A look at what's happening all around the majors today: MILLER WATCH The Indians will evaluate Andrew Miller after the star reliever aggravated the patellar tendinitis in his right knee Monday, knocking him out of a game just days after he returned from the disabled list for the same injury. Manager Terry Francona said it was likely that Miller will return to the DL, although the team was waiting to test him a day after the flare up before making that call. "Hope for the best and hope that it's not a big deal," Miller said. "It stinks missing any time." POWER OUTAGE Right in the thick of a wide-open AL wild-card race, the Minnesota Twins will be without All-Star slugger Miguel Sano for a while.
We're in the dog days of the 2017 MLB season, and that means our focus is mostly on the various and sundry playoff races. Obviously, a glance at the standings page will give you an idea of where things stand when it comes to those coveted 10 postseason berths, but to peer a bit more deeply into these vital matters, we'll turn to our compadres over at SportsLine (@SportsLine on Twitter). Over there, they cook up projections and playoff percentages for each team and tell you what each team's chances of winning the pennant and World Series are. It's partly based on results to date, of course, but how each team projects the rest of the way at the roster level also plays a big role. So below you'll
Arrogate upset by another Baffert horse La Cañada Flintridge resident Bob Baffert was hoping to land in the winner’s circle at Saturday’s Grade I $1 million TVG Pacific Classic at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club race track. The trainer did, however, at the expense of perhaps his pride. Baffert’s top horse Arrogate entered the race as the favorite at 1-1 odds and was ridden by jockey Mike Smith. Arrogate, however, was upset at Del Mar by Baffert’s other horse, Collected, ridden by Martin Garcia. Collected outlasted Arrogate by a half-length for the victory in the seven-horse race. Though Arrogate is the all-time winningest horse in terms of money (more than $17 million won), the 4-year-old colt