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The Cubs will try to clinch the NL Central on Tuesday
The Cubs are one win or one Brewers loss away from clinching the NL Central. They could seal the deal on Tuesday against the Cardinals.
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Carter Capps to undergo surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome
The Padres hope to have Carter Capps ready by spring training as he will undergo surgery this offseason for thoracic outlet syndrome.
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Zack Greinke likely to start Wild Card game for Diamondbacks
The Diamondbacks could push Zack Greinke's next start back so that he starts the National League Wild Card game on regular rest.
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Yasiel Puig was late to a workout on Monday, so Dave Roberts benched him
Another infraction for Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig. This time, he was late to a team workout on Monday, so manager Dave Roberts benched him.
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MLB, MLBPA grant Pirates exemption for Jung Ho Kang to participate in Dominican Winter League
The Pirates were granted an exemption by MLB and the MLBPA which will allow Jung Ho Kang to participate in the Dominican Winter League.
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Nationals do not activate Bryce Harper for Monday’s game
Bryce Harper was expected to be activated from the disabled list on Monday, but he isn't feeling well so the Nationals will wait until at least Tuesday.
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Chris Archer on joining Bruce Maxwell’s protest: “I don’t think it would be the best thing to do for me at this time.”
Chris Archer doesn't see himself getting involved with Bruce Maxwell's protest any time soon.
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Major League Baseball issues a statement on Trump’s latest travel ban order
The ban covers Venezuela, which could impact ballplayers or their families
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Yasiel Puig is in Dave Roberts’ doghouse once again
He was benched yesterday for not sliding on Saturday
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Andrelton Simmons is absolutely freaking ridiculous
He did about six different amazing things in one play last night
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The Braves are leaning toward keeping Brian Snitker as manager
Is it the right move?
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And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
The Diamondbacks clinched a playoff spot, home field for the Wild Card and took a celebratory plunge
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Another young fan was struck by a foul ball, this time at Guaranteed Rate Field
Fans continue to suffer injuries from foul balls due to teams being hesitant to extend protective netting at stadiums.
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Diamondbacks clinch NL Wild Card
The Diamondbacks are in the playoffs for the first time since 2011.
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Video: Phillies rookies dance to “Greased Lightning”
Phillies veterans had fun at the rookies' expense, making them dress up and perform "Greased Lightning" in their Atlanta hotel.
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Aaron Judge strengthens MVP case
Aaron Judge has 48 homers on the season, putting him one home run shy of tying Mark McGwire's single-season rookie record.
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Miguel Cabrera has two herniated discs in his back
Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera is dealing with two herniated discs in his back, which likely explains his subpar performance this season.
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MLB managers weigh in on anthem protests
Several of the league's managers are prepared to support players who join the protests, even though they may not have the opportunity to do so.
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Nationals to activate Harper on Monday
Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper could return from the disabled list on Monday, giving him six regular season games with which to get ready for the playoffs.
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Here’s what Jackie Robinson had to say about the national anthem
Jackie Robinson wrote about the national anthem in his memoir, I Never Had It Made.
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Crowd honors Jose Bautista in his last Blue Jays home game
With Bautista unlikely to re-sign with the Blue Jays this offseason, Sunday's series finale may have been his last career home game with the team.
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Why more baseball players don’t kneel
It's not because of their political views as much as it's about baseball's nature of conformity. 
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Bronson Arroyo retires from baseball
After 16 years, Arroyo is finally hanging up his cap.
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And That Happened: Saturday’s Scores and Highlights
Bruce Maxwell takes a knee during the anthem, the Yankees clinch a postseason spot, and more from Saturday's games.
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CC Sabathia won’t visit the White House if the Yankees win the World Series
The three-day controversy ignited by Donald Trump has now come to baseball
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Bruce Maxwell first MLB player to kneel during National Anthem
The A's rookie catcher did not stand for the National Anthem prior to Saturday's game against the Rangers.
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Alex Wilson broke his leg on a 103-MPH comebacker
Wilson had to be helped off the field after fracturing his leg during Saturday's game.
