1. After Getting Paycheck, Wang Makes Debut

    Left-hander Wei-Chung Wang received his first Major League paycheck on Monday afternoon, and then the Brewers made him earn it.....

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  2. Brewers Offer $4.15 Tickets on Tax Day

    Tax day isn't just about filing your taxes by the IRS deadline. It's also about companies offering freebies and discounts to take advantage of the dollar-focused hoopla on April 15...

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  3. Dodgers-Giants Preview

    With Adrian Gonzalez looking to keep his power surge going, the Los Angeles Dodgers will try to extend a five-game road winning streak in their first away game against the archrival San Francisco Giants this season...

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  4. The Milwaukee Brewers Aggressive Offensive Approach

    The Brewers ' nine-game winning streak was snapped on Monday night at the hands of timely Cardinals hitting and a dominant Lance Lynn performance. A Jhonny Peralta solo homer got St...

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  5. Michael Morse paying off handsomely for San Francisco Giants

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Michael Morse is built like a tight end and has spent nearly a decade going through grueling offseason workouts alongside football players, including 49ers running back Frank Gore...

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  6. Explaining the Brewers' Hot Start, and Why It's Not as Big a Surprise

    The Brewers won just 74 games last year and finished fourth in the five-team National League Central, but two weeks into this season they are off to the best start in the game...

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  7. Lincecum not lone victim of 'ownage'

    Mike Krukow feels for Tim Lincecum and his "Paul Goldschmidt problem." The broadcaster who popularized the term "ownage" was owned himself in the 1980s by Darrell Porter. The Cardinals ' catcher was no Goldschmidt, but he had some pop...

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  8. Giants' Offense Having Fun on and off the Field

    SAN FRANCISCO -- The Giants are demonstrating how teamwork can grow through rivalry. It's friendly rivalry, of course.....

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  9. Pirates, Reds have score to settle in Cincinnati

    The Pirates and the Reds get to sleep on their ongoing slugfest, although the teams' pitchers may lay in bed wide-eyed...

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  10. Halos' Hamilton to start working out Friday

    Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton was back at the ballpark for the first time on Monday, three days after undergoing thumb surgery that's expected to keep him out for six to eight weeks...

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  11. Josh Hamilton Calls Surgery 'Bummer,' Hopes to Be Productive on Return

    Josh Hamilton wasn't just feeling good at the plate when he tore the ulnar collateral ligament and the capsule in his left thumb on a head-first dive into first base in Seattle on ...

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  12. Cincinnati Reds Right-Hander Mat Latos (forearm) Won't Throw for 10-14 Days

    CINCINNATI -- Reds starter Mat Latos was diagnosed with a strained right forearm on Sunday and won't be allowed to throw for 10-14 days...

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  13. Cardinals Activate Ellis off DL; Option Kozma

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  14. Pittsburgh Pirates, Cincinnati Reds Hit 10 Homers Before Game Is Suspended

    Maybe it's good this one got suspended. Gave everybody a chance to dry off a bit, catch their breath and let those unbelievable numbers start to sink in...

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  15. Chicago Chill for Peavy, Pierzynski

    CHICAGO—Good morning from the north end of the Magnificent Mile, where the early risers among the Red Sox awoke to snow on Oak Street Beach, ice on the streets and temperatures in the 20's—baseball weather, Chicago style...

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  16. Albert Pujols pounds his 496th home run

    After pounding his 496th home run, you could feel a little bit of joy for Albert Pujols. Big money or no, the Los Angeles Angels slugger had taken quite a tumble from his days as the game's best ballplayer...

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  17. Rosenthal: Red Sox'€™s Lowball Offer Might Cost Them Lester

    This is looking more and more like left-hander Jon Lester's last season with the Boston Red Sox . The Red Sox's most recent offer to Lester was far below market value -- four years ...

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  18. Reds' Chapman Throws off Mound for 1st Time

    CINCINNATI -- Reds closer Aroldis Chapman threw off a mound on Monday for the first time since he was hit in the forehead by a line drive during spring training...

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  19. Could the Mets Turn to Bobby Abreu in the Outfield?

    Juan Lagaras has been a joy to watch over the first two weeks of the Mets ' season. Curtis Granderson, while ice cold, is established in right. Chris Young is set to return on Friday and is seven-for-seven with two home runs and a 3...

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  20. Yankees Will Call Up John Ryan Murphy from Triple-A

    The Yankees won last night's game against the Red Sox , but they also lost their backup catcher and acting first baseman in Francisco Cervelli to a grade 2 hamstring strain...

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  21. Wheeler Picks Up Slack for Overworked Mets Staff

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  22. Granderson, Lagares injured in Metsvictory

    What outfield? Only hours after manager Terry Collins revealed intent to soon meet with his four main outfielders to discuss plans for playing time, the Mets were left searching for healthy bodies...

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  23. Blue Jays, Twins out to keep momentum going

    The Twins have flourished since removing the target on their backs at Target Field, taking three straight over the Royals for a series sweep to end a nine-game home losing streak that dated back to last season...

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  24. Erratic Deduno Settling into Bullpen Role

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  25. Sandberg Sticks with Hot Hand in Gwynn

    Manager Ryne Sandberg is sticking with the hot hand in center field and at the top of the lineup, which happens to be Tony Gwynn Jr.....

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