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Giancarlo Stanton Injury: Updates on Marlins Star's Groin and Return

Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton suffered a groin injury during Saturday's game against the Chicago White Sox. He reportedly will be headed to the disabled list, and it is uncertain when he will return to action. Continue for updates. Stanton Reportedly to Go on 15-Day DL Sunday, Aug. Show More Summary

Biggest MLB Duds of Week 19, Position by Position

"Pain heals, chicks dig scars, glory lasts forever." That was one of the many memorable lines uttered by Shane Falco ( Keanu Reeves) in The Replacements, an underrated movie that also starred Jon Favreau and Gene Hackman, among others. While...Show More Summary

Yankees' Youth Movement Could Actually Lead Shocking Playoff Push

The New York Yankees waived the white flag at the trade deadline. They shifted into sell mode, abandoned all hope of making the playoffs this season and trained their gaze squarely on the future. Yeah...about that. The future is indeed bright in the Bronx. Show More Summary

Starling Marte Injury: Updates on Pirates Star's Back and Return

Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Starling Marte left Saturday's game against the Los Angeles Dodgers due to back discomfort, per Stephen J. Nesbitt of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Continue for updates. Marte Leaves Game After Moving to CF Saturday, Aug. Show More Summary

Jonathan Papelbon Released by Nationals: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

Jonathan Papelbon's tumultuous tenure with the Washington Nationals has come to an end. The Nationals announced he was officially released on Saturday. ESPN.com's Jerry Crasnick previously reported Papelbon requested his release from...Show More Summary

Alex Rodriguez Officially Released by Yankees: Latest Comments, Reaction

One day after getting a king's send-off at Yankee Stadium, Alex Rodriguez is no longer a New York Yankees player. Per Bryan Hoch of MLB.com, the Yankees released Rodriguez prior to Saturday's game against the Tampa Bay Rays. The move...Show More Summary

Bleacher Report's Guide to Acing Your 2016 Fantasy Baseball Home Stretch

The best-laid plans of fantasy baseball players will often go awry. Because of MLB's longer season and higher frequency of readily available data, baseball requires more skill and less luck than fantasy football, its more popular cousin. Show More Summary

Takeaways from MLB Week 19

The careers of two huge names in baseball, the Texas Rangers' Prince Fielder and New York Yankees' Alex Rodriguez, came to their respective conclusions this week. Qualifying the careers of both will certainly be a popular topic in baseball...Show More Summary

After a Farewell Night Like No Other, Is This Really Goodbye for Alex Rodriguez?

NEW YORK — With most guys, the retirement announcement comes before the ceremony. No, not with most guys. With everyone. Everyone but Alex Rodriguez. It's always complicated with him, so of course it was complicated on the night that should mark the end of a brilliant if also monumentally flawed career. Show More Summary

Alex Rodriguez: Stats, Highlights and Reaction from Yankees Star's Final Game

After 22 years and 2,784 MLB games, Alex Rodriguez laced up his cleats for the final time with the New York Yankees on Friday night against the Tampa Bay Rays, going 1-for-4 with an RBI in a 6-3 win. Rodriguez got the Yankees on theShow More Summary

Updating MLB's Top 100 Players at 2016's Three-Quarter Mark

We have reached what can be considered roughly the three-quarter mark of the 2016 MLB season, and that means it's time for an updated look at the top 100 players in the game. While previous editions of this list have taken into account...Show More Summary

Early Report Card Grades for the Biggest Deals of the 2016 MLB Trade Window

As usual, the days leading up to MLB's Aug. 1 non-waiver trade deadline didn't disappoint. More than 20 trades were completed, some more significant than others. Narrowing down that list to only the biggest deals wasn't easy. For example,...Show More Summary

Gary Sanchez Gives 1st Glimpse of Yankees' Bright Homegrown Future

There's not a lot of joy to be derived from the New York Yankees' present. Their 58-56 record is far from an Atlanta Braves-level disaster, but it marks the fourth year in a row they've been mired in mediocrity. And for the first time in a long time, they've accepted they need to make things worse to get better. Show More Summary

MLB Team of the Week: Manny Machado, Miguel Sano and Brandon Crawford Star

While your eyes were glued to the Rio Olympics, another week of baseball action splashed past like Michael Phelps after an umpteenth gold medal. Lucky for you, we were paying attention at Bleacher Report's MLB Team of the Week headquarters. Show More Summary

Matt Holliday Injury: Updates on Cardinals Star's Thumb and Return

St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday exited Thursday night's game against the Chicago Cubs after being hit on his right hand by a pitch in the 10th inning. Continue for updates. Holliday Has Fractured Thumb Thursday, Aug. 11 Derrick Goold of the St. Show More Summary

In Smaller Spotlight, Carlos Correa Has Continued Superstar Rise

Last year, Carlos Correa somehow lived up to the hype after beginning his major league career as baseball's best prospect. After that, it was only fair that there was a huge spotlight on him coming into 2016. If anyone out there has lost sight of Correa since then, they should know two things: One, it's not your fault. Show More Summary

Playing Fact or Fiction with All of MLB's Hottest Week 19 Buzz, Rumors

It's been a busy week in baseball—and most of the action has come away from the field. New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira announced that 2016 will be the last year of his professional career. Shortly thereafter, his teammate...Show More Summary

Future Power Rankings: Where All 30 MLB Teams Will Stand 3 Years from Now

With two months to go in the 2016 MLB season, a number of teams are already looking ahead to the future after selling at the deadline. That's exactly what we'll do here. Baseball is nearly impossible to predict on a year-in and year-out...Show More Summary

MLB Betting Preview: St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs Odds, Analysis

The St. Louis Cardinals (60-54) and Chicago Cubs (71-41) are both coming off wins heading into the opener of a key four-game series between the National League Central rivals on Thursday at Wrigley Field. The Cubs are listed as -170Show More Summary

Predicting MLB's 10 Postseason Teams at the 3-Quarter Mark

October will be here soon. Do you know where your playoff teams are? It's only August, so we don't either. All we know is which clubs we think are going to make it into the postseason, and we're more than glad to share. Having already...Show More Summary

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