Garrett Jones and Brett Gardner miscommunicate on a fly ball to left, leading to a hilarious "Little League home run" (technically a double and an error) for Astros rookie Carlos Correa.
Although it doesn't appear to be serious, Hanley Ramirez left with a shoulder injury Monday night. That's bad news for a lackluster Red Sox offense. That plus the rest of Monday's MLB action, including an Astros loss -- finally.
Our daily, updating live blog is here. Come throughout Sunday and into Monday morning for a recap of everything that happened in MLB action and news Sunday.
At 6 hours, 49 minutes, it was the longest game by time in Red Sox history. After Chase Headley tied the score with a home run in the bottom of the ninth, Boston went ahead three times in extra innings, taking a lead for the final time on a sacrifice fly by Mookie Betts.
Some players have retained their sleeper appeal over the course of draft season, while others have joined the ranks recently. Al Melchior presents his rebooted sleeper list.
Chris Capuano injured while covering first, messing up Yankees starting rotation plans; Little League dissolved the district in which Jackie Robinson West played in 2014; The Braves are sorting out who will be in the opening-day lineup.
The bullpen and up the middle defense are positives for the Yankees in 2015. But who's in charge?
Up next in our 2015 season preview series: the probably better than they get credit for New York Yankees.
Here are baseball's most untradeable players based on what they have left, and what they have left on their contracts.
Before the 2015 season gets going, let's take a moment to look ahead to the next free agent class, which figures to be a strong one.

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