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Rays acquire Sergio Romo from Dodgers
The Rays bolstered their bullpen with veteran right-hander Sergio Romo in exchange for cash considerations or a player to be named later.
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Video: Bryce Harper crushes a home run to the Chase Field concourse
Harper unleashed his 25th home run of the season on Saturday, extending his hitting streak to 15 straight games.
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Chi Chi Gonzalez to undergo Tommy John surgery
Gonzalez is expected to miss the entire 2018 season while he works his way back from Tommy John surgery.
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Diamondbacks promote Anthony Banda
Banda was recalled from Triple-A Reno and is set to make his first big league start against the Nationals on Saturday night.
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And That Happened: Friday’s Scores and Highlights
Yoan Moncada registered his first hit in Chicago, Aaron Judge's newest home run nearly left Safeco Field, and Chris Sale entered rare company during Friday's games.
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Video: Jaime Garcia hits a 399-foot grand slam
Garcia crushed his first grand slam against the Dodgers on Friday night, becoming just the second Braves pitcher to record the feat.
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Ryon Healy exits game after taking a ground ball to the face
Healy was pulled from Friday's loss to the Mets after taking a one-hopper to the side of his face.
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Report: White Sox acquire Mark Lowe and Jean Machi from Mariners
The White Sox acquired some bullpen depth with Triple-A relievers Mark Lowe and Jean Machi on Friday.
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Yoenis Cespedes: “I’m going to play the last year of my career with Oakland”
Cespedes isn’t approaching the end of his major league career anytime soon, but when he does, his heart is set on Oakland.
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Brewers sell Michael Choice’s contract to the Nexen Heroes
Choice is set to join the Nexen Heroes of Korea Baseball Organization after failing to net another big league gig with the Brewers this season.
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Must-Click Link: The Best “Irony Jerseys”
Rickey with the Dodgers? Sure. How about Doc Gooden with the Astros?
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The Mariners and Cardinals make a minor trade
Marco Gonzalez is the Cardinals number one pick from 2013
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Topps has eliminated Chief Wahoo from both new and throwback card designs
Even on the throwback card designs from the 50s-80s
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Steven Souza says the Oakland Coliseum dirt caused him to hurt his hip
"I've never actually slid into a major league base like that and stuck and felt like I was going deeper in the ground"
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Brewers have been ‘aggressive’ in Justin Wilson trade talks
God, I hope no one punches Al Avila!
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Indians have expressed interest in Asdrubal Cabrera
He'd be a utility guy in Cleveland. Which they do not need and which he hates being in New York, but OK!
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Rangers are shopping Yu Darvish
Darvish is in his walk year. He'd be the best starter available at the deadline.
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And That Happened: Thursday’s Scores and Highlights
The Orioles sweep the Rangers in what I believe to be their 49th matchup this season.
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Dodgers designate Sergio Romo for assignment
The Dodgers designated struggling reliever Sergio Romo for assignment on Thursday.
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Nate Karns underwent season-ending surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome
Royals pitcher Nate Karns is expected to be ready for spring training after undergoing surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome.
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The Reds are on pace to break their own record for home runs allowed
The Reds set a major league record by allowing 258 home runs last season. They're on pace to give up 283 this season.
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Report: Twins close to getting Jaime Garcia
The Twins are reportedly close to acquiring starter Jaime Garcia from the Braves.
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The Cardinals lost because Trevor Rosenthal forgot to cover first base
A brief mental lapse from Trevor Rosenthal cost the Cardinals the game on Thursday afternoon against the Mets.
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Survey says: Yankees still the most hated in baseball
A FiveThirtyEight survey found that baseball fans still view the Yankees with contempt.
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Report: Qualifying offer to be in the $18 million range
The qualifying offer will likely be in the range of $18 million, according to a report.
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The Astros’ pursuit of Sonny Gray is “heating up”
Though Houston may be looking at Justin Verlander as well
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Marlins trade David Phelps to the Mariners for four prospects
Phelps has a 3.45 ERA in 44 games and has struck out 51 batters and walked 21 in 47 innings.
