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MLB Team News

  1. Cody Bellinger and Christian Yelich are in an NL MVP battle for the ages. Whom do we favor? Plus, the aces and rookies most likely to raise the hardware in 2019.
  2. The Dominican Republic's lead prosecutor said former Red Sox slugger David Ortiz was not the intended target of a shooting at a nightclub in his hometown on June 9.
  3. A day after breaking his nose when he bunted a ball off his face in batting practice, Nationals ace Max Scherzer threw seven shutout innings Wednesday night in a 2-0 win over the Phillies that completed a sweep of the day-night doubleheader.
  4. Cubs manager Joe Maddon wondered what's going on with the baseball this season, after his team and the White Sox combined to hit five homers in the first four innings on Wednesday.
  5. Dodgers pitcher Rich Hill left Wednesday's start against the Giants with left forearm discomfort and will go on the injured list, manager Dave Roberts said.
  6. Rays left-hander Blake Snell was pulled Wednesday against the Yankees after walking four, giving up two hits, being charged with six runs and getting just one out in the shortest start of his career.
  7. CC Sabathia, seven weeks after becoming the 17th pitcher in big-league history to record 3,000 strikeouts, has added his name to the list of 48 pitchers to have registered 250 wins in a career.
  8. Max Muncy's exchange with Madison Bumgarner added a spark to Dodgers-Giants and a slogan to the California lexicon.
  9. Five years to the day since the Dodgers' ace no-hit the Rockies, he's still dominating despite some concessions to age.
  10. The Yankees' outfield is getting crowded, with Stanton and Judge returning, but Maybin's power surge might be enough to keep him in New York.
  11. Giancarlo Stanton, Edwin Encarnacion and soon Aaron Judge. The Bronx Bombers figure to be living up to their name with a frighteningly powerful lineup.
  12. If Masahiro Tanaka's two-hitter Monday and the couple of games before that are an indication of where New York's pitching is headed, watch out.
  13. Let your voice be heard and then tune in to The 2019 ESPYS presented by Capital One on July 10 on ABC!
  14. Let your voice be heard and then tune in to The 2019 ESPYS presented by Capital One on July 10 on ABC!
  15. Let your voice be heard and then tune in to The 2019 ESPYS presented by Capital One on July 10 on ABC!
  16. Let your voice be heard and then tune in to The 2019 ESPYS presented by Capital One on July 10 on ABC!
  17. We started with eight teams on Saturday. Now we're down to five. Here's how we rank them after nine games.
  18. What's next for the freshman star after his no-hitter in the super regionals? He gets a chance to move Vandy one step closer to a College World Series title.
  19. Every June the College World Series turns a Nebraska city into the epicenter of the baseball universe. This year, MLB joined the fun. The result? A unique window into the game at every level.
  20. "It gives us a lot of punch to start the game." Schwarber isn't a traditional top-of-the-order hitter, but the Chicago slugger is finding success in his second attempt in the role.