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Bleacher Report's 'Future 50': Ranking MLB's Stars of the Future

Hello and welcome to Bleacher Report's Future 50. This project aims to identify the 50 most promising prospects in Major League Baseball. Players must have rookie eligibility to qualify for consideration, so anyone with more than 130...Show More Summary

Dodgers Video: Joc Pederson Gives Tour Of House On Hoverboard

The 2014 teaming of Coldwell Banker Real Estate and Major League Baseball in 2014 resulted in the fun project, aptly-called Home Field Advantage. It's an 11-week series of videos featuring big leaguers in the homes, and the 2016 show launched today with Pederson.

MLB All-Star Game 2016 Voting: 4th Update for AL Starters Released

Major League Baseball released the fourth All-Star voting update for the American League on Tuesday. Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez is the leading vote-getter. With 2,744,293 votes, he owns a commanding lead over Baltimore Orioles catcher Matt Wieters. The next round of voting updates will be released on June 28. More to follow. Show More Summary

Industry goes to bat for City of Hope

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Members of the Southern California produce industry and their families who had ever fantasized about playing in a major league baseball park had a chance to realize that dream June 18.

Phillies Minor League Pitcher Alec Asher Suspended 80 Games

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Phillies pitcher Alec Asher was suspended for 80 games on Thursday for violating Major League Baseball's drug agreement following a positive test for a banned performance-enhancing substance.

RENDERINGS: The Omni Hotel At Suntrust Park

Soon, you'll have the option of watching major league baseball poolside. The post RENDERINGS: The Omni Hotel At Suntrust Park appeared first on What Now Atlanta.

Ichiro Suzuki: A Hit King, But Not The Hit King

Ichiro Suzuki got his 2, 979th  hit in Major League Baseball this afternoon against the Padres, and this is a remarkable thing, because Ichiro played in Japan for nine seasons and did not debut in the majors until he was 27. If you add up his regular season hits in Japan and MLB, he now has 4,257 hits, one more than Pete Rose had in MLB. Show More Summary

Jose Reyes Designated for Assignment by Rockies: Latest Comments, Reaction

The Colorado Rockies announced Wednesday they have designated shortstop Jose Reyes for assignment. Reyes has yet to play a game in 2016. Major League Baseball suspended the 33-year-old through the end of May for a violation of the league's domestic violence policy. Show More Summary

10 Genuine Good Guys in Major League Baseball

The idea of making a living playing professional baseball probably pops into the minds of nearly every youngster at one point or another. That's one of the reasons that it is so tough to accomplish. The level of competition is staggering,...Show More Summary

Ichiro Suzuki Ties Pete Rose, With an Asterisk

last weekSports / Baseball : Bats

Suzuki collected his 4,256th hit as a top-level pro baseball player on Wednesday, tying Rose, Major League Baseball’s career hits leader. Suzuki’s first 1,278 hits of histotal came in Japan.

Ichiro Matches Rose With 4,256 Hits in Japan, Big Leagues

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Ichiro Suzuki singled in the first inning Wednesday for his 4,256th career hit in the Japanese and North American major leagues, matching Pete Rose's record total in Major League Baseball.

Jose Canseco vs. Michael Lohan Reportedly Set for Celebrity Boxing Fight

Former Major League Baseball slugger Jose Canseco is reportedly set to return to the ring in a celebrity boxing match against Michael Lohan. According to TMZ Sports, Damon Feldman of 16 Minuteman promotions said the 51-year-old six-time...Show More Summary

Adam Wainwright Wants to Participate in 2016 MLB Home Run Derby

Pitchers announcing their candidacy for the Home Run Derby is the latest trend in Major League Baseball, and St. Louis Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright officially threw his hat in the ring Tuesday. After San Francisco Giants lefty Madison...Show More Summary

The controversy regarding Ichiro and Pete Rose is manufactured, and I’m in

Who holds the record for most career hits in Major League Baseball? Pete Rose. Who is the true Hit King? Ahhh, now we have an argument. In five decades, when we all have a government-mandated Siri module implanted where the spine meets the brain, someone will ask Siri who holds the Major League Baseball record for career hits. Show More Summary

Pete Rose: "They're Trying to Make Me the Hit Queen"

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Pete Rose holds the Major League Baseball record for most hits in a career with 4,256. His mark hasn’t been seriously challenged (...)

Cincinnati Reds' Adam Duvall Is the Surprise MLB Slugger of 2016

According to the best measure we have, the top power hitter in Major League Baseball in 2016 is David Ortiz. That's not too surprising. Although he's 40 years old, he's still David Ortiz. But the best power hitter in baseball after him? Adam Duvall. Show More Summary

MLB Reportedly Discussed a Home Run Derby for Pitchers

Major League Baseball had discussions about a pitchers-only home run derby, Buster Olney revealed during Sunday night's contest between the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants on ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball. "There's actually...Show More Summary

Yulieski Gourriel Reportedly Eligible to Sign with MLB Team

Star Cuban infielder Yulieski Gourriel has reportedly been ruled a free agent and can sign with any Major League Baseball team, per Jesse Sanchez of Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports added Gourriel, who defected from Cuba in February,...Show More Summary

Esurance Deal With Minor League Baseball Makes Them First Key Brand Sponsoring Both MLB And MiLB

Esureance and Minor League Baseball have partnered on a sponsorship deal that makes the company the first to see major sponsorship across MiLB and Major League Baseball. Here's the details.

Checking In on the Top 5 Picks in Last Year's Baseball Draft

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In a year with no consensus top player, the Philadelphia Phillies led off Major League Baseball's draft Thursday by taking Mickey Moniak, a high school outfielder from California.

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