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2022 Major League Baseball season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2022 MLB season
LeagueMajor League Baseball
DurationApril 7 – October 5, 2022[1]
Number of games162
Number of teams30
TV partner(s)Fox/FS1
MLB Network
Apple TV+
Top draft pickTBD
Picked byBaltimore Orioles
Regular season
World Series
 MLB seasons
2023 →

The 2022 Major League Baseball season began on April 7 with the regular season scheduled to end on October 5.

The start of the season was delayed by a lockout of players, which commenced on December 2, 2021, following the expiration of the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) between the league and the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA).[2] On March 10, 2022, MLB and the MLBPA reached a deal on a five-year CBA, with Opening Day scheduled for April 7 (delayed from its originally-planned March 31), and a full 162-game schedule. Under the new CBA, there will be a universal designated hitter, and the postseason will also be expanded to 12 teams. In November 2021, the Cleveland Indians announced their new team name, the Cleveland Guardians.[3] The 2022 MLB All-Star Game is scheduled to be hosted by the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.[4]


On December 2, 2021, MLB owners voted unanimously to enact a lockout upon the expiration of the 2016 collective bargaining agreement between the league and the players' union. Issues raised between the league and union involved compensation for young players, as well as limitations on tanking to receive higher selections in the MLB draft.

The 2021–22 lockout was the first MLB work stoppage since the 1994–95 strike. It instituted a transaction freeze, including the postponement of the major league portion of the Rule 5 draft. It would be the first year since 1920 to not have a major league phase of the Rule 5 draft, though the minor league phase will still go ahead as scheduled.[5]

On March 10, 2022, almost 100 days after the beginning of the lockout, MLB and the MLBPA reached a deal on a new, five-year CBA.[6] Players began reporting to training camps on March 11, spring training began on March 17, and Opening Day on April 7.[6] The league plans to play a full, 162-game season, and games displaced by the delayed start have been rescheduled.[7][6]

Changes in the new CBA include a pre-arbitration bonus pool for eligible young players, increased minimum salaries (increasing from $700,000 to $780,000 over the length of the deal), a draft lottery to determine the top six selections in the draft, the establishment of an international draft, and the establishment of a Joint Competition Committee that, in 2023, will oversee the adoption of future rule changes (including base sizes and pitch clocks among others). The National League will adopt the designated hitter on a permanent basis, after having previously used it on a temporary basis during the shortened 2020 season, while the postseason will be expanded to 12 teams.[6][8]


Major League Baseball released their 2022 regular season schedule on August 4, 2021. As has been the case since 2013, all teams play their four division opponents 19 times each for a total of 76 games, play six or seven games against each of the other ten same-league opponents for a total of 66 games, and 20 interleague games. Interleague play will feature AL East vs. NL Central, AL Central vs. NL West, and AL West vs. NL East.[9][10]

The MLB at Field of Dreams game is planned to return for a second year, featuring the Chicago Cubs and the Cincinnati Reds at the purpose built ballpark in Dyersville, Iowa, on August 11.[11]

The annual MLB Little League Classic is scheduled to feature the Boston Red Sox and the Baltimore Orioles at Bowman Field in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, on August 21.[12]

Rule changes

On March 10, Major League Baseball announced the following rule changes for the 2022 season:[13]

  • The temporary rule for the 2020 and 2021 seasons that had doubleheaders played as seven-inning games was repealed.
  • The National League adopted the designated hitter full-time. The NL previously adopted the rule temporarily in 2020 before reverting for the 2021 season.
  • Tie-breaker games at the end of the season have been eliminated and replaced with statistical tiebreakers.
  • The playoff system has been changed:
    • Twelve teams will qualify for the postseason, with the division winners seeded 1 through 3, and three wild cards seeded 4 through 6 in their respective leagues.
    • The top two seeds in each league will receive a bye into the Division Series.
    • The lowest-seeded division winner and three wild card teams, each seeded according to regular season record, will play a best-of-three Wild Card round, with the higher seed hosting all three games. The 3 seed will play the 6 seed, and the 4 seed will play the 5 seed.
    • There is no re-seeding of the bracket. The 1 seed will play the winner of the 4 versus 5 seed series, and the 2 seed will play the winner of the 3 versus 6 seed series in the divisional round.

