As the annual Crosstown Classic draws to a close Thursday at Guaranteed Rate Field, one thing remains perfectly clear: The rivalry hasn't lost any of its intensity. Despite the Chicago Cubs and their neighbors to the south, the White Sox, moving in different directions as next week's trade deadline
SAN DIEGO — Yoenis Cespedes' legs have taken a licking, but keep on ticking. The Mets outfielder returned to the starting lineup Wednesday, a day after he departed in the seventh inning with “fatigue” in his right quadriceps. Cespedes, who went 1-for-4 with a strikeout in the Mets' 6-3 loss to
The Miami Marlins return home on Thursday night -- but without three key players who were here the last time they played at Marlins Park on July 19. Reliever David Phelps was traded to the Seattle Mariners last week. Starting pitcher Tom Koehler was sent to the minors on Sunday.