Clayton Kershaw struck out a career-high tying 15 batters Wednesday night as the Dodgers finished off a three-game sweep of the division rival Giants.
The Mets, Royals, Twins, Cubs and other contenders made last minute trades before the August 31 deadline. Players had to be acquired by midnight to be eligible for the postseason roster.
When a player breaks out in a big way, how much should be attributed to a change in skill, and how much is chance? Chris Towers looks at the case of Chris Colabello.
Cubs have a 3 1/2 game lead on Giants for the final wild-card spot with about one-third of the regular season to go.
It might not be a night of aces on the docket, but as our Heath Cummings says, you shouldn't have a problem finding cheap hitters for the Monday MLB slate.
The pitching choices aren't so clear, but some targets are. Heath Cummings says Nick Martinez and Alfredo Simon look ripe for the Orioles and Pirates.
Did you think Shin-Soo Choo had started his decline? Not so fast. Our Scott White likes what he sees as he gets you ready for Week 7 in his Five Up, Five Down.
Yankees starter Michael Pineda became the fourth man since 2000 with at least 16 strikeouts and zero walks in a game. This and stuff from every single Mother's Day game in Eye On MLB.
The Cardinals notched their eighth straight win on Tuesday. There's more on that plus the rest of the day's action right here with Eye on MLB.
Multiple lineups give you the chance to score bigger when you're right about your centerpiece. That means four lineups for Wednesday with Felix Hernandez and more around Carlos Martinez.

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