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Corey Seager has more homers than any other shortstop in Los Angeles Dodgers history
He is only in his second full season, too.
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And That Happened: Wednesday’s Scores and Highlights
Nolan Arenado had a whale of a game, smacking three homers and driving in seven.
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Nolan Arenado goes 5-for-6 with three homers, seven RBI in rout of Padres
Nolan Arenado had a productive afternoon, going 5-for-5 with three homers and seven RBI in Wednesday's trouncing of the Padres.
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Report: Athletics sign Chris Carter to a minor league deal
The Athletics have reportedly signed slugger Chris Carter to a minor league contract.
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J.D. Martinez exits first game as a Diamondback after being hit on the hand by a pitch
J.D. Martinez's first game as a Diamondback didn't go so well. He had to leave early after being hit on the hand by a pitch.
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Report: Giants to sign Pablo Sandoval to a minor league deal
The Giants are reportedly signing Pablo Sandoval to a minor league contract.
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Red Sox release Pablo Sandoval
Third baseman Pablo Sandoval is officially a free agent as the Red Sox released him on Wednesday.
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Giancarlo Stanton rips Marlins after dropping series to lowly Phillies
Giancarlo Stanton seems upset that the Marlins just dropped a series to the Phillies, who currently own baseball's worst record at 32-61.
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Video: Cubs pitcher Mike Montgomery hits his first career home run
Cubs pitcher Mike Montgomery absolutely crushed an R.A. Dickey knuckleball for his first career home run on Wednesday.
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Joe Ross underwent Tommy John surgery
Nationals starter Joe Ross had season-ending Tommy John surgery on Wednesday.
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Eduardo Nunez is on the Red Sox’ radar
The Giants' third baseman is out with a tight hamstring today, however.
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Bartolo Colon is considering retirement
He is due to start Monday night against the Dodgers
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Kris Bryant day-to-day with sprained pinky finger
He did it in the first inning while sliding head first into third base.
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Carlos Beltran’s glove is a zombie
It will reanimate in left field for this afternoon's game against Seattle
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Plesac: Kershaw 'breathes different air'
Former MLB pitcher Dan Plesac explains why Dodgers lefty Clayton Kershaw is the best pitcher in the league.
Why Tim Tebow should get shot in MLB
Tim Tebow is better at baseball than Michael Jordan was, and he has the talent to make the major leagues despite not "paying his dues" in the minors, according to Dan Plesac.
White Sox to call up top prospect Yoan Moncada
One of the game's top prospects will now play regularly in the bigs
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Plesac: MLB pitchers have more power, less control
Former Brewers pitcher Dan Plesac says today's MLB pitchers are more powerful, but less controlled than the pitchers from his time in the majors.
Plesac: George Hendrick owned me
Three-time American League All-Star Dan Plesac recalls how George Hendrick could hit him like no one else and why he struggled against lefties.
Bryce Harper and Mike Trout traded home runs. Harper kept going.
The two biggest stars in baseball faced off last night.
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New York’s trade stokes Yankees-Red Sox rivalry
No, it's not Alex Rodriguez and Jason Varitek, but it's fun all the same.
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And That Happened: Tuesday’s Scores and Highlights
Michael Wacha shuts out the Mets and the Cubs win again as the NL Central race tightens up
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Video: Chris Christie gets foul ball at Citi Field, gets booed lustily
Chris Christie, whose approval rating was recently polled at 15 percent, was booed after snagging a foul ball during Tuesday's game at Citi Field.
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Report: Giants drawing interest in Jeff Samardzija, Hunter Strickland
The Giants are reportedly drawing interest in pitchers Jeff Samardzija and Hunter Strickland.
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Yankees acquire Frazier, Robertson, Kahnle from White Sox
The Yankees are reportedly close to acquiring Todd Frazier, David Robertson, and Tommy Kahnle from the White Sox.
