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How to watch Cardinals vs. Pirates on Peacock
It’s the St. Louis Cardinals vs the Pittsburgh Pirates live from PNC Park at 11:30 AM this Sunday on Peacock.
Like his family, Cardinals’ Tommy Edman a student of the game
While Tommy Edman was growing up in San Diego, he wasn’t aware of many major leaguers with backgrounds similar to his own.
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Reds, Guardians postponed by rain, teams will play Thursday
A rainy forecast in Cleveland postponed the series finale between the Cincinnati Reds and the Guardians.
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Correa 2 hits in return, small crowd as Twins top A’s 14-4
Carlos Correa went 2 for 4 with an RBI double in his return from a stint on the injured list and the Minnesota Twins beat the Oakland Athletics.
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Justin Turner 3-run HR, Dodgers top D-backs for 4-game sweep
Justin Turner hit a three-run homer in the fourth inning and the Los Angeles Dodgers rallied past the Arizona Diamondbacks 5-3 to complete a sweep.
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Astros’ Odorizzi: MRI shows some leg damage, no set return
Houston Astros pitcher Jake Odorizzi said an MRI on his left leg showed damage that will sideline him for the immediate future.
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Cron helps Rockies end 12-game skid vs Giants with 5-3 win
C.J. Cron hit a tiebreaking two-run home run in a three-run eighth inning to help the Colorado Rockies defeat the San Francisco Giants.
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Hiura’s HR in 11th gives Brewers 7-6 victory over Braves
Keston Hiura completed with Brewers' biggest comeback of the season with a home run in the 11th inning, leading Milwaukee to a 7-6 win over the Braves.
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Paredes homers twice, Rodriguez leaves early, Rays win 6-1
Tampa Bay second baseman Isaac Paredes homered twice and the Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Detroit Tigers by a final score of 6-1.
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Phillies slugger Harper won’t play right field for 6 weeks
Bryce Harper sat out a third straight game as he recovers from a platelet-rich plasma injection in his right elbow and the Phillies slugger may not play right field again until late July.
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Terry Francona back managing Guardians following COVID-19 outbreak
Cleveland Guardians manager Terry Francona has cleared health and safety protocols and returned to the team after missing four games with COVID-19.
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Correa returns to Twins from IL; rookie Lewis sent back down
The Twins reinstated shortstop Carlos Correa from the injured list before their game at Oakland and sent thriving rookie Royce Lewis back to Triple-A St. Paul.
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Phillies’ Bryce Harper out against Padres after injection in elbow
Bryce Harper could miss another game as he recovers from a platelet-rich plasma injection in his right elbow.
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Brewers’ J.C. Mejía banned 80 games for positive drug test
Milwaukee pitcher J.C. Mejia was suspended for 80 games following a positive test for a performance-enhancing substance.
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Orioles’ Matt Harvey suspended 60 games for drug distribution
Baltimore Orioles pitcher Matt Harvey was suspended for 60 games by Major League Baseball on Tuesday for distributing a prohibited drug of abuse.
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Guardians manager Terry Francona still sidelined with COVID-19
Guardians manager Terry Francona missed his fourth consecutive game after testing positive for COVID-19 last week.
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Mets’ deGrom progressing, Marte to bereavement list
Jacob deGrom had follow-up imaging that showed progressive healing in the stress reaction in his right scapula, and he will continue to ramp up his throwing.
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Dodgers and D-backs prepare for first DH in L.A. since 1999
It never rains in California, or so it is said, which means that the doubleheader between the Arizona Diamondbacks and Los Angeles Dodgers is a rarity.
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Houston RHP Odorizzi stretchered off field in Boston
Odorizzi collapsed running to cover first base in the fifth inning.
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Yankees beat Orioles 6-2 to extend AL East lead to 5 1/2
Luis Severino allowed one hit in six innings and the red-hot New York Yankees took care of business against the Baltimore Orioles.
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Guardians acquire RHP Ramirez in trade from Mariners
The Cleveland Guardians acquired right-handed pitcher Yohan Ramirez from the Seattle Mariners for cash or a player to be named.
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Here’s Johnny: White Sox bring up RHP Cueto from minors
Thirty-six-year-old Johnny Cueto is back in the majors with the Chicago White Sox.
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Miguel Cabrera worth consideration in deep leagues
Christopher Crawford highlights Miguel Cabrera's impressive stretch of play and explains why he is worth consideration in deeper leagues.
Buy-low window closing on Julio Rodriguez
Colin Henderson advises managers to try and acquire Mariners rookie Julio Rodriguez before his buy-low window closes.
Chris Crawford: Add Eli White if desperate for SBs
Christopher Crawford suggest managers look to Texas Rangers OF Eli White if they are in need of steals production.
Bryce Harper playing like an MVP in May
Christopher Crawford highlights Bryce Harper's terrific start to May but also cautions managers about his lingering injury.
Is Jose Quintana's resurgence sustainable?
