Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
Clay Buchholz is headed to the Red Sox's bullpen, manager John Farrell announced Friday.
The summer season at the National Baseball Hall of Fame begins on Saturday with the sixth annual Hall of Fame Classic at Doubleday Field, and it will continue until July 24, when Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza are inducted on the stage behind the nearby Clark Sports Center.
On Friday, one day after D-backs manager Chip Hale acknowledged Shelby Miller was dealing with a lingering finger issue, the D-backs placed the struggling right-hander on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to Wednesday, with a sprained right index finger.
With a little more than a quarter of the season behind them, the Marlins have essentially been treading water in the National League East's four-team logjam.
Second baseman Rougned Odor's eight-game suspension has been reduced by one game to seven, and Odor will begin serving the suspension on Friday night, when the Rangers open a three-game series with the Pirates at Globe Life Park.
Now that we have exit velocity and launch angle, we can start digging into the likelihood of particular batted balls turning into hits. In some cases, the expectation is nearly 100 percent... but it's baseball, so things happen. Here's five unexpected outcomes.
The countdown is over. David Ross hit his 100th career home run on Friday. Cubs players have been counting each one of Ross' homers as he inched closer to No. 100 in his final season. The veteran catcher has announced he will retire at the end of the year, which is his 15th season in the big leagues.
The video scoreboard in left at Wrigley Field took a hit when the Cubs' Jorge Soler crushed a home run off it in the fourth inning on Friday.
Major League Baseball on Friiday decided to uphold its one-game suspension of Jose Bautista for his recent altercation with the Rangers.
The Yankees embarked on a lengthy road trip, and they didn't forget to pack their bats. Joe DiMaggio continued his recent tear at the plate by leading the Yankees with four hits in five trips to the plate, including a three-run home run, his seventh round-tripper of the year, in a pivotal five-run inning.
This rebuilding of the Braves is baseball's version of watching sausages being made. It's not pretty, but it'll taste good in the end. With that big picture in mind, every trade of a Jason Heyward here or a Craig Kimbrel there makes sense.
Phillies prospect Mark Appel, the former No. 1 overall Draft pick who is currently rated the club's No. 4 prospect and the No. 65 prospect in the Major Leagues by MLBPipeline.com, was placed on the disabled list Friday with a right shoulder strain.
The Cubs' Anthony Rizzo got a "mini All-Star break" while Kris Bryant got a chance to break in his first baseman's glove on Friday.
Maikel Franco's prediction was right. The Phillies' third baseman said his right ankle is doing great, and he was in Friday's lineup against the Cubs just as he said he would be after exiting Wednesday's 8-5 win against the Tigers.
She's throwing out the first pitch, too.
The premise for a small-budget baseball team with questionable offseason upgrades is that everything -- especially the big stuff -- has to go right. But for the Cleveland Indians, some of the big stuff has gone absolutely, positively wrong. And yet, here they are, half a game out of first place in the American League Central entering Memorial Day weekend.