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A's clinch playoff berth, but 'bigger goals' remain
The Oakland A's secured a third straight playoff berth and sixth in nine seasons with Seattle's loss to San Diego and a 6-0 win against the cross-bay rival San Francisco Giants on Friday night.[read more]

Red Sox get Rockies' Wallace as part of Pillar deal
The Boston Red Sox acquired minor league right-handed pitcher Jacob Wallace from the Colorado Rockies on Friday, completing the Aug. 31 trade for outfielder Kevin Pillar.[read more]

Pujols homers twice, passes Mays for fifth all time
Angels slugger Albert Pujols homered twice to pass Willie Mays for fifth place on the career home run list in a 6-2 win over the Rangers on Friday night.[read more]

Now recovering, Ortiz says coronavirus 'no joke'
David Ortiz says he's recovering from COVID-19 and said the virus "is no joke."[read more]

Astros' Verlander: I need Tommy John surgery
Houston Astros right-hander Justin Verlander is set to undergo Tommy John surgery, he said in an Instagram post Saturday.[read more]

Tigers manager Gardenhire retires immediately
Detroit Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire announced his retirement on Saturday, and bench coach Lloyd McClendon will manage the team the rest of the season.[read more]

Playoffs schedule, bubble locations and how to watch every postseason game
Here's the schedule for every matchup of this unique October.[read more]

MLB playoff push: A's become fourth team to clinch playoff spot, plus current postseason bracket
With Oakland becoming the latest to wrap up a postseason spot, we look at who hopes to join them and more.[read more]

Why losing Justin Verlander to surgery marks beginning of the end of Astros' sad legacy
The Cooperstown-worthy ace might have thrown his last pitch for Houston, but that might not be the only big change for the tarnished franchise.[read more]

Fantasy baseball forecaster for Week 9: Sept. 21-27
Set your lineups for the week ahead with our forecaster, which features pitcher rankings and more.[read more]