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Why the White Sox are MLB's most interesting (and best) team
  From a rookie with a burger named in his honor to a manager everyone loves to scrutinize, the South Side of Chicago is home to this season's most intriguing club.   Read More
Kelenic brings M's fans to feet with 1st MLB HR
  Hitless in his big league debut, Jarred Kelenic went 3-for-4 in his second game Friday night, including a two-run shot that keyed the Mariners' 7-3 win over the Indians.   Read More
Roberts: Dodgers' Pollock (hamstring) likely to IL
  Los Angeles Dodgers left fielder AJ Pollock is likely headed for the injured list after straining his left hamstring in Friday night's win over the Marlins.   Read More
Big collision sends Dozier to IL; Abreu day-to-day
  Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu and Kansas City Royals third baseman Hunter Dozier both left Game 1 of Friday's doubleheader after they collided in the second inning.   Read More
Ohtani (fatigue) has Tuesday start pushed back
  Shohei Ohtani's scheduled start on Tuesday against Cleveland is being pushed back one to three days due to general fatigue.   Read More
Stanton, Hicks out as Yanks' injury woes mount
  Giancarlo Stanton was scratched from Friday's game due to left quad tightness, and Aaron Hicks' status is in the air after he was diagnosed with a torn tendon sheath.   Read More
Braves: Acuna (ankle) still sore, could return Sat.
  Atlanta Braves star Ronald Acuna Jr. was not in the lineup for Friday's game against the Milwaukee Brewers after injuring his left ankle running to first base on Thursday afternoon.   Read More
3-year evolution of American sports betting: From taboo to revenue
  Ads, media coverage and pingpong -- the sports gambling industry is booming since the Supreme Court decision allowing for its expansion.   Read More
MLB Power Rankings: Who passed the Dodgers for our No. 1 spot?
  For the first time in 2021, L.A. is not at the top of our list.   Read More
'This is just where I belong': Inside Drew Robinson's return to the field
  Thirteen months after he lost his right eye in a suicide attempt, Drew Robinson's home run on Tuesday night -- in the finale of the series in his hometown -- is just the latest miracle in his remarkable journey.   Read More
The State of Baseball: Inside the biggest questions MLB is facing with the future of the sport at stake
  Are games too long? How can baseball maximize its new generation of stars? We dig into the topics that will shape the game far beyond this season.   Read More

 

 
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