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Stephen Vogt to miss at least a month with strained MCL in left knee
Stephen Vogt will miss at least a month after suffering a knee injury in a collision on Monday night.
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Diamondbacks acquire J.D. Martinez from Tigers
The Tigers will receive prospects Dawel Lugo, Sergio Alcantara, and Jose King from the Diamondbacks in exchange for J.D. Martinez.
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Bartolo Colon will debut for the Twins tonight
The Twins announced a few roster moves on Tuesday. Starter Bartolo Colon was recalled from Triple-A Rochester to start against the Yankees at Target Field. Reliever Craig Breslow was reinstated from the 10-...
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Astros' Correa (thumb surgery) out 6-8 weeks
The Astros will have to survive the next six to eight weeks without shortstop Carlos Correa as he suffered a torn ligament in his left thumb during Monday's game.
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Rankings: OAK and ATL surge; MIA and CHI fall
The Athletics and Braves gain ground while the Marlins and White Sox plummet in this week's Power Rankings.
The Rays acquire reliever Chaz Roe
Roe is just recently back from a lat injury which has kept him out of action most of the year.
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Nationals to designate Jacob Turner for assignment to make room for Edwin Jackson
Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post reports that the Washington Nationals will designate pitcher Jacob Turner for assignment today. They’ll make the move so they can call up Edwin Jackson who will...
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Starling Marte to be activated today after PED suspension
He'll be back in left field for the Pirates tonight
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Dodgers trying to sell naming rights to field at Dodger Stadium
Can you imagine Vin Scully saying "Welcome to Jamba Juice Field at Dodger Stadium"?
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Report: Yankees, A's talk Alonso trade
Yonder Alonso is hitting .268/.366/.555 with 21 home runs and could serve as a short-term rental for New York
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MLB Players Alumni Association announces “Heart and Hustle Award” nominees
Nelson Cruz is the Seattle nominee
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And That Happened: Monday’s Scores and Highlights
Dee Gordon had reason to smil-- er, stick his tongue out.
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Marlins place Martin Prado on the disabled list with a sprained right knee
Marlins trade candidate Martin Prado has been placed on the 10-day disabled list with a sprained right knee.
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Video: Aaron Judge’s bat may be slumping, but his arm isn’t
Aaron Judge uncorked a 97.7 MPH throw to nail Brian Dozier at the plate during Monday's game.
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Report: Nationals still looking for more bullpen help
The Nationals are still on the hunt for more relief help, particularly a closer, according to a report.
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Dansby Swanson could be sent back to the minors
Former No. 1 overall pick Dansby Swanson has struggled this season and may have to go back to the minors to work things out.
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Greg Bird to undergo foot surgery
Yankees first baseman will have surgery on his foot on Tuesday, which will keep him out an estimated six to eight weeks.
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Braves activate Sean Rodriguez from the 60-day disabled list
Sean Rodriguez was expected to miss the entire 2017 season, but he will rejoin the Braves shortly after the second half has begun.
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Home Run Derby already being blamed for Judge’s slump
As expected, the Home Run Derby was made the scapegoat for a player's second-half struggles. This time, that player is Aaron Judge.
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Phillies place Aaron Altherr on DL, activate Cesar Hernandez
Hot-hitting Phillies outfielder Aaron Altherr has been placed on the 10-day disabled list with a strained right hamstring.
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Take and rake is not the best strategy for a baseball-themed gender reveal
You had best go up to bat with your hacking shoes on
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Ryan Zimmerman becomes the all-time home run leader for the Expos-Nationals franchise
He passes Vald Guerrero to become the franchise home run king
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Can you imagine Coors Field as a pressurized dome?
Or would you believe a hyperbaric chamber for the home clubhouse?
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Dan Patrick not surprised about PED use in MLB
Dan Patrick isn't surprised by the MLB's increase in offensive numbers and says players think the financial gains far outweigh the penalties.
