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A discussion of plate umpire Phil Cuzzi's strike zone led to Cubs veteran Ben Zobrist's first career ejection on Tuesday after he remarked that players would prefer an electronic strike zone.
After trying to push through pain in his arthritic right knee a year ago, Yankees starting pitcher CC Sabathia said Tuesday he didn't want to make the same mistake this year and that's why he went on the 10-day disabled list Monday.
Ryan Madson, who gave up a walk-off grand slam to the Cubs on Sunday, has been put on the DL. In his place, Koda Glover will serve as the Nats' closer.
The Rangers will rest Adrian Beltre for a few days before the active career hits leader gets another evaluation for his injured left hamstring.
Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer has been placed on the 10-day disabled list with a "small stress fracture" in his right fibula, manager Terry Francona said Tuesday.
Robinson Cano was reinstated by the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday after serving an 80-game suspension for violating baseball's joint drug agreement. Cano has appeared in 39 games this season.
With the NL West a dogfight and Kenley Jansen out, the Dodgers ace faces a big challenge in his quest for a World Series title.
Performances like he had Sunday have almost become routine for Didi Gregorius as he has eased the transition from Derek Jeter the past few years.
Aaron Judge says the goal is to beat Boston. It's not impossible, but resting up for the wild-card game and (hopefully) beyond could be wiser.
A champion in New York, Jeter didn't come to Miami to lose. Here's a look at how he plans to put a winning team on the field while learning on the job in South Beach.
As we track teams that could hit triple-digit wins or losses, the Red Sox have managed to pick up their torrid pace while helping the Orioles sink to new lows.
The Nationals have one of the most injury-prone teams in baseball, but the pressure on their first-year manager to get them to October is real.
The Nats ace has a legitimate shot at joining Clayton Kershaw and Justin Verlander as the only hurlers in the past quarter century to win the award.
The Red Sox might be delivering a season for the ages, but they aren't the only hot team heading towards the stretch.
With two out in the bottom of the ninth and facing a two-strike count, Cubs pinch hitter David Bote delivered a walk-off grand slam to stun the Nationals on Sunday night.
Another blowout loss contributed to the Cubs' growing run deficit since the break. Should fans be worried or happy about their 12-11 record?
Can Boston set the MLB wins record? Who will emerge as the NL's top team? MVP? And who ya got -- hits or whiffs? Baseball minds want to know.
From the first all-emoji name to the Stringbean Slinger, these are some of the best uniform nicknames coming soon to a major league ballpark near you.
Party of Five? More like Party of 12. Here are the players across the four major sports who first appeared in the '90s and are still active.
From the wild card to the World Series, check out the game and series schedules for the upcoming postseason.
They may be household names now, but some athletes were first in the spotlight as kids on the baseball fields of the Little League World Series.
As defensive shifting became a normal part of the game, is it possible we've witnessed it beat down one of baseball's greatest players?
Banning the shift is a hot topic in baseball. Here's why the conventional wisdom on it is wrong.
The Rays took Young with the No. 1 pick in 2003. And while he had his moments, trading him was a master stroke that's still paying off.