1. Amaro Formulating Plan for Phillies' Future

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  2. J. Upton in Lineup vs. A's Despite Hamstring Issue

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  3. Span Wants to Be an All-Star, but May Have to Settle

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  4. Span Wants to Be an All-Star, May Have to Settle for Being the Nats' Best Player

    NEW YORK — During this season's all-star break, Denard Span went home and tortured himself. Every winter, Span visualizes himself at the All-Star Game. He sees himself standing on a base line and doffing his cap beside baseball's best players...

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  5. Jon Niese Should Reconsider Having Shoulder Surgery

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  6. The Nationals Own the Mets at Citi Field

    With their 4-1 win at Citi Field on Thursday, the Nationals increased their National League East lead over the Braves to a season-high six games and established a new franchise record for consecutive road wins (11) against one team...

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  7. Athletics-Braves Preview

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  8. Phillies-Giants Preview

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  9. Like Manuel Before Him, Sandberg Not to Blame

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  10. Bryce Harper, Stephen Strasburg Help Washington Finish Sweep

    NEW YORK — The fantastic expectation that Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg would hoist the Washington Nationals on their shoulders this season yielded to dull reality. Harper battled injury...

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  11. 3 Changes the Atlanta Braves Must Make to Turn Things Around

    It's no secret the Atlanta Braves have played their worst baseball of the season the past few weeks. The Atlanta Braves are 3-9 in August and have lost 17 of 26 games since the All-Star break...

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  12. Tyler Clippard Dominating After He Got His Change-Up Back

    Tyler Clippard was not the first choice from the Nationals to make the All-Star Game. He represented Washington only after Jordan Zimmermann suffered a minor injury and Rafael Soriano declined...

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  13. Mets: 5 Players Who Will Not Be Back in 2015

    With the New York Mets not doing particularly well this season, many fans are probably looking forward to the 2015 season by now. The Mets have a lot of young pitching in particular, which makes the future for the team look very bright...

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  14. Nationals Clicking at the Right Time to Grab a Firm Hold on NL East Crown

    The Washington Nationals are feeling it. On Thursday night, the Nationals completed a three-game road sweep of the New York Mets , winning 4-1 behind a dominant start from ...

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  15. Mets Lose Record 11th in a Row at Home to Nats

    NEW YORK — To David Wright, there's nothing mysterious about the manner in which the Washington Nationals dominated the Mets this week. "We just got outplayed, outpitched, outhit," he said...

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  16. Mets' Bartolo Colon Becomes 3rd Dominican-Born Pitcher with 200 Career Wins

    New York Mets starting pitcher Bartolo Colon recorded his 200th career victory last Friday versus the Philadelphia Phillies. According to CBSSports ...

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  17. Marlins Take Series Opener in Dramatic Fashion

    MIAMI – Ten, 20, or 30 years from now, Bradin Hagens may or may not remember how in the second inning of his major league debut he walked Garrett Jones on four pitches to start the 10th...

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  18. deGrom Mound Work Will Wait

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  19. Bryce Harper, Stephen Strasburg Help Washington Finish Sweep

    The fantastic expectation that Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg would hoist the Washington Nationals on their shoulders yielded this season to a dull reality. Harper battled injury...

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  20. Asdrubal Focused on Helping Nats, Not Free Agency

    NEW YORK -- Nationals second baseman Asdrubal Cabrera has been productive at the plate and with the glove since he joined the team in a trade from the Indians nearly two weeks ago...

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  21. Dan Jennings Reflects, Ozuna's Slump, Furcal to Undergo Surgery

    It's been a tough month for Marcell Ozuna, who has gone 4 for 39 while striking out 15 times in August. Marlins hitting coach Frank Menechino said he thinks he knows the reason why Ozuna has been struggling...

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  22. Marlins Rally, Beat Diamondbacks 5-4 in 10 Innings

    MIAMI -- Marcell Ozuna doubled home Garrett Jones with the winning run in the 10th inning, and the Miami Marlins topped the Arizona Diamondbacks 5-4 on Thursday night. .....

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  23. Keith Hernandez on the Future of Baseball, the Mets, and of Course, Mustaches

    I hate the New York Mets ; as a native Atlantan, this virulence was bred into me. Yet I must also admit that, as a 14-year resident of New York City, I often find myself settling down ...

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  24. Mets' Finish Will Determine Collins' Fate

    In many ways, Terry Collins has been on a four-year job interview. He has constantly been auditioning, first, that he was indeed a changed man from his incendiary past and, most important, ...

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  25. d'Arnaud Solidifying Mets' Future at Catcher

    As the Mets continue to evaluate their roster with at least one eye looking at 2015, the last two months have seemingly solidified one position that earlier this season was one of the club's most worrisome question marks: catcher...

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