1. Will Ferrell Does Harry Caray Impression for David Letterman

    Cubs fans still miss Harry Caray. Will Ferrell is happy to help fill the void when he can. On the "Late Show with David Letterman," the comedian revisited his Caray impression and for a split second it felt like Wrigley Field back in the day...

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  2. Uber-Prospect Carlos Correa Looks Ready to Fill Astros' Shortstop Hole in MLB

    The Carlos Correa countdown is on. The Houston Astros —check that, the AL West-leading Houston Astros, who sport the best record in the American League at 18-8 entering ...

    Jason Catania Written by Jason Catania about 1 day ago 8,669 reads 13 comments

  3. Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: Best DraftKings MLB Pitcher Picks for May 5

    Tuesday night features the fullest slate of daily fantasy baseball, which makes it one of our favorite nights of the week to play. Forget Cinco de Mayo, there should be a lot of "fish" in the sea at DraftKings , too...

    Eric Mack Written by Eric Mack about 1 day ago 2,189 reads 1 comments

  4. Stock Up, Stock Down on MLB's Top Projected Trade Targets, Week 5

    The saying goes that April showers bring May flowers, but it's apparently not a theory that the baseball gods subscribe to...

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  5. Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Strategy, Primer for May 5

    While looking for upside is important for your daily fantasy baseball team, you want to pick players you can trust...

    Rob Goldberg Written by Rob Goldberg about 1 day ago 2,694 reads 2 comments

  6. After 2-Year Grind, Chad Billingsley Is Ready for Phillies Debut

    ATLANTA – Chad Billingsley has not started a Major League Baseball game since tax day 2013. He has paid dearly. Tuesday night, he returns...

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  7. Scott Miller's Starting 9: The Astros, Yankees, A-Rod and More...Do We Believe?

    1. Best and Worst of the First-Month Surprises The Astros: Not since Mike Scott was scuffing baseballs in 1986 has Houston raced off to a better start. At 18-7 entering this week, the Astros are off to the best start in club history...

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  8. 10 Young Players on the Verge of Making MLB Impact

    Every year, a handful of young players across the Major League Baseball landscape step into key roles and wind up making a significant impact for their respective teams...

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  9. 5 Biggest Takeaways from the 1st Month of the Detroit Tigers' Season

    The Detroit Tigers have begun the 2015 regular season in fine fashion. A 17-9 record through the first month puts them in familiar territory atop the American League Central Division...

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  10. Early 'Buyer or Seller' Predictions for All 30 MLB Teams at the Trade Deadline

    For MLB executives, the busy season is right around the corner. The big league trade deadline is still a couple of months away, but team officials definitely need to keep their phones close by...

    Karl Buscheck Written by Karl Buscheck about 1 day ago 40,615 reads 90 comments

  11. Hinch: Keuchel 'Pitched Well Enough to Win'

    HOUSTON (AP) — The Texas Rangers got a much-needed win in a close game and cooled off the hottest team in baseball...

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  12. Rangers Rally with Late-Inning Runs

    For all their misfortune through the first month of the season, the Texas Rangers have remained a proudly resilient bunch. Even in defeat, the Rangers have often fought their way back only to have something go wrong in the end...

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  13. Rangers Respond to Banister with Gritty Win

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  14. Former Brave Francoeur Breaks out of Slump

    ATLANTA — Jeff Francoeur had four hits and drove in two runs, Aaron Harang allowed one run over six innings and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Atlanta Braves 5-2 on Monday night...

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  15. Braves Lose Their Bats Against Harang

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  16. Francoeur Makes Impact Against Former Club

    ATLANTA – Ryne Sandberg went to his bench to fill the middle of his batting order against Atlanta left-hander Alex Wood on Monday night...

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  17. Sandberg: Hererra's Catch Was 'Game-Saving'

    ATLANTA - The day after eclipsing five runs for only the second time this season, the Phillies managed a season-high 14 hits Monday night...

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  18. Solo Homers and Felix Hernandez Lift Mariners Past Angels, 3-2

    ANAHEIM, Calif. — So if this is going to be a thing for Nelson Cruz and Logan Morrison, maybe they should have some runners on base when it happens to maximize the effect. ...

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  19. Cruz's Homer, Felix's Pitching Lift Seattle Mariners over Angels, 3-2

    ANAHEIM, CALIF. — Nelson Cruz is already working on an encore after getting selected earlier Monday as the American League player of the month for April...

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  20. Mariners' Seth Smith Hits Second Home Run Monday vs. Angels

    Mariners designated hitter Seth Smith went 1 for 4 with a solo home run in his team's 3-2 win over the Angels Monday. .....

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  21. Shoemaker's Start Unravels in the Seventh, as Angels Lose, 3-2, to Seattle

    ANAHEIM — Matt Shoemaker dominated Monday's first six innings at Angel Stadium. He struck out eight Seattle Mariners , allowed them just one shift-beating single. .....

    David Scipione Written by David Scipione about 1 day ago 29 reads 0 comments

  22. Cruz Hits 14th HR, Hernandez Pitches Mariners Past Angels

    ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Nelson Cruz hit his major league-leading 14th home run and Felix Hernandez won his fifth straight decision to start the season, leading the Seattle Mariners over the Los Angeles Angels 3-2 Monday night...

    David Scipione Written by David Scipione about 1 day ago 87 reads 0 comments

  23. Bumgarner Flirts with No-No, Giants Beat Padres 2-0

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Madison Bumgarner carried a no-hit bid into the seventh inning on the way to winning back-to-back starts for the first time this season, leading the San Francisco Giants ...

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  24. Red Sox Getting Glimpse of Both Risk, Reward Associated with Hanley Ramirez

    There is always going to be a give-and-take with Hanley Ramirez . The Boston Red Sox knew that. They elected to pursue his services anyway. For the price of $88 million over four years, the organization gambled it would have more reward than risk.

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  25. Is MLB Super-Rookie Devon Travis the Game's Next Megastar?

    Devon Travis isn't the prospect the Toronto Blue Jays —or anyone else —expected to take the league by storm. Yet here we are, a month into the 2015 campaign, and the slugging second baseman is showing no signs of slowing down...

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