1. Alvarez Can't Hold Lead, Marlins' Skid Reaches Eight

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  2. Miami Marlins' Skid Reaches 8 After Loss to Baltimore Orioles

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  3. Braun Powers Brewers to Easy Win over Braves

    Ryan Braun homered and drove in four runs, four Milwaukee pitchers combined to hold Atlanta to three hits, and the Brewers beat the Braves 11-0 on Friday night...

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  4. Instant Replay: Nationals 2, Phillies 1

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  5. Harper, Scherzer Carry Nationals to 2-1 Win over Phillies

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  6. Nats 2, Phillies 1: Harper Homers, Scherzer Dominates

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  7. Ichiro Passes Ruth on Hit List

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  8. Williams: Roark Will Start Monday or Tuesday as Fister Heals on D.L.

    With Doug Fister (right forearm tightness) still recovering on the disabled list, Nationals manager Matt Williams announced during Friday's pregame media availability that Tanner Roark will get the next start to fill Fister's spot...

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  9. Mets to Utilize a Six-Man Rotation After Dillon Gee Returns

    MLB .com's Anthony DiComo reports that starter Dillon Gee will be activated from the disabled list on Saturday...

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  10. Washington Nationals: Not Too Early to Give Bryce Harper MVP Consideration

    Since 2009, when he graced the cover of Sports Illustrated at the ripe age of 16, Bryce Harper has faced a flurry of doubters and unrealistic expectations...

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  11. Wood (Stomach Virus) to Miss Friday's Start

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  12. Casey Janssen Is Healthy, Ready to Make His Nationals Debut

    Casey Janssen was signed for $5 million this offseason to replace Tyler Clippard as the Nationals ' primary setup man, but instead he spent the first six weeks of the season on the disabled list with a shoulder injury...

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  13. Nats Reinstate RHP Janssen, Place Solis on DL

    .@ Nationals reinstate RHP Casey Janssen; place LHP Sammy Solis on 15-day DL (left shoulder inflammation) retro to May 18...

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  14. Oops: Marlins Charity Event Features No Marlins

    Riding a seven-game losing streak and fresh off the heels of a managerial hiring that drew mockery from across the continent, the last thing the Marlins needed was some more bad press...

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  15. Freeman Defends Smith's Foreign Substance Use

    Atlanta Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman took no issue with the foreign substances - rosin and sunscreen - found on pitcher Will Smith's right arm Thursday...

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  16. Stock Up, Stock Down for Mets' Top 10 Prospects for Week 7

    The New York Mets are now 24-18 as we approach the middle of May. They struggled against the Chicago Cubs and got swept at Wrigley Field then played a lot better against the Milwaukee Brewers ...

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  17. Braves Reach .500 Mark with Blowout of Brewers

    The Braves exploded for seven runs in what turned out to be a controversial seventh inning. Those runs were more than enough for the Braves to beat the struggling Brewers . .....

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  18. Braves Take Advantage of Smith's Pine Tar Ejection for Win

    ATLANTA -- Julio Teheran pitched seven strong innings and the Atlanta Braves took advantage of Milwaukee reliever Will Smith's seventh-inning ejection for allegedly using pine tar in a 10-1 victory Thursday night...

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  19. Revere Not Bothered by Trade Speculation

    It was reported earlier this week that scouts from other teams are “tracking” Phillies outfielder Ben Revere for a potential trade...

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  20. Phillies Pitchers 'Accomplish' Rare Feat in Loss to Rockies

    Despite a home run from Ryan Howard and a pair of hits from Chase Utley, the Phillies were unable to beat the Rockies Thursday for the series win. .....

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  21. New Data Shows Why Giancarlo Stanton Is One of Best Hitters in the Game

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  22. Bryce Harper vs. Mike Trout vs. Bryce Harper

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  23. Instant Replay: Rockies 7, Phillies 3

    DENVER — Phillies pitcher Jerome Williams continued to have problems on the road in a 7-3 loss to the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field on Thursday. .....

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  24. Johnson Set to Rejoin Braves Thursday at Giants

    The Braves have firmed up an injury-rehab plan for Chris Johnson that, barring any setbacks, will culminate with the third baseman coming off the disabled list to join them in San Francisco for a four-game series that starts Thursday...

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  25. Terry Collins Reveals Rational Reason for Pulling Jacob deGrom

    New York Mets manager Terry Collins' decision to remove Jacob deGrom with the reigning NL Rookie of the Year within three outs of a one-hit shutout on Thursday afternoon was not controversial after all...

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