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Houston's Opening Day center fielder returns to the lineup. The Houston Astros have announced a roster move before the team's game on Tuesday. The Astros will activate outfielder

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In East Chicago, Illinois, future Indians outfielder Kenny Lofton is born. Lofton spent parts of ten seasons manning the outfield for the Indians after being acquired in what would be a lopsided trade for the club with the Houston Astros ... Rea...

At a time when he is being judged on each and every start for what his immediate future may bring, Matt Harvey took the biggest step thus far in righting his season. The Harvey we had all come to love, showed signs of returning in Monday’s 1...

On Sunday's post-game show on YES, Jack Curry and Bob Lorenz looked ahead to this week's Toronto series, wondering if the Yankees had learned anything from their two losses to the Blue Jays last week.  Curry seemed to think that the Yankees m...

Good runs from Roenis Elias and Andrew Benintendi came to an end on a rough Memorial Day. Pawtucket L 5-6 Rusney Castillo: 0-4, BB, K Deven Marrero: 1-4, 2 K Roenis Elias: 5 IP, 6 H, 5 R, 4 ER, 4 BB, 4 K Roman Mendez: 3 IP, 4 H, 1 R, ...

It may not be their biggest trade need, but they'll address it at the deadline. Who will be available? We haven’t quite reached trade season — that doesn’t really start until after the draft — but we are officially in the part of t...

Today's links look at how Dave Dombrowski almost stopped Eduardo Rodriguez from coming to the Red Sox, Xander Bogaerts' place in the game, and advice between knuckleballers. Dave Dombrowski eventually benefited from the Red Sox acquiring E...

Morning Marlin Maniacs.  Trusting this Monday of a Tuesday treats you well, certainly better than baseball did if you turned to the Marlins for some Memorial Day cheer yesterday.  The Fish went 1-3 over the long weekend, capped off by being on ...

Only one player in MLB history ever pinch hit for both Ted Williams and Carl Yastrzemski. On this day in 1961, Boston Red Sox outfielder Carroll Hardy pinch hit for Yaz to come in for both legends. Former Boston Red Sox outfielder Carroll Hardy ...


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A New Found Confidence Has Guided Rodriguez’ Success
Confidence is key. In order to find any type of success at whatever level you’re performing at, whether it be in the Majors or the minors, you need to have confidence. If you don’t believe in yourself, then the other ... Read More

MLB: Predicting Arm Injuries Has Become the New Market Inefficiency
MLB arm injuries have become more apparent over recent years, at the same time that pitchers have been throwing harder than ever. Whether or not there is a correlation remains to be proven, but the team that figures out the arm the quickest will...

San Francisco Giants’ Johnny Cueto making case for best offseason signing
Johnny Cueto has regained his dominant form since joining the San Francisco Giants. Is he this year’s best offseason addition? When the San Francisco Giants signed starting pitcher Johnny Cueto to a six-year, $130 million contract in the of...

Happy Recap: 2016 Season - Game 50 - White Sox (0) at Mets (1) - Harvey, Familia Back to Form


Mets Minor League Roundup 5/30: Fireflies Church goes seven-plus innings in win
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Preview: 2016 Season - Game 51 - White Sox at Mets - Latos vs Matz - 7:10 PM
Preview: 2016 Season - Game 51 - White Sox at Mets - Latos vs Matz - 7:10 PM Game 51 - Chicago White Sox (27-25, 14-13 Road) at New York Mets (29-21, 15-10 Home) Probable Pitchers: CHW - Mat Latos (6-1, 4.06 ERA) vs NYM -

Neil Walker Continues To Mash Left-Handed Pitching
Prior to this year, one of the biggest knocks on Neil Walker was that even though he was a switch hitter, he oftentimes struggled from the right side of the plate. However, he’s put those criticisms to rest and is thriving as a right-handed ...

Cubs Minor League Daily: Pythagorean Smokies and a Blowout Win for Iowa
The Smokies should actually have a lot more wins than they do. [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 a...

Dodgers @ Cubs: Kazmir vs Arrieta (Game 50)
Arrieta follows the bullpen in the rotation. Tags: 

Game 51 Preview: Detroit Tigers at Los Angeles Angels
Anibal Sanchez looks to snap the Tigers' four-game losing streak on Tuesday against Los Angeles' Hector Santiago. It's mystifying, really. The Tigers, try as they might, just cannot win in Anaheim. Justin Verlander delivered a masterful pe...

FARDY GLEVS
When an old unironic Facebook rant meets weird baseball twitter, pointless nonsense ensues. You're welcome. Freddy Galvis hit a home run off the

[Royals 6, Rays 2] The plays Rays fans will be talking about today
The GBT – The Good, The Bad and The Telling sandwich, where The Bad is nice and lean and the The Telling is ripe. Royals 6, RAYS 2 (boxscore) THE GOOD: As Matt Andriese continues to pitch like a solid middle-of-the-rotation pitcher, the Ray...


Irony. You can either dress "to impress" or you can can dress like a professional. It's very rare to be able to do both.

Astros Crawfish Boil: May 31, 2016
Your one-stop shop for Houston Astros and news from around the league for Tuesday, May 31, 2016. Astros News

2016 MLB Draft Profile: Cody Sedlock, RHP, Illinois
College arm with a potential for at least four average pitches makes him a versatile pitcher with some upside. Information Height: 6-4 Weight: 210 B/T: R/R Classification: Junior Summary The SEC and ACC takes the crown in baseball this...

Tuesday Bird Droppings: Where if we never see a knuckleball again, it'll be too soon
The Orioles were not very good yesterday, but today is a new day. In today's links: Caleb Joseph took an unlucky foul ball, Ubaldo Jimenez is making at least another start, and more. Hello, friends. It was awfully nice of Major League Bas...

Orioles minors 5/30: Three games, three losses
Norfolk Tides 4, Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs 6 Not a whole lot worth discussing here. The wheels came off for the Tides in the fourth as Andy Oliver and

Daily Red Sox Links: Eduardo Rodriguez, Xander Bogaerts, Steven Wright
Today's links look at how Dave Dombrowski almost stopped Eduardo Rodriguez from coming to the Red Sox, Xander Bogaerts' place in the game, and advice between knuckleballers. Dave Dombrowski eventually benefited from the Red Sox acquiring E...

Finding potential Red Sox trade targets in the bullpen
It may not be their biggest trade need, but they'll address it at the deadline. Who will be available? We haven’t quite reached trade season — that doesn’t really start until after the draft — but we are officially in the part of t...


 
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