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Andrew Miller left Monday’s game due to reaggravation of patella tendinitis
Indians reliever Andrew Miller exited Monday's game with a reaggravation of patella tendinitis in his right knee.
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Joey Gallo and Matt Bush both experiencing concussion symptoms after colliding on Sunday
Joey Gallo and Matt Bush collided attempting to catch a pop-up on Sunday. Both are experiencing concussion symptoms.
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Paul Janish retires
Infielder Paul Janish was released by the Orioles from his Triple-A contract. He plans to retire and join the coaching staff at Rice University.
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Yasmany Tomas to undergo season-ending core muscle surgery on Tuesday
D-Backs outfielder Yasmany Tomas will undergo season-ending core muscle surgery on Tuesday.
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The Phillies are trying out prospect J.P. Crawford at third base
Phillies shortstop prospect J.P. Crawford started at third base for the first time in his career on Sunday.
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Bartolo Colon Watching the Eclipse Is Your Moment of Zen
The world is stopping for this. Even Bartolo.
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The umps have dropped their Ian Kinsler protest
Major League Baseball has agreed to meet with them to address their eye roll-worthy concerns.
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Justin Turner is a fan of Ed Sheeran in many ways
Dodgers' Justin Turner reflects on his improbable run to stardom and his connection with Ed Sheeran.
Minor league teams prepare for a “total eclipse of the park”
Turn around, bright eyes.
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Miguel Sano fouls a ball off his shin, so a columnist slams him for his weight
Or: Great Moments in Treating Injuries as Moral Failings
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And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
Andrew McCutchen and the Pirates hung out with Little Leaguers in Williamsport yesterday
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Twins place Miguel Sano on the 10-day disabled list with shin injury
The Twins will have to play at least a week and a half without slugger Miguel Sano, who has a shin injury.
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Buster Posey thinks Hector Neris hit him on purpose
Buster Posey thinks Hector Neris hit him on purpose because he wasn't confident in his ability to get Posey out.
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Bartolo Colon has now beaten all 30 major league teams
Bartolo Colon finally checked the Diamondbacks off the list of teams he hadn't beaten, meaning he's earned a win against all 30 MLB teams.
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Kershaw could return on September 1
The Dodgers, owners of baseball's best record, could get ace Clayton Kershaw back at the beginning of September.
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Ian Kinsler fined for ripping umps publicly
Ian Kinsler was apparently given a hefty fine for publicly criticizing umpire Angel Hernandez last week.
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A scout thinks the Astros strike out too much. The Astros have the lowest strikeout total in baseball.
A scout thinks the Astros strike out too much. The scout is wrong.
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Mets acquire Jacob Rhame from Dodgers
Rhame completed the trade that sent Curtis Granderson to the Dodgers on Friday.
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Cardinals and Pirates prepare to play unusual finale in first-ever MLB Little League Classic
The Cardinals and Pirates will swap PNC Park for the newly-renovated BB&T Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field as they polish off their four-game series on Sunday night.
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Report: Blue Jays weigh Estrada extension
With both Estrada and the Blue Jays reportedly interested in exploring an extension, it seems unlikely that the right-hander will field alternate offers when he hits free agency this fall.
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And That Happened: Saturday’s Scores and Highlights
Mike Trout reached another milestone, the Rangers hit double digits and Denard Span legged out an inside-the-park home run during Saturday's games.
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Watch: Mike Trout ties MLB record with his 25th home run
Trout lifted a pair of home runs against the Orioles on Saturday, entering elite company as he established his sixth 25+ homer season.
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Blue Jays acquire Tom Koehler from Marlins
The Blue Jays added some rotation depth with Marlins' veteran right-hander Tom Koehler on Saturday.
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Dodgers place Yu Darvish on 10-day disabled list with back tightness
The Dodgers will play it safe with Darvish, who suffered back tightness during his start on Wednesday and is expected to miss one turn in the rotation next week.
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Yankees remove Chapman from closer role
Aroldis Chapman was officially removed as the team closer on Saturday, though the bullpen shift appears to be temporary.
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Nationals activate Strasburg from DL
Strasburg will assume Max Scherzer's roster spot as he takes the hill against the Padres on Saturday night.
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MLB umpires will wear white wristbands to protest “escalating verbal attacks”
The protest comes on the heels of Ian Kinsler's outspoken criticism of umpire Angel Hernandez on Tuesday.
