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Major League Baseball is looking to end its ownership stake in DraftKings, while the NBA is looking to do the same with its stake in FanDuel, league sources tell ESPN.
Giancarlo Stanton, hitting just .197 on the season, has been moved from third to fourth in the Yankees lineup for Thursday's game vs. Toronto.
The Cardinals have recalled outfielder Tyler O'Neill from Triple-A Memphis and optioned pitcher John Brebbia to the farm team.
The Yankees posted a video supporting the work of a young Pennsylvania girl who has gone viral for her own anti-bullying message.
Other teams have sizzled in the first month and fizzled later, but banged-up Boston's start already makes it an easy favorite in the AL East.
As he closes in on one of baseball's most sacred career milestones, The Machine and those around him reflect on the journey Pujols has traveled to get there.
Cincinnati wasted little time changing skippers after a 3-15 start. Here's what the numbers say about the rare April managerial move.
The Reds have fired manager Bryan Price after a 3-15 start to the season, his fifth with the club.
Freddie Freeman, who missed time last season because of a broken left wrist, left Wednesday's game after being hit by a pitch in the same wrist.
Which ranking is the most head-scratching? What will the top five look like next year? We asked our experts to answer some of the biggest questions.
The top spot is an easy call, but then the fun begins. Did Kershaw hold off Scherzer as MLB's best ace? And which MVP passed Harper on our list?
The Red Sox wore out the phenom, and Mookie Betts hit three homers. Were Ohtani's struggles caused by the ball or finally facing a different team?
Duck! Pitches are flying all over, strikeouts are surging and lineups are bottoming out ... it's early, but MLB's latest evolution is taking shape.
Balancing the clubhouse-first instincts of a former player and the analytical mind of a new-age thinker, Philly's manager is learning as he goes.
Splashy moves and star-studded squads are all the rage across baseball, but the Redbirds are still trusting their time-tested approach.
There's no reason to panic just yet, but there are some troubling early trends for a 7-7 Cubs team trying to get back to the World Series.
The Cubs' up-and-coming star rubs some the wrong way and has his flaws, but the good outweighs the bad.
Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani have given Angels fans more than just some April fun -- they might help initiate a great AL West race with the champs.
Just two weeks into the season there's some major reshuffling, as baseball's hottest teams turned heads and earned their share of the top billing.
Some (Pujols, Ichiro) already have the resumes. Some (Trout) are no-brainers. What about Altuve and Judge? And could a new two-way star get there?
Los Angeles' pitching/hitting sensation is turning heads with every step. Follow along for the major moments from Ohtani's big league journey.