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Jim Edmonds being tested for coronavirus
Edmonds is a four-time All-Star and currently works as a broadcaster for Fox Sports Midwest.
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Former Astros catcher Evan Gattis tweets picture of ‘Snitches Get Stitches’ Mike Fiers glass
Just in case you were missing messy Astros drama, Evan Gattis stepped up to the plate.
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Baseball Question of the Day: Who’d you think would be a star but wasn’t?
Anyone remember Kevin Coffman? Exactly.
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There will be 29-man rosters when baseball returns
Managers are going to need a lot of fresh arms given all of the weirdness of the schedule
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Today in Baseball History: Cubs get their name
That, and a long, long digression into the history of baseball team nicknames
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Jim Wynn — the Astros’ first star — dies at 78
"The Toy Cannon" was known for his plate patience and his moon shot homers
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And That Happened: Classic!
April 11, 1967: Bob Gibson was dominant, Juan Marichal was not, and your writer journeys to the center of his mind!
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Adam Wainwright donates $250,000 to help Cardinals minor leaguers
Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright donated $250,000 to More Than Baseball, a nonprofit, in order to help minor leaguers in the St. Louis organization.
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Bill Bartholomay, who moved Braves to Atlanta, dies at 91
Former Braves owner Bill Bartholomay, who moved the franchise from Milwaukee to Atlanta in 1966, has died. He was 91 years old.
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Fanatics converts PA factory to manufacture, donate masks and gowns
Fanatics, which manufactures and distributes official MLB uniforms, will be doing the same for masks and gowns to help fight coronavirus (COVID-19).
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Report: MLB draftees will be forced to defer 90 percent of their bonuses
The draft may be cut down to ten rounds as well.
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Today in Baseball History: Fidel Castro, baseball and the Havana Sugar Kings
Did you know that the Reds continued to have a Triple-A team in Havana AFTER the Cuban revolution?
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Making the best of a canceled Opening Day
Share with us your favorite Opening Day memory as we try to get through this as best we can.
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Rob Manfred done with Red Sox probe, hopes to gear back up in May
Commissioner Rob Manfred discusses the potential start to the 2020 season.
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Red Sox sign Yairo Muñoz to minor league contract
The Red Sox signed infielder Yairo Muñoz to a minor league contract on Tuesday. Muñoz was released by the Cardinals earlier this month.
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Best individual pitching performances of 2019
Bill examines eight of the best individual pitching performances of the 2019 season and has them go up against each other bracket-style.
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Baseball Question of the Day: What’s the coolest thing you have ever seen at a ballpark?
Mine was either Madison Bumgarner's epic Game 7 or that drunk guy who took his shirt off and sang that time
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MLB ‘Opening Day at Home’ to broadcast 30 games on Thursday
Better than nothing, right?
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Today in Baseball History: A new car and a batting title scandal
In 1910, Ty Cobb would win the American League batting title. Maybe.
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Mike Trout chips a golf ball into a red Solo cup in his foyer
Trout is keeping himself busy during the pandemic
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Report: Players to get a full year of service time for games in 2020
The players and MLB are also discussing lump-some payments in lieu of contract money and an altered schedule.
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Red Sox close down training complex after minor leaguer tests positive
The team didn't identify the player, but said he was doing well.
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Bracket: Best walkoffs of the 2019 regular season
Continuing the bracket theme, Bill examines eight of the best walkoffs of the 2019 season, bracket-style.
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Noah Syndergaard has torn UCL and will have Tommy John surgery
There's no baseball, but there's still bad news for the New York Mets
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MLB Network to air a marathon of memorable Opening Day games on Thursday
Including the Tuffy Rhodes game against the Mets from 1994!
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Baseball Question of the Day: What is your least-popular baseball opinion?
Caveat: For reasons explained herein, DH opinions do not count.
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ESPN will run a Home Run Derby marathon on ‘Opening Day’
Get your Pete Alonso fix on what would have been Opening Day
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Tokyo Olympics postponed until 2021
A move that seemed inevitable is now official.
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Today in Baseball History: Helene Britton becomes the first woman to own a team
In 1911 her uncle Stanley died and left the St. Louis Cardinals to her.
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In court filings, Astros claim they sincerely apologized for cheating
The Astros suggest they sincerely apologized for their sign-stealing operation in recent court filings. They are being sued by some season-ticket holders.
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Video: Go on a virtual bike ride with Joe Maddon
Angels manager Joe Maddon put on a GoPro and went for a 30-minute bike ride, discussing a wide range of topics including what he was doing in 1979.
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Bracket: Best baseball moments of 2019
Eight of the best moments of the 2019 season go up against each other, bracket-style. Which moment was the best of them all?
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Baseball Question of the Day: What’s your favorite ballpark?
Difficulty: it cannot be the park of your favorite team
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Today in Baseball History: Dodgers commit to Dodgertown
From 1948 through 2008, the Dodgers trained in what was once a revolutionary, and eventually legendary, spring facility
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Ian Kinsler to play for Team Israel in the Olympics
Whenever the Olympics are played, the "greatest Jewish second baseman of all time" will suit up for Team Israel
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Joe Buck is doing play-by-play of people in quarantine
We all have to keep sharp somehow, right?
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Vin Scully: ‘We can fight through this’
A comforting voice is exactly what we need right now. And there is no more comforting a voice in baseball than Scully's
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Marlins Park to be used for drive-thru coronavirus testing
Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Giménez announced that drive-thru testing for coronavirus (COVID-19) will becoming soon to Marlins Park.
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Mariners release reliever Sam Tuivailala
The Mariners surprisingly released reliever Sam Tuivailala over the weekend. Despite a shoulder injury, Tuivailala was expected to handle some late innings.
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Vince Velasquez and why the NL shouldn’t adopt the DH rule
Phillies pitcher Vince Velasquez made two incredible plays out of left field in the 14th and 15th innings against the White Sox last year.
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Mike Trout is now on TikTok
The best player in baseball will now be pumping video content into your TikTok feed.
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Coronavirus could prevent Hanshin Tigers from breaking the Curse of the Colonel
The Hanshin Tigers haven't won a title since 1985, and many attribute it to a curse placed upon the team by Colonel Sanders.
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Red Sox may be aware of sign-stealing investigation findings
A lawyer for the Sox referred to the unreleased findings during a legal hearing held on Friday, according to a report.
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Pair of Padres pitchers undergo Tommy John surgery
Reliever Andres Muñoz and prospect Reggie Lawson both had their elbows operated on.
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Aaron Judge had a collapsed lung in addition to rib fracture
The big right fielder spoke with reporters about his recovery from the rib injury when he revealed that he also suffered the lung issue.
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Fox Sports Detroit to air 2019 Tigers games for some reason
The 2019 Tigers lost 114 games, so I do not know if we can call them "classic" games, friends.
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Baseball Question of the Day: Who was your first favorite player?
Starting today, I'm going to put a question to you, the readers, about the game we love, each and every day.
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