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  • Nationals OF Harper sore, but avoids disabled list for now

    Bryce Harper's strained left hamstring kept him out of Friday's game against Pittsburgh, which came as no surprise after his nasty spill in the outfield less than 24 hours earlier. The real question is: How many more games will he miss? Nationals...
  • Bryce Harper a future Yankee? Dodgers may have something to say about that

    Bryce Harper a future Yankee? Dodgers may have something to say about that
    The last few years have not been kind to fans of the New York Yankees, at least not to the ones conditioned to believe every great young player is destined to be seduced by the Yankees' wallets, er, tradition. Clayton Kershaw shrugged off free agency...
  • A-Rod expected to be main attraction in Miami as he goes after 3,000th hit

    He has bought tickets for Miami Westminster Christian's state championship baseball team and invited 50 children from the Boys and Girls Club of Miami to be at Marlins Park on Monday night for his homecoming. The 10 FIU students who are receiving...
  • Cardinals' Mozeliak, DeWitt plead ignorance amid investigations

    MINNEAPOLIS While acknowledging a concern that a federal probe into alleged hacking by members of his front office could "tarnish" the Cardinals' reputation, general manager John Mozeliak asserted Wednesday that he and Chairman Bill DeWitt Jr. were...
  • Buxton scores winning run in MLB debut as Twins beat Rangers

    Byron Buxton sat in the dugout about an hour before making his major league debut and identified speed as his greatest baseball attribute. He quickly got to show it off, too. Despite going 0 for 4, Buxton streaked home with the go-ahead run in the ninth...
  • Q&A: Mark Gonzales' Cubs mailbag

    Q&A: Mark Gonzales' Cubs mailbag
    The Tribune’s Mark Gonzales answers readers’ questions about the handling of Kyle Schwarber, renaming the Crosstown Series and the lack of home day games. With Miguel Montero locked up thru 2017 and Kyle Schwarber seemingly ready to be on...
  • Padres' Bud Black third baseball manager to be fired this year

    Padres' Bud Black third baseball manager to be fired this year
    SAN DIEGO (AP) — The San Diego Padres, who began the season with high expectations thanks to a high-profile overhaul of their roster, fired longtime manager Bud Black on Monday after limping to a weak start. The team's offseason frenzy saw them...
  • Royals batter Brewers, 8-5, as offense breaks out

    MILWAUKEE The sign advertising next month's All Star Game hung from a party deck in Miller Park's left field. The Royals have become synonymous with the Midsummer Classic in recent weeks as their fans overwhelm the voting system. In the fifth inning of an...
  • Padres fire manager Bud Black

    Bud Black understood full well the expectations for San Diego to win now with a remade, star-studded roster - and with a new front office, too. His leash was a short one trying to get a new-look team to come together in a hurry. In his ninth year...
  • Cubs in holding pattern for NL All-Star voting

    Cubs in holding pattern for NL All-Star voting
    Three Chicago Cubs players failed to move up as the National League All-Star voting moves into its final two weeks. Rookie third baseman Kris Bryant remains second to Matt Carpenter of St. Louis in the latest voting results released Tuesday. First...
  • It's OK that Adrian Gonzalez won't start in Royal joke of an All-Star game

    It's OK that Adrian Gonzalez won't start in Royal joke of an All-Star game
    Baseball loves wacky, or maybe you haven’t been paying attention to the All-Star voting results. Major League Baseball has a real problem on its hands and has absolutely no one to blame but itself. And I’m not talking about Adrian Gonzalez...