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Yankees top Jays, clinch postseason spot
The Yankees are playoff-bound following Saturday's win over the Blue Jays, and they still have the chance to win the AL East.
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Brian Dozier pulls off bunt home run
This isn't something you see every day.
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Report: Braves extend Kurt Suzuki
Suzuki reportedly agreed to a one-year, $3.5 million extension with the Braves on Saturday.
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Mikie Mahtook is likely done for the season
Mahtook has been diagnosed with a Grade 2 strain in his left groin and may not play again during the 2017 season.
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And That Happened: Friday’s Scores and Highlights
The Dodgers clinched the NL West, David Price collected his first hit in seven years, and more from Friday's games.
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Derek Jeter cleaning house with Marlins
Derek Jeter wanted to fire Marlins legends but wouldn't do it himself. Why the lack of re2pect, Captian?
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Dodgers top Giants, clinch fifth straight NL West title
Rich Hill and Cody Bellinger powered the Dodgers' decisive 4-2 win on Friday night, wrapping up the NL West with their fifth consecutive division title.
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Watch: Cody Bellinger breaks NL rookie home run record
Bellinger put the Dodgers ahead with a record-breaking blast on Friday night.
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Report: Derek Jeter and Bruce Sherman initiate Marlins’ staff cuts
Per a report from the Miami Herald, four of the Marlins' special assistants were fired at Derek Jeter's behest on Friday.
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Watch: Ryan Goins tags Todd Frazier with the hidden ball trick
Goins' chicanery helped distance the Yankees from a postseason berth during Friday's game.
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Blue Jays shut down Steve Pearce for the rest of 2017
Pearce is done for the season after a sustained bout of lower back stiffness.
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Brewers’ Julio Mendez remains hospitalized after hit by pitch
Mendez is in critical but stable condition nearly a month following a traumatic hit by pitch.
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Brad Ausmus out as Tigers manager
He'll finish out the last week of the season but his contract will not be renewed.
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What are Mets doing with Syndergaard, Harvey?
Noah Syndergaard will start the game but only pitch one inning, followed by Matt Harvey entering in relief.
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Girl hit by foul ball has 'long road ahead'
A family member spoke to the New York Post
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Twitter Mailbag
You asked me questions on Twitter. I shall now answer them.
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Robinson Cano hit his 300th home run last night
He's only the third second baseman to ever hit 300 career home runs
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Reds sign catcher Tucker Barnhart to a four-year deal
Barnhart is one of the best defensive catchers in all of baseball
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Dodgers owner Mark Walter is involved in a scandal
Some reports claim he's considering stepping down as CEO of Guggenheim Partners. Would that impact the Dodgers?
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R.A. Dickey may retire
He hinted strongly at the possibility after his win last night
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And That Happened: Thursday’s Scores and Highlights
Kris Bryant deposited that belly-high fastball in the seats and stuck a dagger in the belly of the Brewers
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Padres, Mariners join list of teams to extend netting
The Padres and Mariners join the Reds as teams looking to increase protective netting at stadiums for next season.
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Zach Britton receives stem cell injection, likely done for the season
Zach Britton is almost certainly done for the year after receiving a stem cell injection in his ailing left knee.
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Dodgers can clinch NL West on Friday
The Dodgers' magic number is one, so they can clinch the division as early as Friday with a win or a Diamondbacks loss.
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Report: Mets expect Terry Collins to retire
According to a report, the Mets are expecting manager Terry Collins to retire at the end of the 2017 season.
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Reds to extend protective netting
The Reds plan to extend the protective netting at Great American Ball Park to the ends of each dugout.
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Orioles don’t intend to trade Manny Machado
Manny Machado can become a free agent after the 2018 season, but the Orioles aren't expected to pursue trading him this offseason.
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Must-Click Link: Where’s Timmy?
Tim Lincecum, the two-time Cy Young Award winner has disappeared from the public eye
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Major League Baseball claims it will “redouble its efforts” on expanded netting
Except, two times zero still equals zero
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The Rangers release artists’ renderings of their new ballpark
Ground will be broken a week from today. Play begins in 2020
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The top 100 Jock Jams
Good times never seemed so good (so good! so good! so good!)
