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Francisco Lindor's uncertain future with the Indians -- and his greatest victory
The elite shortstop's next chapter, and his unbreakable bond with his big sister -- who beat cervical cancer during the 2016 World Series -- is the subject of Sunday's E:60 on ESPN2.[read more]

Mike Trout tracker, Mr. October edition: Would he trade careers with Reggie Jackson?
Mike Trout continues to move up the ranks of the all-time greats. And while passing Reggie Jackson is impressive, Trout won't play in the postseason. Again.[read more]

MLB playoff push: What's at stake on Sunday, plus current postseason bracket
Confusion reigns over who's getting seeded where, plus two spots in the NL are still up for grabs. Here's the latest on the playoff picture.[read more]

How empty ballparks would have changed MLB history -- and could alter games this October
Think fans don't make a difference? These postseason moments prove otherwise.[read more]

LeMahieu, '16 NL batting champ, nears AL title
DJ LeMahieu is on the verge of becoming the first player in more than a century to win batting titles in both leagues, while teammate Luke Voit is closing on winning the AL home run crown.[read more]

Marlins make playoffs year after 105-loss season
The Marlins on Friday became just the second team in MLB history to make the playoffs after a 100-loss season.[read more]

Samardzija after release: Honor to play for Giants
The San Francisco Giants released veteran pitcher Jeff Samardzija on Saturday, one day after he returned from a shoulder injury and rehab.[read more]

White Sox's Cordero suspended for Contreras hit
White Sox pitcher Jimmy Cordero suspended three games for intentionally hitting Cubs catcher Willson Contreras on Friday, Major League Baseball announced Saturday.[read more]

Former Giants OF Pence retires after 14 seasons
Veteran outfielder Hunter Pence announced his retirement Saturday, bringing an end to a 14-year career.[read more]

Trout on missing playoffs again: 'Don't like losing'
Angels star Mike Trout, who has been to the playoffs only once in his nine seasons, said Saturday of being mathematically eliminated from the postseason, "It sucks being out of it. It's time. We gotta get to the playoffs."[read more]