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The Cubs' home opener against the Pittsburgh Pirates has been rescheduled for Tuesday afternoon because of snow.
The defending champs are still the team to beat, but the Red Sox are off to the best start in franchise history, and Shohei Ohtani has the Angels flying out West. Who is moving up and down after the first week?
The last team in baseball to play in front of its own crowd, the Cubs hope they've turned a corner as they finally head for home.
After a solid first start on the mound and an impressive first week at the plate, Ohtani dominated the A's in a dazzling first home start.
Mariners first baseman Ryon Healy may join several other starters on the disabled list after twisting his right ankle in a postgame workout Saturday.
With Zack Wheeler set to pitch for the Mets Wednesday, it would be the first time Noah Syndergaard, Jacob deGrom, Steven Matz, Matt Harvey and Wheeler make a rotation turn together.
Tampa Bay first baseman Brad Miller has been put on the 10-day disabled list with a strained left groin.
This wasn't the start Giancarlo Stanton envisioned. But he says it will take much more than "a bad week" to turn his outlook sour. "A couple of good games, and I could turn it around and help us win," he said.
While trying to save a ball from rolling into the dugout, Red Sox star Xander Bogaerts appeared to injure his leg and exited Sunday's game against the Rays.
Reds third baseman Eugenio Suarez suffered a fractured right thumb after being hit by a pitch thrown by the Pirates' Jameson Taillon on Sunday.
After four innings pitched with five strikeouts, two walks and allowing three runs, Jake Arrieta was pulled from the mound in his debut for the Phillies on Sunday.
Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo was ejected by plate umpire Tim Timmons on Sunday and got into a shouting match with Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina, who had to be restrained as both benches cleared.
Angels second baseman Ian Kinsler told ESPN that he will be activated from the 10-day disabled list for Tuesday's game against the Rangers.
Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich was placed on the 10-day disabled list, retroactive to April 5, with a right oblique injury on Sunday.
Indians outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall was placed on the disabled list Sunday with a right calf strain. Outfielder Tyler Naquin was recalled from Triple-A to fill his roster spot.
Bryce Harper made it clear early on that he wouldn't be discussing his impending free agency. Instead, he's letting his bat do the talking.
While free agency hasn't paid for many players recently, exploiting their relationships with their current teams could provide better paydays.
The Phillies scored 20 against the Marlins on Saturday night, one more run than the combined 19 runs the team scored in their first six games of the season.
Finding a groove with his fastball and getting his slider in the Brewers' heads, Darvish kept the Cubs in it and let Ian Happ & Co. come through late.
Lucas Duda homered off Trevor Bauer for the game's only run and Ian Kennedy pitched six shutout innings, leading the Kansas City Royals to a 1-0 win over the Cleveland Indians on Saturday in frigid, football-like weather conditions.