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Houck throws 3-hitter in 2-0 win over Guardians for Boston's 1st CG shutout at Fenway since 2017

Tanner Houck pitched a three-hitter with nine strikeouts for Boston’s first complete-game shutout at Fenway Park in nearly seven years, and the Red Sox beat the Cleveland Guardians 2-0, Connor Wong homered in the fourth, one inning after Boston scored its first run on a balk by Cleveland starter Ben Lively More »


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Bryce Miller and 3 relievers combine on a 1-hitter as Mariners beat Reds 5-1 to complete sweep

Bryce Miller and three relievers combined on a one-hitter, Cal Raleigh, Mitch Garver and Josh Rojas all hit solo home runs, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Cincinnati Reds 5-1 to complete a three-game sweep More »


Whitey Herzog, Hall of Fame manager who led St. Louis Cardinals to 3 pennants, dies at 92

Whitey Herzog, the gruff and ingenious Hall of Fame manager who guided the St. Louis Cardinals to three pennants and a World Series title and perfected an intricate, nail-biting strategy known as “Whiteyball,” has died More »


Carl Erskine, Dodgers pitcher and last surviving member of 'Boys of Summer,' dies at 97

Carl Erskine, who pitched two no-hitters for the Brooklyn Dodgers and was a 20-game winner in 1953 when he struck out a then-record 14 in the World Series, has died More »


St. Louis Cardinals spokesman says Hall of Fame baseball manager Whitey Herzog dies at 92

St. Louis Cardinals spokesman says Hall of Fame baseball manager Whitey Herzog dies at 92 More »


Jackie Robinson remembered around MLB on 77th anniversary of him breaking baseball's color barrier

Major League Baseball is marking the 77th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the sport's color barrier More »


Father-son baseball play-by-play broadcasters Chip and Chris Caray cherish reunion in Oakland

Chip Caray reunited with son Chris on the field at the Oakland Coliseum before each headed up to the broadcast booth to handle play-by-play duties for their respective clubs More »


John Sterling retires from Yankees broadcast booth at age 85 a few weeks into 36th season

Yankees radio broadcaster John Sterling has announced his immediate retirement at age 85, a few weeks into his 36th season in New York’s broadcast booth More »


Ken Holtzman, MLB's winningest Jewish pitcher who won 3 World Series with Oakland, has died at 78

Ken Holtzman, MLB’s winningest Jewish pitcher who threw two no-hitters for the Chicago Cubs and helped the Oakland Athletics win three straight World Series championships in the 1970s, has died More »


Will Brennan homers, Guardians beat Red Sox 6-0 to spoil Boston's Patriots’ Day game

Will Brennan hit a pinch-hit, two-run homer in the seventh inning and the Cleveland Guardians beat the Red Sox 6-0 in Boston’s traditional Patriots’ Day game More »


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