1. Will Suspensions Give Top CHW Prospect Rodon a Start?

    CHICAGO – The benefactor from Friday's fight between the Kansas City Royals and Chicago White Sox , if there can be one, could end up being White Sox rookie pitcher Carlos Rodon...

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  2. The BlueJays Have Give LHP Ricky Romero His Release

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  3. Matt Albers Headed to DL with Finger Injury Suffered in Benches-Clearing Brawl

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  4. Bauer a Late Scratch in Detroit Due to Illness

    DETROIT -- The Indians were forced to make a last-minute adjustment to their rotation on Saturday after right-hander Trevor Bauer was unable to get through his warmup routine...

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  5. Albers Injured Finger During Brawl, Lands on DL

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  6. Ben Zobrist Injury: Updates on A's Star's Knee and Return

    The Oakland Athletics have had a surprisingly strong start at the plate this season, but they will be without one of their top offensive contributors in Ben Zobrist after it was ...

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  7. Trevor Bauer Scratched Today vs. Tigers Due to Illness

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  8. Royals vs. White Sox Brawl Results in Multiple Suspensions, MLB Announces

    After a brawl between the Kansas City Royals and Chicago White Sox resulted in five ejections during Thursday night's American League Central clash, Major League Baseball announced Saturday that it has suspended six players...

    Mike  Chiari Written by Mike Chiari about 2 days ago 68,904 reads 218 comments

  9. MLB Doles Out Punishment for KC-CHW, Ventura Gets 7 Gms

    Seven players have received discipline for their roles in the on-field incident in the bottom of the seventh inning of Thursday's game between the Kansas City Royals and the Chicago White Sox at U...

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  10. Washington Nationals Rookies Wear Pink Backpacks to the Bullpen

    It has become a tradition for rookies to wear pink backpacks as a rite of passage to becoming a big leaguer. Washington Nationals newbies are no different...

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  11. MLB Doles out Punishment for KC-CHW, Ventura Gets 7 Gms

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  12. Price: Cingrani's Time 'Has Come'

    Tony Cingrani, mostly the missing man in the Reds ' bullpen, is about to emerge. Cingrani has not pitched since April 13. He's logged a total of 3 1/3 innings in the 17 games...

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  13. Stock Up, Stock Down on MLB's Elite Upcoming Free-Agent Pitching Class

    This past offseason saw plenty of pitchers cash in on the free-agent market, but the upcoming class of free-agent arms could be the best we've seen in a long time...

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  14. Biggest Takeaways from Week 3's MLB Action

    Each week of baseball's regular season brings any number of fascinating news, noteworthy developments and/or curious behavior...

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  15. John Farrell Calls Strike Zone 'Horrific' After Red Sox Win

    BALTIMORE -- It started out with Red Sox manager John Farrell explaining a curious sequence in the seventh inning Friday night in which plate umpire Dana DeMuth called a ball on Red ...

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  16. White Sox-Royals Postponed Due to Rain

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  17. White Sox-Royals Postponed Due to Rain

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  18. Dusty Baker, Who Was Considered for D-Backs Job, Wants to Manage Again

    Dusty Baker had one early conversation when Dave Stewart called to let him know Stewart might have a chance to become Diamondbacks GM and that he may consider him for the manager role should he get the the job...

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  19. Fix Ideas for MLB's Biggest Lineup, Rotation Concerns

    If we didn't freak out about our favorite team's performance three weeks into the regular season, can we really claim to be fans? Luckily for you, we're here to think of some ideas to help fix your squad's biggest problems...

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  20. Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Strategy, Primer for April 25

    With few aces in action on Saturday, we could be in for some high-scoring baseball games and a wild day in daily fantasy...

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  21. 10 MLB Players Who Were Hyped Too Early for 2015

    If baseball is America's favorite pastime, our second -favorite pastime might be predicting which players are going to be breakout stars in a new season. Sometimes, we're right on the money with our predictions...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 2 days ago 57,481 reads 89 comments

  22. Rodriguez Solid in Debut, but Rangers Lose 3-2 to Angels

    Wandy Rodriguez gave the Texas Rangers exactly what they were looking for in his first American League start. He pitched long enough to hand a lead over to the bullpen before rookie Keone Kela made a costly mistake...

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  23. Garrett Richards Picks Up His First Win of Season for Los Angeles Angels

    Garrett Richards didn't just make a quality start Friday night against the Texas Rangers ; he was good enough to get the win. The Angels ' starting pitcher was back on the Angel Stadium mound for the first time since last August...

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  24. Dodgers' Losing Streak Ends as Roster Machinations Continue

    As Yasiel Puig extended his right leg in a futile attempt to beat a throw to first base in the sixth inning of a 3-0 victory over the San Diego Padres Friday night, he felt something in his left hamstring...

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  25. Zack Greinke Relaxed, Pitching at High Level for Los Angeles Dodgers

    Remember when the Los Angeles Dodgers were still courting Zack Greinke three winters ago and people kept wondering how comfortable he would be pitching in the nation's second-largest ...

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