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Shohei Ohtani to pitch Sunday for Angels
Shohei Ohtani will pitch for the Los Angeles Angels on Sunday after his sore arm apparently felt much better in a bullpen session.
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Ray Liotta wants in on ‘Field of Dreams’ MLB Games
Emmy Award-winning actor Ray Liotta reveals what impressed him most when watching the Chicago White Sox and New York Yankees play this past summer.
Angels’ Ohtani has sore arm, may not pitch again this season
The Two-way star won't pitch Friday for the Los Angeles Angels because of a sore right arm that could sideline him as a pitcher for the rest of the season.
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Angels outfielders Mike Trout, Jo Adell likely done for the year
The Angels' will probably be down two very talented outfielders for the rest of 2021.
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Dodgers clinch postseason berth in 8-4 win over Diamondbacks
The Dodgers are the second team in the majors to secure a spot in the playoffs, only behind the NL West rival Giants.
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Burns: Ohtani exemplifies what's great about MLB
Ken Burns breaks down how Shohei Ohtani shows the enticing variance and versatility that makes baseball special.
'86 Mets were too explosive to stay together
Dan Patrick recounts the 1986 World Series-winning New York Mets, the many characters he had a chance to cover on that team and whether a team like that could exist in today's MLB.
Royals promote Dayton Moore to president, J.J. Picollo to GM
Picollo said he will "lean on" Moore, who had been the franchise's general manager since 2006.
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Report: Seattle Mariners to host 2023 MLB All-Star Game
The Mariners will host baseball's 2023 All-Star Game at T-Mobile Park.
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Ryan Braun retires after 14-year career with Brewers
Ryan Braun, the Brewers' home run leader after a 14-year career, announces his retirement.
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Giants become first MLB team to clinch postseason berth
The surprising Giants become the first team to clinch a playoff spot this season thanks to their eighth consecutive victory.
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Yankees move Gleyber Torres from shortstop to second base
Gleyber Torres was treated by the Yankees the same way he dealt with too many grounders: He was given the boot from shortstop.
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Lindor’s 3rd homer lifts Mets whistling past Yanks 8-7
Francisco Lindor whistled at the Yankees, and sent the ball whistling over the wall - three times.
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Dodgers’ Max Scherzer notches 3,000th career strikeout
Max Scherzer of the Dodgers became the 19th player in major league history with 3,000 strikeouts.
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Brewers’ Burnes, Hader combine for MLB record 9th no-hitter
Corbin Burnes combined with reliever Josh Hader to pitch baseball's record ninth no-hitter this season as the Brewers beat Cleveland 3-0 on Saturday night.
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MLB upholds suspension of Arizona pitcher Caleb Smith
Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Caleb Smith has lost his appeal and will serve a 10-day suspension for the use of a foreign substance in a game.
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Judge HRs twice, rallies Yanks past Mets on 9/11 anniversary
A raucous New York crowd of 43,144 lurched and howled - frequently out of their seats - through a back-and-forth Subway Series game that followed an affecting Sept. 11 observance.
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Nationals pitcher Nolin, manager Martinez suspended for HBP
Major League Baseball suspended Nationals starting pitcher Sean Nolin five games for intentionally hitting Atlanta Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman.
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Urías earns MLB-leading 17th win, Dodgers beat Padres 3-0
Julio Urias threw seven shutout innings for his major league-leading 17th victory and the Dodgers beat the Padres 3-0 Friday night to snap a two-game skid.
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Mets, Yankees will remember 9/11 before Saturday game
Baseball will be secondary Saturday when the Mets host the Yankees following a tribute to those who died in the 9/11 terror attacks 20 years earlier.
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Bauer won’t pitch again this season, leave extended by MLB
Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer will miss the rest of the season.
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White Sox activate RHP Lance Lynn from IL
The Chicago White Sox activated All-Star right-hander Lance Lynn from the 10-day injured list on Friday.
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Bryant cheered in Wrigley return, Giants win 5th in row
Kris Bryant drew a pair of standing ovations in his return to Wrigley Field, then Evan Longoria and Brandon Belt homered in the seventh inning to send the San Francisco Giants over the Chicago Cubs 6-1...
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Red Sox lefty Sale has COVID-19, scratched from Sunday start
Boston ace Chris Sale has tested positive for COVID-19, sidelining the left-hander while the Red Sox fight for positioning in the crowded AL playoff picture.
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Torre recalls the few times he yelled at Jeter
Joe Torre joins the Dan Patrick Show to discuss his memories from the aftermath of 9/11, what it was like managing Derek Jeter and Torre's best season as a player.
