The Padres have officially been eliminated from postseason contention. Their attempt at a quick rebuild failed in 2015. Are big roster changes coming next?
Thursday's thankfully past. Heath Cummings re-loads for Friday, splurging on K-meister Chris Sale with so many strong bargain hitters available.
GM Ruben Amaro and manager Ryne Sandberg on the hot seat in Philly, plus a look at news from around MLB as trade season starts to heat up.
Entering Week 11 with lots of interleague play, here are fringier lineup choices to start and sit. Scott White's five up hitters are all National Leaguers, starting with Joe Panik.
Melvin Upton Jr. scored the tying run, Justin Upton scored go-ahead run, and Craig Kimbrel got the save in 5-3 extra-inning Padres victory at Atlanta.
What is the best first-round pick by each team in the last decade? Find out here. Or tell us we're wrong. Whatever works!
The struggling Blue Jays need pitching and tried to land Cole Hamels. They also are sticking behind manager John Gibson. These details and more news from around Major League Baseball.
Short-slate blues Thursday behind him, Heath Cummings revs back up for Friday, banking on Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers against Eddie Butler.
The hottest team in the AL? Why, it's the Minnesota Twins. This and much, much more in The Eye.
A total of 11 games, including six evening affairs, around Major League Baseball. Check back for updates on all of it.

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