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Chris Sale admitted to hospital due to stomach illness
Red Sox ALCS Game 1 starter Chris Sale was admitted to a hospital on Tuesday and will be kept overnight for observation due to a stomach illness.
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Red Sox continue see-saw affair with Astros, take 5-4 lead in third inning of ALCS Game 2
The Red Sox and Astros have been trading offensive salvos early in Game 2 of the ALCS.
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Astros line up Dallas Keuchel and Charlie Morton for ALCS Games 3 and 4
The Astros plan to start Dallas Keuchel and Charlie Morton in Games 3 and 4 of the ALCS, respectively, against the Red Sox.
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Lineups for ALCS Game 2
Cole will take the ball for the Astros as they look for a 2-0 advantage in the ALCS on Sunday night.
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Video: George Springer extends playoff hitting streak to 10 games
With Springer's two-run single on Saturday night, the slugger stands on the cusp of a new franchise postseason record as he prepares to go up against David Price in Game 2 of the ALCS.
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Astros trounce Red Sox for 1-0 lead in the ALCS
A handful of timely home runs, a solid outing from Justin Verlander, and a near-record ten walks and three HBP were all the Astros needed to take down the Red Sox in Game 1 of the ALCS.
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Red Sox pull Chris Sale after four innings
Nothing broke in Sale's favor during Game 1 of the ALCS, when he expended nearly 90 pitches through the first four innings.
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Dodgers top Brewers in nailbiter to tie 1-1 in the NLCS
With a game-changing, go-ahead home run from Justin Turner in the eighth, the Dodgers clinched their first NLCS win and pulled even with the Brewers in the series standings.
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Lineups for ALCS Game 1
With Verlander and Sale on the mound, it's anyone's series.
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Lineups for NLCS Game 2
Puig is back, baby.
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ALCS begins tonight, Dodgers look to even up NLCS this afternoon
A 108-win team takes on a 103-win team at Fenway Park tonight, each with their ace on the mound.
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Brewers edge past Dodgers to claim 1-0 lead in NLCS
Led by Brandon Woodruff's solo shot in the third, the Brewers capitalized on a shaky start from Clayton Kershaw to clinch a 6-5 win on Friday.
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Video: Manny Machado, Brandon Woodruff trade home runs in Game 1 of the NLCS
Machado led off with a 115-MPH solo shot in the second inning, then lost the lead when Woodruff took Kershaw deep in the third.
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Jose Reyes was the Mets top vote-getter for the Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award
There were no better candidates on the Mets than a guy who was arrested for domestic violence? Really?
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The Diamondbacks are installing artificial turf
While purists may say that baseball should only be played on grass, it makes way more sense to go synthetic in the desert
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Lineups for NLCS Game 1
Game one gets underway at Miller Park just after 8PM Eastern
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The Yankees are going to try to trade Sonny Gray this offseason
Gray could use a change of scenery after an awful year in the Bronx.
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It’s Free Miller Lite Friday in Milwaukee thanks to ‘beer series’ win
Fans are cashing in on the team's victory in what some are calling the `beer series.'
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Keys to Dodgers-Brewers NLCS
The Brewers' bullpen, the Dodgers' playoff experience and Clayton Kershaw are some of the biggest keys to deciding the NLCS, according to John Smoltz.
Didi Gregorius to have Tommy John surgery
He is expected to return some time in 2019, but this is obviously a big blow to the Yankees
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Did you know that the NFL gets higher TV ratings than baseball?
It's a fact so shocking that one columnist feels the need to tell us about it year after year after year
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Dodgers, Brewers face off in NLCS Game 1
The best the National League has to offer go into battle at 8pm this evening
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Cubs fire hitting coach Chili Davis
After just one season together, the Cubs have decided to part ways with hitting coach Chili Davis.
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Gio González will oppose Clayton Kershaw in Game 1 of NLCS
Clayton Kershaw will square off against Gio González at Miller Park on Friday as the Dodgers and Brewers open the NLCS.
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Jordan Zimmermann underwent core muscle repair surgery
Tigers starter Jordan Zimmermann and teammate Christin Stewart both underwent core muscle repair surgery on Thursday.
