1. Donald Fehr Departs with a Complicated Legacy

    Major League Baseball announced yesterday that Donald Fehr, executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA), would be retiring...

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  2. A-Rod to Get Much Needed Rest

    The New York Yankees are starting to run into some issues.Entering Sunday, the Yankees had the major leagues best record since May 7, going 24-16...

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  3. Dodgers-Angels: Clayton Kershaw Shines in 5-3 Victory for Blue Crew

    Clayton Kershaw pitched seven scoreless innings as the visiting Los Angeles Dodgers (46-24) beat the Los Angeles Angels (36-31), 5-3, in the rubber match of a three-game series on Sunday night...

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  4. C.C. Sabathia Exits in Second Inning With Tightness in Left Biceps

    C.C. Sabathia left after just one and a third innings on a warm Sunday afternoon in Florida. The reason for his departure was tightness in his left biceps. Sabathia labored through the first...

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  5. The Miseducation of Major League Baseball

    The Wall Street Journal published a story recently about the amount of college education, or lack thereof, in Major League Baseball...

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  6. Saturday Night Baseball: Elder Weaver Wins, Dodgers Beat Angels, 6-4

    The brothers’ Weaver squared off on Saturday night with their parents Gail and Dave anxiously watching, as the two teams from Los Angeles met at Angel Stadium...

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  7. Los Angeles Dodgers Recall James McDonald From Albuquerque

    The Los Angeles Dodgers recalled RHP James McDonald from triple-A Albuquerque and sent down RHP Travis Schlichting. McDonald was named the Pacific Coast League Player of the Week for Jun...

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  8. Dodgers-Angels: A Showdown Between the Brothers Weaver

    Saturday will mark just the 21st time in Major League history that brothers will face-off against each other as opposing starting pitchers...

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  9. San Diego Padres Send RHP Chris Young to DL

    The San Diego Padres got another dose of bad news, Friday. They placed starting pitcher Chris Young on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to Jun. 15. The 6'10" right-hander joins teammate and Padres' ace Jake Peavy on the DL...

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  10. Dodgers-A's: Loretta Bounces Game-Winning Single, LA Tops Oakland 3-2

    The Los Angeles Dodgers scrapped out a 3-2 win Thursday night again the Oakland Athletics. The A’s (28-37) ran out yet another impressive young rookie starter...

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  11. Padres-Mariners: Career Day for Adrian Gonzalez Lifts Friars, 4-3

    The San Diego Padres defeated the Seattle Mariners 4-3 Thursday afternoon in the rubber match of a three-game series...

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  12. Inside the Numbers: What To Anticipate from the Los Angeles Dodgers

    It’s no secret that the Los Angeles Dodgers (43-23) hold the majors' best record. They have been in first place in the NL West for 66 consecutive days and have a nine-game lead over the San Francisco Giants...

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  13. Dodgers-A's: Matt Kemp's Late-Inning Heroics Lift Dodgers Past A's, 5-4

    The Cardiac Kids did it again. The Los Angeles Dodgers (43-22) improved their record in one-run games to a major league best 15-5 as they found a way to come from behind and beat the visiting Oakland Athletics (27-36)...

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  14. Three's Company: Wallach Family Runs Deep in Dodgers' Organization

    Thirty years ago, Tim Wallach led the Cal State Fullerton Titans to the 1979 College World Series Championship. Tim’s efforts in the ’79 season earned him the coveted Golden Spikes ...

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  15. Dodgers' Sunday: Casey Blake Power's Los Angeles Past Texas Rangers, 6-3

    Casey Blake went 2-for-4 with four RBI as the Los Angeles Dodgers (42-22) took the rubber match against the Texas Rangers (35-27) on Sunday afternoon...

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  16. Dodgers' Gameday: First Place Showdown in Texas

    Friday night the Los Angeles Dodgers will kick off their nine-game interleague road trip with a stop in Arlington, TX. The three-game series will be the first meeting for the two teams sine 2001...

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  17. 2009 MLB Draft: Recap of The Dodgers' Selections

    The 2009 MLB first year-player draft took place this past Tuesday and Wednesday in Secaucus, NJ. The Los Angeles Dodgers made 51 selections. Here is a quick recap of the ’09 draft action for the Dodgers: No...

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  18. Wednesday Night Baseball: Correia Brilliant As Padres Top Dodgers, 3-1

    The Padres spoiled the last day of a nine-game home stand for the Dodgers, winning 3-1 on Wednesday night. Kevin Kouzmanoff got things started with an infield single that scored Tony Gwynn...

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  19. Jason Marquis: Consistently Inconsistent; Consumers Should Stay Away

    In the past week some attention has been given to the fact that Jason Marquis, at 8-4, could be a potential addition for a contender at the trading deadline...

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  20. Los Angeles-San Diego: Dodgers' Power Surge Jolts Friars, 6-4

    The Los Angeles Dodgers (40-20) continued their divisional domination in a game of punch/counter-punch with the San Diego Padres (27-31) Tuesday night. The Padres jumped out on top early, wasting no time in attacking Dodgers' starter Chad Billingsley...

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  21. Dreaming of Better Days: When Position Players Take the Mound

    No situation brings more fun to the diamond than when a position player is called on to pitch. Josh Wilson’s third career appearance on Sunday got me thinking about other position players who have taken the mound...

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  22. Tiger Woods' 10 Most Memorable Wins of the 2000s

    This past Sunday afternoon, we once again saw Tiger Woods amazing ability. Woods had to overcome a four-stroke deficit heading into the final round to win his fourth career Memorial crown...

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  23. A Look into the Future: The 2009 MLB Playoffs

    Here we go. We're more than one-third of the way through the season and it's time to look into the future. You may be asking: why so early with the predictions? Well, this year is shaping up to be filled with middle-of-the-pack teams...

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  24. Jonathan Broxton: The Most Underrated Pitcher in Baseball

    When discussing the best relief pitchers in baseball, you will rarely hear Jonathan Broxton’s name arise...

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  25. Evolution of the Pitching Staff: Why Randy Johnson Is the Last to Win 300

    Randy Johnson won his 300th career game on Thursday afternoon. I hope you had the DVR set, because Johnson will be the last pitcher we ever see reaching the 300-win milestone...

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