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Royals manager Ned Yost was ejected in the first inning after Lorenzo Cain was hit by a Scott Kazmir pitch and both teams were issued a warning by plate umpire Greg Gibson.
After playing Saturday, Yasiel Puig is again out of the lineup as the Dodgers go for the sweep of the Rockies on Sunday.
Washington Nationals center fielder Denard Span has been activated from the 15-day disabled list prior to Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Phillies.
Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco is having his next start pushed back to Tuesday after being hit by a line drive last week.
Blue Jays infielder Devon Travis left Sunday's game after being hit in the left ribs by a pitch, then aggravating the injury when he went back to first base on a pickoff attempt.
Mets reliever Alex Torres, the only major leaguer to wear the first MLB-approved padded pitcher's cap last year, on Saturday became the first to receive and wear the new approved version.
Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop suffered a sprained MCL and a partially torn PCL in his right knee after he awkwardly hit first base late in Baltimore's Friday night loss in Boston.
Matt Carpenter and Mike Trout are two prominent hitters who are seeing the benefits of being more aggressive at the plate so far this season.
A San Francisco Giants fan caught a deflected baseball with his beer cup and made sure not to waste any of the remaining brew.
Yordano Ventura was ejected from Kansas City's 5-0 loss to Oakland after hitting A's third baseman Brett Lawrie with what appeared to be a retaliatory pitch.
Jacob deGrom extended his scoreless innings streak to 18 1/3, and the Mets extended their winning streak to seven games with a 5-4 victory over the Marlins.
Masahiro Tanaka threw seven two-hit shutout innings after allowing seven earned runs in his previous two games.
Kris Bryant had his first two hits, three walks, and his first RBI as the Cubs battled back from a blown save to win.
Martinez went rooting around the sticks and branches and says he found a ball that the ivy never yielded.
What the Orioles have done with their bullpen is what every team tries to do: load up with as many quality arms as possible.
Why has Alex Rodriguez been so hot to start the season? Buster Olney isn't exactly sure, but at this pace A-Rod is setting himself up for quite a summer.
Several individual plays were considered for Play of the Week, but instead the Sport Science team recognized a series of plays by Boston's Mookie Betts and called it our Performance of the Week.
Alex Cora puts Dallas Keuchel as one of the most underrated pitchers in baseball, especially after a strong start to the season.
After another strong start and an ERA still under a half-run per game, David Price is the best pitcher, Alex Cora says, right when the Tigers need him the most.
The champs can't win. The worst road team can't lose. And those are just the highlights of the Strange But True Feats of the Week.
If you look closely at the Opening Day payrolls, you'll notice something amazing. Nearly three-fourths of the franchises started the season with payrolls of $100 million or more.
Jim Bowden says it's never too early to look ahead to the trade deadline, and identifies the names most likely to be hot as July 31 nears.