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MLB needs to extend netting for fan safety
MLB's reluctance to extend netting is a major safety concern and common sense should prevail here.
Yoenis Cespedes plans to run more, lift less this offseason
His 2015 resurgence was, allegedly, due to is lifting more and running less, so who knows?
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Sandy Alderson: It’s “highly unlikely” the Mets will non-tender Matt Harvey
Harvey has been ineffective lately, but the Mets are willing to give him one more year to rebound
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And That Happened: Wednesday’s Scores and Highlights
You're not going to believe this, but the Indians won again.
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Mike Moustakas sets Royals single-season record with 37th home run
Mike Moustakas now holds the Royals record for home runs hit in a single season.
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Sale notches 300th strikeout this season
Chris Sale and Clayton Kershaw are the only pitchers in the last 15 years to record a 300-strikeout season.
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Jimmy Nelson expected to miss “a chunk” of the 2018 season after shoulder surgery
Jimmy Nelson's shoulder surgery was more invasive than expected and is likely to miss "a chunk" of the 2018 season as a result.
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Padres sign Clayton Richard to a contract extension
The Padres signed veteran lefty Clayton Richard to a contract extension on Wednesday, keeping him in San Diego through 2019.
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Report: Raul Mondesi sentenced to eight years in prison for corruption as mayor of San Cristobal
Former major league outfielder Raul Mondesi has been sentenced to six years in jail and fined 60 million pesos for corruption as mayor in San Cristobal in the Dominican Republic.
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Sherwin Williams is trying to back out of a charitable contribution at Angel Stadium
Justin Upton thought he had won $1 million for a children's charity, but Sherwin Williams is pointing at the fine print.
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Video: Aaron Judge hits his 45th home run, crosses 100 RBI
Aaron Judge is now four home runs shy of tying Mark McGwire's single-season record for home runs by a rookie.
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Should teams expand protective netting?
Three players came out in support of increased protective netting after a young fan was struck by a foul ball at Yankee Stadium.
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Video: Giancarlo Stanton hits a laser for his 56th home run
Giancarlo Stanton hit his 56th home run in Wednesday's win against the Mets.
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A child was carried out of Yankee Stadium after being hit by a foul ball
The Yankees are one of several teams which have yet to extend netting down the baselines
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Everything you wanted to know about collusion but were afraid to ask
This is Kirk Gibson in 1987. He should have been in a Royals uniform here. Why wasn't he?
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Tyler Moore: the ballplayer everyone is talking about
At least, if you believe the folks at Amazon
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Ausmus seems to know he’s dead man walking
He referred to "next year's manager" today. Which ain't gonna be him.
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Home Runs are king in Major League Baseball
Dan Patrick is shocked at the increase in home runs seen in Major League Baseball.
Marco Estrada signs a one-year, $13 million deal for 2018
He's coming to the end of a two-year $26 million contract, so it's like an added year to that deal.
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The Red Sox will air anti-racism PSA before games beginning next week
Sox CEO Sam Kennedy says he was inspired to do this after the Adam Jones incident in May
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Bryce Harper could return next week
He took batting practice again yesterday and seems to be OK
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And That Happened: Tuesday’s Scores and Highlights
Rhys Hoskins delivered a big hit in an epic at bat and showed why anyone can be beaten
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Report: Blue Jays and Marco Estrada nearing agreement on contract extension
The Blue Jays and starter Marco Estrada are reportedly close to an agreement on a contract extension.
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Video: Jackie Bradley, Jr. robs Chris Davis of a home run
Jackie Bradley, Jr. robbed Chris Davis of his 25th home run to keep Tuesday's game scoreless.
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MLB’s league-wide home run record has been broken
Alex Presley tied MLB's league-wide record for home runs in a season and Alex Gordon broke it on Tuesday.
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The Twins didn’t listen to CC Sabathia’s wishes concerning bunting
CC Sabathia doesn't like it when opposing hitters bunt against him, so the Twins bunted against him.
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Jake Arrieta to return to Cubs’ rotation on Thursday
Jake Arrieta will return from the disabled list to start on Thursday against the Brewers after missing over two weeks with a hamstring injury.
