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Hitting for the cycle twice in a season is one thing, but the Brewers' Christian Yelich has been as hot as anyone since the All-Star break.
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich became the first player in the past 100 years to hit for the cycle against the same team twice in one season on Monday night.
One day after calling out his catcher for not running hard out of the batter's box, Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon said the criticism directed toward Willson Contreras is "over the top."
Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire said Michael Fulmer will get a second opinion after an MRI showed possible damage to the meniscus in the right-hander's knee, which he injured trying to field a bunt.
Cardinals infielder Kolten Wong is disappointed that his younger brother, Kean, didn't get called up by the Rays this season, calling Tampa Bay a "bad organization which doesn't give chances to guys who deserve chances."
A quartet of young stars is helping the Red Sox romp through the record books under their rookie skipper. Next up: October.
Joe Maddon took issue with Willson Contreras standing at home admiring a blast that ended up hitting the wall.
We spent two weeks with Oakland's latest band of fun-loving misfits to discover how the A's are once again defying the odds and streaking toward October.
As we enter the final two weeks of the season, one team that has long seemed ticketed to hit the century mark has fallen off the pace. Who is still on track to reach 100 wins (or losses)?
There's still a lot to be decided -- division titles, wild-card spots, award winners, managers on the hot seat -- as baseball heads for the finish.
Adam Wainwright pitched two-hit ball over six innings for his first win in five months, Marcell Ozuna homered and the St. Louis Cardinals salvaged the finale of a four-game series with a 5-0 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday night.
At age 35, Justin Verlander is having one of his finest seasons and has been at his best when the Astros need him most.
With Dellin Betances and the rest of New York's bullpen wearing down, Aroldis Chapman's return might help restore order to the relief corps.
Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly said Sunday that Major League Baseball should consider limiting roster sizes in the final month of the season, because "the game you play for five months is not the game you play in September."
Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts left Sunday's game against the Mets after appearing to hurt his side while making a throw to home plate. Betts missed two weeks earlier in the season with a side injury.
The Yankees are calling up prized prospect Justus Sheffield, a left-handed pitcher.
Alex Bregman knows how to hold a grudge, saying he wears No. 2 for the Astros partially because the Diamondbacks didn't draft him No. 1 overall in 2015.
Rookie Juan Soto, 19, became the youngest player to steal three bases in a game, helping the Nationals stop the Braves' six-game winning streak, 7-1.
The Nationals outfielder's three-steal Saturday was his latest bid to one-up rival Ronald Acuna Jr.'s hot bat for the Braves.
Unchallenged for months, the Cleveland Indians clinched their third straight AL Central title with a 15-0 blowout on Saturday of the Detroit Tigers, who made four errors and managed only two hits.