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    Hale's positive transition to major league manager
    When Chip Hale was hired as field manager of the Diamondbacks last October, his energy and dynamism seem in concert to complement the essential elements of handling a major league baseball team.Though well respected in the game, gaining the...
  • Oakland can't do the little things right in 3-0 loss at Tampa Bay
    Oakland can't do the little things right in 3-0 loss at Tampa Bay
    (ST. PETERSBURG, FL)—The Oakland Athletics got a leadoff triple to start the game from Billy Burns, and sadly, it was the closest they came to scoring on Thursday night in a 3-0 loss on the road to the Tampa Bay Rays.For some reason, Burns...
  • A's visit Rays this weekend looking for any sign of life or momentum
    A's visit Rays this weekend looking for any sign of life or momentum
    (ST. PETERSBURG, FL)—The 2015 Oakland Athletics are slowly descending into baseball hell, sitting at 14-28 with the worst record in the major leagues. Tonight and for the next three days at Tropicana Field, they get to test their mettle...
  • Red Sox news & notes: Sandoval nurses sore knee; team acquires John Cornely
    Red Sox news & notes: Sandoval nurses sore knee; team acquires John Cornely
    Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval missed Wednesday night’s game against the Texas Rangers and is considered day-to-day according to a May 20 report by NESN. According to manager John Farrell, Sandoval is receiving treatment on his...
  • Five straight
    Reds lose fifth straight
    The Cincinnati Reds have not had a pleasant experience during interleague play and it only got worse on Wednesday when the Royals knocked around Jason Marquis en route to a 7-1 victory in Kansas City.Marquis (3-4) lasted just 3.2 innings allowing...
  • Austin Jackson Hitting
    Austin Jackson injury update: Jackson has setback in rehab for Seattle Mariners
    An Austin Jackson injury update relayed some bad news for the Seattle Mariners. A report from sportswriter Ryan Divish on Wednesday (May 20) indicates that he had a setback while playing for the Tacoma Rainiers. It’s not a good sign, meaning...
  • Arizona scored 18 runs in his seven starts
    Anderson seeks more run support
    With seven starts under his belt this season, Diamondbacks right-hander Chase Anderson is wondering, “where is the run support?”For his seven starts this season, the offense has scored a total of 18 runs, and the native of Wichita...
  • Tim Hudson #17 of the San Francisco Giants
    SF Giants-LA Dodgers preview and lineups
    The San Francisco Giants welcome the Los Angeles Dodgers to AT&T Park on Tuesday night for a three-game series. The Dodgers lead the National League West with their 24-13 record as the Giants, in second place, trail the team by 4.5 games.Tim...
  • Charlie Blackmon after striking out
    Not-so-special Ks: Strikeouts piling up quickly for Colorado Rockies
    When it rains, it pours. It’s a popular saying and one that has applied all too often this spring to the Denver region. It’s also a saying that applies to the Colorado Rockies and the number of strikeouts that seem to be piling up for...
  • Immediate challenge for A's is to win two in a row for once
    Immediate challenge for A's is to win two in a row for once
    The 2015 Oakland Athletics won a game Monday night in Houston against the division-leading Astros to cut the gap between the two teams in the American League West to a mere 11.5 games. Now, in order for us to take this ball club seriously, Oakland...
  • James Loney
    Rays avoid sweep by Twins, McGee throws smoke in return
    The Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday (May 17) avoided being swept for the second time this season when they crushed the Minnesota Twins 11-3 behind an all-out team effort which produced a season high 19 hits along with rock-solid pitching.James Loney led...
  • Felix Hernandez hurting
    Mariners Hernandez suffers first loss of season in 4-2 defeat to Redsox
    Seattle Mariners Ace pitcher Felix Hernandez (6-1)suffered his first defeat of the season in a 4-2 loss to the Boston RedSox Saturday night in front of 45,055 fans at Safeco Field. Hernandez was trying to start the season 7-0, which would have...
  • From the O.co Coliseum: Can't anybody here play this game?
    From the O.co Coliseum: Can't anybody here play this game?
    (OAKLAND)—With another rotten 1-5 home stand behind them, the Oakland Athletics can now look forward to seven games on the road before Memorial Day. The A's have now lost four straight, 10 of their last 11, and 18 of 23 overall. The 7-3...
  • no Brotherly Love in Philly
    Diamondbacks losing streak reaches four: Swept by Phillies
    PHILADELPHIA – Better, but not where Diamondbacks’ starter Josh Collmenter would like to be.Coming off perhaps the most disastrous start of his major league career last Monday night at home, Collmenter was more efficient Sunday against...
  • Logan Forsythe
    Rays look to get back on track, plus news and notes
    The Tampa Bay Rays will look to avoid being swept for the second time this season (April 17-19 vs. NYY) and for the first time on the road since last year (May 26-June 3) when they went a combined 0-8 against Toronto, Boston and Miami with a win...
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