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Steve Clevenger Suspended: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

The Seattle Mariners announced they have suspended catcher Steve Clevenger without pay for the remainder of the regular season after he sent a series of offensive tweets on Thursday night. "The Seattle Mariners are very disappointedShow More Summary

MLB Free Agency 2016-17: Early Look at One Realistic Fit for Every Team

There is still an exciting month of playoff baseball separating us from what promises to be another busy offseason around the league, but it's never too early to start looking ahead at how free agency might play out. This year's free-agent...Show More Summary

Is Arrieta, Lester or Hendricks Cubs' Most Deserving 2016 Postseason Ace?

There's a saying in baseball: "A team never wants to lead the league in meetings." The implication being that when a club holds a meeting, it's almost universally to discuss what is going wrong and how to repair it. But teams rarelyShow More Summary

MLB Team of the Week: Gary Sanchez, Hanley Ramirez and Trea Turner Star

The marathon MLB season has been reduced to a sprint. For the clubs still in the hunt, every game matters—a lot. For Bleacher Report's MLB Team of the Week, on the other hand, all that matters is the recent past. Here are 10 playersShow More Summary

Justin Verlander, Tigers Are Dangerous Wild Card in Potential 1-Game Playoff

If the season ended Thursday, the Detroit Tigers would own the American League's second wild-card slot. And they'd be one dangerous wild card. After sweeping a doubleheader from the Minnesota Twins on Thursday, Detroit sits at 82-70,...Show More Summary

David Price leads Red Sox to eighth straight victory

Beat Orioles 5-3; Boston has won eight straight to open a 5 ½-game lead over idle Toronto in the AL East.

Mariners Investigating Steve Clevenger for Controversial Tweets

The Seattle Mariners are reportedly “looking into” catcher Steve Clevenger for controversial tweets he posted regarding the civil unrest in Charlotte, North Carolina, per Jon Humbert of KOMO 4 in Seattle. Humbert shared a screen capShow More Summary

Starlin Castro Injury: Updates on Yankees 2B's Hamstring and Return

New York Yankees second baseman Starlin Castro has not appeared in a game since Sept. 17 because of a hamstring injury, but manager Joe Girardi said he could take the field again this season, per Bryan Hoch of MLB.com. Continue for updates. Castro Rode Stationary Bike Thursday, Sept. Show More Summary

Masahiro Tanaka Injury: Updates on Yankees Star's Elbow and Return

New York Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka has suffered a flexor mass injury, Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News reported Thursday. Continue for updates. Tanaka to Miss Monday's Start Thursday, Sept. 22 Feinsand reported Tanaka,Show More Summary

Gary Sanchez part of youth invasion jolting Yankees fans

For once, the Bronx Bombers showed patience with prospects, instead of throwing money at yesterday’s players, and it’s paid off.

Bryce Harper, Nationals GM and Trainer Reportedly Meet to Discuss Injury Rumors

Following a report that a shoulder injury has hampered Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper, the reigning NL MVP reportedly denied any issues in a closed-door meeting with management Tuesday. SI.com's Tom Verducci wrote Tuesday...Show More Summary

Key X-Factors That Will Determine Who Clinches MLB's Final 2016 Playoff Spots

Baseball doesn't get much better than this. With just over a week left in the MLB regular season, we have 12 teams within five games of a playoff berth—and a three-way tie in the National League wild-card race. Tell us again how baseball is boring, haters. For most of those teams, their destinies are in their own hands. Show More Summary

MLB Playoff Picture 2016: Predicting Wild-Card Races and Potential Bracket

When MLB added a second wild-card spot for each league in 2012, this is exactly what it wanted. Less than two weeks remain before the 2016 season ends, but all four bids in the American League and National League Wild Card Games are still up for grabs. Show More Summary

B/R MLB 300: Ranking the Top 25 Second Basemen of 2016

With catchers and first basemen in the bag, the B/R MLB 300 now turns its attention to second base. We have 25 second basemen to get to, and this year we'll be scoring them differently than in the past. Second base has experienced aShow More Summary

Gary Sanchez's MLB Superstar Breakout Just the Start of an All-Star Future

There's a New York Yankees coach named Tony Pena. He was an All-Star catcher when he played in the major leagues, the only All-Star catcher ever born in the Dominican Republic. When you ask him why there's only been one, he first says,...Show More Summary

Red-Hot Red Sox Emerging as Alpha Dog in AL Playoff Picture

As the National League continues to leave no doubt about who its World Series favorite is, the American League may finally be settling on one of its own. The Boston Red Sox. The Red Sox are rolling, folks. Hanley Ramirez's dramatic home...Show More Summary

Gary Sanchez Becomes Fastest Player to Hit 19 HR in MLB's Modern Era

New York Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez is having a better start to his career than anyone in baseball history. The rookie hit his 18th home run of the season Wednesday night against the Tampa Bay Rays, making him the fastest to reach that mark in the modern era, according to Andrew Marchand of ESPN.com. Show More Summary

Adam Jones Comments on Camden Yards Attendance for Red Sox Series

The Baltimore Orioles are in a fight for the playoffs, but the fans haven't been around to witness it. Outfielder Adam Jones voiced his displeasure Wednesday with the lack of attendance at Camden Yards, per Eddie Matz of ESPN.com: It's sad. Show More Summary

David Ortiz Passes Dave Kingman for Most HRs by a Player in His Final Season

Fact: David Ortiz hit his 36th home run of the season in the Boston Red Sox's 5-2 win over the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday, passing Dave Kingman for the most home runs by a player in his final season. Bleacher Report will be bringing...Show More Summary

Updated 2016 MLB Playoff Odds with 2 Weeks Remaining

Roughly two weeks are left in the 2016 MLB regular season, and while the playoff picture is taking shape, there is still a lot to be decided before October. The American League is home to 10 teams that can call themselves legitimate contenders. Show More Summary

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