Despite his strong start to the season, Christopher Crawford has doubts that Jose Quintana can continue his resurgence.
Should managers sell high on Paul Blackburn?
Colin Henderson details why fantasy managers should consider cashing in on Oakland Athletics SP Paul Blackburn amid his breakout start to the season.
Nestor Cortes Jr. looks like a top-30 fantasy SP
Colin Henderson examines Nestor Cortes Jr.'s terrific start to the season and explains why fantasy managers should believe in the lefty as a top-30 starting pitcher for rest of season.
Why has Jose Berrios struggled so much?
Christopher Crawford looks at the underlying metrics and tries to determine why Jose Berrios has been one of the more disappointing fantasy players this season.
Swanson's bat heating up, but temper expectations
Colin Henderson balances Atlanta Braves SS Dansby Swanson's recent surge with some concerning underlying numbers.
Henderson: Time to view Gallen as a top-20 starter
Colin Henderson makes the case for why fantasy managers should view Zac Gallen as a top-20 pitcher in fantasy.
Gavin Lux gets 2-run double, Dodgers surge past Phils 5-4
Gavin Lux hit a walk-off, two-run double and the Los Angeles Dodgers avoided the sweep with a 5-4 win over the Philadelphia Phillies.
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Ohtani homers again, leads Angels past A’s 4-1
Shohei Ohtani homered for the second straight game and the Los Angeles Angels defeated the Oakland Athletics by a final score of 4-1.
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García, Calhoun each hit 2 homers, Rangers beat Red Sox 7-1
Adolis Garcia and Kole Calhoun each hit two home runs and the Texas Rangers beat the Boston Red Sox by a final score of 7-1.
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Wong leads Brewers to 7-3 win over the Marlins
Kolten Wong homered, singled and had three walks and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Miami Marlins by a final score of 7-3.
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Chapman error sets up Rays’ big inning in 3-0 win over Jays
The Tampa Bay Rays broke open a scoreless tie in the sixth inning, scoring three runs on the way to a victory over the Toronto Blue Jays.
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Rodríguez has 4 hits, Alonso Ks in 9th as M’s beat Mets 8-7
Rookie Julio Rodriguez hit a tying homer and reliever Diego Castillo struck out Mets star Pete Alonso with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth to lift the Seattle Mariners over New York 8-7 Sunday.
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Gurriel stays hot, Verlander solid, Astros blank Nats 8-0
Yuli Gurriel went 3-for-4 with a homer, Justin Verlander pitched five scoreless innings and the Houston Astros beat the Washington Nationals, 8-0, on Sunday.
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Cortes pitches 8 crisp innings as Yankees beat White Sox 5-1
Yankees left-hander Nestor Cortes continued to pitch well for the Bronx Bombers in their 5-1 victory over the Chicago White Sox.
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Buxton and Urshela homer to help Twins beat Guardians 3-1
Joe Ryan allowed one run over six innings and was backed by solo homers from Byron Buxton and Gio Urshela as the Minnesota Twins beat the Cleveland Guardians, 3-1, on Sunday.
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No hits, no prob: Bucs win with 0 hits, top Greene, Reds 1-0
Reds starter Hunter Greene and reliever Art Warren combined to allow zero hits but Cincinnati still lost 1-0 to the Pittsburgh Pirates.
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Blue Jays prospects strike out 24 Yankees minor leaguers
Blue Jays prospects struck out 24 hitters in the Class A Dunedin Blue Jays 1-0 victory over the New York Yankees' Tampa Tarpons.
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HLs: Padres surge in 11th to win series vs. Braves
The Braves and Padres took things to extra innings, and after fighting their way back from a 3-0 deficit, San Diego exploded in the 11th with four runs to steal the game and the series win.
Kim ropes a double to put the Padres ahead
Ha-Seong Kim smokes a double down the left-field line to break the tie in the top of the 11th inning and give the San Diego Padres the lead over the Braves.
Mets put RHP Megill put on injured list with inflamed biceps
New York right-hander Tylor Megill was placed on the 15-day injured list by the Mets because of an inflamed right biceps.
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Mariners to miss ‘couple players’ in Toronto over vaccine
Seattle Mariners manager Scott Servais said "a couple players" won't make the trip to Toronto because of the Canadian government's vaccine mandate.
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Cardinals’ Adam Wainwright, Yadier Molina on cusp of history vs. Giants
Adam Wainwright and Yadier Molina will go for their MLB record 203rd victory together to become the winningest pitcher-catcher battery of all time.
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Profar scores from 2nd after Contreras' bad throw
Padres outfielder Jurickson Profar scores all the way from second after Braves catcher William Contreras' snap throw to first gets by Matt Olson and goes into right field.
Swanson pads Braves' lead with powerful homer
After scoring the opening run of the game, Dansby Swanson's day gets even better with a home run that sends the Braves to a 3-0 lead vs. the Padres.