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Star-studded Padres and Mets square off in wild-card round

For two teams that finished second fiddle in their divisions, the Padres and Mets bring an awful lot of star power into the playoffs More »


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MLB crowds jump from '21, still below pre-pandemic levels

Major League Baseball wasn’t able to coax fans to ballparks at pre-pandemic levels this season, though attendance did jump substantially from the COVID-19 affected campaign in 2021 More »


MLB's postseason is here: A guide to the 12-team playoffs

Major League Baseball’s postseason has a little more heft this year More »


Manoah, Blue Jays vs Castillo, Mariners in playoff opener

There’s a whole lot riding on Alek Manoah’s first career playoff start, but the Toronto Blue Jays All-Star right-hander isn’t the least bit fazed about facing the Seattle Mariners in Friday’s wild-card opener More »


MLB velocity, shifts set records; average lowest since 1968

Higher velocity and increased shifts led to the major league batting average dropping to More »


Fan who caught Aaron Judge's 62nd HR offered $2M for ball

The owner of a sports memorabilia auction house says he has offered $2 million to the fan who caught Aaron Judge’s American League-record 62nd home run More »


Arraez, McNeil win batting titles, Judge misses Triple Crown

Minnesota’s Luis Arraez finished with the lowest average for an American League batting champion since 1968, and the Mets’ Jeff McNeil won the National League title More »


Royals fire manager Mike Matheny after 65-97 end to season

The Kansas City Royals fired manager Mike Matheny and pitching coach Cal Eldred on Wednesday night, shortly after the struggling franchise finished the season 65-97 with a listless 9-2 loss to the Cleveland Guardians More »


The Kansas City Royals have fired manager Mike Matheny and pitching coach Cal Eldred

The Kansas City Royals have fired manager Mike Matheny and pitching coach Cal Eldred More »


Mattingly wins his last game as Marlins manager, tops Braves

Don Mattingly went out as a winner in his final game as Miami’s manager when rookie Peyton Burdick homered and drove in four runs to lead the Marlins over the NL East champion Atlanta Braves 12-9 More »


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