A's lefty Sean Manaea pitched the first no-hitter against Boston in 25 years, with an overturned call preserving the gem in Oakland's 3-0 win over the sizzling Red Sox
FOX Sports Florida's Jessica Blaylock runs down how some MLB teams are trying to be more environmentally friendly with additions and changes to their stadiums.
The pitching and hitting haven't worked together as a unit for the most part of the season, but Jim Riggleman believes those basics will help this team improve.
Jose Martinez when asked if he finds himself peeking at the stats to see where he ranks among the league leaders: "No, it's still April. ... The most important thing is to help our team win."
Miles Mikolas says he's doing many of the same things he did in Japan last year: "My sequences may be a little different, but I had great command over there for three seasons. ... You make good pitches and good things will happen."
Tommy Pham "pinch-interviewing" for Jim Hayes: "Who's your favorite teammate?" Jordan Hicks: "Tommy Pham." TP: "That's right. I offered him to stay with me. He turned it down."
Adam Wainwright says he's hitting the brakes so he can avoid the same elbow issues he had last year: "Missing one or two starts at the most makes a ton more sense than missing 10."
Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash says a lot of guys played a big role tonight's victory and sent his best wishes out to former Ray Danny Farquhar who's in the hospital after suffering a brain hemorrhage last night.
Tampa Bay Rays first baseman C.J. Cron talks about the Rays' thriving offense and Blake Snell's outstanding pitching after 10-1 win over the Minnesota Twins.