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Baltimore keeps winning with bullpen and bats

The Orioles have one of the worst rotations in baseball, but they're great at winning games late.

Jhonny Peralta Injury: Updates on Cardinals Star's Thumb and Return

St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Jhonny Peralta continues to have thumb problems this season, causing him to miss more time. Continue for updates. Peralta Placed on DL Tuesday, July 19 The Cardinals announced via Twitter that they placed Peralta on the 15-day disabled list and brought up Jeremy Hazelbaker and Miguel Socolovich from Triple-A. St. Show More Summary

Hyun-Jin Ryu Injury: Updates on Dodgers Pitcher's Elbow and Return

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu was scratched from his start on Wednesday due to elbow discomfort, according to Andy McCullough of the Los Angeles Times. Ryu had another MRI, according to McCullough and Bill Plunkett the Orange...Show More Summary

Jorge Ona: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation on Free-Agent OF

Top Cuban prospect Jorge Ona is officially a free agent and is free to sign with MLB teams, according to Jesse Sanchez of and Dennis Lin of the San Diego Union-Tribune. Both Sanchez and Lin reported that the San Diego Padres are the frontrunners to sign Ona. More to follow. You can follow Timothy Rapp on Twitter. Read more MLB news on

Charlie Blackmon Trade Rumors: Latest News, Speculation on Rockies OF

The Washington Nationals are reportedly "showing interest" in Colorado Rockies center fielder Charlie Blackmon before the Aug. 1 non-waiver trade deadline, according to Jon Morosi of MLB Network. Blackmon, 30, is having another excellent...Show More Summary

Andrew Cashner Trade Rumors: Latest News, Speculation on Padres Pitcher

Despite struggling through arguably the worst season of his career, San Diego Padres starting pitcher Andrew Cashner is reportedly generating leaguewide interest ahead of the Aug. 1 non-waiver trade deadline. Continue for updates. Report:...Show More Summary

MLB Trade Rumors: Latest on Evan Longoria, Andrew Miller and More

The MLB just got interesting. Not that it wasn't before, but things really kick up now with the All-Star break in the rear view, a summer of trades and teams jockeying for postseason position right down the road. While a notable team...Show More Summary

Jose Fernandez Is the 1st Pitcher This Season to Have Multiple 14-K Games

Fact: Jose Fernandez struck out 14 batters against the Phillies on Monday. He is the first pitcher this season to have multiple games with at least 14 K's. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: B/R Insights Read more MLB news on

Ranking the Top 10 Potential 2016 MLB Trade Deadline Steals

With less than two weeks until MLB's non-waiver trade deadline, everyone now knows the top candidates to move. Ryan Braun, Carlos Gonzalez, Jonathan Lucroy, Rich Hill, Aroldis Chapman and Andrew Miller will light the rumor mill on fire leading up to August 1. Show More Summary

Top MLB Prospects Who Could Be Sellers' Prizes of the 2016 Deadline

There's never a shortage of rumors and speculation surrounding the top MLB players who could be on the move ahead of the trade deadline, but the other side of that conversation is the prospects who could be used to acquire that proven...Show More Summary

Nick Tropeano Injury: Updates on Angels Pitcher's Elbow and Return

Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Nick Tropeano left Monday's game against the Texas Rangers with right elbow soreness, and the timetable for his return is currently uncertain. Continue for updates. Tropeano to Undergo MRI on Elbow Tuesday,...Show More Summary

Why Is Hyped 2016 Rookie Pitcher Class Struggling So Badly?

Let's hear it for Michael Fulmer. The Detroit Tigers rookie right-hander entered 2016 with relatively little hype but is now charging toward the American League Rookie of the Year award with a 2.13 ERA in 14 starts. It hasn't been a smooth ride for his fellow rookie pitchers, however. Show More Summary

MLB Can Learn from Independent League's 'Robot Umpire' Experiment

What do you get when you combine former MLB outfielder Eric Byrnes, three high-tech cameras and an IFB earpiece? To hear some tell it, you get the future of umpiring. In June, during an independent league game between the San Rafael Pacifics and Pittsburg Diamonds, Byrnes crouched behind the plate in full umpire gear. Show More Summary

Fastest to 500, How Far Can Jose Fernandez Climb MLB's All-Time Strikeout List?

Leave it to Jose Fernandez, whose fastball is barely contained by the fabric of reality, to get somewhere really fast. But while that's all well and good, just how far can he go? Before we get to that, let's break from cryptic speaking for the news. Show More Summary

Evan Longoria Trade Rumors: Latest News and Speculation on Rays Star

Anchored at the bottom of the American League East standings, the Tampa Bay Rays will be sellers at the MLB trade deadline on Aug. 1, and a big question is whether franchise stalwart Evan Longoria could be on the move.'s JonShow More Summary

Aaron Senne, Matt Daly, Jeremy Barfield and their reasons for launching lawsuit against MLB

A look at the three plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit against Major League Baseball.

Yan Gomes Injury: Updates on Indians Catcher's Shoulder and Return

A frustrating season for Cleveland Indians catcher Yan Gomes has gotten worse after he suffered a shoulder injury during Sunday's game against the Minnesota Twins. Per the Indians' official Twitter account, Gomes will be out for approximately...Show More Summary

Ichiro Records 3 More Hits to Move Within 6 of 3,000

When Miami Marlins outfielder Ichiro Suzuki legged out an infield single in the bottom of the eighth inning during Sunday's game against the St. Louis Cardinals, the hit represented his third of the day and 2,994th of his MLB career,...Show More Summary

Tillman Becomes 5th Orioles Pitcher to Start Season with 13-2 Record

Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Chris Tillman accomplished a rare feat over the weekend, becoming just the fifth hurler in franchise history to win 13 of his first 15 decisions to begin a season, per Elias Sports Bureau (via ESPNShow More Summary

Chris Correa Sentenced to 46 Months for Hacking Astros' Computer System

Chris Correa, who pleaded guilty to hacking the Houston Astros' database while working with the St. Louis Cardinals, has learned of his sentence. Per David Barron of the Houston Chronicle, United States District Judge Lynn Hughes sentenced Correa to 46 months in prison. Show More Summary

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