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Basebrawl! Harper, Strickland punch away, Nats-Giants fight
Nationals slugger Bryce Harper and San Francisco reliever Hunter Strickland both landed punches to the head during a wild brawl that erupted Monday after a hit by pitch.
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Royals LHP Duffy out 6-to-8 weeks with oblique strain
The Kansas City Royals have placed Danny Duffy on the disabled list with an oblique strain and say the left-hander is expected to be out six to eight weeks.
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Dustin Pedroia leaves game with a sprained left wrist
He collided with Jose Abreu. Pedroia vs. Abreu: a bit of a mismatch, size wise. 
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Report: Mets ownership backs Terry Collins
Mets manager Terry Collins has drawn criticism for the team's lackluster performance, but ownership reportedly still supports him.
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Joe Mauer becomes first Twin to reach base seven times in a game since Rod Carew
Twins first baseman Joe Mauer reached base seven times in Sunday's 15-inning loss to the Rays.
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Nolan Reimold retires
Former Orioles outfielder Nolan Reimold has retired after spending parts of eight seasons in the major leagues.
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Mike Trout sprains thumb, to undergo MRI on Monday
Angels star Mike Trout suffered a thumb injury on Sunday. The severity of the injury will be determined on Monday.
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Reds acquire Darnell Sweeney from the Dodgers
The Reds added depth on Sunday, acquiring Darnell Sweeney from the Dodgers.
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Bryce Harper to Little League players: “No participation trophies, first place only”
Harper spoke to a crowd of Little Leaguers on Saturday about the importance of winning.
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Indians to move Danny Salazar to the bullpen
Danny Salazar has struggled over his first 10 starts this season, so the Indians are hoping a temporary move to the bullpen will help him figure things out.
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Video: Aaron Judge mashes his first career grand slam
Judge blasted his first career slam against the A's on Sunday, giving the Yankees a 5-2 lead in the third inning.
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Astros place Charlie Morton on disabled list with strained lat
Morton will miss at least a week after sustaining a right lat strain last Wednesday.
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And That Happened: Saturday’s Scores and Highlights
Chase Anderson flirted with a no-hitter, Stephen Strasburg notched a career-best 15 strikeouts, and Ned Yost incurred his 40th career ejection during Saturday's games.
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Anthony Alford to miss 4-6 weeks following wrist surgery
Alford fractured his left wrist last Tuesday and is expected to miss significant time on the disabled list after undergoing surgery next week.
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Stephen Strasburg hit a new career high today
Strasburg set a new career strikeout record on Saturday, whiffing 15 of 27 batters in the Nationals' 3-0 win over the Padres.
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Video: Jared Hoying gets shaken up after making a catch at the wall
Hoying saved a run on the warning track before slamming into the center field wall.
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Former U.S. Senator and Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Bunning dies at age 85
Bunning had a decorated career with the Tigers and Phillies, recording two no-hitters and the second-most career strikeouts in major league history.
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Homer Simpson was inducted in the Baseball Hall of Fame
Homer Simpson was enshrined in the Hall of Fame on Saturday as part of an honorary tribute to "Homer at the Bat."
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And That Happened: Friday’s Scores and Highlights
Giancarlo Stanton crushed another home run, Max Scherzer struck out 13, and Steven Souza Jr. laid out for a spectacular non-catch during Friday's games.
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Giancarlo Stanton dented the outfield wall in Marlins Park
Stanton's two-run blast helped give the Marlins a much-needed edge over the Angels on Friday night.
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Bud Norris exits outing with right knee soreness
Norris was pulled after tossing just three pitches during the Angels' 8-5 loss on Friday.
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Video: Max Scherzer sets record with 13-strikeout outing
Scherzer's 13 strikeouts tied the record for most double-digit strikeout appearances by an active pitcher in Major League Baseball.
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Twins’ top prospect Nick Burdi will undergo Tommy John surgery
Burdi's major league debut will be postponed for at least another year while he works back from elbow surgery.
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Brock Holt has been shut down from game activity
The Red Sox have restricted Holt from further baseball activity while he recovers from a lingering bout of vertigo.
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Nationals Acquire Ryan Raburn From White Sox
Washington will send either cash or a player to be named later to Chicago in exchange.
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If Tigers are sub .500 at end of June it’ll be fire sale time
Justin Verlander and the Tigers have underachieved. Might it cause the front office to start a rebuild?
