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Bryce Harper, Kris Bryant Met All Hype in 1st Matchup Between NL's Top Phenoms

No one should be disappointed. For all the clamoring, anticipation and attention, the first major league series featuring Bryce Harper and Kris Bryant lived up to the hype. The two biggest hitting prospects on Major League Baseball’s marquee this decade, players who grew up as childhood teammates and phenoms, finally met at the professional level. Show More Summary

Toronto Blue Jays: Josh Donaldson Thriving in 1st Season North of the Border

The Toronto Blue Jays pulled off a blockbuster trade last winter, acquiring Josh Donaldson from Oakland in a shocking five-player deal. He was expected to come in and immediately make the Jays a contender. Donaldson himself was veryShow More Summary

Dodgers Trade Scenarios: 3 Potential Deals That Just Make Sense

The Los Angeles Dodgers made their first big trade of the regular season on Tuesday night, sending veteran third baseman Juan Uribe and injured relief pitcher Chris Withrow to the Atlanta Braves in exchange for utility infielder Alberto Callaspo and pitchers Eric Stults, Ian Thomas and Juan Jaime. Show More Summary

Dodgers Will Still Give Away Juan Uribe Bobbleheads Despite Trading Him

Despite trading Juan Uribe to the Atlanta Braves in a six-player deal that the Los Angeles Dodgers announced on Wednesday, the organization revealed its plans to still go ahead with the bobblehead giveaway honoring the third baseman on July 11 as scheduled: #Dodgers will still hold Juan Uribe Bobblehead Night on July 11. Show More Summary

Re-Evaluating Mets' Top Draft Picks from the Past Decade

Every June, the MLB draft occurs, and that's when teams can select among the best high school and college talent in the country to add to their minor league systems. Some first-round picks will turn out great, while others will become...Show More Summary

2015 MLB All-Star Game Voting Initial Update, Biggest Takeaways

The initial voting results for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game have been released, and while the game is still roughly a month-and-a-half away, we already have an idea of what the starting rosters could look like on July 14. This year's game...Show More Summary

Mariners' Nelson Cruz Launches Home Run into Tampa Bay's 'Touch Tank'

Seattle Mariners slugger Nelson Cruz is so strong that he recently endangered a group of cownose rays in Tampa Bay. During Wednesday's game against the Tampa Bay Rays, Cruz launched a go-ahead three-run home run into Tropicana Field's...Show More Summary

Alex Rodriguez Passes Lou Gehrig for 3rd Place on MLB's All-Time RBI List

The New York Yankees and Alex Rodriguez may not always see eye-to-eye regarding his on-field accomplishments, but the controversial third baseman keeps rewriting the record books. His latest feat was moving into third place on the all-time...Show More Summary

MLB All-Star Game 2015 Voting: Bryce Harper, Matt Carpenter Top Early NL Results

The 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game isn't until July 14, but the first round of results from the fan ballots in the National League were released Wednesday. Per MLB Communications on Twitter, Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper is the leading vote-getter and four St. Show More Summary

Indians Players and Coaches Shave Heads out of Support for Mike Aviles' Daughter

As Cleveland Indians utility man Mike Aviles deals with a tough personal situation, his teammates and coaches want him to know that they are there for him. Zack Meisel of Northeast Ohio Media Group reported earlier this month that Aviles' 4-year-old daughter, Adriana, had been diagnosed with leukemia. Show More Summary

Red Sox's Pitching Problems Overshadowing Unexpectedly Weak Offense

For all the talk of how bad the Boston Red Sox pitching, especially the rotation, has been, there's another element of the team that has also struggled mightily—and rather unexpectedly—through the first quarter of the season. That would...Show More Summary

New York Mets: Lucas Duda Turning into Terrific All-Around Hitter

Not too long ago, Lucas Duda was the epitome of a one-dimensional player. He didn't hit for average, he didn't hit left-handed pitchers, he didn't play good defense and he wasn't a good baserunner. But he did hit for plenty of powerShow More Summary

MLB Draft Big Board 2015: Mike Rosenbaum's Complete Predraft Rankings

With the 2015 MLB Rule 4 draft less than two weeks away, one would think that the teams with early first-round picks already know who they’re going to take. However, due to a lack of impact players at certain positions in this year’s...Show More Summary

Picking MLB's 2015 All-Breakout Team Entering June Baseball

The 2015 MLB season is now two months old, and we've reached a point where a surprising hot start has to be viewed as something more than a fluke. With that in mind, what follows is a look at the all-breakout team entering the monthShow More Summary

Adrian Gonzalez Goes Deep to Reach 1,000 Career RBI

Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez recorded the 1,000th and 1,001st RBI of his career upon hitting a two-run home run off Atlanta Braves pitcher Julio Teheran in the fifth inning of Tuesday's 8-0 win over the Braves, per...Show More Summary

After Hot Start, Yankees Looking Like Expected Flawed Roster

Through the first five weeks of the 2015 season, the New York Yankees looked good. Like, really good. Legitimately good. ... Too good. Sure enough, what tends to happen with teams that look too good has happened to the Yankees. After...Show More Summary

Scott Miller's Starting 9: In Shelby Miller, Braves Find a New Potential Anchor

1. Breakout Star Shelby Miller Revving Up Atlanta's Rebuilding ATLANTA – The best trades are the ones that help both teams, and while Jason Heyward has been a key in pushing the St. Louis Cardinals to baseball's best record, Shelby Miller's...Show More Summary

10 Surprising MLB Players Who Could Be Traded This Year

Last summer, Oakland Athletics vice president and general manager Billy Beane shocked the baseball world by trading away Yoenis Cespedes. It was a bold move and a move that ultimately didn't work out. Oakland wobbled down the stretch...Show More Summary

Josh Donaldson's Huge Night Leads 4 MLB Walk-Offs: Tuesday MLB Takeaways

The 2015 season has been a struggle for the Toronto Blue Jays, as their pitching has been a nightmare and they've spent the majority of their time trying to stay out of the AL East basement. But hey, at least they have Josh Donaldson. A...Show More Summary

Matt Adams Injury: Updates on Cardinals 1B's Quadricep and Return

St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Matt Adams left in the fifth inning of Tuesday night's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks after suffering a right quadricep injury. Continue for updates. Adams Hurts Quad Tuesday, May 26 The Cardinals are currently categorizing Adams' injury as a quad strain. Show More Summary

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