MLB Office of the Commissioner Address and Contact Number

MLB Office of the Commissioner Contact Phone Number is : +1 212-931-7800

and Address is 245 Park Avenue, New York, 10167, United States
The Major League Baseball OffICE of the Commissioner is responsible for hiring and maintaining the Sports umpiring crews and negotiating the marketing and labor contracts. The chief executive of the Major League Baseball is the Commissioner of the Baseball and the commissioner is elected by the vote of the Owners of the teams. The Major League Baseball is one of the oldest professional Sports leagues of the United States and is composed of thirty member clubs in the United States and Canada. The offICE of the Major League Baseball was formed in the year 1920 and the first commissioner of the Major League Baseball was Kenesaw Mountain Landis from the year 1920-1944. The contact information like email address, telephone number, website and postal cum official address of MLB Office of the Commissioner is mentioned in below section.

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The address of MLB Office of the Commissioner is 245 Park Avenue, New York, 10167, United States.

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The contact number of MLB Office of the Commissioner is +1 212-931-7800.

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Mr. George RobsonSep 19, 2021
Since you have decided to check every pitcher for substances and they can only use resin on their hands to pitch, hows about we even the playing field. Lets take away batting gloves, pine tar and tape on the bats and let the batters use only resin as well? I think that's only fair.
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Mr. steve a. pedegoJul 04, 2021
Baseball is losing its fan base Do you guys have a clue I have called three times with no response You screwed up the All-Star game I will give you my proposal one more time This is the 80th anniversary of Joe DiMaggios 56 game hitting streak He hit safely in every game from May14th to July 17th It is also the 80th anniversary of Ted Williams hitting over 400 Actually 406 Oh by the way when DiMaggios streak ended he hit safely in the next 16 games He hit safely in 72 of 73 games The stars of baseball did not play again for three years due to the war These two feats kept the war off of peoples minds One other thing Williams was a fighter pilot for three years in World War two and flew in the Korean War He took five prime years in baseball to defend his country DiMaggio did not miss a game for eight years because their could be a kid in the stands who had not seen him Two remarkable human beings Please honor them at the All Star game
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Ms. peter g McKennaApr 26, 2021
dear commisor Why are you ruion baseball 7innings dh, man on2nd base before you start extra inning, dh in baseball startin AL in 1970 all stupid changes inbaseball
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Ms. ELIZABETH B HILTONApr 02, 2021
All my life, I can never remember a time when baseball was not a cherished part of my life. I grew up watching the sport with my father, so baseball holds dear, fond memories for me. In the last few years, the politics of sports has turned me off most of sports, sadly. Baseball was my one professional sport for which I had hope. Your actions of today, besides being weak and pandering, will hurt far more people than any help you offer to the community. We are coming out of a pandemic, yet you feel free to disenfranchise people from the right to earn a living Are you going to allow people to buy beer in the parks without an ID? Why do not we stop requiring people to show ID's to get cigarettes and let kids kill themselves. This is ridiculous. I do not believe you have read the GA bill, and if it is not a good bill, that will be settled in court as suits have been filed. How dare you make a decision. I was watching MLB when this news broke. I turned it off. Not happy NO BB 2021.
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Mr. timApr 02, 2021
just wanted to let you know that what you did in atlanta today is a sign of weakness and dissgusting did not watch that much baseball anyway dam sure wont watch it now sports should stay out of politics because of the kneeling and everything else it sucks
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Mr. Richard ChasteenOct 16, 2020
Wrong decision not to penalize the cheating Houston Astros. Should have taken their title and also suspended players. The decision to penalize the A's, suspending a player, and the Astro's only had a coach suspended, but he was allowed to participate in field activities was another sham. Finally, setting up the playoffs so that the Astro's with a losing record was allowed to make the playoffs is the final sham. So now, the worst team to be allowed to join the playoffs is getting hot at the exact right time, mostly due to chance, and if they make the W/S and some of the best teams in baseball, the Dodgers, Yankee's and Rays do not make the playoffs, you have basically made a sham of the final sports event I thought was honest. The cheatin' Astros are bad for the game. I'm forced to face my son and say, well, sometimes I guess cheaters due prosper because the Commissioner made terrible decisions. If the Astros make the W//S, then this 55 year fan of the game is done. You let the cheaters win.
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Mr. Master Sergeant Robert W WhiteJul 24, 2020
It's very disturbing to many of us that love the game that the Commissioner of MLB would give into pier pressure by engraving BLM on the back of every pitching mound. This country has beaten this issue to a pulp and by placing BLM on a pitching mount tells the world that no other lives matter except Black lives. Those of us that grew up knowing every person no matter what their race, creed or color was they are the same as everyone just as important as another. BLM claim to be a non violent organization, but over the past few months they have recruited radical groups to join them in what should have been peaceful protesting, but in reality turned so violent they have destroyed private property, public building, injured first responders. When will it stop. I'll tell you when, it will stop when people stop giving in to BLM demands.
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Mr. Charles NixJul 24, 2020
I was an avid baseball fan, but if I have to choose either professional sports or my flag then my flag will win out every time. You see, I am a retired Army Master Sergeant and I served two tours in Vietnam. Many of my friends returned from there with that American flag draped over their coffin. Those friends were both black and white. I'll be damned if I will support you spoiled millionaires by disrespecting them now. You may need those players to play the game, but you also need fans. You have at least one less today'


