Willson Contreras hit his first career grand slam and Anthony Rizzo and Jason Heyward added three-run shots, powering the Chicago Cubs to a 12-8 victory over the Cincinnati Reds
Ned Yost on the Kansas City Royals' offense: "Cain's swinging the bat really well, but everybody else, it's been a bit of a struggle here of late, and it's just tough to put runs on the board when that's happening."
Miami Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton sits down with Jessica Blaylock to discuss his two-homer night Saturday and how Martin Prado gets his vote for MVP of the game.
Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash breaks down Saturday's victory, saying it was nice to see how the team stuck with it and bounced back to beat the Astros.
Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Shane Peterson chats with Alex Corddry about his approach at the plate and his stellar catch in left in the first inning Saturday night.
Ken Rosenthal discusses Managers in their final guaranteed years, Yankees buyers at the trade deadline, McCuthen almost playing in D.C and the Khris Davis trade.
Though the Royals fell 6-2 to the Rangers on Friday, Ned Yost was actually pretty happy with his team's offensive performance against Cole Hamels: "I thought our at-bats were much better tonight than they were last night."
Adam Wainwright was hoping to stay in for the sixth inning of Friday's win over the Brewers, "but I can't fault (Mike Matheny) for it. I've gotta stop throwing 100 pitches in five innings."
Mike Matheny says that Dexter Fowler, who left Friday night's Cardinals win over the Brewers with a heel injury, is fine: "The heel was keeping him from being able to run like he needed to."
Miami Marlins left-hander Adam Conley says the team has complete confidence in David Phelps and discusses what it was like to be on the mound and pitch to a team other than the Mets this season.