1. Former MLB Umpire Steve Palermo Dies at Age 67

    Former Major League Baseball umpire Steve Palermo has died at the age of 67. ESPN.com reported the news Sunday and noted Palermo—who made his American League debut in 1976—"had been ill with cancer...

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  2. Bryce Harper Is the Only Player with Multiple Walk-Off Home Runs This Season

    Fact: Bryce Harper hit his second walk-off home run of the season in the Nationals ' 6-4 win over the Phillies on Saturday, making him the only player with multiple walk-off home runs this season...

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  3. Yankees Place Aroldis Chapman on 10-Day DL Due to Shoulder Injury

    New York Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman has been placed on the 10-day disabled list with left shoulder rotator cuff inflammation...

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  4. Bryce Harper on Walk-Off HR vs. Phillies: 'Just Trying to Be Like John Wall'

    Bryce Harper paid tribute to a fellow Washington, D.C., superstar Saturday night after he mashed a walk-off home run to hand the Washington Nationals a 6-4 win over the Philadelphia Phillies ...

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  5. Bryce Harper Hits Walk-Off Home Run against Philadelphia Phillies

    Another day, another walk-off for Bryce Harper against the Philadelphia Phillies . After having achieved the feat April 16, the Washington outfielder did it again, hitting the ...

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  6. Joe Maddon, Jon Lester Rip MLB's Slide Rule After Ian Happ Double-Play Call

    Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon and starting pitcher Jon Lester criticized Major League Baseball's slide rule after Ian Happ was called for an illegal slide at second base vs...

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  7. Squirrel Runs Amok on Progressive Field, Pauses Indians-Twins Game

    Way to steal the spotlight! The action in Saturday's Cleveland Indians - Minnesota Twins matchup took a back seat when a squirrel ran onto Progressive Field in the sixth inning...

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  8. Jeurys Familia Can Throw in 6 Weeks After Surgery to Remove Shoulder Blood Clot

    The New York Mets announced Saturday that closer Jeurys Familia will be able to resume throwing in six weeks after undergoing surgery to remove a blood clot in his shoulder...

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  9. Keith Law MLB Mock Draft 2017: Notable Picks from ESPN Guru's 1st Mock

    The 2017 Major League Baseball draft begins on June 12, leaving all 30 teams with just four weeks left to prepare their big boards...

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  10. Derek Jeter Praises Aaron Judge to Jimmy Fallon During 'Tonight Show'

    New York Yankees rookie outfielder Aaron Judge has taken Major League Baseball by storm this season, and he received a strong endorsement from Yankees legend Derek Jeter on Friday...

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  11. Michael Jordan Praises Derek Jeter in Letter on The Players' Tribune

    Michael Jordan penned a congratulatory letter to Derek Jeter that was published by The Players' Tribune on Saturday in advance of the Bronx Bomber's jersey retirement ceremony scheduled to take place Sunday evening...

    Alec Nathan Written by Alec Nathan about 16 days ago 10,979 reads 0 comments

  12. Bryce Harper, Nationals Agree to 1-Year, $21.65 Million Contract

    The Washington Nationals and superstar outfielder Bryce Harper reached an agreement Saturday on a one-year deal worth $21.65 million for the 2018 season. Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post first reported the news...

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  13. Ian Happ, No. 2 Prospect in Cubs' Minor League System, Called Up to Majors

    The Chicago Cubs recalled prospect Ian Happ from the Triple-A Iowa Cubs and inserted him in Saturday's lineup as the starting right fielder against the National League Central rival St...

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  14. Madison Bumgarner Reportedly Could Return in August to Pitch for Giants

    The San Francisco Giants may have to wait a little longer for the return of starting pitcher Madison Bumgarner , who's now slated to return in early August from a shoulder sprain...

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  15. Chris Iannetta Sent to Hospital After Getting Hit in the Face by Pitch

    Arizona Diamondbacks catcher Chris Iannetta was sent to the hospital after being hit in the face by a pitch during Friday's win over the Pittsburgh Pirates at Chase Field. MLB ...

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  16. Hisashi Iwakuma Reportedly Out 4-6 Weeks Due to Shoulder Injury

    Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma will miss four to six weeks because of a shoulder injury. On Saturday, MLB .com's Greg Johns reported the team placed Iwakuma on the disabled list with right shoulder inflammation...

    Mike  Chiari Written by Mike Chiari about 16 days ago 576 reads 0 comments

  17. Kris Bryant Out vs. Cardinals Due to Illness, Will Not Play Saturday

    Chicago Cubs star Kris Bryant did not play Friday against the St. Louis Cardinals due to a stomach illness. Manager Joe Maddon said he will also miss Saturday's game, per Patrick Mooney of CSN Chicago...

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  18. Former MLB All-Star Doug DeCinces Convicted of Insider Stock Trading

    Former Baltimore Orioles and California Angels third baseman Doug DeCinces was convicted of insider trading on Friday...

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  19. Adam Jones Donates $20,000 to Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City

    Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones plans to donate $20,000 to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, the MLB Players Association announced ...

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  20. Mets' Jeurys Familia Put on DL After Shoulder Surgery; Lucas Duda Activated

    The New York Mets have placed closer Jeurys Familia on the 10-day disabled list retroactive to May 11 due to an arterial clot in his right shoulder , the team announced Friday...

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  21. Jeff Francoeur to Join Braves' Fox Sports Broadcasting Team During 2017 Season

    Veteran MLB outfielder Jeff Francoeur announced Friday he is retiring from baseball to join the Atlanta Braves ' Fox Sports South and Fox Sports Southeast broadcasting teams...

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  22. Does Mets Prospect Tim Tebow Deserve Promotion to Higher Minor League Level?

    Bleacher Report is your one-stop source for everything baseball. From the first inning to the final out, Bleacher Report has you covered with the latest news and analysis you can't miss...

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  23. Ryan Braun Placed on 10-Day DL with Calf Injury

    The Milwaukee Brewers lineup has taken a hit, as All-Star outfielder Ryan Braun has been placed on the 10-day disabled list with a calf injury. Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Braun is on the DL...

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  24. Ron Gardenhire Returning to Diamondbacks Despite Prostate Cancer Diagnosis

    Arizona Diamondbacks bench coach Ron Gardenhire will return to the team despite being diagnosed with prostate cancer in February...

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  25. Each MLB Team's Weakest Link in 2017

    Even the hallowed 1927 New York Yankees had a weak link. On a team with a combined .307 average and .872 OPS, third baseman Joe Dugan hit just .269 with a .683 OPS as the clear outlier in what most consider the greatest lineup ever assembled...

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