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MLB Power Rankings: Where every team stands entering June
We're more than two months into the season, meaning teams have played enough games to give credence to what we're seeing. So, who's for real?[read more]

Webbed feat: Vlad Jr. flips glove with ball stuck
When Blue Jays first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. fielded Christian Yelich's grounder in the fifth Wednesday and the ball got stuck in the webbing of his glove, he used some quick thinking to get the out.[read more]

Phillies' Bohm out again, has MRI on hamstring
Phillies third baseman Alec Bohm had an MRI on Wednesday and was out of the starting lineup for the second time in three games because of left hamstring tightness.[read more]

Cubs' Steele exits early, will get MRI on left elbow
Cubs starter Justin Steele left Wednesday's game against the Rays after three innings and will get an MRI on his left elbow.[read more]

Tigers' Greene to IL with stress fracture in fibula
Detroit Tigers outfielder Riley Greene has a stress fracture in his left fibula and is out indefinitely.[read more]

Injured Yankees trio could return vs. Dodgers
Yankees manager Aaron Boone said "it's definitely in play," that the trio of Josh Donaldson, Giancarlo Stanton and Tommy Kahnle could return to New York's active roster this weekend in Los Angeles.[read more]

Power surge: Ohtani, Trout electrify L.A. with HRs
Shohei Ohtani homered in consecutive innings, including a 459-foot drive, and Mike Trout blasted a 461-foot shot to lead the Angels over the White Sox on Wednesday.[read more]

What you need to know about MLB's TV takeover
Diamond Sports Group's missed payment could have wide-ranging effects on televised sports.[read more]

A day that will rock baseball -- and the rest of sports? What's next in the RSN battle
A hearing in Houston could alter the landscape of MLB broadcasting. Here are a few of the many moving parts.[read more]

Which pitchers may be working too hard?
Tristan H. Cockcroft takes a look at whether or not you should be concerned about early season workloads among starting pitchers.[read more]