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MTBConnect 1:1 OFFICE HOURSREAL CONVERSATIONS More Than Baseball athletes will have access to a number of different professionals who are experts in their field. We are ready and able to speak with minor leaguers directly about our programs; Financial Guidance,...

Unpaid minor league baseball players struggle to make ends meet during shutdown

The message went out just past midnight as Sunday turned into Monday: If any employers around the country had temporary jobs for minor league players, please let me know. Emily Waldon hoped she could help. She works two jobs, one writing for the Athletic about...

Jimmy Kerrigan, Minnesota Twins

Jimmy Kerrigan, Minnesota Twins My journey in baseball has been interesting to say the least. I have been playing this game since i was 5 years old. My sister (who is two years older than me) was playing tee-ball at the local little league (Deleware Valley Little...

Joey Votto on round numbers and his approach to hitting

AUGUST 19: Joey Votto #19 of the Cincinnati Reds celebrates after hitting a three-run home run during the fourth inning against the Miami Marlins at Great American Ball Park on August 19, 2021 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images) By Jayson Stark...

How Minor-League Baseball Players Side Hustled Through the Pandemic

Being an athlete may be a dream, but it’s also a job—here’s how these ballplayers made it through when their game shut down

Yankees stars’ cleats for Field of Dreams Game are amazing

Yankees reliever Zack Britton’s Field of Dreams cleats are fire. Designed in order to raise money for minor-league players, as well as awareness of their financial plight.

Player Intake Form

Welcome to the More Than Baseball Player Intake Form. This will help us understand how we can help you. Please answer all questions as honestly as possible, and make sure you select each program you might be interested in. Once you've completed this form, you'll be...

MLB overhauled the minors this season. Some advocates say it hasn’t been enough.

Multiple executives and MLB officials said those in the industry are beginning to view providing minor leaguers with housing, adequate meal money and other basic needs as competitive advantages, a potential edge in player development. More Than Baseball takes a different approach to helping minor leaguers, focusing less on publicly highlighting the problem and more on trying to work within the system.

Dodgers’ Tony Gonsolin brings Cats and Cleats to the World Series

Gonsolin’s profile figures to grow beyond the four-word description repeatedly aired on national television during the postseason: “part man, part cat.” No starting pitcher got more votes in the National League rookie of the year balloting last season. But if cats are his calling card for now, he wants to play that card to help minor leaguers.

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