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Brian Anderson suffers hand fracture on hit-by-pitch
Anderson is likely out for the rest of the season after fracturing his hand on a 93-m.p.h. fastball during Friday's 19-11 win over the Phillies.
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Video: Ronald Acuña Jr. second-youngest to join 30-30 club
Acuña joins Mike Trout as one of just two players under 22 years old to hit the 30-home run, 30-stolen base mark in a single season.
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Chasen Bradford to miss season after Tommy John surgery
Bradford will likely be sidelined through the 2020 season after undergoing elbow surgery last week.
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Bryce Harper is on paternity leave
I'm wondering if he pronounces the word "baby" "bébé."
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Consider the Concrete Donut
Three Rivers Stadium and its ilk are gone. Have we lost something as a consequence?
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Giolito, Darvish putting right foot forward
Rotoworld's D.J. Short explains why Yu Darvish, Lucas Giolito, Michael Pineda, and Brad Keller are two-start pitchers to hold on to in your Fantasy leagues.
Tom Brady’s bid to trademark ‘Tom Terrific’ rejected
Tom Seaver gets his 312th win.
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MLB bans players from participating in Venezuelan Winter League
The move was made in an effort to comply with Trump Administration sanctions placed on the country.
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Thursday’s Scores and Highlights
Another walkoff win at Chavez Ravine for the Dodgers
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Orioles set record with 259th home run allowed
Baltimore's pitching staff has set an ignominious record, allowing now 260 home runs this season with 34 games left in the season.
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Rays shut down Brandon Lowe for remainder of 2019
Rays second baseman Brandon Lowe was on a minor league rehab assignment when he suffered a new injury that will end his 2019 season.
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Bryce Harper letting his haters be his motivators
When the Phillies go on the road, and even sometimes at home, outfielder Bryce Harper is a magnet for hecklers. Fans have been chanting things like “overrated” at him. But it hasn’t really...
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When the Astros lose, Las Vegas wins
The Houston Astros were favored by sports books more heavily than any baseball team has been favored in any game in the past 15 years, so of course the Detroit Tigers won the game.
Astros defend barring reporter from clubhouse
Houston puts the ball squarely in MLB's and the BBWAA's court.
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Blue Jays’ minor league pay raises making a difference
The Blue Jays broke the mold, making their own decision to raise their minor league players' salaries by 50 percent this year. It has made a difference in the players' lives.
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Royals travel to Boston to play for 12 minutes
But it was worth it.
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Pirates release Francisco Cervelli
Cervelli had been on a rehab assignment following his sixth concussion of his major league career
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Ballplayers never know what day it is
An occupational hazard
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Astros block Detroit Free Press from clubhouse at Justin Verlander’s request
This was in clear violation of BBWAA-MLB agreements. What gives?
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Wednesday’s Scores and Highlights
The Tigers win in a huge upset. But let's be sure we know what we're talking about when we say "upset" in baseball.
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Robinson Chirinos thrown out to end game trying to complete cycle
Robinson Chirinos was thrown out to end the game attempting to put the tying run on third base, which would have also given him the cycle.
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Lucas Giolito earns second shutout of season
White Sox starter Lucas Giolito earned his second shutout of the season on Wednesday, blanking an otherwise powerful Twins offense.
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Cubs shut Brandon Morrow down for year
Reliever Brandon Morrow will end 2019 having not thrown a pitch for the Cubs after suffering a setback during a rehab assignment.
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Jeff Samardzija thinks player options should be changed
Giants pitcher Jeff Samardzija, who just reached 10 years of service time, is concerned about protecting the rights of younger players whose service time is being manipulated much more heavily.
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Mariners lose on walk-off wild pitch
Matt Magill faced five batters in the ninth inning on Wednesday afternoon, retiring none of them. The Rays walked off 7-6 winners on a wild pitch.
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Knee sprain sends Brian McCann to injured list
Braves catcher Brian McCann was placed on the injured list, allowing for the return of catching prospect Alex Jackson.
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Gas station sexual enhancement pills are apparently a PED problem now
The supplements are apparently quite popular among ballplayers
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Rockies starter Jon Gray is out for the year
He fractured his foot . . . somehow.
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Roger Clemens says he’s not running for Congress
In other news, apparently people wanted Roger Clemens to run for Congress?
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Tuesday’s Scores and Highlights
Michael Conforto hit a big blast to keep the Mets humming along
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Grudge continues to fester between Braves, Marlins
About a year after a benches-clearing incident between the Braves and Marlins over a Ronald Acuña Jr. HBP, the grudge continued to fester. Acuña was once again hit on the first pitch of the game.
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Chris Archer exits start after one inning due to right shoulder discomfort
Pirates starter Chris Archer exited Tuesday's start against the Nationals due to discomfort in his right shoulder.
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Carlos Correa likely headed to injured list again
Astros shortstop Carlos Correa is likely headed to the injured list again, this time due to a back injury.
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Hunter Strickland injured in weight room accident
Nationals reliever Hunter Strickland was injured in a weight room accident on Tuesday evening ahead of a game against the Pirates.
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Robert Gsellman diagnosed with partial lat tear
Mets reliever Robert Gsellman has a partial tear of the lat muscle and won't pitch for a while, perhaps for the rest of the season.
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Mike Trout hits career-high 42nd home run
Mike Trout set a career-high on Tuesday, belting his 42nd home run of the season. He's also now tied for the major league lead in dingers.
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Buy Hudson, sell Kikuchi, hold Griffin
Between Nationals' Daniel Hudson, Mariners' Yusei Kikuchi, and Angels' Griffin Canning, Rotoworld's D.J. Short gives you the scoop on who to buy, sell, or hold.
It's time to buy McMahon, sell Davis
Rotoworld's D.J. Short explains why it's time to buy Rockies' Ryan McMahon, sell A's Khris Davis, and hold Twins' C.J. Cron.
Carlos Carrasco pitches during game action
Carrasco was diagnosed with leukemia earlier this summer
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Report: Octavio Dotel, Luis Castillo arrested in Dominican Republic
Octavio Dotel and Luis Castillo each had 15-year big league careers.
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Blue Jays minor leaguer T.J. Zeuch throws no-hitter
Zeuch, 24, who is 6'7" but is a pitch-to-contact guy, was making his 11th Triple-A start.
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Yankees sign Trevor Rosenthal
Rosenthal has had a disastrous 2019, but he is a no-risk proposition for the Yankees
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Braves become latest team to extend protective netting
The Braves are the eleventh team to announce such an extension since May
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Monday’s Scores and Highlights
Juan Soto reached base five times as the Nats put up double-digit runs yet again.
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Cardinals bullpen loses combined no-hit bid with two outs in eighth inning
After Dakota Hudson tossed 6 2/3 no-hit innings against the Brewers, the Cardinals' bullpen lost it with two outs in the eighth.
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Nomar Mazara exits game with oblique injury
Rangers outfielder Nomar Mazara appeared to suffer an oblique injury when he reached on an error in the first inning Monday night.
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Sale likely done for rest of regular season
Red Sox starter Chris Sale is likely done for the regular season -- and also likely the playoffs -- after receiving a platelet-rich plasma injection in his left elbow.
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Braves claim Billy Hamilton off waivers from Royals
The Braves claimed speedy outfielder Billy Hamilton off waivers from the Royals on Monday.
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Report: Athletics calling up A.J. Puk
The Athletics will reportedly promote pitching prospect A.J. Puk ahead of Tuesday's series opener against the Yankees.
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Goose Gossage, Pete Rose and ‘unwatchable baseball’
When Goose Gossage and Pete Rose make valid points, something's wrong.
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