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Rival Executives Expect Justin Verlander To Hit The Trading Block
One of the best pitchers in the past decade could soon be on the market
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There is a Tyler glut in baseball
Most of them are bad, too.
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MLB umpire saves woman from jumping on way to game
John Tumpane, a MLB umpire, describes how he saved a woman from jumping off a bridge on his way to call the Pittsburgh Pirates game.
A second study confirms that home runs are up due to a change in the baseball
There is less drag on the balls used since mid-2015 and that means they're flying farther.
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Kris Bryant exits game with sprained right ankle
Kris Bryant appeared to injure his ankle while catching a pop-up during Wednesday's game against the Nationals.
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Video: Nolan Arenado throws out Ty Blach from his back
Nolan Arenado made a great play at third base to rob the opposing starting pitcher of a base hit.
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Tim Tebow homered on his first day with Single-A St. Lucie
Tim Tebow started off his first game after his promotion in style, homering in his first at-bat.
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Cardinals option Aledmys Diaz to Triple-A
Aledmys Diaz, who was in the running for the NL Rookie of the Year Award last season, has been sent down to the minors after a rough first half.
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Report: Red Sox, Yankees have contacted Marlins about Martin Prado
According to a report, the Red Sox and Yankees have both reached out to the Marlins about infielder Martin Prado.
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Carl Edwards, Jr.’s reason for skipping the Cubs’ visit to the White House is… interesting
Cubs reliever Carl Edwards, Jr. preferred to do a very particular thing in Chicago rather than join his teammates to visit the White House for a second time.
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Yankees place Matt Holliday on the DL with a viral infection
Matt Holliday had been complaining about feeling fatigued and hadn't played since Saturday. He'll take a few more days off to recover from a viral infection.
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Drew Smyly to undergo Tommy John surgery
Drew Smyly's season is over as he will undergo Tommy John surgery on his injured left elbow.
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Blue Jays sign Michael Saunders
He played for the Jays in 2015 and 2016
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Giants closer Mark Melancon is heading to the disabled list once again
Sam Dyson will close for the Giants in his absence.
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The Cubs visited the White House. Again.
They visited Obama back in January. Yet here they are, back again.
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Drew Smyly has a torn UCL, will undergo Tommy John surgery
Smyly was said to have a "setback" in his rehab. This, obviously, is more than a mere setback.
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Miguel Montero to be designated for assignment
The lesson: backup catcher can't really get away with publicly calling out a respected veteran teammate.
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Freddie Freeman could be activated weeks ahead of schedule
He was originally expected to miss ten weeks. Now he may be back by July 9.
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Bryce Harper is pretty clearly messing with people
Maybe he wants to join the Cubs someday, but he's not telegraphing it via Instagram. At least not seriously.
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Miguel Montero throws Jake Arrieta under the bus after the Nats steal seven bases
But by our estimation, Montero was at greater fault on more of the steals.
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And That Happened: Tuesday’s Scores and Highlights
Trea Turner and the Nats ran wild on the Cubs. Miguel Montero blamed his pitcher for all the running.
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Yasiel Puig’s one-game suspension has been rescinded
Yasiel Puig will make a charitable donation instead of serving a one-game suspension for flipping off some hecklers in Cleveland two weeks ago.
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Video: Adrian Beltre hits his 450th career home run
Watch Adrian Beltre crank out the 450th home run of his career.
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Robert Gsellman exits start with apparent leg injury
Robert Gsellman appeared to have suffered a leg injury attempting to beat out an infield single during Tuesday's start against the Marlins.
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The Giants are calling up Jae-gyun Hwang
The Giants are calling up Jae-gyun Hwang from Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday.
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Report: Pete Mackanin fined Odubel Herrera for attempting to steal despite red light
Odubel Herrera reportedly attempted to steal a base when he had a red light and that resulted in a fine from manager Pete Mackanin.
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Former Mets pitcher Anthony Young dies at 51
Former Mets pitcher Anthony Young died at the age of 51 on Tuesday.
