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  • Matz has record day at plate in debut, Mets beat Reds 7-2

    Steven Matz's giddy grandfather popped out of his seat at Citi Field and shouted with unabashed glee. Boy, did he have plenty to cheer about. In an astonishing and storybook debut, Matz became the only major league pitcher to drive in four runs in his...
  • Matz Has Record Day At Plate In Debut, Mets Beat Reds 7-2

    Matz Has Record Day At Plate In Debut, Mets Beat Reds 7-2
    NEW YORK (AP) — In an astonishing debut, Steven Matz became the only major league pitcher to drive in four runs in his first career game while leading the New York Mets to a 7-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday. Pitching about 50 miles...
  • Pete Rose reportedly bet on games as a player with Cincinnati Reds

    Pete Rose reportedly bet on games as a player with Cincinnati Reds
    In the latest chapter of a nearly three-decade saga, ESPN's "Outside the Lines" reported Monday that Pete Rose bet on Cincinnati Reds games while he was still a player for the team, directly contradicting previous statements Rose has made that he only...
  • MLB is experiencing another power surge

    MLB is experiencing another power surge
    On the evening of June 16, baseball fans with the right television subscription were treated to an eerie display of power. It began at 8:18 p.m. on the East Coast, when Todd Frazier of the Cincinnati Reds hit a home run to center field in the fifth...
  • It's too bad Pete Rose never will get his just due

    It's too bad Pete Rose never will get his just due
    Pete Rose is old news and getting older. Just look at him. He looks like a faded, balled-up old newspaper someone once used to pack away grandma's china. Rose has as much to do with today's baseball as flannel. Still, here he is again. Rose is a scab...
  • Orioles' Travis Snider to reunite with his No. 1 fan

    Orioles' Travis Snider to reunite with his No. 1 fan
    Wyatt Anthony can stake claim to the title of Orioles outfielder Travis Snider’s biggest fan, and on Sunday at Camden Yards, the 8-year-old will get to reconnect with his hero. It is a visit nearly five months in the making, one connecting an...
  • Reds-Mets Game Suspended By Rain, Score Tied 1-all After 6

    Reds-Mets Game Suspended By Rain, Score Tied 1-all After 6
    NEW YORK (AP) — Held down by Matt Harvey in the rain, the Cincinnati Reds still have a chance to win Saturday's game on Sunday. For that, they can thank Manny Parra. Harvey stayed steady on a slick mound and Curtis Granderson homered again for the...
  • On The Fly: Nets Give UConn's Boatright A Shot

    On The Fly: Nets Give UConn's Boatright A Shot
    Ryan Boatright had to sit through two rounds of the draft at the Barclays Center on Thursday night without hearing his name, but he may get the chance to prove all those teams wrong in that very same building. Boatright, the former UConn guard, has hooked...
  • Ryne Sandberg steps down as Phillies manager

    Ryne Sandberg steps down as Phillies manager
    There was a range of reasons the Phillies could have called a Friday afternoon news conference that was announced just 33 minutes before it took place. The initial thought was the Phillies would introduce Andy MacPhail as team president, which is...
  • Scherzer takes perfect game into 6th, Nats beat Phils 5-2

    Max Scherzer has been so dominant that teammates are surprised when he actually gives up a hit. Scherzer took a perfect game into the sixth inning in his bid to become the second pitcher in major league history to throw two consecutive no-hitters and the...
  • Dodgers win, and they're still looking for pitching

    Dodgers win, and they're still looking for pitching
    A six-week offensive slump hasn't changed the Dodgers' priorities heading into the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline, the team's president of baseball operations said Wednesday. Speaking before the Dodgers' 5-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley...