Marcell Ozuna faces two charges, including strangulation. His team says it will cooperate with an M.L.B. investigation.
In a game limited to seven innings as part of a doubleheader, the Arizona lefty gets a shutout but won’t be credited with a no-no.
Sean Kazmar Jr., who pinch-hit for Atlanta on Saturday, had been in the minors since a brief call-up in 2008.
Forrest Hill Academy, named for Nathan Bedford Forrest, also an early leader of the Ku Klux Klan, will become Hank Aaron New Beginnings Academy.
Friday’s home opener offered some prepandemic-like excitement, but even fans who support M.L.B.’s choice to move the signature event are sad to see it go.
M.L.B. is not known for activism, but former stars say pulling the All-Star Game from Georgia honors the legacies of Hank Aaron, Roberto Clemente and others.
Pulled by public opinion and sometimes their own players, leagues and teams are wading in to issues around race and social activism as never before.
Reasons for optimism and pessimism abound. Catch up with where each team stands ahead of opening day.
No matter what happened in America, his greatness still shone.
Forever linked to a legend, Al Downing says Aaron, the Hall of Famer who died on Friday, “couldn’t have been a nicer man.”
The Braves slugger occupied the rarefied space of a player who stands out in every crowd — even one full of Hall of Famers.
Teammates, Hall of Famers and former presidents mourned the loss of Hank Aaron, a player so terrific he could be taken for granted.
He held the most celebrated record in sports for more than 30 years.
Phil Niekro is the seventh member of the Baseball Hall of Fame to die this year. The pitch he perfected also appears to be lost.
A five-time all-star, he played in the major leagues for 24 seasons, but never made it to the World Series.
The Chiefs, Braves, Blackhawks and Seminoles need to follow the Cleveland baseball team in dropping their offensive names.
Los Angeles, once down by three games to one in the series, fell behind in Game 7 but came back to earn a return trip to the World Series.
The National League Championship Series gave fans their first chance to watch M.L.B. action in person, but it wasn’t a typical stadium outing.
Yes, you read that correctly.
Five home runs, 13 hits, and 15 runs scored — and that was all in just the first three innings.
They were the top two teams in hitting the long ball. But Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, which will host the N.L.C.S., has proved to be stingy.
After years of reaching the playoffs and then falling short, Atlanta is in the league championship series for the first time since 2001, thanks to a resurgent pitching staff.
The 31-year-old Braves catcher has had a career hindered by injuries, but he delivered a momentum-swinging home run in Game 1 against the Marlins.
All four series feature division rivals facing off, but the packed schedule means regular-season tactics might not cut it.
It is not just the N.F.L.’s Washington team that could get a name change. A number of schools are also reconsidering nicknames, though some are resisting any switch.