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Mike Rizzo's Contract Option Exercised by Nationals: Latest Details and Reaction

A strong start to the 2016 season has bought Mike Rizzo extra job security, as the Washington Nationals exercised their general manager's contract option Saturday, according to Bill Ladson of MLB.com. Per Ladson, Rizzo's option, which will keep him with the Nationals through 2018, had to be picked up by June 15. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com

David Ortiz Passes Ernie Banks, Eddie Mathews for 22nd Place on MLB's HR List

Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz hit the 513th home run of his career during the bottom of the third inning of Saturday's game against the Houston Astros. The solo shot moved him past Hall of Famers Ernie Banks and EddieShow More Summary

Logan Forsythe Injury: Updates on Rays 2B's Shoulder and Return

Tampa Bay Rays second baseman Logan Forsythe has been placed on the disabled list as he nurses a left shoulder injury. Continue for updates. Forsythe Diagnosed with Hairline Fracture in Shoulder Blade Saturday, May 14 The Tampa Tribune's...Show More Summary

Michael Brantley Injury: Updates on Indians Star's Shoulder and Return

Cleveland Indians left fielder Michael Brantley is dealing with a shoulder issue that saw him land on the disabled list on Saturday. It's unclear when he'll return to the field. Continue for updates. Brantley Placed on DL Saturday, May...Show More Summary

5 Biggest Takeaways from Week 6's MLB Action

Arms stole the headlines in baseball this week. We’re talking arms of all sorts, that is—left, right, starters and relievers. The value of those arms was topical. Questions about where some ranked among the greatest were asked. ThenShow More Summary

Mark Canha Injury: Updates on Athletics 1B's Hip and Recovery

Oakland Athletics first baseman Mark Canha was diagnosed with a hip impingement Friday, three days after the team placed him on the disabled list because of hip and back issues, according to MLB.com's Jane Lee. Continue for updates. Canha...Show More Summary

Luis Severino Injury: Updates on Yankees Pitcher's Triceps and Return

New York Yankees starting pitcher Luis Severino made an early exit from his start against the Chicago White Sox on Friday after suffering a triceps injury. He's been placed on the disabled list, per Jesse Spector of Sporting News. Continue...Show More Summary

What's Next for Jose Reyes, Rockies Following MLB's 52-Game Suspension?

The MLB announcement Friday said Jose Reyes can come back to the major leagues on June 1. Too bad it's not June 1, 2011. Reyes had real value then, as a.335 hitter and a speedy shortstop who was one of the game's most exciting players. Show More Summary

Andrew Cashner Injury: Updates on Padres Pitcher's Hamstring and Return

San Diego Padres starting pitcher Andrew Cashner will be placed on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to May 9 after suffering a right hamstring strain, manager Andy Green announced Friday, per the team's official Twitter account. Cashner is 2-3 this season with a 4.93 ERA. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com

Jose Reyes suspended by MLB through May 31

Rockies SS won’t appeal suspension without pay under Major League Baseball’s domestic violence policy.

Jose Reyes Suspended by MLB: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

Major League Baseball has suspended Colorado Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes without pay through May 31 after he was ordered to stand trial on domestic abuse charges, according to ESPN's Buster Olney. Yahoo Sports' Big League Stew provided the league's official statement Friday, which confirmed the unpaid suspension is retroactive to Feb. Show More Summary

Bryan Price, Ross Ohlendorf Suspended: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price and pitcher Ross Ohlendorf were each suspended by Major League Baseball on Friday for their actions in Wednesday's 5-4 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates. The league announced Price was fined and suspended for one game, and he will serve the suspension Friday. Show More Summary

Matt Bush Called Up from Double-a Frisco by Texas Rangers

Matt Bush, the first overall pick in the 2004 MLB draft, is reportedly set to finally complete his long and winding road to the major leagues after being called up by the Texas Rangers on Friday. TR Sullivan of MLB.com first reported word of the potential promotion, and Jon Morosi of Fox Sports confirmed the roster move. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com

Kyle Lohse to Rangers: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

After having one of the worst seasons in his MLB career, Kyle Lohse will look to rebound with the Texas Rangers. According to Jon Heyman of MLB Network, Lohse and Texas agreed to terms on a deal. Joel Sherman of the New York Post confirmed...Show More Summary

Jose Reyes Trade Rumors: Latest News, Speculation on Rockies SS

As Colorado Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes braces for a potential suspension, rumors are swirling regarding potential interest in the veteran on the trade market. According to ESPN's Buster Olney, teams have shown a willingness to acquire...Show More Summary

One Roster Move Each MLB Team Must Make ASAP

At this point in the MLB season, no team feels completely comfortable with its roster, and there is always tinkering to be done in an effort to get the best 25 guys in the big leagues. Even if the big league roster is relatively solid,...Show More Summary

Playing Fact or Fiction with MLB's Biggest 2016 First-Quarter Breakouts

Crazy as it sounds, we've nearly reached the first-quarter mark of baseball's regular season. It's still early, of course—we've got just over two weeks to go before Memorial Day hits—and a lot can and will change between now and theShow More Summary

Are the Phillies Really 2016 Contenders or Just Ahead of Schedule in Rebuild?

The Philadelphia Phillies were supposed to be easy to ignore in 2016. They were supposed to be bad, and that was supposed to be that. But instead, here we are in the middle of May, wondering if they're actually this good. Following a...Show More Summary

MLB Team of the Week: Max Scherzer, Jackie Bradley Jr. and Ryan Braun Star

First, let's get this out of the way: Bartolo Colon didn't make the MLB Team of the Week. Despite launching his first career home run —a moment the Internet was created to celebrate —the 42-year-old New York Mets right-hander was edged...Show More Summary

Clayton Kershaw Sets Dodgers Record with 5 Straight Starts of Double-Digit K's

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw continued to be in top form, posting his fifth straight start with at least 10 strikeouts in a 5-0 win over the New York Mets on Thursday. Kershaw is the first Dodgers pitcher since 1913 to...Show More Summary

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