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Baez launches 3-run HR the opposite way

Javier Baez cranks an opposite field 3-run home run in the bottom of the fourth inning.


Ball ricochets off pitcher and umpire

Anthony Rizzo hits a liner that bounces off the glove of Ty Blach and the umpire's foot, allowing Kris Bryant to score from second.


Sandoval hustles for RBI infield single

Pablo Sandoval hits a slow grounder to short and hustles to beat Addison Russell's throw to first, allowing a run to score.


Top Headlines

Tanaka Tames Angels

Aggressive Tanaka throws off Ohtani, Trout

Masahiro Tanaka and Shohei Ohtani squared off in a much-anticipated meeting Sunday, with the Yankees righty passing the test and then some.

The Shohei Ohtani Experience: Keep track of the Angels phenom's two-way quest

Los Angeles' pitching/hitting sensation is turning heads with every step. Follow along for the major moments from Ohtani's big league journey.

Tanaka strikes out Ohtani twice

Masahiro Tanaka fans Shohei Ohtani twice with off-speed pitches.


Sunday's Top Plays

Indians walk off on Allen's homer in 14th

Greg Allen puts an end to the game in the 14th inning as he slugs a solo homer to complete Cleveland's 10-9 comeback win over Houston.


Harper hammers his NL-leading 16th homer

Bryce Harper destroys a Jarlin Garcia fastball over the right-field fence for his 16th home run, best in the NL.


Gonzalez crushes 461-ft homer

Carlos Gonzalez blasts a deep home run to give Colorado an early lead over Cincinnati.


Albies makes terrific leaping grab

Ozzie Albies leaps to rob Xander Bogaerts of a potential extra base hit.




Trout torches Yanks with five hits

Mike Trout goes 5-for-5 and drives in four runs against the Yankees, setting career highs in hits, doubles, extra-base hits and total bases.


MLB draft

June 4-6

Keith Law's 2018 Big Board: Casey Mize tops MLB draft class

With the MLB draft coming up June 4-6, we rank the top 100 prospects, with Auburn's star right-hander coming in at No. 1.

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Keith Law's 2018 Mock Draft 2.0

While you're watching The Show, your favorite team is buzzing about draft day. Here are the first-round picks they prize most.



Cubs' offense might not need a splashy fix as badly as you think

While a certain superstar infielder's name churns through the rumor mill, Chicago's lineup could be good enough to win as is -- at least for now.

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Prospect Watch

Prospects for all 30 teams you should be stoked to see in 2018

Every club could use a boost from its farm system, and this crop should be ready to go this summer.

Law: Scouting Vlad Guerrero Jr., Bo Bichette and Cavan Biggio

Vlad Jr. stands out, but he's just one part of a trio of MLB legacies in Toronto's Double-A lineup turning heads on the way to the majors.



The Shohei Ohtani experiment isn't just working -- it's perfect

Are the Angels using Ohtani correctly? So far, the planets have aligned for L.A. and its two-way star.

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Inside the making of Shohei Ohtani

So far, the two-way sensation is living up to Ruthian expectations. But how will he possibly keep this up? We trace his journey back to Japan in search of the surprising answer.

Hot Stove

Olney: Sellers beware -- third basemen will be a dime a dozen

Need hot-corner help? You're in luck. But for teams such as the O's, getting big value in return for Manny Machado might not be so easy this summer.

Addison Russell stays focused as Machado rumors swirl

The Cubs could take their chances with a Manny Machado trade, but their shortstop is working on delivering a big bounce-back effort at the plate.

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Keith Law's Top 100 Prospects