Khris Davis and Marcus Semien each hit a two-run homer to back Mike Fiers, and the Oakland Athletics beat the New York Yankees 6-4 on Wednesday night.
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Buster talks to Bleacher Report's Scott Miller about the evolution of Clayton Kershaw, how the Dodgers will manage their playoffs rotation, the significance of Carlos Correa's injury and more (13:12). Plus, "Hembo Knows" (31:24) and the latest Power 10 (38:16).
Matt Olson and Mark Canha hit back-to-back homers in the first inning to lead the Oakland Athletics over the New York Yankees 6-2 Tuesday night for their fifth win in six games.
With balls flying out of stadiums at a record pace, we look at each franchise's all-time greatest long ball moments, from David Ortiz and Ken Griffey Jr. to B.J. Upton and Mike Hampton.
A bunch of second-stringers, some pretty good, some just OK, some barely hanging on in the sport, got their chance to save the most first-string franchise in baseball -- and they did it. Here's how they defied the odds.
Trevor Rosenthal, who missed all of last season after having Tommy John surgery and was struggling with the Nationals this season before being released, has reached a deal with the Yankees, sources told ESPN.
There's a big shuffle up top as we spotlight each team's key player heading toward the stretch run.
Buster talks to Tim Kurkjian about Brian Snitker's decision to pull Ronald Acuna Jr., the severity of Chris Sale's elbow injury and the Yankees' ongoing feud with umpires (14:36). Plus, a quick interview with Anthony Rizzo (35:00) and "Cap Talk" with Todd Radom (38:02).
Mike Clevinger struck out 10 in five shutout innings, Mike Freeman had three extra-base hits and the Cleveland Indians tamed the New York Yankees 8-4 Sunday for a four-game split between AL pennant contenders.
Pushing an increasing share of the workload onto the bullpen has hurt relievers' performance and created questions for contenders.
Three members of the Yankees were ejected in the sixth inning Saturday with Brett Gardner getting tossed for banging his bat on the dugout ceiling and CC Sabathia getting run while on the injured list.
Manager Aaron Boone, Brett Gardner and the New York Yankees again hammered away at the umpires, this time in prolonged rants that brought several members of the team spilling onto the field, while beating the Cleveland Indians 6-5 Saturday.
Mariano Rivera, who was celebrated for his Hall of Fame induction Saturday, said "It's time for the championship to go back to New York."
Veteran play-by-play announcer Michael Kay, who had surgery to remove a nodule from his vocal cord in early July, is returning to the Yankees' broadcast booth Saturday.
Yankees manager Aaron Boone wouldn't mind seeing the MLB consider a "mercy rule," saying it would be nice to end a game that had gotten out of hand early rather than go through the motions of completing nine innings.
Masahiro Tanaka pitched effectively into the seventh inning, Aaron Judge broke out of his slump with two hits and two runs, and the New York Yankees rebounded from their worst home loss of the season with a 3-2 victory over the Cleveland Indians on...
It's all over social media and on T-shirts worn by players and sold in the team store. So why did the skipper's rant turn into a rallying cry? You can thank a guy called Jomboy.
Jose Ramirez hit two early homers, including his first career grand slam in a seven-run opening inning, and the Cleveland Indians pummeled the New York Yankees 19-5 on Thursday night in the start of a four-game series between American League pennant...
The Yankees hope Giancarlo Stanton, sidelined nearly all season, can return sometime in September.
The three heavyweights atop the standings have separated themselves from the rest of MLB. Which is the best bet to win it all, and can anyone stop the superteam trio?
It was a demolition of epic proportions, 16 consecutive wins and a 17-2 season series record. Here are the highlights (or lowlights) of the Bronx Bombers' beatdown.