1. Jacoby Ellsbury Fires Back at Edward Mujica, Red Sox After HBP

    Jacoby Ellsbury didn't charge the mound or incite a fight after getting hit on the right butt cheek in apparent retaliation for the drilling of Hanley Ramirez in the sixth inning of Sunday night's 8-5 Yankees ' win over the Red Sox at Fenway Park...

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  2. As Cardinals Await, Maddon's Bunch Still Learning How to Win

    Sometimes it seems like Joe Maddon is holding a life seminar rather than meeting with the press, working through the psychology of it all...

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  3. Mets Bench Shortstop Wilmer Flores in Back-to-Back Games

    Mets shortstop Wilmer Flores was a healthy scratch both Saturday and Sunday, as manager Terry Collins turned to Ruben Tejada at shortstop 24 hours after saying Flores' job was not in jeopardy...

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  4. Is It Time for Pittsburgh Pirates to Press Panic Button?

    The Pittsburgh Pirates dropped their third straight game via walk-off fashion Sunday afternoon as Kolten Wong's solo shot in the bottom of the 14th inning led the St. Louis Cardinals to the weekend series sweep...

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  5. Craig Counsell: Born to Manage the Brewers?

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  6. James Taylor Premieres New, Awful Song About the Red Sox at Fenway

    Formerly great singer-songwriter James Taylor is known around the world as the beloved performer of hits like “Fire And Rain” and “Carolina In My Mind,” but not for much longer...

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  7. Fantasy Baseball Waiver Wire: Top 10 Pickups for MLB Week 5

    A new week, another batch of waiver-wire additions just the way you like 'em: hot and fresh out of the oven. Some players mentioned last week —including Alex Guerrero, A...

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  8. Yankees Closer Andrew Miller Takes Subway To The Stadium

    The New York Yankees are on a little run. This weekend the bombers swept the Boston Red Sox at Fenway, a series that included Alex Rodriguez 's 660th home run. They are now in first place in the AL East...

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  9. Counsell, Donnelly Share Special Bond

    Craig Counsell will enter his role as a special advisor in the Brewers ' front office having proved to be a consummate professional over parts of 16 seasons in the bigs...

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  10. Jered Weaver's Fastball Can't Even Break a Texas Speed Limit

    The radar gun never lies. It is baseball's ultimate arbitrator, impartial by nature and honest to the point of brutality...

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  11. Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Studs and Duds for Monday, May 4

    It is a daily fantasy baseball night for MLB aces with Felix Hernandez ($12,200) and Clayton Kershaw ($12,000) potentially sucking up your DraftKings budgets...

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  12. Video: Yoenis Cespedes Has Got This

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  13. Scripts for the Inevitable 'Milestones Press Conference'

    Start with A-Rod: “Ladies and gentlemen, thanks for coming to Yankee Stadium on such short notice...

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  14. Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Ideal Lineup Picks for May 4

    In a day with a lot of high-priced talent for both hitters and pitchers, it's important to find value across the board as well...

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  15. Albert Pujols' Health Is Critical to the Angels' Postseason Hopes

    Albert Pujols ’ discomfort was mild, but it was enough to cause serious concern. When the future-Hall of Fame first baseman grabbed his left hamstring Wednesday night, ...

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  16. Long-Term Problems Suggest Rangers Are Headed Towards Historically Bad Year

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  17. MLB Power Ranking: An Updated Look at Where All 30 Teams Stand

    The month of May has arrived, and while there is still a ton of baseball to be played in 2015, teams are already laying the groundwork for a shot at contending. For the third week in a row, we have a new No...

    Joel Reuter Written by Joel Reuter about 1 day ago 82,040 reads 251 comments

  18. 3 Biggest Takeaways from the 1st Month of Seattle Mariners' Season

    There's really only one word that could describe the first month of the 2015 season for the Seattle Mariners : underwhelming. The Mariners finished April at 10-12 before dropping their first three games of May...

    Nathaniel Reeves Written by Nathaniel Reeves about 1 day ago 2,474 reads 10 comments

  19. Cubs Looking to Make Major Statement to Cardinals, Rest of NL

    The Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals kick off a four-game series in Missouri on Monday, and the stakes are about as high as they get in early May. No, nothing will be settled between the longstanding foes...

    Jacob Shafer Written by Jacob Shafer about 1 day ago 11,520 reads 60 comments

  20. 4 Biggest Takeaways from the 1st Month of the Washington Nationals' Season

    The Washington Nationals have managed to pack as much frustration into one month as they were supposed to experience all season...

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  21. 1st-Place Yankees Force Baseball to Take Notice After Heated Fenway Park Sweep

    Hey, remember when the New York Yankees were doomed —too old, too tired, too injury-riddled to compete in the American League East? So much for that...

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  22. Ellsbury's Four-Hit Night Sweeps Red Sox

    An eight-run lead was too much for Boston to overcome, and the Yankees swept the Red Sox , who decided to play some lame-ass beanball at the end...

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  23. Craig Counsell Named Brewers Manager: Latest Contract Details, Reaction

    The Milwaukee Brewers shocked many in the MLB world when they announced the firing of manager Ron Roenicke Sunday night...

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  24. Kelly Beat Up by Yankees in 8-5 Loss at Fenway

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  25. Red Sox Comeback Bid Falls Short

    With how powerful the Red Sox ' offense is, they rarely are out of any given game, but when they have to make up an 8-run difference, that's asking too much...

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