1. Marlins Waste Stanton's Night in 5-3 Loss to Braves

    Three days after becoming only the fourth player to hit a ball out of Dodger Stadium, Giancarlo Stanton hit one at Marlins Park where nobody else had yet ‒ inside the center field camera well, a whopping 474 feet from the plate...

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  2. Instant Replay: Phillies 4, Diamondbacks 3

    For the first time this season, the Phillies have won three in a row. They got there with a come-from-behind, 4-3 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks at Citizens Bank Park on Friday night...

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  3. Phils Beat Arizona in Franco's Debut 4-3

    THE KNOCK on the door of his Rochester, N.Y., hotel room came at five minutes after 7 in the morning yesterday. "I was thinking, 'Who is this at this time?'" Maikel Franco said. It was Dave Brundage, manager of the Triple A Lehigh Valley IronPigs...

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  4. Francoeur, Galvis Lift Phillies over Diamondbacks

    PHILADELPHIA -- Pinch-hitter Jeff Francoeur delivered a go-ahead single in the seventh inning to help the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 4-3 Friday night for their first three-game winning streak this season...

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  5. Nationals on MASN on Twitter

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  6. Stanton's Pair of HRs Not Enough in Loss to Braves

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  7. Cunningham Helps Braves Beat Marlins 5-3

    MIAMI -- Todd Cunningham had three hits in his first big league start, including a tiebreaking single in the eighth inning, and the Atlanta Braves overcame two solo home runs by Giancarlo Stanton to beat the Miami Marlins 5-3 on Friday night...

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  8. Teheran Does It All for Win over Marlins

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  9. Stanton's Second Solo Homer

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  10. Mets' Troubles Multiply in Shutout Loss to Brewers

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  11. Mets Beaten Down by Majors' Worst Team for 5th Straight Loss

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  12. Report: Mets to Place Herrera on DL with Broken Finger

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  13. Doug Fister Injury: Updates on Nationals SP's Forearm and Return

    After putting together a solid 2014 season, Washington Nationals starting pitcher Doug Fister has struggled to begin the 2015 campaign. His year took another detour Friday after he headed to the 15-day disabled list...

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  14. Game of Thrones' the Mountain Takes First Baseball Swings

    PHILADELPHIA — Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard still thought of himself as a big man at 6-foot-4, 240 pounds until Friday afternoon when actor/strongman Hafthor Julius Bjornsson walked up to his locker...

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  15. Friday's Mets Lineup: Juan Lagares Returns

    NEW YORK -- Here is the New York Mets ' lineup for Friday night's series opener against the Milwaukee Brewers , with first pitch scheduled for 7:10 p.m...

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  16. Mets CF Lagares Returns to Lineup Friday

    Friday # Mets vs. # Brewers : Granderson – RF Lagares – CF Duda – 1B Cuddyer – LF Murphy – 3B Flores – SS Monell – C Tejada – 2B Colon ...

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  17. Franco Batting 5th in Return to Bigs

    Tonight's Phillies lineup: Revere LF, Galvis SS, Sizemore RF, Howard 1B, Franco 3B, Utley 2B, Herrera CF, Ruiz C, Billingsley RHP...

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  18. Bartolo Colon: 'At My Age, I Even Surprise Myself'

    New York Mets officials insisted as the winter meetings opened in December 2013 that they were unprepared to offer two years to any free-agent starting pitcher, much less one who already had turned 40 years old...

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  19. Galvis Is Good, and Lucky

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  20. Phils Outright McGowan to Make Room for Franco

    The Phillies announced this afternoon that they've outrighted Dustin McGowan to Triple-A Lehigh Valley. The move will clear space on the 25-man roster for the promotion of Maikel ...

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  21. Ageless Wonder Colon Still Surprises Himself

    New York Mets officials insisted as the winter meetings opened in December 2013 that they were unprepared to offer two years to any free-agent starting pitcher, much less one who already had turned 40 years old...

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  22. Amaro: 'Franco Ready for the Next Step'

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  23. Amaro: Franco Is Ready for the Next Step

    Amaro, on Franco: "This was a baseball decision based on Maikel's development and performance. We believe he is ready for the next step...

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  24. Hamels a Philly Institution, but for How Long?

    COLE HAMELS navigated the small hallway leading up to the main event with his closest teammate by his side...

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  25. Fister's poor start dooms Nationals in 8-3 loss to Padres

    A rain delay of nearly two hours had nothing to do with how poorly Doug Fister pitched. Fister lasted only two innings in the Washington Nationals ' 8-3 loss to the San Diego Padres , allowing seven runs and eight hits...

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