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MLB Waiver Wire: Players Any Team Would Be Lucky to Have

The Aug. 31 Major League Baseball waiver trade deadline is less than a week away, but teams prepping for their playoff push still have time to land a player that could help with that. Many big-name players were taken off the market before July 31, but several players are still available to help fill a necessary void. Show More Summary

Cold Hard Fact for Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Fact: After going 3-for-4 against the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday night, Klay Thompson's brother, Trayce, is batting.522 for the season. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: Chicago White Sox Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com

Phillies' Larry Bowa Hurls F-Bombs at Daniel Murphy After Ejection

Larry Bowa went over the edge of oblivion Tuesday night, exploding on officials and New York Mets players in a meltdown seemingly in the making since Monday's 16-7 home loss. The Philadelphia Phillies bench coach was ejected in the seventh...Show More Summary

Stock Up, Stock Down for 2015 MLB Playoff Contenders

The MLB playoffs are right around the corner, and some teams are heating up at the perfect time. Whose stock should fans be buying? Which teams are on their way out? Watch as Bleacher Report MLB Analyst Scott Miller and Stephen Nelson discuss the MLB's contenders in the video above. All stats accurate through games played on Monday, Aug. Show More Summary

Yankees Phenom Luis Severino Too Good to Be Traded for Cole Hamels, David Price

NEW YORK — Kids are all the rage in the major leagues these days, to the point that one scout was saying this week he'd rather have 20-year-old Carlos Correa than just about any player in the game. "Not for the future," he said. "For now." So what's wrong with the New York Yankees relying on a 21-year-old starting pitcher? Nothing. Show More Summary

Ranking the Top 2015 MLB Pennant Race X-Factors with 1 Month to Go

Hunter Pence is the ultimate X-factor. The dynamic right fielder is just the kind of game-changer who could vault the San Francisco Giants to yet another October run—that is, if his strained oblique allows him to fulfill that role. Looking...Show More Summary

Dallas Keuchel's Cy Young Form Worth Every Penny of Would-Be Ace Contract

If you needed further confirmation that Dallas Keuchel is a flat-out stud, the Houston Astros ace provided it Tuesday. Keuchel dominated the New York Yankees for seven shutout innings, racking up nine strikeouts, and the offense didShow More Summary

Carlos Carrasco Injury: Updates on Indians Star's Shoulder and Return

Cleveland Indians star pitcher Carlos Carrasco is headed to the disabled list with a sore right throwing shoulder. Continue for updates. Indians to Place Carrasco on DL Tuesday, August 25 Chris Assenheimer of the Chronicle-Telegram reported the discouraging news on Carrasco. Show More Summary

Pirates' Andrew McCutchen Shows Off Dance Moves in Dugout Prior to 1st Inning

Pittsburgh Pirates star center fielder Andrew McCutchen is popular for many reasons. Let’s boil them down to three. 1. He’s really good. 2. He’s a nice guy. (Ask these kids.) 3. He’s the life of the party. That third peg was on display Tuesday night before Pittsburgh took the field against the Miami Marlins. Show More Summary

Hanley Ramirez Moving to 1st Base for Red Sox Next Season

Boston Red Sox left fielder Hanley Ramirez has underwhelmed on defense all season long, and a positional change appears to be in the works as a result of some glaring deficiencies. According to the Boston Globe's Pete Abraham, Red Sox...Show More Summary

Fascinating GIF Shows Evolution of MLB Team Logos Through the Years

Major League Baseball team logos have undergone many makeovers through the years, and thanks to Eric Orvieto of Yahoo Sports, there is an awesome GIF that shows all of those changes. Orvieto compiled all the logos MLB franchises have used since 1876 and created a fascinating time-lapse GIF. Show More Summary

Ranking the Scariest Rotations in Major League Baseball

World Series contenders require a strong pitching staff, but some rotations are much more fearsome than others. Who has the best rotations in the majors? Which teams do hitters hate facing? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report MLB Analyst Scott Miller discuss MLB pitching staffs in the video above. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com

Curt Schilling Shares Meme Comparing Muslims to Nazis over Social Media

Former MLB pitcher and noted espouser of digital discretion Curt Schilling spent a portion of his Tuesday engaged in an ironic bit of penance after sharing a video over his Twitter and Facebook accounts comparing Muslims to members of the Nazi party. Show More Summary

Cold Hard Fact for Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Fact: The New York Mets have scored at least 14 runs five times this season, matching their most such games in a season for the first time since 1985. Three of the games have come in the last four days. Bleacher Report will be bringing...Show More Summary

Umpires, Mets and Phillies Lose Track of Count, Leading to 5-Ball Walk

Counting to four really isn't that hard, but it is occasionally an issue in Major League Baseball. Earlier this season, Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto worked a three-ball walk. On Monday night, Philadelphia Phillies second baseman Cesar Hernandez had to be more patient than usual to draw a base on balls. Show More Summary

Dallas Braden Catches Fly Ball While Riding a Flamingo in Pool at Chase Field

By all reports, Dallas Braden truly made the most of the amenities at Chase Field during Monday night's game between the Arizona Diamondbacks and St. Louis Cardinals. More specifically, the former MLB pitcher turned ESPN analyst was all about that pool past the Diamondbacks' outfield wall. Show More Summary

Phillies' Ryan Howard Learns the Hard Way to Run to 1st Base on Balls in Play

After lining a ball right into the New York Mets' shift in the bottom of the eighth inning of Monday's game, Philadelphia Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard gave up on the play. The problem with that is the ball did not end up being caught, meaning it was still a live play as Howard started to make his way back toward the dugout. Show More Summary

President Barack Obama Claims Derek Jeter Hustled Him on Golf Course

When President Barack Obama went up against New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter on the golf course in Nevada last November, he was under the impression that the Captain was not good at golf. That proved to be a costly mistake. President...Show More Summary

Scott Miller's Starting 9: Cardinals' Unique Culture Is One for All, All for One

1. College of Cardinals Jon Jay hasn't played a game since June 30. Rehabbing a stress reaction in his left wrist, the center fielder is on ice and has been on ice. Bird, caged. Yet, to say there's nothing he can do to help the St. Louis...Show More Summary

MLB Trade Ideas Based on Latest Week 21 News, Rumors and Speculation

Few things inspire feelings of dread like the crackle of a store's public address system on Christmas Eve, informing us that the store will be closing in five minutes when we've yet to find the gift (or gifts) we need to stick underneath...Show More Summary

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