1. Braves Shine in 2014 AAA All-Star Game

    There was another All-Star game this week, and multiple Braves (or ex-Braves) contributed positively toward a 7-3 victory for the International League last night in Durham, NC...

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  2. Phillies Midseason Report Card: Papelbon Gets Top Marks for First Half

    Ryne Sandberg — Earlier this month Sandberg had a cringe-worthy lineup on the field. The players he had on his bench were Tony Gwynn Jr., Andres Blanco, Cesar Hernandez, Aaron Altherr and Cameron Rupp...

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  3. Odds Select Phillies Players Are Traded

    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — We are exactly two weeks away from the Major League Baseball trade deadline and the 42-53 Phillies will, we think, be major sellers. For general manager Ruben Amaro Jr...

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  4. Braves to Open Second Half vs. Rival Phillies

    After consecutive sweeps between the Braves and the Phillies , they could go for a tightly contested series. Philadelphia took three straight at Turner Field from June 16-18 before Atlanta roared back to dominate a four-game set from June 27-29...

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  5. 3 Trades That Could Take the Atlanta Braves to the Next Level

    The Atlanta Braves (52-43) enter the second half of the season looking for their third consecutive playoff berth and a chance at their first World Series title since 1995...

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  6. Mets' Travis d'Arnaud Has Rediscovered His Swing Since Trip to Minors

    Travis d'Arnaud found relief almost immediately, and looking back at it now, that might have been the most critical part of his turnaround...

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  7. Carlos Ruiz to Begin Rehab Assignment Thursday

    Before the All-Star break, Phillies ' manager Ryne Sandberg pined for the Phillies to get healthy and back to full strength...

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  8. Change in the Air for Phillies in Second Half

    PHILADELPHIA -- The Phillies opened the season with a franchise-record $180 million payroll and a healthy roster for the first time in a long time...

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  9. Utley Makes Presence Felt in Midsummer Classic

    MINNEAPOLIS -- As Chase Utley progressed through the early years of his career, he had the pleasure of being an All-Star and postseason participant on an annual basis...

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  10. Murphy Has 'Blast' at ASG, Now Focused on Mets

    MINNEAPOLIS -- Reality will soon return for Daniel Murphy, and that's not necessarily a bad thing; reality is pretty good for the All-Star these days...

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  11. Wright Anniversary: Now 10 Years a Met

    NEW YORK -- David Wright has a $138 million contract that takes him through 2020. He is the captain of the New York Mets . And the 31-year-old Wright is no longer a bachelor, having married model Molly Beers in December...

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  12. Series preview: Mets at Padres

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  13. Marlins Within Striking Distance of Making Playoff Run

    MIAMI -- At the midway point, the Marlins can sum up their season as a mixture of encouragement and disappointment...

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  14. Seaver, Ted Williams May Have Taken MLB's 1st Selfie

    ‪#‎SeaverSelfie‬? Did you think the first All-Star Game selfie was taken in the 2000's? Please - Tom Terrific and Teddy Ballgame were always ahead of their time...

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  15. 2014 MLB Draft: Nationals' Top Two Picks, Fedde and Suarez, Remain Unsigned

    The Washington Nationals and Scott Boras have done this before. It probably shouldn't be a surprise that the Nats have yet to sign their 2014 1st Round pick, but the deadline is fast approaching if both sides want to get a deal done...

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  16. Nationals Stock Watch: Werth Continues Red-Hot July

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  17. Nats Look to Build on Momentum Coming Out of Break

    WASHINGTON -- Before the 2014 season started, the Nationals were heavily favored to win the National League East. But the first half wasn't that easy. On May 24, the Nationals were 24-25 and sputtering...

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  18. With Promising Futures, Braves Trio Reflects on Journey

    MINNEAPOLIS -- As the contract extensions they received this year attested, Freddie Freeman, Craig Kimbrel and Julio Teheran represent a significant core of the Braves ' future...

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  19. Kimbrel Dominates American League Batters

    MINNEAPOLIS -- While enjoying the honor of being an All-Star during each of his first four full Major League seasons, Craig Kimbrel has never shied away from the chance to get to know some of the National League 's top offensive stars...

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  20. Freeman, Kimbrel Do Their Part but NL Loses All-Star Game

    MINNEAPOLIS — Tuesday was Derek Jeter's night and the American League helped him take a bow in his final All-Star game with a two-hit curtain call in a 5-3 victory, but the ...

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  21. Evan Gattis Cleared to Begin Rehab Assignment

    Braves catcher Evan Gattis, who almost surely would have made the All-Star team if not for being on the disabled list with a bulging disk in his back, has been cleared to begin a minor-league rehab assignment Thursday at Triple-A...

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  22. Cobb Commissioners Vote for Braves Stadium Rezoning

    COBB COUNTY, Ga. -- With a unanimous 5-0 vote, Cobb County Commissioners took what could be their last official action Tuesday to pave the way for a new Atlanta Braves stadium by 2017...

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  23. Selig: Braves, Indians Should Make Decisions Locally

    (WXIA) – Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig deferred to club officials in Cleveland and Atlanta when asked Tuesday about the teams' names and logos in the face of the ongoing controversy over the team name of the NFL's Washington Redskins...

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  24. Top 5 Things to Expect from the Atlanta Braves in the Second Half

    In terms of games, the first half of the season actually passed over a week ago, but the All-Star Break marks the midway point for MLB and it's a natural time to evaluate where the team stands going into the second half of the season...

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  25. G-Braves' Gosselin Enjoys Wild Ride into First All-Star Game

    Phil Gosselin is not likely to soon forget the Class AAA All-Star Game, which will be played tonight in Durham...

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