AP source: Cards-Brewers off; 4 more St. Louis positives

One more player and three staff members with the St. Louis Cardinals have tested positive for the coronavirus, leading to the postponement of their game Saturday at the Milwaukee Brewers, according to...

Judge homers, Montgomery sharp, Yanks top Sox in home opener

NEW YORK (AP) — His chambers left empty, Aaron Judge still rules right field at Yankee Stadium. Judge homered for the third straight night, Jordan Montgomery cut up one of the leagu...

Chapman rejoins Yankees after virus bout; Kahnle to IL

NEW YORK (AP) — All-Star closer Aroldis Chapman has been cleared to return to Yankee Stadium following a bout with the coronavirus and was expected to play catch Friday before New York hosted the Bost...

Cardinals contact tracer finds 'tricky balance' in new role

St. Louis Cardinals assistant general manager Moisés Rodríguez has been expecting the news that came down Friday. “At seven in the morning when my phone rings, I sort of panic becaus...

AP source: Cards-Brewers game off after St Louis positives

NEW YORK (AP) — Friday's game between St. Louis and Milwaukee was postponed after multiple Cardinals employees tested positive for the coronavirus, according to a person with knowledge of the situatio...

AP source: 17th Marlins player tests positive for virus

NEW YORK (AP) — Another player with the Miami Marlins has tested positive for the coronavirus, bringing the team's outbreak total to 17 players, according to a person familiar with the situation. ...

MLB hitters slow out of the box to start 60-game season

NEW YORK (AP) — Two-time defending NL batting champion Christian Yelich has a long way to go if he wants a three-peat. The Milwaukee Brewers star is 1 for 28 to start the season, an .037 average that'...

AP source: Another Marlins player tests positive; 16 total

NEW YORK (AP) — Another player with the Miami Marlins has tested positive for the coronavirus, bringing the team's total to 16 players, according to a person familiar with the matter. ...

AP source: Mets to sign C Maxell, 1st MLB player to kneel

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Mets have agreed to a minor league contract with catcher Bruce Maxwell, the first major league player to kneel during the national anthem to protest racial injustice, acco...

MLB returns with thrills; red flags remain after 1st weekend

NEW YORK (AP) — The World Series champion Washington Nationals stood six feet apart along the first base line and watched as a banner commemorating their title was raised, then took a knee alongside t...

Ozuna homers off Díaz, Braves beat Mets in new extras format

NEW YORK (AP) — Marcell Ozuna hit a tying homer off shaky closer Edwin Díaz with two outs in the ninth inning, Dansby Swanson scored automatic runner Adam Duvall with a leadoff single in the 10th and ...

Doggone it! Braves' Duvall drills cardboard pooch with HR

NEW YORK (AP) — A cardboard cutout of a dog at Citi Field got her paws on a home run ball Saturday. Easiest game of fetch Willow McNeil will ever play. Atlanta's Ad...

Yanks' P Germán not retiring, apologizes for misleading post

NEW YORK (AP) — Suspended Yankees pitcher Domingo Germán says he is not retiring from baseball and apologized for suggesting as much in an Instagram post a night earlier. Germán, ser...

Dress rehearsal: MLB holds first COVID-era exhibitions

NEW YORK (AP) — Didi Gregorius watched over the top of his face mask as his drive off Washington ace Max Scherzer sailed into empty outfield seats. Fake cheers — meant to encourage t...

Yankees' LeMahieu uncertain for opener after COVID absence

NEW YORK (AP) — Yankees second baseman DJ LeMahieu isn't sure if he'll be ready for Thursday’s season opener after missing much of preseason camp because of a positive coronavirus test. ...