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Shohei Ohtani's third start for the Angels lasted only two innings Tuesday night after he developed a blister on his pitching hand and allowed three runs.
Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich was activated off the 10-day disabled list Tuesday, but didn't play against Cincinnati. Yelich, who was sidelined by a strained oblique, probably will start Wednesday, manager Craig Counsell said.
Arizona's Patrick Corbin has not given up a hit against San Francisco through seven innings.
Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor, a Puerto Rico native, hit a two-run home run in San Jose, sending the crowd into a frenzy.
Giants scratch third baseman Evan Longoria after a flare up of a lingering ankle injury.
Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto, who had been sidelined by a bruised back since March 11, was behind the plate for Miami on Tuesday night.
Trayce Thompson, the brother of NBA All-Star Klay Thompson, was cut by the Oakland Athletics on Tuesday.
New York reliever Tommy Kahnle was put on the 10-day disabled list, retroactive to Monday, with right shoulder tendinitis.
Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo is advocating for a shorter season, even if that means a smaller paycheck for players.
After Hurricane Maria hit his native Puerto Rico, Indians catcher Roberto Perez went almost a week without hearing from his family. Now, as the Indians and Twins face off in San Juan, he and his family remember those struggles.
Shohei Ohtani pitches for the Angels against David Price and the Red Sox in a battle between the two teams with the best record in the American League.
Who are the biggest snubs? Which young players would you build a team around? We asked our experts to answer questions on the bottom half of our top 100.
As we kick off our countdown of the game's best, a new generation of talent is rising up the rankings. Which players landed on our list today?
One night after we offered the Mets as the potential team to beat in the NL East, their bullpen handed a win to the Nationals. Lesson learned.
The banged-up Rangers saw their shortstop Jurickson Profar enter concussion protocol after a collusion vs. the Rays on Monday.
Despite breaking his bat on a 95 mph fastball by the Mets' Jacob DeGrom, Nationals star Bryce Harper still powered the ball far over the wall in right-center at Citi Field for his eighth homer of the season.
After ice shattered the windshield of a team bus, Royals reliever Blaine Boyer helped the driver, who was injured, steady the bus.
Following three straight weather-related postponements, the White Sox finally get back on the field as Reynaldo Lopez takes the mound.
The Nationals picked up righty Jeremy Hellickson and will have him start in the series opener against the Mets.
New York Yankees outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury is now dealing with heel pain in addition to the hip issue he was already rehabilitating.