1. Watch: Cain Rips No-Doubt 2-Run HR vs. Twins

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  2. Struggling Gordon to Sit vs. Twins

    Sun In The Morning Lineup: Escobar 6, Moustakas 5, Cain 8, Hosmer 3, Morales DH, Perez 2, Orlando 7, Colon 4, Dyson 9, Vargas 1...

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  3. Stock Up, Stock Down for Chicago White Sox's Top 10 Prospects for Week 2

    The Chicago White Sox farm system is coming on strong. Two years ago, the club's minor league ranks were largely bereft of talent...

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  4. Cy Gibson Strikes Again, Royals Lose First Game 3-1

    Sigh. Cy Gibson strikes again. In a game that galloped along at a frenetic pace (total of 2:26--thanks philofthenorth), Cy Gibson shut down the Royals offense...

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  5. Royals' Bats Go Quiet as Undefeated Streak Ends

    At the base of Target Field's 23-foot high outfield wall, Lorenzo Cain trained his eyes skyward, backpedaled on the warning track and waited for the baseball to return to the field of play...

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  6. Arcia's Home Run Helps Twins Knock off Royals

    Twins manager Paul Molitor tweaked his lineup for the first time in his young managerial career, moving Torii Hunter from fourth to second and Brian Dozier from second to fourth...

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  7. Simon Sensational in 8 Shutout Innings

    PITTSBURGH – They traded zeroes, Detroit Tigers right-hander Alfredo Simon and Pittsburgh Pirates left-hander Francisco Liriano, out-after-out, inning-after-inning until one of them was left standing on the mound blinking...

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  8. Tigers Shut Down Pirates Again in 1-0 Victory

    PITTSBURGH -- Alfredo Simon gave up two hits over eight dominant innings, and the Detroit Tigers beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 1-0 on Wednesday night...

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  9. The 'Recipe for Disaster' That Lead to Rios' Broken Hand

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  10. Anthony Gose Might Be Ready to Hit | FanGraphs Baseball

    Yesterday, against the Pirates , Anthony Gose finished 0-for-3 with two strikeouts. He has, so far, struck out nine times in 23 plate appearances. Let's talk about why he's possibly better...

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  11. Too Soon to Talk Cy Young for Tigers' Greene?

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  12. Castellanos Showing Better Discipline at Plate This Year

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  13. Henning: Soria Makes Case to Remain Closer

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  14. Tigers Set Rotation for Weekend Series

    The Chicago White Sox are not off to a great start, but many expect them to be contenders this season in the American League Central Division.....

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  15. Verlander Has Simulated Game Cut Short After Throwing 45 Pitches

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  16. Efficient Greene Makes History in Dominating Pirates

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  17. Trevor Bauer Has Started the Year off with Nine No-Hit Innings And15K

    In his season debut, Indians starter Trevor Bauer tossed six no-hit innings, but had to leave because he walked too many dudes and threw too many pitches.....

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  18. One Way or Another, the Royals Will Send a Message

    Opponents pitchers 12, Royals pitchers 2: the category is hit batters. One of those hit batters was Alex Rios, now lost to the Royals for several weeks after Twins rookie pitcher J...

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  19. Robin Ventura: White Sox Bullpen Has Different 'Vibe' in 2015

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  20. Abreu, Quintana Lead White Sox Past Indians 4-1

    CLEVELAND -- Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco was struck in the face by a line drive in the first inning and Chicago's Jose Quintana pitched six strong innings, leading the White Sox to a 4-1 win on Tuesday night...

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  21. Greene Goes 8 Strong, Tigers Blank Pirates 2-0

    PITTSBURGH -- Shane Greene pitched eight strong innings and the Detroit Tigers bounced back from their first loss of the season with a 2-0 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday night...

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  22. Abreu's Solo Home Run

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  23. Carlos Carrasco Injury: Updates on Indians SP's Status After Line Drive to Head

    Carlos Carrasco had to leave the Cleveland Indians ' game against the visiting Chicago White Sox on April 14 after being struck in the face by a line drive off the bat of Sox outfielder Melky Cabrera in the top of the first inning...

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  24. Indians' Carrasco Leaves Game Tuesday After Being Hit by Comebacker

    Cleveland Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco was removed from Tuesday's game in the first inning after being hit in the head with a comebacker...

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  25. 3 Biggest Takeaways for the Cleveland Indians Following MLB Opening Week

    It's only six games! It's such a small sample size! Don't care. Well, I mean, I do care, but there's always something you can take away from a couple of games, or one game, or one at-bat even...

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