— When Will Smith decided to praise every Dodgers reliever who came through against the Phillies, the catcher had a lengthy list to remember.
We separate the contenders from the also-rans and break down the biggest holes to fill -- and which players could fill them.
— Mookie Betts knows he's struggling. He still homered and scored three runs.
— The Texas Rangers thought it was quite appropriate to end their epic road losing streak with one of their most impressive victories of the season.
First baseman Max Muncy is going on the Dodgers' injured list with a right oblique muscle strain, the latest significant injury woe for the defending World Series champions.
— Dodgers manager Dave Roberts got everything he had hoped for.
— Even amid a slow start, Dave Roberts didn't need a reminder of all the things Mookie Betts can do to help the Los Angeles Dodgers win games.
The Padres' stay at the top of our list is over, with a surging American League squad taking their place.
— Justin Turner hit two home runs and the Los Angeles Dodgers got 7 1/3 scoreless innings from their bullpen in a rain-delayed 2-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday night.
If the 2021 season were like 2020, who wins MVP? Would the Dodgers and Yankees struggle to make the playoffs?
If the 2021 MLB season ended after 60 games like the coronavirus-shortened 2020 season, the standings would look a lot different and some arguments would start over some historic numbers.
— Ke’Bryan Hayes kept his eyes on the ball — and in the process, the Pirates rookie forgot to touch 'em all.
There's more than a month until the Midsummer Classic, but voting is now open. Here's our first look at who will make it to Denver.
— Max Fried hopes a series win over the Los Angeles Dodgers reminds the Atlanta Braves they can still be a playoff team.
— It's been a frustrating season for the Atlanta Braves, who haven't been above .500 all season and have been struggling to string together some consistency.
— Chris Taylor hit a bases-loaded double in the eight-run fifth inning and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Atlanta Braves 9-5 Friday night in a rematch of last year’s NL Championship Series.
Another week, another shuffle at the top? Here's where all 30 clubs stand two months into the season.
Top 5 Plays from Wednesday night's action as heard on SportsCenter All Night on ESPN Radio w/Jay Reynolds. Narrated by SC Update Anchor Marc Robbins. 5. Tobias Harris PHI made Floater 97.5 The Fanatic 4. Luka Doncic DAL 3 Pointer 103.3 ESPN 3. Cody Bellinger LAD Grand Slam AM 570 LA Sports 2. Trae Young ATL Dagger 3 Pointer 92-9 The Game 1. Donovan Mitchell UTAH Buzzer Beater 3 Pointer 97.5 The Zone
— In what has been a difficult start to the season, Cody Bellinger and the Los Angeles Dodgers took out their frustrations on the St. Louis Cardinals in record fashion.
The first reliever to win a Cy Young Award, Marshall's unique vision revolutionized the way future pitchers approach the craft -- even if he didn't get enough credit for it in his time.
— Edmundo Sosa hit a tiebreaking single in the ninth inning, Tyler O'Neill made a running catch for the final out and the St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2 Tuesday night.
Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer
In a span of five days, the Dodgers have had two walk-off wins erased by spectacular plays from opposing left fielders. On Friday, the Giants' Mike Tauchman robbed Albert Pujols of a walk-off homer. On Tuesday, the Cardinals' Tyler O'Neill raced towards the fence to rob Mookie Betts of a walk-off double.
"Iron Mike" Marshall, who became the first reliever to win the Cy Young Award when he set a major league record by pitching 106 games in a season for the Dodgers, has died at age 78.
Who were baseball's best (and worst) in May? What stories will dominate June? Jeff Passan goes inside what we've seen so far and what's coming next.