The American League topped the National League 8-6 in a home run-filled MLB All-Star Game.
The Baltimore Orioles are working through specifics and are expected to deal Manny Machado to the Dodgers, according to multiple reports.
Senior Republican Senator Lindsey Graham described Trump's Helsinki summit and joint press conference with Putin as a "missed opportunity" to hold Russia accountable for meddling in the 2016 election. Trump's answer to a question on election interference, in which he attacked US Democrats rather than Moscow's spies, "will be seen by Russia as a sign of weakness and create far more problems than it solves," Graham charged.
Cubs outfielder Kyle Schwarber thought his 16 home runs would be enough to take down Astros third baseman Alex Bregman in the first round of the 2018 Home Run Derby. He was right, but Schwarber just barely escaped Bregman. Because Schwarber hit two home runs that went 440 feet or longer, he unlocked 30 seconds
The 2018 MLB All-Star break is officially here, and one of the stars of the show is the Home Run Derby at Nationals Park on Monday night. Eight sluggers will be pitted against each other in bracket form to determine the 2018 champion. Last year, Aaron Judge put an exclamation point on his already impressive rookie year, and this year any one of the eight players in the field could show up with a similarly stunning performance. Hometown hero Bryce Harper will undoubtedly be the crowd favorite entering Monday night, but with the likes of Rhys Hoskins, Freddie Freeman, and Javier Baez also in the field, there's plenty of exciting players that could light up the scoreboard. Below is a breakdown of
Bryce Harper has won the Home Run Derby in his home ballpark, providing another memory to Nationals fans in what could be his final season in Washington. Harper gave an uppercut fist pump after matching Kyle Schwarber's 18 homers in the championship round on the final swing of his allotted 4 minutes. Because he hit two homers over 440 feet, Harper got 30 seconds of extra time.
Syndergaard wins in return from DL as Mets top Nationals 4-2 MLB Headlines BoSox win on Bogaerts' game-ending slam Martinez talks to Harper over jog to 1st Verlander, Upton expecting first child Rays' Ramos likely to miss All-Star Game Greinke shines as D-backs blank Braves Cole, 3 HRs carry Astros past Tigers Marte, Polanco help Bucs sweep Brewers Rays pull away from Twins in 19-6 win Marlins slip past Nola, Phillies 2-0 Wheeler, Conforto lead Mets past Nats NEW YORK (AP) Noah Syndergaard was back on the mound for the New York Mets and made it clear he wants to stay. With his name bandied about in trade talk ahead of the July 31 deadline, Syndergaard pitched out of trouble during a rusty return
Noah Syndergaard was back on the mound for the New York Mets and made it clear he wants to stay. With his name bandied about in trade talk ahead of the July 31 deadline, Syndergaard pitched out of trouble during a rusty return from the disabled list and helped himself with an RBI single as New York beat the Washington Nationals 4-2 on Friday night. ''If they wanted to trade me tomorrow, I really have no say in what they do,'' Syndergaard said.