1. Yankees Top Prospect Gleyber Torres Recalled from Triple-A

    Get ready, New York Yankees fans—the Gleyber Torres era is finally here. Jack Curry of the YES Network first reported on Saturday that Torres was on his way to the Bronx...

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  2. Matt Harvey: 'I'm at 10 with Being Pissed Off' After Being Moved to Mets Bullpen

    New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey is headed to the bullpen, and he certainly isn't happy about it. The 29-year-old discussed his anger with reporters Saturday, via Tim Healey ...

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  3. Derek Jeter Calls Bryant Gumbel 'Mentally Weak' When Asked About Marlins Tanking

    Miami Marlins CEO Derek Jeter didn't take kindly to a line of questioning from Bryant Gumbel about the current state of the Major League Baseball franchise...

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  4. Matt Harvey Sent to Mets Bullpen 2 Days After Saying He Is a Starting Pitcher

    Matt Harvey may consider himself a starting pitcher, but the New York Mets are making him a reliever...

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  5. Danny Farquhar Stable After Ruptured Aneurysm Caused Brain Hemorrhage in Dugout

    Chicago White Sox pitcher Danny Farquhar is reportedly "stable but in critical condition" after suffering a brain hemorrhage caused by a ruptured aneurysm during Friday's game, via Scott Merkin of MLB...

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  6. Justin Verlander Upset with Tim Anderson for Celebrating Steal Attempt

    Houston Astros starting pitcher Justin Verlander took exception Friday to Chicago White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson's actions during the fifth inning of Houston's 10-0 win...

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  7. Yoenis Cespedes Believes Golf Will Help Fix Swing After Early Slump

    New York Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes said Friday he's "considering" a return to golf to help him break out of an early-season slump. Cespedes is carrying a .208 batting average with 34 strikeouts through 19 games...

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  8. White Sox RP Danny Farquhar Taken to Hospital After Passing Out in Dugout

    Chicago White Sox reliever Danny Farquhar had to be taken to the hospital after collapsing in the dugout during Friday night's 10-0 loss to the Houston Astros at Guaranteed Rate Field...

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  9. Rob Manfred Says Shortening MLB Season Would Equal Less Pay for Players

    If Major League Baseball were to shorten its regular season, Commissioner Rob Manfred believes it should result in less pay for players...

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  10. Mike Napoli Out for Season with Knee Injury; Diagnosed with Torn ACL, Meniscus

    Cleveland Indians first baseman Mike Napoli suffered a torn ACL and meniscus in his right knee while playing for the Columbus Clippers, the team's Triple-A affiliate, Tuesday night...

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  11. MLB's Top 10 Home Run Hitters of All Time

    Nothing sends a baseball crowd into a frenzy quite like a home run. And when the biggest mashers step to the plate, fans are anxiously hoping to celebrate a ball clearing the fence...

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  12. Chicago Cubs vs. Colorado Rockies: Odds, Analysis, MLB Betting Pick

    The Colorado Rockies (11-9) are expected to get a big boost to their lineup Friday, when they host the Chicago Cubs (8-8) in a pick'em matchup at Coors Field...

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  13. Metrics 101: MLB's Most Overhyped Early-Season Breakout Stars

    It's hard to know which breakouts to trust when Major League Baseball is still in the small-sample-size portion of a brand new season. Some are for real. Some lean more toward fraudulent...

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  14. Struggling MLB Players Already in Danger of Getting Benched

    With just three weeks in the books, we're still in the early stages of the 2018 MLB season. However, it's already worth considering making a change to replace a player who is struggling mightily...

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  15. Matt Harvey on Potential Bullpen Move Amid Struggles: 'I'm a Starting Pitcher'

    After another rough outing Thursday, New York Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey downplayed talk of a potential move to the bullpen...

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  16. Klay Thompson's Brother Trayce Traded from Athletics to White Sox for Cash

    The Chicago White Sox acquired outfielder Trayce Thompson from the Oakland Athletics for cash considerations, the team announced Thursday. Thompson is the brother of Golden State Warriors star Klay Thompson...

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  17. Mets' Matt Harvey Not Guaranteed Another Start, Says Mickey Callaway

    After another poor start Thursday, Matt Harvey is no longer guaranteed a spot in the New York Mets rotation. The 29-year-old allowed six runs in six innings against the Atlanta Braves , falling to 0-2 on the year...

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  18. Aaron Judge Surpasses Mark McGwire as Fastest Player to 61 Career HRs

    New York Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge became the fastest player to hit 61 home runs in MLB history with a solo homer in the seventh inning of Thursday's 4-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays ...

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  19. Mariners Turn Triple Play After Astros' Evan Gattis Loses Track of Outs

    The Seattle Mariners pulled off a triple play on Thursday against the Houston Astros , albeit with a lot of help from Evan Gattis ...

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  20. Yankees News: Giancarlo Stanton Dropped to 4th in Lineup, CC Sabathia Activated

    With a record of 8-8 through the first three weeks of the 2018 MLB season, the New York Yankees are working on getting things on track...

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  21. Alex Rodriguez's Nephew Kidnapped, Held for Ransom in Botched Lamborghini Deal

    Alex Rodriguez 's nephew, Norberto Susini, was kidnapped and held for ransom after a sale of a $600,000 Lamborghini took a turn for the worse, according to Tina Moore and Max Jaeger of the N ew York Post ...

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  22. Each MLB Team's Prospect Who Could Help Right Away

    We spend a lot of time talking about a team's top prospects, but what about the next prospect? Sometimes those are one in the same, as highly regarded youngsters such as Ronald Acuna Jr...

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  23. MLB Must Consider Shortened Season as It Loses Attendance, Weather War

    The MLB season is too dang long. That's not a universal truism, but it's definitely the opinion of Chicago Cubs first baseman and three-time All-Star Anthony Rizzo . He has a point...

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  24. Controversial Trade Ideas That Would Ignite MLB Fanbases

    It's too early in the 2018 season for Major League Baseball teams to start trading. But when the summer trade market finally opens, it might get weird. So, what the heck? Let's take a whack at imagining some weird trades...

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  25. Bryan Price Fired by Reds, Jim Riggleman Named Interim Manager

    After four-plus seasons, Bryan Price has been fired as manager of the Cincinnati Reds . The team announced Thursday that Price will be replaced on an interim basis by bench coach Jim Riggleman on the heels of a 3-15 start...

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