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Whether looking for that final piece or building for the future, every team has a reason to make a deal. Here's who they should be shopping around.
From Trout and Betts to Lindor and Judge, it's clear where MLB's superstars are, but the National League is finally ruling interleague play.
Winners of 17 of their last 21 games, the A's are putting some pressure on the Mariners for a wild-card spot -- and they have nothing to lose.
Ken Ravizza, who died Sunday, affected the Cubs and manager Joe Maddon in part by helping them "think more clearly in a difficult moment."
The Dodgers placed right fielder Yasiel Puig on the 10-day disabled list with a right oblique sprain prior to Monday's game against the Padres.
Giants catcher Buster Posey will miss the All-Star game because of a lingering right hip issue that needs an injection to calm inflammation.
Dodgers slugger Max Muncy, appearing on AM 570 radio in Los Angeles, said he will participate in next Monday's Home Run Derby at Nationals Park.
Boston Red Sox catcher Christian Vasquez will have surgery on his broken pinkie finger on Tuesday, the club announced.
Nationals catcher Matt Wieters, who was placed on the disabled list May 11 with a left hamstring strain, was reinstated Monday.
Manny Machado says he will remain focused on playing baseball and enjoy starting at shortstop in the All-Star Game amid the flurry of trade rumors involving the Orioles star.
The New York Mets have placed third baseman Todd Frazier on the 10-day disabled list with a left rib cage strain.
"Why don't guys just hit ground balls to short?" Three veteran batters tell us what makes adjusting to the shift so difficult.
Blake Snell has the best ERA in the AL among starting pitchers and is among the league leaders in several other pitching categories, but he did not make the All-Star team. Teammate Chris Archer took to social media to complain about Snell's snub.
Shohei Ohtani's game-winning home runs was his first since May 17 and only his third hit in 17 at-bats since returning from the disabled list.
Kaito Yuki is headed to the Kansas City Royals organization instead of attending high school in Japan.
Jesus Aguilar, Max Muncy, even J.D. Martinez and Matt Kemp, are among the very productive players who once could have been had for peanuts.
The Braves' changing fortunes, after four straight losing seasons, were affirmed Sunday with two players elected to the All-Star Game's starting lineup for the first time since 2003, in Freddie Freeman and Nick Markakis.
Dodgers right fielder Yasiel Puig left in the fifth inning of Sunday's Freeway Series finale against the Angels with what the team called a a right intercostal oblique strain.
Mike Marjama, a catcher for the Seattle Mariners' Triple-A affiliate, has retired from baseball to take a job with the National Eating Disorders Association.
Tampa Bay's Blake Snell is one of the biggest snubs in recent years, and who would have thought Matt Kemp would be an All-Star starter?