1. Wrigley at 100: 'Like Saturday Every Day'

    So much is visible from the top deck at Wrigley Field: the hand-operated scoreboard, the rooftops, the ivy (current condition: dormant) and off in the distance, the blue of Lake Michigan...

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  2. SF Giants Place Huff on DL, Promote Position Player

    David Huff, as expected, is on the 15-day disabled list with a strained quadriceps. The Giants replaced him by bringing back outfielder Juan Perez, who went 8-for-19 during his five-game stay in Fresno...

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  3. Squirrel Streaks Across Field, Generally Dominates Indians Game in Progress

    In the second inning of Monday's game, the Indians and Royals had to pause the proceedings to admire a sports streaker of the adorable kind...

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  4. Harvey Deletes Twitter Account After Controversial Picture

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  5. Padres Tab Kennedy to Cool Down Brewers

    Ian Kennedy's last time out, he opened his start with five no-hit innings against the Rockies . On Tuesday, he'll need that kind of stuff against the team with the best record in baseball...

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  6. Minor League Announcer Gets Call to Announce San Diego Padres Games

    When the San Diego Padres held an open casting call two months ago for a new public address announcer for their home games, more than 800 people turned out...

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  7. Padres Send RHP Carter to Japanese League Team

    MILWAUKEE -- The Padres have sold the contract of Minor League right-handed pitcher Anthony Carter to the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters of the Nippon Professional Baseball League in Japan...

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  8. Report: Martin Maldonado Suspended Five Games for Brawl

    No official word from MLB yet, but Buster Olney of ESPN.com reports that Brewers catcher Martin Maldonado has been suspended five games and fined $2,500 for his role in Sunday afternoon's brawl with the Pirates...

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  9. Harper and Trout Understand Hyped Matchup, but Focus Is on Winning

    With the arrival of the Los Angeles Angels in D.C. comes the much anticipated matchup between 22-year-old Mike Trout and 21-year-old Bryce Harper.....

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  10. Gio Gonzalez, RG3 & Redskins Hang out at White House

    Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez spent his Monday afternoon at the White House for the annual Easter Egg Roll and, naturally, he made some friends...

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  11. What's Wrong with Miguel Cabrera?

    I mean, other than it's just 16 games. Still, the three-time reigning batting champion and best hitter on the planet is struggling along with a .206/.275/.333 line...

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  12. Diamondbacks Activate Cody Ross from Disabled List

    The Diamondbacks reinstated outfielder Cody Ross from the 15-day disabled list Friday and designated reliever Ryan Rowland-Smith for assignment...

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  13. Ryan Rowland-Smith Elects Free Agency

    The Diamondbacks announced yesterday that left-hander Ryan Rowland-Smith has cleared waivers after being designated for assignment and elected free agency rather than accept an outright assignment to Triple-A...

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  14. Overworked Bullpen an Early Concern for the Brewers

    At 15-5, the upstart Brewers currently own the best record in all of baseball, with two more wins than any other team...

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  15. Going to Work with the Ultimate Dodger, Vin Scully

    At age 86, baseball announcer Vin Scully is back in the broadcast booth for his 65th season with the L.A. Dodgers ...

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  16. Hammel, McCarthy Hoping Offenses Can Come Up Big

    It's not surprising given their slow starts to the season that both the Cubs and D-backs have had a hard time firing on all cylinders...

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  17. Giants Place Huff on DL; Recall OF Perez

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  18. Giants, Rockies testing depth early in season

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  19. Not Quite Time to Panic for Ms, but Its Getting Close

    Lloyd McClendon was asked Monday what message he has conveyed to his players as they weather the first prolonged slump of his regime. “What do I say to my players?'' he repeated with the hint of a smirk...

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  20. B/R's Scott Miller: Monster Trio of Pitchers Make Tigers Top Contenders in AL

    It's still early in the season, but not a single team has separated itself from the pack in the American League . The Detroit Tigers have the right combination of pitching and hitting to make a push up the standings...

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  21. Vintage Wood Reminds He's a Keeper

    Forget about Jeff Samardzija for a moment. If the Chicago Cubs don't lock up starter Travis Wood to a long-term deal sometime soon, their rebuilding plans will really take a hit...

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  22. Rewind: Despite Struggles, Expect Giants to Stand by Vogelsong

    Ryan Vogelsong found a way to halt the Giants ' seemingly endless run of close games. He got blasted in the first inning...

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  23. Pitcher Jhoulys Chacin Could Return to Rockies as Soon as Next Week

    With defending National League batting champion Michael Cuddyer going on the 15-day disabled list Monday and all-star left fielder Carlos Gonzalez trying to play through painful tendinitis in his left knee, the Rockies could use an encouraging word...

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  24. Mets Need to Make a Big Move to Becomecontenders

    Ike Davis is gone, Jose Valverde demoted from the closer's role and Bobby Abreu arrived from Triple-A Las Vegas on Monday. In less than 72 hours, spanning a weekend, the Mets at least showed a willingness to shake up the asylum...

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  25. Is Neil Walker Becoming a Star?

    PNC PARK – We know Neil Walker is a consistent, useful player. Walker tallied 2.6 Wins Above Replacement in 2011. He produced 2.6 WAR in 2012. He totaled a 2.7 WAR in 2013...

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