Logan Morrison unleashed a tremendous bat flip
If he was this exciting before the All-Star break maybe he would've been in the Home Run Derby after all
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And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
Adam Frazier had a walkoff hit. There were, however, a couple of way weirder walkoffs yesterday.
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Bradley Jr. robbing Judge’s HR highlights Red Sox’s win over Yankees
BOSTON — Major league home run leader Aaron Judge hit a towering fly ball toward the triangle in Fenway Park’s center field, and Jackie Bradley Jr. began drifting over toward the bullpen wall....
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Stacy Piagno becomes third woman since 1950 to earn a win in a men’s professional league
Stacy Piagno became the first woman to earn a win in a men's professional league since the 1950's.
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Video: Marcell Ozuna scales the fence to rob Enrique Hernandez of a home run
All-Star Marcell Ozuna made a great catch to rob Enrique Hernandez of a home run during Sunday's game.
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Report: Chris Carter likely to sign with Rangers or Athletics
Chris Carter is expected to sign with either the Rangers or Athletics, according to a report.
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Video: Nelson Cruz fakes charging the mound after being hit by pitch
Former teammates Nelson Cruz and Derek Holland had a laugh after the lefty hit Cruz with a pitch in the first inning.
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Report: Braves “very open” to offers for Julio Teheran
According to ESPN's Buster Olney, the Braves are "very open" to offers for starter Julio Teheran.
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Jose Quintana dazzles in Cubs debut
Jose Quintana tossed seven shutout innings against the Orioles in his Cubs debut on Sunday.
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Nationals acquire Madson, Doolittle from Athletics
The Nationals finally located some pitching depth after acquiring Sean Doolittle and Ryan Madson for Blake Treinen and two minor leaguers.
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Rockies place Tyler Chatwood on the 10-day disabled list with a right calf strain
Chatwood landed on the 10-day disabled list after sustaining a right calf strain during his start on Saturday.
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J.D. Martinez is drawing interest from Rockies, Diamondbacks
Martinez is building toward a career year and could be one of the top trade targets at the deadline.
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And That Happened: Saturday’s Scores and Highlights
The Yankees-Red Sox game finished under protest, Cody Bellinger recorded a franchise-first cycle, and Anthony Rendon crushed a grand slam during Saturday's games.
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Yankees top Red Sox 4-1 in 16th; Boston plays under protest
Didi Gregorius lined a go-ahead single in the 16th inning and the New York Yankees outlasted the Boston Red Sox 4-1 Saturday in the longest game between the bitter rivals at Fenway Park since 1966.
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Bellinger becomes first Dodgers rookie to hit for cycle
Cody Bellinger became the first Dodgers rookie to hit for the cycle and Alex Wood became the first Dodgers pitcher in more than a century to win his first 11 decisions in a season.
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Michael Pineda could undergo Tommy John surgery next week
Pineda will seek a second opinion before committing to the surgery, but could undergo the procedure as soon as Tuesday.
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Report: Nationals trying to acquire Ryan Madson and Sean Doolittle
The Nationals are looking to upgrade their bullpen this summer, and they appear to have their sights set on two of Oakland's top relievers.
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Giants place Johnny Cueto on 10-day disabled list with blisters
Cueto is expected to miss two starts after experiencing "hot spots" on his pitching hand during Friday's start.
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Report: Astros are looking at Jeff Samardzija as a trade candidate
Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports that the Astros are doing 'background work' on the Giants' right-hander.
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White Sox acquire Yeyson Yrizarri from Rangers
The Rangers will receive international signing bonus pool money in exchange for the hard-hitting infielder.
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Report: Pablo Sandoval is interested in reuniting with Giants
Sandoval could be eyeing a return to San Francisco if he clears waivers this month.
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And That Happened: Friday’s Scores and Highlights
Mike Trout returned to baseball, the Cubs blew an eight-run lead and Ryan Braun slugged a record-setting grand slam during Friday's games.
