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2018 Schedule
52-101, 5th in AL Cent
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1dKeith Law

Law: Players I was wrong about

Who saw Cardinals outfielder Harrison Bader or Oakland's Matt Chapman improving by leaps and bounds? Not Keith Law, who can admit his mistakes.

Mondesi blasts one to right for homer (0:21)
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4dSarah Langs

The 100s tracker: The triple-digits club is dwindling

As we enter the final two weeks of the season, one team that has long seemed ticketed to hit the century mark has fallen off the pace. Who is still on track to reach 100 wins (or losses)?

5d

Austin dazzles with bat, glove as Twins beat Royals 9-6

Tyler Austin hit one of Minnesota's four home runs, made a spectacular catch while flipping into the dugout down the first-base line and helped the Twins to a 9-6 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Sunday that avoided a four-game sweep.

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9dBradford Doolittle

Tanking Tiers: Ranking MLB's rebuilders

While teams like the A's and Braves are showing you can go from rebuilding to contending, others are still trying to find their way from the basement to relevance.

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11dSarah Langs

The 100s tracker: Astros rejoin the club

Houston's hot stretch brought the total of teams on pace for 100 wins (or losses) up to five. For better or worse, who else is on pace to join the defending champs?

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

Jorge Lopez delivered 24 consecutive outs to nearly became the first Puerto Rican to throw a perfect game in MLB history before a walk and single in the ninth spoiled things. He kept Twins hitters off-balance with a mix of curves, sinkers, sliders and changeups, but he fell three outs short in his shot at throwing baseball's 300th no-no (including the postseason).

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs599Tied-25th
Batting Average.24518th
On Base Percentage.30624th
Slugging Percentage.39125th
Earned Run Average5.0429th
Quality Starts55Tied-28th
WHIP1.4729th
BAA.27629th