9/25/2016 | Ross, Lester key Cubs' 99th win
David Ross and Jon Lester combined to lead the Cubs to a 3-1 victory over the Cardinals on Sunday night to set a franchise record in home wins at Wrigley Field at 57. It also was Chicago's 99th win overall, tops in the Major Leagues. St. Louis remained a half-game out of the NL Wild Card picture.
9/25/2016 | Statcast of the Day: Seager does it all for LA
At just 22 years old, Corey Seager has emerged as the Dodgers' best player and perhaps one of the best players in the National League. The way Seager has played so far beyond his age in 2016, it shouldn't come as a surprise that he led his team to its biggest win of the season Sunday.
9/25/2016 | Bullpen of the Week: LA relievers deliver title
On the night of June 26, when Clayton Kershaw made his final start before hitting the disabled list, the Dodgers trailed the Giants by eight games in the National League West.
9/25/2016 | Scully hits all the right notes in farewell
At the end of the day, Vin Scully asked the crowd to indulge him a personal moment. This is how he would leave Dodger Stadium on Sunday afternoon for the final time as the voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
9/25/2016 | Unlikely cast lifts LA to 4th straight crown
Not since the last Dodgers World Series squad of 1988 has Vin Scully called a more improbable first-place team than the 2016 edition, which clinched a fourth consecutive division title Sunday.
9/25/2016 | Tribe seeks division crown on MLB.TV
The Indians have a chance to clinch the American League East tonight when they open a four-game series on the road against the Tigers, who are in contention for an AL Wild Card spot.
9/25/2016 | Padres' comeback hurts Giants' playoff standing
Generating a fraction of the offense they produced Saturday, the Giants concluded their two-city, seven-game trip with a 4-3 loss to the San Diego Padres, who emerged with a series split that dented San Francisco's postseason hopes.
9/25/2016 | Crew duo, Cards trio in line for big days at plate
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9/25/2016 | Red Sox hurlers enjoy history-making K-day
A combination of five Red Sox pitchers made history Sunday, striking out 23 batters in Boston's 3-2 extra-inning win over the Rays while breaking a couple of records along the way.
9/25/2016 | Fun-loving Decker revels in Israel's ride to WBC
Cody Decker is a career Minor Leaguer who finds joy in everything he does in life. A Jewish kid, who grew up Santa Monica, Calif., and still lives there, Decker found plenty of joy this week playing third base for the victorious Israelis in the Brooklyn World Baseball Classic qualifier.
9/25/2016 | September callups roundup
With the calendar flipping to September, each team has the opportunity to expand its roster. Here's a look at the top prospects teams have called up since rosters expanded.
9/25/2016 | Walker gets win with heavy heart for Fernandez
Like the rest of Major League Baseball, Taijuan Walker competed with a heavy heart on Sunday, battling through a 4-3 win over the Twins just hours after learning that Marlins ace Jose Fernandez had died in a boating accident in Miami.
9/25/2016 | Ol' reliable: O's bullpen dominates D-backs
The Orioles' bullpen has been as reliable as they come in September. They showed why again Sunday. Called on in the sixth inning to protect a one-run lead, the bullpen shut down the D-backs in a 2-1 win.
9/25/2016 | Party delayed as Tribe looks ahead to key series
White Sox starter Carlos Rodon handcuffed the Tribe's bats and cost the Indians the chance to wrap up an American League Central crown by dealing them a 3-0 defeat on Sunday afternoon at Progressive Field.
9/25/2016 | Mariners keep pace in WC race, beat Twins
Time may be running out on the Mariners playoff chances, but they kept hope alive with a 4-3 victory over the Twins on Sunday behind a trio of home runs by Nelson Cruz and Jesus Sucre at Target Field.
9/25/2016 | Former Marlins GM Jennings: Jose 'a throwback'
Jose Fernandez had talent that dazzled almost everyone. To some of the people who knew him best, though, it was the laughter and energy and happiness they'll remember forever.
9/25/2016 | Astros dig in for big series vs. Mariners
The Astros, three games back of the Orioles for the second Wild Card spot in the AL, open an important three-game series against the Mariners on Monday. Seattle is a half-game ahead of Houston.
9/25/2016 | Israel drops Great Britain for 1st Classic berth
Team Israel has reached a goal it has been pursuing for the past four years. The Israelis have made it to the elite 16 of the World Baseball Classic, vanquishing an extra-inning elimination loss that has haunted them since 2012.
9/25/2016 | Giants hope Cueto can return for Rockies finale
Right-hander Johnny Cueto will test his strained left groin muscle in a throwing session Tuesday at AT&T Park, which will determine when and if he rejoins the Giants' starting rotation.
9/25/2016 | Taken far too young, Fernandez not alone
Tragedy struck the baseball world early Sunday morning, when 24-year-old Marlins ace Jose Fernandez, along with two other people, died in a boating accident in Miami Beach. The Marlins organization and the rest of the Major League Baseball community were left to grieve the loss of a player with All-Star personality and talent.
9/25/2016 | Fernandez fondly recalled by fellow Cubans
The tragic news of Jose Fernandez's death spread quickly across the pitcher's two beloved countries, whose relations have grown closer over the past year -- the United States and Cuba. The reaction was the same: Disbelief. Sadness.
9/25/2016 | Family, friends celebrate Yogi at N.J. museum
Yogi Berra was as beloved in Montclair, N.J., as he was in the Bronx. Berra and his wife, Carmen Berra, moved their family to the hilly suburb in 1959, eight World Series titles and three Most Valuable Player Awards already under his belt. Berra spent nearly the next six decades there, raising his family, mentoring kids at summer camp and greeting trick-or-treaters at the door on Halloween.
9/25/2016 | Red Sox K record 11 straight, win 11th in row
Rays catcher Luke Maile had three chances to tag Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia out at plate in the 10th inning, but he avoided the tag twice -- despite being beaten by more than 15 feet on a relay throw from the outfield. On the third try, Maile tagged Pedroia, but the ball came loose. And David Ortiz's last hit at Tropicana Field will go down as a game-winning double as Boston beat the Rays, 3-2, in 10 innings on Sunday afternoon.
9/25/2016 | Vinning tribute! LA walks off to clinch West
The Dodgers gave Vin Scully a championship sendoff in his final Dodger Stadium broadcast, as reserve Charlie Culberson blasted a two-out walk-off home run in the bottom of the 10th inning on Sunday to clinch a fourth consecutive National League West crown with a 4-3 win over the Rockies.
9/25/2016 | V-Mart's slam jump-starts Tigers' rally
Victor Martinez hit his fifth career grand slam in Sunday afternoon's 12-9 loss to the Royals at Comerica Park, helping the Tigers cut a 7-0 deficit to 7-4.
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