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Chris Archer avoids his 20th loss and Mikie Mahtook leads offense. Jose Quintana faced off against Chris Archer as the Rays limp to the end of the season. The Rays lineup is one where you would ideally only have three of their batters again...

Albert Belle becomes the first Indians player to hit 50 home runs in a season as his solo blast in the sixth tied the game prior to a Cleveland 3-2 walk-off win over the Kansas City Royals. Belle entered the ... Read More

Talk about being a larger-than-life figure Disclaimer: No, rest easy, David Ortiz is not being played in the outfield in mostly meaningless games right before the postseason. There is no cause for alarm. All season long, David Ortiz has bee...

George Brett was easily the greatest player in Kansas City Royals history. On this day in 1992, he notched his 3000th career hit, and was then embarrassed on the basepaths. Reaching the 3000 hit club in a Major League career is quite the accompli...

Years removed from inciting a brawl due to Fernández's first home run, Chris Johnson explains how he then got to know the real José. The Miami Herald spoke to Marlins infielder

Today’s links look at Boston’s blend of age and youth, the team’s success on the road and their minor-league All-Star team. One of the many keys for the Red Sox this year was their ability to blend production from their veterans and t...

The Los Angeles Dodgers have already clinched the NL West, but with three games left against their biggest rivals to finish out the regular season, they will be the gatekeepers to the San Francisco Giants playoff hopes. With three games until the...

From panic city to being on the verge of winning the top Wild Card spot and home field advantage. Rookie pitchers, Robert Gsellman and Seth Lugo have helped to carry the Mets since their promotions to the big league club. As injuries brought down ...

In this not-so-nice *wink* Episode 70 of The Felske Files, host John Stolnis recaps the Phils' 2016 season with Phillies beat writer Kevin Cooney of Calkins Media. What was the best moment of the season? Biggest surprise? Biggest disappointment? ...

The rookies got their Halloween costumes early this year Rookie Dress-Up Day is an important tradition The Tigers might be short on rookies, but the quality of their costumes was top notch.


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Allen Recognized for Gold Glove Work in the Field
Indians outfield prospect Greg Allen has turned plenty of heads with his blazing speed on the base paths, but earlier this week, he was recognized for an underappreciated element of his game. On Monday, he was announced as one of ... Read More

Philadelphia Phillies to Target Veteran Arm in Offseason
The Philadelphia Phillies have three clear building blocks in their starting rotation, and will look to add a veteran presence this offseason as they continue their rebuild. After a remarkably solid start to the season saw them in contention in m...

Mets Minors: MMO All-Star Bench Led by Cecchini
We are releasing the players we’ve chosen as part of a group voting for the Mets roster of the best 25 minor leaguers this season. These players are chosen strictly on their numbers and not on their prospect rankings. It’s going to be a four ...

Good Fundies Episode 23: The Circle of Trust
In the regular season finale of Good Fundies, Brian and Roger have a pleasant discourse over which Met would do best in a debate. Then they set the Mets’ wild card game roster (no jinx!) for Terry Collins and Sandy Alderson before figuring o...

Scoreboard Watching: What in the World Happened in that Cardinals Game?
That's a bit embarrassing for MLB. [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.]

The evolution of Chris Johnson and José Fernàndez
What once started as a distaste for José's confidence grew into a sincere admiration of the young man's love for both baseball and life itself. Too often in life do we find ourselves misunderstanding the behavior of those around us. Some...

Orioles prospect season in review: Cody Sedlock, Keegan Akin
The Orioles drafted a pair of college pitchers with their first two picks in this year’s draft. Both went on to post nice numbers with Aberdeen. Among the many things that the depleted Orioles farm system lacks is quality pitching prospec...

If the O’s make the wild card game, who should start?
The Orioles have a few options to take the hill if they hang on to their playoff spot. The Orioles haven’t clinched a wild card spot yet, and I’m not trying to jinx anything. That said, with three games left they’re in the first wild ...

Miami Marlins Jose Fernandez High School Jersey Stolen
As if the situation surrounding Jose Fernandez‘ untimely death was not tragic enough, the late Miami Marlins high school jersey was stolen after a vigil in his honor. People mourn in their own way. In the throws of grief, people can do thin...

Preview: 2016 Season - Game 160 - Mets at Phillies - Gsellman vs Asher - 7:05 PM
Preview: 2016 Season - Game 160 - Mets at Phillies - Gsellman vs Asher - 7:05 PM Game 160 - New York Mets (85-74, 41-37 Road) at Philadelphia Phillies (70-89, 36-42 Home) Probable Pitchers: NYM - Robert Gsellman (3-2, 2.56 ERA) vs PHI -

Detroit Tiger Links celebrates rookie dress-up day
The rookies got their Halloween costumes early this year Rookie Dress-Up Day is an important tradition The Tigers might be short on rookies, but the quality of their costumes was top notch.

Though Yankees Missed Playoffs, Some Fun Moments In 2016
What can be said about a Yankees season that ended with no playoff appearance, no chance at championship number 28 and some really bad days and nights with no pitching and  zero offense at times? It was a lost season and everybody knew i...

Friday Bird Droppings: This is it
The Orioles playoff hopes hinge in this weekend's series in New York... Baseball's a funny game. One day you're cursing its existence, the next day you're pleading ...

Daily Red Sox Links: Rick Porcello, Craig Kimbrel, Drew Pomeranz
Today’s links look at Boston’s blend of age and youth, the team’s success on the road and their minor-league All-Star team. One of the many keys for the Red Sox this year was their ability to blend production from their veterans and t...

Fenway’s outfield features the Biggest Papi
Talk about being a larger-than-life figure Disclaimer: No, rest easy, David Ortiz is not being played in the outfield in mostly meaningless games right before the postseason. There is no cause for alarm. All season long, David Ortiz has bee...

Today in Tribe History: September 30, 1995
Albert Belle becomes the first Indians player to hit 50 home runs in a season as his solo blast in the sixth tied the game prior to a Cleveland 3-2 walk-off win over the Kansas City Royals. Belle entered the ... Read More

Kansas City Royals History: George Brett Records 3000th Hit
George Brett was easily the greatest player in Kansas City Royals history. On this day in 1992, he notched his 3000th career hit, and was then embarrassed on the basepaths. Reaching the 3000 hit club in a Major League career is quite the accompli...

Rookie Pitchers Have Helped Catapult Mets
From panic city to being on the verge of winning the top Wild Card spot and home field advantage. Rookie pitchers, Robert Gsellman and Seth Lugo have helped to carry the Mets since their promotions to the big league club. As injuries brought down ...

2016 Phillies recap: The Felske Files Episode 70
In this not-so-nice *wink* Episode 70 of The Felske Files, host John Stolnis recaps the Phils' 2016 season with Phillies beat writer Kevin Cooney of Calkins Media. What was the best moment of the season? Biggest surprise? Biggest disappointment? ...

Marlins Morning News: Chris Johnson remembers first encounter with José
Years removed from inciting a brawl due to Fernández's first home run, Chris Johnson explains how he then got to know the real José. The Miami Herald spoke to Marlins infielder


 
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