The Recap brings you some West Coast love, plus everything else you need to know about what happened Thursday in MLB action.
It’s nearly Memorial Day, but the Los Angeles Dodgers most of us expected might have finally shown up. That, plus everything else you need to know.
George Springer did something for the Astros in nine innings Monday night that the great Joe Morgan needed 12 to accomplish in 1965.
Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, sometimes it rains, and sometimes you score enough to win four and five games and come away with a doubleheader split.
Ronald Acuna Jr. — what did you do now? Plus whatever else you need to know from Thursday.
If they continue to mash and rake like this, the Boston Red Sox need a catchy nickname like “Bronx Bombers.”
A detailed daily rundown for the results of Thursday, notably the Angels putting it to the Royals behind Shohei Ohtani and friends, and Joe Mauer collecting a special trophy from a big milestone.
If you missed the day in baseball, read this, and then you can say you didn’t miss a thing.
Daniel Murphy is out for Opening Day, the Angels have faith in Shohei Ohtani, and the Pirates get a new Bae.
The first rule of tampering is never talk about another team’s player coming to yours: A lesson Aaron Judge of the Yankees now understands after MLB admonished him for “encouraging” Manny Machado to leave the Orioles.
Mike Moustakas still hasn’t found a team, and Brian Dozier is making plans to hit the market after the 2018 season.
Jake Arrieta remains on the free-agent market, and a surprise team is “monitoring” his status.
Pittsburgh hasn’t done much, Jake Arrieta and the Phillies are talking, and Madison Bumgarner is ready for a big payday.
Russell Wilson was traded to the Yankees, Tim Lincecum is making another comeback, and it might be 1995 all over again.
Eric Hosmer wants more than seven years and Yu Darvish is holding out for … something.
J.D. Martínez está esperando más dinero y Christian Yelich no quiere quedarse en Miami.