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Blue Jays designate Jason Grilli for assignment
Veteran reliever Jason Grilli was designated for assignment by the Blue Jays on Tuesday.
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The Mariners are hosting a “Celebrating Women in Baseball” night this summer
The Mariners are hosting an event in which several women involved in the industry are invited to speak.
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Terry Francona will not manage tonight’s game against the Rangers
Major health concerns have been ruled out, but Brad Mills will manage the Indians this evening.
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Astros top list thanks to improved pitching
The Houston Astros hold on to the top spot of the MLB Power Rankings, in most part because of the return of Lance McCullers and improvement of Mike Fiers.
Red Sox manager John Farrell receives a one-game suspension
The spittle flew over a balk call last Saturday. Now Farrell will sit for a game
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Alabama man arrested for stealing a Braves golf cart from SunTrust Park
Meanwhile, in Cobb County . . .
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Report: The Yankee Stadium charity is a secretive, self-dealing boondoggle
The New York Times has revealed all kinds of shadiness in a charity set up by the Yankees
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Who is the fastest sprinter in baseball?
We won't give it away, but it is NOT Albert Pujols
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Here are the final All-Star voting results before the close of balloting
Voting ends Thursday at midnight. The final rosters will be announced on Sunday
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Javier Baez made a couple of fantastic plays last night
One was a diving catch, the other a sliding catch
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Terry Francona once again leaves a game due to illness
Francona was briefly hospitalized on June 13 due to similar, unspecified symptoms.
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And That Happened: Monday’s Scores and Highlights
Cleveland spotted Texas a seven-run lead by the fourth inning and then proceeded to bash the Rangers' brains in.
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Rockies acquire Zac Rosscup from Cubs
The Cubs and Rockies swapped relief pitchers on Monday evening.
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U.S. Court of Appeals affirms ruling that the minor leagues are exempt from federal antitrust law
The U.S. Court of Appeals said on Monday that minor league players failed to state an antitrust claim against Major League Baseball.
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Rockies place Carlos Gonzalez and Tyler Anderson on the disabled list
Carlos Gonzalez and Tyler Anderson both went on the 10-day disabled list on Monday.
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Zach Putnam underwent Tommy John surgery
White Sox reliever Zach Putnam underwent Tommy John surgery recently, ending his season.
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Brandon Finnegan exits start with apparent injury
Reds lefty Brandon Finnegan left Monday's start against the Cardinals in the fourth inning with an apparent injury.
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Nationals' Taylor, Dodgers' Bellinger heating up
Dodgers' Cody Bellinger has continued his incredible rookie season in Los Angeles with a scorching performance in June while Michael Taylor has stepped in nicely for the Nationals.
Rays acquire Adeiny Hechavarria from the Marlins
The Rays acquired shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria from the Marlins on Monday afternoon.
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Nats players are fed up with their bullpen issues
Things are going great for the Nats this year. With one exception.
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The Nats are going to sign Francisco Rodriguez for some reason
K-Rod has a 7.82 ERA. Good luck and godspeed.
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The Giants chemistry is suffering because a guy they all hated is gone
Angel Pagan was, apparently, a great unifier. Who knew?!
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Are Mets positioning Tebow for September call-up?
With the New York Mets continuing to move up Tim Tebow in the minors, it's looking more likely that he will play in the majors in September, according to Dan Patrick.
Madison Bumgarner began his rehab assignment yesterday
Bumgarner is shooting for a late July return to the Giants rotation
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Is it really that weird that Cody Bellinger does not know who Jerry Seinfeld is?
The kid was two when "Seinfeld" went off the air. Maybe we can cut him some slack?
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And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
Cody Bellinger hit his 23rd and 24th homers of the year to help lead the Dodgers to victory.
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Giancarlo Stanton will defend his Home Run Derby title
Giancarlo Stanton will defend his Home Run Derby title when the Marlins host the All-Star Game festivities in Miami next month.
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Aaron Hicks to go on the disabled list with an oblique injury
Aaron Hicks suffered an oblique injury on Sunday and expects to miss the next three to four weeks.
