MLB's Worst Teams: Reasons For HopeSome MLB teams are already looking to next season and beyond, but even their fans have something to be hopeful about.
Chapman's Homer In 8th Lifts A's Past Royals 3-2Marcus Semien didn't have much time to think after making a diving stop on Salvador Perez's sharp grounder in the eighth inning.
Kansas City Royals Become First Team To Sign A Player With AutismTarik El-Abour is not a Major League Baseball player yet, but his signing by the Kansas City Royals marks a historic first for the national pastime.
5 Things: Two Playoff-Bound Teams Soaring HighThe Arizona Diamondbacks and the Cleveland Indians are in the midst of double-digit winning streaks, while the Los Angeles Dodgers finally get a dose of reality. Here's what you might have missed last week in MLB action while you were enjoying a very hot Labor Day Weekend.
Joyce's 3-Run Double Rallies A's Past Royals 10-8Matt Joyce hit a three-run double off Minor to cap a six-run eighth inning and the Oakland Athletics rallied past the Royals 10-8 on Tuesday night.
5 Things: A's, Giants Split 2017 Bay Bridge Series While Dodgers Continue To RollEven though Oakland and San Francisco are not having good seasons, the two teams still provide plenty of excitement when they get together on the diamond like they did last week in the Bay Area. Oh, and the Dodgers could be historically good in 2017, too.
5 Things: Win Streaks Out West For Colorado And HoustonMajor League Baseball loves its win streaks: Just ask the Oakland Athletics. This year, however, and more specifically, last week, it was two other teams out West that put together the impressive consecutive wins to grab the nation's attention.
5 Things: A Tale Of Two Cities, From First To WorstJust a few seasons ago, the Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants met in a epic, seven-game World Series. After last week in Major League Baseball, they are the worst two teams in baseball.
VIDEO: Royals Fan Fight Goes ViralThe fight took place in Kansas Tuesday night,
Giants Activate C Buster Posey From Concussion ListThe Giants activated catcher Buster Posey from the seven-day concussion list and designated backup catcher Tim Federowicz for assignment before Tuesday night's game against the Royals.
30 Players: Royals Deciding How To Utilize Top Prospect Matt StrahmThe Royals look to make a return to the postseason and will hope to get some help from one of their young pitching prospects.
Fantasy Baseball’s Version Of The Final Countdown Is Upon You NowThere’s just one more week to go in the 2016 Major League Baseball regular season, and if you’ve been hanging in there all season with a chance still to make some noise in your fantasy league, pay attention very closely to what’s going on in MLB this week.
Fantasy Baseball’s Version Of The Final Countdown Is Upon You NowThere’s just one more week to go in the 2016 Major League Baseball regular season, so pay attention very closely to what’s going on in MLB this week.
5 Things: Big Comebacks, Motown Perfection And A Triple PlayThe week leading up to the Major League Baseball non-waivers trade deadline was as wild as any other week of the season, but every moment seems more magnified as the 2016 regular season enters its final third. There was no shortage of amazing baseball last week, starting with big comebacks and a fun triple play.
5 Things: All-Star Home Runs To Remember And A Giant NightmareMiami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton put on the kind of power display in the All-Star Home Run Derby baseball fans only have dreamed about, while San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Johnny Cueto didn't fare so well in the actual game itself. Coming out of the All-Star break, the Marlins used Stanton's momentum to win two of three against the St. Louis Cardinals over the weekend, while the Giants fell into a funk in San Diego, losing three straights to the Padres.