Rick Porcello tossed his first complete game as a member of the Red Sox and got some help on homers from Xander Bogaerts and Jackie Bradley Jr. in a 6-2 win over the Angels on Friday night at Angel Stadium.
Believe it or not, coming into Friday night, Joe Mauer had as many walk-offs in his 13-year career as MVP awards: one.
In the lead-up to Monday's non-waiver Trade Deadline, teams can upgrade any number of ways. It doesn't have to be as ridiculously obvious as the Cubs taking their need for lefty relief help and turning it into Aroldis Chapman.
It's the final days before Major League Baseball's non-waiver Trade Deadline on Monday, and as of Friday night, the roster remained the same for the White Sox.
Two picks at a time, Graham Manning is approaching two Beat the Streak milestones.
The Rays are hard to beat when they get pitching and the long ball. And that's exactly the recipe they used Friday night to defeat the Yankees, 5-1, at Tropicana Field.
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The Tigers welcomed the Astros to Comerica Park by putting up Minute Maid Park-type numbers, crushing Houston pitching for nine runs on 11 hits through the first two innings en route to a 14-6 win Friday night.
Another day, another monstrous offensive performance for Eloy Jimenez. The Cubs' No. 3 prospect was at it again on Friday night as he delivered the first grand slam of his career as well as a pair of doubles in what was his third four-hit game of the season.
Some runs are more eventful than others.
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The Indians' offense looked lost for most of Friday night against A's right-hander Kendall Graveman. A defensive miscue by Oakland, followed by a handful of key hits, helped Cleveland turn things around in a hurry in a 5-3 comeback win at Progressive Field.
It's the final weekend before Monday's non-waiver Trade Deadline, and there's a number of starting pitchers taking the mound today who have been cropping up in Major League Baseball's rumor mill.
Right-hander Edinson Volquez looked toward the sky when asked what suddenly came over the Royals in the last two months, a span in which they went from first to fourth place in the American League Central, losing 31 of 50 games.
The battle for first place in the American League East is officially on after Toronto pulled within a half-game of the Orioles on Friday night. The Blue Jays inched even closer to the top spot in the division after a 6-5 victory over Baltimore at Rogers Centre.
While Vince Velasquez auditioned for the crowd of scouts that came to see him at Turner Field on Friday night, Tyrell Jenkins provided a more encouraging glimpse of his potential as a starting pitcher and helped the Braves claim a 2-1 win over the Phillies.
Right-handed reliever Scott Oberg extinguished the Mets' hopes in a hurry during Friday night's 6-1 Rockies victory at Citi Field. With the Rockies leading, 3-1, Oberg entered after Jake McGee had given up two singles to start the eighth inning. Three pitches later, the inning was over.