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CC Sabathia exits ALCS Game 4 due to injury
CC Sabathia exited Game 4 of the ALCS with an apparent shoulder injury. It was likely the final game of his storied major league career.
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George Springer becomes Astros’ all-time postseason home run leader
With a three-run home run in ALCS Game 4, George Springer passed José Altuve to become the Astros' all-time postseason home run leader.
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Shaky Zack Greinke walks three, allows one run in first inning of ALCS Game 4
Zack Greinke walked three batters, including one with the bases loaded, in the first inning against the Yankees in Game 4 of the ALCS.
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A.J. Hinch says he will remove players if Yankees fans throw objects onto field again
Some Yankees fans threw bottles and souvenir baseballs onto the field after a replay review went against their team in Game 3 of the ALCS.
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Astros, Yankees lineups for ALCS Game 4
The Yankees aim to even the ALCS at two games apiece with a win in Game 4 of the ALCS on Thursday night at home against the Astros.
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Yankees need a win in ALCS Game 4
It's not literally a must-win game for Masahiro Tanaka and the Yankees, but it's practically a must-win game
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Whistlegate: MLB finds no wrongdoing by Astros
File photo: an unknown woman gazes upon a framed copy of the Unwritten Rules.
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Padres plan to give Ron Washington a second interview
Long time Rangers coach Jayce Tingler is also getting a callback.
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Joe Girardi steps down as manager of USA Baseball
He's making it clear that his main focus is managing in the bigs again
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Nats’ success shouldn’t be about Harper
The Nationals' success in 2019 shouldn't be a reflection of Bryce Harper, but it has become that anyway.
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Nationals succeeded by spending money
The Nationals' success is due, in part, to a payroll of about $204.5 million, where nearly $100 million is invested in four starting pitchers.
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Yankees think Astros are stealing signs by whistling
*whistles ominously*
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ALCS Game 4 postponed
Game 4 will be tomorrow, Game 5 on Friday and Games 6 and 7, if necessary, will be on Saturday and Sunday
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Josh Reddick calls out Yankees fans for throwing stuff on the field
"There’s no place in the game for that type of thing," Reddick said
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Joe Maddon is the new Angels manager
Joe Maddon spent 31 years in the Angels organization and now he's going home.
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Skaggs Case: Federal Agents have interviewed at least six current or former Angels players
Matt Harvey, Andrew Heaney, Trevor Cahill, and Noé Ramirez are among the six
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Howie Kendrick wins NLCS MVP
36-year-old veteran Howie Kendrick won NLCS MVP after hitting four doubles, knocking in four runs, and scoring four times as the Nationals swept the Cardinals.
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Video: Daniel Hudson gets the final out to send Nationals to World Series
Watch Tommy Edman fly out to Victor Robles in center field for the final out of the NLCS as the Nationals swept their way to a World Series berth.
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Nationals complete NLCS sweep of Cardinals, punch ticket to World Series
The Nationals beat the Cardinals 7-4 in Game 4 of the NLCS Tuesday night, completing a series sweep and earning their first World Series appearance in franchise history.
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Report: MLB could fine the Angels $2 million for failure to report Tyler Skaggs’ drug use
That may seem insufficient, but there are limits to what MLB can do here.
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Nationals pave road to World Series with seven-run first inning in NLCS Game 4
The Nationals exploded out of the gate, hanging a seven-spot in the first inning against the Cardinals as they look for an NLCS sweep.
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Astros top Yankees 4-1 in Game 3, take 2-1 ALCS lead
Early solo home runs by José Altuve and Josh Reddick, plus seven shutout innings from Gerrit Cole, paced the Astros in a 4-1 win over the Yankees in Game 3 of the ALCS.
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Unsharp Gerrit Cole tosses seven shutout innings in ALCS Game 3
Astros starter Gerrit Cole didn't have his best stuff on Tuesday, but still managed to pitch his way out of trouble repeatedly to hold the Yankees scoreless over seven innings.
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Nationals, Cardinals lineups for NLCS Game 4
With a win on Tuesday night in Game 4 of the NLCS, the Nationals will sweep the Cardinals and gain entry into the World Series for the first time in franchise history.
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José Altuve homers, Luis Severino throws 36 pitches in long first inning in ALCS Game 3
José Altuve swatted a one-out solo homer in a 36-pitch first inning for Luis Severino in ALCS Game 3.