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Nick Senzel to undergo elbow surgery, miss four to six weeks
Nick Senzel, the Reds' No. 1 prospect, will undergo elbow surgery and miss four to six weeks, which will keep him out of the Arizona Fall League.
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Cardinals sign Adam Wainwright for 2019
Wainwright did not, contrary to what some suspected, take his final bow in 2018
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Joe West to be crew chief for ALCS
Congratulations, Red Sox and Astros fans!
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Twitter Mailbag
There is a question about Khris Davis in here. There are far more questions about the 1995 movie "Empire Records."
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Jon Gray intends to be in the best shape of his life in 2019
"I want to have the best offseason of my life, get huge physically," he said.
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Report: Dodgers minor leaguer sexually assaulted hotel maid in 2015
The Dodgers released the player, who later signed with another team
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Reds claim Juan Graterol off waivers from the Twins
The Reds added catching depth on Wednesday, claiming Juan Graterol off waivers from the Twins.
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David Price will start Game 2 for Red Sox
Despite his history of postseason struggles, the Red Sox have elected to start David Price in Game 2 of the ALCS against the Astros.
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Former MLB star Lenny Dykstra indicted for drugs, threats
A grand jury in New Jersey has indicted former baseball star Lenny Dykstra on drug and other charges.
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Nationals acquire reliever Kyle Barraclough from the Marlins
In exchange they're sending Miami international slot money
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Brad Ziegler announces his retirement
Ziegler did not debut until he was 28, but still pitched in 11 big league seasons
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Yankees were too reliant on home runs for offense
The Yankees' dependency on home runs doomed their season as they couldn't solve the Red Sox pitching in the ALDS.
Assessing Yankees' disappointment
Aaron Boone was a problem in the postseason, but he was not the only problem for New York.
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Pitching a major priority for Yankees in offseason
While they could afford the likes of Manny Machado and Bryce Harper, the Yankees need to spend their money on helping their starting rotation, says Michael Kay.
Twins reportedly interviewing David Ross for manager opening
Ross has no coaching or managing experience
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Craig Kimbrel nearly hit by beer can as he leaves bullpen
It looked pretty full, too
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Mike Clevinger loses his cool on Twitter
Hello darkness my old friend
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CC on Hernández: ‘He shouldn’t be anywhere near these games’
CC Sabathia, whose Yankees were eliminated from the postseason on Tuesday night, had plenty to say about umpire Ángel Hernández after the game.
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Red Sox survive tense ninth inning to defeat Yankees 4-3, punch ticket to ALCS
Closer Craig Kimbrel made things tense in the ninth inning of ALDS Game 4, but the Red Sox hung on to beat the Yankees 4-3 and punch their ticket to the ALCS.
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Ryan Pressly defended Roberto Osuna from a heckler
Embattled Astros closer Roberto Osuna was heckled by a fan in Cleveland during ALDS Game 3 on Monday. Teammate Ryan Pressly came to Osuna's defense in a verbal spat caught on video.
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Aníbal Sánchez wants to pitch for at least a couple more seasons
Coming off a strong season with the Braves, free agent 34-year-old Aníbal Sánchez wants to continue pitching for at least a couple more seasons and is open to returning to the Braves.
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Mario Impemba and Rod Allen won’t return as Tigers’ broadcasters
Broadcasters Mario Impemba and Rod Allen got into an altercation in September over a chair in the broadcast booth. They will no longer call Tigers games as a result.
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Red Sox strike first in ALDS Game 4, take 3-0 lead
The Red Sox hung up a three-spot in the third inning to take the lead against the Yankees in Game 4 of the ALDS on Tuesday.
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Lineups for ALDS Game 4 between Red Sox, Yankees
See what changes the Red Sox and Yankees have made to their lineups heading into Game 4 of the ALDS. With a win, the Red Sox advance to the ALCS to face the Astros.
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Ron Darling thinks Andrew Benintendi twice broke baseball’s unwritten rules
TBS broadcaster Ron Darling thinks Red Sox outfielder Andrew Benintendi twice ran afoul of baseball's unwritten rules during a 16-1 rout in Game 3 of the ALDS.
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