The Baseball Report: Red Sox In Control As Division Races Heat UpThe Red Sox swept the Yankees to take control in the AL East, as other division races, particularly in the NL, stay competitive.
The Baseball Report: Baseball HOF Inducts Six, Trade Deadline ApproachesThe Baseball Hall of Fame welcomes Chipper Jones, Vladimir Guerrero and others, while contenders stock up for pennant races.
The Baseball Report: Matheny's Out, deGrom's Agent Sends Mets A MessageThe Cardinals fired their manager while the Mets are facing a strong request for a new contract from their ace's agent.
The Baseball Report: All-Star Rosters Announced, Machado Trade Talks Heat UpThe lineups for the Midsummer Classic have been released, and one A.L. starter could be on the move soon.
The Baseball Report: Negro Leagues Baseball Museum Renovation Project VandalizedA cut water pipe led to flooding of two floors of the Buck O'Neil Research and Education Center, delaying the $4 million renovation project.
The Baseball Report: MLB Participates In NYC Pride ParadePlenty of news out of baseball last week, perhaps the biggest was the league participating in the Pride Parade in NYC for the first time.
The Baseball Report: Astros Tie Franchise Record, Bartolo Colon Passes MarichalThe World Series champs have won 12 in a row for the third time in franchise history, while the Rangers big righty passed a baseball legend in wins.
The Baseball Report: Pujols Passes A St. Louis Cardinals LegendThe Angels slugger passed a legend of his former club with an RBI single on Sunday.
The Baseball Report: Mariners Rolling Without CanoWithout their superstar second baseman, the Mariners have kept on winning, hoping to end the franchise's long playoff drought.
The Baseball Report: MLB Attendance Declining, Strikeouts On The RiseAccording to the USA Today, average attendance at games this year was down six percent heading into Memorial Day Weekend.
The Baseball Report: Cano Suspended 80 Games, Cardinals Reliever Hits 105 On Radar GunA busy week in Major League baseball saw the Mariners second baseman suspended and a new king of the fastest pitch crowned.
The Baseball Report: No-Hit Bids On The RisePitchers are taking no-hit bids into the 7th inning or later at a rate we haven't seen since the 1960s.
The Baseball Report: Pujols Gets 3,000th Hit, Kimbrel Fastest To 300 SavesA pair of players hit MLB career milestones over the course of the weekend.
The Baseball Report: Kingham Dazzles In DebutRookie Nick Kingham set an expansion-era record in his MLB pitching debut.
The Baseball Report: Manaea Records First No-Hitter Of SeasonSean Manaea, the 26-year-old Athletics left-hander, threw the first no-hitter of the 2018 season.