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    MLB News: Mariners’ Mike Leake Nearly Throws Perfect Game

    There have only been 21 perfect games in Major League Baseball history, and none since 2012. It’s one of the rarest feats in sports. When a pitcher comes close, the whole baseball world stands still and watches. The Mariners’ Mike Leake, a journeyman right-hander who had been knocked around in his previous start, had retired […] More

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    MLB news: Angels DFA Harvey, Phillies Sign Smyly and More

    The search for pitching among playoff contenders seemingly never ends, and with the MLB trade deadline just 11 days away, that’s particularly true. The Angels gave up on Matt Harvey. The Phillies are looking to sign Drew Smyly. Elsewhere, the MLBPA made a move in preparation for the upcoming collective bargaining season. The Angels had […] More

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    Cubs News: Anthony Rizzo Hits Grand Slam for Cancer Survivors

    There are 162 baseball games in a season, and not all of them can be special. But Anthony Rizzo and a boy running races for pediatric cancer research made the Cubs’ 6-5 win against the Padres one of the good ones. Matteo Lambert, a healthy 9-year-old from Vienna, Virginia, is attempting to run 33 races […] More

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    Yankees News: Boone Gets 1-game Suspension For ‘Savage’ Tirade

    After an epic rant that immediately went viral, Yankees manager Aaron Boone learned his punishment Friday: A one-game suspension. He served it that same night as New York beat the Colorado Rockies to continue rolling with the best record in baseball. That’s probably well worth the boost Boone got in the media with fans and […] More

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    Yankees News: Boone Defends Players as ‘Savages’

    The word “savage” is usually considered an insult or even a slur, but Yankees manager Aaron Boone managed to turn it into a compliment, all while getting ejected from New York’s victory against Tampa Bay on Thursday. Confused? Let’s recap. According to the New York Post, the episode started when a called third strike on […] More

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    MLB News: Phillies Closer Screams Profanity at Dodgers

    It doesn’t always take 19 meetings a year to create rivals in Major League Baseball. The Dodgers and Phillies are prime examples of that. They’ve met several times in the playoffs in the past 10 years (including the infamous Chase Utley slide game), and something interesting always seems to happen when they get together. This […] More

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    Red Sox News: World Series Hero Eovaldi Set to Join Bullpen

    When most of the baseball world last saw Nathan Eovaldi, he was pitching deep into the night at Dodger Stadium in Game 3 of the World Series. The Red Sox eventually lost that game, but Eovaldi’s heroics allowed Boston to save its bullpen and knock off the Dodgers in five games for another world title. […] More

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    MLB News: Aaron Sanchez Loses 10th Straight Game

    Aaron Sanchez made the kind of history you don’t want to make. Sanchez lost his 10th straight start, becoming the sixth player in 110 years to lose 10 straight games. The last player to do it was Kevin Slowey, who did it over the span of three seasons from 2011 to 2013, so Sanchez accomplishing […] More

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    MLB News: Jake Marisnick Gets Plunked, AJ Hinch Isn’t Happy

    Baseball’s unwritten rules tend to create eye-for-an-eye situations, but the Houston Astros are not happy with what happened to Jake Marisnick. Marisnick was plunked in last night’s game with the Los Angeles Angels, and both the Astros and Houston media members were upset afterward. Trash organization, trash manager, trash fans cheering a trash “pitch.” And […] More

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    MLB News: Blue Jays Designate Edwin Jackson for Assignment

    Edwin Jackson has had a unique career. The pitcher became the most well-traveled player in the history of MLB earlier this year when the Oakland A’s dealt him to the Toronto Blue Jays. Upon taking the mound for the first time with Toronto, he set an MLB record by playing for his 14th different team, […] More

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