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Report: Phillies making Maikel Franco available in trade discussions
The Phillies are reportedly making third baseman Maikel Franco available in trade discussions.
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Cardinals place Dexter Fowler and Kevin Siegrist on the disabled list
The Cardinals made a handful of roster moves on Sunday, including placing Dexter Fowler and Kevin Siegrist on the 10-day disabled list.
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Roberto Osuna reveals he's been dealing with anxiety
Roberto Osuna revealed that he has been dealing with an off-the-field anxiety issue and is not sure when he'll be able to pitch again.
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Brewers claim Stephen Vogt off waivers from the Athletics
The Brewers claimed catcher Stephen Vogt off waivers from the Athletics on Sunday.
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Dallas Keuchel unlikely to return before All-Star break
Astros ace left-hander Dallas Keuchel might not return to the rotation before the All-Star break.
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Mets promoting Tim Tebow to Single-A St. Lucie
Tim Tebow has "earned" a promotion from Single-A Columbia to advanced Single-A St. Lucie.
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Ichiro Suzuki tops Rickey Henderson as the oldest starting center fielder
Ichiro set a new major league record when he made his second start in center field on Sunday.
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Indians sign Michael Martinez to minor league deal
Martinez is expected to report to Triple-A Columbus after re-signing with the Indians on a minor league deal.
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And That Happened: Saturday’s Scores and Highlights
Three Oakland rookies made history, the Orioles 20-game streak came to a merciful end, and Aaron Judge hit another home run during Saturday's games.
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Aledmys Diaz is trying to improve his defense with strobe glasses
Diaz is testing new specs that could help improve his glove work on the field.
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Eduardo Rodriguez could rejoin the Red Sox rotation in July
Rodriguez could rejoin the Red Sox' rotation as soon as July 4, provided that his next rehab start goes according to plan.
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Yankees sign top two draft picks
The Yankees inked first- and second-round right-handers Clarke Schmidt and Matt Sauer on Saturday.
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Three A’s rookies hit first big league home runs Saturday
What's better than watching a rookie unleash his first major league home run? Three rookies hitting their first home runs in the same game!
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Athletics call up top prospect Franklin Barreto
Barreto made his major league debut against the White Sox after getting recalled from Triple-A Nashville on Saturday.
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And That Happened: Friday’s Scores and Highlights
The Red Sox honored David Ortiz, Bryce Harper hit a walk-off single, and the Mariners celebrated the return of Felix Hernandez during Friday's games.
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Alex Dickerson to miss season after back surgery
Alex Dickerson is scheduled for season-ending back surgery next week and is not expected to appear for the Padres until 2018.
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Video: Hanley Ramirez’s No. 250 career home run barely left the field
Ramirez muscled a milestone home run on Friday night, just clearing the right field fence to record No. 250.
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Asdrubal Cabrera requests trade from Mets
One day after making his return from the disabled list, Cabrera voiced his dissatisfaction with his new role on the field.
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Julio Urias to undergo season-ending shoulder surgery
Urias is expected to miss the rest of the 2017 season after undergoing shoulder surgery next Tuesday.
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Tigers release Francisco Rodriguez
Rodriguez was cut loose by the Tigers after prolonged struggles in the clean-up role.
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The Red Sox sign Jhonny Peralta
Peralta will report to Pawtucket
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Royals Designate Chris Young for assignment
He has a 7.50 ERA in 14 games this season and is giving up hits like it's his job.
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Mets ‘open for business,’ will listen to offers on veterans
Things haven't gone well in Queens, which means Curtis Granderson, Addison Reed, Jay Bruce, and Asdrubal Cabrera could be on the block.
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Buehrle had 'no more than three' beers before saving Game 3 of 2005 World Series
When Mark Buehrle had to toss three pitches in the World Series for a save, he might have done so with a slight handicap.
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Red Sox claim Doug Fister off waivers
He recently opted out of his minor league deal with the Angels.
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St. Louis Cardinals announce first Pride Night
Bill DeWitt says it's to "remind fans that everyone is welcome at Busch Stadium"
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Johnny Cueto expected to opt-out of his deal after the season
He has four years and $84 million left on his contract after 2017.
