8/22/2016 | Mariners make homers count to topple Yankees
Not even a pair of home runs apiece by the Yankees' Gary Sanchez and Starlin Castro could derail the Mariners on Monday night at Safeco Field as Seattle rode a pair of three-run blasts by Kyle Seager and Mike Zunino to a 7-5 series-opening win.
8/22/2016 | Cubs crush 3, cruise as Lester dazzles in SD
The last time Addison Russell and Kris Bryant played at Petco Park was in July when they started for the National League All-Star team. On Monday night, they showed why.
8/22/2016 | NL races in full swing on MLB.TV
Postseason races are heating up, especially in the National League, with several key games on tap today that will have an impact on the playoff picture.
8/22/2016 | 18 teams in the postseason hunt
With 10 postseason spots at stake, as we speak there are at least 18 Major League teams that can fairly consider themselves contenders.
8/22/2016 | Former Padres pitcher Arlin dies at 70
Former Padres and Indians pitcher Steve Arlin has passed away at age 70, according to a release from Ohio State athletics. The right-hander died Wednesday of undisclosed causes.
8/22/2016 | Beninten-D! Boston LF robs Ray of HR
One day after hitting his first Major League home run and triple in the same game, Red Sox left fielder Andrew Benintendi quickly added to his resume Monday night in Boston's 6-2 victory over the Rays.
8/22/2016 | Swanson makes fateful Chase Field debut
Before assuming his role as the Braves' starting shortstop in Monday night's series opener against the D-backs at Chase Field, Dansby Swanson once again displayed the suave poise of a veteran as he was surrounded by Phoenix-based reporters who wanted to know what he was feeling as he prepared to play the team that traded him.
8/22/2016 | Sore Peterson rests in wake of wall-crashing catch
Jace Peterson felt fortunate to awake on Monday morning without a headache or any other concussion symptoms. But because his face, neck and right shoulder were still feeling the effects of colliding with Turner Field's center-field wall on Sunday, the Braves opted to keep Peterson out of the starting lineup for Monday night's series opener against the D-backs at Chase Field.
8/22/2016 | Zastryzny to get looks as setup for Chapman
Newcomer Rob Zastryzny has impressed manager Joe Maddon so much in his two outings that the lefty is in the mix as one of the Cubs' main setup relievers. Maddon has been testing different pitchers in that role since Pedro Strop and Hector Rondon went on the disabled list.
8/22/2016 | Mariners bring back Heredia, put Storen on DL
After seeing a fly ball to left field drop in for a base hit to drive in the go-ahead ninth-inning run in Sunday's 7-6 loss to the Brewers, the Mariners moved to shore up their outfield defense by recalling Guillermo Heredia from Triple-A Tacoma on Monday while placing reliever Drew Storen on the 15-day disabled list with right shoulder inflammation.
8/22/2016 | Pipeline preview: Richmond's Beede seeks fifth straight quality start
Giants No. 2 prospect Tyler Beede is set to start for Double-A Richmond against Erie at 7:05 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV.
8/22/2016 | Seimen away from A's for birth of first child
A's shortstop Marcus Semien was not with the team during Monday's 1-0 loss to the Indians night, as he joined his wife, Tarah, for the birth of their first child, a baby boy named Isaiah.
8/22/2016 | Gomes aims to return for postseason push
Indians catcher Yan Gomes, on the disabled list since July 17 with a shoulder injury, is aiming to return for the postseason push next month.
8/22/2016 | Padres always looking to gain edge on bases
The Padres have ruled the basepaths this season, thanks to a mindset handed down from the coaching staff to the players that emphasizes aggression.
8/22/2016 | Bundy, homering O's right ship with win over Nats
The Orioles entered the series with the Nationals in the midst of a 1-5 homestand that's seen them fall from first place in the American League East to third. In need of a win to stop the slide, rookie Dylan Bundy and Baltimore's power-hitting lineup delivered in a 4-3 win at Camden Yards on Monday night.
8/22/2016 | Carrasco, Santana keep Indians rolling
Carlos Santana's home run, his 27th, in the eighth inning proved to be the only run of the game, as Carlos Carrasco tossed eight scoreless innings for the Indians. Rookie Andrew Triggs was very good as well, tossing six shutout innings for the A's.
8/22/2016 | Sardinas shines with defense in Padres debut
The Padres recalled 23-year-old shortstop Luis Sardinas Monday, and moved rookie outfielder Jabari Blash to the 15-day disabled list with a sprained left middle finger.
8/22/2016 | Ross could return in a relief role this season
Nationals pitcher Joe Ross, who has been on the disabled list since July 2 with right shoulder inflammation, could pitch out of the bullpen later in the season, manager Dusty Baker said Monday.
8/22/2016 | Commish: Little League vital to MLB
The first trip Rob Manfred made after being elected Major League Baseball's 10th Commissioner two years ago was to the Little League World Series. It was an early signal that promoting the game to kids was going to be one of his top priorities.
8/22/2016 | Nelson snaps winless run with victory vs. Rockies
After losing his sixth straight start last week, Jimmy Nelson made the case that he was pitching better than his box scores. On Monday, he could finally let a box score speak for itself.
8/22/2016 | Pollock set to rejoin D-backs this week
Barring any setbacks, D-backs outfielder A.J. Pollock will be back in the Majors this week. His rehab assignment ends on Wednesday.
8/22/2016 | Toles, Segedin mash first big league homers
The last time the Dodgers had four homers in the same inning, first baseman Adrian Gonzalez and manager Dave Roberts were wearing different uniforms.
8/22/2016 | Astros rookie Hernandez playing like veteran
Teoscar Hernandez is giving Alex Bregman a run for his money in terms of which Astros rookie has been the most fun to watch.
8/22/2016 | Kazmir slated to have exam on Tuesday
Coming into Monday's game against the Reds, four of the Dodgers' last eight starters had gone fewer than four innings.
8/22/2016 | Price stifles Rays as Sox join Jays atop East
The Rays entered Monday's series opener against the Red Sox having scored 55 runs in the previous seven games. Apparently the only thing that could cool them off was facing Red Sox lefty ace David Price. The former Rays star pitched eight scoreless innings, allowing just two hits in a 6-2 Red Sox win at Tropicana Field.
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