The former Yankees outfielder claims in the lawsuit that the Chicago White Sox and Illinois Sports Facilities Authority were "negligent in not securing the unpadded electrical box he collided with along the [Guaranteed Rate Field] right field line."
We asked our writers who they would send to Cooperstown if given unilateral power. Here are their answers.
Los Angeles second basemen were terrible in 2017. So Billy Eppler went out and got a four-time All-Star.
The Cardinals wanted to trade Stephen Piscotty to a Bay Area team to be closer to his mother, who was diagnosed with ALS this year.
The team projected to be the worst in baseball is interested in trading for Manny Machado, who's only under contract for one season?
The Marlins have already traded two star outfielders. Now they might look to deal a third.
Yet another Marlin is on the move.
Shohei Ohtani may be able to avoid Tommy John Surgery and pitch through his first-degree UCL sprain.
The team distanced itself from the former player-turned NBC Sports California analyst.
Could Machado wind up playing shortstop for the Cardinals? Third base for the Yankees?
Scott has had four concussions in the past five years.
Did Jeter have a good excuse for failing to show up and do his job? Nope, just football tickets.
Now the Giancarlo Stanton is gone, Derek Jeter can focus on dealing away another star.
Giancarlo Stanton is officially a New York Yankee (hang on, I need to wipe the vomit off of...
The knuckleballer was expected to compete for the No. 5 spot in Boston's starting rotation in 2018.
Other teams have to be annoyed at this turn of events.
What a fortunate series of events for Brian Cashman.
The Dodgers are also still in talks for Stanton.
This is great news for anyone who wants to see Mike Trout in the playoffs, bad news for the Seattle Mariners.
Shohei Ohtani's free agent journey is ending in Anaheim.
Like Carmelo Anthony and Paul George before him, Giancarlo Stanton is plenty willing to force his team's hand.