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With deGrom back and Diaz rolling, these Mets are for real -- really!
After a commanding series win over the defending champions, they're firing on all cylinders.[read more]

Mets closer Edwin Diaz's entrance gets the people going
Not your average bullpen entrance. Diaz and the sound of the trumpets have become synonymous with winning for the Mets.[read more]

Eckersley to leave BoSox booth after '22 season
Hall of Fame pitcher Dennis Eckersley said Monday that he will be leaving NESN broadcasts at the end of the 2022 season, his 50th in major league baseball.[read more]

White Sox place Anderson (hand) on injured list
Chicago shortstop Tim Anderson, 29, who is serving a two-game suspension for making contact with an umpire, was placed on the 10-day injured list Tuesday in between games of a doubleheader with the Kansas City Royals.[read more]

Yanks snap skid after Boone holds team meeting
A season-high five-game losing streak prompted Yankees manager Aaron Boone to assemble his players in the visiting clubhouse at Seattle's T-Mobile Park for a team meeting.[read more]

Phils' Harper (thumb) to stay at DH upon return
Philadelphia Phillies slugger Bryce Harper is likely to continue as the team's designated hitter and might not play the outfield when he returns from a broken left thumb that has sidelined him since late June.[read more]

Red Sox P Sale out rest of '22 after wrist surgery
Boston Red Sox ace Chris Sale will miss the rest of the 2022 season after fracturing his right wrist in a bike accident, the team announced Tuesday.[read more]

Ex-BoSox OF Bradley Jr. joins Jays on 1-year deal
The Toronto Blue Jays signed veteran outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. to a one-year contract before the Tuesday night game at Baltimore.[read more]

Cubs to part with Heyward, who rallied '16 team
Despite having one more year left on his contract, Jason Heyward -- described as the "emotional leader" of the 2016 Cubs -- won't be back with Chicago next season, president of baseball operations Jed Hoyer said Monday.[read more]

Yanks' Carpenter breaks foot amid resurgent year
Yankees DH Matt Carpenter, a front-runner for AL Comeback Player of the Year, fractured his left foot when he fouled off a pitch Monday night against the Mariners.[read more]