With Chicago struggling to hold on to a spot in the playoffs, last season's shakiest starter has emerged as the team's rotation rock.
Taking advantage of his chance to play full time in L.A.'s infield, the fast-rising prospect could top that by earning a spot on the postseason roster.
Before undergoing Tommy John surgery on Wednesday, Pablo Sandoval pinch hit for his final at-bat under retiring manager Bruce Bochy.
Dodgers rookie pitcher Dustin May passed a concussion test after getting hit on the right side of the head by a line drive on Sunday.
Justin Verlander became just the sixth pitcher in baseball history to throw at least three career no-hitters.
Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco made his return to the majors Sunday after undergoing cancer treatment earlier this season. He allowed two hits and a run in one inning of relief.
The Minnesota Twins are the unlikely home run kings, launching six homers Saturday to set the record for a season. Here is their top-10 hit list.
Giants right-handed reliever Reyes Moronta left Saturday's game against the Padres after falling off the mound and writhing in pain with a shoulder injury. Manager Bruce Bochy said Moronta suffered an acute shoulder strain.
Ben Zobrist, who has been out since May 8 while going through a divorce, was activated from the restricted list to help with the Cubs' postseason push.
The Twins hit six home runs Saturday night in Detroit against the Tigers to reach 268 on the season, breaking the MLB record for home runs in a single season.