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Cardinals activate Adam Wainwright from the disabled list
Adam Wainwright is back from the disabled list, but he'll pitch out of the bullpen through the end of the season.
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Yankees decide to keep Luis Severino on regular rest, give Twins potential Wild Card preview
The Twins may get an early preview of Yankees pitcher Luis Severino, who will start Wednesday's series finale on regular rest.
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You should probably pay attention to Matt Olson
Olson is putting up nearly identical numbers those Gary Sanchez put up in 2016
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Matthew Stafford audibles with “Kershaw! Kershaw!”
Guess that's better than calling for a "Baez! Baez!" 
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Matt Harvey has a 13.19 ERA since coming back from the disabled list
Will The Dark Knight return?
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Noah Syndergaard is concerned about climate change
I mean, he IS the God of Thunder, so he probably has SOME insight, right?
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Video: Luis Perdomo and Wil Myers made a fantastic play last night
A deflection, a flip and a stretch, followed by instant replay vindication
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And That Happened: Monday’s Scores and Highlights
Andrew Benintendi and the Sox had reasons to dance after a big comeback win
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Aaron Altherr hit the first ever grand slam off of Clayton Kershaw
Aaron Altherr became the first batter in 104 tries to hit a grand slam off of Clayton Kershaw.
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Dustin Pedroia exits game after taking check-swing foul off of his face
Dustin Pedroia took a foul ball to the nose and had to leave Monday's game against the Orioles.
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Video: Chris Taylor hits an inside-the-park home run on the second pitch of the game
Chris Taylor led off Monday's game against the Phillies with an inside-the-park home run off of Nick Pivetta.
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Pirates shut down Francisco Cervelli
Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli couldn't recover in time to make it back from a quad injury suffered in August.
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Orioles pitcher Miguel Elias Gonzalez dies at 21 in car crash in Dominican Republic
Miguel Elias Gonzalez, who had pitched three seasons for the Orioles in the Dominican Summer League, died in a car accident over the weekend in the Domincian Republic.
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MLB league-wide single season home run record set to fall Tuesday
Homers are up a whopping 47 percent since 2014
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Adam Wainwright to finish the season in the bullpen
Wainwright, of course, is no stranger to the bullpen, even if it has been a while.
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Bryce Harper took batting practice yesterday
He's still uncertain for the playoffs, however
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“Friends” — the key to English for many ballplayers
We were on an [All-Star] break!!
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And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
The Astros clinch the AL West. And I talk a lot about The Dead Milkmen
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Stephen Strasburg’s scoreless innings streak ends at 35 innings
Stephen Strasburg had his scoreless innings streak end at 35 when Logan Forsythe hit a fly ball to deep center field to score Yasiel Puig in the second inning on Sunday night.
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Report: Red Sox want to sign Eduardo Nunez beyond 2017
The Red Sox reportedly are interested in exploring a contract with soon-to-be free agent infielder Eduardo Nunez.
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Matt Olson continues power surge, hits 21st home run
Quietly, Athletics first baseman Matt Olson has been one of baseball's most powerful hitters, particularly over the last three weeks.
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Astros clinch the AL West
The Astros have won a division title for the first time since 2001 when they were in the NL Central.
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Report: Mets now have “hesitation” to have Noah Syndergaard pitch before end of season
With two weeks in the regular season remaining, the Mets are reportedly hesitant to use Noah Syndergaard, who is recovering from a torn right lat muscle.
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The Tigers won’t shut down Miguel Cabrera
Cabrera has been battling health issues all year long, but manager Brad Ausmus said he has no plans to keep the first baseman from finishing out the remainder of the season.
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Matthew Boyd loses no-hitter with two outs in the ninth against the White Sox
Boyd kept the White Sox hitless through six innings during Sunday's series finale in Detroit.
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And That Happened: Saturday’s Scores and Highlights
The Indians clinched the AL Central, Cody Bellinger hit one into the record books, and more from Saturday's games.
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MLB reduces Willson Contreras’ suspension to one game
Contreras will sit out during Sunday's finale as he serves a one-game suspension for his actions on Friday.
