1. Tigers, Mariners Set MLB Strikeout Record for 3-Game Series with 82

    No two teams have ever struck out in a series as many times as the Detroit Tigers and Seattle Mariners just did...

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  2. Bryce Harper Upset at the Sale of His Opening Day Jersey

    Bryce Harper's game-worn opening day jersey was auctioned off, and the Nats slugger is not happy about it. Based on the above screen grab tweeted by Harper, the jersey sold for just over $13,000...

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  3. Shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria to 15-Day DL

    Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond didn't spend much time trying to figure out how one suffers an elbow bruise making a throw during batting practice. "At this point, I just shake my head and move on," Redmond said...

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  4. Jose Fernandez Gets Lit Up InÂ’ Loss to Reds

    Jose Fernandez is normally light on his feet. The rookie hurler hops across the foul line after he completes an inning and bounds out of the dugout when he is set to start another. But there was no bounce in his step after Thursday's fourth inning...

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  5. McCann's Rehab Delayed by Sore Wrist

    Braves catcher Brian McCann's preparations for a injury-rehab assignment have been delayed at least a day or two by a sore right wrist, which general manager Frank Wren said was unrelated to his Oct...

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  6. Freeman Could Be Activated Monday

    First baseman Freddie Freeman is scheduled to play three injury-rehab games for Triple-A Gwinnett this weekend and could rejoin the Braves on Monday in Colorado ...

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  7. Hudson Going for Career Win No. 200 Friday

    Tim Hudson grew up an Atlanta Braves fan in Phenix City, Ala., watched the vaunted staff of Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and John Smoltz through his college years, and now has a chance to join their elite company...

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  8. Braves Weighing Stint on DL for Avilan

    Reliever Luis Avilan is making progress with his strained left hamstring but still felt it trying to run in the outfield on Thursday and isn't yet ready to pitch...

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  9. TC: Mets Might Have to Consider Wheeler, Young Arms 'Pretty Soon'

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  10. Mets Top Prospect Travis d'Arnaud Fractures Left Foot, Will Be Evaluated Today

    Mets catching prospect Travis d'Arnaud suffered a non-displaced fracture of the first metatarsal in his left foot playing for Triple-A Las Vegas Wednesday, General Manager Sandy Alderson announced today...

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  11. Shaun Marcum Throws Four Hitless Innings in Rehab Start

    Shaun Marcum threw 41 pitches over four hitless innings in an extended spring training game today at the Mets ' complex in Port St. Lucie, Fla., as he continues he rehabilitation process from nerve inflammation in his neck...

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  12. Mets Lose to Rockies, 11-3, in Series Finale

    A dejected Terry Collins sat in the visiting manager's office at Coors Field, where he spent the week fielding more questions about weather than baseball, and expressed a sense of relief ...

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  13. Matt Harvey Looking Forward to Matching Up Against Stephen Strasburg

    Matt Harvey wasn't around when Dwight Gooden emerged and captivated baseball in 1984. But the 24-year-old right-hander has read about Gooden's Friday night performances in Queens, where ...

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  14. Brown 'A Lot Better' but Sits in Favor of Galvis

    Domonic Brown said he is ready to play. He left Wednesday's game in Cincinnati because of soreness in his lower back...

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  15. Phillies Call Up Savery for Injured Lannan

    The Phillies recalled lefty Joe Savery from the Triple A Lehigh Valley IronPigs Thursday night to replace injured John Lannan, who was placed on the 15-day disabled list earlier in the day (see story)...

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  16. Phillies Move Struggling Revere Out of Leadoff Spot

    Charlie Manuel had been thinking about it for a few days. After Ben Revere went 0 for 12 in the Reds series, he didn't have to think about it any longer...

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  17. John Lannan Expected to Miss 6 to 8 Weeks

    Phillies starter John Lannan will likely miss six to eight weeks with a quad strain near his knee, manager Charlie Manuel said Thursday night before the Phillies-Cards game...

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  18. Suns or Not, Jermaine O'Neal Plans to Play Next Season

    Jermaine O'Neal Jr. turns seven in a couple of weeks. He is not ready for his dad to retire. "He asked me was I going to play again," the elder O'Neal said, relaying a recent conversation with his son...

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  19. Suns' Gortat: Young Guys Think They're Better Than They Really Are

    If someone told you the Phoenix Suns kind of gave up on the 2012-13 season, chances are good that wouldn't be much of a surprise. The team won just 25 of 82 games, and were barely competitive in many of them...

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  20. Report: Hunter Did Not Fare Well in End of Season Evaluations

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  21. Men's Basketball Inks Gordon

    University of Arizona men's basketball coach Sean Miller announced Wednesday that Aaron Gordon has signed a National Letter-of-Intent to attend the school and play basketball. Gordon is expected to enroll in July...

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  22. UA Basketball: Why Jerrett May Have Left Wildcats

    There's one question above all being asked about Grant Jerrett's decision to turn professional: Why? Anytime somebody leaves without being assured of a first-round NBA pick, which ...

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  23. Grant Jerrett Declares for NBA Draft

    University of Arizona men's basketball player Grant Jerrett has decided to make himself eligible for the 2013 NBA Draft...

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  24. Format of Syracuse Spring Football Game Remains Work in Progress

    Syracuse takes the field Saturday inside the Carrier Dome for its annual spring game, but the format of that game is still up in the air...

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  25. Coaches Pleased with Progress from Young Tight Ends

    During last Sunday's practice, Syracuse spent a chunk of time working on double-teaming defensive lineman. An offensive tackle and a tight end would line up next to each other and ...

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