Teams will be able to see performance stats, check videos from past seasons, and analyze player data.
David Sternberg, Claygate Advisors, shares perspective on the battle for sports rights amid the rising cost of content.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the cable dispute between CNBC's parent company Comcast and the YES Network which airs New York Yankee games.
Leading tennis player, Novak Djokovic has come out saying he’s for equality in the sport, after a fierce debate over equal pay was sparked this week.
Raymond Moore has stepped down as CEO and tournament director of the BNP Paribas Open following controversial comments he made about women's tennis.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera speaks with Tampa Bay Rays owner Stuart Sternberg, in Cuba, about a return to Cuba.
Golden State Warriors President Rick Welts says this will lay the foundation for the team's success for 30 years.
Yankee slugger Mark Teixiera talks about the upcoming season and the state of Major League Baseball.
Yankee slugger Mark Teixiera shares his thoughts on investing.
One family found the collectibles, worth more than $1-million, in a crumpled paper bag.
Donald Trump might be strengthening his grip on the GOP, but it's not going all his own way across the Atlantic Ocean.
If you want to see the impact that digital technology is having on traditional media, look no further than sports.
The move could make it harder for fans to get last-minute tickets for below face value.
If the Rams and Chargers move to Los Angeles, other teams in St. Louis and San Diego could see a financial boost.
Major League Baseball Hall of Fame inductees Ken Griffey Jr., and Mike Piazza, join "Squawk on the Street" at the NYSE, to share their experiences.
While oil prices fell to 12-year lows on Thursday, OPIS founder Tom Kloza thinks they could fall even lower.
CNBC pays tribute to the business, sports, entertainment and political icons we'll miss heading into 2016.
CJ Wilson, professional baseball pitcher, Los Angeles Angels, discusses his business ventures, including car dealerships and motorcycle stores.
Pitcher David Price reportedly signed a seven-year, $217 million contract with the Boston Red Sox, but he'll lose almost half of that in taxes.
Money is apparently no object when it involves seeing your favorite team compete in the World Series, one of sports’ biggest events.