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M's Gonzales getting tests on arm, to miss start
The Mariners' Bryan Woo will make his MLB debut Saturday with Marco Gonzales missing his scheduled start because of discomfort in his left forearm.[read more]

'Gut punch': Sale (shoulder) heads back to IL
The Red Sox have placed Chris Sale on the 15-day injured list due to left shoulder inflammation. Corey Kluber was reinstated from the paternity list.[read more]

Stanton, Donaldson homer in returns; Yanks fall
Giancarlo Stanton and Josh Donaldson both went deep in their first games since April, but the Yankees fell 8-4 in the opener of a three-game series against the Dodgers.[read more]

Bassitt quickly works past Mets with wife in labor
Chris Bassitt tied his season high with eight strikeouts, picking up the win against the Mets before rushing back to Toronto to be with his wife, who was in labor.[read more]

Report: No charges for Angels' Rendon on fan tiff
Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon won't be charged for his role in an altercation with a fan on Opening Day, according to a Los Angeles Times report. Rendon served a four-game suspension in April.[read more]

Machado goes 0-for-4 in return as Cubs top Pads
Manny Machado was hitless in four at-bats after missing two-plus weeks with a left hand injury as the San Diego Padres lost 2-1 to the Chicago Cubs on Friday.[read more]

'Overwhelmed by kindness': Sarah Langs reflects on ALS journey
On Lou Gehrig Day, ESPN's own Sarah Langs shares her perspective -- and a hope for readers.[read more]

Which pitchers may be working too hard?
Tristan H. Cockcroft takes a look at whether or not you should be concerned about early season workloads among starting pitchers.[read more]

MLB Power Rankings: Where every team stands entering June
We're more than two months into the season, meaning teams have played enough games to give credence to what we're seeing. So, who's for real?[read more]