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New pitchers in Hall combined for 735 wins and more than 11,000 strikeouts

Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez and John Smoltz proved indomitable in an era tainted by steroids and ruled by offence.

Mariners Turn Bizarre 3-6-2 Triple Play vs. Blue Jays

In the top of the fourth inning of Sunday's game, the Toronto Blue Jays looked like they were in position to extend their lead over the Seattle Mariners. Instead, they found themselves involved in one of the most bizarre triple plays in MLB history. Show More Summary

Baseball Hall of Fame 2015 Induction Ceremony: Speech Highlights and Reaction

Craig Biggio racked up the hits. Randy Johnson, the strikeouts. Pedro Martinez, the moments of out-of-this-world transcendence. And John Smoltz had a little bit of everything. On Sunday, all four men were honored for their accomplishments...Show More Summary

Blockbuster Johnny Cueto Trade Cements Royals as Heavy AL Favorites

If the Kansas City Royals were the best team in the American League without Johnny Cueto, they're still the best team with him, only better. That's not exactly a deep thought, but it is a scary one for the other AL hopefuls, who just...Show More Summary

Cold Hard Fact for Sunday, July 26, 2015

Fact: Cole Hamels' 13 strikeouts is the most in a no-hitter in Philadelphia Phillies history. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: ESPN Stats & Info Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com

MLB Trade Rumors: Analyzing Buzz on James Shields, Jeff Samardzija and More

With buyers and sellers on the dance floor called the MLB trade deadline, which strikes at July 31 at 4 p.m. ET, the realm of MLB trade rumors fresh off the mill continues to heat up. Some wild deals are already on the books, such as...Show More Summary

Cubs Fans Demand Team Trade for Cole Hamels After Getting No-Hit by Phillies Ace

If you can't get a hit off him, trade for him. That's the motto that Chicago Cubs fans are living by after watching their team get no-hit by Philadelphia Phillies ace Cole Hamels on Saturday. David Kaplan of CSNChicago.com reported this past week that the Cubs and the Phillies had been in discussions about a possible deal involving the southpaw. Show More Summary

Zack Greinke's Scoreless Streak of 45.2 Innings Pitched Snapped vs. Mets

Nothing good lasts forever, as the cliche goes. That's probably little consolation to Zack Greinke, who saw his scoreless streak of 45.2 innings end Sunday against the New York Mets after Kirk Nieuwenhuis scored from third on a grounder...Show More Summary

Raccoon Gets Loose in Citi Field Weight Room, Mets Cage It

Although they didn't find an alligator in the dugout, the New York Mets were in for a bit of a surprise when they found a critter in the Citi Field weight room on Sunday. A raccoon had somehow made its way into the training facility....Show More Summary

Johnny Cueto to Royals: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction

Johnny Cueto won 20 games last season and has backed up his best year well, yet the Cincinnati Reds have opted to trade their All-Star pitcher to the Kansas City Royals on Sunday. Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports first reported news of the...Show More Summary

Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2015: Pitching Trio Is Among All-Time Best

Craig Biggio may feel like a lonely man Sunday. In many ways, it may be the greatest day in Biggio’s life. He is going into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, after a stellar 20-year career as a catcher, second baseman...Show More Summary

Biggest MLB Duds of Week 16, Position by Position

Production often fluctuates in baseball. From week to week, players battle the best talent in the world to try to maintain a level of consistency in order to help their teams win. But no player is immune to a slump. So fantasy lovers,...Show More Summary

MLB Trade Rumors: Latest Buzz and Predictions for Top Players Available

Teams' scouting departments have been doing their due diligence over the past months in anticipation of this Friday's non-waiver trade deadline. Now, after deals earlier this week that saw former All-Stars like Aramis Ramirez and Scott...Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Bargain Buys, Sleepers for July 26

Let's face it: Everyone with a DraftKings account will employ Zack Greinke on Sunday. Originally scheduled to start Friday, the Los Angeles Dodgers ace instead welcomed his first child to the world. Having a baby is one of few experiences...Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: Best MLB DraftKings Picks, Advice for July 26

Baseball is perhaps the most unpredictable sport in the world, but some things are about as close to a lock as possible. The latest situation that fits that description is the Los Angeles Dodgers' Zack Greinke 's prospective dominance...Show More Summary

Full Predictions for MLB's Next 5 Hall of Fame Induction Classes

On Sunday, the Baseball Hall of Fame will formally welcome Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, Craig Biggio and John Smoltz into its ranks. And so the question immediately arises: Which players will earn the nod next year? And how about the...Show More Summary

10 Underrated MLB Trade Targets Your Team Should Look to Acquire

There's no question about it: Dan Haren isn't Johnny Cueto, and Gerardo Parra isn't Carlos Gomez. Even though Haren and Parra are far from the most prominent names on the 2015 MLB trade market, they still have the stats that suggestShow More Summary

Cold Hard Fact for Saturday, July 25, 2015

Fact: Alex Rodriguez, who had three home runs on Saturday, is now tied for sixth all-time for most multi -home run games in MLB history. He is tied with Hank Aaron at 62 and trails Babe Ruth, Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa, Mark McGwire and...Show More Summary

Alex Rodriguez Hits 3 Home Runs vs. Twins: Stats, Highlights and Reaction

Alex Rodriguez is on the verge of turning 40 years old, but that didn't stop the New York Yankees third baseman from turning back the clock in an 8-5 win Saturday night against the Minnesota Twins. Rodriguez ripped three home runs, including...Show More Summary

Cole Hamels' Electric No-Hitter Likely Final Stamp on Stellar Phillies Career

Cole Hamels just might have saved his best for last. If he did, and if it was, it was one hell of a swan song. The Philadelphia Phillies' ace lefty has been on the trading block for a full calendar year, and it is expected the soap opera will come to an end by 4 p.m. Show More Summary

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