9/21/2012 | Brewers are Exhibit A for effects of second Wild Card
The Milwaukee Brewers are baseball's hottest team and its most stunning Wild Card contender, and they're Exhibit A in the effects of a second Wild Card.
9/21/2012 | MLB PrePlay offers chance to pick 'em and win
Thousands of Major League Baseball fans have downloaded the MLB PrePlay game for free since its recent release by MLB.com as the latest in a string of popular apps
9/21/2012 | Hunter seeks return to Angels, but will pieces fit?
Torii Hunter wants to return to the Angels next season rather than head elsewhere as a free agent, but there might not be room for him in a crowded outfield.
9/21/2012 | Playoff changes present challenges for managers
The additional Wild Cards mean managers will have to be better prepared than ever before in terms of handling their pitching staffs and bullpens.
9/21/2012 | Plenty of young talent on display at Classic qualifiers
In both Jupiter, Fla., and Regensburg, Germany, some of the game's better prospects will mix with some unaffiliated players for World Baseball Classic qualifying
9/21/2012 | NL MVP vote looks like a choice among three
The Brewers' Ryan Braun, Giants' Buster Posey and Pirates' Andrew McCutchen appear to be the three leading candidates for this year's National League MVP Award.
9/21/2012 | Playoff spot is only first step for Nationals
Although the Nationals clinched a playoff berth on Thursday night, their work is far from over. Manager Davey Johnson's main concern is to win the National League East.
9/21/2012 | Clinch brings back memories of 1933
Much has changed in the 79 long years since the Washington D.C. area last experienced playoff baseball.
9/21/2012 | Surprising squads harken back to the '70s
For much of 2012, it felt like the 1970s all over again, with the colorful Orioles, Athletics and Pirates making bold moves out of nowhere.
9/20/2012 | A lot on the line as Israel, Spain square off
Israel and Spain, the two top teams in the World Baseball Classic qualifying round, will meet at 1 p.m. ET with a guaranteed spot in Sunday's final on the line.
9/20/2012 | Aramis ties Santo for homers by third baseman
Aramis Ramirez hit a milestone home run during a 9-7 win Thursday that meant much more considering the other name in the discussion.
9/20/2012 | Path to the Postseason: Sept. 21, 2012
While many races are still undecided in this year's playoff chase, two things became clear after Thursday's games.
9/20/2012 | Drastic changes could be in store for Marlins
According to Bob Nightengale of USA Today, the Marlins plan to dismiss Larry Beinfest, president of baseball operations, and replace him with Dan Jennings, the team's vice president of player personnel.
9/20/2012 | Hughes second Yankee to fan four in one inning
Phil Hughes became just the second Yankees pitcher to record four strikeouts in an inning on Thursday, doing so in the fourth inning against the Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium.
9/20/2012 | Nationals clinch first trip to postseason
The Nationals are in the playoffs and they were able advance to the postseason on a great effort from left-hander Ross Detwiler, who pitched six solid innings in a 4-1 victory over the Dodgers at Nationals Park on Thursday night.
9/20/2012 | Dodgers fall to three back in Wild Card race
As recently as Wednesday night, the Dodgers enjoyed a brief seven-run outburst. But in true blink-and-you-missed it fashion, Los Angeles' prolonged offensive struggles resumed Thursday night at Nationals Park.
9/20/2012 | Rangers sending Hamilton back to Texas for tests
Josh Hamilton was briefly back in uniform on Thursday and took part in warmups, but the Rangers decided to send him back to Texas for team doctors to examine his sinus infection.
9/20/2012 | GM Dipoto talks Trout, Cabrera, MVP, WAR
Jerry Dipoto believes Mike Trout is the MVP of the American League, but the Angels general manager has high praise for the Tigers' Miguel Cabrera while also questioning whether WAR truly is the be-all and end-all number to determine a player's worth.
9/20/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Thursday, Sept. 20
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out.
9/20/2012 | Farrell: Club had met with Escobar before incident
Blue Jays manager John Farrell informed a group of reporters before Thursday's game at Yankee Stadium that the incident that cost shortstop Yunel Escobar a three-game suspension was not the first time the two have sat down to talk about "issues."
9/20/2012 | Angels again nothing to show for Greinke's dominance
Zack Greinke threw eight dominant innings but Ernesto Frieri again allowed the deciding homer in the ninth, as the Angels fell to the Rangers in a heartbreaker on Thursday night.
9/20/2012 | Former Nationals exec Kasten happy for old club
Stan Kasten was at Thursday night's game between the Nats and Dodgers. Now president and CEO of the Dodgers, Kasten said he is happy for the Nationals, who are close to winning a division title.
9/20/2012 | Konerko gets a day off with minor back injury
Paul Konerko wasn't in the White Sox starting lineup Thursday night, and according to manager Robin Ventura, the first baseman is dealing with a minor back injury.
9/20/2012 | Beltre's big blow finishes what Darvish starts
Yu Darvish pitched eight dominant innings and got the win when Adrian Beltre delivered a tiebreaking, two-run homer in the ninth to flatten the Angels on Thursday night.
9/20/2012 | Cano denies rumor he's facing drug suspension
Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano denied an Internet rumor on Thursday that suggested he was about to be hit with a 50-game suspension for a performance-enhancing drug violation.
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