Thank you,

Charles K. Nix
Master Sergeant, US Army Retired.
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Mr. Dean GardnerJul 24, 2020
Looked forward to the start of MLB season until I witnesses the total shame of all players and coaches knelling for our national anthem. This is disgusting and has driven a lifelong fan off the field.
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Mr. Rick ClarkJul 24, 2020
I know that the Commissioner of MLB has decided to appease an organization with a main goal of bringing down our Republic and installing Communism. We will be boycotting MLB until sanity returns to the Office of the Commissioner.
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Mr. Michael J SteeleMay 19, 2020
I hear that the 2020 MLB Amateur Draft will only be five rounds in length. I feel this will hurt the teams that did poorly last year. They usually get an entire draft to try to rejuvenate both their Major League team and their minor league system. I would have liked this years draft to be at minimum ten rounds and preferably 15 rounds. If not I hope the top ten picking teams (weakest) are somehow compensated in next years draft. There are only a few good Free Agents each off season so for them to improve through Free Agency is difficult. Home grown talent is the best way this years top picking teams are not going to have the benefit of the entire draft. In fact, only five rounds. Hoping there is some sort of compensation for these teams. Thank you for putting an excellent sport before us all and I am believing the Commissioner's Office will do the best for all concerned. Thank you Michael J Steele .
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Mr. Dee JonMay 06, 2020
If MLB adopts the three-division plan for the 2020 season, it should be tweaked to retain the real divisions. That means Atlanta in the East and Pittsburgh in the Central. The teams in each AL division should play each other 20 times, and play each member of the corresponding NL division six times, for 110 games in total. In other words the Yankees play the Blue Jays, Red Sox, Orioles, and Rays 20 times apiece for a total of 80 games. They would also play the Mets, Phillies, Nationals, Braves, and Marlins six times apiece for a total of 30 games. The other divisions would follow the same formula. This is better than the current proposal. If the start of the season gets pushed back further, knock off four in-division games as needed, going down to 19 or 18 or however many games can be played against each division opponent. Getting rid of the American League and National League should not happen unless the Desert League and Citrus League idea is adopted.
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Mr. Graham W.D. CullApr 17, 2020
As with any other business, I see plusses and minuses. I believe the Astros incident was handled well, considering the circumstances. One suggestion I hope will be considered is to start a third Spring Training league, preferably in the Austin/San Antonio area of Texas. It would open up Spring Training to many Midwestern fans and expand MLB's influence. Historically, Spring Training was in Texas until 1941. The weather is similar to Florida, except a few degrees cooler in mid-February. I have heard of possible MLB expansion, so then would be the ideal time to implement this idea. It would prove to be a win-win situation for MLB and baseball fans. Please give me your feedback on this idea.
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Mr. Richard A. GoingsApr 02, 2020
Commissioner; I think we are all still at a "Stand-By" for if the 2020 season will be played? I've been thinking about the so called "Shortened Season". I think it would make ALOT of SENSE, to eliminate the "Interleague" games. Just a thought.
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Mr. Anthony GocheeFeb 20, 2020
After being a Fan of the game since I was eight, It is sad to see the state of the game, I once thought the PEDS scandal was the worst the game would face for years to come but, The Cheating scandal of The Astros and maybe the Red Sox is far greater. One would wonder what it would take for the present Commissioner give a just ruling to something less of an infraction. THE SCANDAL OF 2017 AND 2018 WILL GO DOWN IN HISTROY OF THE GAMES AS
WORSE THEN THE BLACK SOX SCANDAL. As a fan that was lucky enough to see some great Players play the game that never cheated in any way, They played the Game hard and true. Sad that these players have to put in same category as these cheaters, One wonders how Hank, Babe, Mickey, Roger, Ted, Casey, Bart Giammatti, Bowie Kuhn feel Knowing that the Commissioner is worried about the state of the game Ruling that the cheaters get away with it and the owners face a token fine, Something they made the first week after winning By CHEATING.
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Mr. Marc MeroFeb 19, 2020
You ban Pete Rose for nothing and you let the Astros cheat the world. You should be fired.
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Mr. Marc MeroFeb 19, 2020
If you are going to let the Astros get away with the biggest cheating scandal in Baseball history then do not you think Pete Rose should be let off the hook? Enough is enough. What Pete did was NOTHING compared to the Astros. Don't let him die in disgrace. PLEASE.
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Mr. BILL NAASZFeb 18, 2020
The Commissioner should find another job as he clearly does not
understand the game or the fan base. He's too weak for the job
as he let the bank robbers (players) off scott free. They benefited
the most and do not have to pay any penalty other than a little shame. The World Series Title also should have been revoked. The trophy is not just another piece of metal (what a foolish thing to say) as it represents what every team and every fan hopes to achieve. Your handling of this terrible cheating episode and the injustice your causing to the great game of baseball is atrocious. Makes me very angry.
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Mr. Scott BensonFeb 18, 2020
MLB has lost a decades long fan. Cheating players were banned for life after the 1919 world series. You idiots, led by Manfred, are letting them off and allowing the Astros to retain the WS title. Screw baseball and the MLB #boycottMLB.
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Mr. Jeffrey GreenawaltFeb 17, 2020
Commissioner,
Concerning the Astros cheating and the 2017 World Series Title. You have failed major league baseball. Heck, you have failed all of baseball to the T-ball leagues. You have failed the other teams and all their players, coaches and staffs. You have failed the fans. The Astros cheated and should be stripped of the World Series Title. By failing to strip them of it, you have rewarded cheating.
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Mr. Max WellesFeb 16, 2020
Commissioner Manfred,

