Los Angeles swooped in to make a deal with the Nationals and swindle the Padres on a chaotic day of baseball buzz.
The Red Sox manager knows winning now doesn’t erase his cheating with the Astros. And he’s O.K. with that.
It's a rare deadline deal, a one-for-one trade of major-league players that makes sense for both sides.
New York now boasts three of baseball's most feared power hitters in Joey Gallo, Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge. Is that enough to fix this offense?
The official crackdown on foreign substances began on June 21, and it's had some real ramifications.
SI's Tom Verducci dispels the myth of left-handed hitters being successful at the plate with down-and-in pitches.
He was trying to pay tribute to his late uncle, but the batter had other ideas.
Five-time high-stakes champ Shawn Childs helps you at the waiver wire to bolster your fantasy squad
Glasnow suffered the partial tear in his UCL in June along with a flexor strain and initially opted to rehab then have surgery.
No foul ball is safe at Tropicana Field. For the second consecutive game, a ball disappeared into the catwalk and left players dumbfounded on the field below.
The 2016 World Series champion was seen on camera giving an emotional hug to Cubs hitting coach Anthony Lapoce, with both wiping away some tears.
The Giants kept pace in the NL West arms race as the trade deadline neared on Friday afternoon.
With New York reportedly acquiring him, the two-time All-Star will join Francisco Lindor in the infield.
The White Sox now have two of the best relievers in the American League with Kimbrel joining Liam Hendriks in the bullpen.
SI's Tom Verducci shares his thoughts on the trade that sent Max Scherzer and Trea Turner to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Minnesota will receive Toronto prospects Austin Martin and Simeon Woods Richardson in exchange for starting pitcher José Berríos.
Washington's fire sale continues, with All-Star slugger Kyle Schwarber heading to a contender in the first-place Red Sox.
Last month, Santiago became the first player to be suspended for using an illegal grip enhancer after MLB's foreign substance crackdown.
After earlier reports had him heading to San Diego, Max Scherzer is now slated to join Los Angeles along with All-Star shortstop Trea Turner.