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  • 'There’s a lot that went wrong': Yanks to miss playoffs for first time since '16

    NEW YORK -- Aaron Judge’s eyes darted from the center of the Yankees’ clubhouse Saturday afternoon, occupying nearly the same swath of carpet where he’d rested 11 months prior. Then, his team had been one of the last ones standing, swept into winter after a lopsided American League Championship Series

  • Jordan Wicks, Patrick Wisdom lead Cubs' sweep of Rockies

    CHICAGO -- The Cubs gave the Wrigley Field faithful one more win to celebrate on Sunday afternoon to close out the final homestand of the regular season. The ballclub will now hope the victory was more of a "see you later," rather than a "see you next year." With a

  • Spring in his step! OF turns on burners for inside-the-parker

    ST. PETERSBURG -- For years, the bounces of Tropicana Field have haunted the Blue Jays. On Sunday, the ballpark finally gave back. George Springer ignited the Blue Jays’ offense with a wild inside-the-park home run in the top of the second inning, capping a five-run outburst. Springer earned every bit

  • Charlie Morton to miss NL Division Series with finger injury

    WASHINGTON -- Max Fried will be available to start for the Braves during their National League Division Series. Charlie Morton will need to wait for the possibility of making a start in the NL Championship Series. Morton was placed on the 15-day injured list with a sprained right index finger

  • Kershaw passes Drysdale for 2nd place in franchise wins

    LOS ANGELES -- For Clayton Kershaw, his final starts of the regular season are played with an eye toward the impending postseason run, a balancing act between getting work in and saving strength for October. Kershaw struck that balance on Saturday night, hurling five scoreless innings in a 7-0 win

  • Reds shocked by Pirates after building early 9-run lead

    CINCINNATI -- For five innings on Saturday, it looked like the Reds were ready to get back on track after an offensive lull and three-game slide. But it very quickly turned into one of the Reds’ most heartbreaking regular-season losses in recent memory. Cincinnati got out to a 9-0 lead

  • Stuck in tight WC race, Marlins piecing it together

    MIAMI -- On a day the Marlins lost ace Sandy Alcantara and rookie Eury Pérez for the remainder of the season, their National League Wild Card hopes appeared to be dimming. While Miami kept pace in the race with a go-ahead run-scoring wild pitch in the eighth inning of the

  • Christopher Morel homers, Javier Assad deals in Cubs' win vs. Rockies

    CHICAGO -- Sitting in the third Wild Card spot, the Cubs have the ability to control their own October fate. On Saturday afternoon, the North Siders pulled off a 6-3 comeback victory over the Rockies to keep their grasp on a ticket to the postseason. - Games remaining (7): vs.

  • Way before 'Coach Prime,' Deion took baseball by storm

    It’s safe to say Deion Sanders has taken the world by storm over the past month. After spending two years as the head football coach at Jackson State, Sanders over the winter accepted the head coaching job at the University of Colorado, where he turned a team that went 1-11

  • Former top prospects Henry Davis, Endy Rodríguez homer in same game

    CINCINNATI -- The Pirates got a glimpse of their future on Friday as promising rookies and former Top 50 prospects Henry Davis and Endy Rodríguez went deep in the same big league game for the first time. The home runs proved to be the difference in a 7-5 win over

  • Chris Sale strikes out seven and Chris Martin gets save in win

    BOSTON -- For the Red Sox, Friday night’s 3-2 win over the White Sox at Fenway Park was mostly about the Chris who started the game and the Chris who closed it out. For Chris Sale, it is all about building momentum for a “normal” offseason, something he’s had too