I just saw your interview with Karl Ravetch. You said your office was going to help the Astros get past this scandal. What about all of the other teams? What about all of the other fans?

What about the integrity of the game? You defended the punishment of the Astros. You knew that General Manager Luhnow had a bigger role and you covered it up. You continue to kiss up to owner Jim Crane after his "so called" apology further disgraced the integrity of the game. You continue to absolve the Astro players involved even in the face of their tepid and
ridiculous and laughable responses. You are a disgrace and a failure. You are THE PROBLEM with your excuses. You are no Bart Giamatti You are no Keneshaw Mountain Landis

As long as you remain in the Commissioner's office baseball will suffer the indignity of
supporting cheaters and cheating. You should resign immediately The 2017 WS should be vacated. Big asterisk.
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Mr. BobFeb 18, 2020
Really, you want to invoke landis, the man that single handedly blocked the integration of baseball.
Learn your history!!!.
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Mr. RobertFeb 18, 2020
If the championship is vacated, then someone owes refunds to all the astros fans that innocently spent millions of dollars on what would become worthless world series memorabilia. I know i spent hundreds of dollars on blue rays, pennants, etc.
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Mr. Robert EvansFeb 15, 2020
If the commissioner does anything else to change the game as it is played now he needs to be removed from and banned from baseball for life.
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Mr. Mark LukerFeb 14, 2020
Not one player is punished for admitting that they cheated? Astros and Red Sox, you are ruining baseball by letting this go by unpunished. The players admit to cheating and nothing? I have purchased the mlb package each of the last six years, but no more. Wake up, you are losing more and more fans every year. I'm sure with your salary you do not care much for the integrity of the game, but the fans do. Good-bye Baseball. Mark Luker markandgayle@att. Net.
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Mr. Roger DurocherFeb 03, 2020
In June 2010, Tigers' pitcher Armando Galarraga pitched a perfect game, but was robbed of this by first base umpire calling the runner safe when he was out by almost two steps. Galarraga got the next batter out and became the only pitcher to ever pitch a 28 out perfect game. He was never given credit for his perfect game. In today's game, this error would have been immediately corrected. He still has not received credit for this perfect game. It would be very easy for the commissioner to correct this by giving an out to the 27th batter and taking away an out to the 28th batter. A perfect game is the rarest thing in baseball and it is long overdue for this error to be corrected.
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Mr. John DensmoreJan 23, 2020
Commissioner,
I’m a lifelong MLB fan growing up listening to Vin Scully and following the Dodgers. The cheating scandal has not been handled very well. The top guys need to go which was done, the Astros need to have the the World Series taken away from them (the real cheaters). The Dodgers did not win the series so should not be awarded the title, the title should be left blank with a big asterisk denoting the cheating Astros. The players are all guilty and should all share in the penalty’s. Recall all of their rings and trophies etc. You can not give them any prizes for Cheating.
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Ms. Ellen WilsonJan 18, 2020
As a lifelong baseball fan I firmly believe the Sox and the Astros must be completely investigated and all parties involved must be punished in a serious way. If the Black Sox and Pete Rose deserved their punishments, so do these teams and players. Cheating hurts me, personally, as a 50-year fan of the game (I'm 56). I mean that sincerely. I feel sick and pained by this scandal, and I do not think it's finished yet. The fans and the game have suffered a real injury.
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