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Cardinals shut down Wainwright for elbow
Wainwright is expected to be shut down from throwing for up to two weeks while he works his way back from an elbow injury.
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And That Happened: Friday’s Scores and Highlights
Manny Machado did it all, Matt Grace debuted and Byron Buxton legged out an inside-the-park home run during Friday's games.
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Mets trade Curtis Granderson to Dodgers
The Dodgers add Curtis Granderson to a stacked lineup as they prepare for a long postseason run this fall.
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Corey Kluber exits game with right ankle sprain
Kluber was pulled from his start in the sixth inning after twisting his right ankle on the mound.
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Albert Pujols is eighth on the all-time home run list
Pujols tied Sammy Sosa with his 609th career home run on Friday night, hitting No. 8 on the all-time home run list and leading all MLB players with the most homers by a non U.S.-born player.
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Nationals place Max Scherzer on 10-day disabled list with neck inflammation
Scherzer was scratched from his scheduled start on Friday after experiencing left neck inflammation.
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Mark Melancon is considering surgery
Melancon could face season-ending surgery after pitching through an undisclosed injury this season.
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Watch: Javier Baez snares a 106-MPH ground ball
Baez rattled the Blue Jays on Friday afternoon, collecting three RBI and executing a flawless backhanded play to preserve the Cubs' lead in the ninth inning.
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Dodgers activate Adrian Gonzalez
They'll now have to figure out how much to play him.
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Rays activate Kevin Kiermaier
He'll bat leadoff and play center field tonight against the Mariners
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Amanda Hopkins is the first full-time female baseball scout in over 50 years
Shes the first woman to work as a full-time baseball scout since Edith Houghton
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Derek Jeter is a dad
The delivery, sources within the New York press corps tell me, was "classy."
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Nationals owner Mark Lerner had his left leg amputated
Lerner was suffering from a rare form of cancer which attacks connective tissue
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Cubs place Lester on DL with shoulder fatigue
Jon Lester left the game against the Reds on Thursday with lat tightness.
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Adam Wainwright ain’t right
His velocity is down and he's heading back to St. Louis to have his arm examined.
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Manfred asked about automated strike zones
He's tepid about it, probably because the technology is not good enough yet.
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And That Happened: Thursday’s Scores and Highlights
The red-hot Josh Donaldson homers twice as the Jays climb into a very crowded AL Wild Card race
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Kris Bryant on Joey Votto: “He’s the best player ever … He’s a future Hall of Famer, that’s for sure.”
Kris Bryant heaped tons of praise on Joey Votto. The Cubs and Reds wrapped up a four-game series on Thursday.
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Video: Daniel Descalso hits D-Backs’ third inside-the-park homer of the season
Daniel Descalso legged out an inside-the-park home run during Thursday's 4-0 win over the Astros.
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Bradley Zimmer ended his 0-for-August skid
Bradley Zimmer stepped to the plate hitless in 43 August plate appearances, but finally broke through with a single.
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Twins activated Glen Perkins from the 60-day disabled list
After a year and a half of recovery after labrum surgery, reliever Glen Perkins returned to the Twins on Thursday.
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Red Sox owner John Henry “haunted” by Tom Yawkey’s racist past, wants to rename Yawkey Way
Red Sox owner John Henry wants to rename Yawkey Way, named after racist former owner Tom Yawkey.
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The Cardinals believe they are going to get Rally Cat back soon
He should be named Yadier Mewolina, but I suppose we can let it slide.
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Jon Lester exits Thursday’s start with left lat tightness
Jon Lester was on the hook for nine runs in the second inning of Thursday's start against the Reds and also walked off the field with a trainer.
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Tampa teams dedicate funds for Confederate monument removal
They Rays, Buccaneers and Lightning are not sticking to sports. Good for them.
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Must-Click Link: “Skunk in the Outfield”
An epic analysis of one of the weirdest two minutes in high school baseball history
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Rubby De La Rosa to undergo a second Tommy John Surgery
He's only pitched in nine games this year and now will be out until 2019.
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Cardinals closer Trevor Rosenthal to be examined for arm tightness
He was taken out of last night's game after giving up a homer and showing subpar velocity
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Aaron Judge broke a dubious record last night
But he's also hitting .291/.420/.614 so it's not that big of a deal
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The Cubs gave Rick Renteria a World Series Ring
Does this strike anyone else as . . . sorta weird?
