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Rangers don’t plan to make qualifying offer to Adrián Beltré
Rangers GM Jon Daniels said he doesn't expect the club to make a $17.9 million qualifying offer to free agent third baseman Adrián Beltré.
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Rockies expect Seunghwan Oh back in 2019
Rockies reliever Seunghwan Oh recently said to the Yonhap News Agency that he wanted to return to South Korea to finish out his career. He has one year and $2.5 million remaining. His 2019 club option...
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Scott Boras: Conflict of interest for agent to become GM
Sports and entertainment agent Brodie Van Wagenen is one of three finalists for the Mets' GM role. Fellow agent Scott Boras says there would be a conflict of interest if Van Wagenen were to take the job if...
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Manny Machado to face another team that doesn’t like him very much
Machado slid into Dustin Pedroia last year, injuring him and setting off a week or so of bad blood
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David Price officially named Game 2 starter
Price pitched the Red Sox into the World Series with his Game 5 win in he ALCS
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Mets narrow down their GM candidates to three
Who does Fred Wilpon prefer?
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Marlins announce signing of Victor Victor Mesa, Victor Mesa, Jr.
Victor Victor is expected to be big league-ready very soon.
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Report: Joe Girardi waiting for opening with a Chicago team
Former Yankees manager Joe Girardi took himself out of the running to become manager of the Reds and Rangers. It is believed he is holding out for a potential opportunity to manage either the Cubs or White...
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Dodgers, Red Sox meet in rematch from 1916
Bad luck and bad timing has prevented these two venerable franchises from meeting since then.
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Angels name Brad Ausmus new manager
Brad Ausmus will step into a managerial role with the Angels in 2019.
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Chris Sale not hospitalized because of belly button ring infection
The Red Sox ace is still on track to start Game 1 of the World Series after a stomach illness landed him in the hospital.
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David Bell named new Reds manager
David Bell officially inked a three-year contract with the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday.
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Cody Bellinger named NLCS MVP
With game-winning hits in Games 4 and 7 of the NLCS, Bellinger was an easy pick for MVP honors after the Dodgers wrapped the series on Saturday.
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Bellinger, Puig power Game 7 win to send Dodgers to World Series
Cody Bellinger's second-inning blast proved the difference-maker as the Dodgers slugged their way to a second straight NL pennant.
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Yasiel Puig just blew Game 7 of the NLCS wide open
Puig engineered a two-out, three-run homer to boost the Dodgers to a 5-1 lead in the sixth inning of NLCS Game 7.
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Video: Christian Yelich hammers first NLCS home run in Game 7
Yelich smoked a first-inning home run off of Dodgers rookie Walker Buehler on Saturday.
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Mookie Betts could play second base in the World Series
Betts could see some time at the keystone when the World Series shifts to a National League park next week.
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Brewers, Dodgers announce lineups for NLCS Game 7
The two teams will roll with similar lineups for Game 7, with Joc Pederson supplanting David Freese at the top of the Dodgers' lineup.
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Marlins to hold news conference on Monday
While the Marlins have yet to divulge the nature of the conference, it's more than likely that an announcement will be made about the Mesa brothers.
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Jose Altuve underwent right knee surgery on Friday
Altuve underwent a procedure to repair a fractured kneecap on Friday after battling chronic knee pain over the last half of the 2018 season.
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Brewers on brink of first pennant in 36 years
The Dodgers will have to get through Josh Hader if they want to repeat as National League champions.
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Brewers hold off Dodgers to force Game 7 of NLCS
With an explosive four-run spread in the first inning and a shutdown performance from the bullpen, the Brewers bulldozed their way to a 7-2 finish during Game 6 of the NLCS.
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Brewers aren’t going to give up National League pennant easily
Thanks to some early-game heroics from Jesus Aguilar, Mike Moustakas, and Erik Kratz, the Brewers are sitting on a sizable lead as they look to stay alive in the NLCS.
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Report: Joe Girardi withdraws from consideration as Reds’ next manager
Girardi doesn't appear likely to fill another managerial vacancy this fall, though he hasn't closed the door to future opportunities.
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The Dodgers lineup looks funny
Batting first, the first baseman . . . batting second, the second baseman . . . etc.
