Braves win NL East again, chase waterfall
Folty continues comeback effort; McCann hits 2-run HR in clincher: 'This organization means the world to me'
ATLANTA -- The Braves have extended the trend of winning the National League East every year Tiger Woods has won The Masters, and they have now started their own “tradition unlike any other” by taking their celebration to the waterfall located beyond SunTrust Park’s center field wall.
After bathing in
Gleyber slips, stays in, exits with leg weakness
Boone says star infielder will be examined, likely OK
NEW YORK -- Gleyber Torres is the only remaining position player from the Yankees' Opening Day lineup to have avoided the injured list, and as the club prepares for its most important games of the season, his teammates are hoping that the standout infielder's good fortune will continue.
With Red Sox out, no repeat champ for another year
Boston's elimination means there will be a new WS winner for another year
For the 19th straight season, there will be a new World Series champion.
The Red Sox, who won last year's Fall Classic, were eliminated from postseason contention on Friday when Cleveland beat the Phillies, 5-2, ending any chance of Boston making the Wild Card Game. So the 2019 World Series
Anderson helps Crew move up in playoff chase
Right-hander throws 6 scoreless; Counsell wins 400th game as skipper
MILWAUKEE -- The Brewers beat the Padres on Thursday afternoon, affording anyone interested the opportunity to watch the opener of a supercharged four-game series between the Cardinals and Cubs that night. Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell instead kept tabs on high school football. Counsell can hear the sounds of his alma
Nats still see 'chance to do something special'
With NL East out of reach, Washington hangs on to top WC spot
MIAMI -- During Friday’s pregame media scrum at Marlins Park, Nationals manager Dave Martinez acknowledged the difficulty of staying clear of scoreboard watching, especially while he was away from the club.
"You hear it every day, 24/7 and everything," Martinez said. "You can't go on Google without it popping up.
'Incredible' Bieber keeps Tribe tied for Wild Card
Indians win 5th straight to remain deadlocked with Rays for final spot
CLEVELAND -- Heading into the 2019 season, many were projecting a breakout sophomore campaign for Shane Bieber, and the 24-year-old has done just about everything he can to live up to those expectations.
Bieber tossed 7 1/3 solid frames Friday night, allowing two runs on seven hits with seven strikeouts
deGrom throws gem to keep Wild hopes alive
McNeil, Rosario take Reds ace Castillo deep before Alonso's 50th HR
CINCINNATI -- Jacob deGrom didn’t feel great in the bullpen prior to his start on Friday night at Great American Ball Park, but he admitted that is not unusual for him this season.
“Last year, it seemed like every time I took the ball, I felt really good,” deGrom said.
CC set for 2 relief auditions; Stanton on track
'Whatever they have in store,' Sabathia says of postseason role
NEW YORK -- CC Sabathia has toiled on a big league mound for 3,576 1/3 regular-season innings, plus 129 1/3 more in the playoffs. All but four of the outs he has recorded have come as a starting pitcher, and as the left-hander enters the final weeks of his career,
D-backs shut down Marte (back) for 2019
Weaver to face Padres in his first start since May
SAN DIEGO -- The 2019 season is over for D-backs All-Star Ketel Marte, who was diagnosed with a stress reaction in his back.
“Good prognosis,” D-backs general manager Mike Hazen said. “The treatment is rest for the early part of the offseason. We expect a full recovery.”
Marte was leaned