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Must-Click Link: Remembering Eddie Grant the first major leaguer to die in combat
He did not have to go to France in 1915. He went anyway.
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Indians unveiling Frank Robinson statue on Sunday
Robinson became the first African-American manager when he debuted as the Indians skipper in 1975.
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Hey kids: don’t swing a weighted bat in the on deck circle
It may be OK for a big leaguer, but there is evidence suggesting it's  not good for younger players.
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Braun heads to disabled list after injuring his calf again
This is the second trip to the DL for Braun this season.
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And That Happened: Thursday’s Scores and Highlights
Hyun-Jin Ryu did something he has never done before last night. And he did not seem to like it, even though he did it well.
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Odubel Herrera went 0-for-5 with five strikeouts today
We all have bad days. Today was Odubel Herrera's turn.
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Rachel Robinson to receive O’Neil Award from the Hall of Fame
She will be honored on July 29, the day before this year's induction ceremony.
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Jacob deGrom scratched due to gloomy weather report
Nothing is wrong with deGrom. He'll pitch tomorrow against the Pirates.
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Red Sox to activate David Price for Monday start
Rocky rehab start or not, David Price is apparently good to go for the Boston Red Sox at the start of next week.
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Games are slower, in part, because of pitcher velocity
Pedro Baez sits at 96-97 m.p.h. And he sits a long time between those speedy pitches.
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Bartolo Colon ain’t doing so hot this year
Is the end nigh for the 44 year-old?
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Wanna feel old? Dusty Baker’s son Darren is graduating from high school
Seems like yesterday that he almost got squished at home plate.
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Attendance and revenue are down for Yankees
They're a baseball team. They're not immune from the same market forces with which every other team contends.
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David Price had a rocky rehab start last night
Will he be ready to rejoin the Sox rotation next week as planned?
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And That Happened: Wednesday’s Scores and Highlights
Today's recaps include pornographic videos, Don Knotts and Jose Berrios. 
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Albert Pujols hit his 597th career home run
Albert Pujols is now three home runs away from becoming the ninth member of the 600 home run club.
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Chris Sale’s streak of starts with at least 10 strikeouts ends
Chris Sale will have to settle for tying a record he already shared with Pedro Martinez for most consecutive starts with at least 10 strikeouts.
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Dave Dombrowski gives John Farrell a vote of confidence
Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski expressed support for manager John Farrell, whose job security was reportedly in jeopardy given the team's mediocre season thus far.
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Jacoby Ellsbury diagnosed with concussion, neck sprain
Jacoby Ellsbury made a great catch at the center field wall, but it caused him to leave Wednesday's game against the Royals early.
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Mets activate Travis d’Arnaud, place Tommy Milone on disabled list
The Mets get catcher Travis d'Arnaud back from the DL, but lose pitcher Tommy Milone.
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Report: John Farrell may be on hot seat for Red Sox
Things haven't gone as planned for the Red Sox, creating the possibility that manager John Farrell is on the hot seat.
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See David Ortiz reenact “Fever Pitch” and “Good Will Hunting”
If you're into that sort of thing anyway.
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Adrian Beltre cleared for extended spring training
The future Hall of Famer could be back in Texas by early June.
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Michael Bourn opts out of his minor league deal with the Orioles
Bourn still has an OK eye, but the O's could find no place for him at the big league level.
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Manfred talks about regular season games in Mexico
Perhaps with an eye toward eventual expansion south of the border.
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Joc Pederson and Yasiel Puig had a brutal collision in right center field
Puig made the catch but Pederson left the game.
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And That Happened: Tuesday’s Scores and Highlights
With a homer and a walkoff single in the wee hours of the morning, Matt Adams is making lots of new friends in Atlanta.
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Joe Maddon: “I have a defensive foot fetish.”
Cubs manager Joe Maddon found an interesting way to convey that he values footwork as a foundation of good defense.
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The Nationals have scored 62 runs during four Joe Ross starts
The Nationals' offense really likes hitting during Joe Ross starts, apparently.
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Astros, Nats, Yankees top Roto Power Rankings
The Astros stay on top of Rotoworld's Power Rankings thanks to Lance McCullers' stellar play, while the Nationals and Yankees round out the top three.
Report: Charlie Sheen has original cast on board for Major League III, looking for financial backing
Charlie Sheen reportedly has the original Major League cast on board for Major League III, but he's still looking for financial backing.
