Which up-and-comers have jumped onto Kiley McDaniel's radar in 2021?
— Jean Segura had his first multi-homer game in almost five years, Aaron Nola snapped a nine-start winless streak and the surging Philadelphia Phillies tightened the NL East race, beating the New York Mets 5-3 Saturday night.
Minor league players in the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies farm systems are wearing wristbands Saturday to protest pay that they say is insufficient.
— Cy Young Award candidate Zack Wheeler wore down early, MVP contender Bryce Harper was mostly quiet at the plate and still the Philadelphia Phillies found a way.
Which squads are rising and falling as teams start punching their postseason tickets?
— After a big night back home, Harrison Bader was munching happily on his postgame meal when it was time to field a few questions.
As the end of the season looms, several MLB award races don't yet have a clear winner. Who has the edge?
— After more than 4 1/2 hours of back-and-forth baseball, the St. Louis Cardinals finally control their playoff fate again.
Here's how the Amazin's match up with the '98 Yankees, the curse-breaking Cubs, the Big Red Machine and others in baseball's divisional era.
Adam Wainwright won in a rare matchup of pitchers in their 40s as his St. Louis Cardinals blanked Rich Hill's New York Mets 7-0 on Monday night.
— Adam Wainwright won his fifth straight start in a rare matchup of 40-year-old pitchers, and the St. Louis Cardinals blanked the New York Mets 7-0 on Monday night.
Here are stats to know, players to watch and reasons for optimism and pessimism for each wild-card hopeful.
Francisco Lindor nearly set off a brawl when he taunted the Yankees after his second home run of the game, then he broke an eighth-inning tie with his third long ball in a dramatic Subway Series-ending 7-6 victory on Sunday night.
— Francisco Lindor whistled at the Yankees, and sent the ball whistling over the wall — three times.
— A raucous New York crowd of 43,144 lurched and howled — frequently out of their seats — through a back-and-forth Subway Series game that followed an affecting Sept. 11 observance.
— The reeling Yankees made a Subway Series of mental and physical mistakes in their weekend opener at the Mets.
— Jazz Chisholm Jr. hit a tiebreaking solo homer in the eighth inning and the Miami Marlins beat the New York Mets 3-2 Thursday night.
With teams jockeying for a limited number of spots, which squads are rising and falling?
— Bryan De La Cruz had three hits, including a game-winning single off the center-field fence in the bottom of the 10th inning that gave the Miami Marlins a 2-1 victory over the New York Mets on Wednesday night.
The Braves-Mets game from Sept. 21, 2001, remains a historic moment of grief, mourning and hope after 9/11. Here's how five people who were there remember the night, the game and a 425-foot shot that helped heal a country.
— Pete Alonso hit two home runs, including the 100th of his career, and the New York Mets beat the Miami Marlins 9-4 on Tuesday night to give Carlos Carrasco his first win with the team.
New York Mets president Sandy Alderson said ace Jacob deGrom's elbow sprain "has resolved itself" and that the team now needs to see whether it's a "chronic issue that relates to mechanics in some way."