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David Price told MassLive that he has no plans to opt out of his contract with the Red Sox, saying "Why would I leave here to go to a team that's not as good as this team?"
While his fastball trends down and his age ticks up, the Dodgers' ace is still driven to dominate every single day -- no matter what it takes.
A Dodgers-Astros rematch? Sorry, but we can do better. From classics revisited to powerhouse showdowns, we look at the best -- and worst -- 2018 Fall Classic possibilities.
Facing 30 straight days without a break, the Cubs are dealing with fatigue -- and a Milwaukee squad that won't go away.
The lefty protected the Cubs' NL Central lead Tuesday, but the veteran's wins come at a price some still question.
The first team to clinch a playoff spot nevertheless has a few questions to answer, such as how soon ace Chris Sale will be fully up to speed.
Colorado Rockies shortstop Trevor Story added another chapter to his outstanding 2018 season Tuesday night with a first-inning RBI double off Arizona Diamondbacks starter Zack Greinke.
A moment of silence to honor 9/11 victims and first responders was held before every Major League Baseball game on Tuesday. Players, coaches and umpires are wearing caps with a "We Shall Not Forget" ribbon patch.
Chris Sale pitched a scoreless inning for the Boston Red Sox in his first start since going on the disabled list with shoulder inflammation.
David Wright took live batting practice Tuesday at Citi Field as the New York Mets captain tries to complete his comeback from a string of debilitating injuries.
The Cleveland Indians have decided to skip ace Corey Kluber's weekend turn in the rotation as they prepare their pitching rotation for the playoffs.
Josh Donaldson will make his Cleveland Indians debut on Tuesday against the Tampa Bay Rays, batting fifth and playing third base.
The A's will be without Sean Manaea, who was 12-9 with a career-best 3.59 ERA and 108 strikeouts, for the rest of the season. He will have shoulder surgery.
It's mid-September and that means it is officially clinching season across MLB. Who could punch a postseason ticket tonight and which teams could be popping champagne next?
Cubs starter Jon Lester had to leave Monday's game against the Brewers in the sixth inning due to back spasms, handing the ball to reliever CJ Edwards, who promptly allowed the winning run to score on a wild pitch.
After a couple of hiccups, Josh Hader was his dominant self in blowing away Chicago and pulling Milwaukee within a game of the Central lead.
Justin Verlander made it seem like old times at Comerica Park, drawing several big cheers and pitching seven sharp innings in his return to his former home while leading the Houston Astros over the Detroit Tigers 3-2 Monday night.
Although he continues to be nagged by the pain in his injured right wrist, Yankees slugger Aaron Judge has been making strides in his recovery and participated in live batting practice on Monday, during which he launched several home runs.
The Cubs announced Monday that reliever Drew Smyly has been shut down for the season after his recovery from Tommy John surgery hit some snags.