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Jose Fernandez thew six scoreless innings against the Mets last night but it was all for nothing as New York walked-off via a tenth inning homer. Plus links on Giancarlo Stanton and Justin Nicolino. Marlins News

Preview: 2016 Season - Game 132 - Marlins at Mets - Koehler vs Lugo - 7:10 PM Game 132 - Miami Marlins (67-64, 34-32 Road) at New York Mets (67-64, 34-31 Home) Probable Pitchers: MIA - Tom Koehler (9-9, 3.85 ERA) vs NYM -

Even for a franchise with more than 100 years of history, Mookie Betts' season stands out among the all-time greats. Not to state the obvious, but Mookie Betts is pretty damn good at baseball. Monday night saw him reach 30 homers on the se...

The Astros blanked the A's on Monday night, taking the first match-up in a three-game set that will lead into the toughest two weeks of their schedule. The Astros won their sixth shutout of the season on decent Joe...

Despite giving it a remarkable run late, Mahoning Valley saw its Pinckney Division title hopes lost as the State College Spikes officially eliminated the Scrappers on Saturday night with their win over Auburn. That the Scrappers were even in a ....

Today’s links look at the team’s bullpen struggles, David Ortiz’s MVP chances, and Dustin Pedroia’s amazing 2016. The Red Sox were undone by a poor bullpen performance again on Sunday. Something needs to be done to fix this. (

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Late night oof. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game There wasn't much to write home about in the positives column for the Cincinnati Reds on Monday, as the

Stability in the organization is a good thing. Also, that Eugene club is the best ever. [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible...

The passing of Gene Wilder was announced via a very touching letter from his nephew. My introduction to Wilder was as a kid seeing Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Later in life I learned that the name of the movie was changed from Charlie ...


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Computers Continue to Hate The Royals
Its that time of year again. When we all sit back and digest our teams chances of making the playoffs. The only problem is, there are dozens of varying opinions on just how legitimate of a shot any given team has.  The saber driven websites s...

Brandon Guyer Has Been More Than Just A Guy
When the Indians traded for Andrew Miller, fans knew the team would be aggressive until the deadline passed. With a trade for Jonathan Lucroy reportedly agreed to the same day, the Indians were likely to be done wheeling and dealing. ... Read More

San Diego Padres: Luis Perdomo is Part of the Future
Luis Perdomo was a Rule 5 Draft pick for the San Diego Padres pitching in Single-A only a few months ago.  Now he is showing he has the potential to be a part of their big league team for years to come as the Padres rebuild. Luis Perdomo is a na...

Boston Red Sox: Mookie Betts Joins An Elite Club
On Monday night, Boston Red Sox outfielder, and 2016 All-Star, Mookie Betts clubbed his 30th home run of the season. He joined two Red Sox legends in a small club of three. In the bottom of the second inning of Monday’s 9-4 win over the Tam...

Rotation Realignment: DeGrom Will Start Friday, Syndergaard Pushed To Saturday
Jacob deGrom will return to the rotation on Friday when the New York Mets open up a three game series against the Washington Nationals. Originally schedule to pitch tonight against the Miami Marlins, the Mets opted to give him and additional four...

Mets Banking That Extra Rest Will Right Jacob deGrom
Jacob deGrom didn’t start last night because GM Sandy Alderson and manager Terry Collins believe he’s been off his last two starts – 13 runs on 25 hits – due to fatigue. Let’s hope they are right, because if it is anything else the M...

Jake Arrieta, Amazing Foul Balls, and a Zip Code Run Down
The wildest of the wild last night might have happened when Jake Arrieta was still in the game. [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not ...

Theo Epstein Reiterates that Kyle Schwarber is Not Coming Back This Year
The dream was fun while it lasted, but Spring 2017 remains the target. [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible. I hope you unde...

Olney: Yanks have been aggressive making waiver claims
According to Buster Olney (subs. req’d), the Yankees have been aggressively claiming players on trade waivers this month. Obviously none of those claims have led to a trade. Olney says the Orioles in particular are looking to add pieces, pr...

Cubs Minor League Outfielder Lane Adams Takes Home Southern League Player of the Week Award
Outfielder Lane Adams named Southern League Player of the Week Minor League Baseball announced Monday its players and pitchers of the week (Aug. 22-28), and Double-A Tennessee’s Lane Adams was named the Southern League Player of the Week. Adams...

Blog Kiosk: 8/30/2016 Dodgers Links - Puig, Bellinger and Adrian Gonzalez
Before the start of the misery that was yeste...

MLB Scores: Mets 2, Marlins 1
The offensive woes continued for the Marlins as they couldn't back a solid start from Jose Fernandez, falling 2-1 in extras against the Mets. Miami has lost its offense and answers are nowhere to be found. It is as simple as that. In a g...

Miami Marlins morning news: strong Fernandez start wasted
Jose Fernandez thew six scoreless innings against the Mets last night but it was all for nothing as New York walked-off via a tenth inning homer. Plus links on Giancarlo Stanton and Justin Nicolino. Marlins News

September Callups: Who will get the call?
Roster expansion is right around the corner. Who will we see wearing a Padres uniform next month? For most of the season, MLB rosters are limited to 25 men, with the occasional 26th spot for a doubleheader. In September, the 25-man limit ...

Pittsburgh Pirates Top 20 2016 PRE-SEASON prospects in review
We reach the end of the pre-season prospect list review process with the Pittsburgh Pirates. Remember, this is the PRE-SEASON list. This is not a new list. These are pre-season ...

How do you solve a problem like Matthew Cain?
How do you throw a ball and get an out? Matt Cain made a rehab start in Fresno for the River Cats on Saturday, and it did not go well. The line was already not encouraging – 5 IP, 10 H, 6 R (4 ER), 4 K, 2 BB – but then you have this wor...

State of the Farm: 8/30/16
Let's talk progress Over the course of the season, I've had the pleasure of covering several different aspects of the farm system. Between new players finding their footing, forgotten prospects plopping themselves squarely back on the rada...

It’s the pitching, stupid
As the Mariners have struggled over the past week against the AL's finest, it's pretty clear where their biggest weakness remains. The Mariners’ season is dying. Again. It feels as though there have...

Cincinnati Reds links - Joey Votto an underrated all time great
Tuesday links! After Tuesday's 1 for 4 evening against the Los Angeles Angels, Joey Votto's 2016 OPS sat at a lofty ....

Paulino Joins Long List of Hillcats to Win Player of the Week Award
Another week, another piece of hardware for a member of the Lynchburg Hillcats as outfielder Dorssys Paulino‘s tear at the plate earned him the Carolina League Player of the Week honor for games played between August 22 and August 28. ... R...


 
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