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Padres LHP Strahm to undergo knee surgery

San Diego Padres left-hander Matt Strahm is slated to undergo knee surgery to repair the patellar tendon in his right knee.

MLB: 54 days without a positive COVID-19 test

There have been no new positive COVID-19 cases among players for 54 consecutive days, Major League Baseball and the Players Association announced Friday.

Contrary to reports, Nationals bringing back hitting coach Long

The Washington Nationals will bring back hitting coach Kevin Long after all, reported Thursday, following a report earlier this month that his contract would not be renewed.

Cubs lead with seven Gold Glove Award nominees

Gold Glove Award nominees were announced Thursday, with the Chicago Cubs leading the list with seven players in contention for the top defensive award handed out to each position in the American and National Leagues.

After loss, Dodgers line up LHP Urias for Game 4

The Los Angeles Dodgers might have lost Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday night, but they gained a sense of normalcy for their starting rotation.

Nationals agree to terms with IF/OF Harrison

The Washington Nationals agreed to terms on a one-year contract with infielder/outfielder Josh Harrison, the team announced Thursday.

World Series opener draws record-low TV viewership

The opening game of the World Series drew a record-low television viewership total, according to figures released Wednesday by Nielsen Media Research.

Dodgers rookie RHP Gonsolin will start Game 2

Los Angeles Dodgers rookie right-hander Tony Gonsolin, who has a 9.95 ERA through two career postseason appearances, will start Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday.

Padres C Campusano faces felony drug charge

San Diego Padres catcher Luis Campusano faces a felony drug charge after a weekend traffic stop in Georgia, according to reports by the Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle and the San Diego Union-Tribune on Tuesday.

Former Astros GM Luhnow again denies wrongdoing

Former Houston Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow is again denying that he had any knowledge about the team's sign-stealing scandal during the 2017 and 2018 seasons.

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