- Gordon Edes
There is whole lot of baseball still to be played. But that doesn't mean it's too early for these five contenders -- including the Red Sox and Pirates -- to worry.
Alex Cobb has experienced a setback in his recovery from a forearm injury, further delaying his return to the Tampa Bay Rays' rotation.
Nationals infielder Anthony Rendon will have to wait to resume his minor league rehab stint after being diagnosed with an oblique strain.
General manager Jon Daniels is ready for a more critical look at the last-place Texas Rangers.
The Miami Marlins have released catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia. He was designated for assignment April 27, even though he had nearly two seasons left on the $21 million, three-year deal.
Robinson Chirinos hit a tiebreaking sacrifice fly in the ninth inning, and the Texas Rangers snapped Houston's 10-game winning streak with a 2-1 win over the Astros on Monday night.
The Milwaukee Brewers have named Craig Counsell as their new manager on Monday less than 24 hours after firing Ron Roenicke.
Giants right fielder Hunter Pence, who suffered a broken left forearm during spring training, took batting practice Monday and is close to beginning a rehab assignment.
Jim Bowden outlines four potential trades for A's starter Scott Kazmir, deals that involve the Cardinals, Dodgers, Red Sox and Giants.
The reigning NL MVP is allowing home runs at a much greater rate this season. Should the Dodgers be concerned about their ace?
This year's draft class is one of the weakest in recent memory, but there's a lot of depth in the middle infield -- starting with a high school shortstop from Florida.
It will take a minor miracle for Red Sox left fielder Hanley Ramirez not to miss extended time after reinjuring his left shoulder on Monday.
After the New York Yankees' 3-1 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays, Joe Girardi was left to answer why he took out his starter after seven innings.
San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner tops tonight's list.
Tony Cruz lined a two-run double in the bottom of the seventh to fuel a four-run rally for the Cards, who got a Mark Reynolds grand slam while trailing 5-0 in the first.
Mike Napoli embodies the Boston Red Sox's philosophy of smart, aggressive baserunning, as his ability to take the extra base is strong.
In-season changes at the top aren't easy, but they have paid off on occasion, including a few World Series titles.
The Yankees and Red Sox took aim at each other Sunday night -- a baseball tradition that needs to be ejected from the game.
Roenicke is the guy being hung out to dry for players and problems that were almost entirely beyond his control.
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