1. Top MLB Prospect Call-Up Radar Report, Week 21

    The 2014 season has seen a number of notable prospects receive call-ups to the major leagues. Even with the final month approaching, there will be more to come—and soon. September brings with it expansion to 40-man rosters...

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  2. Breaking Down the Top September Call-Up Candidates at Every Position

    The expansion of the active roster from 25 to 40 players on September 1 means something different to every team...

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  3. Better Know Your Organization: Drew Storen Takes the Nationals/Expos Quiz

    The Nationals have plenty of tests to pass as they aim to return to the postseason. So here's a tip: If they can follow ace student Drew Storen with the No. 2 pencil, consider them October favorites...

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  4. A Look Inside Baseball's Ever-Evolving Stimulant Culture

    In the early days of my playing career, I thought having a big league rehabber join our minor league club was a good thing. I guess that in some cases it was, seeing as how he usually bought us food after the game he played in...

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  5. Martinez Crushes Slam, Rick Porcello Tosses Three-Hit Shutout in Tampa

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Rick Porcello entered this season having never pitched a complete game in his six-year career. He's now done it three times this season. .....

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  6. DET 6, TB 0: Rick Porcello Complete Game Shutout Stymies Rays

    Rick Porcello sifted the Rays lineup well, allowing just one hit through the first 21 outs. The single was a pitch low and away that Zobrist reached for and kept fair up the left field line...

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  7. Nolasco Rocky Early, Twins' Bats Go Silent Throughout Loss

    The Twins began this series 5-for-5 with five runs scored. They were a juggernaut for about 15 minutes. .....

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  8. Twins Can't Beat House, Lose 5-0

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  9. Tribe Pitching Staff Shines in Six-Hit Shutout; Indians 5, Twins 0

    Coming off their comeback win against the Twins Tuesday night, during a time when every game counts more than the last, the Indians sought to make it to two in a row as T.J. House took the mound against Ricky Nolasco...

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  10. Indians Blank Twins, 5-0, on Six-Hitter by T.J. House, Bullpen

    MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – The last time T.J. House took the mound, rain interrupted his attempt to win his second game in the big leagues. .....

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  11. Singles Night in the Bronx Sees Astros Knock off Yankees

    NEW YORK – There might not be a team more flabbergasted by the Astros than the New York Yankees . Baseball's once mightiest can't do much of anything against baseball's thriftiest...

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  12. Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock: Clock Is Running out on Mediocre Yankees

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  13. Yankees Bullpen, Lineup Can't Help Michael Pineda in 5-2 Loss to Astros

    The Yankees were hoping to surge back into the playoff race this week by taking advantage of a soft schedule and the comfortable surroundings of their home ballpark. .....

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  14. David Price Must Be the Ace in Detroit Tigers' Playoff Chances

    David Price was supposed to be icing, the finishing piece of Detroit’s Super Quad. This was a trio of Cy Young Award winners and a reigning ERA champ expected to bury the ...

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  15. Rapid Reaction: Astros 5, Yankees 2

    NEW YORK -- The Yankees are on the verge of being swept by the Houston Astros . In a season filled with some lows, a loss Thursday could be the lowest. .....

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  16. MLB's All-Offseason Acquisition Bust Team for 2014

    Sometimes the best moves are the ones you don't make. That certainly would have been sound advice for the general managers who signed and traded for the players who populate the roster on the MLB All-Offseason Bust Team for 2014...

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  17. Wei-Yin Chen, Three Home Runs Power Orioles to 4-3 Win over White Sox

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  18. Nationals Win 9th in Row, Nip D-Backs in 9th

    Bryce Harper has a suggestion for those looking for the perfect word to describe the Washington Nationals ' recent run of walk-off victories and nine straight wins overall...

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  19. Padres Beat Dodgers 4-1 to End 2-Game Skid

    LOS ANGELES -- Alexi Amarista had two hits and drove in a run, Eric Stults combined with three relievers on a six-hitter and the San Diego Padres defeated the NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers 4-1 on Wednesday night...

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  20. Toronto Blue Jays Need to Turn Around August Struggles in Order to Contend

    The Toronto Blue Jays have struggled lately, going 5-12 during the month of August. As a result, Toronto (65-62) has now fallen nine games behind the Baltimore Orioles for the top spot in the American League East...

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  21. One Defensive Misfire Derails the Royals in Colorado

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  22. McBride Slams Rockies over Royals

    Denver, CO (SportsNetwork.com) - Matt McBride's first career grand slam propelled the Colorado Rockies to a 5-2 win over the Kansas City Royals in the finale of a two-game set on Wednesday...

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  23. Red Sox Notebook: Rusney Castillo Part of Shuffle?

    While Jackie Bradley Jr. is overhauling his swing in Triple A and Mookie Betts is honing his defense in the big leagues, the momentary Red Sox changing of the guard in center field prompts a reasonable follow-up question...

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  24. Stock Up, Stock Down for Baltimore O's Top 10 Prospects for August 11-17

    The Baltimore Orioles currently hold an 8.5-game lead in the AL East. Let that sink in, Orioles fans. With the month of August drawing to an end, teams are looking at what players ...

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  25. Garrett Richards' Injury Casts Dark Cloud over Angels' Title Hopes

    Garrett Richards was already Plan C. So watching him being taken off the Fenway Park diamond on a stretcher left the Los Angeles Angels scrambling for answers Wednesday night...

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