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Neil Allen, Twins Pitching Coach, Charged with DWI: Latest Details and Comments

Minnesota Twins pitching coach Neil Allen has been suspended indefinitely by the team after he was arrested early Thursday morning for driving while intoxicated. "The Minnesota Twins are aware of the pending DWI charge against pitching coach Neil Allen," the team said in a statement, per Fox 9's Hobie Artigue. Show More Summary

Rougned Odor Suspension Reduced: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

Texas Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor's suspension has been reduced by one game. Odor, who punched Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Jose Bautista during a game on May 15, will be suspended seven games instead of the eight-game punishment...Show More Summary

Hector Olivera Suspended by MLB: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

Atlanta Braves outfielder Hector Olivera has been suspended without pay through August 1 for violating Major League Baseball's joint domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse policy. MLB announced the ruling Thursday and added...Show More Summary

Mike Moustakas Injury Update: Royals Star Placed on DL with Torn ACL

Kansas City Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a right ACL tear, the team announced Thursday. The team recalled Brett Eibner from Triple-A Omaha. Read more MLB news on

Mark Teixeira Injury: Updates on Yankees Star's Neck and Return

New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira is day-to-day after missing Wednesday's game with a neck injury. Continue for updates. Teixeira to Miss 3 Games Thursday, May 26 According to Bob Nightengale of USA Today, Teixeira will miss...Show More Summary

Wade Boggs Wears Yankees World Series Ring to Red Sox Ceremony at Fenway Park

The Boston Red Sox are set to retire Wade Boggs' No. 26 on Thursday night, but after what he did on Wednesday, the team may be rethinking that special honor. OK, maybe not. But when someone wears a New York Yankees World Series ringShow More Summary

Julio Urias Called Up by Dodgers: Latest Comments and Reaction

The Los Angeles Dodgers are calling up pitcher Julio Urias, and he is expected to make his MLB debut Friday against the New York Mets, the team announced Thursday. Urias will replace Alex Wood in the rotation, who will skip a start due...Show More Summary

1 Potential 2016 Trade Idea for All 30 MLB Teams Heading into June

The MLB trade market generally doesn't heat up until the beginning of July, but it's never too early to start speculating about some potential deals that teams could explore. We've broken down the following article into buyers, sellers...Show More Summary

Chase Utley Showing MLB, Dodgers He Has More Left in the Tank

Even without a career that included six All-Star appearances, four Silver Sluggers and three seasons in which he finished in the top 10 in NL MVP voting, Chase Utley would still forever remain in the baseball lexicon. Albeit becauseShow More Summary

2016 MLB Rookie of the Year Stock Watch, May Edition

Another year, another season of Major League Baseball having more talented rookies than it knows what to do with. And if nothing else, that makes for enticing Rookie of the Year races. This year's Rookie of the Year contestants might not be quite as strong as a 2015 class that was among the best in recent memory, but it's no slouch. Show More Summary

Is 2009 or 2014 Spending Spree More to Blame for Yankees' Payroll Mess?

Zero. That's how many dollars the New York Yankees spent on major league free agents this winter. Considering they've got MLB's second-highest payroll and a well-earned reputation for cutting cartoonish checks, that's sort of a big deal. What...Show More Summary

Xander Bogaerts Quietly Becoming Crown Jewel of Red Sox's Homegrown Bumper Crop

It's too obvious to call Boston Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts an X-factor (get it?). And it's an understatement to simply call him a factor in Boston's rise to the top of the American League East standings. Bogaerts has been much more than a mere factor. Show More Summary

Brandon Belt Injury: Updates on Giants 1B's Ankle and Return

San Francisco Giants first baseman Brandon Belt suffered an ankle injury Wednesday during his team's game against the San Diego Padres. Continue for updates. Belt's Ankle Sprain Considered "Mild" Wednesday, May 25 According to's...Show More Summary

Vin Scully Declines Offer to Take Part in Broadcasting 2016 MLB All-Star Game

Legendary Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully, who is in his 67th and final season calling games, has declined Fox Sports' offer to work the MLB All-Star Game on July 12 in San Diego,'s Richard Deitsch reported Wednesday. Brad...Show More Summary

Terry Collins, John Ricco Comment on Matt Harvey's Struggles

After considering demoting starting pitcher Matt Harvey to the minor leagues, the New York Mets' leadership has agreed to stick with him at the MLB level.'s Adam Rubin reported Wednesday that Harvey will make his next start at home this coming Monday against the Chicago White Sox. Show More Summary

Kershaw Earns 3rd Shutout in May, Headed for 4th NL Cy Young Award

Following Monday's outing against the Cincinnati Reds, Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw had thrown as many shutouts (3) in the month of May as the rest of MLB combined, per ESPN Stats & Info. Of course, this isn't the only...Show More Summary

Scott Miller's Starting 9: From Email to Starbucks, You're Fired!

Psst, may I have your Delta frequent flier number before we begin, please?... 1. Of Emails, One-Way Flights and Fredi Gonzalez & Friends Knives are never sharp enough when the suits decide to ax the manager, but what the Atlanta Braves...Show More Summary

Crucial MLB Questions Left Unanswered After Season's First 2 Months

It seems as if Opening Day was only a few weeks ago, but here we sit, with Memorial Day fast approaching and nearly two months of baseball's regular season already behind us. Time flies, whether you're having fun or not. While there's...Show More Summary

Offseason MLB Moves That Look Like Steals 2 Months into 2016

We're nearly two months into the 2016 MLB season, and several under-the-radar offseason moves have paid huge dividends beyond reasonable expectations. With the way clubs spend for top talent, a star free agent will virtually never become a bargain. Show More Summary

Is Aledmys Diaz the Next in Long Line of MLB's Shortstop Stars?

Aledmys Diaz has already done one thing that's hard to do in today's MLB: emerge as a surprise star. Now all he needs to do is prove this is for real. For the moment, the St. Louis Cardinals' rookie shortstop is so much more than a mere stand-in for the injured Jhonny Peralta. Show More Summary

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