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Swanson, Olson go deep vs Scherzer, Braves take NL East lead
Dansby Swanson and Matt Olson homered off Max Scherzer, lifting the Atlanta Braves to a crucial 4-2 victory Saturday night over the New York Mets.
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Charlie Morton, Braves reach 1-year, $20 million deal for 2023
The Atlanta Braves have reached a deal with starting pitcher Charlie Morton on a $20 million, one-year contract for 2023 with a club option in 2024.
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Blue Jays clinch playoff berth with Orioles’ loss to Red Sox
The Blue Jays clinched a postseason berth Thursday without taking the field.
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Pitch clock cut minor league games by 25 minutes to 2:38
Use of pitch clocks cut the average time of minor league games by 25 minutes this year, a reduction MLB hopes is replicated at the major level.
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Rogers confident in Mets finishing strong
Connor Rogers joins Brother from Another to explain why he believes that the New York Mets can close out their season strong vs. the rival Atlanta Braves.
Yankees star Judge hits 61st home run, ties Maris’ AL record
Aaron Judge tied Roger Maris' American League record of 61 home runs in a season, hitting a tiebreaking, two-run drive for the New York Yankees
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Leiter would 'go after' Judge as a pitcher
Dan Patrick welcomes Al Leiter to ask him what his strategy would be for facing Aaron Judge as teams avoid pitching to Judge for fear of giving up a record-breaking home run.
MLB teams avoiding pitching to Judge
MLB teams seem afraid to pitch to Aaron Judge because no player wants to give up No. 61 or No. 62. Michael Holley calls it "ridiculous," while Jim Trotter calls it "cowardly."
Houston’s Yordan Alvarez leaves game with ankle discomfort
Houston slugger Yordan Alvarez left the Astros' game against the Diamondbacks in the fifth inning with left ankle discomfort.
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Biden praises Braves’ ‘unstoppable, joyful run’ to 2021 win
President Joe Biden said the Braves will be "forever known as the upset kings of October" for their improbable 2021 World Series win, as he welcomed the team to the White House for a victory celebration.
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Tyler Glasnow scheduled to rejoin Rays’ rotation
Rays right-hander Tyler Glasnow is scheduled to rejoin the rotation at Cleveland after missing nearly 14 months because of Tommy John surgery.
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Astros rally past Orioles to give Baker milestone 100th win
Yuli Gurriel hit a two-run single to cap a ninth-inning uprising that carried the Houston Astros past the Baltimore Orioles 11-10 Saturday night, giving manager Dusty Baker his milestone 100th win of the...
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White Sox say La Russa will not return to dugout this season
Tony La Russa, who turns 78 on Oct. 4, had "additional testing and medical procedures over the past week," the team said, and doctors have directed the Hall of Famer to stay away from managing for the rest...
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Don Mattingly won’t be back as Marlins manager in 2023
Don Mattingly will not be back as manager of the Marlins next season, he said, announcing that he and team officials have decided a new voice is needed to lead the club going forward.
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Manoah, Merrifield lead Blue Jays to 3-1 win over Rays
Alek Manoah and Whit Merrifield did most of the heavy lifting for the Blue Jays.
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Renfroe homers twice, drives in 5 in Brewers’ rout of Reds
Hunter Renfroe's pair of home runs helped the Brewers pick up a huge win.
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Wright wins 20th, Braves beat Phillies to trim NL East deficit
The Braves end a short losing streak and pick up a game on the Mets.
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Mets ace deGrom tagged, NL East lead cut in 10-4 loss to Athletics
The Athletics smacked Jacob deGrom around.
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Seattle Mariners, RHP Luis Castillo agree to 5-year contract
Castillo was a trade deadline acquisition, and now the Mariners lock him up for the near future.
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Cardinals’ Pujols hits 700th career home run, 4th to reach mark
Pujols becomes the fourth player to reach the milestone.
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Rhys Hoskins homers as Nola, Phillies beat Braves 9-1
Rhys Hoskins and Aaron Nola led the way as the Phillies earned their third straight win.
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McCutchen passes 1,000 career RBIs as Brewers beat Reds 5-3
Andrew McCutchen passed 1,000 RBIs for his career.
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Arozarena 6 RBIs, Rays beat Blue Jays, tie for AL WC lead
The Rays tie the Blue Jays at the top of the Wild Card standings.
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Royals cut Mariners’ lead for last AL wild card to 3 games
The Royals are helping teams looking to hang in the AL Wild Card race.
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Judge stuck at 60 home runs, Yankees beat Red Sox 5-4
The weight of history feels heavier with every swing of Aaron Judge's bat.
