1. Nationals Attempting to Trade for Athletics' Ryan Madson, Sean Doolittle

    The Washington Nationals , in an attempt to bolster their bullpen, are reportedly eyeing Oakland A's relievers Ryan Madson and Sean Doolittle in deadline deals, according to Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal ...

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  2. Ryan Braun Sets Milwaukee Brewers Record for Grand Slams

    Milwaukee Brewers star left fielder Ryan Braun crushed a grand slam off Philadelphia Phillies starter Nick Pivetta to cap off an eight-run second inning during the team's 9-6 victory Friday...

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  3. Jeff Samardzija Trade Rumors: Astros Reportedly Exploring Move for Giants RHP

    The Houston Astros have identified San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija as a potential trade target before the deadline...

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  4. Sonny Gray Trade Rumors: Indians Reportedly Interested in A's Pitcher

    With Major League Baseball's trade deadline just over two weeks away, the Cleveland Indians are reportedly one of the teams looking at Oakland Athletics starter Sonny Gray ...

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  5. Pablo Sandoval Rumors: Reunion with SF Giants Reportedly Possibility

    One day after the Boston Red Sox announced they had designated Pablo Sandoval for assignment, there was word the two-time All-Star could return to the San Francisco Giants ...

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  6. Diamondbacks Reportedly Interested in J.D. Martinez Trade

    The Arizona Diamondbacks are reportedly interested in Detroit Tigers outfielder J.D. Martinez ahead of the MLB trade deadline...

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  7. Tim Tebow Not Likely to Be Called Up by Mets, According to GM Sandy Alderson

    New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson is shooting down any hopes fans might have of seeing Tim Tebow in Major League Baseball when rosters expand in September...

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  8. Pirates Fan Chucks Cardinals Home Run Ball into the Allegheny River

    A devoted Pirates fan knew exactly what to do with a Cardinals home run ball Friday night. Making it a keepsake wasn't exactly on the list...

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  9. Yasiel Puig Hits 449-Foot Home Run vs. Miami Marlins

    Los Angeles Dodgers right fielder Yasiel Puig sent the ball soaring through Marlins Park with a far-reaching homer Friday night...

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  10. Milwaukee Brewers Take Franchise's Largest All-Star Break Lead into 2nd Half

    The Milwaukee Brewers kick off the second half of their season Friday evening when they begin a three-game series against the Philadelphia Phillies . Following a 50-41 first half, the Brewers hold a 5...

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  11. Las Vegas Saves over $100K After Cubs Fans Don't Cash World Series Bets

    Chicago Cubs fans apparently value memorabilia over dollar signs. According to ESPN.com’s David Purdum , over 30 percent of bets placed on the Chicago Cubs to win last year’s World Series were not cashed in by the May deadline...

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  12. Pablo Sandoval Was a $95M Disaster with Red Sox, but Was Boston the Problem?

    Pablo Sandoval was 28 years old when he signed that big deal with the Boston Red Sox . I'm not sure what that is in panda years, but it turns out a panda ages quickly at Fenway Park...

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  13. 'Jeopardy!' Contestant Guesses Cubs Hall of Famer Hack Wilson Hit 191 HR in 1930

    Good effort, Gavin. During an episode of Jeopardy! this week, one contestant guessed that Chicago Cubs Hall of Fame center fielder Hack Wilson belted 191 home runs in 1930...

    Thomas Duffy Written by Thomas Duffy about 7 days ago 9,447 reads 0 comments

  14. Sonny Gray Reportedly Still on Cubs' Radar After Jose Quintana Trade

    The Chicago Cubs are reportedly pursuing additional pitching reinforcements even after they closed a deal with the Chicago White Sox for Jose Quintana on Thursday...

    Alec Nathan Written by Alec Nathan about 7 days ago 28,543 reads 0 comments

  15. Francisco Rodriguez Reportedly Released by Nationals

    Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reported Friday that the Washington Nationals released veteran reliever Francisco Rodriguez . K-Rod was released by the Detroit Tigers in June and signed to a minor-league contract by the Nats shortly thereafter...

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  16. Michael Pineda Likely to Undergo Tommy John Surgery on Elbow Injury

    The injury woes for Michael Pineda continue, as it was announced Friday that the New York Yankees pitcher has a partial UCL tear in his right elbow, according to Scout.com's Max Wildstein ...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 7 days ago 12,317 reads 0 comments

  17. Aaron Judge's HS Football Coach and QB on the Yankees Slugger's 17-TD Season

    To Mike Huber, Aaron Judge ’s decision seemed like a simple math equation. Huber, Judge’s high school football coach, had seen the offer letters flow in from the likes of Notre Dame, Stanford and UCLA...

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  18. Pablo Sandoval Designated for Assignment by Red Sox

    The Boston Red Sox announced Friday that they have designated third baseman Pablo Sandoval for assignment. Sandoval, 30, slashed .212/269/.354 with four home runs and 12 RBI through his first 32 appearances this season...

    Alec Nathan Written by Alec Nathan about 7 days ago 271,903 reads 0 comments

  19. MLB Midseason Position Power Rankings: B/R's Top 30 Outfielders

    The MLB landscape is overflowing with young, superstar-caliber talent, and nowhere is that more evident than in the outfield...

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  20. Chicago Cubs vs. Baltimore Orioles: Odds, Analysis, MLB Betting Pick

    Two teams that struggled in the first half of the season will try to right the ship when they open a three-game series in Baltimore on Friday, as the Orioles (42-46) host the Chicago Cubs (43-45) in a near-pick'em matchup...

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  21. Minnesota Twins vs. Houston Astros: Odds, Analysis, MLB Betting Pick

    The Houston Astros (60-29) begin the second half of the season by hosting the Minnesota Twins (45-43) as big favorites for Friday's series opener at online sports betting sites...

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  22. New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox Odds, Analysis, MLB Betting Pick

    The Boston Red Sox (50-39) will host the New York Yankees (45-41) in a key American League East series in the first of four games to kick off the second half of the season Friday as small home favorites at the sportsbooks ...

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  23. Deal or No Deal: MLB Trade Predictions 2 Weeks from the Deadline

    The Chicago Cubs kickstarted the 2017 MLB trade season Thursday when they sent a package including their top two prospects to the Chicago White Sox for coveted left-hander Jose Quintana...

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  24. Mike Trout to Be Activated from DL by Angels After Thumb Injury

    The Los Angeles Angels are expected to activate Mike Trout from the disabled list Friday in the team's return from the All-Star break, per Maria I. Guardado of MLB .com...

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  25. MLB Sets Record for Home Runs Prior to All-Star Break

    Major League Baseball entered the weekend's All-Star break collecting 3,343 home runs as a whole. The output broke the previous record of 3,312 set in 2000 for most first-half home runs, per Sportsnet Stats ...

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