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Drew Storen to undergo Tommy John surgery
Storen is expected to miss the entire 2018 season after undergoing the procedure.
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The Astros could clinch the AL West on Sunday
The Astros turned in their 90th win on Saturday, but weren't able to lock down the division title after the Angels defeated the Rangers.
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The Indians are AL Central champions
For the second season in a row, the Indians are American League Central champions.
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Miguel Cabrera exits game with lower back tightness
Does this setback spell the end of Cabrera's 2017 season?
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Watch: Matt Olson enters elite company with his 20th home run
Olson cranked his 20th major league home run on Saturday, becoming just the second slugger with 20+ homers at the major and minor league level in a single season.
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Giants will exercise Matt Moore’s option for 2018
Even after a rough season, the Giants aren't ready to give up on their No. 4 starter just yet.
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Watch: Cody Bellinger ties NL rookie home run record
Bellinger belted home run No. 38 on Saturday, tying the all-time record for National League rookie sluggers.
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The Reds shut down rookie Tyler Mahle for the rest of 2017
Mahle isn't expected to pitch again in 2017 after racking up 164 1/3 innings across the minor and majors this season.
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Willson Contreras gets two-game suspension following altercation with umpire
Both Contreras and John Lackey were fined following Friday's dispute with home plate umpire Jordan Baker.
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And That Happened: Friday’s Scores and Highlights
The Royals snap the Indians' epic 22-win run, the Dodgers coast to their first three-game winning streak since August, and more from Friday's games.
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The Indians’ historic 22-game winning streak is over
The Royals prevailed in a nail-biter on Friday night, bringing a swift end to the Indians' bid for the longest winning streak in MLB history.
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Tigers acquire Elvin Rodriguez from Angels
The 19-year-old pitching prospect will complete the Tigers' return for Justin Upton after dealing him to the Angels last month.
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Jimmy Nelson to undergo shoulder surgery
Nelson will undergo surgery on Tuesday, but a timetable for his return to the mound has yet to be established.
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MLB fines the Red Sox for Apple Watch sign stealing incident
The Yankees have been given a smaller fine for a pre-2017 sign stealing incident
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UPDATE: MLB determines the Tigers did not hit umpire Quinn Wolcott on purpose
After he ejected Brad Ausmus and James McCann, a Buck Farmer pitch hit the ump and shook him up
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Lackey, Contreras go nuts, get ejected following blown call
Contreras will likely get a suspension for throwing his mask, which hit the ump
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Brewers reliever Jeremy Jeffress to make his first career start tonight
He has pitched 263 games, all in relief, in his career
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Major League Baseball: still flailing at front office diversity
Hiring Ivy Leaguers and charging $10,000 for skills training will not lead to a diverse workforce
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Do Indians need to win title for streak to matter?
The Cleveland Indians are writing themselves into the history book with an incredible winning streak. But could that end up hurting them for the playoffs?
Watch the pandemonium of the Indians’ 22nd straight win unfold
And let's not shame Indians fans for not filling the house, OK?
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The Rays and Yankees Twitter accounts beefed at each other last night
And it wasn't the good-natured beefing we usually see in these cases
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And That Happened: Thursday’s Scores and Highlights
The Indians streak continues with their first walkoff win since it began
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Aaron Judge hit home runs No. 42 and 43
Aaron Judge is six home runs shy of tying Mark McGwire's single-season rookie record for home runs.
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Indians rally late, extend winning streak to 22 games
Down to the wire, the Indians fought back against the Royals to extend their winning streak to 22 games.
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Jake Marisnick expected to miss six to eight weeks with fractured thumb
Astros outfielder Jake Marisnick fractured his thumb on a slide into second base and will likely miss six to eight weeks as a result.
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Mike Fiers suspended five games for throwing at Luis Valbuena
Mike Fiers threw a pitch over Luis Valbuena's head on Wednesday night and received a five-game suspension for his actions.
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Avisail Garcia went 5-for-5 with seven RBI in rout of Tigers
Avisail Garcia became the fourth player this season to have a five-hit, seven-RBI game, helping the White Sox rout the Tigers on Thursday.