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A Pirates fan hurled Jedd Gyorko’s home run ball into the river
This fan was none too pleased about the Cardinals' early lead on Friday night.
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Stephen Piscotty left Friday’s game with a right groin strain
Piscotty was removed from the ninth inning of Friday's 5-2 loss to the Pirates after sustaining a right groin strain on a throw from the outfield.
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Video: Ryan Braun makes franchise history with his sixth career grand slam
Braun crushed a grand slam against the Phillies on Friday night, setting a new all-time high in Brewers' history.
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Nationals place Joe Ross on 10-day disabled list with an elbow sprain
Ross is preparing for a long stint on the disabled list after he was diagnosed with a right elbow sprain on Friday.
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Andrew Triggs underwent season-ending hip surgery
Triggs is expected to return by spring training 2018 after undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left hip.
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Report: Cubs still have Sonny Gray on radar after Jose Quintana acquisition
Like Jose Quintana, the key to Gray is that he's team controlled beyond 2017.
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Michael Pineda needs Tommy John surgery
His season is over. And is impending free agency is now occurring at the worst possible time.
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Prince Fielder: “You don’t have to have a perfect ending to be happy”
Despite a forced retirement, he's traveling the world and enjoying his life.
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Red Sox designate Pablo Sandoval for assignment
Sandoval cements his place as one of the biggest busts in the history of free agency
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MLB second half preview: Contenders and pretenders
Baseball is back. Who are the contenders and who are the pretenders? Who is buying and who is selling?
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Jung Ho Kang likely to never play for the Pirates again
He still does not have a U.S. visa after his third DUI conviction in Korea
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Tim Tebow is raking in high A-ball, hits a walkoff homer
He's hitting .327 with three homers and 10 RBI in 16 games at St. Lucie
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Astros, Dodgers are surefire World Series bets
With baseball starting up again now that the All-Star break is over, the Dodgers are +350 favorites on the 2017 World Series odds followed by the Astros at +425.
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And That Happened . . . Classic!
40-year-old Tom Seaver struck out 11 and allowed three runs over eight and two-thirds
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Jose Quintana to debut for Cubs on Sunday
Jose Quintana will make his Cubs debut on Sunday.
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Report: Phillies have been “vocal” to Marlins about interest in Christian Yelich
According to Ken Rosenthal, the Phillies are very interested in Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich.
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Red Sox release Jhonny Peralta
The Red Sox released veteran infielder Jhonny Peralta, who was struggling at Triple-A.
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Colby Rasmus decides to “step away” from baseball
Colby Rasmus, still on the disabled list with a hip injury, has decided to "step away" from baseball and isn't expected to return this year.
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Taking Back the Ballparks . . . at least in name
We can do better than "Guaranteed Rate," right?
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Yankees trade reliever Tyler Webb to the Brewers for first baseman Garrett Cooper
Cooper could immediately come to New York to address the Yankees' first base woes.
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MLB Midseason Award Winners: Manager of the Year
A.J. Hinch and the Astros have been dominant. But is dominance the measure of a Manager of the Year?
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Cubs acquire Jose Quintana from the White Sox
The Cubs added a big time pitcher on Thursday, acquiring pitcher Jose Quintana from the White Sox in exchange for four prospects.
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MLB Midseason Award Winners: Rookie of the Year
No need to look over your shoulder, Cody. You are safely in the lead.
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Fantasy baseball: Waiver wire options to look into
As the second half of the baseball season gets under way, here are three players worth looking into on the waiver wire for your fantasy team.
MLB Midseason Award Winners: Cy Young
Clayton Kershaw is the best pitcher on the planet, but Max Scherzer has been the best so far in 2017.
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MLB Midseason Award Winners: MVP
Aaron Judge is an easy choice in the American League. What about the NL?
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And That Happened . . . CLASSIC!
Washington: First in war, first in peace and first in having outfielders fall to their deaths over Niagara Falls!
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Off-day Twitter Q&A
There are zero games scheduled today and tomorrow, so to help pass the time, I've decided to take some questions on Twitter.
