Baseball : MLB 2018


Arizona 19.4.18
Walker out for season with UCL tear

Diamondbacks right-hander Taijuan Walker is headed for season-ending surgery to repair a partial elbow ligament tear. The 25-year-old pitched just two innings in his last start Saturday at Los Angeles before departing due to discomfort in his right arm. He had an MRI on Tuesday, then sought a second opinion and was headed back to Arizona on Wednesday after speaking with a doctor in New York.

Walker went 9-9 with a 3.49 ERA in 28 starts last season, helping Arizona make the playoffs as a wild card. He had no record and a 3.46 ERA in three starts this year.

Pittsburgh 17.4.18
Harrison out 6 weeks with broken finger

The Pittsburgh Pirates placed second baseman Josh Harrison on the 10-day disabled list after he broke the pinky finger on his left hand for a second time in a year. The team said Tuesday that Harrison fractured the fifth metacarpal in the finger when he was hit with a pitch by Miami's Jose Urena in the third inning of Pittsburgh's 7-3 win Sunday over the Marlins. He is expected to miss six weeks.

Oakland 15.4.18
Athletics put Hendriks on DL

The Oakland Athletics have placed right-handed reliever Liam Hendriks on the 10-day disabled list due to a right groin strain. The A's were able to make a quick swap of relievers on Saturday, activating Ryan Dull from the disabled list to take Hendriks' spot. Hendriks left Friday's series opener against Seattle in the middle of an at-bat in the eighth inning after throwing a pitch. Hendriks had made six appearances early in the season.

San Diego 14.4.18
Lamet to have elbow surgery

Right-hander Dinelson Lamet, who had been projected as the San Diego Padres' No. 2 starter this season, will have season-ending reconstructive elbow surgery next week. The 25-year-old was hurt during his final start of spring training on March 25 and began the season on the disabled list.

NY Mets 12.4.18
Travis d'Arnaud tears elbow ligament

The New York Mets suddenly found themselves down two catchers Wednesday. Travis d'Arnaud went on the disabled list for the fifth consecutive year with a partial tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow, and surgery is possible. His replacement, Kevin Plawecki, was hit by a pitch on the left hand hours later in the eighth inning against the Miami Marlins and left the game. The Mets breathed a sigh of relief when X-rays were negative, and are hopeful Plawecki won't be sidelined for long.

LA Angels 10.4.18
Ramirez will miss rest of year

Los Angeles Angels starter JC Ramirez will miss the rest of this season because of a torn ulnar collateral ligament, and Tommy John surgery has been recommended for the right-hander. Ramirez (0-2, 9.45 ERA) was put on the 10-day disabled list Sunday, a day after the 29-year-old pitcher felt tightness in his forearm in his second start this season.

NY Yank. 8.4.18
Yankees put Sabathia, Drury on DL

The New York Yankees placed left-hander CC Sabathia and third baseman Brandon Drury on the 10-day disabled list Saturday. Sabathia left Friday's game with a sore right hip after four innings. The move to the disabled list for the 37-year-old pitcher came despite a clean MRI. Drury has been dealing with severe migraines for some time. He already has seen a doctor and is set for more tests Monday.

Milwaukee 7.4.18
Knebel to miss 4-6 weeks

Milwaukee Brewers All-Star closer Corey Knebel was placed on the 10-day disabled list and is expected to miss four-to-six weeks because of a strained left hamstring. Knebel was walking with a limp Friday, a day after he was injured while pitching against St. Louis. "Right from the start I kind of thought it was pretty serious, the way it felt," Knebel said. "Then once I got home I started to kind of realize it doesn't feel as bad. I knew if it was torn off the bone I wouldn't be able to do anything, so it definitely was a little bit of a relief."

San Diego 5.4.18
Padres put Myers on disabled list

The San Diego Padres have placed outfielder Wil Myers on the 10-day disabled list with nerve irritation in his right arm. To take his roster spot, the Padres recalled right-handed reliever Phil Maton from Triple-A El Paso.

Myers is hitting .250 with one homer and one RBI in three games. He moved back to the outfield this season to make room for Eric Hosmer at first base. Myers also missed time this season with a back injury.

St Louis 3.4.18
Gyorko injures hamstring

Jedd Gyorko is off to a good start this season for the St. Louis Cardinals but likely won't be available Tuesday when they continue their three-game series against the Milwaukee Brewers. Gyorko doubled and scored two runs Monday, boosting his average to .500, but left St. Louis' 8-4 victory after five innings because of a sprained right hamstring that he expects to keep him sidelined for at least the next few days.

AL East
1Boston88.916-2 (18)
2Toronto66.712-6 (18)
3NY Yank.52.99-8 (17)
4Tampa27.85-13 (18)
5Baltimore26.35-14 (19)
AL Central
1Minnes.61.58-5 (13)
2Cleveland56.39-7 (16)
3Detroit43.87-9 (16)
4Ch. Sox26.74-11 (15)
5Kansas18.83-13 (16)
AL West
1LA Angels68.413-6 (19)
2Houston65.013-7 (20)
3Seattle52.99-8 (17)
4Oakland47.49-10 (19)
5Texas35.07-13 (20)
NL East
1NY Mets72.213-5 (18)
2Atlanta61.111-7 (18)
3Philadel.61.111-7 (18)
4Washing.47.49-10 (19)
5Miami27.85-13 (18)
NL Central
1Pittsburgh63.212-7 (19)
2St Louis55.610-8 (18)
3Milwaukee55.011-9 (20)
4Ch. Cubs50.08-8 (16)
5Cincinnati16.73-15 (18)
NL West
1Arizona72.213-5 (18)
2Colorado55.011-9 (20)
3LA Dodg.47.18-9 (17)
4San Fran.38.97-11 (18)
5San Diego35.07-13 (20)

Last results

19.4NY Yank. - Toronto4 : 3
19.4Detroit - Baltimore13 : 8
19.4LA Angels - Boston2 : 8
19.4Seattle - Houston2 : 9
19.4Atlanta - NY Mets12 : 4
19.4Philadel. - Pittsburgh7 : 0
19.4Ch. Cubs - St Louis8 : 5
19.4Milwaukee - Miami12 : 3
19.4Arizona - San Fran.3 : 1
18.4Toronto - Kansas15 : 5
18.4Tampa - Texas4 : 2
18.4Minnes. - Cleveland2 : 1
18.4Detroit - Baltimore6 : 5
18.4Oakland - Ch. Sox12 : 11
18.4LA Angels - Boston0 : 9

MLB stats

home wins47 %
draws0 %
away wins53 %

League format : Baseball : MLB 2018

During the regular season, games are played mainly against teams within each league through an unbalanced schedule, which heavily favors divisional play. Ten teams advance to postseason, the three division champions from each league, together with two wildcard teams, who will play each other, and the winner of this game advancing to the Division Series.

Three division winners and the wild-card team meet 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. The league that wins the All-Star Game is given the home field advantage in the World Series.

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