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  • Pirates use big inning to defeat Indians, 5-3, as Cole gets his 12th win

    PITTSBURGH Gerrit Cole is the Pirates ace and one of the best pitchers in baseball, but in this particular game he needed a little lift from his offense to secure yet another win. But that doesn't mean Cole wasn't very good, again, because he was. It...
  • Dodgers place pitcher Carlos Frias on disabled list

    Dodgers place pitcher Carlos Frias on disabled list
    The Dodgers put pitcher Carlos Frias on the disabled list Sunday and plan to call up a minor league pitcher to start Monday, according to Manager Don Mattingly. Frias said he has been hampered by lower back tightness for his last three starts....
  • Harper uses patriotic themed bat, homers to help Nats win

    Seems like every bat Bryce Harper uses this season provides fireworks for the Washington Nationals. The patriotic version he used on July 4 against Madison Bumgarner and the San Francisco Giants was no exception. Harper homered, Tyler Moore drove in...
  • Cincinnati offers baseball history along with All-Star Game

    The city hosting baseball's All-Star Game this year was the home of a team that played like all-stars back in 1869. The Cincinnati Red Stockings went 57-0 that year as baseball's first officially professional team. Player-manager Harry Wright's team...
  • Second baseman Jonathan Schoop rejoins Orioles starting lineup and other early notes

    Second baseman Jonathan Schoop rejoins Orioles starting lineup and other early notes
    Second baseman Jonathan Schoop made his first major league start in more than 11 weeks today in the Orioles’ series finale against the Chicago White Sox at U.S. Cellular Park. The Orioles activated Schoop, who suffered a right knee injury in mid-...
  • Chris Sale faces old friend in big start Monday

    Chris Sale faces old friend in big start Monday
    Come Monday, the extra day of rest will be history for Chris Sale, who will try to make history when he faces one of the best in White Sox history at U.S. Cellular Field. If Sale, the American League's pitcher of the month in June, strikes out at...
  • Royals' Perez, Escobar, Cain and Gordon to start for American League in All-Star Game

    Half of the eight position players who take the field for the American League in the All-Star Game later this month will be Royals. The final votes are in, and four Royals have been elected starters: catcher Salvador Perez; shortstop Alcides Escobar; and...
  • On The Fly: Fireworks Accident Could Be Costly For Jason Pierre-Paul

    On The Fly: Fireworks Accident Could Be Costly For Jason Pierre-Paul
    Seeking a long-term contract from the Giants, Jason Pierre-Paul has spent the offseason in Florida rather than attend organized team activities in New Jersey. On the Fourth of July, Pierre-Paul reportedly imported a van full of fireworks for a party in...
  • Marlins send slumping CF Marcell Ozuna to minors

    Marlins send slumping CF Marcell Ozuna to minors
    For the second straight day the Marlins sent a starter down to the minors, only this time it was a position player, Marcell Ozuna, the projected center fielder for years to come. Ozuna, 24, who had a breakout season last year, belting 23 homers with 85...
  • Four years after leaving Orioles, Phillies' Andy MacPhail gearing up for another rebuild

    Four years after leaving Orioles, Phillies' Andy MacPhail gearing up for another rebuild
    It was nearly eight years ago to the day when Andy MacPhail stood behind a podium and outlined his immediate plans to fix a once-proud baseball organization that was in a 10-year tailspin. "I have to watch and I'm going to have to read and I'm going...
  • Flashback: Story of 1919 Black Sox scandal still resonates

    Flashback: Story of 1919 Black Sox scandal still resonates
    The front page headline of the Aug. 3, 1921, Chicago Daily Tribune blared: "Jury Frees Baseball Men." Eight White Sox players charged with throwing the 1919 World Series were acquitted by a 12-man jury that deliberated just 2 hours, 47 minutes. The...