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Fan falls to his death during Atlanta Braves game

A man in his early 60s died after falling from Turner Field’s upper deck into the lower-level stand near to where players’ wives and families sit.

Do bigger crowds at Blue Jays’ games lead to better performance?

The Jays were welcomed home this weekend from their recent road trip with another round of sellouts, as excitement builds for the franchise’s first pennant race in 22 years.

Pennsylvania punches ticket to Little League final in front of 46,000 fans

Lewisberry will play undefeated Tokyo for the World Series championship Sunday.

Francona won’t opt out if Shapiro leaves Indians for Blue Jays

Manager says he joined Indians because of relationship with president, general manager.

Pennsylvania team enjoys home-field advantage at Little League World Series

Local fans have shown an outpouring of support, but some go too far, leading opposing 12- and 13-year-old players to describe them as mean, rude and like “my mother when she’s mad.”

A look at baseball injuries from foul balls and broken bats

Teenager Alan Fish, hit by a ball in the temple in 1970, was the only spectator to die from being hit by a foul in MLB’s long history.

Blue Jays’ Jose Bautista ends Sportsnet boycott

The Jays’ all-star right fielder says his conflict with Sportsnet is “resolved” and “we’re moving on.”

Houston has no problem crushing Yankees

Dallas Keuchel (15-6) held New York scoreless for the second time this season and became the first 15-game winner in the American League.

Three key questions across MLB as pennant races heat up

While Toronto obsesses over whether Donaldson should be AL MVP over Trout, there are plenty of other matters in doubt across the majors with six weeks left to play.

Beltran the hero as Yankees shut out Astros

Andrew Miller (2-2) pitched the ninth in helping the Yankees hand the AL West leaders their 18th road loss in their last 22 away games.

Hip, hip, Jorge: Yankees retire catcher Posada’s No. 20

The catcher was known as the fiery member of the 'Core Four,' which also included Derek Jeter, Andy Pettitte and Mariano Rivera.

No-no Fiers: Astros starter throws no-hitter

Mike Fiers had never gotten an out in the ninth inning in his five-year career, until Friday.

Former Blue Jay Norris placed on DL by Detroit Tigers

Prized prospect left Wednesday's game in Chicago with oblique strain, innings after hitting a home run in his first big-league at-bat.

Building a winner: Cardinals thrive yet again as baseball’s best

Despite multiple injuries to key players, St. Louis has the best record in MLB thanks to lesser-knowns stepping up

Former Blue Jays pitcher Daniel Norris hits homer in first MLB at-bat

Detroit Tigers starter slugs a two-run homer during interleague play at Wrigley Field in Chicago. He is the 19th pitcher to hit a home run in his first at-bat in the big leagues.

New Boston Red Sox president Dave Dombrowski ‘not here to blow it up’

“They have a lot of good people here,” former Tigers boss says as he begins assessing talent on and off the field

Boston Red Sox hire Dave Dombrowski as president

Team adds former Detroit Tigers general manager to front office. GM Ben Cherington, who put together World Series-winning team in 2013, to depart organization.

Blue Jays notebook: Michael Saunders shut down for the season

Meanwhile, Devon Travis, out since July 29 with a shoulder injury, is making slow progress.

Yankees pitcher Bryan Mitchell nailed in head by line drive

Rookie sustained nasal fracture against Minnesota Twins, forced to leave game with a bloody towel over his face.

CC Sabathia says role in Toronto nightclub row ‘a bad decision on my part’

New York Yankees starting pitcher involved in altercation following Friday night’s win over Blue Jays.

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