Hours after being named National League Player of the Week, Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton took another step towards being the Player of the Month.
Collin McHugh, making his fourth start of 2017, was roughed up by the White Sox on Wednesday night at Guaranteed Rate Field, allowing seven runs over 5 1/3 innings as the Astros fell, 7-1.
Ryan Zimmerman has spent a lot of time on the top step of the home dugout at Nationals Park lately. He keeps putting himself atop the local record books, and the fans keep summoning him to that top step for a curtain call.
The calendar has turned to August, but that didn’t slow Mariners lefty James Paxton’s roll as he tied a franchise record by winning his seventh consecutive start in Friday’s 5-2 victory over the Royals.
With the Twins desperate for a win and looking for offense after getting shut out by the Padres on Tuesday, veteran right-hander Ervin Santana did it all against San Diego on Wednesday.
Royals second baseman Whit Merrifield recently accomplished something only six other players in the history of Major League Baseball have been able to do: In his first 162 games, Merrifield had 175-plus hits, 80-plus runs scored, 40-plus doubles and 20-plus steals.
In his first save opportunity since returning from a left forearm issue, Orioles closer Zach Britton set the American League record for consecutive saves with No. 55 in a 9-7 victory over the Astros on Sunday at Camden Yards.
Shin-Soo Choo blooped an opposite-field RBI single with one out in the ninth inning, and left-hander Cole Hamels was dominant through 7 2/3 innings for the Rangers in a 1-0 win over the Royals on Saturday night at Kauffman Stadium.
Astros outfielder George Springer did it again.
Mark Buehrle takes in the moment as the Chicago White Sox officially retired his No. 56. (White Sox on Twitter) The Chicago White Sox always do it big when it comes to jersey retirement ceremonies. Saturday was no different as the club lavished Mark Buehrle with the best possible gifts before adding his No. 56 […]
For the past 12 years, one of the worst-kept secrets in Chicago sports was that Mark Buehrle had enjoyed a few cold ones before recording a save in the 2005 World Series. It was talked about among sportswriters, mentioned on Chicago White Sox fan message boards and even confirmed by his pitching coach Don Cooper […]
The Blue Jays’ road to .500 will continue for at least a couple of more days. Toronto dropped to 0-8 when trying to reach the .500 mark and the club has been outscored, 62-20, in those games. The latest one took place Tuesday night in a 6-1 loss to the Rangers.