The Dodgers continued their historic 2017 run, using a five-run eighth inning to beat the White Sox, 6-1, on Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium, becoming the first team since the 2004 Cardinals to be 50 games over .500.
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The loss of Don Baylor has been felt around baseball for almost a week, during which time the Rockies have been on the road. Now back home, the club honored the organization’s first manager prior to Monday’s series opener vs. the Braves.
Kyle Freeland returns to the Rockies’ rotation Tuesday night against the Braves after needing just the minimum 10 days on the DL for a groin strain. Atlanta also sends out a rookie, left-hander Sean Newcomb, for his 12th start of the season but first at Coors Field.
Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado thought his left hand was broken Sunday, but it felt good enough Monday that he took dry swings and hit off a tee and against soft-toss in the Coors Field batting cage.
Rockies right-hander Chad Bettis wasn’t defeated by testicular cancer, and he wouldn’t let the Braves beat him Monday night. He threw seven scoreless innings, and the Rockies came through when Charlie Blackmon tripled and scored in the eighth inning for a 3-0 victory at Coors Field.
Rockies right-hander Chad Bettis — after a nine-month fight with testicular cancer — channeled a range of emotions Monday night, holding the Braves scoreless for seven innings in Colorado’s 3-0 win.
Jose Pierla had a two-run single as part of a four-run sixth and Cory Spangenberg slugged his third home run in the last two games as the Padres raced past the Phillies in Monday’s opener. Rookie Rhys Hoskins slugged his first two big league home runs and Odubel Herrera extended his career-best hit streak to […]
Austin Hedges notched his fourth multi-hit game in August, knocking in a pair of runs as the Padres topped the Phillies in the series opener on Monday.
Rookie right-hander Dinelson Lamet will try to extend the longest run of success in his career when he and the Padres face Mark Leiter Jr. and the Phillies on Tuesday at Petco Park.