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A couple of wins over the hapless Orioles can't mask a season-long problem for Washington: The bats simply haven't been good enough.
Injuries to Brandon Morrow and Carl Edwards Jr., plus a tough stretch of games, will put fill-in relievers such as Randy Rosario to the test.
Ichiro Suzuki, now a team executive with the Mariners, took in a bit of Thursday's game against the Yankees from the dugout wearing a fake mustache, sunglasses and gray hoodie.
Angels center fielder Mike Trout played in his 1,000th career game Thursday, but he served as the designated hitter again while nursing what he called "a pretty painful" sprained right index finger.
Giants closer Hunter Strickland, who is expected to be out six to eight weeks after breaking the pinkie on his pitching hand when he punched a door after blowing a save, apologized Thursday and said he'd consider anger management counseling.
Shelby Miller, 14 months removed from Tommy John surgery, will return to the Arizona Diamondbacks' rotation Monday against the Miami Marlins.
Marlins pitcher Dan Straily has been suspended for five games for intentionally throwing at the Giants' Buster Posey. Marlins manager Don Mattingly also was suspended one game.
The Tigers and Royals will play a game in Omaha ahead of the 2019 College World Series, an initiative that MLB commissioner Rob Manfred says is good for the sport.
Sick of seeing pitchers hit? Love NL strategy? Either way, the argument is good for baseball. Plus, a Jeff Luhnow Q&A and Verlander's next milestone.
After the Yankees hit four more homers in Tuesday's win, the Bombers' fence-busting antics are adding up to a run at the record books.
A good or bad season before hitting the market could be a difference of millions of dollars. See who is (and isn't) making the most of his contract year.
The Braves are well-represented in voting totals from MLB's second National League ballot update for the 2018 All-Star Game.
Jose Altuve passed Mookie Betts in voting in MLB's second American League ballot update for the 2018 All-Star Game.
Gleyber Torres, Miguel Andujar & Co. have given Yankees fans thrills, but they've left Clint Frazier, Brandon Drury and others stuck in the minors.
With several headliners bowing out, the best Derby showdown would pit mighty mites such as Mookie Betts against supersized monster mashers.
He's just 26, but having reached a grand milestone, we compare the career numbers of baseball's best player to the legends of the game.
Let your voice be heard and then tune in to the 2018 ESPY Awards on July 18 on ABC!