1. Cubs' Arrieta Throws 2nd No-Hitter in Span of 11 Starts

    Chicago Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta tossed a no-hitter in Thursday's 16-0 win over the Cincinnati Reds , becoming just the second player ever to throw a pair of no-hitters without taking any losses in the time between, per ESPN Stats & Info ...

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  2. Dodgers, Reds Joke About Jake Arrieta No-No Support Group on Twitter

    Chicago Cubs ace Jake Arrieta tossed his second career no-hitter Thursday, holding the Cincinnati Reds to just four walks in a 16-0 rout...

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  3. Barry Bonds Returns to San Francisco in New Uniform, Embracing Coaching Life

    Barry Bonds needed San Francisco , back when he didn't really have anywhere else. He needed San Francisco, because nobody should have to deal with being hated everywhere...

    Danny Knobler Written by Danny Knobler about 1 month ago 18,953 reads 41 comments

  4. Jake Arrieta's 2nd Career No-No Cements His Status as Baseball's Best Pitcher

    There were doubters — critics and naysayers who said Jake Arrieta was destined for regression after his otherworldly 2015 campaign...

    Jacob Shafer Written by Jacob Shafer about 1 month ago 35,627 reads 241 comments

  5. Braves Players Reportedly May Complain to MLBPA Regarding Turner Field Infield

    Atlanta Braves players are reportedly considering filing a complaint to the MLB Players Association about the infield at Turner Field as a means of forcing their club to improve the current conditions...

    Matt Fitzgerald Written by Matt Fitzgerald about 1 month ago 31,202 reads 32 comments

  6. Jayson Werth Injury: Updates on Nationals OF's Hamstring and Return

    Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth was held out of the lineup against the Miami Marlins on Thursday after suffering a hamstring injury Wednesday night. However, he has been cleared to return...

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  7. Victor Martinez Becomes 280th Player with 1,000 Career RBI

    Detroit Tigers designated hitter Victor Martinez recorded the 1,000th RBI of his career during Wednesday's 3-2 win over the Kansas City Royals , and it made him the 280th player to reach the milestone, per Baseball-Reference...

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  8. Cold Hard Fact for Thursday, April 21, 2016

    Fact: Victor Martinez is the fifth Venezuelan-born player in MLB history with 1,000 RBI. He joins Miguel Cabrera, Andres Galarraga , Bobby Abreu and Magglio Ordonez...

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  9. Lance McCullers Must Create Deadly 1-2 Punch with Keuchel to Drive Astros

    The Houston Astros are missing something, but it's hard to put a finger on it... Wait, no. There it is. Clearly, what they need is a healthy Lance McCullers ...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 1 month ago 3,903 reads 1 comments

  10. Jordan Zimmermann Proving to Be a $110 Million Godsend for Tigers Rotation

    The Detroit Tigers ' response to a last-place finish in the AL Central last year was to cast a wide net in the offseason. A few trades and $270 million in free-agent contracts later, it brought back many new toys...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 1 month ago 6,245 reads 18 comments

  11. Yankees' Aaron Hicks Unloads Record-Breaking 105 MPH Throw for Run-Saving Out

    Sports, although inherently competitive, are occasionally sprinkled with no-win scenarios. Trying to outrun the fastest outfield throw ever recorded in baseball is one of them...

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  12. Chris Sale's Next-Level Play Has White Sox Among MLB's Early Surprises

    The Chicago White Sox always used to thrive on turmoil, and maybe they still do. Or maybe it's just that Chris Sale is really this good...

    Danny Knobler Written by Danny Knobler about 1 month ago 7,728 reads 32 comments

  13. Cardinals' Randal Grichuk Snatches Anthony Rizzo's Would-Be Home Run

    The St. Louis Cardinals giveth, and the St. Louis Cardinals taketh away. When the Chicago Cubs ' Anthony Rizzo got the better of pitcher Carlos Martinez, smashing what would ...

    Vanessa de Beaumont Written by Vanessa de Beaumont about 1 month ago 2,617 reads 5 comments

  14. Mark McGwire Manages for 1st Time Following Andy Green Ejection

    Following the ejection of San Diego Padres manager Andy Green, former single-season home run king Mark McGwire served as an acting manager Tuesday night for the first time in his major league coaching career...

    Mike  Chiari Written by Mike Chiari about 1 month ago 4,855 reads 5 comments

  15. MLB, Braves Sued by Family of Man That Died from Fall at Turner Field

    The family of a 60-year-old man who fell 40 feet to his death at Turner Field last year filed a lawsuit against the Atlanta Braves and Major League Baseball Tuesday...

    Mike  Chiari Written by Mike Chiari about 1 month ago 14,116 reads 33 comments

  16. Early Signs Signal Yasiel Puig Is Headed for the Year We've Been Waiting For

    Yasiel Puig ignited millions of imaginations when he first broke into the majors in 2013. With all his speed, power and energy, surely there would come a season when he would do it all...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 1 month ago 19,517 reads 27 comments

  17. Phillies' Dominant Young Rotation Could Be Catalyst for Surprise Year

    Watch your backs, opposing hitters. There's a gang of gunslingers in the National League East, and they've got their sights aimed at you...

    Jacob Shafer Written by Jacob Shafer about 1 month ago 10,255 reads 30 comments

  18. Adam Jones Illness: Updates on Orioles OF's Status and Return

    Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones is dealing with a stomach virus that forced him to leave Tuesday's game against the Toronto Blue Jays . Continue for updates. Jones Active vs...

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  19. Bryce Harper Becoming Even Better Hitter in 2016 Than Historic MVP Season

    Anyone who came into the season thinking Bryce Harper couldn't possibly improve on his superstar-making 2015 season should know this: Harper's 2016 self is making his 2015 self look like a chump...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 1 month ago 40,065 reads 75 comments

  20. Padres Single-A Affiliate to Host Home Run Derby on Retired Aircraft Carrier

    It's about time someone held a home run derby on a historic aircraft carrier. The Lake Elsinore Storm will be the first to do so this summer on the USS Midway in the Port of San Diego...

    Thomas Duffy Written by Thomas Duffy about 1 month ago 62,716 reads 7 comments

  21. Joe Kelly Injury: Updates on Red Sox SP's Shoulder and Return

    Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Joe Kelly was removed from April 19's start against the Tampa Bay Rays because of a shoulder injury. He was placed on the disabled list; however, he's ready to return...

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  22. Story Records Most Home Runs Through 13 Career Games Since 1900

    Colorado Rockies shortstop Trevor Story smacked yet another home run during Monday's 5-1 win over the Cincinnati Reds , giving him eight homers through the first 13 games of his ...

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  23. Noah Syndergaard's Pitch Left an Imprint of Necklace on Catcher's Chest

    Noah Syndergaard can throw really hard. Just ask his catcher. The New York Mets pitcher dropped the hammer of Thor during the team's 5-2 win over the Philadelphia Phillies ...

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  24. Rangers Star Rookie Nomar Mazara Looks Ready to Live Up to All the Hype

    It's not a set-in-stone rule or anything, but it sure seems like a Major League Baseball season can't qualify as modern unless at least one top-ranked hitting prospect takes the league by storm...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 1 month ago 13,518 reads 17 comments

  25. Cubs' Dynamic Offense Going Strong Despite the Loss of Kyle Schwarber

    When Chicago Cubs slugger Kyle Schwarber tore his ACL and LCL on April 7 after colliding in the outfield with Dexter Fowler, it wouldn’t have been a surprise if a few fans reached for a defibrillator...

    Seth Gruen Written by Seth Gruen about 1 month ago 6,912 reads 19 comments