1. 'The Game's Better When They're Hated': MLB Reacts to Yankees' Stanton Trade

    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Late night. Chatter echoing. Beers cold and bourbon neat. Psst, wanna know what the industry really thinks of the mighty New York Yankees flexing ...

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  2. Giancarlo Stanton-Aaron Judge Duo Completes Yankees' Next-Gen Dynasty Core

    Crack open every superlative you can think of: Bronx Bombers, Yankees dynasty, Jeter the Jerk...oh wait, that last one slipped in there somehow from South Florida, but don't you mind that...

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  3. Shohei Ohtani Joins Mike Trout in Perfect Spot to Maximize 2-Way MLB Stardom

    It's a long way from Tokyo Disneyland to the Disneyland in Anaheim, but it's going to be an incredibly short distance now from Shohei Ohtani to Mike Trout in the Los Angeles Angels lineup...

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  4. Remembering Baseball Legend Roy Halladay: Friend, Father, 5 a.m. Workout Warrior

    What I remember most is the early mornings, spring of 2010. This was away from the noise of Roy Halladay 's two Cy Young awards, eight All-Star appearances and the absolute brilliance ...

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  5. George Springer, Elite Young Core Turn Houston 'Lastros' into 1st-Time Champs

    LOS ANGELES — Ten days ago, forget a title—the Houston Astros had never won so much as a World Series game since the year of their inception in 1962...

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  6. Yu Darvish Can Avenge Game 3 Nightmare, Become World Series Game 7 Hero

    LOS ANGELES — Yu Darvish patiently explained Tuesday why he declined Yuli Gurriel's offer to personally and privately apologize to him over the weekend in Houston. Wouldn't you know it...

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  7. Home Run Wars: MLB's Stars Tell You How to Properly Hype a World Series Dinger

    LOS ANGELES — Astronaut Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon in 1969. Astros shortstop Carlos Correa became the first man to nearly bat-flip to the moon during a World Series game in 2017...

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  8. Yu Darvish Making Millions by the Pitch as the Kershaw Sidekick Dodgers Needed

    HOUSTON — All he knew when he showed up in Los Angeles over the summer was that Clayton Kershaw was on ice...

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  9. Kike Hernandez's Heroics Inspire MLB Family, Puerto Ricans Devastated by Maria

    LOS ANGELES — Wheels up. It wouldn't be long now. Three epic home runs behind him and a historic World Series in front of him, Enrique Hernandez paused amid the champagne and chaos...

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  10. If the Dodgers Can't Win the World Series Now, Maybe They Never Will

    LOS ANGELES — All over town, all summer long, expectations expanded along with the Los Angeles Dodgers ' record, growing ever larger until they delivered themselves into the aisles of the city's grocery stores and steamed into coffee shops...

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  11. Astros' Huge Game 7 Win Dedicated to Houston After Hurricane Harvey's Terror

    HOUSTON — History summoned on a muggy Saturday night, and it wasn't the mighty New York Yankees it was calling...

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  12. $265M Dodgers Finally Step Up to End 29-Year Pennant Drought

    CHICAGO — Thump! went Enrique Hernandez's bat, pop! went the Champagne and vroom! went the Los Angeles bus. Rapidly...

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  13. Puig Being Puig Is Back: Bat Flips, Tongue Wags Turn Problem Child to Catalyst

    Turns out Yasiel Puig—the bat-licking, tongue-wagging, arm-flapping, electricity-generating, sensation-creating, Los Angeles Dodgers -igniting superstar-turned-bust-turned-superstar again—is just like you and me...

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  14. Nationals' Latest Choke Ruins Best World Series Chance of Bryce Harper Era

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Cataloguing the Washington Nationals ' monumental postseason flops has become such a gargantuan task, clearly the government must create a new federal agency just to keep up...

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  15. Yankees' Historic Comeback Shows This Team Has Makings of Old Dynasty's Magic

    CLEVELAND — He speaks four languages, paints and sketches on road trips and spent two weeks last January giving baseball clinics in three different New Zealand cities...

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  16. Justin Turner Has Completed His Rise from MLB Castoff to Heart of the Dodgers

    Skillfully having knocked out hit after hit all evening, the ginger man wearing the No. 10 Dodgers jersey with the name "Turner" lettered across the back now stood alone in the ...

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  17. Once Ignored by MLB, 5'6" Superstar Jose Altuve May Now Be Its MVP

    HOUSTON — Like gravity and Tex-Mex, Jose Altuve is a force of nature who tugs people in his direction. Old Houston Astros have felt this phenomenon for years. New Houston Astros, like Justin Verlander, feel it immediately upon arrival...

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  18. B/R's 2017 MLB Postseason Primer: Your Complete October Viewing Guide

    We've placed so many expectations on Washington, D.C., lately, and so little is getting done that it's embarrassing. We've expected results. We've gotten nothing. We've waited for significant achievements...

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  19. Former All-Star Carl Crawford Is Making $21.9M to Not Play, and He's OK with It

    HOUSTON — The big iron gates swing open, and from the front door on the other end of the long concrete driveway a voice cheerfully hollers, "Come on in!" It is late on a Saturday ...

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  20. As Giancarlo Stanton Chases Roger Maris' 61 HR Mark, Roger Maris Jr. Cheers

    Roger Maris Jr. was listening. He always listens. Because as long as there is baseball and as long as there are home runs, if he listens hard enough, his father is still close to him...

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  21. 'It's Damned Near Impossible': Inside the Indians' Unforgettable Win Streak

    When they pummeled Boston ace Chris Sale for seven runs to snap a two-game losing streak Aug. 24, the Cleveland Indians felt pretty good about themselves...

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  22. Risk-It-All Justin Verlander Trade Gives Astros Best WS Hope in 56-Year History

    That wasn't an eclipse on this hot August night; it was a meteor streaking across the sky. Straight from Michigan to Texas. Justin Verlander is galloping back into a pennant race...

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  23. Destroying Chairs and Blasting Rap: MLB Families Suffer in 9th-Inning Pressure

    Two years ago, closer AJ Ramos thoughtfully purchased his father a new leather recliner. He felt it was the least he could do, being that the arms on the old one were shredded as ...

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  24. Miguel Sano Overcame Death of Child, Suicidal Thoughts to Reach MLB Superstardom

    Chirp, chirp , true story: As Minnesota Twins slugger Miguel Sano arrived at Target Field one day earlier this season, he spotted a bird in the grass. The bird seemed a little weak...

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  25. Sonny Gray Blockbuster Is Big Yankees Win Both Now and for Bright Future

    There is only one possible way Sonny Gray is not a fit with the New York Yankees: He is but a wee lad of 5'10". I mean, have you seen these Yankees? They're enormous...

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