John Farrell said there is still hope that Price could return in 2017, but the team is being realistic with his timetable.
There are very few teams in baseball that feature the same young star-power that the Cubs do.
Adam Wainwright left Thursday night's start after three innings and just 55 pitches.
Miami-Dade County owns the marlin- and flamingo-festooned sculpture named "Homer" by the artist, and the county says it's staying put.
Washington Nationals owner Mark Lerner revealed he has been battling cancer, which resulted in the amputation of his left leg.
Charlie Blackmon went three for five with a home run, two doubles and two RBIs in Colorado's loss to the Atlanta Braves on Thursday.
Blackmon joined an elite group in Thursday's loss to the Braves. Also making history Thursday was Braves center fielder Ender Inciarte.
Lerner has been declared cancer-free, but he needed to have his left leg amputated in the process.
Hinch wasted no time in chewing out home plate umpire Paul Nauert during his postgame comments after the Astros' loss Thursday.
John Henry said he is "haunted" by some of the views held by longtime Sox owner Tom Yawkey.
Mets manager Terry Collins said Monday that Matz will likely be placed on the DL.
Scherzer is experiencing neck problems again, only this time he's feeling pain on the other side.
The Washington Nationals placed star pitcher Max Scherzer on the disabled list on Friday.
The Dodgers newly acquired starting pitcher left his start Thursday with the team trainer.
Kershaw has been out for nearly a month with a back injury.
Bellinger rolled his ankle after making a leaping attempt for a fly ball in the bottom of the sixth inning. He was replaced by Yasiel Puig.
He wasn't suspended, but Ian Kinsler will still have to shell out for his critical comments about umpire Angel Hernandez.
Sano left Saturday's game against the Diamondbacks with a shin injury.