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Dodgers concerned about Julio Urias’ shoulder
His MRI was clean, but he's due for more tests on his barking shoulder.
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And That Happened: Thursday’s Scores and Highlights
Robinson Cano hit a grand slam and a two-run shot to push the M's over .500 for the first time.
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Report: Royals sign Neftali Feliz
The Royals picked up reliever Neftali Feliz, who was released by the Brewers earlier this week.
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Mets may move Asdrubal Cabrera to second base upon return from DL
The Mets are considering a position change for Asdrubal Cabrera, who's nearly ready to return from a thumb injury.
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Corey Knebel sets modern record for consecutive appearances with a strikeout
Corey Knebel has flown under the radar despite having a great season. He set a major league record for relievers on Thursday.
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Joey Votto thinks he can win the Home Run Derby, but hasn’t been invited yet
Reds first baseman Joey Votto is confident he'd win the Home Run Derby if he were invited.
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There was apparently some miscommunication between Pete Mackanin and Pat Neshek
There has been some miscommunication between veteran reliever Pat Neshek and manager Pete Mackanin.
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The Blue Jays are allergic to .500
The Blue Jays failed for the ninth time this season to reach .500.
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Report: Marlins expected to trade Adeiny Hechavarria
Expect Marlins shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria to be traded soon.
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George Springer leaves game after being hit by a pitch
The ball hit him on the left hand. That could be a bad sign.
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Adrian Gonzalez might retire after his contract is up if his back isn’t any better
He's signed through 2018, but his back is aching.
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What's the most valuable baseball card?
Babe Ruth, Joe Jackson, Mickey Mantle and Honus Wagner are all featured on some of the most valuable baseball cards.
The Cubs send Kyle Schwarber to the minors
Schwarber has the lowest batting average of any qualified hitter in the majors this year.
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The A’s designate Stephen Vogt for assignment
Vogt was hitting just .217/.287/.357
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Boston is naming a street after David Ortiz
Yawkey Way Extension is going to be David Ortiz Drive
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Yoenis Cespedes advises younger player to hustle
He told Yasiel Puig he needed to run faster on his home run trots. Really.
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And That Happened: Wednesday’s Scores and Highlights
The Mets did not like how Yasiel Puig admired his homer. Maybe the Mets should play better.
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Jarrod Dyson bunted and broke up Justin Verlander’s perfect game attempt
Jarrod Dyson broke one of baseball's unwritten rules by laying down a bunt and breaking up Justin Verlander's attempt at a perfect game.
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The Mets didn’t like that Yasiel Puig admired his home run
Yasiel Puig gawked as his home run sailed into the bleachers, which Wilmer Flores and Travis d'Arnaud didn't like.
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The Phillies played some embarrassing baseball tonight
The Phillies made a comedy of errors to throw away a win against the Cardinals on Wednesday night.
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Mariners move Yovani Gallardo to the bullpen
Veteran Yovani Gallardo has been moved to the bullpen to make room for pitching prospect Andrew Moore.
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Mets place Zack Wheeler on DL with biceps tendinitis
Zack Wheeler is the latest Met to hit the disabled list as he's dealing with biceps tendinitis.
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Blue Jays reconfigure lineup, take Kevin Pillar out of leadoff spot
The Blue Jays have decided to reconfigure the lineup, moving Kevin Pillar out of the leadoff spot and Jose Bautista into it.
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Freddie Freeman discusses decision to move to third base to accommodate Matt Adams
Freddie Freeman seems enthusiastic about moving to third base so that the Braves can keep Matt Adams' bat in the lineup.
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Indians, Twins to play two-game series in Puerto Rico next season
The Twins and Indians will match up against each other in a two-game series in Puerto Rico next April.
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Doug Fister opts out of contract with Angels
Doug Fister opted out of his minor league contract with the Angels on Wednesday.
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Anthony Rizzo’s leadoff on-base streak ends
Anthony Rizzo finally made an out to begin a baseball game.
