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  • Trade bait
    Cueto comes out strong to take series from Twins
    The Cincinnati Reds got the pitching performance they needed to rest a tired bullpen as Johnny Cueto allowed one run in eight innings to lead the Reds to a 2-1 victory over Minnesota at Great American Ballpark on Wednesday afternoon.Cueto (5-5),...
  • Rockland Boulders offer Odell Beckham Jr. Indy contract
    Rockland Boulders offer Odell Beckham Jr. Indy contract
    New York Giants star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is all over the web. He took the mound at a charity softball game for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital this past Friday and unleashed pure hear with a softball. The pitch came in at a...
  • Rockies power surge
    Rockies-Diamondbacks Preview for holiday weekend series
    NOTE – This preview of the Rockies, as part of their up-coming four game series with the Diamondbacks in Chase Field beginning Thursday night, was compiled by Kevin Henry, Colorado Rockies Examiner.How much longer can Troy Tulowitzki and...
  • Oakland needs to turn the page today and start reversing ugly trends
    Oakland needs to turn the page today and start reversing ugly trends
    (OAKLAND)—It's July 1 now, and the 2015 Oakland Athletics have played 80 games in their 162-game regular season. With a mediocre 35-45 record that sadly doesn't reflect the true abilities of this team, the A's really need to put...
  • The top five Colorado Rockies performances of June
    The top five Colorado Rockies performances of June
    While the Colorado Rockies ended June with an overall 34-43 record and still in last place in the National League West, there were plenty of good things that happened for the Rockies in the month of June.From the emergence of Nolan Arenado as a...
  • Masanori Murakami's new autobiography, "Mashi."
    Mashi is an incredible tale of an improbable journey
    It takes a great leap of faith to be the first from your country to compete on another nation’s highest stage, but imagine how the story would be told if for 30 years nobody followed in your footsteps? Often relegated to a footnote in...
  • Rookie phenom Eduardo Rodriguez pitches Red Sox past Blue Jays, 4-3
    Rookie phenom Eduardo Rodriguez pitches Red Sox past Blue Jays, 4-3
    The Boston Red Sox have strung together a three-game winning streak. Behind the strong pitching of left-handed rookie Eduardo Rodriguez and a pair of home runs by David Ortiz and Jackie Bradley Jr., the Red Sox held on to defeat the Toronto Blue...
  • carries lethal bat against Diamondbacks
    Kendrick's late home run helps send Diamondbacks to defeat
    If the Diamondbacks never see Howie Kendrick again, it will probably be too soon.Earlier this season, Kendrick beat the Diamondbacks with a walk-off single against Daniel Hudson in Dodger Stadium on June 10, and returned with an encore Tuesday...
  • restructuring the Diamondabcks
    Diamondbacks benefit from La Russa's aggressive approach
    After the disastrous season of a year ago, patience ran thin within the Diamondbacks organization.Here was a team coming off two years of playing exactly .500 baseball and then fell completely apart. After dropping their initial two games to the...
  • game-winner
    Diamondbacks pull off come-from-behind win: Gain on Dodgers
    Shades of 2011?Perhaps not quite at this point of the season, but the Diamondbacks are beginning to show the kind of resiliency which elevated the franchise to the top of the National League West division five years ago.Down 4-0 and 6-4 Monday...
  • A leg up
    Reds offense comes alive in victory over Twins
    The Cincinnati Reds erupted for 11 runs including nine after three innings, but had to resist a rally by the Minnesota Twins to win 11-7 on Monday at Great American Ballpark.Mike Leake lasted just four innings allowing seven runs on nine hits, but...
  • Kal Segrist
    Kal Segrist, former New York Yankees infielder passes away at 84
    Kal Segrist, a former infielder with the New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles in the 1950s, and the longtime head baseball coach at Texas Tech, passed away in Lubbock, Texas this weekend. He was 84.Segrist was signed by the Yankees in 1951 after...
  • one more rehab start
    Corbin ready to rejoin rotation
    Within the next week, the Diamondbacks’ starting rotation will change.Left-hander Patrick Corbin, with one more rehab start on his schedule, will come off the disabled list and into the rotation.Speaking before Monday’s game against...
  • Fireworks in Oakland
    Chicago Cubs to host first ever post-game fireworks show after July 4 game
    The Fourth of July is quickly approaching. For some it means parades, picnics and fireworks. For the first time in Cubs history it also means if you have a ticket to the night game between the Cubs and the Miami Marlins, you can stay and watch...
  • Kyle Kendrick against San Francisco
    Getting the final out of the inning proving problematic for Colorado pitchers
    Closing out the inning has been one of the biggest problems for the Colorado Rockies pitching staff this season. Runs scored by the opposition with two outs in the inning have become a common scenario this season for the Rockies, as was evidenced...
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