Nationals ace Max Scherzer missed the first two games in their National League Division Series against the Cubs due to a hamstring injury, but he's slated to start Monday's Game 3. Scherzer left his final start of the regular season after just 3 1/3 shutout innings due to hamstring tightness.
After the Nationals took a lead in the first inning of Saturday’s Game 2 of the National League Division Series presented by T-Mobile, which the Cubs lost, 6-3, Willson Contreras tied it with a home run that was plenty high and just deep enough.
Prior to Saturday night’s game against the D-backs, the Royals honored third baseman Mike Moustakas for his single-season franchise home run record (38).
Joey Gallo hit a 2-run homer off of A’s starter Daniel Gossett in the second inning on Saturday for his 40th of the year to give the Rangers a 2-0 lead.
Two hours before Masahiro Tanaka walked to the mound for his final start of the regular season, Yankees manager Joe Girardi said that he was not considering it a postseason audition of sorts, only hoping that the right-hander would be able to take something positive out of the effort.
You might say Hunter Renfroe eclipsed both one of the oldest and newest records in the Padres’ record book with his 25th homer Monday night.
Move over, Mark McGwire. There’s a new home-run titan in the rookie record books. [Now’s the time to sign up for Fantasy Football! Join for free] New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge hit his 49th homer in the third inning Monday, tying McGwire’s MLB rookie mark set in 1987, then followed that up with his […]
Judge rules over MLB mark for rookie homers
Mark McGwire might want to say some final words to the MLB rookie home-run record. It may not be his much longer. [Now’s the time to sign up for Fantasy Football! Join for free] New York Yankees slugging rookie Aaron Judge is now one homer away from tying McGwire’s record after he crushed two more […]
Lucas Duda blasted a Statcast-projected 375-foot home run to give the Rays their 217th home run of the season, breaking the franchise record for homers set last season.
The White Sox pushed across runs on a bases-loaded walk in the second inning and a bases-loaded double play in the third, and seven relievers stifled the Astros’ offense to lead the White Sox to a 3-1 win Thursday night at Minute Maid Park.
Another day, ANOTHER homer for @DidiG18. pic.twitter.com/DPEcKfah7u — MLB (@MLB) September 17, 2017 Didi Gregorius has matched Mr. November. The New York Yankees' Dutch shortstop crushed his third home run in as many days Sunday, sending a wall-scraper to right field off Baltimore Orioles starter Ubaldo Jimenez in the second inning. Gregorius' longball, his 24th […]