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Alex Bregman rips a fan on Twitter, deletes his account in shame
MLB may fine him but, really, his self-humiliation is probably punishment enough.
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Kahnle, Zimmer among must-adds before deadline
With the MLB trade deadline approaching, White Sox reliever Tommy Kahnle is a smart addition, while the Indians' Bradley Zimmer could add valuable steals down the stretch.
Rob Manfred thinks bats are to blame for home run spike
It is currently a baseless claim that seems calculated to lay the blame on players rather than Major League Baseball.
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All-Star Weekend shows MLB is in good hands
With so many young stars emerging in MLB at the age of 25 and under the future looks bright for America's pastime, but will it lead to increased ratings for the sport?
Must-Click Link: Jason Kipnis talks about . . . everything
The Indians second baseman gives us some rare, cliche-free insight into the life of a ballplayer
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Judge, Cano show why it’s so hard to hype MLB stars
Baseball defies prediction, which can make it difficult at times to sell new stars and storylines, but part of what makes "America's Pastime" beautiful.
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Robinson Cano named MVP of 2017 All-Star Game
Robinson Cano homered in the 10th inning to win it for the American League and earn himself All-Star Game MVP honors.
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AL edges NL 2-1 to win fifth consecutive All-Star Game
The American League won its fifth consecutive All-Star Game, beating the National League 2-1 in 10 innings on Tuesday.
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Nelson Cruz had Yadier Molina take a picture of him with Joe West before batting in the All-Star Game
Nelson Cruz really wanted a picture with Joe West, so he asked Yadier Molina to take one before batting in the sixth inning of Tuesday's All-Star Game.
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Brad Mills channeled his inner Lou Brown before Tuesday’s All-Star Game
Brad Mills found an interesting way to motivate his team prior to Tuesday's All-Star Game.
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The Daytona Tortugas are having a “Bob Ross Night” on Saturday
The Daytona Tortugas are having a "Bob Ross Night" on Saturday to celebrate the famous TV painter.
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Great Moments in Consistency: Rob Manfred Edition
Rob Manfred claims it's not his job to involve himself with the Dodgers TV deal. It's simply not his choice.
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With a win, the American League can tie the all-time All-Star series
The NL leads 43-42-2 entering tonight's Midsummer Classic
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Kershaw, Bellinger put Dodgers atop power rankings
After winning nine of their last 10, the Dodgers have surged to the top spot in this week's Power Rankings.
Yankees release Chris Carter
Carter, 30, hit .201 with eight homers, 26 RBIs and a .284 on-base percentage in 208 plate appearances.
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Must-Click Link: Pat Neshek at the All-Star Game
A difficult, touching story about the relievers family.
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Derek Jeter and . . . Michael Jordan are closing in on purchasing the Miami Marlins
Michael Jordan would not be putting up much money, but he'll certainly make headlines.
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Miguel Cabrera speaks out about threats against his family in Venezuela
And, in a rare display of political outspokenness, offers his passionate support to Venezuela's opposition.
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Judge makes Home Run Derby look easy
Aaron Judge cruised to victory in the Home Run Derby with raw power, but Cody Bellinger's scientific approach to hitting impressed Dan Patrick.
And That Happened . . . CLASSIC!
The Reds lost . . . or did they?
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Aaron Judge defeats Miguel Sano to win 2017 Home Run Derby
Yankees slugger Aaron Judge lived up to the hype, easily defeating Miguel Sano in the finals of the 2017 Home Run Derby.
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2017 Home Run Derby Live Blog
The 2017 Home Run Derby is under way in Miami.
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HardballTalk 2017 Home Run Derby Predictions
Check out who we think will win the 2017 Home Run Derby.
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Report: Jeffrey Loria to sell Marlins to Jorge Mas for $1.17 billion
Jeffrey Loria is ready to sell the Marlins to businessman Jorge Mas for $1.17 billion, according to a Forbes report.
