Astros use late charge to down O's|
Evan Gattis's two-run base hit capped a four-run seventh inning as the Houston Astros defeated the Baltimore Orioles, 5-2, in the opener of a four-game set at Minute Maid Park. Full Story
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|Harper, Bryant meeting|
highlights NL youth
Michael Rushton - MLB Contributor
Bryce Harper is nine months younger than Kris Bryant, but the young Washington Nationals superstar is quite the major league veteran compared to his Chicago Cubs counterpart. The two also grew up near each other in Las Vegas, so this week's series between the... Full Story
|Donaldson selected for|
AL weekly honor
Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson was named the American League Player of the Week on Monday.
Donaldson led all major leaguers last week with six home runs... Full Story | Reds' Frazier earns NL Player of Week
|Royals still dominating AL|
Five members of the defending champion Kansas City Royals remain front-runners for starting positions in the latest American League All-Star balloting release.
Catcher Salvador Perez has collected the most votes among AL players with 2,681,003, with... Full Story
|Brewers send Davis to DL with knee injury|
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Khris Davis was placed on the 15-day disabled list Sunday because of a knee injury.
Davis suffered torn meniscus in his right knee during Saturday's game while striking out... Full Story
|Nationals place Strasburg on DL|
The Washington Nationals have placed right-hander Stephen Strasburg on the 15-day disabled list with neck tightness.
Strasburg was removed from Friday's start against the Cincinnati Reds in the second inning. He is 3-5 with a 6.55 ERA in 10 outings this season. Full Story
|Astros' Feldman placed on DL|
The Houston Astros placed right-handed starter Scott Feldman on the 15-day disabled list after he underwent knee surgery Friday morning.
Feldman tore his right medial meniscus fielding a ground ball in Tuesday's start against Baltimore, but he ended up recording a win with one run allowed... Full Story
|A-Rod continues to surprise|
The biggest surprise in baseball isn't the Houston Astros or the New York Mets.
It's not even the Minnesota Twins, although if they are still doing what they are doing a few weeks from now, they just might be. Right now, though, there is nothing more eye-opening than what Alex... Full Story