1. Nats Get A Change of Scenery, but the Bullpen Plays the Same Sad Song

    MIAMI — About 45 hours and 1,000 miles removed from the Nationals Park field where some say their season was buried this week, the Washington Nationals played baseball again Friday night...

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  2. Marlins Nip Nationals 2-1 as Jose Fernandez Braces for Return Saturday

    The Marlins and Jose Fernandez want to avoid a Matt Harvey situation in 2016 and intend to map out a workload plan for the pitcher before the start of next season.....

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  3. Harper Strikes out 3 Times, Nats Lose to Marlins 2-1

    MIAMI -- NL batting leader Bryce Harper struck out three times and stranded five runners, and the fading Washington Nationals lost their fourth straight game, 2-1 to the Miami Marlins on Friday night...

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  4. Williams Ridicule Even Reaches US Open

    During the course of Roger Federer's U.S. Open semifinal win over Stan Wawrinka (gimme a sec, this is going somewhere), analyst/tennis legend John McEnroe made the following baseball-inspired quip ...

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  5. Howard's Struggles Continue as Phils Lose

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  6. Jose Fernandez, Marlins to Map out 2016 Usage Plan During Offseason

    The Marlins and Jose Fernandez want to avoid a Matt Harvey situation in 2016 and intend to map out a usage strategy before the start of next season...

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  7. Terry Collins: Mets Don't Need to Skip Noah Syndergaard Again

    ATLANTA -- New York Mets manager Terry Collins said that skipping Noah Syndergaard last weekend in Miami should be sufficient to get the rookie right-hander to the end of the season ...

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  8. Lineup: Taylor, Escobar Return Friday

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  9. Report: Zimm (Oblique) Could Miss Significant Time

    WASHINGTON -- Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman remains out of the lineup because of a left oblique injury. Although he is listed as day to day, two sources expected Zimmerman to miss a significant amount of time because of the injury...

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  10. Mike Foltynewicz Recovering from Pneumonia

    ATLANTA -- When Mike Foltynewicz returned to Turner Field on Thursday afternoon, he was still attempting to regain the strength he lost while spending the past week battling pneumonia...

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  11. Dee Gordon's Speed Leads Marlins to Two Runs

    MIAMI -- Dee Gordon showed a couple more examples of why speed kills in Miami's 5-2 victory over the Brewers on Wednesday at Marlins Park...

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  12. Gordon Praises Prado: 'I Think He's Our Captain'

    Dee Gordon sees it. Each day, Marlins third baseman Martin Prado goes about his business not in a vocal way but in a manner that isn't lost on Miami's All-Star second baseman...

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  13. Kyle Barraclough Impressing Marlins on Mound

    MIAMI -- When the Marlins traded longtime closer Steve Cishek to St. Louis on July 24 for reliever Kyle Barraclough, Miami knew it was getting an intriguing power arm. However, at the time of the trade, Barraclough hadn't pitched above Double-A...

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  14. 'Unbelievable Job': It's Time to Give Sandy Alderson His Due

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  15. Crashburn Alley – Aaron Nola Exceeding Early Expectations

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  16. Mackanin 'Hopeful' About His Future with Phillies

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  17. Williams Is Under Scrutiny as Season Unravels

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  18. Braves, Miller Lose Again

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  19. Mets Push Streak to 4 as They Continue to Own NL East

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  20. If New York Mets Make Postseason, Should Bartolo Colon Get a Start?

    Despite setting the record for the longest consecutive scoreless innings streak for a 42-year-old at 31 innings, he wasn't exactly facing Murderer's row...

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  21. Mets Take Down Braves Behind Colon, 7-2

    ATLANTA -- Bartolo Colon's shutout streak ended at 31 innings while he won his fourth straight start, pitching the streaking New York Mets past the reeling Atlanta Braves 7-2 on Thursday night...

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  22. Bartolo Colon Sets Consecutive-Scoreless-Innings Record for P 42 Years or Older

    Bartolo Colon continues to defy what sports fans have come to understand about aging. The New York Mets starting pitcher gave up two runs to the Atlanta Braves on Thursday night...

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  23. Plawecki Tweets Video of Flooded Dugout Hallway During NYM-ATL Delay

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  24. Far Too Many Missteps the Reason for Ruben Amaro's Ouster in Philadelphia

    It's been a chaotic, confusing and at times emotionally draining summer for the general manager fraternity...

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  25. The Mets' Most Valuable Trade Deadline Acquisition

    ATLANTA—In his brief time with the Mets , outfielder Yoenis Cespedes has put up numbers so otherworldly that his name has started to come up as a candidate for the National League Most Valuable Player award...

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