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  • Red Sox place struggling pitcher Rick Porcello on the 15-day disabled list
    Red Sox place struggling pitcher Rick Porcello on the 15-day disabled list
    To say the acquisition of Boston Red Sox starting Rick Porcello has been a major disappointment would be an understatement. Not only has Porcello struggled on the mound during the course of the season, he has failed to give Red Sox fans any...
  • A's shoot for series split with Sonny on the mound Sunday
    A's shoot for series split with Sonny on the mound Sunday
    (OAKLAND)—Winning or splitting a series doesn't have as much meaning now for the Oakland Athletics as it did last month before General Manager Billy Beane started selling off parts, but it would be meaningful for the A's to gain a...
  • Navin Field
    The Top 10 Detroit Tiger moments of the 1920s
    The Detroit Tigers never contended in the twenties. The team finished second in 1923, but 16 games out of first place. Detroit finished third on two occasions and topped out with 86 wins in 1924. Despite the lack of success, the team could hit....
  • Lucky 7
    Suarez helps Reds edge Pirates
    Eugenio Suarez drove in three runs on Saturday at Great American Ballpark while Aroldis Chapman avoided a ninth inning to collapse to lead the Reds to a 4-3 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates.Raisel Iglesias (2-3) went 6.2 innings and had allowed...
  • Brooks, offense come to life as Oakland beats Cleveland at Coliseum
    Brooks, offense come to life as Oakland beats Cleveland at Coliseum
    (OAKLAND)—Aaron Brooks was impressive in his Oakland Athletics debut, as the rookie just acquired from the Kansas City Royals threw 7 1/3 innings of one-run baseball against the Cleveland Indians in front of the crowd at the O.co Coliseum....
  • Billy Pierce of the Chicago White Sox
    Billy Pierce squared off against Satchel Paige in an epic 11 inning showdown
    Billy Pierce, the Chicago White Sox pitching legend, passed away Friday July 31, 2015 in Palos Heights, Illinois due to complications from gallbladder cancer. He was 88.Acquired during a trade in the 1948 offseason from the Detroit Tigers for...
  • Travis Shaw has big offensive day for Red Sox in 11-7 win over Rays
    Travis Shaw has big offensive day for Red Sox in 11-7 win over Rays
    The Boston Red Sox offense certainly showed up on Saturday afternoon at Fenway Park. Led by Xander Bogaerts and newly recalled third baseman Travis Shaw, the Red Sox exploded for double digit runs to beat the Tampa Bay Rays 11-7. It was the Red...
  • Larry Lucchino calls it quits; steps down as Red Sox president and CEO
    Larry Lucchino calls it quits; steps down as Red Sox president and CEO
    The Boston Red Sox are having another disappointing season and changes are being called for to get the team back into its competitive nature. One of those changes happened on Saturday as the team’s president and CEO Larry Lucchino announced...
  • Where is Barry Zito now that the A's season is in the tank?
    Where is Barry Zito now that the A's season is in the tank?
    (OAKLAND)—For tonight's game against the Cleveland Indians, the irrelevant Oakland Athletics are starting newly acquired rookie pitcher Aaron Brooks. That's fine as the A's are playing for 2016 now, but wouldn't it be more...
  • No more 44
    Reds move Leake before trade deadline
    In the early hours of Friday at just over 12 hours before the non-waiver trade deadline, the Cincinnati Reds traded a second member of its starting rotation this week, as Mike Leake is headed to San Francisco.Leake ended his Reds tenure much like...
  • Carlos Gonzalez in the dugout
    As trade deadline passes, Colorado GM Jeff Bridich discusses team's future
    The trade deadline came and went on Friday with not a bit of movement from the Colorado Rockies. All of the scenarios and rumors about Carlos Gonzalez and a few other Rockies (including struggling reliever John Axford) went silent as 3 p.m....
  • Mark Lowe With Mariners
    Seattle Mariners trade Mark Lowe to Toronto Blue Jays, J.A. Happ to Pirates
    The Seattle Mariners traded Mark Lowe and J.A. Happ on a busy Friday (July 31) in Major League Baseball. As the 2015 MLB trade deadline hit, the Mariners became one of several teams looking to deal veterans for prospects. A report from MLB.com...
  • Mike Leake
    SF Giants acquire Mike Leake from Cincinnati Reds
    The San Francisco Giants have officially announced that the team has acquired righty Mike Leake in exhange for minor leaguers infielder Adam Duvall and right-handed pitcher Keury Mella. The trade was first tweeted by Jon Heyman of CBS Sports half...
  • John Axford gives up a walk against the St. Louis Cardinals
    Colorado falters late again as Axford issues costly walks to Cardinals
    In the 100th game of the season for the Colorado Rockies, it’s become official that the feel-good story that was relief pitcher John Axford has quickly dissolved into a nightmare.Axford blew yet another save opportunity on Thursday night,...
  • no movement
    As trade deadline nears, Diamondbacks remain silent
    So far, no movement.On the eve of the trade deadline, the Diamondbacks have sparked little movement and likely less interest from other clubs.For a team somewhat desperate for starting pitching, the Diamondbacks appear to be comfortable on the...
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