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  • Marlins' bats stay silent as Cardinals sweep up

    Marlins' bats stay silent as Cardinals sweep up
    Maybe it's time for the Marlins to burn their bats. Or have them exorcised. Because their hitters, aside from Giancarlo Stanton, haven't exercised the lumber much lately. In losing the first two games against the Cardinals this week they scored four...
  • Appeals court says judge properly dismissed Braun lawsuit

    A judge properly dismissed a lawsuit alleging Milwaukee Brewers slugger Ryan Braun libeled a former friend who helped him fight allegations he used steroids, a state appeals court ruled Thursday. The 1st District Court of Appeals agreed that Milwaukee...
  • Marlins' Fernandez feels ready, but will adhere to rehab plan

    Marlins' Fernandez feels ready, but will adhere to rehab plan
    Jose Fernandez looked ready for prime time in his most recent rehab start. He dominated in a seven-inning outing Monday for Class A Jupiter. He threw 90 pitches, utlizing his full repertoire. He struck out nine. So what’s to be gained Saturday...
  • Daniel Robertson to start in leadoff spot for Angels against Seattle

    Daniel Robertson to start in leadoff spot for Angels against Seattle
    For the first time since joining the Angels, outfielder Daniel Robertson on Saturday was scheduled to start in the leadoff spot against the Seattle Mariners. Robertson, acquired from the Texas Rangers in November, was recalled from triple-A Salt Lake on...
  • Markakis' record streak of 398 games without an error ends

    Atlanta right fielder Nick Markakis saw his record streak of 398 consecutive games without an error end in the first inning of Thursday's game against the Washington Nationals. Denard Span singled to right field leading off and Markakis bobbled the ball,...
  • MLB plans to open 2nd replay center in San Francisco

    MLB plans to open 2nd replay center in San Francisco
    Major League Baseball plans to open a second replay center in San Francisco. MLB opened a replay center at MLB Advanced Media's office in New York in 2008 and expanded it in 2014. Speaking Thursday at AT&T Park, Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred...
  • Pedroia goes on Boston disabled list with strained hamstring

    Second baseman Dustin Pedroia was put on the 15-day disabled list by the Boston Red Sox before Thursday's 8-6 loss to Baltimore, a day after straining his right hamstring. Pedroia was hurt rounding first base after his go-ahead, two-run single in the...
  • Jon Lester says reason for argument with ump a mystery to him

    Jon Lester says reason for argument with ump a mystery to him
    Jon Lester isn't afraid to show emotion, but catcher David Ross had to intercept umpire Andy Fletcher between the mound and home plate after Lester issued a walk in the second inning of the Cubs' 4-0 loss to the Dodgers. "I didn't say anything...
  • Major League Baseball Update: Estrada nearly perfect on mound for Toronto Blue Jays

    Major League Baseball Update: Estrada nearly perfect on mound for Toronto Blue Jays
    The following are updates on area Major League Baseball players. Marco Estrada (Glendale Community College, 2003) Toronto Blue Jays pitcher: Estrada is enjoying one of the best stretches of his career, which included flirting with a perfect game in...
  • Sideline Chatter: Guess where America's sweatiest city is � not Seattle

    This honor, you could say, is the pits. Tampa, Fla., beat out Miami and Houston for the crown of America's sweatiest city, according to an Environmental Health & Engineering study. It would've been Seattle, but Fernando Rodney doesn't pitch every day....
  • Orioles observations on the recent road trip, Zach Britton cool under pressure and more

    Orioles observations on the recent road trip, Zach Britton cool under pressure and more
    After returning home following back-to-back road series wins in Toronto and Boston, the Orioles have to be feeling good as they open a seven-game homestand tonight against the Indians at Camden Yards. The Orioles started their eight-game road trip seven...