executive Officer, MLBPAA
    Matt McKendry

    Matt McKendry

    Senior Director, Umpire Operations
    Chris Marinak

    Chris Marinak

    Chief Operations and Strategy Officer
    Dan Halem

    Dan Halem

    Deputy Commissioner Baseball Administration and Chief Legal Officer
    Mark A. Letendre

    Mark A. Letendre

    Director, Umpire Medical Services
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    Major League Baseball Office Locations

    Major League Baseball has an office in New York
    New York, NY, US (HQ)
    75 9th Ave
    New York, NY, US
    Time-Life Building
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    Major League Baseball Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1903

    Major League Baseball Online and Social Media Presence

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    Major League Baseball Company Culture

    • Overall Culture

      A-

      79/100

    • CEO Rating

      A

      80/100

    • Compensation

      D

      55/100

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    Major League Baseball News and Updates

    The Action Network and Major League Baseball Announce Multi-Platform Content Partnership

    The Action Network, part of sports betting media group Better Collective, and Major League Baseball (MLB) has announced a multi-platform content partnership. As part of this content integration, Action Network will provide its award-winning sports betting information and content to Major League Base…

    Oakland A's is selling pairs of tickets for 100 dogecoin as the meme currency breaks into Major League Baseball

    Summary List PlacementDogecoin's steady advance into the mainstream continued on Monday, with the Oakland Athletics baseball team announcing it would sell pairs of tickets for 100 units of the meme cryptocurrency. Oakland A's president Dave Kaval said on Twitter the team had already processed doge…

    : It’s opening day for Major League Baseball and the commissioner hopes for full stadiums by midseason

    Capacity will be limited to about 12% at the season’s start in Boston and Washington. Twelve teams are at 20%, Colorado at about 43% and Houston at 50%. The only team higher is Texas, at 100%.

    Getty Images Renewed as Official Photographic Business Partner of Major League Baseball

    NEW YORK, March 31, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Getty Images, a world leader in visual communications, today announced a renewed partnership with Major League Baseball that sees Getty Images continue as an Official Photographic Business Partner of MLB. As an Official Photographic Business...

    California To Reopen Disneyland, Major League Baseball Stadiums And Other Outdoor Venues

    State residents will be able to visit California's theme parks and outdoor sports and concert venues starting April 1.
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    Major League Baseball Blogs

    Gardenhire fine without contract extension for now

    SAN DIEGO — One of the first questions Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire fielded at his Winter Meetings media session was how long it took him after the season to decompress.“Who said I’m decompressed,” Gardenhire said with a smile. “Still working on it.”A 114-loss season requires some recovery time. It…

    Fulmer on track for midseason return

    The Tigers are hoping to have top prospects Casey Mize and Matt Manning in position to knock on Detroit’s door for big-league debuts late next season. They could also have Michael Fulmer to add back into the mix by then.Fulmer remains on track for what a midseason return as he rehabs back from Tommy…

    Avila not looking to trade

    Avila not looking to trade Boyd, but will listenSAN DIEGO — Matthew Boyd threw fastballs or sliders on 86 percent of his pitches this past season. His offseason has the potential for a lot of curveballs and changeups.When Tigers general manager Al Avila talks about building up Detroit’s roster and n…

    Explaining my 2019 AL Cy Young award ballot

    Yes, I was one of the 13 writers who voted Gerrit Cole first for the American League Cy Young award. No, it wasn’t the conspiracy theory you might be thinking.Considering what happened between Justin Verlander and another Tigers beat writer in Houston back in August, I knew my vote had the risk of b…

    Explaining my AL MVP ballot

    The first time I voted for a BBWAA award was American League MVP back in 2016. It broke down to a choice between Mike Trout and Mookie Betts, and a philosophical decision on what constitutes an MVP, how to value different facets of a player’s game, and whether a team’s standing has any impact. I ago…

    Norris working out of bullpen in Japan

    While most of Detroit slept Saturday morning, Daniel Norris was getting bullpen work for the MLB All-Stars in their ongoing tour of Japan. The Tigers left-hander pitched in relief for the second time in three games of the series, delivering 1 1/3 innings in MLB’s 12–6 loss Saturday at Tokyo Dome.Tho…
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    Major League Baseball Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Major League Baseball founded?

      Major League Baseball was founded in 1903.

    • Who are Major League Baseball key executives?

      Major League Baseball's key executives are Jason Gaedtke, Dan Foster and Matt McKendry.

    • How many employees does Major League Baseball have?

      Major League Baseball has 24,055 employees.

    • Who are Major League Baseball competitors?

      Competitors of Major League Baseball include Bounce, JABII Group and Allied Esports Entertainment.

    • Where is Major League Baseball headquarters?

      Major League Baseball headquarters is located at 75 9th Ave, New York.

    • Where are Major League Baseball offices?

      Major League Baseball has an office in New York.

    • How many offices does Major League Baseball have?

      Major League Baseball has 2 offices.