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Arizona Fall League shut down for 2020

The Arizona Fall League, which has been an early launching pad for some of baseball's best players, will not operate in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a Baseball America report. More »


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Cubs to activate LHP Quintana with eye toward playoffs

The Chicago Cubs will give left-hander Jose Quintana a second chance to jump-start his season when they activate him from the injured list Tuesday to start against the Pittsburgh Pirates. More »


Braves LHP Hamels goes to IL, expected to miss playoffs

The Atlanta Braves placed left-hander Cole Hamels on the 10-day injured list Monday, with The Athletic reporting the veteran will not be available for the upcoming playoffs. More »


Rockies shut down ailing Arenado

The Colorado Rockies placed Nolan Arenado on the 10-day injured list with a left shoulder injury on Monday, likely ending the season of their star third baseman. More »


Walsh's grand slam propels Angels over Rangers

Jared Walsh hit a grand slam to highlight a seven-run fourth inning and the Los Angeles Angels took three of four from the Texas Rangers with an 8-5 win on Monday afternoon in Anaheim, Calif. More »


MLB Results

Sep 21 (Stats Perform) - Results from the MLB games on Monday (home team in CAPS) More »


Blue Jays' Giles to undergo Tommy John surgery

Toronto Blue Jays right-hander Ken Giles will undergo Tommy John surgery, the team announced Monday. More »


Dodgers reinstate OF Pederson; RHP Buehler close

The Los Angeles Dodgers will beef up their roster in advance of the playoffs, activating outfielder Joc Pederson from the family medical emergency list, while right-hander Walker Buehler is close to returning as well. More »


Giants DFA veteran 1B Smoak

First baseman Justin Smoak was designated for assignment again this month when he was cut loose by the San Francisco Giants on Monday after outfielder Alex Dickerson was activated from the paternity list. More »


Phillies OF Harper (back) returns to lineup

Bryce Harper's lower back stiffness did not keep him out for long as he was in the Philadelphia Phillies' starting lineup Monday as the designated hitter. More »


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