Ken Griffey Jr., Batman and Lunchables! Pirates, Cardinals share childhood favorites
What were major league players doing when they were young enough to compete in the LLWS? We tracked down the answers.
Cole, McCutchen see similarities in Little League and MLB.
Ahead of their game against the Cardinals in Williamsport, Pirates players Gerrit Cole and Andrew McCutchen reflect on playing baseball in Little League and the big leagues.
Everything you need to know about MLB's Players Weekend
The players are getting a chance to show off their personalities with youth inspired alternate jerseys, nicknames and custom-designed equipment.
Mike Moustakas is about to break one of baseball's most meager home run records
Not since Steve Balboni has a Kansas City slugger hit 36 homers -- a total that remains the Royals' franchise mark ... for now. Wait, who's Steve Balboni? Exactly.
Granderson gives Dodgers more options.
Tim Kurkjian breaks down how the addition of Curtis Granderson helps the Dodgers.
With Curtis Granderson joining the Dodgers, looks like Joc Pederson may be the odd man out. His locker in the visiting clubhouse at Comerica Park is empty. Pederson started Friday's game, showing off a new batting stance meant to help him shake out of an offensive funk.
Adrian Gonzalez's return presents a pleasant problem for the Dodgers
His fill-in at first, Cody Bellinger, has become the NL Rookie of the Year favorite, so what can L.A. do with Gonzalez now that he's back?
Mets rookie Rosario: 'It's a dream I didn't expect to happen'
Weeks after making his major league debut, Mets shortstop Amed Rosario weighs in on the pressure of being a top prospect, his struggles learning English, and learning from Jose Reyes.
Did the Red Sox's latest comeback win put the AL East out of reach?
On Friday, with one swing of the bat, Mitch Moreland might have sealed the fates of the two teams battling for the division crown.
Devers' homer matches him with Ruth and Williams.
Rafael Devers recorded back-to-back long balls on Friday against New York. Only Babe Ruth and Ted Williams accomplished the feat for the Red Sox at age 20 or younger against the Yankees.
Buxton breaks record for fastest inside-the-park homer.
Byron Buxton turns a deep fly ball off the wall in center field into the fastest inside-the-park home run ever recorded by Statcast as he reaches home in 13.85 seconds
Every crazy stat from a homer happy Friday
From walk-off grand slams, to inside-the-park home runs, Friday had it all if you dig the long ball.
Machado's trio of homers fuels O's to win.
Manny Machado powers the Orioles past the Angels with three home runs, including a grand slam to give Baltimore a walk-off victory.
Judge ties MLB record for consecutive games with a strikeout.
With his strike out in the seventh inning on Friday night, Aaron Judge increased his streak to 35-straight games.
Springer overcomes stutter with confidence.
George Springer relied on determination and baseball to build his confidence after struggling with a stutter. Now, the Astros outfielder is helping others do the same through SAY -- the Stuttering Association for the Young.
Kris Bryant returns to MVP form as Cubs make playoff push
Last season's Most Valuable Player might not be in the conversation for this year's award, but Bryant has raised his game when his team needs him most.
Baez secures the Cubs' lead with two-run dinger.
Javier Baez's 20th home run of the season adds to the Cubs' lead in a 7-4 win Friday over the Blue Jays.
'Skunk in the outfield': How the most epic trick play in history broke baseball
For 2 minutes, 32 seconds of pure chaos, a high school state championship game in Rhode Island entered a parallel universe -- and unleashed the longest hardball stalemate of all time.
The notorious hidden potato trick.
Dave Bresnahan of the 1987 Williamsport Bills managed to pull off a hidden ball trick that is still talked about today. Check out how he did it.
Yawkey Way name change a decades-old debate.
Howard Bryant says that the desire to change the name of Yawkey Way isn't a new discussion nor is it in light of recent events in Charlottesville, but rather an ongoing debate throughout the city of Boston.
Why don't players shake hands after games?
The postgame handshake line is a time-tested symbol of sportsmanship that is rarely seen in MLB today. Still, there's a chance that could change Sunday in Williamsport.
A Red Sox shortstop who wanted to be like Derek Jeter. A juvenile Astros star. And a Nationals slugger who couldn't afford to make a change. The digits on your favorite player's back tell a story and major league stars shared their jersey tales with us.
Catchers have a hard time getting into the Hall, but Posey's combination of good hitting and defense make him a very good bet.
Could a 2013 World Series rematch be in the cards? Boston is riding high in the AL East while St. Louis powered its way back among the contenders. Plus, what other teams made big moves up or down?
Stanton is healthy and leading the majors in home runs -- and is finally becoming the game-breaking slugger everyone always thought he could be.