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After a tough start to his first season in Triple-A, Tim Tebow hit his first International League home run on Sunday for the Syracuse Mets. Tebow's hitting .157 on the season with 11 RBIs.
The Cubs let the popular Arrieta walk in free agency, deciding to spend on Darvish. On Monday night, Darvish will share the mound with the man whose shoes he has been trying to fill since arriving at Wrigley.
Taking a big series from the Rays could be just the start of the Bombers' quest to break away from the AL East pack.
A series against the Marlins might have looked like an opportunity to bounce back, but New York's season hit a new low.
Hyun-Jin Ryu threw seven shutout innings to extend his major league-leading streak to 31, Cody Bellinger hit his 17th homer and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat Cincinnati Reds 8-3 on Sunday.
The Mets aren't hitting, and another lapse by slugger Robinson Cano raised questions about how hard they're trying following Sunday's 3-0 loss to the Marlins.
Despite Joe Maddon's arguments during the Cubs-Nationals game Saturday, Chicago will not move ahead with an official protest.
American League home run leader George Springer left the Astros' game against the Red Sox in the fifth inning with lower back stiffness.
The former Cub has more than doubled his career home run total in just seven weeks with the Halos. Where's this surprising spike coming from?
Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto threw a bullpen session Saturday, and manager Bruce Bochy said he wouldn't be surprised if Cueto can return from elbow surgery in September.
Both teams entered the season with big expectations but sputtered early on. Chicago has turned it around. Washington? Not so much.
The Dodgers and Astros have been running neck-and-neck, but they're being threatened by rivals with staying power.
Pitchers are better than ever. Here's what hitters are doing to cope as a once-sacred number seems to be losing its place in the game.
Atlanta righty Mike Soroka might be at the head of a very talented class of first-year players as we look at what has gone well and what hasn't this season.
Baseball in 2019 is about going deep and drawing walks, even if it means piling up strikeouts -- and nobody exemplifies the boom-or-bust approach better than the Texas slugger.
The series finale is Sunday night -- and the world will be watching, including a host of major leaguers. We asked them to weigh in on HBO's hit show.
Robinson pressured baseball to change, Campanis shamed the game into it. Which made more of a difference?