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MLB will remove marijuana from list of ‘drugs of abuse'

Major League Baseball will begin testing players for opioids and remove marijuana from its list of "drugs of abuse," as part of its updated drug program, the league and the players union said Thursday in a news release.

Hedge fund billionaire Steve Cohen is buying the Mets

The New York Mets have agreed to be sold to hedge fund billionaire Steve Cohen, in a deal that will take five years to complete, the team announced Wednesday evening.

Pirates pitcher Vázquez faces more charges in alleged sex assault case

Felipe Vázquez, the Pittsburgh Pirates closer facing allegations of statutory sexual assault and other crimes, was hit with 21 additional charges Tuesday, according to the district attorney's office in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.

DC gives Washington Nationals victory parade

It's been a little over a year since the Washington Capitals took home the Stanley Cup and partied their way through the nation's capital.

Dems, GOP celebrate Washington Nationals' World Series win

The Washington Nationals finished the fight and a deeply divided District of Columbia rallied together for baseball's sake. It only took a historic World Series win for politicians across the aisle to unify and celebrate the Nationals' first championship in franchise history.

World Series heads to deciding Game 7

In a World Series where neither team has won a home game, the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals are headed to a deciding Game 7 after yet another team won a road game.

Houston Astros owner apologizes to Sports Illustrated journalist

Houston Astros owner Jim Crane apologized to Sports Illustrated journalist Stephanie Apstein after the team trashed a story she wrote criticizing former Astros Assistant General Manager Brandon Taubman, Apstein said.