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Don't look now, but the Pirates are on a nine-game win streak after sweeping Cincinnati. Should Pittsburgh be buyers at the trade deadline?
Mets assistant general manager John Ricco said Yoenis Cespedes' recent revelation about his heels was the first time surgery had ever been brought up as a consideration.
The Mets' outfielder might be back from the disabled list for the moment, but he could be back on the shelf and out for a long time to come.
Daniel Poncedeleon, the 26-year-old right-hander whose life and career were put in jeopardy last May after he took a line drive to the temple, will be called up to start for the Cardinals on Monday.
Mets starter Noah Syndergaard is going on the 10-day disabled list after recently exhibiting symptoms of hand, foot and mouth disease, a viral illness that normally affects children under 5 years of age.
Jose Quintana pitched seven effective innings, keeping Matt Carpenter in the ballpark and helping the Chicago Cubs beat the St. Louis Cardinals 7-2 on Sunday.
James Paxton will return from the disabled list to start for the Mariners on Tuesday, manager Scott Servais announced Sunday.
Veteran right-hander Ervin Santana will make his season debut on Wednesday, manager Paul Molitor announced Sunday.
It has been 21 years since Seattle set the all-time team HR mark of 264. This year's Yanks? They're on pace for 274. Let the countdown begin.
Keeping hundreds of players on message might be tough as the players' association tries to bring back the big free-agency paydays of the past.
When MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said Mike Trout is not "actively engaged," social media responded by showing him otherwise.
From the Home Run Derby to the red carpet, the Nats closer gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the All-Star atmosphere of his home park.
At the Midsummer Classic, we asked MLB's brightest stars what has them jazzed about the sport and its future -- and what they'd change.
The trade market for starting pitching is thin, but a few good outings could convince contenders to come calling.
The least compelling is an easy call -- sorry, AL Central fans -- but other divisions will have you rushing to check the standings well into the fall.
Why regression is the one word every baseball fan -- and front-office member -- should know this time of year. Plus, weighing in on hot-button issues and the dangerous Dodgers lineup.
With the Cubs' history of making moves, the acquisition of Chavez could be the smallest deal they seal this season as the July 31 trade deadline approaches.
As the second half begins, we examine what history tells us about division leaders' chances of holding on down the stretch.
With a move to Hollywood in the Dodgers' latest deadline splash, rental extraordinaire Manny Machado's stay in L.A. is likely to last deep into October.
Now that Manny Machado has gone to Hollywood, what will baseball's top contenders do?
Is your favorite team down for the count? Probably. But there's still something for it to accomplish coming out of the All-Star break.
By now, you've probably seen The Freeze race fans at Braves home games. But every superhero has an origin story that must be told, and this is how The Freeze became a viral phenomenon.
The Nationals have underachieved and their star slugger could leave at the end of the year. So is there any chance they could follow the Orioles' lead by moving their pending free agent?
The Yankees, Red Sox and Astros reached the break looking like 100-plus-win powerhouses, but even among the best, not all are equal.
Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Josh Hader is far from the first person to face consequences for missteps on social media.