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Jose Bautista is starting at third base for the first time in over four years
Jose Bautista hasn't started at third base in over four years, but the Blue Jays are trying to get creative while they wait for Josh Donaldson to get healthy.
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Braves’ bullpen hasn’t allowed a hit to last 54 batters, setting franchise record
The Braves' bullpen set a franchise record, preventing hits from the last 54 batters faced.
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Mariners activate Robinson Cano from the disabled list
Robinson Cano missed the minimum 10 days with a strained right quadriceps.
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Former outfielder Anthony Gose is throwing 99 m.p.h. fastballs in the minors
The Tigers are said to be "very optimistic" about Gose the pitcher.
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There is no need to lament the loss of “The Great Hollywood Baseball Movie”
Mostly because there were not too dang many of them in the first place and most of them were bad.
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And That Happened: Monday’s Scores and Highlights
Zack Greinke was dominant, striking out 12 White Sox in eight and two-thirds.
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Astros’ bullpen throws combined one-hitter for MLB-best 30th win
Brad Peacock, Chris Devenski, Will Harris, and Ken Giles combined to hold the Tigers to one run in Monday's 1-0 victory.
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Brandon Phillips hit his 200th career home run
Brandon Phillips cranked his 200th career home run during Monday's game against the Pirates.
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Video: Albert Almora, Jr. lays out to make a great catch in deep right-center field
Watch Albert Almora, Jr. leave his feet to rob Brandon Belt of at least a double on Monday.
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Anibal Sanchez accepts optional assignment to Triple-A
Anibal Sanchez has an ugly 9.00 ERA, so he came up with the idea to go down to Triple-A. He wants to be a starting pitcher again.
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Braves release James Loney
James Loney appeared in two games at Triple-A for the Braves before being released.
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Ian Kinsler lists the five toughest pitchers in the AL Central
Which AL Central pitchers does Ian Kinsler find the toughest to face?
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Angels demote C.J. Cron to Triple-A
C.J. Cron has had a tough season and the Angels are hoping he can turn things around with a stint at Triple-A.
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The Braves’ top minor league team to rename itself
The Basebally McBaseball Faces?
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David Ortiz thinks Yankees leaked 2003 drug test results
He's almost certainly wrong about that, by the way.
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Buster Posey, Brandon Belt have on-field tiff
Buster Posey, it seems, did not like the way Brandon Belt was holding a runner on first.
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Yankees promote top prospect Gleyber Torres to Triple-A
The Yankees top prospect is only 20, but he is quickly climbing the ladder.
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Dodgers may use outfielder Brett Eibner as relief pitcher
Eibner has been a key bit of outfield depth for L.A., but he could be bullpen depth too.
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And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
Aaron Judge used all of his height to help the Yankees avoid a sweep.
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Video: Chase Utley makes a tremendous diving play for the out
38-year-old Chase Utley showed he can still play defense with a terrific diving play on Sunday against the Marlins.
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Eric Gagne is ending his comeback attempt
Eric Gagne, now 41 years old, was playing independent baseball with the Long Island Ducks but will now focus on coaching.
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Dodgers option Julio Urias to Triple-A Oklahoma City
Urias was reassigned to Triple-A Oklahoma City after getting shelled in his last two starts.
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Terry Collins considered intentionally walking Mike Trout with the bases loaded on Saturday
Terry Collins thought about Buck Showalter's decision to intentionally walk Barry Bonds with the bases loaded in 1998 when Mike Trout came to the plate on Saturday.
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Astros place Brian McCann on concussion DL
The exact cause of Brian McCann's concussion is unknown at this time.
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David Wright shut down from throwing program again
David Wright suffered another setback in his throwing program last week, making his return to the field look even more uncertain this season.
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And That Happened: Saturday’s Scores and Highlights
Rio Ruiz blasted his first home run, the White Sox went on a 16-run tear and Jose Reyes entered the 2,000-hit club during Saturday's games.
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Vince Velasquez: “I feel clueless right now.”
Velasquez sounded off after taking his fourth loss of the season on Saturday.
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Braves acquire Matt Adams from the Cardinals
The Braves received Cardinals' first baseman Matt Adams and cash considerations in exchange for minor leaguer Juan Yepez.
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Blue Jays place Aaron Sanchez on 10-day disabled list with middle finger laceration
Sanchez is headed back to the disabled list after his blister issues resurfaced last week.
