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07
Red Sox hand White Sox team-record 14th straight loss

Ceddanne Rafaela had four hits and drove in four runs Thursday as the visiting Boston Red Sox handed the Chicago White Sox their 14th successive defeat, 14-2. Tanner Houck (6-5) limited Chicago to two runs on three hits in seven innings. He struck out nine. Jarren Duran, Enmanuel Valdez and Jamie Westbrook each homered for Boston. Duran, who had four hits in the victory, led off the game with a homer against Chicago’s Jake Woodford, and Valdez hit a three-run home run against Woodford (0-2) in the fourth. Westbrook’s home run was the first of his major league career and […]

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June

03
Yankees’ Gerrit Cole to begin stretch of rehab games Tuesday

New York Yankees ace Gerrit Cole, who has yet to pitch this season because of nerve inflammation in his right elbow, will make his first minor league rehab start Tuesday. The reigning American League Cy Young Award winner could throw about 50 pitches for Double-A Somerset versus the visiting Hartford Yard Goats, Yankees manager Aaron Boone stated Sunday. Boone said Cole, 33, is expected to need at least two outings before the right-hander would be cleared to make his season debut for New York. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports “I try not to get […]

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May

31
Mets say Jorge Lopez’s post-ejection glove toss ‘not acceptable’

The New York Mets held a players-only team meeting Wednesday night after getting swept by the Los Angeles Dodgers with a 10-3 loss that included another late-inning bullpen implosion and reliever Jorge Lopez throwing his glove into his stands after being ejected. The score was tied at 3-3 heading into the eighth inning before the Dodgers scored six times against three relievers. One was Lopez, who took issue with third-base umpire Ramon De Jesus’ ruling on a check swing from Shohei Ohtani. Lopez wound up surrendering a two-run home run to Ohtani. He kept arguing with De Jesus while falling behind 3-1 to Freddie Freeman before the umpire ejected […]

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May

29
David Stearns, Mets have ‘plenty of time’ to weigh trades

With his team sinking in the standings, New York Mets president of baseball operations David Stearns stated Tuesday that he will continue to practice patience before deciding whether to keep the roster intact for a postseason push or trade veterans at the July 30 deadline. “Generally, the trade deadline becomes an inflection point in the season,” Stearns said, “and we’ve got plenty of time before that.” The Mets entered Tuesday’s doubleheader versus the Los Angeles Dodgers with a 22-30 record, 14.5 games behind the first-place Philadelphia Phillies in the National League East and 4.5 games from the third NL wild-card spot. They had lost 10 of […]

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May

23
Padres’ Xander Bogaerts has fractured shoulder, lands on IL

San Diego Padres All-Star second baseman Xander Bogaerts broke his left shoulder attempting a diving pickup and was placed on the 10-day injured list Wednesday. “I’m not a big timetable guy,” Padres manager Mike Shildt said. “Obviously he’ll be on the sidelines for a period of time. It’s really impossible to say how long. We’re still gathering information.” Bogaerts injured his shoulder while diving for a ground ball in the first game of a doubleheader Monday versus the Atlanta Braves. Bogaerts was escorted off the field after being evaluated by training staff. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage […]

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May

21
New York Yankees ace Gerrit Cole will face hitters Tuesday

New York Yankees ace Gerrit Cole will take another step in his recovery from nerve inflammation in his elbow on Tuesday when he faces hitters for the first time since landing on the injured list in late March. Yankees manager Aaron Boone, who confirmed the news to reporters on Monday, stated Cole was feeling good on Sunday after throwing 40 pitches in his fifth bullpen session on Saturday. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports “Yeah, it’s important,” Boone said. “Bouncing back from a two-up bullpen with some guys standing in on him, and I know (he […]

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May

17
Dodgers pitcher Emmet Sheehan has surgery to repair UCL

Emmet Sheehan, an important starting pitching depth option for the Los Angeles Dodgers, underwent surgery to repair an ulnar collateral ligament Wednesday and won’t pitch this season, the team revealed. Sheehan, 24, posted a 4.92 ERA in 60⅓ innings in his first season in the majors last year, striking out 64 batters and walking 26. He entered spring training this year vying for one of the Dodgers’ final rotation spots, but experienced forearm inflammation during his first bullpen session and began the season on the injured list. He then ramped back up to the point of facing hitters but was shut […]

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May

13
Paul Skenes strikes out seven in MLB debut as Pirates win

Paul Skenes’ stuff was as electric as advertised. A fastball that reached at least 100 mph 17 times. A slider that left major leaguers shaking their heads. An invention called a “splinker” that is a hybrid of a splitter and a sinker and dips and dives unlike any pitch anywhere in baseball. Yet even at age 21, the Pittsburgh Pirates rookie knows all the “oohs” and “ahs” and knee buckles a ball that at times seems to explode out of his right hand can produce won’t matter if he can’t control it. So while there were some positive takeaways from his major […]

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May

03
Mike Yastrzemski hits HR in Giants’ win after ‘Papa Yaz’ visit

A visit from “Papa Yaz” before the game and a home run during it made for a memorable afternoon for San Francisco Giants outfielder Mike Yastrzemski. The grandson of Hall of Famer Carl Yastrzemski hit a solo homer to right field — not far from where the former Boston outfielder’s retired No. 8 is hanging from the facade — to help the Giants defeated the Boston Red Sox 3-1 on Thursday. “I’m looking around, and I have my greatest childhood memories here,” said Mike Yastrzemski, who also homered five years ago in his only other visit to Fenway Park, where his grandfather played 23 seasons. “The […]

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April

29
Astros’ Alvarez 3rd player with two 460-foot-plus HRs in game

Before the first of two games in Mexico City, Houston Astros manager Joe Espada stated he hoped that the trip could help them solve their offensive struggles. Apparently, it worked. Yordan Alvarez hit two home runs, Kyle Tucker added a solo shot and the Houston Astros defeated the Colorado Rockies 12-4 on Saturday night in the MLB World Tour: Mexico City Series to snap a five-game losing streak. Alvarez hit a two-run homer to center field and Tucker followed with a shot to left field and the Astros took a 4-2 lead in the third. Alvarez hit his seventh home run of the season in the ninth […]

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