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D-backs agree with Japanese reliever Hirano
Steven Wright's season-ending surgery leaves few options for Red Sox
Is it time to panic over David Price?
Red Sox gain nothing in Clay Buchholz salary dump
Red Sox's Pomeranz (arm) won't start rest of year
Firing manager John Farrell won't solve real problems of the Red Sox
Dombrowski: No guarantees, but Clay Buchholz likely to make his next start
As White Sox continue to sink, time to consider trading Chris Sale
Red Sox must pitch in to ensure David Ortiz gets a proper send-off
Red Sox demote Roenis Elias, put Clay Buchholz back in starting rotation
Roy Halladay's final flight
On Nov. 7, 2017, Roy Halladay's amphibious aircraft crashed into the Gulf of Mexico off the West coast of Florida. This visualization depicts the moments before the Hall of Fame pitcher's death.
Tim Kurkjian's Baseball Fix - The biggest baseball coincidences you won't believe are real
Frank Thomas and Jeff Bagwell were both MVPs in '94. They were born on the same day. Dennis Eckersley picked off Kenny Williams in 1987 and didn't have another for four years -- when he got Williams again. Joe Niekro had one homer -- off his brother.
Roy Halladay's secret struggle with pain relievers
E:60 details Roy Halladay's secret struggle with pain relievers both on and off the field. For the full "Imperfect: The Roy Halladay Story," tune in to ESPN on Friday at 7 p.m. ET.
Will anyone hit .400? Post a 1.12 ERA? What an 82-game 2020 MLB leaderboard could look like
We look at how much the oddities of a shortened schedule will impact the stats we've grown accustomed to seeing.
The 10 biggest MLB draft busts of the past decade
From a No. 1 pick who never made it to the majors to a can't-miss college bat who missed, these were the worst whiffs of the 2010s.
Could a batter hit .400 in a shortened season?
Bradford Doolittle and David Schoenfield discuss the possibility of a player hitting .400 over a shortened MLB season and how the accomplishment would be received.