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And That Happened: Wednesday’s Scores and Highlights
Yasiel Puig becomes the ninth Dodger to have a walkoff hit this season. They've won ten walkoffs in all.
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Travis d’Arnaud’s position in Wednesday’s box score read “3B-2B-3B-2B-3B-2B-3B-2B-3B-2B-3B-2B-3B-2B-3B-2B-3B-2B”
Travis d'Arnaud, normally the Mets' catcher, switched between second base and third base frequently during Wednesday's game against the Yankees.
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John Lackey stole the first base of his career
John Lackey stole the first base of his 15-year career on Wednesday against the Reds.
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Video: Aaron Judge sends a baseball into the upper deck at Citi Field
Aaron Judge's 37th home run of the season was an upper deck shot at Citi Field, measured at 457 feet.
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Video: The greatest — or worst — first pitch of all time
Jordan Leandre's first pitch before Wednesday's game against the Cardinals was just a bit outside.
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Wil Myers stole second, third, and home in the same inning
Wil Myers stole all three bases in the fourth inning against the Phillies, the first player to do so since Dee Gordon in 2011.
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The Marlins are “willing to engage” on trade talks for Giancarlo Stanton
A deal still seems like a long shot, however.
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Jered Weaver announces his retirement
He finishes his career with a record of 150-98 an an ERA of 3.63.
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The Jose Fernandez statue may be in jeopardy
It was said to be a pet project of Jeff Loria's and Loria is on the way out.
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Mattingly on Stanton's incredible power
Marlins manager Don Mattingly discusses Giancarlo Stanton's recent hot streak, why Stanton has a permanent green light and the rate of home runs in 2017.
A couple of links: The story behind uniform numbers and the best players at each height
Adam Ottavino wears zero in Colorado, but he could not in St. Louis. Why?
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Steroid era will help Giancarlo Stanton's legacy
Giancarlo Stanton's evolution at the plate is helping him reach new levels of success as the game moves further away from the steroid era, according to Tom Verducci.
Rougned Odor didn’t technically steal home, but he basically did
He gets points for style at the very least
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Verducci: Nats could take out the Dodgers
As deep as the Dodgers are, a combination of Max Scherzer, Stephen Strasburg and Gio Gonzalez could be good enough for the Nationals to take out the Dodgers.
Trout could still beat out Altuve, Judge for MVP
It may seem like Mike Trout is a longshot to win the AL MVP, but Tom Verducci explains why he can't be counted out just yet.
Aroldis Chapman is pitching himself out of a job
And he tweaked his hamstring in last night's game.
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And That Happened: Tuesday’s Scores and Highlights
Howie Kendrick smacked two homers and is hitting .386/.413/.727 since being traded to the Nats
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Joey Votto reaches base twice in 20th consecutive game, one game shy of Ted Williams’ record
Joey Votto is one game shy of tying Ted Williams' record for consecutive games reaching base twice.
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Video: The Red Sox turn a 5-4-3 triple play against the Cardinals
Watch the Red Sox turn a 5-4-3 triple play started by a ground ball from Yadier Molina.
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Giancarlo Stanton has now homered in six consecutive games
Giancarlo Stanton, on pace for a 60-homer season, blasted home run No. 44 of the season on Tuesday. He has now gone yard in six consecutive games.
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Ian Kinsler on umpire Angel Hernandez: “He needs to find another job.”
Umpire Angel Hernandez ejected Ian Kinsler on Monday rather quickly. Kinsler had some advice for Hernandez on Tuesday.
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Athletics acquire Chris Hatcher from the Dodgers
The Athletics added relief depth on Tuesday, acquiring Chris Hatcher from the Dodgers.
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MLB Power Rankings: Nationals pushing Dodgers
The Nationals leap-frogged the Astros at No. 2 while the Dodgers held steady at No. 1 in this week's Power Rankings
Report: Marco Estrada claimed on revocable trade waivers
Blue Jays starter Marco Estrada has reportedly been claimed on revocable trade waivers by an unknown team.
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Mets acquire Travis Snider from the Rangers
The Mets added outfielder Travis Snider to the Triple-A roster through a trade with the Rangers on Tuesday.
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Joey Votto is two games away from a 69 year-old record
It's a record held by The Splendid Splinter
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The Tigers and Astros are STILL discussing Justin Verlander
Just kiss already, will ya?
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Is it time for Marlins to trade Stanton?
