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Ashley Varela

With Max Scherzer ruled out due to injury, Gerrit Cole and Joe Ross will go toe-to-toe for World Series Game 5.
Alex Bregman went 3-for-5 with an RBI single and grand slam on Saturday, helping cement the Astros’ comeback as they tied the series 2-2 with the Nationals.
Bregman’s slam lifted the Astros to an 8-1 lead over the Nationals in the seventh inning.
A sweep may be out of reach at this point, but the Nationals still hold a clear 2-1 edge over the Astros as the World Series moves to a pivotal Game 4 on Saturday.
Callaway will join newly-returned skipper Joe Maddon in 2020.
Hader became the first NL reliever to take home back-to-back awards since Kenley Jansen in 2016-2017.
The Astros finally broke their losing streak against the Nationals, pulling off a 4-1 win in Game 3 with the help of some standout pitching from Zack Greinke, key hits from Michael Brantley and Jose Altuve, and a tireless bullpen.
One day after sustaining a troubling knee injury, Pressly appears likely to make a full recovery in time for the World Series.
Despite a recommendation from Dr. Neal ElAttrache, Hicks will do all he can to avoid undergoing major surgery on his elbow this offseason.
José Altuve led the Astros to victory with an ALCS-clinching walk-off home run win against the Yankees.
Pressly was removed from Game 6 of the ALCS after throwing just one pitch.
It’s a bullpen day for both the Yankees and Astros as the conclusion of the ALCS draws near.
On the brink of postseason elimination, the Yankees pulled off a decisive Game 5 victory over the Astros on Friday night.
James Paxton and Justin Verlander will square off for Game 2 of the ALCS as the Astros look for their first win of the series.
The Giants have given the Phillies permission to interview Dusty Baker for their managerial opening, per reports.
Gleyber Torres and Masahiro Tanaka inked their names in the postseason history books during the ALCS opener on Saturday night.
Torres went 3-for-5 with five RBI during the Yankees’ triumphant 7-0 victory over the Astros on Saturday.
Powered by six no-hit innings from Max Scherzer, the Nationals defeated the Cardinals 3-1 to extend their series lead.
Scherzer and Game 1 starter Aníbal Sánchez didn’t finish their respective no-hit attempts against the Cardinals, but they still made postseason history.
The Yankees are looking to remain undefeated as they take on the Astros for Game 1 of the ALCS on Saturday.
Freese announced his retirement from Major League Baseball following the Dodgers’ unceremonious elimination from the NLDS on Wednesday.
Game 2 of the NLCS will pit the Nationals’ Max Scherzer against Cardinals hurler Adam Wainwright.
The Nationals took an early lead in the NLCS on Friday, allowing just one hit in a decisive 2-0 victory over the Cardinals.
Sánchez made postseason history with 7 2/3 innings of no-hit ball against the Cardinals before losing his bid in the eighth.