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    MLB News: Cardinals Deal Cubs Playoff Chances a Crippling Blow

    One of the Major League Baseball season’s marquee series is taking place this weekend, with the rival St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs squaring off at Wrigley Field with first place in the National League Central at stake. The first three games have been a knockout in favor of the Cardinals. St. Louis hasn’t just […] More

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    Padres News: San Diego Fires Manager Andy Green; What’s next?

    The underachieving San Diego Padres decided they couldn’t wait till the end of the season to make a change, so they fired manager Andy Green on Saturday. The Padres are the first team to change managers this season. In the mean time, Rod Barajas takes over on an interim basis for San Diego’s final eight […] More

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    MLB News: Arizona Fall League Testing Robot Umpires

    After a season full of home runs and umpiring controversies, Major League Baseball is using its Arizona Fall League as a testing ground for a major change: an electronic strike zone. The AFL is used for teams to get extra playing time for their top prospects. It will use the robot umpires in all games […] More

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    Mets News: Rookie Sensation Pete Alonso Mashes Home Run No. 50

    It’s not every day a rookie hits 50 home runs. But it does seem like it’s every day that Mets first baseman Pete Alonso mashes a dinger, so here we are. Alonso hit his 50th home run Friday night in Cincinnati against the Reds. He now stands just two homers shy of Aaron Judge’s rookie […] More

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    Diamondbacks News: Ketel Marte Done for the Season

    As teams are eliminated from postseason contention, more and more are choosing to rest star players or give them a head start on recovering from minor injuries in the offseason. The Arizona Diamondbacks aren’t mathematically eliminated yet, but they went that route Friday with shortstop Ketel Marte, who has been one of the 2019 season’s […] More

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    Braves News: Atlanta Clinches Second Straight Division Title

    Another day, another ticket punched to the Major League Baseball playoffs. This time, it’s the young, exciting challengers from the National League East. The Atlanta Braves cruised past the San Francisco Giants, 6-0, on Friday night to improve to 95-60 and lock down the division. The Braves did it the same way they have all […] More

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    Braves News: Ronald Acuña Jr. Hits Historic 40th Home Run

    A glorious season for the Atlanta Braves continues to get better, and as the team continued its march toward the National League East Division title, its brightest star hit a big milestone. Outfielder Ronald Acuña Jr. hit his 40th home run Thursday in a victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. Acuña, 21, becomes just the third […] More

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    Marlins News: Miami Giving Don Mattingly Contract Extension

    The Miami Marlins have struggled mightily on the field the past few seasons, but they believe the future will be better. That’s why they have reportedly offered a contract extension to manager Don Mattingly. Mattingly is 272-364 as he completes his fourth season with the Marlins. That makes him the longest-tenured manager in the franchise’s […] More

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    Yankees News: New York Clinches First AL East Title Since 2012

    It has been seven years since the Bronx Bombers could call themselves Kings of the American League East, which is a normal wait with a team with a normal history but an eternity for the New York Yankees. That drought came to an end Thursday, when the Yankees beat the Los Angeles Angels 9-1 and […] More

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    MLB News: Cardinals, Cubs Begin Crucial Stretch of 7 Games in 11 Days

    It’s one of the juiciest stretches of schedule in Major League Baseball since the days of expansion. The St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs are set to play seven times over the final 11 days of the season. The archrivals separated by just three games in the standings will play their most meaningful games of […] More

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    Giants News: Bruce Bochy Notches Win No. 2,000 in Hall of Fame Career

    It’s easy to have discussions in Major League Baseball about the next crop of Hall of Famers. Albert Pujols is a lock. Justin Verlander? Yeah, he’s already done enough. Max Scherzer? Getting close. Mike Trout? He needs a couple more years, but that’s the right track. But if you turn away from the realm of […] More

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    MLB News: Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs’ Death Subject of DEA Investigation

    There’s another twist in the tragic case of Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs, who was found dead in his Dallas-area hotel room July 1 just hours before the Angels’ game with the Texas Rangers. This time, it appears the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency is involved. According to a report from, the DEA is […] More

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