- Cubs catcher Montero to DL with back tightness
- Street's injury sours Angels' sweep of Royals
- Cubs' Arrieta: Whispers of PED use are 'flattering'
- Tigers outfielder who flipped off fans sent down
Stephen A.: Arrieta needs to understand my perspective
Arrieta's fitness a key to his success
Jake Arrieta is one-of-a-kind
Greeny: PED talk the reality for Jake Arrieta
Is Arrieta in a lose-lose situation?
Stephen A., Skip raising eyebrows toward Arrieta
From the hot corner to the hot seat: Manny Machado, the AL's best young third baseman, opens up about A-Rod, married life and Baltimore's biggest Belieber.
Cubs catcher Miguel Montero is headed to the disabled list with back tightness.
On April 28, 2012, Trout became a major leaguer to stay, and Harper made his debut with the Nationals. Check out what they've done since then.
As the 2016 NFL draft unfolds, consider what might have been if former two-sport players had chosen differently.
Rawlings and the Atlantic League team up to give some generic catcher gear a whole new look.
What's wrong with the Astros?
Should the Athletics consider trading Sonny Gray?
What can Jose Berrios bring to the Twins?
White Sox off to an impressive start
Matt Harvey going in the right direction
Arrieta's fitness a key to his success
Yankees, Red Sox set to begin another chapter of rivalry
Dodgers rookie Kenta Maeda is doing historic stuff through four starts; his Marlins counterpart Thursday also had a stellar beginning to his career.
Buster Olney talks to Ryan Divish and Keith Law about the Marniners' ownership change and much more. Plus, Rockies manager Walt Weiss and Indians president Chris Antonetti.
With their sixth straight win and their fifth shutout of the season -- their second started by lefty Jose Quintana -- the White Sox are off to a great start. David Schoenfield looks at what they'll need to sustain it.
Eno Sarris looks at the big step forward the Marlins' middle-infield combo of Dee Gordon and Adeiny Hechavarria achieved last year, and which keystone duos might take a big step forward in 2016.
Three Angels homered in a 4-2 win over the Royals on Wednesday, but the series sweep was dampened by a pregame injury to closer Huston Street.
Buster Olney has the latest on the Cardinals' hacking incident and highlights some big wins; plus a section from Mark Simon about diminished velocity.
St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny put his neck out for Adam Wainwright. His ace delivered with a three-run triple and quality pitches.
Matt Harvey threw harder than he has all season, helping him get into a groove and helping the Mets sweep the Reds.
New York Mets second baseman Neil Walker has hit for incredible power this month. Stats & Info takes a look inside his hot performance.
Washington's pitching is doing its part, but the hitters aren't hitting, and that's cause for some concern in this young season.
During a late night train discussion and debate among a few 1927 Yankees, Lou Gehrig arrives late and makes an awkward attempt to join in and be one of the boys.
Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard dressed as Marvel superhero Thor, which just so happens to be the tall right-hander's nickname.
Trout's two-run shot goes deep to center
Altuve leads off with a home run
Story smacks record-setting ninth April home run
Reynolds extends and rolls for the catch
Mercer puts the Pirates up in the 12th
Cano's offensive tear continues
Napoli's RBI single sends Brantley home
Martinez's three-run homer gives the Tigers a big lead
Ryan Hanigan stars in ... trouble with the knuckle
Rickard rips a three-run homer
The Los Angeles Dodgers' offensive explosion in Colorado was a mirage, as the Miami Marlins have handcuffed L.A.'s bats. So what do the Dodgers do?
The Yankees aren't counting on big things from Alex Rodriguez and CC Sabathia, so their performances on Wednesday night were encouraging.
The best pitcher in baseball? It's possible. On the heels of his second no-hitter, Cubs ace Jake Arrieta opens up on his workouts, diet and the mantras that have gotten him to where he is today.
Wednesday's rainout gives Chicago Cubs starter Jake Arrieta another day to rest after his no-hitter and gives the Cubs' catchers a necessary breather.
J.D. Martinez took advantage of a lineup change and Justin Verlander delivered another quality start to help the slumping Detroit Tigers beat Oakland.
