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Marlins Watching Another High-Expectation Season Go Up in Flames in April

You could practically see the Miami Marlins beaming as they came into the 2015 season. It did indeed figure to be a good one after a winter of big moves and big talk, and they've kicked things off by going... THUD. It's been bad, all right. Show More Summary

Joey Votto Never Stopped Being a World-Class Hitter Who Signed $250M Megadeal

Before we get this going, we have to truly understand something. Joey Votto has always been an elite offensive player for the Cincinnati Reds. This idea that he had fallen off since signing his 10-year, $225 million contract about three...Show More Summary

St. Louis Cardinals vs. Washington Nationals Betting Preview, Matchup Odds

The Washington Nationals will be going for their fifth victory in six games Wednesday after snapping a five-game winning streak by the St. Louis Cardinals with a 2-1 win in 10 innings Tuesday. The Nationals are finally starting to play...Show More Summary

Jose Bautista and Adam Jones Trade Verbal Jabs After Bautista Hits Home Run

The division rivalry between the Toronto Blue Jays and Baltimore Orioles heated up a bit during the pair's matchup Tuesday night after Toronto's Jose Bautista got into a verbal battle with Adam Jones following a home run at the Rogers Centre. Show More Summary

An Early Look at the Top 3 Dodgers' Trade Deadline Chips

The 2015 Los Angeles Dodgers have played fewer than 15 games, but it’s never too early to look ahead toward the trade deadline. President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman and General Manager Farhan Zaidi were not shy about tinkering with the roster during the offseason. Show More Summary

Milwaukee Brewers: Time to Clear the Front Office

The 2015 season is starting much like the 2013 season did for the Milwaukee Brewers, and that's light years from good. Kicking off the 2015 season with a franchise-worst 2-11 record, the Milwaukee Brewers may find themselves out of contention...Show More Summary

Hidden Under Kris Bryant Hype, Addison Russell Is Future MLB Superstar

The Chicago Cubs aren ’t messing around. Days after calling up uberprospect Kris Bryant, the Cubs are expected to call up phenom Addison Russell on Tuesday, according Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. Russell will be in Pittsburgh for Tuesday...Show More Summary

David Ortiz Suspended 1 Game: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz has been suspended one game for bumping an umpire during Sunday's 8-3 loss to the Baltimore Orioles. Baseball writer Danny Knobler passed along the information Tuesday from Major League Baseball: Ortiz, 39, was tossed in the fifth inning Sunday after a strike was called on a check swing. Show More Summary

Kelvin Herrera Suspended, Yordano Ventura Fined for On-Field Incidents vs. A's

Kansas City Royals pitcher Kelvin Herrera has been suspended five games and fined an undisclosed amount, and teammate Yordano Ventura has been fined for their actions in last weekend's series against the Oakland Athletics, Major League...Show More Summary

Fan injured by foul ball at Pittsburgh Pirates game released from hospital

The woman was standing behind the protective netting behind home plate when a foul ball off the bat of Starlin Castro struck her in the back of the head

Early-Season MLB Overreactions You Should Avoid Making

Overreacting to the daily results of our favorite teams is as much a part of baseball as batting practice, hot dogs and rain delays. Forget the whole "the regular season is a marathon, not a sprint" nonsense—fanatics don't want to hear...Show More Summary

Reds manager Bryan Price apologizes for profanity, stands by his message

Maintains media shouldn’t report developments he feels would put his team at a competitive disadvantage.

Young Fan Receives Foul Ball, Doesn't Care, Throws It Right Back onto Field

When an opponent hits a home run, sometimes the fan who catches the ball will throw it back onto the field. It looks like this young fan had no idea what was happening and just wanted to throw a baseball. During the Mariners game against the Houston Astros, a young Seattle fan received a foul ball from the ball girl off a Robinson Cano hit. Show More Summary

Heralded Giants-Dodgers Rivalry Is Still Worthy of the Hype

LOS ANGELES – Gone are the days of pure hatred, the ones that caused Jackie Robinson to retire rather than play for the rival club, incited epic brawls and sparked beanball wars. But the rivalry is not dead. Far from it. The fire still...Show More Summary

Healthy Miguel Cabrera Looking Like His Old Dominant Self Again

Not too long ago, it wasn't beyond reason to think 2015 would be the year Miguel Cabrera finally slipped from the ranks of Major League Baseball's elite hitters. But now? Yeah, now that notion comes off as crazy talk. Rather than a hitter...Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Strategy, Primer for April 21

There's nothing better than starting the week with a win. For DraftKings players, hopefully Monday was kind enough to provide just that. Tuesday offers an equally promising opportunity with a wealth of games to choose from when setting a lineup. With 15 games on tap, whittling a roster down to just 10 players can be an ambitious project. Show More Summary

'Buy or Sell' with MLB's Top Early Rookie Performances of 2015

Extreme early-season performances, whether positive or negative, are generally more scrutinized than a midseason hot or cold streak. Simply put, that.100 or.400 batting average for a hitter, or the 1.00 ERA or 5.00 ERA for a pitcher,...Show More Summary

Scott Miller's Starting 9: A-Rod Can Turn Climb Up HR List into Goodwill Tour

1. Alex Rodriguez charges at Willie Mays Imagine: Alex Rodriguez, Knight in Shining Armor. He is the story of April, no fooling. He is smashing home runs, winning games, jacking up his on-base percentage (.447!), making love to television...Show More Summary

Houston Astros: What We've Learned from the Team's First 10 Games

The Houston Astros weren't the favorites to win the AL West for this year's MLB season. However, with the acquisition of Evan Gattis and Colby Rasmus during the offseason, projected that the lineup would generate a little...Show More Summary

Padres' New Star-Studded Lineup Is Living Up to the Hype Early

This past offseason saw the San Diego Padres take all their chips and put them on offense. That's where they were rolling the dice for 2015, and certainly where they needed to be better than they were in 2014. Here's guessing that Padres general manager A.J. Show More Summary

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