While the MLB postseason was on hiatus due to Tuesday’s National League Division Series presented by T-Mobile rainout, many of baseball’s future stars took the field for the beginning of this year’s Arizona Fall League slate.
The Brewers on Monday announced enhanced job titles for three of general manager David Stearns and assistant GM Matt Arnold’s top lieutenants: Karl Mueller was promoted to vice president of player personnel, Matt Kleine to director of baseball operations and Scott Campbell to special assignment scout.
Three pitchers were summoned to Indians manager Terry Francona’s office on Tuesday afternoon. Francona wanted to tell them together. Dan Otero, Nick Goody and Zach McAllister, who were a key part of one of the best bullpens in baseball this year, would not be on the Tribe’s American League Division Series roster.
With the Astros’ 3-2 win over the Red Sox on Friday, they joined the Dodgers and Indians in reaching the 100-victory mark, making 2017 the sixth season in Major League history in which three teams have won 100 games.
With a division title within reach and the postseason just over a week away, Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell updated the statuses of three banged up players following Tuesday's 9-5 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays. Outfielder Mookie Betts, who was removed from Monday's game in the eighth inning with a sharp pain in […]
Brewers manager Craig Counsell stirred at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday and checked his cell phone for the score of the late-night Rockies game.
For the Twins’ trio of stars born in Puerto Rico — Jose Berrios, Eddie Rosario and Kennys Vargas — the threat of Hurricane Irma’s landfall on the island is something that weighed heavily on them as they prepared for Tuesday night’s game against the Rays.
September has arrived, and the Indians are taking full advantage of the expanded roster — which allows clubs to keep up to 40 active players — by making a flurry of moves that pushed the roster to 34 members.
Hat trick, Kendrys Morales! #Crushed pic.twitter.com/xh98vHhIAL — MLB (@MLB) September 1, 2017 Kendrys Morales cranked more home runs on the last day of August than he did during the rest of the month. The Toronto Blue Jays slugger broke out of a bad slump in a big way Thursday, connecting on three home runs in […]
Scooter Gennett’s ascension to the National League’s upper crust of infielders continued Thursday, when he hit his career-high 23rd home run off NL Cy Young candidate Jacob deGrom in the Reds’ 7-2 win over the Mets at Great American Ball Park.
Jorge Polanco, Kennys Vargas and Eddie Rosario homered to back a strong effort from right-hander Kyle Gibson and carry the Twins to a 4-1 win over the White Sox on Tuesday night at Guaranteed Rate Field. It helped the Twins remain in the second AL Wild Card spot ahead of the Angels.