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Seattle Mariners vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Betting Preview, Matchup Odds

Two teams that are among the favorites on the odds to win the 2015 World Series will square off at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday night in the final matchup of a three-game interleague series between the visiting Seattle Mariners and host...Show More Summary

Mookie Betts Ready to Become MLB's Next True 5-Tool Star in 2015

The Boston Red Sox celebrated their 2015 home opener Monday with a decisive 9-4 win against the Washington Nationals. However, the afternoon belonged to center fielder Mookie Betts, Boston’s 22-year-old phenom who has continued to amaze...Show More Summary

Stephen Strasburg Just the Beginning of Nationals' Many 2015 Problems

Entering the 2015 season, the Washington Nationals were one of the few sure bets in baseball, a near-consensus choice to run away with the National League East and a popular World Series pick. One week in, none of those hopes have been dashed. Show More Summary

Rockies' Nolan Arenado Makes Spectacular Catch While Crashing into Stands

You can hand Colorado Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado his third Gold Glove right now. In the top of the eighth inning of Tuesday night's matchup with the Giants, San Francisco outfielder Gregor Blanco lifted a foul ball that looked to be heading into the crowd. Show More Summary

Scary Line Drive off Carlos Carrasco's Face Shows Pitchers Will Never Be Safe

There's an epidemic-like problem facing pitchers in Major League Baseball, and this one has nothing to do with arms, elbows or shoulders. The scariest thing that can happen to a pitcher is getting hit by a comebacker in the head or face,...Show More Summary

David Wright Injury: Updates on Mets Star's Hamstring and Return

New York Mets third baseman David Wright left in the eighth inning of Tuesday night's 6-5 win over the Philadelphia Phillies with a hamstring injury. Continue for updates. Wright Leaves vs. Phillies Tuesday, April 14 Anthony DiComo of...Show More Summary

Pablo Sandoval Injury: Updates on Red Sox Star's Foot and Return

Boston Red Sox All-Star third baseman Pablo Sandoval suffered a left foot injury against the Nationals on April 14. He exited the game in the third inning after being hit by a pitch and his status is unclear. Continue for updates. Sandoval Leaves Game vs. Show More Summary

3 Biggest Takeaways for the Los Angeles Dodgers Following MLB Opening Week

The Los Angeles Dodgers wrapped up Week 1 of the 2015 season with mixed results, splitting six games against fellow National League West opponents. It was a roller-coaster ride of emotions, with several exciting moments peppered with...Show More Summary

Carlos Carrasco Injury: Updates on Indians P's Status After Line Drive to Head

Carlos Carrasco had to leave the Cleveland Indians game against the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night after being struck in the face by a Melky Cabrera line drive. Continue for updates. Carrasco Leaves Game on Cart After Line DriveShow More Summary

3 Biggest Takeaways for the Cleveland Indians Following MLB Opening Week

It's only six games! It's such a small sample size! Don't care. Well, I mean, I do care, but there's always something you can take away from a couple of games, or one game, or one at-bat even. So, that's what I'm going to do here with...Show More Summary

Yasiel Puig Injury: Updates on Dodgers Star's Hamstring and Return

Los Angeles Dodgers star Yasiel Puig suffered a hamstring injury. He was ruled out of the lineup against the Seattle Mariners on April 14, and it is unclear when he will be available to return. Continue for updates. Puig out vs. Mariners Tuesday,...Show More Summary

Yasiel Puig Says He's Going to Cut Down on Bat Flips, the Nation Mourns

In news that comes as a body blow to baseball and American sports at large, Yasiel Puig says he plans to cut back drastically on the trademark bat flips fans have come to know and love him for. The Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder told...Show More Summary

5 Biggest Takeaways for Atlanta Braves Following MLB Opening Week

The Atlanta Braves are one of baseball's biggest surprises as they've jumped out to a 6-1 start. While it's still very early, it is hard not to be impressed by the team's performance to date. The Braves have beaten up the Marlins and...Show More Summary

Marlins Pitcher Carter Capps Has Bizarre, Leaping Pitch Delivery

You’ll come across some weird sights if you head down to Marlins Park this spring. You can see women with pasties dancing at field level, rain falling indoors and, perhaps strangest of all, a pitcher who leaps like a hunter-gatherer throwing a spear while hurling the ball over the plate. Show More Summary

Cardinals Fan Gets Mural of Busch Stadium Painted on His Stomach

It was 67 degrees when the St. Louis Cardinals lost their home opener to the Milwaukee Brewers 5-4. With that type of weather, it's OK (sometimes) to take your shirt off. One Cardinals fan bared it all, showing off a mural of Busch Stadium painted on his belly. Show More Summary

Each MLB Team's Most Crucial Early-Season Storyline

The second week of the 2015 MLB season has only just begun, but from the return of Alex Rodriguez to a flood of unfortunate injuries, there are already more storylines to keep track of than there are in an episode of HBO's Game of Thrones. It's a dangerous game to play to make sweeping generalizations at such an early stage of this 162-game marathon. Show More Summary

MLB Position-by-Position Player Power Rankings, April Edition

Last season, I wrote a series of articles breaking down my position-by-position power rankings as the season progressed, and that will again be a monthly staple in 2015. My preseason rankings came out on March 3, but an updated version seemed appropriate to establish the baseline for our May edition. Show More Summary

MLB Trade Ideas Based on Latest Week 2 News, Rumors and Speculation

As injuries mount and teams begin to sour on ineffective players currently on their rosters, the rumor mill has begun to pick up speed. It's not churning out rumors at breakneck speed, mind you, like it will as we get into the dog days...Show More Summary

New York Yankees' Biggest Storylines to Follow at the Start of 2015

The New York Yankees are always one of the most divisive teams in Major League Baseball. It's also true, though, that the 2015 season brings about one of their most divisive on-field products in recent memory. As is true of any professional...Show More Summary

Shane Greene Already Looking Like a Great Fit in the Tigers' Retooled Rotation

The Detroit Tigers possess no ordinary starting rotation. At least, not during their four-year postseason run that preceded this campaign. The likes of Justin Verlander, Max Scherzer, David Price and Rick Porcello have combined to make...Show More Summary

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