Yelich hit a 2B so hard it went through the fence
Thames, Aguilar homer as Milwaukee registers 12 hits in win
SAN FRANCISCO -- Add this to the legend of Christian Yelich: The day he hit a baseball so hard it went through the fence.
Technically, a gap in the fence, but that spoils the story. It happened at Oracle Park on Sunday, when Yelich was denied an RBI, and the
19 hits. 15 runs. Braves make statement in East
Donaldson homers in 3rd straight game as high-octane Atlanta routs Philadelphia
ATLANTA -- If this weekend is indicative of what Josh Donaldson might provide over the remainder of the season, the powerful Braves offense that has been wrecking pitching staffs might indeed end up being the National League’s best.
Following the leads of Freddie Freeman and Austin Riley, who have been
Yanks option Frazier for Encarnacion's arrival
Boone says telling outfielder was 'tough news to deliver'
CHICAGO -- The first domino has fallen in the wake of the Edwin Encarnacion trade as the Yankees optioned outfielder Clint Frazier to Triple-A Scranton Wilkes-Barre after Sunday’s 10-3 win over the White Sox. The move creates space on the 25-man roster for Encarnacion, who will join the team when
San Diego relentless in record-shattering series
Padres stun Rockies with 2nd comeback in wild weekend
DENVER -- In one of the wildest series in baseball history, one miracle Padres comeback wasn't enough.
So on Sunday afternoon, they made it two.
Trailing by three in the top of the ninth inning, the Padres stormed back for four runs and a 14-13 victory over the Rockies in
Adams hits grand slam, 3-run HR to power Nats
After split with D-backs, big test awaits as Phillies, Braves come to town
WASHINGTON -- Matt Adams homered twice and collected seven RBIs, including a grand slam launched 438 feet into center field in the eighth, to help power the Nationals to a 15-5 victory in Sunday’s series finale against the D-backs.
Washington matched a season high with 15 runs to salvage a
DeJong still in New York groove with clutch HR
Cards SS boosts torrid numbers vs. Mets with go-ahead dinger in 8th
NEW YORK -- Paul DeJong doesn’t know what it is, but there’s something about facing the Mets that makes the Cardinals shortstop hit.
Entering Sunday, he ranked first in slugging percentage (.788) among all Major Leaguers with 85 plate appearances against the Mets.
He left slugging .807 at Citi Field.
Breakthrough Series about 'opening up equality'
Major Leaguers, former Women's National Team members participate in girls' baseball development program
VERO BEACH, Fla. -- Former MLB players Dmitri Young, Fernando Arroyo and Lou Collier have amassed a wealth of baseball knowledge over their combined 29 years of Major League experience, and they shared some of it as coaches in this weekend’s MLB Girls Baseball Breakthrough Series in Vero Beach, Fla.,
Facing team that traded him, Thornton excels
Rookie right-hander backed by five home runs
HOUSTON -- Who could blame Trent Thornton if he brought a little extra something with him to his start against the Houston Astros on Sunday?
That's not to suggest Thornton isn't determined to win every time he takes the mound. But when a pitcher faces the team that drafted him,
Callup 8 years in the making for Nola family
Realmuto, Bruce day to day; MLB celebrates Father's Day
ATLANTA -- Aaron Nola’s mother texted him Saturday night and said she had incredible news. His older brother Austin had been called up to the big leagues with the Mariners, following an eight-year run through the Minor Leagues.
“It’s one of the better days I’ve had, and probably one of