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Hurricane Maria was a death knell for a 70-year-old stadium in Caguas, Puerto Rico, that saw more than a dozen MLB Hall of Famers play.
On a solemn anniversary for her native Puerto Rico, ESPN's Marly Rivera recalls the aftermath of the deadly storm.
The 24-year-old righty is pitching so well after Tommy John surgery, L.A. no longer needs to treat him with kid gloves.
Yasiel Puig's pinch-hit home run in the seventh inning against the Rockies ignited the Dodgers to victory. It was Puig's sixth homer in his past 18 at-bats. "We're going to win the West," Puig declared, "and go to the playoffs."
It's looking like this season could have the fewest .300 hitters since 1969. Is this a one-year thing or a sign of the times?
Jason Kipnis made his 1,000th career hit count Wednesday night, as it came on a walk-off grand slam with one out in the ninth inning to lift the Cleveland Indians to a 4-1 win over the Chicago White Sox.
How Joe Maddon utilizes his relievers without a clear-cut closer figures to play a big role in how far Chicago goes in the playoffs.
They're rich. They're smart. They still might miss the playoffs. Here's why the Los Angeles Dodgers should be dominating the National League -- but aren't.
Rockies slugger Trevor Story is receiving treatment for right elbow inflammation in Arizona, and the team remains encouraged that he will return soon.
Cleveland Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer will start against the Boston Red Sox on Friday when he comes off the disabled list, manager Terry Francona said Wednesday. Francona hopes Bauer will be able to join the team's playoff rotation.
New York Mets manager Mickey Callaway said Wednesday that Zack Wheeler is being shut down for precautionary reasons and won't make his final two starts this season. Wheeler has gone 12-7 with a 3.31 ERA in 29 starts.
Even when your playoff odds drop to absolute zero, there's still a chance to do something absolutely special on the diamond.
The Red Sox have not clinched this year's AL East, but a banner marking the accomplishment has already been accidentally unveiled.
Bullpen woes could handicap both contenders heading into October. Can they take a page from past pennant winners with similar setbacks?
A quartet of young stars is helping the Red Sox romp through the record books under their rookie skipper. Next up: October.
We spent two weeks with Oakland's latest band of fun-loving misfits to discover how the A's are once again defying the odds and streaking toward October.
Pickle juice? Superglue? Peeing on their digits? This is the gripping tale of how far pitchers go to get an upper hand.
While the Rockies, Dodgers and Cardinals battle for two playoff spots, we have a new team at the top of the heap.