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Dan Warthen: Noah Syndergaard can return sooner if Mets use him out of the bullpen
Mets pitching coach Dan Warthen suggested that the team could get Noah Syndergaard back from the DL sooner if he's used out of the bullpen.
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Cards' DeJong, Astros' Gattis heating up
Cardinals' Paul DeJong, Astros' Evan Gattis and Brewers' Domingo Santana are baseball's top hitters that are heating up at the plate as we head into the break.
Bryce Harper: Phillies fans not as rude as fans of Mets, Braves
Bryce Harper said that Philly fans haven't been as rude to him as Mets and Braves fans have been.
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Max Scherzer, Chris Sale to start the All-Star Game
And we have the lineups for the AL and NL squads as well
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Dodgers' pitching sets them apart from contenders
The Los Angeles Dodgers have the pitching to compete with the Astros or Indians in a potential World Series meeting, says Karl Ravech.
The Marlins lawsuits against season ticket holders continue apace
They're foreclosing on a former season ticket holder's building to satisfy a judgment
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Aaron Judge's numbers shouldn't raise PED question
Aaron Judge is turning in a historic season with the Yankees, but the rookie's impressive numbers shouldn't be viewed with skepticism.
Does the Home Run Derby format need to change?
With the highly-anticipated 2017 Home Run Derby taking place on Monday, Dan Patrick and Karl Ravech discuss if the event needs changes.
There are still All-Star tickets available at face value
They're $280, but it seems notable that any tickets are available this late in the game
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Mike Trout to return to action on Friday
Trout was batting .337/.461/.742 with 16 homers, 36 RBIs and ten stolen bases before missing 39 games.
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The Futures Game Was Yesterday. You Probably Missed It.
Major League Baseball ensures this by burying it at 4pm on Sunday
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And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
Clayton Kershaw was dominant, the Astros and Pirates won in blowouts and four teams were shut out as we enter the break.
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Mike Hampton resigns as Mariners bullpen coach
Mike Hampton resigned as the Mariners' bullpen coach after Sunday's 4-0 win over the Athletics.
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Jason Kipnis placed on disabled list with strained hamstring
Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis suffered a strained right hamstring on Saturday.
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Report: Red Sox want Martin Prado/David Phelps package deal with Marlins
Bob Nightengale of USA TODAY Sports reports that the Red Sox are interested in a package deal with the Marlins involving third baseman Martin Prado and reliever David Phelps. While the Red Sox don’t...
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Houston Astros slaughter Toronto Blue Jays, 19-1
The Astros blew out the Blue Jays, 19-1, to improve to 60-29 heading into the All-Star break and stay on pace to win 109 games.
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Kyle Freeland loses no-hitter with one out in the ninth
Rockies lefty Kyle Freeland has held the White Sox hitless through six innings on Sunday afternoon at Coors Field.
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Betts sets franchise record with 11th leadoff home run
Mookie Betts' leadoff home run on Sunday set a new franchise record for Red Sox sluggers.
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Must-read: Tony Jaramillo overcame adversity to succeed as a hitting coach
Tony Jaramillo overcame adversity during childhood and is now a successful coach at the major league level for the Reds.
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Jered Weaver’s career with the Padres might be over
Manager Andy Green said the team has given Weaver "latitude to explore some things."
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Report: Yankees are pursuing a trade for Justin Bour
With the second half around the corner, the Yankees are looking for infield help -- and Bour could be just the man they need.
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And That Happened: Saturday’s Scores and Highlights
Clint Frazier recorded his first walk-off HR, the Dodgers won their 60th game of the year, and Marcus Stroman threw an excellent slider.
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Justin Verlander finally recorded his first strikeout in July
Verlander fanned Bradley Zimmer on three pitches, recording his first strikeout of the month during the Tigers' 4-0 loss to the Indians on Saturday.
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The Dodgers and Nationals are interested in Justin Wilson
As many as four teams have expressed interest in Wilson so far, who could be up for grabs at this year's trade deadline.