He has cleared waivers, so anyone can get him. Will Miami pull the trigger?
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Scooter Gennett pitched. And called StatCast “fake news”
His postgame interview was a study in deadpan
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And That Happened: Monday’s Scores and Highlights
Edwin Encarnacion hit two bombs as the Tribe beat the Sox
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Chad Bettis tosses seven shutout innings
Chad Bettis fought his way back from cancer, making his 2017 debut against the Braves on Monday. He hurled seven shutout frames.
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Kyle Schwarber struck out in eight consecutive plate appearances
Kyle Schwarber struck out in his first at-bat on Monday, extending his streak of plate appearances with a strikeout to eight.
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Stanton sets Marlins home run record
Giancarlo Stanton took sole possession of the Marlins' single-season home run record on Monday with his 43rd homer.
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Brian McCann lands on the disabled list with a knee injury
The Astros are now down two catchers, meaning Juan Centeno and Max Stassi will handle catching duties for the time being.
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Report: Blue Jays sign Brett Anderson to a minor league deal
The Blue Jays added some rotation depth, signing Brett Anderson to a minor league deal on Monday.
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C.J. Cron, Matt Olson highlight hot hitters
Angels first baseman C.J. Cron and Athletics right fielder Matt Olson land among the players who could provide a late-season lift to fantasy teams.
Pablo Sandoval apologizes for the way he left San Francisco
Pablo Sandoval published a column on The Players' Tribune in which he apologized for the way he left San Francisco after winning his third World Series ring in 2014.
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Todd Coffey retires
He hasn't pitched in the bigs for over five years, but who's keeping track?
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Tim Tebow was hit in the head by a pitch but stayed in the game
He even came around to score after taking his base
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Bryce Harper injury will make MLB look at bases
Changes usually happen when a marquee talent suffers an injury that could be prevented with player safety in mind. Will MLB be the latest sport to follow suit?
Derek Jeter brings credibility to Marlins
The Jeter Group winning the bid to buy the Marlins can signal a turning point for the franchise, and they may not waste any time making changes.
Should MLB wipe down bases more often?
Rain happens, though, so it's not like that's a cure-all, but it's clear that Major League Baseball will be forced to look into the matter.
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Derek Jeter resumes his role as a living Rorschach test for sports writers
Jeter doesn't speak out about much. That allows sports writers to speak for him.
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Yankees fan has heart broken in real time
A Yankees fan captured the moment Aroldis Chapman gave up the game-tying home run to Rafael Devers.
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And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
The Red Sox had a lot to celebrate this weekend, as they increase their division lead
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Report: Astros acquire Tyler Clippard from the White Sox
The Astros bolstered the bullpen on Sunday night, acquiring Tyler Clippard from the White Sox.
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Zach Britton gave up a home run for the first time since April 11, 2016
Matt Olson did something few hitters have done in recent times: homer off of Zach Britton.
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Video: Alex Gordon robs Nicky Delmonico of a home run to end the game
Check out Alex Gordon robbing Nicky Delmonico of a home run to end Sunday's 14-6 victory.
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Zack Godley struck out four Cubs in one inning
Zack Godley became the 81st different pitcher to record a four-strikeout inning, doing so in the first against the Cubs on Sunday.
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Nolan Arenado exits game after hit by pitch on hand
Arenado was removed during the fifth inning of Sunday's loss after taking an 88-MPH fastball off his left hand.
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Cancer survivor Chad Bettis to make 2017 debut on Monday
Chad Bettis was diagnosed with testicular cancer last November and will make his much anticipated 2017 debut on Monday.
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Padres extend Andy Green through 2021
Green is set to manage the Padres through the 2021 season following a contract extension on Sunday.
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Giancarlo Stanton hits 250th home run
Giancarlo Stanton's league-leading blast tied him with Gary Sheffield for most home runs in Marlins franchise history.
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And That Happened: Saturday’s Scores and Highlights
David Peralta legged out an inside-the-park home run, Bryce Harper exited with a serious injury and Cody Bellinger came one homer shy of history during Saturday's games.
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Nationals place Harper (bone bruise) on DL
The injury doesn't appear to be season-ending, but there's no current timetable for Harper's return in 2017.
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Bryce Harper was carried off the field with a knee injury
Harper slipped while running out a ground ball and appeared to sustain a serious knee injury during the first inning of Saturday's game against the Giants.
