The University of Tokyo snapped a 94-game losing streak last Saturday. It was their first win since October 2010.
The Giants have won 13 of their last 15 games and are now in first place in the NL West. That story and more is in Saturday's edition of Eye on MLB.
Jerry Dior, the graphic artist who designed Major League Baseball's iconic logo, has passed away at the age of 82.
Ben Ancheff, a 300 lb. right-hander for St. Thomas, started the NAIA World Series title game on Friday night.
Brewers outfielder Gerardo Parra managed to get his hands on the ball he hit for a double Friday night.
Even at a baseball game, Curry gets MVP chants.
Astros righty Mark Appel has a career 5.91 ERA since being the first overall pick in the 2013 draft. Appel's plight and more is in this week's Prospect Watch.
With Jonathan Lucroy scheduled to return, should we wait to start him until he shakes off the rust? Our Scott White says get him in your lineup in his Five Up, Five Down for Week 9.
It's a thin crop of two-start pitchers for the coming week, but Al Melchior identifies a few one- and two-start pitchers worth claiming.
Let's have a look at the scores from the first day of regional action in the 2015 NCAA Baseball Tournament.

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