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More dingers in this Phillies-Mets series. The Phillies get swept. Harang continues being not good. Watch the Ken Burns documentary and you'll hear about 29 different writers, players, and announcers wax poetic about how the absence of a c...

Apparently the Red Sox are thinking of not picking up Clay Buchholz's team option. That would not be smart. The coming winter is going to be one of the busiest and most fascinating offseasons in recent memory. Dave Dombrowski has a lot to f...

Kansas City, Mo. – After a 1 hour and 35 minute rain delay, Ace Ventura (with the win now 9-7) not only took the mound, but he owned it. He struck out a career high 11 batters (9 via curveball) in just 6 innings while walking 4 and allowing only...

The Tigers come to town tonight to start a 3 game series. The Tigers 60-66 heading into the series, tied for 3rd in the AL Central, 17 games back of the

It’s astonishing, every single day the Mets are finding new ways to win. It used to be the exact opposite, but now it’s pretty safe to say that these Mets are an unstoppable force. For those fans who never stopped believing and saw thi...

1983 – The Cleveland Indians trade starting pitcher Len Barker to the Atlanta Braves for players to be named later and $150,000. The eighth-year pro Barker was in his fifth season with the Indians after spending his first three years ... Read ...

The 23-year old starter has been on the disabled list with a right biceps injury. Miami remains hopeful Jose Fernandez will pitch again in 2015. Fernandez has been on the disabled list with a right bice...

The Orioles' road trip continues as they head to Arlington, TX for a three game series against the Rangers. The Story So Far: You know what's weird about this team? Before the season started, if you had given a prediction for how things ...

Today's links look at a possible outfield trio for 2016, Blake Swihart being willing to play new positions, and a possible deal coming soon. Should the Red Sox roll with a Mookie Betts, Jackie Bradley, Rusney Castillo outfield next year? (

Yelich is experiencing knee discomfort once again. Plus notes on Giancarlo Stanton and Dee Gordon. Marlins News Miami was hopeful Christian Yelcih would remain healthy for the rest of the season after rec...


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Fate Deals Nationals A Fatal Blow?
Fate may have dealt the Washington Nationals a fatal blow on Thursday night when leadoff man Denard Span went on the disabled list with inflammation in his left hip. The Nats may have beaten the Padres by a score of 4-2 last night to remain 6.5 ga...

For Future Information and Posterity Only: Starlin Castro Reportedly Cleared Waivers
That suggests Castro's contract, in the view of all other teams, has negative value. [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...

$200,000 Up For Grabs Tonight – Just a Few Hours Left
Dare you start Clayton Kershaw tonight? [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 understand and keep on reading at BN.]

Upcoming Appearance: Rudy Law
Rudy Law August 29, 2015 Time: 11:30am Frank & Son Collectible Show 19649 San Jose Ave ...

Mets Game 127: Worth Staying Up For
Boy,  it was a lot easier to write copy for this blog when there was something to complain about! How about this: the Mets are causing me to lose sleep. I rise at 4:30 AM most days, so these late night games are killing me. Since July 31, Mets ga...

Blog Kiosk: 8/28/2015 - Dodger Links - Campanella, Puig and Joc Pederson
Check out this fantastic photo (dated 1940) of a teenage Roy Campanella (on the left) as a member of the Criollos de Cagua...

Odubel Herrera goes all-out for the Phillies
An appreciation of Odubel Herrera, the Phillies' most dynamic player. In this, the post-Ben Revere era, not to mention the post-Chase Utley era, the question was posed to me: which player on the Phillies isn't afraid to get his uniform dir...

Atlanta Braves news and links: Laying down bricks for the future
The Braves are laying down bricks for the future -- both on and off the field. The team had a brick-laying ceremony at SunTrust Park on Thursday, while also continuing to build the foundation of a future contender on the field. BRAVES NEWS

Video: Every Blue Jays homer to "God's Gonna Cut You Down"
A creation of YouTube user Tim G, here is a compilation of all 173 home run the Blue Jays have hit this season (as of August 27) set to Johnny Cash's "God's Gonna Cut You Down". Apologies if your sc...

Game #128 Preview: Tigers @ Blue Jays
Don't boo Matt Boyd. Just don't. The good old Tigers visit Toronto this weekend for a three-game set with our Blue Jays. The Ti...


Some neighborhoods still haven't come back, ten years after Katrina.--ESPN Those neighborhoods were slums before, and remain slums today...shocking. Katrina, a decade later, is all but immaterial. The irony is, despite billions of dollars bein...


We get the government we deserve. And in Madison, that's witch hunts and investigating fictional misconduct.


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The First Base Position In September (And Beyond)
How does the first base rotation shake out for the rest of this season and postseason The 2015 season is going exactly as we all planned it would back in the spring.  The team has been in first place in the division almost all year. &...

Carlos Correa wrecks the Minnesota State Fair
The kids can't be contained. First it was Gilbert Arena. Now, Astros rookie Carlos Correa's turn. Correa tweeted a pictur...

AL Series: Houston Astros at New York Yankees, August 24-27, 2015
Astro head to the big apple for three. Series Preview: Houston Astros vs. Los Angeles Dodgers, August 21-23, 2015...

What We Learned: Corey Knebel is making an impact in his first season
Corey Knebel has been making an impact in the Brewers bullpen in his first season with the team. We discuss that and more in today's What We Learned. Yesterday's Results The Brewers had the day off. Brewers News & Notes Trades have...

Who was the Series MVP against the Washington Nationals?
Vote for the Series MVP Well, that wasn't as fun as it could have been with the Padres dropping the series against the Washi...

Taster’s Cherce
Eat a peach. Make it crispy. 

Put it Through the S-950 then Stretch It
Never had a basemen, never had an attic, only an apartment where I forever had...


 
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