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Tommy Pham notches a 20/20 season
Tommy Pham is the fifth player this season to hit at least 20 home runs and steal at least 20 bases.
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Indians activate Andrew Miller
Because the Indians clearly needed reinforcements
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Mariners activate Felix Hernandez
He's been out since the first of August with bursitis in his shoulder.
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Are Cleveland Indians 'America’s Team'?
Sorry, they’re not “America’s Team.” No one is. No team in baseball probably ever can be. It just doesn’t work that way.
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Bigger story: Dodgers or Indians streak?
John Smoltz gives his take on the Dodgers' 11-game losing streak and the Indians' 21-game winning streak ahead of the postseason.
Rhys Hoskins fastest to 17 home runs in MLB
He now has as many homers as the number on his back
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Mike Fiers calls Luis Valbuena’s bat flip “disrespectful”
Maybe Fiers should pitch better? Then no one would flip their bats.
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Group of protesters take credit for banner
A small group of knuckleheads tried to falsely take credit as well.
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And That Happened: Wednesday’s Scores and Highlights
The Twins continue their improbable run with a 10th inning walkoff win
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Paul Goldschmidt records his 1,000th career hit
Paul Goldschmidt collected his 1,000th career major league hit on Wednesday against the Rockies.
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Video: Andrew McCutchen hits his 200th career home run
Andrew McCutchen reached a milestone, swatting the 200th homer of his career on Wednesday against the Brewers.
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Fans unfurl “Racism is as American as baseball” banner on the Green Monster
Fans made a political statement, unfurling a banner over the Green Monster during Wednesday's Athletics-Red Sox game.
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Red Sox may use David Price out of the bullpen down the stretch
Red Sox starter David Price could be activated soon and he may contribute out of the bullpen.
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Jaime Garcia wasn’t happy Joe Girardi pulled him in the fifth inning
Manager Joe Girardi lifted starter Jaime Garcia with two outs in the fifth on Wednesday, which irritated the lefty.
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Major League Baseball tweets, “There’s no right or wrong way to play.”
Major League Baseball tweeted, "There's no right or wrong way to play" but it has given mixed messages in that department overall.
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Marlins expected to play next home series at Miller Park
The Marlins are expected to host their upcoming three-game home series against the Brewers at Miller Park in Milwaukee.
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David Ortiz will be doing . . . um, stuff and things for the Red Sox
Glad we got that cleared up
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Indians win their 21st game in a row
Jay Bruce hit a three-run homer that kept the Indians rolling
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Rays to return home following Irma to play Red Sox, Cubs
The Tampa Bay Rays will return home to Florida following Hurricane Irma.
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Jonathan Lucroy would like to come back to the Rockies
His performance has ticked up since coming to Colorado, but his free agency future is uncertain
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We could have a pitch clock as early as next season
It will be a good thing that most of us won't even notice
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The Athletics have chosen a site for their new ballpark
They envision beginning play in a new ballpark in 2023
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Shohei Otani wants to play in U.S.
Even if he stands to make far less money that past NPB stars who have come to the majors
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Dodgers finally snap 11-game losing streak
And clinch a playoff spot in the process
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And That Happened: Tuesday’s Scores and Highlights
Clayton Kershaw was stoked to help the Dodgers snap their 11-game winning streak
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Make it 20 straight wins for Indians
Corey Kluber dominated, tossing a complete game shutout and helping the Indians tie the AL record with 20 straight wins
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Gio Gonzalez’s 2018 vesting option triggered
At $12 million, it will be a bargain.
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Andrew Miller could be activated on Thursday
Wow, good thing the Indians are getting a great player back.
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Jacoby Ellsbury set the career mark for reaching via catcher’s interference
Shattered it in fact. The old record holder: Pete Rose
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Rangers release Tyson Ross
This could be the end of the line for Ross
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MLB Power Rankings: Indians in class by themselves
The streaking Indians take over the top spot in this week's Power Rankings while the slumping Dodgers fall to No. 3.
Willie Calhoun to make his Rangers debut
The Rangers got him from the Dodgers in the Yu Darvish deal
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The player to be named later in the Neil Walker trade has been named
Remember the Neil Walker trade?
