- Bot 1stAngels0 - 0YankeesYankee Stadium
- Bot 1stOrioles3 - 1RaysTropicana Field
- Bot 2ndBraves3 - 0RedSoxFenway Park
- Top 2ndAstros0 - 2IndiansProgressive Field
- Bot 2ndWhiteSox0 - 0TigersComerica Park
- Bot 2ndNationals0 - 0MarlinsMarlins Park
- 5/27 - 1:35 PM EDTBlueJays0 - 0PhilliesCitizens Bank Park
- 5/27 - 1:35 PM EDTCardinals0 - 0PiratesPNC Park
- 5/27 - 2:10 PM EDTMets0 - 0BrewersMiller Park
- 5/27 - 3:05 PM EDTRoyals0 - 0RangersGlobe Life Park in Arlington
- 5/27 - 3:10 PM EDTReds0 - 0RockiesCoors Field
- 5/27 - 4:05 PM EDTDbacks0 - 0AthleticsOakland Coliseum
- 5/27 - 4:10 PM EDTTwins0 - 0MarinersSafeco Field
- 5/27 - 4:10 PM EDTPadres0 - 0DodgersDodger Stadium
- 5/27 - 8:00 PM EDTGiants0 - 0CubsWrigley Field
Chicago White Sox
Which White Sox player hit the longest home run in 2017?
Find out here in SoxTV's Best of 2017 – Longest Home Runs:
Dawel Lugo, Sergio Alcantara and Jose King have all turned heads at fall Instructional League thus far.
Nicholas Castellanos this season: 101 RBIs, 73 runs scored, 26 home runs and 10 triples, all of which marked career highs in a single season.
Vote Nick for the 2017 Hank Aaron Award:
On July 27, 1987, Iván Calderon climbed the fence in left to rob Detroit's Alan Trammell of a HR. #HispanicHeritageMonth