On March 22, MLB introduced an extra set of temporary rules for 2022:[14]

  • If a team voluntarily waives the designated hitter spot so that its starting pitcher can be in the batting order, that pitcher can remain in the game as a designated hitter after being replaced by a relief pitcher. This was colloquially called the "Ohtani rule" after rare two-way player Shohei Ohtani.
  • The rule establishing an automatic runner[15] on second base to start each extra inning in regular season games, previously repealed on March 10, was reinstated.
  • Rosters were expanded from 26 players to 28 players until May 2, due to the shortened spring training.[16]

On April 26, the league announced that limiting rosters to 13 pitchers had been delayed until May 30, allowing teams to carry up to 14 pitchers until then.[16]


Managerial changes

General managers


Team Former GM Reason For Leaving New GM Notes
Chicago Cubs Jed Hoyer Promoted Carter Hawkins On October 18, 2021, the team announced that Hawkins would be new general manager, filing the spot that has been vacant for nearly a year. He was a long-time part of the Cleveland Indians front office for the last 14 years.[17]
New York Mets Zack Scott Mutual agreement Billy Eppler On November 1, 2021, after a year as acting GM of the team, Scott agreed to resign because of his arrest for DUI.[18] On November 18, former Los Angeles Angels GM Billy Eppler was named GM of the team, signing a four-year deal.[19]

Field managers


Team Former Manager Reason For Leaving New Manager Notes
New York Mets Luis Rojas Option not picked up Buck Showalter On October 4, 2021, the team announced that they would not pick up Luis Rojas’ option for the 2022 season. Rojas went 103–119 (.464) in his two seasons with the team.[20]

On December 18, Showalter was hired as their new manager. In 20 seasons as the manager of the New York Yankees (1992–1995), Arizona Diamondbacks (1998–2000), Texas Rangers (2003–2006), and Baltimore Orioles (2010–2018), Showalter compiled a 1551–1517 (.506) record, with two division titles, five playoff appearances with a playoff record of 9–14 (.391), only advancing past the division series once in 2014.[21]

Oakland Athletics Bob Melvin Mutual agreement Mark Kotsay Melvin was granted permission by the Athletics to become the Padres' manager on October 28, 2021. In eleven seasons with Oakland, Melvin was 853–764 (.528), reaching the playoffs six times, including three AL West titles, and a playoff record of 7–13 (.350), never advancing past the ALDS.[22]

Kotsay, the Athletic's third base coach since 2016, was named the manager of the team on December 20.[23] This will be his first manager position.

San Diego Padres Jayce Tingler Fired Bob Melvin On October 6, 2021, the team announced that they have dismissed Tingler with one year remaining in his contract. Tingler was hired in 2020 and led the Padres to a postseason appearance during the pandemic shortened season. He finished his tenure going 116–106 (.523) in his two seasons with the team.[24]

Melvin was hired on November 1. He was previously the manager of the Seattle Mariners (2003–2004), Arizona Diamondbacks (2005–2009), and the Oakland Athletics (2011–2021), with a combined record of 1346–1272 (.514), with seven playoff appearances, a playoff record of 10–17 (.370), never advancing past the League Championship Series.[22]

St. Louis Cardinals Mike Shildt Fired Oliver Marmol On October 14, 2021, Shildt was fired as manager of the Cardinals due to "philosophical differences" according to team president John Mozeliak. With a record of 252–199 (.559) in his three-plus seasons, Shildt led the Cardinals to the playoffs in his three full seasons and finished with a 4–9 (.308) post-season record. He was voted National League Manager of the Year after the 2019 season.[25]

On October 25, former bench coach Oliver Marmol was named the new manager. With the hiring, Marmol becomes the youngest manager currently in the Major Leagues.[26]

League leaders

(Updated through May 15)

American League

National League



  • Steven Kwan (CLE):
    • Reached base 18 times in his first five career games, the most by any player since at least 1901.[28]
  • Josh Naylor (CLE):
    • Became the first player in Major League history to hit two three-run home runs or grand slams in the ninth inning or later of the same game on May 9. He also became the first player to have at least eight RBI in the eighth inning or later since RBI became an official statistic in 1920.[33]


