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Final Winners and Losers of the 2015 MLB Waiver Trade Window

The August waiver trade window may not generate the same buzz as the July 31 non-waiver deadline, and we rarely see star-caliber players on the move in August, but that doesn't mean the deals made this past month won't have an impact...Show More Summary

The 2015 MLB All-Breakout Team with 1 Month to Go

The 2015 MLB season has had no shortage of breakout stars. Whether it's Kyle Schwarber mashing home runs, Carlos Martinez and Hector Santiago developing into dependable starters or Joe Panik and Matt Duffy solidifying the San Francisco...Show More Summary

Lance Lynn Injury: Updates on Cardinals SP's Ankle and Return

St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Lance Lynn was forced to leave an Aug. 29 game against the San Francisco Giants after rolling his right ankle while fielding a ground ball. However, Lynn is not expected to miss any time due to the injury. Continue for updates. Lynn Won't Miss Any Starts Sunday, Aug. Show More Summary

Edwin Encarnacion Posts 3-HR, 9-RBI Game vs. Tigers

If you're a fan of the invisible parrot Edwin Encarnacion takes for a stroll as he rounds the bases after home runs, you were in luck Saturday. The Toronto Blue Jays slugger went 3-for-5, mashing three home runs and driving in nine runs in a 15-1 win over the Detroit Tigers at Rogers Centre. Show More Summary

Jack Zduriencik's Firing Leaves Desirable Challenge for Next Seattle Mariners GM

The results just were not there under Jack Zduriencik’s watch. Plain. Simple. Telling. It was not for a lack of preparation and effort on his part. With Zduriencik as the general manager, the Seattle Mariners attempted to sign big-time...Show More Summary

Mariners GM Search: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation Surrounding Vacant Position

After announcing Jack Zduriencik was relieved of his duties as general manager, the Seattle Mariners will need to secure the long-term future of their front office to make a playoff push for the first time since 2001. Continue for updates. Mather Discusses Mariners' Plan for Next GM Saturday, Aug. Show More Summary

Stephen Strasburg Injury: Updates on Nationals Star's Back and Return

Stephen Strasburg has endured a difficult season for the Washington Nationals, and it doesn't appear like it's going to get better anytime soon, as he was lifted from a start against the Miami Marlins on Sunday with a back injury, per Chase Hughes of CSN. Continue for updates. Doug Fister Replaces Strasburg After Four Innings Sunday, Aug. Show More Summary

Atlanta Braves pay respects to family of man who died during game against Yankees

Team is ‘deeply saddened’ by death of Gregory Murrey, an ‘incredibly passionate’ Braves fan who fell from the upper deck on Saturday.

Biggest MLB Duds of Week 21, Position by Position

Putting together our weekly All-Dud team doesn't involve highly scientific formulas or a room full of statisticians crunching numbers. It's all about the eye test. I look at a player's numbers on the week, and if they make me cringeShow More Summary

Young Giants Fan Can't Believe He Didn't Catch Foul Ball

A young San Francisco Giants fan was shocked he didn't grab a foul ball that came his way during the team's game against the St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday. In the bottom of the fourth inning, Gregor Blanco of the Giants smacked a foul ball into the stands. Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Bargain Buys, Sleepers for August 30

All but one game on a packed Sunday Major League Baseball schedule is a matinee. That means a ton of options for DraftKings players. There's only so much salary to go around, so it's easy to get overwhelmed in this situation. We can't go big on every selection. Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Strategy, Primer for August 30

Does anyone else feel like this was the fantasy football draft weekend of the summer? I'm in three leagues and all three of my drafts were this weekend. What's the deal? Football is still 11 days away. I don't want to have to shift my focus from baseball to football yet. Show More Summary

Fan falls to his death during Atlanta Braves game

A man in his early 60s died after falling from Turner Field’s upper deck into the lower-level stand near to where players’ wives and families sit.

Fan Receives Medical Attention After Falling from Upper Deck at Turner Field

Play between the Atlanta Braves and New York Yankees was overshadowed by a scary incident Saturday night when a fan reportedly fell from the upper deck at Turner Field and landed on the concrete behind home plate, according to's...Show More Summary

Do bigger crowds at Blue Jays’ games lead to better performance?

The Jays were welcomed home this weekend from their recent road trip with another round of sellouts, as excitement builds for the franchise’s first pennant race in 22 years.

Addison Reed to Mets: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction

Addison Reed is on the move to his third team in as many years, as the New York Mets acquired the volatile reliever off waivers Saturday from the Arizona Diamondbacks, per's Adam Rubin. Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal confirmed...Show More Summary

Pennsylvania punches ticket to Little League final in front of 46,000 fans

Lewisberry will play undefeated Tokyo for the World Series championship Sunday.

Edwin Encarnacion's 9 RBI, HR Hat Trick Showcases Blue Jays' Overlooked Slugger

The hottest hitter on the planet has been massively overlooked. But he did all he could to change that Saturday afternoon, breaking through the star power of his teammates to shine as bright as any player has this season. Edwin Encarnacion...Show More Summary

Braves Outfielder Jonny Gomes Pitches One Eventful Inning of Relief

There are moments rare enough that you try everything in your power to keep them etched in your memory—like when Jonny Gomes pitches an inning of relief for the Atlanta Braves. Yes, Jonny Gomes, the left fielder. Down 10 runs to theShow More Summary

MLB Rumors: Analyzing All the Last-Minute Whispers, News and Speculation

Though impact trades are generally few and far between after the July 31 non-waiver deadline passes, teams are by no means done adding pieces when the calendar turns over to August. Teams can continue to make trades the rest of the season, but a player must be acquired before Sept. Show More Summary

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