The slumping New York Yankees have lost four straight and eight of nine. What gives? One problem is errors. The Yankees just can't overcome them.
Hyun-Jin Ryu said Friday that he has known since his initial physical for the Los Angeles Dodgers before the 2013 season that he had a torn labrum in his left shoulder.
Gerrit Cole struck out 10 over 8 1/3 dominant innings to outduel New York Mets rookie Noah Syndergaard and lift the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 4-1 win Friday.
Two-fifths of the Marlins' rotation -- right-handers Henderson Alvarez and Mat Latos -- went on the disabled list Friday.
Los Angeles Dodgers catcher Yasmani Grandal left Friday night's game against the San Diego Padres and was given concussion tests after being struck in the mask with both a bat and a foul ball.
What began as "A-Rod Juice Box" promo night for a Tampa Bay Rays minor league team quickly became Apology Night.
Seeking help for a struggling offense, the Red Sox recalled Rusney Castillo, who batted eighth and played right field Friday.
Royals DH Kendrys Morales had two homers and all five RBIs against the Cardinals in a Show-Me State series opener featuring the best two records in baseball.
It's a fine line between disaster and joy for the Dodgers these days. Their offense has made for some treacherous footwork for starting pitchers.
The Boston Red Sox's veneer of pending respectability is shattered in what was easily their worst inning this season.
Jeff Samardzija settles into a groove and delivers the kind of outing the Chicago White Sox hoped they would get from the right-hander.
Manager Joe Girardi said the Yankees could put the injured Masahiro Tanaka back in their rotation after just two rehab starts.
What is Major League Baseball's biggest obstacle to a 154-game season? It's money, of course.
Despite losing to the Pirates, Noah Syndergaard will stay in the Mets' rotation, saying he's looking forward to his next start.
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.
Paul Konerko, who will have his number retired by the White Sox on Saturday, says he has no regrets about stepping away from baseball.
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 Wall Street Journal report shows that participation in youth baseball appears to be in heavy decline.
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?