Doc Edwards, ex-Indians manager, dies at 81

Doc Edwards, who spent more than half a century in baseball, has died at the age of 81. He played for the Indians in the 1960s and managed them in the 1980s. Born Howard Rodney Edwards, his nickname came from his time as an army medic.

The 100s tracker: Can Red Sox stay on record-setting pace?

As we keep tabs on the best and worst teams this season, a tough test could challenge Boston’s pace. Plus, which last-place team made history over the weekend?

Power Rankings: Sizzling sluggers shake things up

The Red Sox are still No. 1 atop a pile of quality clubs in the AL, but hot hitters are powering rising challengers from the NL.

Real or not? A’s aren’t going away in AL West race

Although Houston regained the top spot in the division with Sunday’s win, Oakland made a serious statement over the weekend.

Verlander wins 200th as Astros alone again in 1st

Justin Verlander got a boost from the Astros’ bats to collect his 200th career win as Houston retook sole possession of first place in the AL West with a 9-4 win over the A’s.

Pirates, Cubs set for 2019 Little League Classic

The Pirates will play the Cubs in the 2019 Little League Classic in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred announced Sunday.

Cubs’ offense just doesn’t add up right now

The Cubs somehow managed to win twice while scoring four runs in a four-game series, but their bats need to be better than that.

Urena throws CG in first start since HBP scuffle

Jose Urena made the most of his borrowed time, pitching a two-hitter for his first complete game in the majors and leading the Marlins over the Nationals 12-1 on Sunday.

Photos: Big league moments fuel Little League dreams

Players at the Little League World Series in Williamsport got a taste of the big leagues when the Phillies and Mets also came to town to play ball.

Cubs’ Darvish lasts just one inning in rehab start

Cubs right-hander Yu Darvish, making his first rehab start, lasted just one inning in Sunday’s game with Class A South Bend. After throwing six warm-up pitches, he left with a trainer prior to the start of the second inning.

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