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More than a month before the Midsummer Classic, we're ready to pick sides. Did Shohei Ohtani make the cut? Does Bryce deserve to start in D.C.?
Ohtani has thrown 157 splitters and allowed only one hit. We go inside the numbers that show just how dominant the Angels rookie's pitch has been.
Cardinals starter Alex Reyes will pitch in his first game since Tommy John surgery when he faces the Brewers on Wednesday.
The young ace is the stabilizing force in a rocky rotation. His next test? Wednesday, as the Bombers eye another series win over the world champs.
After another comeback win, this time over the Mets, it's clear that the young Braves have something special cooking right now.
While the Nationals' hold on first place in the NL East lasted only a few minutes, Washington is playing well despite countless injuries.
The Cubs' surging first baseman shrugged off any controversy from his hard slide on Monday, leading a comeback over Pittsburgh.
Dodgers right-hander Kenta Maeda was removed in the second inning of Tuesday night's game against the Phillies with an undisclosed injury.
There are bad days, and there are days like the Mets had on Tuesday, with more injuries, a shortened roster and a walk-off loss to Atlanta.
Jeff Samardzija's injury led to the major league debut of Dereck Rodriguez, the son of Hall of Fame catcher Ivan Rodriguez.
Shohei Ohtani has not pitched since May 20 due to workload management.
Ted Leitner, who has called San Diego Padres games since 1980, is taking an indefinite leave of absence to undergo treatment for kidney cancer, he wrote on Twitter.
Rhys Hoskins isn't in the Phillies' lineup on Tuesday after injuring himself fouling a pitch off his face during Monday's game.
The Indians believe Andrew Miller won't need surgery on his left knee after the reliever visited a specialist and had an MRI on Tuesday.
Brian McCann's lingering knee soreness landed him on the 10-day DL on Tuesday.
Red Sox star Mookie Betts is out of the lineup for a third straight game with tightness in his left side. Brock Holt will play right field again, and Andrew Benintendi will lead off for Boston as they face the Blue Jays Tuesday night.
MLB believes interference should have been called on Cubs star Anthony Rizzo's slide at home plate Monday against the Pirates, a source told ESPN.
As the MLB draft nears, we revisit early choices that clicked, late-round gems, and picks that leave us wondering what might have been.
The Boston outfielder has the gaudier numbers. But there's a reason Trout is on pace to make baseball history -- and Betts is not.
Noah Syndergaard is headed to the 10-day DL, becoming the latest prominent member of the Mets sidelined by an injury.