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  • Seeing is believing: Watch Dodgers' Joc Pederson's game-saving catch

    Seeing is believing: Watch Dodgers' Joc Pederson's game-saving catch
    This is too great. If you're part of the majority of Los Angeles who still can't watch the Dodgers on TV or you simply missed their game Sunday, here is the MLB clip of Joc Pederson's remarkable catch at Petco Park. The situation: The game is tied 2-2...
  • 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...
  • LEADING OFF: Blue Jays go for team-record 12th straight win

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ TORRID TORONTO, AND THE TRADE The Blue Jays try for their team-record 12th straight win when speedy shortstop Jose Reyes returns to Citi Field to take on the Mets in an interleague...
  • It falls apart for Dodgers in sixth inning against the Rangers

    It falls apart for Dodgers in sixth inning against the Rangers
    KEY MOMENT: The sixth inning started identically for the Dodgers and Rangers. Both led off with two walks with the heart of the lineup stepping to the plate. For the Dodgers, the rally was short-lived. The Rangers used singles from Prince Fielder, Mitch...
  • Bud Black fired by San Diego Padres

    Bud Black fired by San Diego Padres
    The club president took over two years ago. The general manager took over last year. The team blew up its payroll and its minor league system last winter, in an effort to win now. So, with the San Diego Padres under .500, who got the blame on Monday?...
  • 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...
  • Yasiel Puig, Dodgers are frustrated in 4-1 loss to Rangers

    Yasiel Puig, Dodgers are frustrated in 4-1 loss to Rangers
    The Dodgers' 4-1 loss to the Texas Rangers on Monday started with a celebration of Korean Heritage Night, during which a group of kids used taekwondo moves to break a wooden board. Eight innings later, Yasiel Puig of the Dodgers used his knee to break a...
  • A's rookie outfielder Billy Burns scorches Padres

    SAN DIEGO When Billy Burns made a couple of game-saving catches during Scott Kazmir's last start, the left-handed pitcher dropped some Louis Vuitton on the rookie center fielder. So what's next after Burns saved two runs with a tremendous leaping catch...
  • North Central College's Sam Klein goes pro, signs with Joliet Slammers

    North Central College's Sam Klein goes pro, signs with Joliet Slammers
    Former North Central College player Sam Klein was not deterred by the fact that he played NCAA Division III baseball, a level that is often overlooked by professional scouts. "I talked to (former NCC coach John Fitzgerald) and (current coach Ed)...
  • Harvey, Parnell Pitch Mets To 3-2 Win Over Blue Jays

    Harvey, Parnell Pitch Mets To 3-2 Win Over Blue Jays
    NEW YORK (AP) — Matt Harvey returned to form with seven shutout innings and an RBI double, leading the New York Mets to a 3-2 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday night. Bobby Parnell earned a five-out save in his third outing since Tommy...
  • Dwyer's Szapucki to sign with New York Mets

    Dwyer's Szapucki to sign with New York Mets
    Although the University of Florida is going to the College World Series, what the New York Mets have done with young pitchers provided greater appeal to Thomas Szapucki. The Dwyer left-handed pitcher said Tuesday he would forgo college and sign with the...