Although the game featured six homers, it was a single by Jason Kipnis in the fifth inning that turned out to be the difference in the ball-game as the Indians hung on by a 5-4 score.
With the hopes of an entire country on their back, the Toronto Blue Jays smashed their way into the 2016 ALDS with a walk-off three-run homer in the 11th inning.
David Ortiz has been given a lot of farewell gifts during his last season in the bigs, but the one given by the Baltimore Orioles is the best yet.
In one of the bigger shocks of the day, Major League Baseball has suspended San Diego Padres GM A.J. Preller for 30 days without pay. Ken Rosenthal reported that it might be related to the trade Preller made with the Boston Red Sox involving pitcher Drew Pomeranz.
The current MLB season isn’t even over, but the schedule for 2017 is all set. For the most part, things are pretty ho-hum, but there are some intriguing matchups and some notable omissions from the 2017 MLB Schedule.
With the bases loaded in the ninth, and down by 1, the Toronto Blue Jays sent Justin Smoak to the plate. He responded by driving a breaking ball to the opposite field, but New York Yankees outfield, Brett Gardner, was there to make a dazzling play. See for yourself.
With a month left in the Major League Baseball season, the playoff races are heating up. The Chicago Cubs look poised to finish the regular season with the best record in the Majors, thanks to Kris Bryant.
On June 26, 2001, Pittsburgh Pirates manager Lloyd McClendon took issue with some questionable calls made by first base umpire Rick Reed. After one of the calls, McClendon stormed onto the field, argued vehemently and was ejected. Instead of simply leaving, McClendon went over and pulled first base out of the ground and carried it off the field, eventually throwing it into the dugout.