Our nightly roundup includes updates on George Springer, Juan Lagares, Ryan Zimmerman, Shin-Soo Choo, Joey Votto, Anibal Sanchez (to the bullpen?) and more.
For the first time since his legendary father passed away, Tony Gwynn Jr. had an at-bat in San Diego, and the Petco Park fans gave him a nice ovation.
Astros second baseman Jose Altuve picked up his 210th and 211th hits of the season Tuesday night, meaning he's now the Astros franchise record-holder for hits in a season.
Almost no one (proof inside!) picked the Orioles to win the AL East. The best guess is most won't pick them to win the World Series, either. It's familiar territory.
The Baltimore Orioles are your 2014 AL East champs.
The 2014 season has been one of redemption for the Washington Nationals to this point, but they still have some more redeeming to do.
For the second time in three seasons, the Washington Nationals are National League East champions.
Cubs starting pitcher Jake Arrieta had a no-no going through seven innings, and it was broken up with a double in the eighth. Still, he'd end up with a one-hit shutout, striking out 13 in a dominant outing.
Cuban import Rusney Castillo signed a seven-year, $72.5 million contract with the Red Sox last month, and he'll make his MLB debut Wednesday.
Angels starting pitcher Matt Shoemaker will miss at least his next start with a mild oblique strain. The Angels aren't sure when he'll next be able to take the hill.
The Dodgers executive is considered heavily in the mix in among an eclectic, interesting group group of eight under consideration.
Each team gets a nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award. Here are all 30.
Bryan Cranston's would-be "one-man MLB show" would be hilarious. Check out this commercial for the MLB postseason on TBS.
On Tuesday, Bud Selig was at Citi Field, and the questions, of course, turned to the state of the Mets.
Pirates third baseman/super utility man Josh Harrison is having a tremendous 2014. Can he keep it up?