1. Yelich Out Thursday with Bruised Knee

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  2. Wright Returns to Lineup Thursday

    David Wright is back in the lineup at what has become his customary cleanup spot, for the first of likely three straight starts...

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  3. Was Yunel Escobar's Double Play Matt Williams Fault?

    The Washington Nationals clawed their way back from a 5-0 deficit to put the tying run at third base with one out in the seventh inning. Yunel Escobar ran the count to 3-0 before hitting into his eighteenth double play of the year...

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  4. Cesar Hernandez in a Slump, Gets Game off

    PHILADELPHIA -- Over the last month, the Phillies have made it clear that they are in full rebuilding mode...

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  5. Reliance on Fastball Has Nationals' Strasburg in Dominant Form

    While Max Scherzer is considered the unquestioned ace of the Washington Nationals starting rotation, Stephen Strasburg is emerging as a difference-maker for the stretch run...

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  6. Ryan Howard Useless? Phillies Slugger Quietly Putting Up Good Power Numbers

    Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard never was accused of being a complete player, not even when he was hitting home runs like he was Babe Ruth and always on TV in those Subway commercials...

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  7. MLB Reviewing Circumstances of Phillies Coach Larry Bowa's Ejection

    Philadelphia Phillies bench coach Larry Bowa has drawn the attention of Major League Baseball after he was tossed from Tuesday night's game against the New York Mets ...

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  8. Report: McLouth to Miss Rest of Season

    WASHINGTON -- Nationals outfielder Nate McLouth is expected to miss the rest of the season because of shoulder issues, according to two baseball sources. The Nationals have not confirmed the news...

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  9. Listen: Matz, Not Thor, the Answer for Mets' Bullpen

    Everything you need to know about the Mets is right here. Expert analysis, interviews with Mets players, coaches, executives, broadcasters, and more; on the only 24 hour Major League Baseball channel in radio...

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  10. The Mets' Hot Streak Should Carry into September

    The New York Mets are on some kind of tear right now. With a 9-4 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday night, the Mets have won 21 of their last 29 games — a ...

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  11. A New Mets Outlook, and the Wins Keep Coming

    When Terry Collins was hired as the Mets ' manager in 2010, the situation he inherited was not exactly viewed as desirable...

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  12. Braves Rookie Garcia Tweets Apology After Committing Three Errors

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  13. More Than Wright: Many Reasons Behind Cuddyer's Sudden Surge

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  14. Maikel Franco Could Play Again in 2015

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  15. The Phillies Struck Gold with Rule 5 Pick Odubel Herrera

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  16. Philadelphia Phillies' Future Looks Bright, but Who Will Lead Them?

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  17. Gio Gonzalez Switches to Boras Agency

    Nationals lefty Gio Gonzalez has moved to the Boras Agency, Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com reports on Twitter...

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  18. Fallen Macon Firefighter's Sons Throw Ceremonial First Pitches at Braves Game

    The crowd at Turner Field cheered Wednesday night as the children of a fallen Macon-Bibb County firefighter walked to the mound. Lt...

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  19. Winless Drought Has Atlanta Braves' Shelby Miller Nearing Place in History

    Shelby Miller's winless streak continues and as it stretches into September, the Braves right-hander is challenging for a dubious place in history...

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  20. Terry Collins Feels New York Mets Need to Shore Up Lefthanded Relief

    If the surging New York Mets have one major vulnerability, it is in the bullpen leading into Tyler Clippard and Jeurys Familia. And it is particularly related to left-handed relief...

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  21. Phillies Rookie Jerad Eickhoff Looks Good Again After 40-Pitch First Inning

    PHILADELPHIA — Phillies rookie right-hander Jerad Eickhoff spent a lot of time studying Mets hitters prior to making his second big-league start Wednesday night at Citizens Bank Park...

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  22. Phils Fall Again to the Mets

    The game included no quick pitches or ejections and featured merely one home run, but the Phillies on Wednesday night still couldn't find a way to beat their division rivals.....

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  23. Pardon Our Frenchy

    THE PLAYERS had retreated to their respective benches. Calm had been restored, the Phillies retired in order to end the seventh inning.....

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  24. Mets Beat Phillies for Sixth Straight Win

    PHILADELPHIA - Since the week leading up to the trade deadline, the Mets have transformed themselves into one of the most potent offenses in baseball.....

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  25. Bartolo Colon Dominates as Mets Pound Pitiful Phillies Again

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