MLB Suspends Roberto Osuna 75 Games
Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna has been suspended for violating MLB's domestic violence policy.
Clayton Kershaw Will Face Mets Saturday Night
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw has been sidelined since June 1 with a lower back strain.
Phillies Have Interest In Deal For Adrian Beltre
The Phillies have the youngest group of position players in the Major Leagues and would value Adrian Beltre for his clubhouse presence as much as his production on the field.
Royals Now Shopping Mike Moustakas
Having traded Jon Jay and Kelvin Herrera, the Royals are now shopping Mike Moustakas.
Mike Trout Dealing With Sprained Index Finger
Mike Trout served as designated hitter for the Angels on Thursday in his 1,000th Major League game.
Hunter Strickland Will Consider Anger Management
Ichiro Sits On Mariners Bench With Fake Mustache
Diamondbacks Again Inquire About Manny Machado
Red Sox Aren't Looking For Third Baseman
Brandon Morrow Lands On DL After Undressing

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Grading The Deal: Nationals Nab Kelvin Herrera To Improve Bullpen

by John Watson

With almost two weeks of June baseball remaining, the Nationals and Royals did something we don't usually see quite this early in the season: they made an actual trade of import.

Seattle Hunch: On The Mariners' Playoff Positioning

by John Watson

The Mariners have put themselves in an extremely good position so far this season, and they have plenty of players who could improve if some of the players who have been leading the charge take a step back.

All Betts Are On: On Mookie's Superlative Start

by John Watson

Mookie Betts has been putting up numbers that could make the "best player in baseball" conversation more interesting.

Sergio Romo Opens the Opener Door

by John Watson

Prior to this weekend, Sergio Romo had appeared in 588 games, but had never started one. After this weekend, he has officially started two, and has brought the term "opener" into modern parlance.

A Little Unfair: On The Astros' Rotation Riches

by John Watson

The Astros' rotation almost certainly won't be this good all year long, but it's worth admiring just how good they've been to this point, because they are historically good right now, just as their offense was last year.

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