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Still-too-early 2023 MLB All-Stars: AL and NL roster predictions
There's one month until the Midsummer Classic. Here's our first look at who will make it to Seattle.[read more]

Pujols named special assistant to MLB commish
Retired slugger Albert Pujols was named a special assistant to Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred and will also serve as an analyst for MLB Network.[read more]

DeGrom moved to 60-day IL, pushing back return
Jacob deGrom won't return until at least late June after the Rangers transferred him to the 60-day injured list on Monday.[read more]

Braves option Soroka 2 starts into comeback bid
Atlanta right-hander Michael Soroka, who posted an 8.38 ERA in two starts in his comeback from two right Achilles tendon tears, was optioned to Triple-A Gwinnett on Monday.[read more]

Angels expected to activate 3B Rendon from IL
Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon is expected to be activated from the 10-day injured list this week and could return to the starting lineup as early as Tuesday's series opener against the Cubs.[read more]

Jays: 'Everything on table' for reeling Manoah
Alek Manoah retired just one of the nine Astros batters he faced Monday night, and his ERA rose from 5.46 to 6.36.[read more]

Nevada session ends without A's stadium vote
Plans to build a stadium in Las Vegas for the A's are in flux as the Nevada legislative session ended without advancing the bill, though it could be voted on later at a special session.[read more]

Which free agents should you be claiming this week?
Tristan H. Cockcroft makes his recommendations of which players deserve to be claimed off your league's waiver wire and which ones need to be sent packing from your roster.[read more]

MLB is a sport divided by historic payroll disparity -- so what's next?
After a slew of rule changes revolutionizing on-the-field play, MLB is turning some of its attention back to economics. And for good reason.[read more]

'Overwhelmed by kindness': Sarah Langs reflects on ALS journey
On Lou Gehrig Day, ESPN's own Sarah Langs shares her perspective -- and a hope for readers.[read more]