MLB has already postponed several games in the wake of the Cardinals' and Marlins' outbreaks.

General Manager Brodie Van Wagenen said the development was “surprising, without question” after New York struggled get in touch with the outfielder.

A team official described the lefthander's condition as "mild."


Juan Soto believes he received a false positive result. He wants people to know that.

The Nationals outfielder isolated for 24 days in July, and believes he never actually had the coronavirus.

Nats’ Tres Barrera, hit with 80-game suspension for banned substance, fires back with lawsuit

Barrera had requested an emergency temporary restraining order, which would have enabled him to rejoin the Nationals with a judge’s ruling. But that request was denied Wednesday.

Dave Martinez believes someone has to speak up during MLB’s coronavirus crisis. Why not him?

The Nationals’ manager took center stage this week, feeling someone should express the emotions of playing through a pandemic.

The Cardinals’ outbreak is one of two that have arisen in the past week, casting doubt on the sport’s ability to contain the virus and safely navigate a 60-game regular season.

The rule will be instituted just for the 2020 season.

Six teams, or 20 percent of MLB, will sit idle Friday because of coronavirus-related postponements.

The Phillies on Thursday announced two staff members had tested positive — raising fears the recent outbreak centered around the Marlins had jumped to a second team.

During the regular season, every half-inning after the ninth will start with a runner on second base.

Kelly will appeal his ban, while Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts received a one-game suspension and Astros Manager Dusty Baker was fined.

As the league tries to ride out a chaotic opening week, the biggest issue going forward might best be defined not as a Marlins problem, but a Miami one.

“Given the circumstances, MLB believes that it is most prudent to allow the Marlins time to focus on providing care for their players and planning … for a resumption early next week,” MLB said in a statement.

The president’s announcement last week that he would throw out the first pitch at a Yankees game on Aug. 15 caught both the White House and the Yankees off guard.

Manager Dusty Baker said the Astros' star pitcher will be “shut down for a couple weeks.”

The president said he cannot make it to New York on Aug. 15 because of his “strong focus” on the coronavirus.

The veteran left-hander was solid, and shortstop José Iglesias continued to hit.

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Major League Baseball adopted a series of significant rule changes for its shortened 2020 season including placing a runner on second base at the start of extra innings.

Play ball? MLB's season opener reminded us this is no time to exhale.

Hardly a day goes by without a coronavirus complication somewhere in baseball.

Team also announces it is donating $100,000 to social-justice groups in Tampa.

It will be the first time during his presidency that Trump, who noted at a White House briefing that Yankee Stadium won't have a “crowd,” performs the ceremonial act before a baseball game.

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Cleveland’s starting rotation is rolling through the early stages of the season

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The Detroit Tigers and Cincinnati Reds were the first teams to try out baseball’s new time-saving measure — a doubleheader with seven-inning games

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Aaron Judge homered twice and drove in five runs, connecting for the fifth straight game and breaking an eighth-inning tie with a tape-measure shot that powered the New York Yankees past the Boston Red Sox 9-7 for their sixth consecutive victory

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Milwaukee Brewers bench coach Pat Murphy suffered a heart attack during a Saturday team workout at Miller Park but is expected to make a full recovery

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Alex Bregman had an RBI single in the 11th inning, and the Houston Astros rallied for a 6-5 victory over the Los Angeles Angels

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