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MLB Team News

  1. Buying a change of clothes at the airport, racing to the park, then being told to get ready to hit minutes later? Welcome to the majors, Mr. Chavis.
  2. Los Angeles Angels slugger Albert Pujols took another step up the leaderboard with his 1,992nd career RBI on Saturday night, tying Babe Ruth for fifth place in baseball history.
  3. Gio Gonzalez has opted out of his minor league deal with the Yankees, giving the team 48 hours to release or add him to the major league roster. In 15 innings at Triple-A, Gonzalez is 2-1 with a 6.00 ERA.
  4. Yankees star Aaron Judge will undergo an MRI after injuring his oblique on a single during Saturday's game vs. the Royals. The Yankees already have 12 players on the injured list.
  5. Second-base umpire Jeff Nelson put a swift end to a fan's romp around the field during Saturday's Blue Jays-A's game, grabbing the man and flinging him to the ground.
  6. Blue Jays starter Matt Shoemaker had to be helped off the field after suffering a left knee sprain during a rundown in the third inning Saturday against the Athletics.
  7. Erik Gonzalez and Starling Marte of the Pirates were both injured after crashing into each other while chasing a softly hit ball.
  8. Shortstops Jean Segura and Scott Kingery and relief pitcher Victor Arano were placed on the 10-day injured list.
  9. A year ago, Danny Farquhar was pitching for the White Sox when an aneurysm burst in his brain. Here's how he and those around him recall that fateful day, his recovery -- and his return to the mound.
  10. Set your lineups for the week ahead in fantasy baseball with our pitcher rankings, hitter ratings and more.
  11. You don't have to look hard to find hitters and pitchers who are off to fantastic starts to the 2019 season, but which ones will last, and which are fool's gold?
  12. Cubs manager Joe Maddon said injured ace Jon Lester looked "very good" in a simulated game and said it's possible the left-hander could return from his hamstring injury as soon as the team's next series.
  13. A run of extensions has changed the course of free agency. But these big names remain --- and here's where they could fit.
  14. Another home run celebration led to a hit by pitch and the benches emptying, a tired scene MLB needs to clean up as it targets a younger audience.
  15. The Red Sox only wish they could cure their horrible start with a couple of aspirin and a long nap. History shows that's not the case.
  16. Sometimes, you just want to be anonymous. Ballplayers reveal to us the counterfeit careers they've created to conceal their identities away from the diamond.