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Uecker honored for 50 years as voice of Brewers
Bob Uecker, who joined the Milwaukee Brewers broadcast team in 1971, was honored in a pregame ceremony Saturday in front of family, friends, former players and team employees.[read more]

Angels shut down Trout for remainder of season
Mike Trout, who hasn't returned to the lineup for the Angels since suffering a calf strain on May 17, has officially been shut down for the rest of the season. The three-time AL MVP had 8 home runs, 18 RBI and a 1.090 OPS in 36 games in 2021.[read more]

G's Monster: Stanton's slam downs Red Sox
Giancarlo Stanton's clutch 452-foot grand slam helped lift the Yankees into a tie with the Red Sox for the first AL wild card spot.[read more]

Rays top Marlins, reel in 2nd straight division title
Mike Zunino, Ji-Man Choi and the Rays had a night to remember on Saturday in St. Petersburg, Florida, as their 7-3 win over the Miami Marlins gave Tampa Bay its second consecutive American League East title.[read more]

A's Andrus hurt rounding 3rd, scores winning run
A's shortstop Elvis Andrus suffered an undisclosed left ankle injury while rounding third base before he scored the winning run Saturday against the Astros.[read more]

Woman, child killed in fall at Petco Park
A woman and child died after falling from the third level of Petco Park shortly before Saturday's Padres game.[read more]

Cardiac Cardinals rally, post 15th straight victory
The red-hot Cardinals defeated the Cubs to win their 15th straight game on Saturday, a streak that is tied for the fourth longest in MLB history, as St. Louis pushes toward yet another postseason appearance.[read more]

MLB playoff tracker: Who is in, who can clinch next and must-watch games
October is right around the corner. Here's the latest on which teams will be playing in the postseason.[read more]

MLB Power Rankings: Where all 30 teams stand as playoff picture comes into focus
Who is rising and falling as the end of the season rapidly approaches?[read more]

'Dismal' representation of women in sports media, study finds
In a study of more than 100 newspapers and websites, the 2021 Sports Media Racial and Gender Report Card shows modest gains over the past three years for women and people of color.[read more]