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    Sánchez beats the longest home run of ’22 with a 496-foot shot

    Don Mattingly, manager of the Marlins, is familiar with blasting home runs into the upper deck. As one of the game’s top sluggers in the 1980s, he knocked several balls into the upper levels of Yankee Stadium. And one of his teammates blasted the longest left-handed home run in the history of Coors Field. In […] More

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    The Dodgers’ rally falls short

    Walker Buehler, the right-handed pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, threw his glove into the bat rack in an act of utter exasperation after his pitch mix fell short of expectations. Monday night at Dodger Stadium, the Dodgers were defeated by the Pirates, 6-5, as closer Craig Kimbrel blew his first save of the season, […] More

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    Tommy Pham received a three-game suspension for striking Joc Pederson

    Tommy Pham, outfielder for the Cincinnati Reds, stated on Saturday that he consented to a three-game ban for slapping Joc Pederson in the cheek during a fantasy football quarrel prior to Friday’s game. MLB stated that Pham was banned and fined for “inappropriate conduct.” The ban was retroactive to Friday and will last through Sunday, […] More

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    After a difficult beginning, Hicks’ role will be assessed

    Jordan Hicks is struggling to transition from one of baseball’s hardest-throwing relievers to a starting pitcher capable of carrying his club deep into games. His challenges with productivity might compel the team to consider whether or not the redesign is worthwhile. Hicks walked five batters before recording an out in the fourth inning of Tuesday’s […] More

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    MLB suspends Josh Donaldson for ‘Jackie’ statement

    Major League Baseball said Monday that Yankees third baseman Josh Donaldson has been banned for one game and fined an unknown sum for “inappropriate statements during Saturday’s game.” While White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson was on base, Donaldson made offensive remarks by calling him “Jackie.” Anderson is African-American. “Disrespectful remark. In essence, he attempted to […] More

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    The Mets have won 14 consecutive games following a defeat

    By Saturday night’s late hours, the mood around the Mets was relatively negative. The manner in which the club split a doubleheader against the Rockies — a win followed by a defeat — did not inspire confidence. In the words of Buck Showalter, they were all ready to return to their lodgings, “pack up, get […] More

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    Max Meyer Is Placed on Injured List

    Marlins right-handed pitcher Max Meyer, the No. 31 overall prospect according to MLB Pipeline, was placed on the Minor League seven-day disabled list with ulnar nerve irritation on Thursday. Meyer, whose transfer to the injured list was retroactive to Wednesday, is not expected to lose much time, according to the club. Nearly all of the […] More

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    Aaron Judge is quite disappointed after failing to hit three home runs in a gameAaron Judge is quite disappointed after failing to hit three home runs in a game

    Tuesday’s New York Yankees 5-4 victory over the Baltimore Orioles (box score) was highlighted by two home runs and four hits from Aaron Judge. However, Judge was in a ranting mood after the game. Judge made sure to communicate his displeasure with Camden Yards’ revised left-field dimensions after they deprived him of a possible hat […] More

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    Berríos regains form with a scoreless debut

    The first six weeks of the season, José Berríos appeared to be an inch off, never completely unraveling but never appearing like his full self. This changed during the Blue Jays’ 3-0 victory over the Mariners at Rogers Centre on Tuesday, when they needed him the most. With Jordan Romano ill and Tim Mayza on […] More

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    MLB has banned Matt Harvey for 60 games

    Tuesday, Major League Baseball announced that Baltimore Orioles right-handed pitcher Matt Harvey has been suspended for 60 games for the distribution of a prohibited drug. Here is the quick statement from the league: “The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball announced today that Baltimore Orioles pitcher Matt Harvey has been suspended for 60 games without […] More

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