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Report: White Sox nearing deal with Luis Robert
The Cuban outfielder reportedly agreed to a deal with the White Sox on Saturday.
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Astros place Dallas Keuchel on 10-day disabled list
Dallas Keuchel is expected to miss one start after battling inflammation in his neck due to a pinched nerve.
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And That Happened: Friday’s Scores and Highlights
Sale made history, deGrom looked untouchable, and the Rockies and Diamondbacks each engineered eight-run innings in during Friday's games.
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Chris Sale extends strikeout streak to eight games
Chris Sale struck out another ten batters against the A's on Friday night, tying an all-time record for most consecutive starts with 10+ strikeouts.
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Jeremy Hellickson exits game with lower back tightness
Jeremy Hellickson left the seventh inning of Friday's 7-2 win after injuring his back on a bad swing.
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Dodgers place Justin Turner on disabled list with hamstring strain
Turner sustained a Grade 1 hamstring strain during Thursday night's 7-2 win over the Marlins.
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Reds probably can’t afford Cuban outfielder Luis Robert
The market is heating up for Luis Robert, but his price tag might have already exceeded the Reds’ capabilities.
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Tim Tebow has increased attendance at minor league games substantially
Tim Tebow is responsible for a 40 percent increase in attendance for his team, the Single-A Columbia Fireflies. Road teams have seen an even greater improvement in attendance thanks to Tebow.
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Tigers honor Chris Cornell with clever media notes
News of musician Chris Cornell’s death sent shockwaves through the U.S. on Thursday. Cornell, the legendary frontman of Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog, and Audioslave, reportedly committed suicide in...
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Giancarlo Stanton frustrated with Marlins’ losing
The last-place Marlins have Giancarlo Stanton's frustration level at the "highest ever."
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Luke Maile, Marcus Stroman become first AL battery to hit back-to-back homers since 1970
Blue Jay teammates Luke Maile and Marcus Stroman did something on Thursday that hadn't been done in 47 years.
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Adam Jones shares player’s point of view
Adam Jones discussed the racist incident in Boston earlier this month and addressed his skeptics.
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Dodgers' Jansen latest to throw immaculate inning
Kenley Jansen struck out three Marlins on nine pitches in the ninth inning on Thursday night for the fourth immaculate inning of the season.
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And That Happened: Thursday’s Scores and Highlights
Luke Maile and Marcus Stroman became the first AL battery since 1970 to hit back-to-back home runs.
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Former major leaguer Glenn Wilson says he battled painkiller addiction and contemplated suicide
In a podcast interview, former major leaguer Glenn Wilson went into personal detail about some troubles he had during and after his playing career.
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Report: Braves sign James Loney to a minor league deal
The Braves have signed James Loney to help fill the void at first base following the wrist injury to Freddie Freeman.
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Blue Jays suspend Kevin Pillar for two games
The Blue Jays have suspended outfielder Kevin Pillar two games for his use of a homophobic slur against the Braves on Wednesday.
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Report: Angels sign Doug Fister
The Angels have reportedly signed veteran pitcher Doug Fister to a major league contract.
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Blue Jays, Kevin Pillar issue public statements regarding use of homophobic slur
The Blue Jays and Kevin Pillar each apologized publicly for Pillar's use of a homophobic slur during Wednesday's game against the Braves.
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Report: Freeman expected to miss at least eight weeks with fractured wrist
Bad news for the Braves as Freddie Freeman is expected to miss the next eight weeks with a fractured left wrist.
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Jameson Taillon’s pathology report came back positive for testicular cancer
Jameson Taillon underwent surgery last week for suspected testicular cancer. Those suspicions turned out to be correct.
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Kareem opted to stick with hoops over baseball
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar says growing up he wanted to play for the Dodgers, but opted to stick to basketball over baseball in high school.
Jung Ho Kang’s eight-month suspended sentence for DUI upheld in South Korea
Jung Ho Kang appealed an eight-month suspended sentence for his DUI arrest and fleeing the scene last December, which his lawyers called a "death sentence" for his baseball career.
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Report: MLB investigating Kevin Pillar’s use of a homophobic slur
Kevin Pillar took exception to Jason Motte quick-pitching him, so he yelled a homophobic slur.
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Report: Cubs fan dies after falling over railing at Wrigley Field
A Cubs fan fell over a railing after Tuesday's game and died, according to a report.
