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Cortes takes no-hit bid into 8th, Yanks beat Rangers 1-0

NEW YORK (AP) — Nestor Cortes may be the least-heralded top starting pitcher in the major leagues. The New York Yankees left-hander was five outs from a no-hitter when he threw his 1...

Woodward regrets saying Yankees have 'Little League' park

NEW YORK (AP) — A day after calling Yankee Stadium a “Little League ballpark” following Gleyber Torres' game-winning home run over the right field short porch, Texas Rangers manager Chris Woodward sai...

Stephen Sondheim celebrated by Dench, Peters at London gala

LONDON (AP) — Judi Dench was given a standing ovation for “Send in The Clowns.” Bernadette Peters bent over with her back to the audience and with her head between her legs blasted her trumpet to “You...

Mets cut slumping Canó with almost $45 million left on deal

NEW YORK (AP) — Three years after Robinson Canó returned to New York, his ill-fated marriage with the Mets is over. Canó was cut Monday with nearly $45 million remaining on his contr...

Frazier, Mariners argue 1st of delayed arbitration cases

Adam Frazier and the Seattle Mariners argued the first of this year's delayed salary arbitration cases on Monday, with the second baseman/outfielder asking for a raise from $4.3 million to $8 million ...

Zurich Ring Cycle focuses on dysfunctional family of gods

ZURICH (AP) — Wotan beckoned the other gods to join him in walking to Valhalla, their new home acquired at a high and painful price. Instead of following, they shot him looks of contempt and allowed h...

Bad baseballs? New York Mets angry after rash of HBPs

PHOENIX (AP) — New York Mets pitcher Chris Bassitt has a theory about why his bat-swinging teammates have turned into targets at the plate during the season's first month. Bad baseba...

Yankees were fined $100,000 for improper use of dugout phone

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Yankees were fined $100,000 by baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred for using their dugout phone to relay information about opposing teams’ signs during the 2015 season and p...

Judge HRs twice, throws out runner, Yanks beat Guardians 4-1

NEW YORK (AP) — Aaron Boone liked what he saw from Aaron Judge on Friday night, even before the first pitch. “Judgy kind of had that look in his eye tonight," the New York Yankees ma...

Trevor Bauer's leave extended through April 29 by MLB, union

NEW YORK (AP) — Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer’s administrative leave has been extended by an additional week, through April 29, by Major League Baseball and the players’ association. ...

Padres 1st MLB team to reach uniform ad deal, with Motorola

NEW YORK (AP) — There will be a new pitch on Major League Baseball fields next season. The San Diego Padres became the first team to announce a deal for ads on their uniforms, saying...

AP exclusive: MLB average salary up 5.9% after lockout

NEW YORK (AP) — The average salary in the major leagues rebounded to $4.4 million on opening day, boosted by a frenzy of free agent signings before and after the 99-day lockout, according to a study o...

AP Source: Bauer leave extended through April 22

NEW YORK (AP) — Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer's administrative leave was extended yet again, this time by six additional days through April 22, by Major League Baseball and the players’ ass...

Yankees get a new star -- chef in Marcus Samuelsson

NEW YORK (AP) — The Yankees are getting a new star — chef. Marcus Samuelsson is expanding to Yankee Stadium this season, opening a Streetbird food stand behind section 112 in the rig...

Springer answers boos with HR, 3 hits, leads Jays over Yanks

NEW YORK (AP) — Greeted by boos at Yankee Stadium, George Springer responded with the type of racket he and his Toronto Blue Jays are ready to make. Springer hit a go-ahead, two-run ...