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2018 will feature the earliest Opening Day in baseball history
And every team will open on the same date
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How has it gone south so quickly for Dodgers?
The L.A. Dodgers have lost 11 straight games and 16 of their last 17, creating serious concern for a team that looked like it was destined to reach the World Series.
Indians' historic win streak starts with pitching
Tom Verducci breaks down Cleveland's winning streak and says the key for the Indians has been throwing more off-speed and breaking balls than fastballs.
Political candidate claims Derek Jeter endorses him. Derek Jeter begs to differ.
Jeter doesn't do politics, folks.
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Jose Abreu is on fire
10-for-13 with three homers and eight RBI in three games? Mercy.
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The Dodgers lost again
The team with the best record in baseball has dropped 11 straight and 16 of their last 17
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And That Happened: Monday’s Scores and Highlights
Good morning! The Giants beat the Dodgers in a game that ended at 2:10AM Pacific Time.
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Indians rout Tigers, extend winning streak to 19
The Indians continued their winning ways on Monday, routing the Tigers 11-0 to extend their winning streak to 19 games.
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Alex Meyer to undergo labrum surgery
Alex Meyer is expected to miss all of 2018 as he will undergo surgery on his right shoulder on Tuesday.
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Jarrod Dyson to undergo season-ending surgery
Speedster Jarrod Dyson will undergo season-ending surgery. He's a free agent this offseason.
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Michael Fulmer to undergo ulnar transposition surgery
Michael Fulmer's season is over as he will undergo elbow surgery on Tuesday.
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Henderson Alvarez is back in the majors
Henderson Alvarez hasn't pitched in the majors since 2015. The Phillies called him up on Monday.
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Ryan Vogelsong to retire as a Giant
He wasn't a Hall of Famer, but he won two World Series rings with the Giants
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Marlins Park roof suffers damage, Tropicana Field looks OK after Irma
Decisions on future games for the Rays and Marlins will be made tomorrow.
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Great Moments in Trashing Star Players: Gary Sanchez Edition
One scout says Sanchez will catch less in the playoffs than Austin Romine. Uh, what?
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And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
The Nationals become the first team in 2017 to pop the champagne corks
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Indians defeat Orioles to run winning streak to 18 games
The Indians edged the Orioles 3-2 to extend their winning streak to 18 games, two shy of matching the 2002 Athletics' record.
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Bradley Zimmer dives head-first into first base, breaks bone in left hand
Bradley Zimmer hustled in an attempt to turn an out into a hit and all he had to show for it was an injured hand.
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Dodgers suffer their 10th consecutive loss
The Dodgers have been playing their worst baseball in the regular season's final month. Sunday marked the club's 10th consecutive loss.
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Blue Jays shut down Aaron Sanchez for the rest of the season
The Blue Jays annoucned that Aaron Sanchez's season is over as he continues to deal with a blister issue.
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Nationals clinch NL East thanks to Braves
The Braves helped out the Nationals on Sunday, coming back late against the Marlins to help clinch the division for the Nats.
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Judge joins McGwire as only rookie with 40 HRs
Aaron Judge launched his 40th and 41st home runs, becoming only the second rookie to hit at least that many in a season.
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Strasburg has longest scoreless streak of season
Stephen Strasburg sailed right past Robbie Ray's 27 2/3-inning scoreless streak on Sunday.
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Noah Syndergaard’s rehab has been delayed by “general soreness”
The Mets' right-hander will be shut down for two days after experiencing soreness during his rehab start last week.
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And That Happened: Saturday’s Scores and Highlights
Jose Abreu hits for the cycle, Giancarlo Stanton cranks home run No. 54, and more from Saturday's games.
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The Indians have won 17 games in a row
Will the Indians ever lose again? Probably not.
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Yankees sign Ronny Rojas
The Yankees signed 16-year-old shortstop Ronny Rojas to a $1 million contract on Saturday, the fourth such signing since the 2017-2018 international signing period began in July.
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Devon Travis likely out for the season with knee pain
Travis is not expected to return to the field in 2017, manager John Gibbons announced Saturday.
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