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Who doesn't love west coast night games, fellow east coast dwellers? This was exactly that. And it was looooooooooooooooooooooooooong. So long, in fact, that Charlemagne threw out the first pitch, George Washington sang God Bless America, ...

Johnny Monell's big hit and Jon Niese's eight shutout innings helped the Mets win game one of their series with the Giants. Johnny "Money" Monell was the unlikeliest of heroes tonight, as he broke a scoreless tie in the ninth inning with a...

Today's links look at All Star: Brock Holt, the big week ahead, and the difficulties in evaluating Yoan Moncada. Brock Holt is an All Star! (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Four home runs and 19 hits helped the Tigers to overcome a sluggish performance by Alfredo Simon as Tigers prevail in Seattle, 12- 5 SEATTLE: The Tigers began the second half of the season by pounding nineteen hits, including four home run...

"He doesn't come out saying, 'Jesus, get me some runs.' He didn't say that. Never even hints at that, which is very professional." Sucked dry and pumped with poison as if set upon by a thousand mosquitoes...

The reserves and pitchers have been announced for both the AL and NL All Star teams, and there is one player that stands out as one that was snubbed, and that is Mets closer Jeurys Familia. The National League relievers that were selected are Card...

The I-Cubs swept a doubleheader and Eugene came from behind to win. Bad news elsewhere. Tsuyoshi Wada made a rehab start. Be sure to check out this article in Baseball America about 

Here's my choices for the Top 5 songs inspired by super heroes. 

The Astros jumped on the Indians for four runs off Carlos Carrasco in the first inning and beat the Tribe, 9-4, on Monday night. Carrasco, who came within an out of pitching a no-hitter on Wednesday in Tampa, allowed five ... Read More

Good morning, Marlin Maniac readers and welcome to Morning Catch, the daily morning news and notes column from MarlinManiac.com about your Miami Marlins.  Dee Gordon and Giancarlo Stanton were named All-Star starters after being voted in by fans...


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Taylor Motter International League POW 062915 to 070515
Taylor Motter of the Durham Bulls was selected the International League Player of the Week for the span of June 29, 2015 through July 5, 2015. For the week he hit 10 for 18, .556/.636/1.278 with 4 2B, 3 HR, 10 RBI, 5 R, 1 SB and 4 BB in 5 games. T...

Jamie Romak Pacific Coast League POW 062915 to 070515
Jamie Romak of the Reno Aces was selected the Pacific Coast League Player of the Week for the span of June 29, 2015 through July 5, 2015. For the week he hit 11 for 26, .423/.500/1.154 with 2 2B, 1 3B, 5 HR, 11 RBI, 7 R, 1 SB and 4 BB in 7 games. ...

Matt Skole Eastern League POW 062915 to 070515
Matt Skole of the Harrisburg Senators was selected the Eastern League Player of the Week for the span of June 29, 2015 through July 5, 2015. For the week he hit 12 for 26, .462/.516/.769 with 5 2B, 1 HR, 8 RBI, 2 R, 0 SB and 4 BB in 7 games. This ...

D’Arnaud Still In Elbow Brace, No Return In Sight
The latest injury update on starting catcher Travis d’Arnaud , who was eligible to come off the disabled list on Monday, continues to be very concerning. Speaking to reporters this evening at AT&T Park, Terry Collins said d’Arnaud co...

July 7, 2015: Greater Boston Food Bank Fundraiser Slated for July 10th and 11th
When the Boston Red Sox take on the New York Yankees, Friday, July 10th and Saturday, July 11th at Fenway Park, their wives and girlfriends will take on hunger in the Bay State. To help end hunger in Massachusetts, the Red Sox wives and girlfriend...

The Rays rotation: quality over quantity
The Tampa Bay Rays have surprised a lot of people by managing to remain competitive so far in 2015. After a disappointing 77-85 season in 2014, expectations were low for the Rays. They didn't look like the same team that had made the playof...

Astros, 11th-Round Pick Sandoval Agree To $900K Bonus
The Astros have agreed to a $900K bonus with 11th-round pick Patrick Sandoval, reports Jim Callis of MLB.com (on Twitter). Sandoval, a high school left-hander out of California, is receiving an enormous bonus for a player selected this late in th...

Game 83: No Easy A’s
The Yankees open a three-game series tonight with the Athletics, the deceptively good Athletics. Their record is ugly (38-47), yet they’ve outscored their opponents by 49 runs this year. Only four teams in the big leagues have a better run ...

Fare Thee Well - Some of My Grateful Dead Tickets
"I know the rent is in arrears, the dog has not been fed in years It's even worse than it appears, but it's alright" With the last Grateful Dead show now behind us (for now) I suddenly found myself rekindling that long forgotten desire to shake an...

Game 2015.83: Tigers at Mariners
Hello Friends - Nice win last night. Baseball is a long season. We just happen to be over 1/2 way done and it’s not looking so good. There’s still a lot of hope out there and Lynn Henning wrote today that the Tigers could chase Cole Ha...

Astros sign 11th round pick Patrick Sandoval
The rich get richer. The Houston Astros and Director of Amateur Scouting Mike Elias announced the signing of the team's 11th-round pick left-handed pitcher Patrick Sandoval.

Max effort
This what the 2015 Reds were supposed to look like. Johny Cueto and Homer Bailey dominating on the mound. Joey Votto and Jay Bruce returning to form and mashing from the left side; Todd Frazier, Devin Mesoraco from the right. Brandon Phillips, Zac...

Reds 5, Nationals 2 - Johnny Cueto out-aces Max Scherzer
He aced. He out-aced. He, folks, is an ace among aces. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game Joey Votto came a triple away from hitting for the cycle on Tuesday, and he did all of hi...

D-Backs To Sign Second-Rounder Alex Young
The Diamondbacks have agreed to terms with second-round pick Alex Young, reports Jim Callis of MLB.com (via Twitter). Young, a left-handed pitcher out of TCU, will receive the full slot value of $1,431,400 that comes with his No. 43 overall …...

Game 83: No Easy A’s
The Yankees open a three-game series tonight with the Athletics, the deceptively good Athletics. Their record is ugly (38-47), yet they’ve outscored their opponents by 49 runs this year. Only four teams in the big leagues have a better run ...

Game 85 Thread: July 7 vs. Phillies, 7p
(thighs) Brett Anderson (5-4, 3.00) vs. Chad Billingsley (0-2, 7.71). Old friend alert! And not just any o...

Brandon Beachy: Candidate To Start Saturday
Brandon Beachy: Beachy (elbow) is a candidate to start Saturday against the Brewers, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.

Orioles adding Christian Walker to roster before Wednesday's game
The Orioles roster merry-go-round spins once again. First baseman Christian Walker will be joining the team on Wednesday, perhaps only for Wednesday. One way of figuring out who's going to be soon joining the Oriol...

Hunter Pence off DL, hitting cleanup
This is a much better lineup surprise than the occasional Arias/Lollis appearance. Hunter Pence's batting practice sessions have become urban legends over the past couple days. I heard Hunter Pence hit a ball so hard it deflected off the...

Reds at Nationals, Game 2: Preview and Predictions Thread
Cincinnati Reds @ Washington N...


 
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