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Talks ended Wednesday with the sides far apart on multiple economic issues.
Atlanta Braves starter Charlie Morton pulled off 16 pitches after fracturing his fibula mid-game.
The star pitcher, who has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman in his home, will remain on paid leave.
The Kansas City Royals player got his foot in the way of a grounder, and it became an out.
Infielder Javy Baez said he and other players were retaliating against boos from the home crowd.
Jack Morris appeared to make fun of an Asian accent as he discussed Angels all-star Shohei Ohtani.
Oakland A's starter Chris Bassitt is reportedly conscious and aware after he was hit in the second inning.
The entire stadium cheered for the kitty even as it delayed the ballgame by evading would-be captors.
Twitter users went to bat for the Cleveland Guardians over the Texas Republican's post.
In a video announcement, the team formerly known as the Cleveland Indians announced its new name, the Guardians.
The team announced it will now be called the Cleveland Guardians. In 2019, it removed an offensive caricature used on uniforms after years of backlash.
The pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers — whose mother is Mexican American — hit a home run with fans on Twitter.
A woman has accused the Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher of assaulting her. The LAPD is investigating the allegations.
The Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher will likely still take the mound against Washington even as police and MLB investigate allegations he assaulted a woman.
The Orioles hurler showed off his "filthy" knuckler in his MLB debut.
Washington Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer was one of a handful of pitchers to be checked for foreign substances and he was not thrilled about the new process.
The three-time Cy Young winner was inspected twice for illegal substances -- and he wasn't happy about it.
Repeat offenders will receive progressive discipline, and teams and club employees will be subject to discipline for failure to comply
Rob Refsnyder makes the highlight reels for all the wrong reasons.
Police officers said they witnessed the outfielder attacking his wife.