Customize ESPN

0:34

Thames keeps mashing with 11th HR of season

Eric Thames sets a Brewers franchise record for home runs in April by hitting his 11th of the month to increase Milwaukee's lead over Cincinnati.

Top Headlines

Tuesday's games

Astros

MLB

Astros' Altuve, Hernandez exit game after scary collision.

While tracking down a fly ball, Jose Altuve and Teoscar Hernandez collide. Altuve walks off the field, but Hernandez has to be carted off.

0:43
Share Video

MLB

Reddick stuns Kipnis by taking away a HR.

Jason Kipnis hits what he thinks is a home run to center field, but Josh Reddick leaps up at the wall to deny Kipnis.

0:32
Share Video

Brewers

MLB

Thames paying no mind to doubters of his hot start.

MLB home run leader Eric Thames joins SC6 to explain how he's found success in what he calls "an era of fallen heroes."

2:06
Share Video

Pitching Questions

Yankees

MLB

Yankees

MLB

The science behind Judge's 460-foot long ball.

ESPN Sport Science breaks down Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge's 460-foot home run against the Pirates as the play of the week.

1:53
Share Video

On This Date in MLB

Monday saves American flag.

On April 25, 1976, Cubs center fielder Rick Monday races through the outfield to snag an American flag from protesters before they can burn it during the American Bicentennial.

0:35
Share Video

Tension in Baltimore

MLB

Kurkjian, Boone critical of Barnes' throw at Machado.

Tim Kurkjian says there's no place in the game for Matt Barnes' throw at Manny Machado on Sunday and Aaron Boone calls it "wreckless" because Machado's slide on Pedroia didn't warrant retaliation.

1:12
Share Video

Giants

MLB

Giants

MLB

Bumgarner takes responsibility for dirt bike accident.

Madison Bumgarner knows that dirt biking on his off day wasn't the "most responsible" decision and is disappointed he's not able to help his team.

0:18
Share Video

Customize ESPN

Better brand of baseball?

  • Jon Durr/Getty Images
  • Shhh! Don't tell anyone, but baseball is changing

    This week from Sam Miller: Quiet changes are afoot in the big leagues this season, the Angels' farm system really might be that bad ... and the groundout heard 'round the world.