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Waiver wire: Phillies' Tommy Joseph turning it on
Philadelphia Philles first baseman Tommy Joseph is among the better option on the fantasy baseball waiver wire, according to Rotoworld's D.J. Short.
And That Happened: Wednesday’s Scores and Highlights
Mike Trout homered and the Rangers won, so it must've been a day that ends in 'y'.
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Tempers flare between Dodgers, Giants
Johnny Cueto and Yasmani Grandal got into it during Wednesday's series finale, causing both benches to empty.
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Video: Kevin Kiermaier robs Jason Kipnis of a home run to end the game
Kevin Kiermaier robbed Jason Kipnis of a home run to end Wednesday's contest.
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Giants activate Mark Melancon from the disabled list
The Giants got closer Mark Melancon back from the disabled list on Wednesday.
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LaTroy Hawkins says Tommy Kahnle “one of the worst teammates I’ve ever had in my life.”
LaTroy Hawkins and Tommy Kahnle apparently didn't get along when both were Rockies teammates in 2014.
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Mariners' Diaz out as closer, but don't drop him
Mariners' Edwin Diaz has lost his closer role for now, but owners should hang onto him. If you need steals, look to Indians' Bradley Zimmer or Angels' Cameron Maybin.
Ryon Healy smashed a fan’s phone with home run at Safeco Field
The Athletics found themselves on the hook for some extra damage after Ryon Healy crushed a home run at Safeco Field on Tuesday.
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Curt Schilling thinks Adam Jones is still lying about racist incident in Boston
Curt Schilling still isn't sold that Adam Jones actually experienced racism at Fenway Park earlier this month.
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Chris Davis hit go-ahead home runs in both the 12th and 13th innings
Chris Davis became the first Oriole to homer twice in extra innings since Mike Young in 1987.
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The Angels walked off thanks to a line drive off of Leury Garcia’s face
An Albert Pujols game-winning line drive bounced off of Leury Garcia's face in center field last night, allowing the Angels to win the game.
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And That Happened: Tuesday’s Scores and Highlights
Do chicks still love the longball? They had better, because that's all we get in baseball anymore.
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Video: Josh Harrison beats the throw to second base with unorthodox pop-up slide
Josh Harrison got creative to avoid Wilmer Difo's tag at second base to stretch a single into a double.
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Nationals move pitching prospect Erick Fedde to the bullpen
The Nationals have decided to move top pitching prospect Erick Fedde to the bullpen at Double-A Harrisburg.
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Robinson Cano lands on the disabled list with a quad strain
Robinson Cano will spend at least a few more days on the disabled list dealing with a strained right quadriceps.
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Mariners demote Edwin Diaz from the closer’s role
Edwin Diaz will fix some mechanical issues and the Mariners will turn elsewhere to handle save situations.
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The fly ball revolution isn’t working for everyone
Some players, like Yonder Alonso, have revitalized their careers by hitting more fly balls. But the strategy isn't working for everyone.
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Adam Jones talks about race issues in baseball and America, and why he chooses to speak up
Adam Jones, the target of racist slurs two weeks ago in Boston, spoke to Jeff Passan about race issues in baseball and in society at large.
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Dodgers activate Rich Hill from the disabled list
Rich Hill will return to the Dodgers' rotation on Tuesday after missing a month with a blister issue.
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Astros regain top spot in MLB Power Rankings
The Astros regain the top spot in Rotoworld's MLB Power Rankings from the Nationals thanks to the strong play of Carlos Correa and Dallas Keuchel.
Indians call up top prospect Bradley Zimmer
The Tribe's top prospect was hitting .294 with five home runs and 14 RBIs in 33 games with Triple-A Columbus.
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Mets finally place Asdrubal Cabrera on disabled list
Cabrera injured his thumb ten days ago.
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Francisco Cervelli leads ballplayers in joining Venezuelan protests
They may be far away, but their country is foremost on their mind.
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Dodgers fans unfurl a Dodgers flag in the San Francisco bleachers
This was from Yankee Stadium last September. They did it again at AT&T Park last night.
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Aaron Judge asks Yankees fans about Aaron Judge
Aaron Judge pulled a 'Clark Ken't act on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and hilarity ensued.
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And That Happened: Monday’s Scores and Highlights
Hunter Renfroe hit a two-run walkoff homer in extra innings to power the Padres
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Mike Trout has homered in four consecutive games
Mike Trout has gone yard in his last four ballgames, leaving him one game shy of the Angels' record.