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MLB, MLBPA donate $1M to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum
A big boost for an important institution
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Addison Russell’s wife will not talk to Major League Baseball
The league is investigating Russell for domestic violence.
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Karl Ravech to replace Chris Berman in calling the Home Run Derby
We assume most viewers will not complain too loudly.
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Corey Seager almost hit for the home run cycle
What is the home run cycle? Glad you asked!
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And That Happened: Tuesday’s Scores and Highlights
It was a big night for the Seager Brothers: Three homers for Corey, a walkoff double for Kyle.
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Video: Kennys Vargas hits a 483-foot home run
Kennys Vargas registered baseball's third-longest home run of the season with a 483-foot blast off of Derek Holland on Tuesday.
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Report: Twins sign Dillon Gee to a minor league contract
The Twins added pitching depth on Tuesday, signing Dillon Gee to a minor league contract.
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Freddie Freeman could play third base when he returns from disabled list
The Braves will have a problem of luxury when Freddie Freeman returns: two productive first basemen. But the club could try keeping Matt Adams at first base and moving Freeman to third to keep both bats in...
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Phillies place Jerad Eickhoff on DL with upper back strain
Phillies starter Jerad Eickhoff will miss at least one start with an upper back injury.
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Rizzo won’t be disciplined for sliding into Hedges
Anthony Rizzo broke Rule 7.13 when he slid into Austin Hedges, but he won't be punished by Major League Baseball.
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Justin Verlander thinks the baseballs are juiced and sign-stealing lengthens games
Justin Verlander spoke about a couple of issues concerning baseballs and gave some potential solutions.
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Brewers sign Tom Wilhelmsen to a minor league deal
The Brewers added bullpen depth on Tuesday, signing Tom Wilhelmsen to a minor league deal.
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Sandoval placed on DL with inner ear infection
If the Pablo Sandoval era is ending in Boston, it’s ending with a whimper.
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Phillies designate Jeanmar Gomez and Michael Saunders for assignment
Saunders was signed to a $9 million free agent deal this past offseason.
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Rangers, Royals big risers in Roto power rankings
The Rangers and Royals each rise six spots in this week's Rotoworld MLB power rankings, while the Reds take a tumble after struggling.
Eric Hosmer passes Yonder Alonso in the latest AL All-Star voting update
Aaron Judge remains the top overall vote getter
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MLB, Northeastern University team up to provide educational opportunities for players
This is an extension of a continuing education provision of the latest Collective Bargaining Agreement
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Here’s the worst take you’ll likely ever see on netting at the ballpark
In which the author basically says "hey, no one wants kids to be injured . . . BUT!"
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Rizzo’s slide wasn’t 'dirty,' but it did violate Rule 7.13
Not surprisingly, the Cubs and Padres disagree on that
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And That Happened: Monday’s Scores and Highlights
Cody Bellinger hit two more homers.
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Cody Bellinger sets major league record with 21 home runs through first 51 games
Cody Bellinger became the first player ever to hit 21 home runs in his first 51 games, blasting a pair of home runs in the first two innings Monday against the Mets.
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Orioles set ignominious record for runs allowed
The Orioles' pitching has allowed five or more runs in 16 consecutive games, setting a new AL record.
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Video: Eloy Jimenez channels Roy Hobbs, breaks light during Carolina League Home Run Derby
Cubs prospect Eloy Jimenez hit an impressive home run during Monday's Carolina League Home Run Derby.
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Dodgers move Kenta Maeda back to the bullpen
Kenta Maeda looked solid in Sunday's start against the Reds, but the Dodgers have decided to move him back to the bullpen.
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Indians place Michael Brantley on DL with sprained right ankle
Indians outfielder Michael Brantley will spend some time on the disabled list with a sprained right ankle.
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Terry Francona says he’s been using Andrew Miller too much
Indians manager Terry Francona admits that Andrew Miller's recent rough patch is due to overuse.
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J.J. Hardy to miss four to six weeks with non-displaced fracture in right wrist
J.J. Hardy was hit by a Lance Lynn pitch on Sunday, causing a non-displaced fracture in his right wrist.
