Felix Hernandez pitches his 11th career shutout after Cruz breaks up a scoreless tie with a 3-run home run into the stingray tank at Tropicana Field. Alex Rodriguez passes Lou Gehrig on the all-time RBI list. And more! Check here frequently for updates on all of the action from Wednesday.
Cubs starter Jon Lester set the record for most at-bats to begin a career without a hit on Thursday night.
The Cardinals can certainly survive the loss of Matt Adams, but the effects of his loss will be felt elsewhere on the roster.
The first update on the NL All-Star ballot is out, and Nats phenom Bryce Harper is faring pretty well.
We preach patience with your high-end players, but Al Melchior argues that it's finally time to bench some of your struggling stud pitchers.
Top prospect Eduardo Rodriguez will make a spot start for the Red Sox Thursday. Scott White considers adding him even knowing he'll be one-and-done.
A four-game night slate on a Wednesday? Heath Cummings surveys limited options and builds around a slightly more affordable Zack Greinke instead of pricey Max Scherzer.
The alleged incident took place over the weekend in Columbus, Ohio, as the Braves' Triple-A team were on the road.
Cites several calls -- plus a key call by replay officials -- with which he disagreed after 7-6 loss to Mariners.
Alex Rodriguez hit a three-run home run on Wednesday, giving him 1,995 RBI for his career. That is the most in AL history according to MLB.
Four-year-old Adriana Aviles was diagnosed with leukemia in early May, and teammates of Indians slugger Mike Aviles have begun to shave their heads to show solidarity with the girl, who will be losing her hair because of chemotherapy treatments.
The best waiver pickups aren't always the youngest or flashiest. Al Melchior takes a look at three veteran players who might not be getting their due.
The Padres newest slugger has just one home run so far. Chris Towers takes a look at his slow start at the Fantasy Baseball Today blog.
Josh Donaldson put up an MVP caliber performance on Tuesday, hitting two home runs and carrying the Blue Jays to a win. That story and lots more can be found in this edition of Eye on MLB.
The Las Vegas boys had a little fun in Wrigley Field Tuesday night. Come check out Harper think he popped out on a home run and Bryant become the first player to ever hit the new videoboard.
May 27, 2015
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