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  • Angels' Tyler Skaggs alters plan in recovery from Tommy John surgery

    Angels' Tyler Skaggs alters plan in recovery from Tommy John surgery
    Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs has scrapped his goal of pitching in a minor league game this season, opting instead to give himself a full 18 months to recover from Tommy John surgery. The 23-year-old left-hander underwent the elbow reconstruction...
  • Nationals defeat Phillies 4-3 in 10 innings

    Nationals defeat Phillies 4-3 in 10 innings
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — This is the kind of victory that could get the Nationals going. Wilson Ramos drove in what would be the winning run in the 10th inning with his second RBI of the day, and Washington defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 4-3....
  • Major league ballparks beef up security with metal detectors

    Baseball fans are taking their first swings at the sport's new security guidelines. Forget shelling out cash for $30 tickets, $9 beers and $16 parking charges. Major League Baseball fans have more reason to empty their pockets, only this time of keys,...
  • Nationals avoid sweep with extra-innings win over Phillies

    Nationals avoid sweep with extra-innings win over Phillies
    PHILADELPHIA — For the second time in less than 24 hours, the Philadelphia Phillies and Washington Nationals played 10 innings at Citizens Bank Park. Sunday's result, however, was different. Instead of the Phillies walking off in the 10th like...
  • Red Sox fans face increased parking fines around Fenway

    Boston Red Sox fans attending the home opener might get an expensive ticket if they park in resident-only spots around Fenway Park. A new city ordinance that boosts the game-day fine for using resident-only spots in the neighborhoods around the...
  • Red Sox rock Cole Hamels, defeat Phillies, 8-0

    PHILADELPHIA Cole Hamels displayed his usual stuff Monday, manager Ryne Sandberg said, but the Phillies ace lacked consistent command of his pitches. The Boston Red Sox teed off on four of them, sending three fastballs and a change-up into the left-...
  • On The Fly: Red Sox Mix Pitching, Power On Opening Day

    On The Fly: Red Sox Mix Pitching, Power On Opening Day
    The end of the college basketball season, and the fact you can probably see your mailbox again, are the clearest signs baseball season is upon us. The Red Sox, Yankees and Mets got it going with Monday afternoon games and sadly have only 161 games left to...
  • Colon Goes Six Innings And Mets Beat Nationals 3-1

    Colon Goes Six Innings And Mets Beat Nationals 3-1
    Max Scherzer took a no-hitter into the sixth inning of his Washington debut but was unable to overcome two costly errors by shortstop Ian Desmond, and the New York Mets beat the Nationals 3-1 in their season opener Monday. Bartolo Colon pitched six...
  • Washington Nationals get 2018 All-Star Game

    Washington Nationals get 2018 All-Star Game
    Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred announced Monday that the 2018 All-Star Game will be played at Washington's Nationals Park, taking another year out of play for the Orioles, who had once hoped to host the 2016 contest. Former...
  • Play ball! Kershaw, Trout, Bumgarner all set for opening day

    No team lost more games in spring training than the champion San Francisco Giants, hardly any pitcher struggled more than World Series MVP Madison Bumgarner. So what? Throw out those stats — it's time to play ball for real. Come Monday, Clayton...
  • Wisconsin a slight favorite to win NCAA title, plus MLB odds as the season begins

    Wisconsin a slight favorite to win NCAA title, plus MLB odds as the season begins
    Big day today. The national championship game  in the NCAA tournament and the full rollout of Major League Baseball for 2015. Yes, there was a game on Sunday night in Chicago, but this is really Opening Day. From RJ Bell of Pregame.com, here's the...