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Hunter Strickland’s six-game suspension upheld
Giants reliever Hunter Stickland's appeal was heard but his six-game suspension was upheld.
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Zunino, Adams, Morrison hot at the plate
Mike Zunino has been on a tear lately, while Matt Adams is impressing with his new team and Logan Morrison's power numbers are surging.
Yankees top prospect Gleyber Torres to have Tommy John
The Yankees top prospect is out for the season
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Supreme Court Strikes Down Law Banning “Offensive” trademarks
The law which was struck down may have had implications for the Cleveland Indians. Now the matter is moot.
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The First Base Race Remains Tight in NL All-Star Balloting
Ryan Zimmerman maintains a slim lead over Anthony Rizzo
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Sabathia (hamstring) to miss at least six weeks
He’s 7-2 with a 3.46 ERA in 13 starts on the season. Now he's out until August.
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Rays DFA Michael Martinez to make room for Trevor Plouffe
Martinez was just 2-for-26 on the year.
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Must-Click Link: The Béisbol Experience
50 Latin American big leaguers talk about adjusting to baseball in the United States
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Mike Trout to travel with Angels, resume swinging
The best player in baseball remains on schedule in his rehab from thumb surgery.
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Dustin Pedroia had X-Rays after taking a pitch to the ribs
The Red Sox second baseman appears to be OK, however.
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And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
Edwin Encarnacion and the Indians made a statement in a four-game sweep of the Twins
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Clayton Kershaw shot down ball collector Zack Hample hilariously
Clayton Kershaw didn't want to add another souvenir to noted ball hawk Zack Hample's collection.
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Logan Morrison has 21 home runs already
Logan Morrison has hit the second-most home runs in baseball so far this season, marking one of the biggest surprises of the year.
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Video: Nolan Arenado completes cycle with walk-off three-run home run
Check out Nolan Arenado's clutch, cycle-completing three-run home run against the Giants on Sunday.
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Nolan Arenado completes cycle with walk-off three-run home run
Nolan Arenado completed the cycle in dramatic fashion on Sunday, blasting a walk-off three-run home run against the Giants.
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Braves plan to use six-man rotation when Bartolo Colon returns
When Bartolo Colon returns from the disabled list, the Braves will expand their rotation to include six members rather than take someone out.
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Bronson Arroyo may have pitched his final game
Sunday very well may have been Bronson Arroyo's final start of his career.
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Jason Heyward exits game with left hand abrasion
Heyward sustained an abrasion on his left hand while making a catch during Sunday's series finale.
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Video: Jacob deGrom blasts his first career home run
deGrom helped his own cause on Sunday, mashing a first-pitch home run for the first big league knock of his career.
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Right hand tendinitis could keep Kyle Hendricks out until the second half
Hendricks' recovery process could drag on longer than expected after a second MRI confirmed a strained tendon in his middle finger.
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And That Happened: Saturday’s Scores and Highlights
Dinelson Lamet struck out 12, Orlando Arcia hustled for an inside-the-park home run, and The Freeze won another race during Saturday's games.
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Twins sign No. 1 draft pick Royce Lewis
The Twins inked a deal with their first-round draft pick on Saturday.
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Angels place Matt Shoemaker on 10-day disabled list with a right forearm strain
Shoemaker exited his start on Wednesday after feeling tightness in his right forearm and is expected to miss his next scheduled start on Tuesday.
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Video: Orlando Arcia hits an inside-the-park home run
Arcia put the Brewers on the board with his first career inside-the-park run on Saturday.
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Rangers place Andrew Cashner on 10-day disabled list with oblique strain
Cashner is expected to miss one start while rehabbing a strained left oblique muscle.
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Rays acquire Trevor Plouffe from Athletics
Plouffe is set to join the Rays on Monday.
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And That Happened: Friday’s Scores and Highlights
Eric Thames hit a walk-off homer, Scooter Gennett got a scooter and Jeff Samardzija hit his third career home run during Friday's games.