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Watch: Eric Thames mashes milestone home run against Reds
Thames set a new all-time franchise record after clubbing his 10th home run off of a Reds' pitcher on Saturday.
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Rockies sign Ryan Howard to a minor league deal
Howard signed a minor league deal with the Rockies on Saturday and might be in line for another Major League assignment come September.
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West Point grad Rowley dazzles in debut
Chris Rowley became the first West Point graduate to pitch in Major League Baseball on Saturday.
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Brewers acquire Neil Walker from Mets
The Brewers are reportedly nearing a trade for Mets' second baseman Neil Walker, who could provide them with some depth at the keystone and bolster an ailing offense.
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Jordan Montgomery was struck in the head by a line drive while signing autographs
Montgomery has been cleared for his scheduled start on Sunday after taking a batting practice line drive off the back of his head.
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The Marlins’ home run sculpture could be on its way out
Rumor has it that the Marlins' new owners aren't big fans of the 'Marlinator.'
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Red Sox place Pedroia on 10-day DL
Dustin Pedroia landed back on the disabled list after another flare-up in his left knee, though he's expected to return before the end of the season.
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And That Happened: Friday’s Scores and Highlights
Carlos Carrasco nearly no-hit the Rays, the Cardinals coasted to their seventh straight win and Giancarlo Stanton mashed his 40th homer during Friday's games.
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Watch: Giancarlo Stanton clubs his 40th home run
Stanton's 40-homer mark is the best in MLB and almost the best in franchise history.
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Mariners acquire Andrew Albers from Braves
Albers was reportedly acquired from the Braves on Friday and should provide some much-needed pitching depth for Seattle.
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Mariners place James Paxton on 10-day disabled list with left pectoral strain
Paxton is expected to spend at least three weeks on the disabled list, the latest bump in the road for the playoff-bound Mariners.
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The Nats-Giants brawl likely ended Michael Morse’s career
Morse is still feeling the effects of the Hunter Strickland/Bryce Harper brawl and is not expected to make another appearance for the Giants in 2017.
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Report: Loria to sell Marlins to Jeter
Derek Jeter will run the business and baseball operations, while venture capitalist Bruce Sherman will be the "control person."
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Kevin Keirmaier to begin rehab assignment tomorrow
If all goes well he'll be back in time for the Rays' series against the Mariners next weekend
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White Sox, Diamondbacks make minor trade
Which will likely be most notable for the tweet the Sox made to announce it.
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Josh Reddick: Astros ‘down in the dumps’
Josh Reddick should know, though, that there are no guarantees when it comes to deals at the trade deadline.
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Contreras should be back in September
Contreras is hitting .274/.342/.519 with 21 homers and 70 RBI on the year.
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The Cardinals Rally Kitten is Missing
I could not find a photo of the cat to which we have the rights, so this is my cat, Scully. Hi.
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James Paxton strains his pectoral muscle
He'll have an MRI today to assess the damage
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And That Happened: Thursday’s Scores and Highlights
Yoan Moncada provided the heroics as the White Sox swept the Astros
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Lynn stays in game after line drive to head
Lance Lynn was struck in the head by a line drive but still managed to stay in the game and pitch six solid innings.
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Vince Velasquez exits Thursday’s start after one inning
With diminished velocity, Phillies starter Vince Velasquez lasted only one inning against the Mets on Thursday.
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There appears to be some drama between the Yankees and Mets
Apparently, the Yankees and Mets haven't been getting along lately.
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Mets to promote Dominic Smith on Friday
Dominic Smith will become the latest Mets prospect to earn a promotion, joining Amed Rosario.
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Aaron Altherr not expected to return until September
The Phillies aren't expecting outfielder Aaron Altherr to return from the disabled list until September.
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Ever Wonder: What is an immaculate inning?
The MLB has had more immaculate innings this season than in all of baseball history. So what exactly does it take to achieve this feat?
Phillies call up slugger Rhys Hoskins
He's hitting .284/.385/.581 with 29 homers and 91 RBI this season at Lehigh Valley
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Sabathia’s MRI reveals no new knee damages
A decision about his next start will be made tomorrow
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Of course you want an orange and blue LP featuring Jack White interviewing Kirk Gibson
To be followed by Ball and a Biscuit Night, I presume
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Alex Colome’s Players Weekend Jersey is . . . interesting
Given the background, it's kind surprising the league didn't say . . . neigh.