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Carlos Gomez expected to miss four to six weeks with strained hamstring
Rangers outfielder Carlos Gomez won't return until the middle of next month at the earliest due to a strained right hamstring.
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Joe Maddon and Jon Lester are no fans of the slide rule
Both Cubs manager Joe Maddon and starting pitcher Jon Lester expressed their displeasure with the slide rule that baseball implemented over the last two seasons.
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Giants place Hunter Pence on the disabled list
Hunter Pence is back on the disabled list with a hamstring injury.
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Terry Francona roasts Kevin Cash
Terry Francona had some good-natured fun at Kevin Cash's expense during batting practice on Monday.
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Max Scherzer threw an immaculate inning against the Phillies
Max Scherzer on Sunday became the 79th different pitcher in baseball history to throw an immaculate inning.
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Mets to decide whether or not to DL Asdrubal Cabrera on Tuesday
Mets shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera was told he has a torn ligament in his thumb, reaggravating an injury he sustained two weeks ago.
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Aaron Altherr is red hot at the plate
Aaron Altherr didn't have an everyday role when the 2017 season started, but after Howie Kendrick went down with an injury, Altherr has stepped up.
Great Moments in Inventing Stats to Make Derek Jeter Look Better
Or: what we talk about when we talk about Derek Jeter being overrated.
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Going deep: Brewers off to smashing start at plate
The Brewers lead the majors with 63 homers and 21 multi-homer games.
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Former Oriole, Angel Doug Decinces faces decades in prison following insider trading conviction
DeCinces was convicted on 13 counts after making $1.3 million on an inside stock tip.
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Byron Buxton made an absolutely amazing catch yesterday
The catch was amazing. The ground he covered to get there was just as amazing.
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Carlos Beltran created a new Yankees tradition
A tradition unlike any other?
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Derek Jeter's legacy is easy to celebrate
After the Yankees honored Derek Jeter's legendary career, Dan Patrick discusses why Jeter's legacy is unique.
And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
Manny Pina of the Brewers hit a big homer to cap a big comeback on a day full of comebacks.
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Derek Jeter’s number retired
One of the greatest of all time had his day at Yankee Stadium. He deserved it.
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Cobb County, Georgia taxpayers paying for traffic control at Braves games
It's an unusual arrangement these days as sports teams typically pay for the extra police work required
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Another injury to the Red Sox’ rotation: Drew Pomeranz goes down
He left before the fourth inning today with left triceps tightness.
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Steve Palermo — umpire, hero — passes away at age 67
Palmero, who was shot in the back while stopping a mugging in 1991, was 67.
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David Price could return to the Red Sox by next week
Price is scheduled for a Triple-A rehab start on Friday and could rejoin the Red Sox' rotation later this month.
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Steve Pearce exits game with apparent leg injury
Pearce left the second inning of Sunday's Blue Jays-Mariners game after sustaining an apparent injury on the basepaths.
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Aroldis Chapman lands on 10-day disabled list with rotator cuff inflammation
Chapman is expected to miss at least two weeks with an inflamed rotator cuff, but could be sidelined up to a month during the recovery process.
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And That Happened: Saturday’s Scores and Highlights
Bryce Harper clubbed a walk-off home run, Chris Sale struck out twelve, and Ian Happ delivered his first career homer during Saturday's games.
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Wei-Yin Chen might not pitch again in 2017
Chen suffered a setback in his recovery from left elbow fatigue on Saturday. Now, the Marlins don't know when he'll be cleared to return to the rotation.
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Video: Ian Happ hits his first major league home run
The Cubs' No. 2 top prospect commemorated his major league call-up with his first career home run against the Cardinals.
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Chris Sale strikes out 12 in record-tying performance
Chris Sale is one of only four major league hurlers to accomplish this feat.
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Nationals extend Bryce Harper through 2018 season
Harper stands to make a reported $21.65 million in the final year of his contract.
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Hisashi Iwakuma to miss 4-6 weeks with shoulder inflammation
Iwakuma is the fourth Mariners' starter to hit the disabled list this year.
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And That Happened: Friday’s Scores and Highlights
The Giants went the distance for a 17th inning walk-off home run, the Cardinals snapped a six-game win streak and Mike Trout hit a home run during Friday's games.
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Video: Johnny Barbato drills Chris Iannetta in the face with a 93 MPH pitch
Iannetta was treated at a local hospital after taking a 93 m.p.h. pitch to the face on Friday night.