  • Hunter Greene / Art Warren (CIN):
    • Combined to throw an eight-inning no-hitter on May 15 in the loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates 1–0. Because they did not pitch nine innings, it is not counted as a no-hitter by the Elias Sports Bureau, the official statistician of Major League Baseball.[36]


  • Reid Detmers (LAA):
    • Detmers threw his first career no-hitter, and the 12th no-hitter in franchise history, by defeating the Tampa Bay Rays 12–0 on May 10. He struck out two, throwing 68 strikes on 108 pitches. His only two baserunners came via a walk in the sixth inning and a fielding error in the seventh. Making his 11th career start, Detmers became the 25th rookie and youngest Angels pitcher in history to throw a no-hitter.[38]


  • Tampa Bay Rays:
    • Became the first team in Major League history to lose a no-hitter in extra innings and win in a walk-off on April 23. The Rays had a combined no-hitter broken up in the top of the 10th by the Boston Red Sox, and won the game in the bottom of the inning.[42]

Awards and honors

Monthly awards


Wholesale changes

  • The renamed Cleveland Guardians use a new "Guardians" wordmark logo, a "diamond C" logo on the caps, and an alternate "winged G" logo on the right sleeve of the home uniforms. The players' names and numbers are also printed in a new font that the team states "represents the unique characteristics of Cleveland with angular letters and numbers that mimic the architecture" of the Hope Memorial Bridge and its Guardians of Traffic statues. Other than that, the red, white and blue color schemes on the regular home and road uniforms, the red alternate home uniform, and the blue alternate road uniform basically remain unchanged.[44]
  • The Royals have made some stylistic changes, including using "Kansas City" in block letters on the road uniforms.[45]
  • The Rays modified their Columbia blue alternate uniform, replacing the wordmark with the alternate sunburst logo.
  • All teams wore modified uniforms on April 15, Jackie Robinson Day. The back of each uniform has Robinson's no. 42 rendered in a bold Dodger blue font. Patches on the left sleeve contain the no. 42 rendered in the team's regular number font.

City Connect uniforms

Major League Baseball and Nike announced that an additional seven teams will take part in the "City Connect" program. These teams will join the Arizona Diamondbacks, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers, Miami Marlins, and the San Francisco Giants who unveiled last season's uniforms.[46]

  • The Nationals' "City Connect" uniform featured an anthracite base, pink accents and printed cherry blossoms in honor of the annual National Cherry Blossom Festival.[47]
  • The Astros' "City Connect" uniform featured an navy base, tequila sunset accents (suggestive of its 70s and 80s rainbow uniforms), "Space City" stenciled in the NASA 'worm' font on the front, and a hat with a planet revolving around a futuristic version of the "H-star" logo, in honor of Houston being home to the Johnson Space Center.[48]
  • The Royals' "City Connect" uniform featured a navy base and powder blue accents, and a stylized "KC" insignia in homage to Kansas City's "City of Fountains" nickname.[49]

Anniversaries and special events

  • All dates as scheduled and subject to change
Team Special occasion[citation needed]
All teams #42 patch for Jackie Robinson Day (April 15, commemoration of 75th anniversary)[50]
Pink ribbons for breast cancer awareness (May 8, Mother's Day)
Patch for Armed Forces Day (May 15)
Poppy for Memorial Day (May 30)
"4-ALS" patch for Lou Gehrig Day (June 2)
"Play Ball" patch in partnership with USA Baseball and USA Softball (June 4–6)
Blue ribbons for prostate cancer (June 19, Father's Day)
Gold ribbons for childhood cancer (August 26)
Atlanta Braves 2021 World Series championship (April 9)
Baltimore Orioles 30th anniversary of Oriole Park at Camden Yards[51]
Boston Red Sox 15th anniversary of 2007 World Series championship
#2 patch in memory of Jerry Remy[52]
Detroit Tigers "KB" patch in memory of first base coach Kimera Bartee[53]
Houston Astros 60th anniversary season[54]
Kansas City Royals Signature in memory of long-time scout Art Stewart[55]
Los Angeles Angels 20th anniversary of 2002 World Series championship
Los Angeles Dodgers 2022 All-Star Game, 60th Anniversary at Dodger Stadium
Miami Marlins 25th anniversary of 1997 World Series championship
Minnesota Twins 35th anniversary of 1987 World Series championship
New York Mets 60th anniversary season; Tom Seaver statue dedication (April 15)[56]
New York Yankees 45th anniversary of 1977 World Series championship
Oakland Athletics 50th anniversary of 1972 World Series championship
"RAY" patch in memory of Ray Fosse (white jersey only)[57]
San Francisco Giants 10th anniversary of 2012 World Series championship
St. Louis Cardinals 40th anniversary of 1982 World Series championship
Texas Rangers 50th anniversary season[58]
Toronto Blue Jays 30th anniversary of 1992 World Series championship