Yankees’ Taillon out with ankle tear, Britton has TJ surgery
Yankees starter Jameson Taillon was added to the 10-day injured list Thursday with a partial tear of a tendon in his right ankle, and manager Aaron Boone also said reliever Zack Britton has had season-...
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Jeter proof of the value of intangibles in sports
Michael Holley and Michael Smith want to know who the one writer was who didn't vote for Derek Jeter to make the Baseball Hall of Fame in his first year on the ballot.
Yankees star Derek Jeter inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame
Derek Jeter was simply Derek Jeter on his special day - smooth as silk.
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Mets president says he had little communication with Scott
Alderson says he's had little communication with acting general manager Zack Scott, who was arrested last week.
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Braves sign RHP Morton to $20 million deal for 2022
The Atlanta Braves locked up another key player for next season, announcing a $20 million, one-year deal for pitcher Charlie Morton on Monday.
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Rockies’ Gomber done for season because of back injury
Colorado Rockies left-hander Austin Gomber will miss the rest of the season after team doctors discovered a stress fracture in his lower back.
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Johnny Bench tests positive for virus, to miss Hall ceremony
Hall of Fame catcher Johnny Bench says he has tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss this year's induction ceremonies in Cooperstown, New York.
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Cubs’ Ross, Hoyer test positive for COVID-19; Green ejected
Chicago Cubs manager David Ross and president of baseball operations Jed Hoyer have tested positive for COVID-19.
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Mets place Scott on paid leave, acting GM pleads not guilty
Acting general manager Zack Scott was placed on administrative leave Thursday by the New York Mets following his arrest on charges of driving while intoxicated.
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Spanish broadcaster pulls Yanks’ Sterling from flooding car
Rickie Ricardo helped 83-year-old John Sterling get safely to his home in New Jersey.
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Mets acting GM Zack Scott arrested on DUI charge
New York Mets acting general manager Zack Scott was arrested on charges of driving while intoxicated, hours after attending a fundraiser at team owner Steve Cohen's house.
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Smoltz, Leiter refuse vaccine, will work remotely
John Smoltz and Al Leiter are not making in-studio appearances for MLB Network after refusing to get the coronavirus vaccine, according to a person with knowledge of the situation.
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Nats VP Bob Boone resigning over vaccine mandate
Washington Nationals Vice President Bob Boone has informed the club he's resigning rather than comply with the organization's COVID-19 vaccine mandate, a person with knowledge of the situation said.
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Twins’ Maeda has season-ending Tommy John surgery
Minnesota Twins right-hander Kenta Maeda had season-ending Tommy John surgery Wednesday in Dallas, the team said.
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Casey: Booing back at fans 'sends bad message'
Former MLB player Sean Casey joins the Dan Patrick Show to explain why he thinks Javy Baez's thumbs-down wasn't the smartest move and why he feels his game would be more appreciated if he played today.
Wade Miley among best at avoiding hard contact
Christopher Crawford believes fantasy managers should trust Cincinnati Reds SP Wade Miley down the stretch.
Mets’ Báez bolts out of doghouse with apology, winning run
Javier Baez apologized for running his mouth, then sprinted right back into the good graces of Mets fans.
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Red Sox star Bogaerts tests positive for COVID-19
Randy Arozarena, rookie Wander Franco and the Tampa Bay Rays won their ninth straight game, breaking away from Boston 8-5 Tuesday night soon after Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts was pulled because of a...
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Blue Jays cut LHP Brad Hand 1 month after acquiring him
The Toronto Blue Jays have cut struggling lefty reliever Brad Hand.
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Báez, Lindor apologize for thumbs-down jab at Mets fans
Javier Baez and Francisco Lindor have apologized to Mets fans after Baez revealed that a thumbs-down celebration gesture adopted by players was in part a dig at New York fans who have booed the...
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Giancarlo Stanton looking like difference maker
Yankees slugger Giancarlo Stanton has been crushing it since the trade deadline and Colin Henderson explains the former MVP could determine fantasy leagues this season.
Alvarez remains a fantasy stud with elite stats
Colin Henderson raves about Yordan Alvarez's elite production in fantasy this season and explains why he will be a fantasy stud for years to come.
Mountcastle's been locked in since All-Star break
Colin Henderson analyzes Ryan Mountcastle's strong second half and explains why he looks to be a valuable commodity in keeper and dynasty leagues.
Be careful relying on Senzatela down the stretch
Colin Henderson breaks down why managers need to be careful relying on Antonio Senzatela down the stretch, despite his recent run of good starts.
Gibson's career year should continue down stretch
Colin Henderson explains why he expects Kyle Gibson's career year to continue down the stretch for the Phillies.