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Dodgers team with LeBron for stadium poll site
Lakers star LeBron James' voting-rights group has partnered with the Los Angeles Dodgers to make Dodger Stadium a polling place for the November general election.[read more]

Kelly calls Astros 'snitches' and 'rats' in podcast
Dodgers pitcher Joe Kelly says Houston players, who received immunity from discipline in return for cooperating with an MLB investigation, sacrificed their managers, coaches and team executives, who took the hit for the players' transgressions.[read more]

Strasburg ejected for arguing -- from the stands
Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg was ejected from Thursday's game against the Mets for arguing ball and strikes -- not from the mound but from the stands at Citi Field.[read more]

Cards-White Sox opener pushed back to Saturday
The Cardinals' series opener against the White Sox has been postponed from Friday to Saturday.[read more]

Plesac rips portrayal as villain after virus violation
Indians pitcher Zach Plesac feels he and teammate Mike Clevinger have been unfairly portrayed as "bad people" in the aftermath of the pitchers being quarantined by the team for violating COVID-19 protocol last weekend in Chicago.[read more]

ROY Alvarez off IL, set for '20 debut with Astros
Astros slugger Yordan Alvarez, who hit .313 with 27 home runs and 78 RBIs in 87 games en route to being the AL Rookie of the Year last season, has been activated off the injured list.[read more]

Larger than life: Aaron Judge is everything MLB could want in a superstar
The Yankees slugger will be front and center in baseball's push for more fans -- as long as he's healthy enough to stay on the field.[read more]

Toronto Blue Jays fans find unique ways to celebrate MLB return to Buffalo
With Sahlen Field fully outfitted for the occasion, Buffalo-area baseball fans welcomed their new home team from whenever they could find.[read more]

Fantasy pickups: Why now is the time to add Dylan Cease
Tristan H. Cockcroft explains why Cease may be turning the corner in his young career.[read more]

What to expect at the most unusual MLB trade deadline in history
Believe it or not, we're less than three weeks from the Aug. 31 trade deadline. Will there be a fire sale in Boston? And which of the many contenders will try to upgrade?[read more]