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Matt Davidson to train to be a two-way player this offseason
Look out Shohei Ohtani, someone is stealing your bit
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Red Sox are not underdogs
Please stop saying this. It is simply not true.
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Are the Red Sox in middle of a dynasty?
The Red Sox may not be considered a traditional dynasty now, but their ability to win with different players, managers and front office personnel over the last 15 years makes them one, Dan Patrick says.
Dodgers look to join the Red Sox in the World Series
The Brewers bats will have to wake up quickly if they want to stop that from happening
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Jackie Bradley, Jr. named ALCS MVP
Red Sox outfielder Jackie Bradley, Jr. was named the Most Valuable Player of the American League Championship Series after hitting two home runs and a double while knocking in nine runs.
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Change-up made all the difference for David Price
David Price went to his change-up much more frequently in his ALCS Game 5 start, helping him toss six shutout innings and lead the Red Sox into the World Series.
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David Price outduels Justin Verlander, sends Red Sox to World Series
David Price tossed six shutout innings, helping the Red Sox take down the Astros 4-1 in Game 5 of the ALCS to advance to the World Series.
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A.J. Hinch: “If it was any other time of the year, [José Altuve] wouldn’t be in the lineup.”
Astros manager A.J. Hinch said that if it were the regular season, second baseman José Altuve wouldn't be in the lineup due to his ailing right knee.
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Curtis Granderson chipped his tooth sliding into second base
Brewers outfielder Curtis Granderson's helmet slipped off while he dove head-first into second base. The helmet bounced back into his mouth, chipping his front tooth.
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Matt Chapman underwent left thumb surgery
Athletics third baseman Matt Chapman underwent surgery on his left thumb. He's expected to be ready by spring training.
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Astros, Red Sox announce lineups for ALCS Game 5
The Red Sox can advance into the World Series by defeating the Astros in Game 5 of the ALCS on Thursday night.
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Dayton Moore still really wants to sign Luke Heimlich
Royals GM Dayton Moore hasn't given up in his pursuit of embattled pitcher Luke Heimlich.
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Was interference right call on Altuve hit?
The fan interference call on Jose Altuve's near home run in Game 4 of the ALCS was not blatant enough to determine either way whether Mookie Betts was interfered with in play.
Red Sox look to punch their ticket to the World Series tonight
Who better to call when your back's against the wall than Justin Verlander?
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Joe West explains the fan interference call he clearly blew
And in so doing reveals a key problem with the current replay system
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The two defensive plays that won Game 4 for the Red Sox
Defense wins championships and last night the Red Sox defense pulled them to within one game of winning the American League
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Red Sox survive back-and-forth affair with Astros, win 8-6 to take 3-1 lead in ALCS
Game 4 of the ALCS saw seven lead changes, but it was ultimately the Red Sox who emerged victorious 8-6 over the Astros on Wednesday night.
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The “Clayton Kershaw can’t pitch in the postseason” narrative should be dead
Reports of Clayton Kershaw's inability to pitch in the postseason were greatly exaggerated.
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Video: José Altuve loses two-run home run to fan interference
José Altuve hit what appeared to be a game-tying two-run home run, but he was instead called out due to fan interference.
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Starters? Openers? Who cares? It’s the lack of offense killing the Brewers
Christian Yelich is 3-for-20 with three singles in the entire series. He is not the only Brewers hitter whose bat has been silent.
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Clayton Kershaw pitches Dodgers past Brewers 5-2; Dodgers take 3-2 NLCS lead
Clayton Kershaw pitched seven strong innings for the Dodgers in Game 5 of the NLCS, helping them defeat the Brewers 5-2 on Wednesday.
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Report: Mets interview Dave Littlefield to fill GM vacancy
The Mets have reportedly interviewed former Pirates GM Dave Littlefield to fill the club's GM vacancy.
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Craig Counsell pulls Wade Miley after one batter
Brewers starter Wade Miley was pulled after facing just one batter in Game 5 of the NLCS. It was all part of the plan for manager Craig Counsell.
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Red Sox, Astros announce lineups for ALCS Game 4
Once again, the Red Sox and Astros have made meaningful lineup alterations in preparation for Game 4 of the ALCS.
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