1. Stock Up, Stock Down on MLB's Top 10 Prospects After Week 7

    With June right around the corner, let's take a look at some of MLB 's brightest young stars and how they are performing in the minor leagues. Over the next few slides, we'll update you on baseball's top 10 prospects according to MLB...

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  2. Gee Unclear of Role When Activated from DL

    PITTSBURGH βˆ’ Dillon Gee rejoin the team Saturday night in Pittsburgh . His baseball equipment did not. Just another leg in what Gee called β€œthe weirdest damn year in baseball...

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  3. Sunday Was Just Not the Tigers' Day

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  4. Ranking the 10 Most Indispensable Players for 2015 MLB Contenders

    No MLB team wants to imagine life without a cherished superstar. The next-man-up motto has run its way into the Hall of Fame of sports cliches, but some players are simply too valuable to live without...

    Andrew Gould Written by Andrew Gould about 19 hours ago 18,479 reads 65 comments

  5. Allen Craig's Bizarre, Historic Decline Could Be on Upswing in the Minors

    Allen Craig has undergone one of the steepest nosedives ever witnessed in Major League Baseball. It also seems to be one of the most unexpected. There was no significant, career-threatening injury to precede it...

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  6. Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Ideal Lineup Picks for May 25

    Memorial Day is always an important mark in the MLB season for teams to reflect on where they stand. Of course, those playing daily fantasy baseball should only care about what will happen today rather than the past two months...

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  7. Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Studs and Duds for May 25

    To celebrate Memorial Day, all 30 MLB teams will take the field on Monday. The week usually starts with scarce offerings, but the holiday is loaded with mouth-watering options, mostly on the offensive side...

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  8. Pirates Notebook: Huntington Says Harrison Having Fun Again

    Pirates general manager Neal Huntington suggested May 10 that struggling third baseman Josh Harrison, who had stumbled to a ...

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  9. MLB Power Rankings: Where All 30 Teams Stand on Memorial Day

    For many, Memorial Day weekend is the official start of summer. The baseball season is no different, as teams are really starting to hit their stride two months into the year. Once again, we have a new No...

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  10. Rockies GM: Weiss' Job Secure Despite Struggles

    Walt Weiss wore a finger on his chest in the cold air at Coors Field last week after he stepped between his catcher, Nick Hundley, and first-base umpire Hunter Wendelstedt...

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  11. D-Backs Cashing in as Hot Streaks Coincide

    PHOENIX -- After Saturday's game, D-backs manager Chip Hale noted how he was pleased with how his club has been producing runs as of late, noting that even players who struggled early in the season have been contributing...

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  12. Harper's Strong Throw

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  13. Early in $210M Deal, Max Scherzer on Road to Elite Cy Young Company

    When Max Scherzer signed his seven-year, $210 million megadeal with the Washington Nationals this winter, the question was whether he'd live up to the money...

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  14. Yovani Gallardo Matches Second-Highest Strikeout Total of Season

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  15. New York Yankees on the Brink of Disaster with Recent Skid

    The New York Yankees lost their 10th game in the last 11 contests on Sunday, falling to the Texas Rangers 5-2. Starter Chris Capuano lasted only 4...

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  16. Brian McCann Injury: Updates on Yankees Catcher's Calf and Return

    Brian McCann suffered a calf injury Sunday night against the Texas Rangers but was able to start the next afternoon. Continue for updates...

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  17. Rangers Beat Yanks 5-2 for New York's 10th Loss in 11 Games

    Adam Rosales hit a two-run homer off Chris Capuano that bounced off the top of the left-field wall, Yovani Gallardo won for the second time since mid-April and the Texas Rangers sent ...

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  18. McCann Leaves Game Early with Cramp

    Brian McCann left tonight's game with a cramp in his foot/calf. Girardi said he's a little concerned, will know more tomorrow...

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  19. Watch: Woman Terrified by Adrian Beltre

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  20. Cubs vs. Nats: The Friendly Rivalry Between Kris Bryant and Bryce Harper

    PHOENIX – Kris Bryant doesn't have any good stories about Bryce Harper flipping aluminum bats, or blowing kisses to parents in the stands, or getting thrown out of Little League games...

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  21. Re-Evaluating the Washington Nationals' Top Draft Picks from the Past Decade

    For a team that's only been in the business of drafting players for 10 years, the Washington Nationals are exceptional at it...

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  22. Cubs Will See What They're Made of Against Nationals

    That's how Dale Sveum summed up the four-game beatdown the Cubs got from the Washington Nationals in D.C. in September 2012, when there appeared to be no light at the end of the tunnel...

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  23. Arizona Diamondbacks' Nick Ahmed Continues to Impress with Defensive Play

    He's only in the second month of his first full season in the majors, but already Diamondbacks infielder Nick Ahmed has upheld his reputation as a defensive guru β€” so much so ...

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  24. Arizona Diamondbacks Scratch out Runs to Take Series Against Cubs

    The top of the rotation for the Chicago Cubs is as strong as any in the major leagues, and the Arizona Diamondbacks were unfortunate enough to face all three of Chicago's top starters in their three-game series at Chase Field this weekend...

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  25. All-Star Game Shouldn't Stop Slumping Reds from Firing Price

    Baseball is in an age of analytics, an age in which teams increasingly remove emotion from their decision-making...

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