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Giants place Austin Slater on 10-day disabled list with right groin injury
Slater sustained a groin injury during the eighth inning of Friday's 6-1 loss to the Marlins.
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Clint Frazier hits first walk-off home run for Yankees
The Yankees needed a win badly on Saturday and Clint Frazier delivered the heroics with his first career walk-off home run.
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Mets' Nimmo on 10-day DL with partially collapsed lung
Brandon Nimmo's injury may not be as serious as it appears, but will still require a stint on the disabled list.
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And That Happened: Friday’s Scores and Highlights
Carlos Carrasco pitched an immaculate inning, Aaron Judge hit his 30th home run and Adrian Sanchez logged his first major league hit during Friday's games.
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Nate Karns might need season-ending surgery
Karns has reportedly shown signs of thoracic outlet syndrome and could miss the remainder of the 2017 season.
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Aaron Judge breaks Joe DiMaggio’s franchise record
Two games shy of the All-Star break, Aaron Judge is on pace for 60 home runs, 132 RBI, and 200 runs scored.
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Twins sign Bartolo Colon to minor league deal
Colon signed a minor league deal with the Twins just one day after getting released by the Braves.
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Reds sign first-round draft pick Hunter Greene
Greene signed just before the deadline on Friday afternoon, inking a $7.23 million bonus with the Reds.
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Matt Shoemaker will be shut down for 7-10 days with posterior interosseous nerve syndrome
Shoemaker is expected to be sidelined an additional 3-4 weeks after another nerve issue cropped up in his forearm this week.
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Giancarlo Stanton is Home Run Derby favorite
What, you think Justin Bour has a shot?
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MLB announces seven replacements to All-Star rosters
Roberto Osuna, Chris Devenski, Alex Wood and Brandon Kintzler are all first time All-Stars
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Yankees brass criticizes Greg Bird for being injured
And an old friend in the New York tabloids allows him to do so uncritically
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Ichiro now has more hits than any foreign-born player in major league history
He passed Rod Carew on the all-time list
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Minor leaguer hustles infield popup into “triple”
Never stop running, kids. Never stop running.
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Brad Mills will manage American League All-Stars
Terry Francona underwent a heart procedure for an irregular heartbeat and will miss the All-Star Game as a result.
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Brewers looking at Jose Quintana, Sonny Gray
Milwaukee is a surprise contender and now they may be looking to buy at the deadline.
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And That Happened: Thursday’s Scores and Highlights
A position player pitching, a rain delay with no rain and yet another Dodgers win
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Carlos Correa salty after Roberto Osuna very slightly delayed getting final out of game
Carlos Correa didn't like how long Roberto Osuna took to record the final out of Thursday's 7-4 loss.
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The Braves-Nationals game has been delayed nearly three hours
The Nationals apparently intend to start and complete a game against the Braves that was delayed three hours by rain that never fell.
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Xander Bogaerts hit on hand by pitch, X-rays negative
Xander Bogaerts left Thursday's game after being hit on the hand with a pitch, but fortunately X-rays came back negative.
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Jon Jay pitched, peaked at 66 MPH, and held the Brewers scoreless
Jon Jay somehow found a way to silence the Brewers' bats as the Cubs suffered an 11-2 blowout loss on Thursday.
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Justin Turner, Mike Moustakas win the Final Vote
Two third baseman won the Final Vote to get into the All-Star Game: Justin Turner of the Dodgers and Mike Moustakas of the Royals.
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A Single-A player homered twice off Madison Bumgarner in the same inning
A Dodgers Single-A outfielder, DJ Peters, hit two home runs off of Madison Bumgarner in his rehab start on Wednesday.
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The Marlins extended Michael Hill’s contract recently
Amid efforts to sell his team, Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria reportedly extended Michael Hill's contract.
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Being on the disabled list is like being the walking dead
"It's like we're lepers or something" 
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Angel Hernandez, Joe West are All-Star umpires
Speak of the Angel
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