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J.D. Martinez Injury: Updates on Tigers Star's Elbow and Return

Detroit Tigers star J.D. Martinez suffered a right elbow injury that forced the power-hitting outfielder to leave Thursday's game against the Kansas City Royals in the second inning. X-rays revealed a fracture, and the team placed him on the disabled list. Show More Summary

Wilmer Flores Injury: Updates on Mets 3B's Hand and Return

New York Mets third baseman Wilmer Flores suffered a hand contusion Thursday after being hit with a pitch by Minnesota Twins pitcher Ricky Nolasco. However, he's ready to return. Continue for updates. Flores Active vs. Braves Saturday,...Show More Summary

Jansen Set to Pass Eric Gagne as Dodgers' All-Time Saves Leader

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Kenley Jansen enters the week needing just one more save to pass Eric Gagne for sole possession of first place on the franchise's all-time saves list, per MLB Stat of the Day. Though only 28 years old andShow More Summary

Cubs Hold 2nd-Largest Division Lead on June 19 in Division Era

The Chicago Cubs enter Monday's game against the St. Louis Cardinals with a 12.5-game lead in the National League Central, making them just one of four teams in the divisional era (since 1969) to hold a lead of 10 or more games by June...Show More Summary

MLB Power Rankings: An Updated Look at Where All 30 Teams Stand

The first day of summer is here, and the MLB landscape continues to shift on a weekly basis as teams look to establish themselves as bona fide contenders. At this point, the Chicago Cubs remain in a tier of their own at the top, butShow More Summary

Fantasy Baseball Waiver Wire: Top 10 Pickups for Week 12

The fantasy baseball waiver wire can't stay hot forever. Through hot streaks, call-ups and role changes, a steady stream of worthwhile free agents circulate on a regular basis. Yet an upgrade isn't always available at no cost, and there's no law requiring fantasy players to pick someone up every week. This might be a week to lay low. Show More Summary

The Road to Intimidation: How Noah Syndergaard Built the Legend of Thor

NEW YORK — The legend of Thor began with a single pitch. It wasn't the first pitch Noah Syndergaard ever threw in the major leagues. It wasn't even a strike, although that was kind of the point. It wasn't supposed to be a strike. ItShow More Summary

Jon Jay Injury: Updates on Padres OF's Arm and Return

San Diego Padres center fielder Jon Jay left Sunday evening's game against the Washington Nationals after suffering a right forearm contusion, the team announced. Continue for updates. Jay's Status Unkown Sunday, June 19 Jay was hitShow More Summary

Mallex Smith Injury: Updates on Braves OF's Thumb and Return

The Atlanta Braves announced outfielder Mallex Smith exited Sunday's 6-0 victory over the New York Mets due to a fractured left thumb. Continue for updates. Smith Hit by Pitch From Antonio Bastardo in 7th Inning Sunday, June 19 Smith...Show More Summary

Tyler Chatwood Injury: Updates on Rockies SP's Back and Return

Colorado Rockies starting pitcher Tyler Chatwood has landed on the disabled list with a back injury, Nick Groke of the Denver Post reported Sunday. Colorado has recalled Scott Oberg from the minor leagues to take his spot on the roster. Chatwood has been Colorado's ace this season with an 8-4 record and 3.15 ERA. More to follow. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com

Biggest MLB Duds of Week 11, Position by Position

Rookie of the Year candidates, current (and former) All-Stars and high-paid veterans litter Week 11's All-Dud team. Once again, the funk proved it doesn't care about a player's track record of success, how much money he makes or howShow More Summary

Dexter Fowler Injury: Updates on Cubs OF's Hamstring and Return

Chicago Cubs outfielder Dexter Fowler left the field during Saturday's 4-3 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates with right hamstring discomfort. Continue for updates. Fowler Undergoing Further Evaluation Sunday, June 19 The Cubs' official...Show More Summary

Tim Lincecum's 'Freak' Days Are Over, but His Career Still Has Life

One year, one hip surgery, six-and-a-half months on the open market and three minor league starts since the last time he toed a major league mound, Tim Lincecum sent a message Saturday: The Freak lives. The Los Angeles Angels signed Lincecum last month hoping the veteran right-hander could be a pick-me-up for their injury-battered starting rotation. Show More Summary

Canadian hall is an emotional homecoming for foreign stars: Griffin

Former Expos ace Dennis Martinez overwhelmed by the international stars who came before him.

Takeaways from MLB Week 11

Injuries, as they say, are part of the game. But we can all agree they're never the good part. This week, the Pittsburgh Pirates placed pitcher Gerrit Cole and catcher Francisco Cervelli on the 15-day disabled list. The New York Mets...Show More Summary

Michael Saunders' 3-HR Burst Showcases Driving Force Behind Resurgent Blue Jays

The Toronto Blue Jays always had this in them, and it's why they always had to be considered a serious factor in the American League East. Michael Saunders always had this in him, too, and it's why the Blue Jays wanted to get him. It's...Show More Summary

Ted Williams 'Would Have Loved' David Ortiz Hitting Home Run No. 521

"The greatest hitter who ever lived" gave Claudia Williams a batting clinic that spanned two decades. The only surviving child of Boston Red Sox Hall of Famer Ted Williams has emerged as a caretaker of his magnificent and complicated legacy. Show More Summary

Hot MLB Prospects on the Cusp of MLB Breakthroughs

MLB teams can't count on prospects flying in from the minor leagues to save the day. Last year's influx of talent spoiled baseball fans. Kris Bryant, Carlos Correa, Francisco Lindor and Noah Syndergaard wasted no time assimilating to the big leagues, instead offering All-Star production from Day 1. Show More Summary

Top Cubs Prospect Ian Happ Strives for MLB Dream in Memory of Father

SALEM, Va. - It’s been a wondrous 53 weeks for 2015 Chicago Cubs first-round draft pick and Myrtle Beach Pelicans second baseman Ian Happ on the baseball diamond. Sunday delivers a poignant reminder of his greatest personal loss offShow More Summary

MLB Betting Preview: Detroit Tigers vs. Kansas City Royals Odds, Analysis

Few pitchers in baseball have been better than Michael Fulmer (7-1, 2.52 ERA) of the Detroit Tigers (34-32) lately, as the rookie has been nearly unhittable over his past four starts en route to a personal five-game winning streak. Fulmer...Show More Summary

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