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And That Happened: Wednesday’s Scores and Highlights
Yadier Molina hit a big grand slam . . . with the aid of The Rally Cat
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The Cardinals were blessed by a rally kitten
A kitten ran on the field while the Cardinals had the bases loaded. When play resumed, Yadier Molina hit a go-ahead grand slam.
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Mets’ and Yankees’ ownership both too cheap to reach an agreement on a Jay Bruce trade
Neither the Mets nor the Yankees were willing to assume the remainder of Jay Bruce's salary to reach a deal. Instead, Bruce was traded to the Indians.
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Indians acquire Jay Bruce from the Mets
The Indians have reportedly acquired outfielder Jay Bruce from the Mets.
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Rick Porcello threw an immaculate inning against the Rays
Rick Porcello became the eighth pitcher this season to throw an immaculate inning.
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Joey Votto explains the story behind his Players Weekend uniform name, “Tokki 2”
Joey Votto pays homage to a former teammate with his personalized jersey name for Players Weekend.
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Willson Contreras likely headed to disabled list after pulling hamstring
Cubs catcher Willson Contreras will likely go on the disabled list after pulling his right hamstring on Wednesday.
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Report: Ian Kinsler placed on revocable trade waivers
The Tigers have reportedly placed second baseman Ian Kinsler on revocable trade waivers.
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Johan Camargo on DL after suffering injury running on the field before Tuesday’s game
Hopping over the base line before Tuesday's game didn't exactly bring Johan Camargo good luck.
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Rays activate Jake Odorizzi from the disabled list
The Rays, still in the playoff hunt, got Jake Odorizzi back from the disabled list on Wednesday.
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Former umpire Ken Kaiser dies at age 72
Kaiser umped in the bigs from 1977 until 1999
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MLB releases the personalized jerseys for “Players Weekend”
If anyone wants to get me a Kimbrel jersey like this one, I take a large.
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The Disney-BamTech deal will give ESPN one game a night to stream
This is over and above those games which ESPN already broadcasts
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Michael Brantley placed on the disabled list with an ankle sprain
He missed nearly two weeks with an ankle sprain earlier this season
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West shouldn't be punished for Beltre comments
Joe West was suspended by MLB for calling Adrian Beltre a complainer, but he shouldn't have been punished for those remarks.
Frieri traded for a dollar, but worth much more
Though the Mariners acquired Ernesto Frieri from the Rangers for just one dollar, the relief pitcher's experience could be valuable for Seattle.
Safeco Field concessions ranked safest in Sports Illustrated’s ballpark food safety study
Tropicana Field, however, has some problems
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Disney to give MLB another $1.58 billion for BAMTech. The players will see none of it.
The owners have raked in $2.58 billion from Disney in the past year.
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And That Happened: Tuesday’s Scores and Highlights
Corey Kluber and Chris Sale are on a whole different level among AL pitchers this year
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Video: Nolan Arenado turns double play after Bradley Zimmer fails to run out pop-up
Nolan Arenado, as always, was alert and took advantage of Bradley Zimmer's lack of effort on a pop-up hit in the seventh inning.
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Giancarlo Stanton sets new career-high with 38th home run
Giancarlo Stanton twice hit 37 home runs in a season, but set a new career high on Tuesday when he belted his 38th of 2017.
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Report: Umpire Joe West suspended three games for bashing Adrian Beltre publicly
Joe West called Adrian Beltre the "biggest complainer" in a June interview. That remark earned him a three-game suspension.
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Video: Billy Hamilton makes ridiculous over-the-shoulder catch to rob Carlos Asuaje of extra bases
Billy Hamilton make an incredibly athletic catch to rob Carlos Asuaje of extra bases during Tuesday's game against the Padres.
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Mariners acquire Ernesto Frieri from the Rangers
The Mariners bolstered their Triple-A bullpen by acquiring veteran reliever Ernesto Frieri from the Rangers on Tuesday.
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Matt Harvey expects to go on a rehab assignment soon
Matt Harvey has been out since mid-June, but he expects to go on a rehab assignment soon.
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Red Sox activate Dustin Pedroia
He was suffering from a knee inflammation but he's feeling better now. He'll DH tonight.
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Felix Hernandez to miss 3-4 weeks with shoulder bursitis
He missed over six weeks with the same ailment earlier this season
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The Postseason Schedule Was Just Announced
Game Seven of the World Series, if necessary, is scheduled for November 1.
