Thanks to more clutch hitting from Francisco Lindor, the Indians rolled to an 8-4 win over the Royals on Saturday at Progressive Field.
As the first-place Cubs look to solidify their standing in the NL Central, they’ll need to take advantage of an unknown quantity Wednesday night in Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey. Left-hander Jon Lester will take the mound for Chicago.
Matt Carpenter reached base five times, Yadier Molina knocked in three runs and Paul DeJong finished a triple shy of the cycle as the Cardinals topped the Reds to remain two games back of the Cubs in the NL Central Division. Zack Cozart had a home run in the first for the Reds, his 20th […]
Steven Brault and the Pirates spoiled what was supposed to be a happy homecoming for the Brewers, who fell flat in a 7-0 loss to Pittsburgh on Monday in their return from a weekend sweep of division-leading Chicago.
Two starters who weren’t quite in their teams plans when Spring Training broke but are figuring significantly during a Wild Card battle in September are set to face each other when the Angels and Mariners wrap their three-game series in Safeco Field on Sunday afternoon as Parker Bridwell faces Erasmo Ramirez.
For the second time in two starts since being traded to Seattle, Mike Leake allowed two runs in the first inning. And, like his first start with his new club, it didn’t come back to haunt him.
Baltimore’s aspirations for one of the American League Wild Card spots were dealt a blow following a 7-2 loss to Toronto on a rainy Saturday night at Camden Yards.
Twins third baseman Miguel Sano, out since Aug. 19 with a stress reaction in his left shin, has yet to begin baseball activities and is making slow progress with the injury, manager Paul Molitor said Tuesday.
Giancarlo (aka “Cruz”) Stanton’s quest for 50 home runs continues during the final day of Players Weekend on Sunday as the Marlins close a three-game set with the Padres at Marlins Park.
The Cubs have certainly had to scrape and fight for their wins the last couple of days. Trailing twice to the Reds, a four-run seventh inning and five-run eighth helped Chicago emerge with a 13-9 victory — its fourth in a row.
Pittsburgh right-hander Trevor Williams will start for the Pirates against Dodgers lefty Rich Hill in Wednesday’s third game of the four-game series.
A week ago, Pirates fans might have thought they’d get a chance to see Cody Bellinger hit and Yu Darvish pitch on Tuesday for the Dodgers. Instead, Bellinger is still nursing a sprained right ankle and Darvish is on the disabled list.