Game 3 box: '05 Yankees 6, Ex-Yankees 3
Baltimore Orioles reliever Brian Matusz, who was ejected Saturday for using a sticky substance that was on his right arm, was suspended eight games Monday.
Mets third baseman David Wright has been sent to California to work with the staff of back specialist Dr. Michael Watkins.
Cincinnati Reds ace Johnny Cueto had his sore pitching elbow examined Monday after missing a start the previous day.
Mets manager Terry Collins says Matt Harvey may be dealing with apparent arm fatigue, or what Collins called "dead-arm stuff that happens sometimes."
The Yankees honored Bernie Williams prior to Sunday night's game against the Rangers, officially retiring his No. 51 and unveiling his plaque that will reside in Monument Park at Yankee Stadium.
The Reds have put catcher Devin Mesoraco on the 15-day disabled list with a sore left hip that limited him to pinch hitting and being an interleague DH for the past six weeks.
Walt Weiss' job as the Colorado Rockies' manager is secure for now, according to general manager Jeff Bridich.
The Yankees are sliding, Josh Hamilton is returning, and Michael Wacha is in some elite company.
Shane Greene and the Tigers begin a seven-game road trip on the West Coast when they take on the A's in Oakland.
The Angels are footing most of his salary, and a positive environment is what will yield the best results for the former Rangers slugger.
Bernie Williams, himself worthy of Yankee mythology, was always content as a center fielder roaming the distant shadows of Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle.
Sunday's top performances in baseball included another strong start by Michael Wacha, who improved to 7-0 by beating the Royals.
Manager Terry Collins addressed the team after Sunday's loss but rejects a suggestion that the Mets are at a "critical" stretch.
With the Red Sox headed to Minnesota, they hope David Ortiz can handle the Twins the same way Mike Napoli beat up on the Angels.
League-best power, quality relief pitching, and a bit of defense -- add 'em up and you've got the winning formula of the first-place Houston Astros.
Carlos Frias showed why, in an 11-3 loss Sunday, the Los Angeles Dodgers are still in the market for a starting pitcher.
The Chicago Cubs are glad to come home if for no other reason than they won't have to face Arizona's first baseman anymore.
Highlighting the most notable pitching performances in MLB over the past week.
In ESPN The Magazine's Pitchers issue, we quantify, for the first time, the impact of a catcher's game management. Who is MLB's best? The Dodgers' A.J. Ellis.
Jim Bowden lays out the 20 players most likely to be traded by July 31, rating each one on their chances of being dealt and looking at where they might end up.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, major league teams used to score runs. No more. Here's how pitchers have taken over the game.
What is Major League Baseball's biggest obstacle to a 154-game season? It's money, of course.
Keith Law's first mock draft leads off with the Arizona Diamondbacks picking Vanderbilt shortstop Dansby Swanson at No. 1. Where do things play out from there?