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Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Studs and Duds for May 18

When filling out Monday's daily fantasy baseball lineup, players must decide if they value anyone from the lone afternoon clash between the Los Angeles Angels and Toronto Blue Jays. Anyone can easily wait until later to submit their DraftKings team, as neither starting pitcher is worth using. Show More Summary

Giants' Santiago Casilla Strikes Out the Side on 9 Pitches in Immaculate Inning

The San Francisco Giants won their third in a row over the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday afternoon with a 9-8 victory. Giants closer Santiago Casilla came on in the bottom of the ninth with a one-run lead and needed only nine pitches to secure the win. Show More Summary

MLB Power Rankings: Where All 30 MLB Teams Stand at the 1-Quarter Mark

It's hard to believe, but we have already reached the first quarter mark of the 2015 MLB season. While a few teams have begun to separate themselves from the pack, and we have a big enough sample size to start to get an idea of who is...Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Ideal Lineup Picks for May 18

With less than half of the teams in action on a quiet Monday, picking the right players in daily fantasy baseball will be much more difficult. In order to be successful, you have to make sure to get the most production out of each position. Pitchers Corey...Show More Summary

Will A-Rod Suffer Same Fate as Barry Bonds When Yankees Contract Expires?

Barry Bonds and Alex Rodriguez are linked, intrinsically, in many ways. Both men wear the stain of performance-enhancing-drug allegations. Both have become unwilling standard-bearers for the steroid era. And both have etched their names...Show More Summary

Selecting the 2015 MLB 1st Quarter All-Breakout Team

From Bryce Harper to Joc Pederson, there are certain big leaguers who simply can't be ignored in the process of building the 2015 MLB first quarter all-breakout team. This squad is stacked with players like the Washington Nationals' right fielder and the Los Angeles Dodgers' center fielder. Show More Summary

St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Mets: Baseball Betting Preview, Matchup Odds

The St. Louis Cardinals hope to build off a key victory as they travel to face the New York Mets on Monday night as road underdogs on the baseball betting lines at sportsbooks monitored by Odds Shark. The Cardinals, which lead the National...Show More Summary

Marlins Manager Search: Latest News, Rumors and Speculation on Vacant Job

At first, it appeared the Miami Marlins had their replacement all lined up after announcing they fired manager Mike Redmond Saturday night. Instead, it's anybody's guess as to whom owner Jeffrey Loria has in mind to helm his team. Continue...Show More Summary

B/R's 2015 MLB All-Star Game Predictions 2 Months out

Balloting for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game is underway (vote early, vote often). And while the game itself is still two months off, it's not too soon to guess who will punch a ticket to the Midsummer Classic in Cincinnati. OK, fine, you could argue it is too soon. Show More Summary

Bryce Harper Nearly Completes Cycle, Teammate 'Burns' Hand Touching His Jersey

If you haven't been paying attention, Washington Nationals slugger Bryce Harper is really, really good. On the year, he has 14 home runs, 37 RBI and a batting average of.338. That's with pitchers doing everything in their power not to...Show More Summary

Marlins Revert to Strange Ways with Abrupt Dismissal of Manager Mike Redmond

On the bright side, the Miami Marlins didn't get no-hit on Sunday. Atlanta Braves right-hander Shelby Miller came very close to doing the deed, but Justin Bour denied him with two outs in the ninth inning. But on the not-so-bright side,...Show More Summary

Shelby Miller's Near No-Hitter Highlights Rapid Rise to Pitching Elite

There's agonizingly close, and then there's Shelby Miller's start Sunday against the Miami Marlins. For 8.2 scintillating innings, Miller flirted with baseball immortality, allowing only a leadoff walk in the second inning (which was...Show More Summary

Mike Redmond Fired by Marlins: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

The Miami Marlins have gotten off to a 16-22 start and are making a change in the dugout by firing manager Mike Redmond and bench coach Rob Leary. CBS Sports' MLB Twitter account reported the firings and the Marlins confirmed it: Per...Show More Summary

Carlos Gomez Injury: Updates on Brewers OF's Face and Return

Carlos Gomez is having a rough season for the Milwaukee Brewers. After going on the disabled list in April, Gomez once again was forced out of action after he left Sunday's game against the New York Mets with a facial contusion. Continue for updates. Show More Summary

Shelby Miller Loses No-Hitter in 9th Inning vs. Marlins: Highlights and Reaction

Shelby Miller of the Atlanta Braves was one out away from throwing the first no-hitter of the season against the Miami Marlins on Sunday. Pinch hitter Justin Bour wasn't having any of it, however, breaking up the bid with a single up the middle. While Miller would give up a second hit in the inning, he still earned the win. Show More Summary

Upcoming MLB Free Agents Poised to Earn Big Bucks in 2015

Players heading into their walk years might as well be contestants on the short-lived 1980s game show "Press Your Luck," hoping to avoid the whammies before they can cash in on the big bucks awaiting them as free agents after the season. We've...Show More Summary

Diamondbacks, Phillies Play Rock-Paper-Scissors on Twitter During Rain Delay

Thanks to social media, baseball rain delays can actually be entertaining. Major League Baseball teams have started playing games with each other on Twitter during rain delays in order to pass the time. The Los Angeles Dodgers and the...Show More Summary

Fantasy Baseball: A 'Mad Men' Guide to the 2015 Season

It's only fitting that Mad Men's conclusion coincides with the MLB season. Both baseball and the AMC drama turn the clock back to seemingly simpler times. Adored by many, both also attract a hearty contingent of holdouts who claim it's...Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: Best MLB Position Player Picks for May 17

Rubber games on Sunday will decide not only several series across the MLB, but also the fate of DraftKings owners everywhere. With 15 games set for Sunday, picking out the best MLB position players can be tough to manage. Before theShow More Summary

Ian Kinsler's Reinvention Is Having a Huge Impact on the Detroit Tigers

Notice anything different about Ian Kinsler lately? Of course, he’s wearing a different uniform to the one he wore not so long ago, but that’s just the start of it. Now in his 10th big league season, the Tigers second baseman is a very...Show More Summary

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