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Rich Hill’s blister will determine whether he stays in Dodgers’ rotation
Hill is scheduled to make one start in San Francisco, but could get reassigned to the bullpen if things don't go well.
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Jon Daniels traveled to Japan to evaluate Shohei Otani
Despite the Rangers' interest in the multi-talented pitcher, Otani still doesn't appear ready to sign with an MLB team anytime soon.
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Tigers activate J.D. Martinez from the disabled list
Martinez will make his season debut on Friday after rehabbing a ligament sprain in his right foot.
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Jeurys Familia undergoes surgery
The Mets placed Familia on the 10-day disabled list following the procedure on Friday.
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Jeff Francoeur to get a tryout as a Braves TV analyst
He was ALWAYS gonna end up with the Braves. I just did not expect it would be in this capacity.
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Marlins yell at “Marlins Man” after one of his “Mermaids” flashed her cleavage on camera
Nothing in this headline would've made sense a few years ago. Not that it makes much sense now.
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Twins to promote Jose Berrios for Saturday start
Jose Berriors has been fantastic at Triple-A Rochester so far this season, posting a 1.13 ERA with 39/8 K/BB ratio in 39.2 innings.
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The Mets are considering a Tim Tebow promotion
He's gotten hot in single-A over the past couple of weeks.
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Mets considering promoting Tim Tebow from Single-A
After a recent surge at the plate, the Mets are thinking about bumping Tebow up in the organization.
And That Happened: Thursday’s Scores and Highlights
Party at Napoli's
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Craig Kimbrel pitched an immaculate ninth inning
Craig Kimbrel accomplished a rare feat on Thursday, striking out three batters on nine pitches in the ninth inning against the Brewers.
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Jonathan Villar shrewdly dropped a line drive to get a double play
Brewers second baseman Jonathan Villar got away with a shrewd move to turn one out into two on Thursday afternoon against the Red Sox.
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Twins in no rush to promote Jose Berrios
Jose Berrios has been dominant at Triple-A, but the Twins aren't in any rush to promote him back to the majors.
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Kevin Kiermaier has had a rough few days
Kevin Kiermaier, a two-time Gold Glove award winner, made two nearly identical mistakes in the outfield in a span of four days.
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Blue Jays place Francisco Liriano on the disabled list
Yet another Blue Jays player has been placed on the disabled list. This time, it's Francisco Liriano.
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Familia has blood clot in shoulder; may need surgery
Mets closer Jeurys Familia is en route to St. Louis to see a specialist.
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Apparently it was Matt Harvey’s fault the Mets lost last night
No, Matt Harvey did not pitch in the game.
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David Ortiz rips Bobby Valentine in his new memoir
Spoiler: he is not a fan.
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Jayson Werth turning back the clock with Nationals
Jayson Werth, Keon Broxton and Trevor Cahill are among the top waiver wire pickups after their respective hot streaks.
Athletics narrow down preferred ballpark sites
And the current site of the Coliseum is reportedly not one of them
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Phillies give a two-year extension to manager Pete Mackanin
The deal is through 2018 with a 2019 club option.
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And That Happened: Wednesday’s Scores and Highlights
The worst thing in baseball, it seems, is to have a four-run lead.
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Video: Carlos Gonzalez preserves no-hit bid with spectacular catch
Carlos Gonzalez helped keep German Marquez's dream of a no-hitter alive briefly by making an amazing catch in right field.
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Marlins place Adeiny Hechavarria back on the disabled list
Marlins shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria is back on the disabled list with a strained left oblique.
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Andrew Toles to undergo season-ending surgery for a torn ACL
Dodgers outfielder Andrew Toles will be out a while as he will undergo surgery to repair his torn ACL.
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Joaquin Benoit criticizes Pete Mackanin’s bullpen management
Joaquin Benoit gave up five runs in one-third of an inning on Wednesday, then blamed manager Pete Mackanin after the game.
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German Marquez loses no-hitter in the seventh inning against the Cubs
Rockies starter German Marquez is attempting to no-hit the defending World Series champion Cubs at Coors Field.
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Seth Maness is back in the majors less than nine months after elbow surgery
Seth Maness underwent elbow surgery last August and is already back in the majors.
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Twins claim Adam Wilk off waivers from the Mets
The Twins added starting pitching depth on Wednesday, claiming Adam Wilk off waivers from the Mets.
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