The Athletics have been officially eliminated from postseason contention. GM Billy Beane will have his hands full this winter after such a disappointing season.
With David Price heading to Toronto, Justin Upton highlights an intriguing group of impending free agents who could be leaving San Diego.
Gets RBI, but also sustains a testicular contusion. Ouch.
A total of 75 players were selected to the 2015 All-Star Game. Here's a look at how all 75 were acquired by their current teams.
In the last 31 games, the A's are 20-11 and one of the strongest teams in the bigs. They were once thought surefire sellers, but if this keeps up, they could be buyers.
The Yankees lost 5-4 in 11 innings to the Nationals on Wednesday, snapping their seven-game win streak. They also lost closer Andrew Miller to an injury. That story and more is in today's edition of Eye on MLB.
At the Fantasy Baseball Today blog, Chris Towers breaks down the worst leadoff situations in baseball.
While standing pat may be the best plan in many formats, Al Melchior highlights a handful of players who are worth adding in deeper leagues.
Apparently trying to waste a 1-2 fastball up in the zone, Tyler Clippard threw a head-high pitch that Evan Gattis somehow turned on, hitting a two-run double to center over the head of outfielder Sam Fuld.
Favorite play of Wednesday night? Heath Cummings says his is David Price against the Yankees as he dispenses daily and tournament lineup advice.

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