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Jose Fernandez's Stuff, Homer in 2015 Debut Reignite Superstardom

On Thursday afternoon in Miami, Major League Baseball welcomed back a guy who was a rising superstar not too long ago. And based on what he showed, it looks like he's ready to be a rising superstar again. Unless you have an outdated perspective of Matt Cain, you'll know we're talking about young Miami Marlins right-hander Jose Fernandez. Show More Summary

Winners and Losers of the 1st Half of the 2015 MLB Season

The MLB season is just about at the halfway point. There have been some surprises and disappointments. Who are the winners and losers from the first half of the season? National MLB columnist Scott Miller joined Bleacher Report's Stephen Nelson to weigh in on the topic. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com

Marlins P Jose Fernandez Hits Home Run in 1st Game Back from Tommy John Surgery

The Miami Marlins and the baseball world have been anticipating Jose Fernandez's return to the mound ever since the stud pitcher underwent Tommy John surgery last May. While the Marlins may have missed his arm in their rotation, apparently their lineup needed his bat too. Show More Summary

Jason Kipnis Apologizes for Not Being Tall Enough to Save Carrasco's No-Hitter

If Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis was just a little bit taller, Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco might have a no-hitter to his name. Unfortunately for Kipnis, he stands just 5'11 " and was unable to jump high enough to snag a liner to preserve his pitcher's no-no Wednesday night. Show More Summary

Alex Rodriguez, Yankees Considering Compromise on HR Milestone Contract Bonuses

While it initially looked as though the New York Yankees would keep the entire bonus due to designated hitter Alex Rodriguez for tying Willie Mays on the all-time home run list, a resolution in the form of a charitable donation may be...Show More Summary

Indians Starters Toss 5-Plus Perfect Innings in 3 Consecutive Games

The Cleveland Indians accomplished an impressive feat against the Tampa Bay Rays this week, becoming the first team in the expansion era (since 1961) to have a pitcher throw five perfect innings in three consecutive starts, per Elias...Show More Summary

Top MLB Prospect Call-Up Radar Report, Week 13

Although an impressive collection of top prospects has already made its major league debut in 2015, plenty of talent remains in the minor leagues. With the All-Star break approaching, it's an appropriate time to take a look at whichShow More Summary

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. to Blue Jays: Latest Contract Details and Reaction

International prospect Vladimir Guerrero Jr. took a big step toward following in his father's footsteps Thursday as the 16-year-old outfielder agreed to a deal with the Toronto Blue Jays. MLB.com's Jesse Sanchez was the first to report...Show More Summary

MLB All-Star Voting 2015: End Date and Time, Latest Projected Leaders

Crunch time has arrived in regards to 2015 MLB All-Star Game voting, with only hours remaining for fans to vote their favorite player into the illustrious field before the polls close late Thursday night. Although not much time is left, there are plenty of races in both the American League and National League that are coming down to the wire. Show More Summary

Huge Trade Packages That Could Ignite Chris Sale Blockbuster Trade

Don't hold your breath waiting for Chris Sale to be moved in a blockbuster trade. Their 2015 season may be kaput, but the ace left-hander is one of the Chicago White Sox's core building blocks. And yet, here we are to ponder: Maybe somebody could make the White Sox an offer they couldn't refuse? We're not the only ones pondering such things. Show More Summary

Adrian Beltre Victim of Burglary: Latest Details, Comments and More

Texas Rangers star third baseman Adrian Beltre had his home broken into and several items stolen June 25, according to reports. Continue for updates. Beltre Has 2011 AL Championship Ring, Other Items Stolen Thursday, July 2 According...Show More Summary

Ranking the Dodgers' Best All-Star Game Candidates

Voting for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game ends tonight at 11:59 p.m. ET, and the Los Angeles Dodgers are hopeful that more than one required representative will earn a trip to Cincinnati. MLB Communications released the most recent voting...Show More Summary

Yadier Alvarez to Dodgers: Latest Contract Details, Comments, Reaction

One of the most coveted international free agents in baseball is officially off the market, as the Los Angeles Dodgers agreed to a contract with Cuban pitcher Yadier Alvarez on Thursday. According to MLB.com's Jesse Sanchez, the deal...Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: Best MLB Pitcher Stats, Picks for July 2

Welcome back to another weekly look at some of the best pitchers to target on DraftKings. Thursday offers a seven-game slate, so options are limited for owners. While there isn't much in the way of quantity, there is some quality toShow More Summary

Carlos Correa Deserves 2015 All-Star Spot Due to SS Dearth, Marketability

Much of Major League Baseball, its media and its fans view the game through an archaic lens, tinted by outdated traditions that do not lend the sport to younger, more diverse American audiences. Too often MLB is seen as a league in which...Show More Summary

Playing Fact or Fiction with All of MLB's Hottest Week 13 Buzz, Rumors

Just when you thought it was safe to lean back in your beach chair, sipping a cold beverage (adult or otherwise) while listening to your favorite team on the radio, baseball reminds us that we'd best stay on our toes, for things areShow More Summary

Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Ideal Lineup Picks for July 2

Thursday's reduced slate of action across MLB includes four afternoon games and eight at night, giving DraftKings daily fantasy players a small pool of talent to work with. Three of the eight pitchers going in the early contests are making their season debuts after returning from injury, adding an unusual wrinkle to the selection process. Show More Summary

Carlos Carrasco's Near No-No Shines Light on One of MLB's Nastiest Pitchers

If Carlos Carrasco could have gotten just one more out on Wednesday night, we'd be sitting here talking about the third no-hitter of the 2015 MLB season. Alas, he couldn't do it. That leaves us to talk about the next best thing: howShow More Summary

George Springer Injury: Updates on Astros Star's Wrist and Return

Houston Astros center fielder George Springer departed Wednesday's 6-5 win over the Kansas City Royals after suffering a right wrist contusion, according to the Houston Chronicle's Jose de Jesus Ortiz. Continue for updates. SpringerShow More Summary

Broken System in Anaheim Not Conducive to Healthy Manager-GM Relationship

There's no telling yet who will be the next permanent general manager to work for Los Angeles Angeles manager Mike Scioscia. Whoever it is, I trust he (or she) will be highly skilled at fetching coffee, taking telephone messages andShow More Summary

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