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Great Moments in Publicly Financed Sports Complexes
If your experts say it's a bad investment, just get new experts!
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You can take part in the Diamondbacks’ 50/50 raffle even if you’re not at the game
Remember: there's no gambling in baseball, though.
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And That Happened: Monday’s Scores and Highlights
Joey Votto hit a big homer and, in doing so, tied a big name on the Reds all-time homer list
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Video: On his birthday, Mike Trout doubles for his 1,000th career hit
Mike Trout celebrated his 26th birthday with a double for his 1,000th career hit.
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Barry Bonds thinks he could have hit 800 home runs if he kept playing after 2007
Barry Bonds said he could have come close to hitting 800 home runs if he hadn't stopped playing after 2007.
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Craig Counsell: “I don’t think bunting is the way to score a lot of runs.”
Craig Counsell chose not to bunt and it backfired in Sunday's loss to the Rays, but he's sticking to his guns.
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Video: Bryce Harper hits his 150th career home run
Bryce Harper became the 14th player to reach 150 home runs before his 25th birthday.
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Ike Davis struck out the side in his first appearance as a full-time pitcher
Ike Davis struck out all three batters he faced yesterday in his first appearance as a full-time pitcher.
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Cardinals activate Dexter Fowler, option Stephen Piscotty
Dexter Fowler returned from the DL and Stephen Piscotty, shockingly, was optioned to the minors to create roster space.
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Cody Bellinger and Aaron Judge are having two of the best rookie seasons of all time
Cody Bellinger and Aaron Judge are putting together two of the best rookie campaigns of all time.
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Bregman, Gallo among hot hitters in fantasy
Alex Bregman is finally living up to the hype for the Astros as he is among the hot hitters to target in fantasy baseball.
Commissioner Manfred issues a statement about the deaths of Darren Daulton and Don Baylor
"A sad day for our game as we lost two men who built distinguished careers in the National Pastime"
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The Dodgers just finished the best 50-game stretch in 105 years
Spoiler Alert: the last team to do it lost the World Series
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Noah Syndergaard was on “Game of Thrones.” He died.
He threw a spear, too. First thing he's thrown since April.
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Cubs sign Mike Freeman to a minor league deal
He has played every position except catcher and center field in his 41-game career.
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Former MLB manager Don Baylor dies at 68
Don Baylor, who managed the Chicago Cubs and won the AL MVP, passed away at the age of 68.
Ever Wonder: Does size matter in baseball?
With 6-foot-7 Aaron Judge having incredible success in his rookie year, does height really matter in baseball? Here's a look at the biggest and smallest stars in MLB history.
Don Baylor, 1979 MVP, Rockies and Cubs manager dies at 68
Baylor was the Colorado Rockies first manager and won the first-ever National League Wild Card
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The Tigers and Astros have discussed Justin Verlander
Verlander cleared waivers last week, so he can be traded anywhere. Houston is anywhere.
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Darren Daulton was one of many ex-Phillies to die of brain cancer
In addition to Daulton, Tug McGraw, John Vukovich, Ken Brett and Johnny Oates all succumbed to it.
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And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
Hyun-Jin Ryu and friends one-hit the Mets as the Dodgers remain on a 115-win pace.
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Former Phillies catcher Darren Daulton dies at 55 from brain cancer
Former Phillies catcher Darren Daulton died on Sunday at the age of 55 due to brain cancer, the team announced.
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Matt Shoemaker to undergo season-ending forearm surgery
Matt Shoemaker will undergo season-ending forearm surgery on Tuesday.
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Mike Trout has 999 career hits and he turns 26 years old tomorrow
Mike Trout has already done so much in baseball and he's not yet 26 years old.
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Sean Rodriguez hits walk-off home run in first game back with the Pirates
Sean Rodriguez rejoined the Pirates on Sunday and promptly delivered them a win with a walk-off solo home run in the 12th inning.
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A batting helmet extension may have spared Kolten Wong a trip to the DL
Wong avoided a trip to the disabled list after a 97 MPH fastball struck the mouth guard extension on his batting helmet.
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Joey Gallo has been hitting some tape measure home runs lately
Joey Gallo has five home runs in August already and most of them have gone very, very far.
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Royals place Salvador Perez on 10-day disabled list with right intercostal strain
Perez is eligible to be reinstated on August 15, but could miss up to four weeks with an intercostal strain.
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