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Lawyer asks for a delay in a case due to the Nationals’ playoff run
Only two days, though. He realizes that the Cards do not have much more fight than that left in them.
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Giancarlo Stanton is out of the Yankees lineup again
His quad strain has sidelined him for the second straight game
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MLB and the MLBPA are discussing opioid testing. This seems like the wrong move.
If the system in place had been properly utilized, Tyler Skaggs could have gotten help that may have saved his life.
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Rain could be a problem for ALCS Game 4
And, if it becomes necessary, a potential NLCS Game 5 could be moved to prime time
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Nationals’ starting pitching carrying them into World Series
Aníbal Sánchez, Max Scherzer, and Stephen Strasburg have accounted for 21 2/3 of the 27 innings logged by Nationals pitchers in the NLCS against the Cardinals. They have combined to allow just one unearned...
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Nationals dominate Cardinals 8-1 to take 3-0 NLCS lead
The Nationals are one win away from reaching the World Series after defeating the Cardinals 8-1 in NLCS Game 3 to take a commanding 3-0 series lead. Howie Kendrick and Anthony Rendon led the way on offense...
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Report: Matt Williams takes three-year deal to manage in KBO League
Former Athletics third base coach Matt Williams has reportedly signed a three-year contract to manage the Kia Tigers in South Korea.
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Nationals break it open with four-run third inning vs. Cardinals in NLCS Game 3
An Adam Eaton RBI single, Anthony Rendon RBI double, and Howie Kendrick two-run double staked the Nationals to a 4-0 lead in the third inning of NLCS Game 3 against the Cardinals.
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Cardinals, Nationals lineups for NLCS Game 3
José Martínez has two of the Cardinals four hits in this series. Both were pinch hits. Tonight he is in the starting lineup.
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Andrew Friedman expects to sign a new contract to stay with the Dodgers soon
The Dodgers have won the NL West every single year since Friedman joined the club in 2014
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Dodgers longtime pitching coach Rick Honeycutt to become a front office special assistant
Honeycutt has been the Dodgers pitching coach under four different managers over 14 seasons
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Mets to interview Eduardo Pérez for their manager job
Pérez is a current ESPN analyst
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The Cards need to get something going on offense in NLCS Game 3
Cardinals batters have only four hits in the first two games of the NLCS
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The Cubs are interviewing Gabe Kapler
Astros bench coach Joe Espada is also on the Cubs to-be-interviewed list
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Umpire Cory Blaser made two atrocious calls in the top of the 11th inning
Home plate umpire Cory Blaser made questionable calls on back-to-back pitches in the top of the 11th inning of ALCS Game 2.
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Carlos Correa hits walk-off home run in 11th inning as Astros win 3-2 in ALCS Game 2
Carlos Correa ended nearly five hours of baseball with a walk-off solo home run in the 11th inning as the Astros beat the Yankees 3-2 in ALCS Game 2.
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Sean Doolittle perfectly responded to Daniel Hudson’s critics
Nationals reliever Sean Doolittle had a perfect response to those critical of Daniel Hudson for going on paternity leave as the NLCS began.
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Aaron Judge homer puts Yankees ahead of Astros in ALCS Game 2
The Astros took an early lead against James Paxton and the Yankees in ALCS Game 2, plating a run in the bottom of the second inning.
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Carlos Beltrán only wants to manage in New York
Carlos Beltrán is only interested in interviewing for the Mets' open managerial position, turning down interviews with the Cubs and Padres.
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Giancarlo Stanton dealing with quad injury
Yankees slugger Giancarlo Stanton wasn't in the starting lineup for ALCS Game 2 on Sunday due to a quad injury.
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Yankees, Astros lineups for ALCS Game 2
James Paxton and Justin Verlander will square off for Game 2 of the ALCS as the Astros look for their first win of the series.
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Report: Phillies to interview Dusty Baker for managerial position
The Giants have given the Phillies permission to interview Dusty Baker for their managerial opening, per reports.
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Here are 7 incredible stats from Game 1 of the ALCS
Gleyber Torres and Masahiro Tanaka inked their names in the postseason history books during the ALCS opener on Saturday night.
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Gleyber Torres fuels Yankees’ 7-0 shutout over Astros in ALCS Game 1
Torres went 3-for-5 with five RBI during the Yankees' triumphant 7-0 victory over the Astros on Saturday.
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Major League Baseball has an opioid problem. Now what?
And in doing so, it must not repeat the mistakes it has made in the past when drugs were involved.
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