Broadcasting Rights



This is the first year of the new seven year deals with ESPN, Fox Sports, Turner Sports, Apple, NBC Sports/Peacock, and MLB Network.

Fox Sports renewed its television rights for regular season games for both the main Fox broadcast network and FS1. For the first time since 2013, Fox will air at least two or three games each Saturday evening beginning May 28 (except two weeks in September which will air on Thursday nights due to college football), as Fox’s new contract will ensure more games air on the Fox network. Fox will broadcast the 2022 MLB All-Star Game and the 2022 MLB at Field of Dreams game.[59]

The ESPN networks will see a decrease in its games from prior years. ESPN will continue to air the national opening night game, this year airing on ESPN2 due to ESPN covering the Masters on the main network, and 25 exclusive Sunday Night Baseball telecasts as well as the Home Run Derby and other select telecasts. Under the new deals, ESPN will no longer televise weekly telecasts on Monday or Wednesday nights.[60] ABC will also carry select games this season. ESPN+ will also air daily games which will simulcast regional sports network broadcasts, unlike ESPN’s NHL package, with blackout restrictions applicable.[61]

TBS will see an increase in its games and switch from airing Sunday afternoon games to Tuesday night games.[62]

MLB Network will continue to show their usual slate of games under their Showcase package.

Apple TV+ is the first non-television platform to air exclusive MLB games on a regular basis. Games will air on Friday nights and are available in the United States, Canada, Australia, Brazil, Japan, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South Korea, and the United Kingdom. For the first 12 weeks of the season games will be free, following that time fans must pay for Apple TV+ to watch the games. Apple TV+ also offers "MLB Big Inning," a live show featuring highlights and look-ins airing every weeknight during the regular season.[63]

After airing a three-game weekend series between the Phillies and Giants last season, the streaming service Peacock signed a regular deal for a new Sunday morning package. The first game under the new 18-game package will also be simulcast on NBC, who will air their first game since the 2000 ALCS. The rest of the package will air exclusively on Peacock’s premium service.

For a fourth straight year, YouTube will air 15 exclusive weekday afternoon games.[64]

Under the new deals, the ESPN networks (including ABC) hold exclusive rights to the new Wild Card rounds created by the expanded playoffs.[65] The rest of the postseason rights remain the same, including the annual league rotation among the networks. The rest of the American League postseason, the ALDS and ALCS, will air on TBS, while the rest of the National League postseason will mostly air on Fox and FS1, which include the NLDS (most games) and NLCS exclusively, with MLB Network airing two games in the NLDS (one in each of the series). The World Series will be carried by Fox for the 23rd straight year.[59][60][62]

With the move of Joe Buck to ESPN and Monday Night Football (and any role he holds involving ESPN's baseball coverage is to be determined), Fox Sports has named Joe Davis as his replacement;[66] Buck had called World Series games since Fox's first in 1996, and exclusively since the 2000 Series.





  • On September 28, 2021, Dodgers Radio announcer Jaime Jarrín announced he plans to retire after the 2022 season, his 64th as part of Dodgers Spanish Radio Broadcast team. Jarrín, who turned 86 in December, will only work Dodgers home games in 2022.[68]
  • On March 31, 2022, the New York Mets and Audacy announced that the team's games would be openly streamed on WCBS's Audacy app stream and the Mets website throughout the Mets' territory to make up for shortfalls in the team's radio network, which since 2020 has only consisted of WCBS and WPSL in Ft. Pierce, Florida, where its spring training site is based. Audacy will also produce a Spanish-language broadcast for WEPN, which will also be available through the Audacy app.[69]


The following players retired during the 2022 season and before the start of the 2023 campaign:

Retired numbers

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