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Kremer tosses 4-hitter, Rutschman HR, Orioles blank Astros
The Orioles stay afloat in the race for the AL Wild Card.
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Twins star OF Buxton done for season, set for knee surgery
Byron Buxton is done for the season.
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Dodgers overcome Gallen’s 13 Ks, rally to beat Diamondbacks 3-2
So much for Mookie Betts having the night off. The Los Angeles Dodgers needed his bat in the ninth inning and their All-Star came up big off the bench.
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Bieber wins again as Guardians beat White Sox 4-2 for sweep
The Guardiands finished off the three-game series sweep of the White Sox.
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Judge falls just short of 61, Yankees clinch playoff berth
Josh Donaldson's 10th-inning single clinched the Yankees' sixth straight playoff berth.
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Suárez, Eflin, Alvarado help Phillies shut out Braves
The Phillies got a crucial win on the back of dominant pitching.
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Bradish brilliant as Orioles top Verlander, Astros 2-0
Kyle Bradish outdueled Justin Verlander, taking aperfect game into the sixth inning.
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Wander Franco drives in 3 as Rays beat Blue Jays 10-5
Wander Franco led the way, but plenty of other Rays contributed in a win over the Wild Card-leading Blue Jays.
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Kolten Wong homers 3 times as Brewers beat Reds 5-1
Kolten Wong's career night led the way for the Brewers.
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Seager’s eighth-inning homer pushes Rangers past Angels 5-3
Corey Seager hit a tiebreaking two-run homer in the eighth inning, helping the Texas Rangers top the Los Angeles Angels 5-3 on Thursday.
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Catcher Stephen Vogt retiring after 10 big league seasons
Veteran Oakland Athletics catcher Stephen Vogt will retire after 10 major league seasons and a long, patient road to break into the big leagues at age 27.
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Rodríguez leaves with back tightness, Mariners beat A’s 9-5
Julio Rodriguez doubled and scored before leaving with lower back tightness, and the Seattle Mariners overcame the loss of the rookie center fielder to beat the Oakland Athletics 9-5 on Thursday and avoid a...
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Donovan’s grand slam carries Cardinals over Padres 5-4
Brendan Donovan hit his first career grand slam slam in the seventh inning to lead Albert Pujols and the Cardinals to a 5-4 victory against the San Diego Padres on Thursday, snapping a three-game losing...
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Votto reflects on being a fan in the stands
Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto, who is currently injured and unable to play, joins the Dan Patrick Show to discuss wearing Hall of Famer Barry Larkin's jersey around Great American Ball Park.
Vierling’s RBI single in 10th lifts Phillies past Blue Jays
Matt Vierling had five hits, including the game-winning RBI single in the 10th.
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Astros sweep struggling Rays behind Tucker, McCullers
Houston completed a three-game sweep of Tampa Bay.
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Lyles throws complete game as Orioles beat Tigers 8-1
The Orioles avoided a sweep at the hands of the Tigers and stayed in the race for the final AL Wild Card spot.
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Judge stuck at 60 HRs as Yankees rout Pirates 14-2
Aaron Judge may not have added to his home run tally, but that didn't stop him from producing in other ways.
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Buster Posey ‘thrilled’ as he joins Giants’ ownership group
The Giants great now holds an even greater leadership role in the organization.
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Royals fire longtime front-office executive Dayton Moore
The Kansas City Royals fired longtime executive Dayton Moore on Wednesday, ending the tenure of a general manager and president who took the club from perennial 100-game loser to two World Series and the...
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Meneses’ 8th-inning HR snaps Braves’ 5-game winning streak
Joey Meneses hit a go-ahead, two-run homer off Jesse Chavez in the seventh inning, and the Washington Nationals stopped the Braves' five-game winning streak with a 3-2 victory on Wednesday as Atlanta cost...
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Brosseau slam lifts Brewers 6-0, Mets set hit batter record
Pinch-hitter Mike Brosseau greeted Drew Smith with a grand slam in the pitcher's return from two months on the injured list, and the New York Mets squandered a chance to boost their NL East lead with a 6-0...
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Why DP still wouldn't give Judge a 10-year deal
Aaron Judge is having a season for the ages, but considering his age and injury history, Dan Patrick still would hesitate to break the bank for the Yankees superstar.
Cone: Bonds still the HR king -- with an asterisk
As Aaron Judge slugs his way into the record books, David Cone drops by to debate just who should be regarded as baseball's single-season home run king.
How much would Judge's 60th HR ball be worth?
After Aaron Judge tied Babe Ruth's mark with his 60th home run, Darren Rovell joins the show to break down what the ball would have been worth had it hit the open market.