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Bold Predictions for Every MLB Team Before the End of the Season

We're heading down the final stretch of the 2015 season, and there are plenty of intriguing storylines left to play out. Each of the 30 teams is in a different place in terms of competitiveness, but all have something to play for over the last quarter of the baseball year. Here are bold predictions for every team as 2015 winds down. Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Strategy, Primer for August 23

As a new week in fantasy baseball begins, Sunday’s MLB action features a full dosage of 15 different games. While pitching often presents better value for daily fantasy leagues, it’s smart to choose offense over subpar pitching for today’s...Show More Summary

Athletics' Ball Boy Makes Amazing Diving Stop on a Foul Ball Headed for Bullpen

This kid is in for a raise after this play. In the bottom of the second inning during the Oakland Athletics' contest against the Tampa Bay Rays, Marcus Semien hit a drive right toward the A's dugout sitting past the foul line. The A's...Show More Summary

Biggest MLB Duds of Week 20, Position by Position

Slumps don't care how well-known a player may be or if he's appeared on our weekly All-Dud team before. They strike indiscriminately, usually without warning, and tend to stick around far longer than anyone wants them to. They're like...Show More Summary

Shane Greene Injury: Updates on Tigers Pitcher's Shoulder and Return

Detroit Tigers right-hander Shane Greene, currently on the disabled list at Triple-A, has been diagnosed with an artery issue in his shoulder. Continue for updates. Tigers' Trainer Issues Diagnosis Sunday, August 23 Per James Schmehl...Show More Summary

MLB Managers on the Hot Seat as 2015 Season Hits Home Stretch

Matt Williams is just one of an array of managers who should be brushing up their resumes as the 2015 MLB season hits the home stretch. The skippers who ended up on this hot-seat list fall into two general categories. The first is made up of guys like Williams who have guided clubs that have seriously underachieved in 2015. Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Bargain Buys, Sleepers for August 23

Welcome back to yet another edition of Sunday Funday with daily fantasy baseball still in full swing. The playoffs are fast approaching, but the pennant races haven't slowed down. This, of course, means there is still plenty of opportunities...Show More Summary

Mike Fiers' Foreign Substance Controversy Shouldn't Darken His Historic Night

Talk about drumming up drama where there is none. In what might have easily erupted into a full-blown baseball scandal, a shiny substance that may have been anything from sunscreen to sweat was pictured on Houston Astros right-hander...Show More Summary

Mike Fiers Denies Having Illegal Substance on Glove During No-Hitter vs. Dodgers

Houston Astros starting pitcher Mike Fiers remains adamant he didn't use an illegal substance to help him throw a no-hitter against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday night. Ian Massey was one of many on Twitter to highlight what looked...Show More Summary

Hip, hip, Jorge: Yankees retire catcher Posada’s No. 20

The catcher was known as the fiery member of the 'Core Four,' which also included Derek Jeter, Andy Pettitte and Mariano Rivera.

Eric Young Jr. to Mets: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction

The NL East-leading New York Mets made another depth move Saturday as they completed a waiver trade to reacquire outfielder Eric Young Jr. According to the Mets' official Twitter account, they will send cash considerations to the Braves in exchange for Young, who will subsequently report to Triple-A Las Vegas. Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: Best MLB DraftKings Picks, Advice for August 22

Choosing between multiple great options at each position is never easy, but you can end up with a quality daily fantasy baseball team if you know where to look. Here is a breakdown of the best options to fill your lineup August 22. Sonny...Show More Summary

Cold Hard Fact for Saturday, August 22, 2015

Fact: The Houston Astros' Mike Fiers is the first pitcher since Jim Bibby in 1973 to throw a no-hitter after changing teams midseason. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: ESPN Stats & Info Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com

MLB Waiver Wire 2015: Perfect Move for Every Team in the Playoff Picture

As the August 31 waiver trade deadline fast approaches, it will force some movement of talent in the MLB in the coming week. Contenders are looking to improve their playoff-bound rosters, while other clubs simply want to unload contracts...Show More Summary

Highlighting the 10 Most Underrated MLB Players of the 2015 Season

Mike Trout. Clayton Kershaw. Bryce Harper. Superstars always get more attention for their exploits and rightfully so. But with the 25-man roster that MLB teams deploy, there can't be success without standout seasons from unheralded players. Show More Summary

10 Biggest Takeaways from Week 20's MLB Action

The days leading up to the revocable waiver trade deadline are nowhere near as busy or filled with rumors as the July non-waiver deadline, but this week there was plenty of activity to keep interest high. From the San Diego Padres continuing...Show More Summary

Mike Fiers' No-Hitter Is Latest Triumph in Astros' Surprising Turnaround

However things turn out, 2015 will go down as a magical season for the Houston Astros. On Friday night, Mike Fiers added a pretty neat trick of his own. For nine innings and a career-high 134 pitches, Fiers held the Los Angeles Dodgers hitless, scattering three walks and striking out 10. Show More Summary

Neal Cotts to Twins: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction

The Milwaukee Brewers announced they have traded relief pitcher Neal Cotts to the Minnesota Twins. In return, Milwaukee will be acquiring cash or a player to be named later. 35-year-old Cotts has pitched 49.1 innings this season with 48 strikeouts and a 3.28 ERA. Show More Summary

No-no Fiers: Astros starter throws no-hitter

Mike Fiers had never gotten an out in the ninth inning in his five-year career, until Friday.

Mike Fiers Throws No-Hitter vs. Dodgers; Stats, Highlights and Reaction

Mike Fiers hasn't been with the Houston Astros long, but new surroundings didn't prevent him from settling into a groove and earning his first win with the franchise in style. In Houston's' 3-0 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers, Fiers...Show More Summary

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