— Aaron Civale felt miserable the past few days, suffering with allergy symptoms. The Mariners didn't cause him any problems at all.
Bill Connelly crunches the numbers using SP+ to figure out the most likely scenarios for how a 12-team playoff would have played out since 2014.
- Mariners reliever Graveman back after virus issue
- Bauers, DFA'd by Indians, acquired by Mariners
- Browns chief of staff suspended after DUI
- Browns staffer Brownson charged with DUI in May
Seattle Mariners reliever Kendall Graveman is back with the team after being on the injured list after being quarantined for two weeks in San Diego.
The Padres' stay at the top of our list is over, with a surging American League squad taking their place.
With future rankings on quarterbacks, offenses and defenses in, it's time to look at the big picture. Which college football teams are set up best for success over the next three seasons?
Infielder/outfielder Jake Bauers, who had been designated for assignment by Cleveland, has been acquired by the Mariners. He has a .190 batting average this season.
— Adam Wainwright allowed two runs in seven innings, Tyler O’Neill homered twice and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Cleveland Indians 8-2 Wednesday night to stop a six-game losing streak.
Browns chief of staff Callie Brownson has been suspended by the team after being charged with drunken driving, but she won't lose her job.
— José Ramírez homered and drove in four runs, leading Shane Bieber and the Cleveland Indians over St. Louis 10-1 Tuesday night and sending the Cardinals to their sixth straight loss.
Callie Brownson was charged with drunken driving on May 27 in Brunswick, Ohio. She was driving 55 mph in a 35 mph zone when she was stopped at 12:27 a.m. Police said her blood-alcohol content was .215. The state's legal limit is .08.
There's more than a month until the Midsummer Classic, but voting is now open. Here's our first look at who will make it to Denver.
Tampa Bay is bringing back almost everyone. The reigning MVP is mad at the Green Bay front office. Here's how every team fared.
Kaleb Brown, ranked as the No. 6 wide receiver in the ESPN 300, committed to Ohio State on Monday, picking the Buckeyes over offers from Alabama, Florida, Michigan and Notre Dame.
Oklahoma and Rutgers moved up within the top 10, while schools like Oregon, Florida and Texas each fell down a slot.
— Cedric Mullins hit a leadoff homer as part of a three-hit day, and the Baltimore Orioles scored their most runs since 2015 and had a season-high 21 hits in an 18-5 rout of the Cleveland Indians on Sunday,
— Cesar Hernandez and Harold Ramirez homered off Baltimore ace John Means, who exited in the first inning with shoulder fatigue Saturday as the Cleveland Indians beat the Orioles 10-4.
— Ryan Mountcastle hit a go-ahead home run in the seventh inning that was upheld by video review and the Baltimore Orioles kept up their June winning streak, defeating the Cleveland Indians 3-1 on Friday night.
Alabama, Clemson and Florida are all out of the top 10 in the class rankings. Is there cause for concern?
The Cleveland Indians are narrowing a final list of new team names and vetting them for legal purposes after months of research and discussions with fans.
Another week, another shuffle at the top? Here's where all 30 clubs stand two months into the season.
Browns defensive end Myles Garrett is "retiring" from basketball.
The Cleveland Indians have postponed Wednesday's game against the Chicago White Sox because of rain.