Jewell Loyd scored 29 points and made four 3-pointers, Breanna Stewart added 28 points and the Seattle Storm overcame a 14-point deficit in the fourth quarter to beat the Chicago Sky 95-91 in overtime Friday night.
Jeimer Candelario had a go-ahead RBI bloop single during a three-run eighth inning and the Detroit Tigers rallied past the Chicago White Sox 5-4 on Friday night.
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Kyle Hendricks limited San Francisco to one run and two hits over seven innings, Ben Zobrist lined a tiebreaking two-run double in the seventh and the Chicago Cubs beat the Giants 6-2 on Friday.
Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer
Not surprisingly considering the time of year, Theo Epstein said today there have been "zero trade talks" between the Cubs and other teams. Any report to the contrary is false, according to Epstein.
Buster & Karl Ravech discuss a potential trend that Buster HATES and more (1:03). Plus, Jess Mendoza on the NL contenders and pretenders (28:32) and Dr. Alan Nathan on his findings regarding MLB's HR boom (44:45).
Buster breaks down Thursday's action, including a handful of outstanding pitching performances and a little league home run.
While a certain superstar infielder's name churns through the rumor mill, Chicago's lineup could be good enough to win as is -- at least for now.
The early returns from the American League Central aren't pretty, as the .500 Indians lead a group that has been far from good in games outside of the division.
White Sox left-hander Carlos Rodon was removed from a minor league rehab start Thursday after being hit in the forehead by a line drive.
NFL owners will require players to stand if they are on the field for the national anthem. Here's reaction to the new rule.
Dylan Bundy struck out a career-high 14 and pitched a two-hitter for his second complete game in the majors, leading the Baltimore Orioles over the Chicago White Sox 9-3 on Thursday.
Tristan H. Cockcroft and A.J. Mass discuss the replacements for Welington Castillo (4:30), rookies to look out for like Gleyber Torres and Tyler O'Neill (20:00), a Closer Carousel (26:00) and more. Plus, they take your #06010MLB questions.
White Sox catcher Welington Castillo has been suspended 80 games for violating the league's joint drug agreement, Major League Baseball announced Thursday.
With his starting job in jeopardy, the senior is working to regain confidence after his passing struggles at the end of last season.
Dylan Covey tossed seven strong innings for his first major league win, Yoan Moncada and Adam Engel each hit three-run homers and the Chicago White Sox pounded the Baltimore Orioles 11-1 on Wednesday night.
Adam Plutko carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning and Andrew Miller provided stellar relief work, helping the Cleveland Indians beat the Chicago Cubs 1-0 on Wednesday night.
Welington Castillo will receive an 80-game suspension for violating Major League Baseball's drug policy, a source told ESPN. It was not immediately clear what Castillo will be suspended for, but the source said it was not for a steroid.
As he immerses himself in the offense of new coach Matt Nagy, Mitchell Trubisky says his confidence is growing while coaches preach patience.
Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer
After some early season struggles in the role, Ian Happ returns to the lead off spot tonight for the Cubs. Happ has been as hot as anyone on the team, showing extraordinary patience at the plate as of late. Kyle Schwarber bats second with Bryant and Rizzo behind them.
Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer
Bears head coach Matt Nagy says the team will be united on how they handle the NFL's new national anthem policy.