Boston's catcher had some trouble snaring Steven Wright's knuckeballs, but more importantly, the Braves couldn't get a read on them either.
The Cardinals' rookie shortstop is batting .468, easily the best mark in the major leagues. He's batting eighth in the lineup.
Phelps, Mattingly ejected as Marlins blank Dodgers
Rangers edge Yankees
Phillies hand Nationals first shutout of season
While Joc Pederson and Trayce Thompson are sharing time in center field, Dave Roberts sees it as a way to get the most out of both players.
Bryce Harper is on a one-man mission to make baseball fun again -- for himself, and for everyone who wants to watch or play baseball.
Bryce Harper may see balls in the strike zone just 42.6 percent of the time, but a lot of pitchers 'don't like running from you,' says Dusty Baker.
Having the team's controlling interest be local people could result in improvement on the field for the Mariners.
Cubs ace Jake Arrieta said he finds it "somewhat flattering" that other players question whether he has used PEDs.
When it comes to a team's future, now might be the time to clear some space. Dan Szymborski has a few thoughts on which players are cluttering rosters and need to be shown the door.
Tigers outfielder Tyler Collins, who flipped off and yelled vulgarities at home fans after misplaying a fly ball, was optioned to Triple-A Toledo on Wednesday.
With Shane Greene nursing a blistered middle finger, the Tigers have called up top prospect Michael Fulmer, who could make his major league debut Friday.
Two-time Gold Glove winner Bengie Molina says there should be more opportunities for Hispanic managers, and he'd like to manage one day himself.
Pitching matchups for Red Sox-Yankees this weekend: Friday: LHP Henry Owens (0-0, 8.10) vs. RHP Masahiro Tanaka (1-0, 2.92) Saturday: RHP Rick Porcello (4-0, 3.51) vs. RHP Michael Pineda (1-2, 6.95) Sunday: LHP David Price (3-0, 5.76) vs. RHP Nathan Eovaldi (1-2, 4.38)
So Anibal Sanchez' day ends with a truly bizarre final line -- 5 2/3 IP, 3H, 2R, 7 BB and 9 K -- after 114 pitches. According to ESPN Stats and Info, the highest number of walks the Tigers starter had given up on a day where he had 9 K's or more prior to today was 4.
David Ross put a ball onto the street outside of Wrigley Field on a freezing day for career HR No. 98 Thursday afternoon while Jake Arrieta's home scoreless streak has reached 51.2 innings as the Cubs lead the Brewers in the third inning. Arrieta struggled in the first but has been lights out the last two innings.
Pittsburgh Pirates top pitching prospects Tyler Glasnow and Jameson Taillon are off to successful starts at AAA Indianapolis. Glasnow 2.57 ERA 30 K's 21 IP and Taillon 1.65 ERA 16Ks 16 IP watch for 2nd half impact for Pirates. Neal Huntington Bucs GM told me both could be ready for June. He told me there is a ton of optimism on both right now.
Red Sox lineup for series finale vs. Braves: Betts RF, Pedroia 2B, Bogaerts SS, Ortiz DH, Ramirez 1B, Shaw 3B, Young LF, Bradley CF, Vazquez C, Buchholz
Tigers pitcher Anibal Sanchez records his eighth strikeout as he strands two runners for the A's in the fifth inning. Encouraging sign that he's generating swings and misses. Tigers were really pulling for him to have a strong start today; need him to turn the corner.
Jake Arrieta gave up a broken bat single to Milwaukee lead off man Jonathan Villar so his bid for back to back no hitters ended quickly. Arrieta proceeded to walk two hitters and give up three stolen bases in the first inning but he stranded the bases loaded striking out the final two Brewers. He has a 49.2 inning scoreless streak going at Wrigley Field.
Brewers load the bases with 1 out vs Jake Arrieta, but the ace gets out of it with 2 Ks to keep his home scoreless inning streak intact.
Interesting development in right field. Tigers OF J.D. Martinez has been joined by a flock of pigeons that seemed to be making themselves at home in the air space there. That can't be distracting, right?
Four years ago today, Bryce Harper debuted. His anniversary present? Aaron Nola. Harper is 5-for-7 with two homers against the 22-year old righty, who gets the start for Philly today.