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  • LEADING OFF: Kershaw vs. MadBum, Kluber-Smaradzija

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ TOP BILLING A marquee matchup is on tap between reigning NL MVP and Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw of the Dodgers and World Series MVP Madison Bumgarner of the Giants in a duel...
  • Focused Kris Bryant has big night; Addison Russell on way to Cubs

    Focused Kris Bryant has big night; Addison Russell on way to Cubs
    PITTSBURGH — Filming a commercial three days before playing your first major-league game might seem ambitious, but Kris Bryant wants to be a man of his word. "It comes with the territory, but I wouldn't want it any other way," said Bryant, who...
  • Dodgers Dugout: Streaking in L.A.

    Dodgers Dugout: Streaking in L.A.
    Hi, this is Houston Mitchell, reminding you that if the Dodgers keep winning like they are now, they will finish the season 159-3. That seems unlikely though. And now, on with the show. Seven up The Dodgers have won seven in a row and are 9-3 overall....
  • Carlos Rodon didn't lose sleep over shaky White Sox debut

    Carlos Rodon didn't lose sleep over shaky White Sox debut
    White Sox manager Robin Ventura said Wednesday morning he has no doubt rookie left-hander Carlos Rodon will be able to quickly leave his shaky major-league debut behind him. Rodon said he went right to sleep Tuesday night after he gave up two runs on...
  • F-bombs away: Rants a time-honored part of sports culture

    Fellas, chill. It's just a game, right? Losing stinks. We totally get it. Athletes and coaches have been angry about coming up on the short end since cavemen looked at each other, pointed to a spot in the distance and took off to see who could get...
  • Reds' Bryan Price sorry for bad words, sticks by sentiment

    Cincinnati manager Bryan Price is sorry for using foul language in a pregame tirade. Everything in between the bad words remains fair game. The Reds skipper stood firm on his stance that media shouldn't report developments he thinks would put his team at...
  • Orioles' emotions run high following Bautista blast in 13-6 loss to Blue Jays

    Orioles' emotions run high following Bautista blast in 13-6 loss to Blue Jays
    Whether the Orioles’ latest dustup with Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista on Tuesday night at the Rogers Centre galvanizes the club will remain to be seen, but the emotion inside the clubhouse following the team’s 13-6 loss to Toronto was...
  • Difficult debuts, information overloads and the art of saying nothing

    Difficult debuts, information overloads and the art of saying nothing
    Two players who figure to be part of the Chicago sports scene for years made their major league debuts Tuesday night, with Carlos Rodon and Addison Russell both looking jittery. Russell went 0-for-5 with three strikeouts in the Cubs’ 9-8...
  • Mets win 9th in row, newcomer Plawecki and Niese beat Braves

    Catcher Kevin Plawecki trotted onto the field, shook hands with umpire crew chief Jerry Meals and promptly bounced a practice throw down to second base. "A little bit nervous," Plawecki said. Maybe, but it never showed in his big league debut....
  • Mike Scioscia addresses Angels bosses' comments on Josh Hamilton

    Mike Scioscia addresses Angels bosses' comments on Josh Hamilton
    As the Angels prepared to open their Arizona training facility to Josh Hamilton, Manager Mike Scioscia tried Tuesday to explain that his bosses had criticized baseball's drug policy, and not the troubled outfielder himself, when they expressed outrage...
  • Carlos Rodon makes White Sox debut in relief, struggles with control

    Carlos Rodon makes White Sox debut in relief, struggles with control
    Six pitches into his major-league debut Tuesday night, White Sox left-hander Carlos Rodon had thrown six balls and received a visit from pitching coach Don Cooper. The top Sox prospect's first relief outing at U.S. Cellular Field wasn't nearly as smooth...