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Video: Ramon Torres hits little league home run in first at-bat of season
Ramon Torres, in his first at-bat of the 2018 season, hit a little league home run thanks to a misplay in center field by Delino DeShields.
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Nathan Eovaldi to make season debut for Rays soon
Nathan Eovaldi will make his first start in the majors since 2016 either on Monday or Tuesday.
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Rays to start relievers in all three games of weekend series with Orioles
The Rays will continue to use their strategy of starting a game with a reliever before going to their "starter."
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Is Crawford's hot streak sustainable?
Brandon Crawford may be the hottest hitter on the planet, but there are reasons to believe he won't be able to sustain that level of success for the rest of the season.
Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna could draw ‘significant ban’ for assault allegations
It sounds like Osuna could be facing a suspension of at least 20-25 games, given the precedent.
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Twins activate Miguel Sano off disabled list
Sano had six hits -- including two home runs -- in five minor league rehab games.
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It's time to add Nate Jones from waiver wire
White Sox reliever Nate Jones, Yankees OF Aaron Hicks and Cardinals OF Tyler O'Neill are just a few of the waiver wire guys Rotoworld's DJ Short is a fan of.
Shohei Ohtani no longer facing Masahiro Tanaka on Sunday at Yankee Stadium
This decision will rob us, and the Japanese media, of a showdown between Shohei Ohtani and Masahiro Tanaka.
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And That Happened: Wednesday’s Scores and Highlights
The Brewers, at 31-19, have the National League's best record after dismantling the Diamondbacks to open their homestand.
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Report: Welington Castillo to be suspended 80 games for violating Joint Drug Agreement
White Sox catcher Welington Castillo will reportedly be suspended 80 games for violating baseball's Joint Drug Agreement.
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Mookie Betts and J.D. Martinez don’t have any interest in participating in the Home Run Derby, either
Red Sox sluggers Mookie Betts and J.D. Martinez aren't going to participate in the Home Run Derby either, joining Yankees masher Aaron Judge on the sideline.
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Video: Aaron Judge destroys a baseball
Aaron Judge hit a 471-foot two-run homer on Wednesday night against the Rangers. That's far.
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Marcell Ozuna scratched from Cardinals lineup because he overslept
Cardinals outfielder Marcell Ozuna overslept and was a late scratch from Wednesday afternoon's starting lineup against the Royals.
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Lenny Dykstra arrested for allegedly threatening Uber driver
Former Mets and Phillies outfielder Lenny Dykstra was arrested early Wednesday morning after he allegedly threatened to kill his Uber driver.
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Aaron Judge says ‘there is no need’ to participate in 2018 Home Run Derby
It sounds like Yankees slugger Aaron Judge won't defend his Home Run Derby title during the All-Star festivities at Nationals Park in July.
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Astros place Josh Reddick on disabled list due to leg infection
Astros outfielder Josh Reddick is battling a leg infection and has been placed on the 10-day disabled list as a result.
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Yadier Molina resumes light workouts
It appears the eight-time Gold Glove Award winner could be ready sometime next month.
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Brian Dozier’s shot to center gets stuck in wall at Target Field
This isn't the first wall-sticker for Dozier.
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Rays starter Jake Faria lands on disabled list with left oblique strain
Jake Faria made a third-inning exit from his start Tuesday night against the Red Sox, shortly after allowing three-run homer to Mookie Betts, and the Rays have now placed the 24-year-old right-hander on the...
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Michael Pineda throws off mound for first time since Tommy John surgery
The Twins signed Pineda to a two-year, $10 million contract this winter, with an eye toward 2019.
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Khris Davis diagnosed with Grade 1 right groin strain
Khris Davis is headed to the disabled list with a strained right groin.
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And That Happened: Tuesday’s Scores and Highlights
Michael Taylor threw a runner out at the plate and doubled in the game-winning run to help the Nationals take down the Padres on Tuesday night.
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Brandon Crawford homers off brother-in-law Gerrit Cole
Brandon Crawford was 4-for-18 with four singles in his career against brother-in-law Gerrit Cole. He finally took Cole deep on Tuesday.
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Video: Willy Adames takes Chris Sale yard for first major league homer
Rays shortstop prospect Willy Adames took Chris Sale yard for his first major league home run on Tuesday night.
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Jake Faria, Wilson Ramos exit Tuesday’s game with apparent injuries
The Rays lost both ends of their battery in the third inning of Tuesday night's game against the Red Sox.
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Blake Wood has a damaged UCL
An MRI revealed that Angels reliever Blake Wood has a damaged UCL. Tommy John surgery is a possibility.
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Steven Souza, Jr. lands back on the disabled list
The Diamondbacks' outfield gets thinner as Steven Souza, Jr. heads back to the disabled list with a strained right pectoral muscle.
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Mets sign Jose Bautista to a major league deal
The Mets are reportedly close to a deal with veteran Jose Bautista.
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Why are the Mets keeping Jose Reyes around?
Jose Reyes has a .367 OPS and yet the Mets have no plans to get rid of him anytime soon.
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The Rays are calling up shortstop prospect Willy Adames
Acquired as part of the David Price deal, the 22-year-old Adames was batting .311/.387/.466 with four homers through 40 games in Triple-A this season.
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Dee Gordon placed on disabled list with fractured toe
The Mariners are down two second basemen in the span of one week.
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Twins designate Phil Hughes for assignment
Hughes owns a 5.99 ERA since the start of 2016.
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And That Happened: Monday’s Scores and Highlights
The Yankees and Rangers combined for eight home runs on Monday. Two of them were hit by Gleyber Torres off of Bartolo Colon, who's more than twice his age.
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21-year-old Gleyber Torres homers twice off of 44-year-old Bartolo Colon
21-year-old Gleyber Torres twice won the battle against 44-year-old Bartolo Colon. So much for respecting one's elders.
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Astros release Jon Singleton
Former top prospect Jonathan Singleton has been released by the Astros. He was suspended back in January after testing positive for a third time for a drug of abuse.
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Video: 19-year-old Juan Soto hits first major league home run
Nationals 19-year-old outfielder Juan Soto hit his first major league home run on Monday, a three-run shot to the opposite field against the Padres.
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Report: Mets interested in Jose Bautista
The Mets are reportedly interested in signing free agent Jose Bautista, who was released by the Braves on Sunday.
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Phillies pause Jerad Eickhoff’s rehab
Jerad Eickhoff had a setback in his most recent rehab start, so the Phillies paused it and will evaluate him further.
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MLB extends Roberto Osuna’s administrative leave again
Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna has been on administrative leave since he was charged with assaulting a woman two weeks ago. His leave has been extended for a second time while MLB investigates.
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“Bullpenning” creates a serious labor issue
The Rays' unconventional use of relievers could have a major impact on those players' earning potential.
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Kendrys Morales pitched a scoreless inning Sunday
Designated hitter? Not so much.
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Tim Collins is back in the majors after two Tommy John surgeries
Collins hasn't pitched in the majors since 2014.
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And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
The Braves plated six runs in the bottom of the ninth to walk off 10-9 winners against the Marlins, marking their largest comeback in the ninth in exactly eight years.
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Zack Cozart thinks the way the Rays have been using Sergio Romo is bad for baseball
Angels third baseman Zack Cozart isn't a fan of the Rays starting reliever Sergio Romo in back-to-back games over the weekend.
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Jordan Hicks throws 105 MPH twice against Phillies
Cardinals reliever Jordan Hicks threw a pair of 105 MPH pitches during Sunday's win over the Phillies.
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Odubel Herrera’s on-base streak ends at 45 games
Phillies outfielder Odubel Herrera went 0-for-4 against the Cardinals on Sunday, ending his on-base streak at 45 consecutive games.
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Braves, trailing by five runs, score six runs in bottom of the ninth to walk off winners
The Braves rallied from five runs down with two outs in the ninth inning to steal a 10-9 victory from the Marlins on Sunday.
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Clay Buchholz makes first major league start in over a year
Clay Buchholz started on Sunday for the D-Backs, making his first major league start since April 11 last year with the Phillies.
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Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. goes 4-for-4 with walk-off homer in first game of Double-A doubleheader
Blue Jays third base prospect Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. stayed red-hot, going 4-for-4 with a walk-off homer in the front end of Sunday's doubleheader at Double-A.
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