Jose Ramirez to IL with fractured hamate bone
Indians third baseman sustains injury during 1st-inning AB
CLEVELAND -- The Indians examined the severity of a right wrist injury that forced José Ramírez to leave Saturday night’s 4-2 win over the Royals in the middle of his first-inning plate appearance and determined Sunday morning that he needed to be placed on the 10-day injured list with a
Hamilton's hustle helps Braves win 7th straight
New arrival plays a key role in two weekend wins, at plate and on bases
NEW YORK -- Billy Hamilton will receive a $100,000 bonus if he tallies 15 more plate appearances this year. The Braves will view this as a bargain if the speedy outfielder continues to take full advantage of these at-bats he was not expecting to receive.
Hamilton delivered his second key
Alonso's 41st HR ties Mets' single-season record
Slugger has five weeks to challenge Judge's MLB rookie home run record (52)
NEW YORK -- The bat model was a Dove Tail PA20, nicknamed “Haley’s Comet” as an ode to Pete Alonso’s fiancée. Alonso initially used it during his dramatic win over Vladimir Guerrero Jr. in the Home Run Derby last month. He brought it back Saturday for Players’ Weekend after breaking
Yankees match record for most HRs in a month
Judge homer gives New York 58 dingers in 23 games in August
Aaron Judge's solo home run in the fourth inning of Saturday afternoon’s 2-1 loss to the Dodgers was a fine sight to see for the Yankees, for a few reasons.
Judge’s 424-foot homer to center field was New York’s first hit of the game off a locked-in Tony Gonsolin, and
How the Rays quietly built a great team
Development of rare finds fuels Tampa Bay's run to the postseason
To appreciate the Rays, let’s begin with this: What do they know that others don’t? That’s a question every team should be asking itself with Tampa Bay on a 95-win pace despite baseball’s lowest payroll.
Never mind the money part of it. That’s yesterday’s news. The Rays don’t pay much
'Jack and Dak' forming impressive young duo
Hudson throws six scoreless innings of his own vs. Rockies
ST. LOUIS -- Dakota Hudson and Jack Flaherty have become the anchors of the Cardinals’ rotation -- and the Rockies were unlucky enough to have faced them on back-to-back days.
After Flaherty’s three-hit, nine-strikeout effort in six scoreless innings on Friday, Hudson followed up with six scoreless innings of his
Cervelli pays quick dividends in Braves debut
Former Pirate goes 3-for-5 with 3 RBIs after joining team on Saturday
NEW YORK -- A little more than a month after wondering if his career, or at least his days as a catcher were complete, Francisco Cervelli has found a new home with the Braves, who benefited from the immediate contributions he made in Saturday night’s 9-5 win over the Mets
Potent offense keeps Nats rolling in win
Washington tallies fourth straight victory, 11th in past 13 games
CHICAGO -- From top to bottom, this Nationals lineup continues to be a nightmare for opposing pitchers.
The Nats remained red-hot on Saturday afternoon at Wrigley Field, knocking Cubs starter José Quintana, who had not lost a contest in two months, out of the game after four innings en route
Jason Segel texted 'Forgetting Sarah' Marshall
White Sox right-hander surprised to hear from star of 2008 comedy
CHICAGO -- Evan Marshall now has a Hollywood connection.
As the White Sox reliever was sleeping Saturday morning, he received a text from Jason Segel, the star and writer of the entertaining 2008 comedy "Forgetting Sarah Marshall," from which Marshall took his “Forgetting Sarah” Players' Weekend nickname. Segel, who was
Bo flirts with cycle as Blue Jays snap skid
Rookie contributes to Toronto's 4-run eighth and nabs runner at home
SEATTLE -- Bo Bichette has a knack for looking like a veteran at the plate, even against an all-time great who’s been pitching in the Major Leagues since Bichette was 7.
The story on Saturday night in Seattle -- before the Blue Jays stormed back to win, 7-5 -- was
Clevinger leads Tribe, goes to 9-0 vs. Royals
Indians rally behind Reyes' HR after losing J-Ram to injury
CLEVELAND -- In a season in which their vaunted rotation was drastically revised by injury, illness and, eventually, a major trade, the Indians have nonetheless risen to the challenge of an American League Central race. So losing a key lineup piece in Jose Ramirez, but defeating a division opponent anyway