MLB 2024 Baseball


Garcia scratched with forearm soreness

20.5.24 Texas Rangers: Injuries

Rangers slugger Adolis Garcia was scratched from the starting lineup Sunday and got an MRI on his right forearm, a day after a collision in the outfield with second baseman Marcus Semien while both All-Star players went after a popup.

"The right forearm area took a pretty good shot there from Marcus, so he'll get checked out," manager Bruce Bochy said before the game. "We'll have an MRI done, see where we're at. My guess is, I'm hoping anyway, after the day off, he'll be good to go."

Buxton back from 14-game absence

19.5.24 Minessota Twins: Injuries

Byron Buxton returned from the injured list and was in Minnesota's lineup batting fifth against Cleveland on Saturday after being sidelined the past two weeks with inflammation in his right knee. He missed Minnesota's 14 previous games.

Jung Hoo Lee to have shoulder surgery

18.5.24 San Francisco Giants: Injuries

San Francisco Giants outfielder Jung Hoo Lee will undergo season-ending surgery for a torn labrum in his left shoulder in the next couple of weeks. Lee will have about six months of rehab and is expected to make a full recovery for the 2025 season, Giants president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi said.

Sheehan undergoes UCL surgery

17.5.24 Los Angeles Dodgers: Injuries

Emmet Sheehan, a promising starting pitching prospect for the Los Angeles Dodgers, underwent surgery to repair an ulnar collateral ligament Wednesday and won't pitch this season. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said Sheehan simply "wasn't responding the way we had hoped," making surgery the logical outcome.

AL East
1NY Yank.68.833-15 (48)
2Baltimore65.929-15 (44)
3Tampa52.125-23 (48)
4Boston48.923-24 (47)
5Toronto44.420-25 (45)
AL Central
1Cleveland63.830-17 (47)
2Kansas60.429-19 (48)
3Minnes.52.224-22 (46)
4Detroit50.023-23 (46)
5Ch. Sox29.814-33 (47)
AL West
1Seattle53.225-22 (47)
2Texas50.024-24 (48)
3Houston44.721-26 (47)
4Oakland38.819-30 (49)
5LA Angels38.318-29 (47)
NL East
1Philadel.70.834-14 (48)
2Atlanta61.926-16 (42)
3NY Mets45.721-25 (46)
4Washing.44.420-25 (45)
5Miami31.315-33 (48)
NL Central
1Milwaukee58.727-19 (46)
2Ch. Cubs54.226-22 (48)
3Pittsburgh45.822-26 (48)
4St Louis43.520-26 (46)
5Cincinnati40.419-28 (47)
NL West
1LA Dodg.65.332-17 (49)
2San Diego50.024-24 (48)
3San Fran.47.923-25 (48)
4Arizona46.822-25 (47)
5Colorado32.615-31 (46)

Last results

19.5NY Yank. - Ch. Sox7 : 2
19.5Toronto - Tampa5 : 2
19.5Baltimore - Seattle6 : 3
19.5Cleveland - Minnes.8 : 2
19.5Kansas - Oakland8 : 4
19.5Texas - LA Angels1 : 4
19.5Atlanta - San Diego1 : 9
19.5Philadel. - Washing.11 : 5
19.5Miami - NY Mets3 : 7
19.5St Louis - Boston3 : 11
19.5Houston - Milwaukee9 : 4
19.5Ch. Cubs - Pittsburgh2 : 3
19.5Arizona - Detroit6 : 4
19.5San Fran. - Colorado4 : 1
19.5LA Dodg. - Cincinnati3 : 2

MLB stats

Home wins51%
Away wins49%

League format : MLB 2024

During the regular season, games are played mainly against teams within each league through an unbalanced schedule, which heavily favors divisional play. Twelve teams will qualify for the postseason, with the division winners seeded 1 through 3, and three wild cards seeded 4 through 6 in their respective leagues. The top two seeds in each league will receive a bye into the Division Series. The other four teams in each league will play best-of-three series, with the higher seed hosting all three games.

The No. 1 seed plays the winner of the 4-5 series, and the No. 2 seed plays the winner of 3-6 in a best-of-five playoff round to determine the final two teams from each league, who then play in the League Championship Series. The champions of each league meet in the World Series to declare an overall Major League Baseball winner. The World Series and League Championship Series are best-of-seven playoff rounds.