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Fan Creates Mashup of 'Perfect Strangers' and the Chicago Cubs

Major League Baseball and '90s sitcoms go together like peanut butter and jelly, or something like that. Presumably drawing inspiration from the San Francisco Giants' rendition of the Full House theme song and another compilation ofShow More Summary

Matt Cain Injury: Updates on Giants Star's Elbow and Return

According to the San Francisco Giants' official Twitter account, pitcher Matt Cain has been diagnosed with elbow nerve irritation. Continue for updates. Cain Placed on 15-Day Disabled List Friday, August 28 In a corresponding move, the Giants recalled pitcher Chris Heston from Triple-A. Show More Summary

Hanley Ramirez Injury: Updates on Red Sox Star's Shoulder and Return

Hanley Ramirez's return to the Boston Red Sox has not been triumphant for either side in 2015, as the 31-year-old is out of the lineup with a shoulder problem. Continue for updates. Ramirez Dealing with Fatigue Friday, Aug. 28 According...Show More Summary

Red Sox Owner John Henry Sued by Woman Alleging Injuries from Foul Ball

Fan safety at MLB games has been under the microscope lately, and legal action from a Fenway Park attendee is set to intensify discussion about the issue. According to the Boston Globe's Travis Andersen, Stephanie Taubin is suing Boston Red Sox owner John Henry after she was struck by a foul ball last season while sitting above home plate. Show More Summary

Mariners GM Search: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation Surrounding Vacant Position

After announcing Jack Zduriencik had been relieved of his duties as general manager, the Seattle Mariners will need to secure the long-term future of their front office to make a playoff push for the first time since 2001. Continue for updates. Show More Summary

Scott Miller's 2015 Dream MLB Postseason Matchups

The Major League Baseball season is coming down to the stretch run, and many fans are already thinking about the playoffs. What are some dream matchups that fans want to see? Bleacher Report's Scott Miller joins Stephen Nelson to offer some series matchups he would love to see in October. Read more MLB news on

Jack Zduriencik Fired by Mariners: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

After seven seasons at the helm and no playoff appearances to show for it, longtime Seattle Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik was fired Friday. Bob Dutton of the News Tribune was among the first to report Zduriencik's dismissal. Show More Summary

Young Rangers Fan Catches Foul Ball, Jumps with Joy and Shows All the Feels

Normally, a young fan catching a foul ball isn't too big of a deal, but this kid jumped up and down like he opened an N64 on Christmas morning. During the eighth inning of the Texas Rangers-Toronto Blue Jays game on Thursday night, this Rangers fan's reaction to his new souvenir was priceless. Show More Summary

Chris Archer Ties Rays Record for Double-Digit Strikeout Games

Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Chris Archer tied a franchise record Wednesday against the Minnesota Twins by recording his ninth double-digit strikeout game of the season, per Sportsnet Stats. The mark was previously set last season...Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Late-Season Pickups for August 28

According to, the MLB playoffs start on October 6. That means two things. One, playoff baseball is almost here! It's less than 40 days until the ever-tense Wild Card Round begins. Eek! I'm giddy! Two, less than 40 days of full daily fantasy baseball slates remain. Show More Summary

Potential September Call-Ups Who Could Directly Change MLB Playoff Races

The big question when September call-ups roll around is always whether or not a team will promote its top prospects, but those are not always the guys who wind up making the biggest impact. Case in point: Terrance Gore. When rostersShow More Summary

Highlighting 5 Possible Last-Minute Impact MLB Waiver Deadline Steals

There figures to be more than a few waiver trades in MLB before the August 31 cutoff date next week. Over the next few slides, we'll take a look at some underrated players who could be steals for prospective teams. Now, obviously the following players have their flaws—they wouldn't be available for trade if they didn't. Show More Summary

Top Fantasy Baseball Players to Stash Ahead of Sept. 1 Roster Expansion

Once September rolls around, MLB invites several minor leaguers to join the party. The final-month rosters expand to 40 players per club, creating opportunities for fantasy baseball owners to pillage the arriving talent. Last week'sShow More Summary

Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Strategy, Primer for August 28

It almost feels like Opening Day with so many aces on the mound. There will be no shortage of elite pitching options in Friday's daily fantasy baseball contests, so the challenge will be picking the right ones and balancing your lineup...Show More Summary

Constructing a Perfect Dave Dombrowski-Led Red Sox Rebuilding Plan

Dave Dombrowski won big in his fifth year in Florida, and in his fifth year in Detroit. He's in Boston now because the Red Sox expect him to win big there, too, but there's no way they expect him to take five years to do it. Nor should...Show More Summary

MLB Team of the Week: Mike Fiers, Miguel Cabrera and Yoenis Cespedes Star

Another week of MLB action is in the books, which means it's time for a fresh installment of Bleacher Report's Team of the Week. In case you're just joining us for the first time, these are the players (one per position, including a starting pitcher and designated hitter) who have busted box scores over the past seven days. Show More Summary

Yordano Ventura Reemerging as a Key Cog for Championship-Hopeful Royals

It's hard to know what you're supposed to call a comeback anymore. But with Yordano Ventura, the term is sounding more and more appropriate. It was only a couple weeks ago that the Kansas City Royals demoted their 24-year-old fireballer down to the minors for the express purpose of clearing up a classic case of bad pitching. Show More Summary

Mets Pitcher Aids in Out Using Hacky Sack-Style Kick

The New York Mets kept Thursday night's extra-innings game against the host Philadelphia Phillies alive even longer when pitcher Carlos Torres and first baseman Daniel Murphy combined to turn an interesting play at first. With two outs...Show More Summary

Denard Span Injury: Updates on Nationals OF's Hip and Return

Washington Nationals center fielder Denard Span is heading back to the disabled list a mere two days after he returned to the lineup. The team’s official Twitter account noted that Span will be placed on the 15-day DL with left hip inflammation. Continue for updates. Span Could Miss Rest of Season Thursday, Aug. Show More Summary

Madison Bumgarner Performs Pirouette-Like Move to Make Play at First Base

Madison Bumgarner channeled his inner dancer in the third inning of Thursday's 9-1 win over the Chicago Cubs, performing a pirouette-like move to make a play at first base. San Francisco Giants first baseman Brandon Belt fielded Kyle...Show More Summary

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