1. Mookie Betts' Walkoff Single Leads Red Sox to Come-from-Behind Win

    Monday night's Red Sox game might be a glimpse into what most games will be like for the rest of the season...

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  2. Sandoval (Neck) Leaves Early vs. Blue Jays

    Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval exited Monday's series opener after appearing to injure his neck while making a diving grab in the fourth inning...

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  3. Sandoval (Neck) Leaves Early vs. Blue Jays

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  4. The Orioles Are Scheduled to Play Tonight Amid Protests in Baltimore

    The Orioles are scheduled to play a home game against the Chicago White Sox on Monday night amid protests in the city of Baltimore, according to MASN...

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  5. Napoli (Illness) Sitting Monday vs. Blue Jays

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  6. Red Sox Recall RHP Wright, Option Hembree

    #RedSox today recalled RHP Steven Wright from Triple-A Pawtucket. To make room on 25-man roster, RHP Heath Hembree optioned to Pawtucket...

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  7. Early Grades for All of the Baltimore Orioles' Offseason Acquisitions

    With three weeks of the regular season now in the books, it's becoming evident that this could be one heck of a roller-coaster season for the Baltimore Orioles ...

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  8. Archer Notches 4th Straight Start Without Allowing an Earned Run

    Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Chris Archer tossed seven shutout innings during Sunday's 5-1 win over the Toronto Blue Jays , setting a franchise record by going a fourth consecutive start without allowing an earned run, per ESPN Stats & Info ...

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  9. Baltimore Orioles Exec Offers Eloquent Defense of Freddie Gray Protests

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  10. Alex Rodriguez Wonders How The Yankees Will Celebrate His Next Home Run

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  11. Why A-Rod Passing Mays in Boston Would Be Absolutely Ideal

    A simple request to the baseball gods, from whom I haven't asked a darn thing since the time Orlando “El Duque” Hernandez threw his entire glove (with the ball inside) to ...

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  12. How Michael Kay Will Call A-Rod's 660th Home Run

    Calling a historic moment is one of the reasons announcers get into the business, but things are never simple when it comes to Alex Rodriguez and the Yankees ...

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  13. The Mysterious Start to Xander Bogaerts' Season

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  14. Red Sox Want to Find More Players Like Brock Holt

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  15. Sox Recall Reliever Heath Hembree, Option Matt Barnes

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  16. Rodriguez Homers as Yankees Take Subway Series Rubber Game from Mets

    A day after Matt Harvey shined in the Subway Series, the Yankees ' biggest star – whether the club likes it or not – struck back.....

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  17. Yankees Not Quite as Awful as Mets, Take Subway Series

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  18. Bats Don't Help Buehrle This Time as Rays Sweep Jays

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  19. Blue Jays Swept, Outclassed by Rays

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  20. Chris Archer leads first-place Rays to sweep of Blue Jays

    The Rays looked every bit like the first-place team they are Sunday, using a powerful offense and another dominant start by Chris Archer to earn a 5-1 win over the Blue Jays at Tropicana Field...

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  21. Archer Extends Streak of Zeroes in Rays Win over Blue Jays

    Chris Archer pitched two-hit ball in seven scoreless innings and Brandon Guyer drove in four runs Sunday as the Tampa Bay Rays won their fifth straight, 5-1 over the Toronto Blue Jays ...

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  22. Jacoby Ellsbury Injury: Updates on Yankees Star's Hip and Return

    The New York Yankees offense is going to go as Jacoby Ellsbury does in 2015. He's a unique talent at the top of a lineup, but injuries are starting to pop back up for the 31-year-old ...

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  23. Ellsbury (Hip) Sitting in Finale vs. Mets

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  24. Orioles Beat Red Sox, 18-7, Win Series

    Orioles manager Buck Showalter always contends that momentum is only as good as the next game's starting pitching and that one positive moment doesn't necessarily spur a productive run in baseball...

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  25. Rotation Struggles Continue as Orioles Win 18-7

    Those clamoring for the Boston Red Sox to acquire starting pitching help will use Sunday afternoon's drubbing as Exhibit A. Read more at: http://nesn...

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