Indians stop Royals, 6-1

KANSAS CITY, Mo.--The Cleveland Indians have every intention of making the American League Central a three-team race.

With its 6-1 victory over the Kansas City Royals in Friday's series opener before 31,341 at Kauffman Stadium, the Indians ...

Weaver, Angels blank A's, 4-0

ANAHEIM, Calif.--Oakland center fielder Coco Crisp risked serious injury when he crashed into the wall in a gallant effort to rob Angels catcher Chris Iannetta of a two-run home run in the fifth inning Friday night.

Angels left fielder Josh ...

Rangers blast Astros, 13-6

HOUSTON -- Signs of improvement, as we've been told numerous times by the Texas Rangers in 2014, are often hard to detect. The wheels of maturation for young ballplayers sometimes move slowly, manager Ron Washington has insisted, often making ...

Nats top King Felix, M's, 8-3

SEATTLE--Is it a disturbing trend and a sign of things to come? Or is it just a small bump in an otherwise brilliant season? Given two days' worth of extra rest and a packed Safeco Field--something that always brings out the best in him--Felix ...

Verlander stellar in Tigers' rout of White Sox

CHICAGO -- Justin Verlander pitched one of his best games of the season and matched his season-high with eight strikeouts.

Verlander allowed nine hits, two walks and one run over seven innings. It was the fourth time he struck out eight batters ...

Young Cubs flex power, rout Cardinals

ST. LOUIS -- That escalated quickly.

Sort of like the Cubs just might.

The Cardinals' longtime rival, the only team in the National League Central who hasn't been a part of the playoff race this season, showcased their future and how powerful it...