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Max Scherzer matched a franchise strikeout record on Friday
Scherzer struck out 10 batters for his fifth consecutive start, matching a previous franchise record set by the Expos' Pedro Martinez in 1997.
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Video: “The Freeze” loses a race to a Braves fan
After two spectacular finishes last week, "The Freeze" finally lost a race to a fan on Friday evening.
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Rangers sign three draft picks
The Rangers signed ?, ? and ? on Friday.
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Cubs place Ben Zobrist on 10-day disabled list with wrist inflammation
Zobrist is facing a stint on the disabled list after playing through wrist inflammation for the past two weeks.
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Braves sign No. 5 pick Kyle Wright
The Braves committed to a record $7 million signing bonus for the right-hander on Friday.
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MLB has still not ruled on Hunter Strickland’s appeal
It's been 18 days since he and Bryce Harper threw down.
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The Nationals sign Edwin Jackson
Jackson was shelled in three appearances with the Orioles this year
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Victor Martinez was hospitalized with an elevated heart rate last night
He also experienced cold sweats and dizziness during last nights game.
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Gary Sanchez, Aaron Hicks suffered injuries in last night’s Yankees-A’s game
Both injuries seem minor, but they will both be reevaluated today
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Tyler Clippard has not been getting the job done for the Yankees
New York has lost three of the past five games in which Clippard came in with it tied or with a Yankees lead
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And That Happened: Thursday’s Scores and Highlights
Bryce Harper hit the hardest home run in baseball since they began measuring such things.
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Mets' Juan Lagares suffers fractured left thumb
Juan Lagares fractured the IP joint in his left thumb during Thursday's game against the Nationals.
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Yankees shut down Greg Bird after setback during rehab
Yankees prospect Greg Bird suffered a setback in his rehab from an ankle injury.
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Mets to increase protective netting at Citi Field after the All-Star break
The Mets plan to expand protective netting at Citi Field following the All-Star break.
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Tyler Thornburg to undergo season-ending surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome
Red Sox reliever Tyler Thornburg will miss the rest of the season after he undergoes surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome.
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Dodgers minor leaguer Jair Jurrjens suspended 80 games after testing positive for exogenous Testosterone
Jair Jurrjens tested positive for a performance-enhancing substance and has been suspended 80 games as a result.
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Athletics fire pitching coach Curt Young, hire Scott Emerson
The Athletics tried to shake things up by replacing pitching coach Curt Young with Scott Emerson.
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Mets announce that Walker, Harvey to miss 'several weeks'
Walker has a torn hamstring, Harvey has a stress injury in his scapula.
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The A’s will designate Trevor Plouffe for assignment
Plouffe is batting just .214/.276/.357 in 58 games this year.
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There is a mystery bidder for the Marlins
So says Jon Heyman, and he knows about mysteries such as these.
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Jose Canseco to play for an independent team for a weekend
Meet the newest member of the Pittsburg Diamonds
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Game on: Tragedy won’t stop annual baseball game
The Congressional Baseball Game will go on
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Hall of Fame denies Pete Rose’s request for election
The 'Hit King' will continue to be on the outside looking in as far as Cooperstown is concerned.
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Cubs selling leaves of 2016 Wrigley Field Ivy for $200
Chicago Cubs fans can collect this piece of history for the low, low price of $200 plust $15 for shipping.
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That Happened: Wednesday’s Scores and Highlights
Mookie Betts had two homers and knocked in four. And Jordan Zimmermann is the dad in a TV movie.
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Pirates, Rockies benches empty
Rockies starter German Marquez hit Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli with a pitch, but that wasn't what led to both teams' benches emptying.
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Video: Kyle Schwarber clears Shea Bridge at Citi Field with a home run
Kyle Schwarber hit a majestic home run, clearing Shea Bridge at Citi Field, during Wednesday's game against the Mets.
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Anthony Rizzo seems to be enjoying the leadoff spot
Anthony Rizzo has led off the game with a home run both times he's started as a leadoff hitter, Tuesday and Wednesday.
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