Josh Hamilton returned to Globe Life Park for the first time since playing there for the last time in 2015 on Saturday when he was inducted into the Rangers’ hall of fame. “That was fun,” he said after watching a video of his highlights with the team.
Toronto’s Vladimir Guerrero Jr. left Saturday’s game against Seattle after two innings because of a sore left knee. Guerrero missed more than a month in the minors last season because of a strained ligament in his left knee.
Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias will not appeal a 20-game suspension from MLB stemming from an arrest following an altercation with a woman on May 13.
Three members of the Yankees were ejected in the sixth inning Saturday with Brett Gardner getting tossed for banging his bat on the dugout roof and CC Sabathia getting run while on the injured list.
Starting pitcher Jake Arrieta, who was trying to pitch despite a bone spur in his right elbow, will have season-ending surgery, the team told reporters on Saturday. The team also placed center fielder Roman Quinn on the 10-day IL with a groin strain.
Mariano Rivera, who was celebrated for his Hall of Fame induction Saturday, said “It’s time for the championship to go back to New York.”
The Los Angeles Dodgers will try Dustin May, their top pitching prospect, as a reliever this weekend as they look to determine if he has a place on their postseason roster.
Mike Yastrzemski hit three home runs, including a tiebreaking solo shot in the 11th inning, and the San Francisco Giants recovered after squandering two late leads, beating the Arizona Diamondbacks 10-9 Friday night.
Two straight devastating walk-off losses in Philly and Pittsburgh make it clear: If the Cubs can’t find a way to win away from Wrigley, they won’t find their way into October.
The Cubs recalled infielder Addison Russell while issuing outfielder Albert Almora Jr. a surprising demotion to Triple-A Iowa on Friday.