• Yankees’ Aaron Boone: ‘It’s hard to wrap your mind around’ Aaron Judge’s season

    Yankees’ Aaron Boone: ‘It’s hard to wrap your mind around’ Aaron Judge’s season

    The New York Yankees season continued its second half circling of the drain on Monday night with a 4-3 loss to the Los Angeles Angels.  As has been the case for much of the past two-and-a-half months, you can’t really blame Aaron Judge for any of it. He continued his monster season on Monday by …

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  • Cincinnati Reds’ Ross Detwiler becomes record 450th pitcher to allow home run to St. Louis Cardinals’ Albert Pujols

    Cincinnati Reds’ Ross Detwiler becomes record 450th pitcher to allow home run to St. Louis Cardinals’ Albert Pujols

    As Albert Pujols continues to climb the all-time home run list during his farewell season, he’s also setting major league records in the process. On Thursday night in Cincinnati, the St. Louis Cardinals slugger hit career home run No. 694, and it came against a 450th different pitcher, a big league record. This time, it …

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  • Hawaii wins Little League World Series on mercy rule

    Hawaii wins Little League World Series on mercy rule

    Honolulu earned the Little League World Series championship on Sunday with a 13-3 victory over Curacao to finish off a dominating run at Williamsport, Pa. The victory came in four innings on the tournament’s 10-run mercy rule after Kama Angell‘s single down the left-field line to scored Esaiah Wong, clinching the title. Angell had six …

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  • ‘He’s the GOAT’: What it’s like watching Albert Pujols become Albert Pujols again

    ‘He’s the GOAT’: What it’s like watching Albert Pujols become Albert Pujols again

    Drew Smyly was working into the seventh inning of a scoreless duel against the St. Louis Cardinals and knew one mistake could change the game — especially to a hitter like Albert Pujols, up for his third at-bat in Monday’s game. To his delight, the Chicago Cubs left-hander threw the pitch exactly where he wanted …

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  • Braves’ Vaughn Grissom: Being drafted by Mets would’ve been ‘terrible’

    Braves’ Vaughn Grissom: Being drafted by Mets would’ve been ‘terrible’

    The rivalry between the New York Mets and Atlanta Braves has been heated for years and won’t be cooling down anytime soon ahead of the fall months. At the start of Thursday’s MLB action, the first-place Mets held just a one-and-a-half-game lead over the second-place Braves in the National League East standings, and the two …

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  • Mariners SP George Kirby opens start with 24 straight strikes, setting MLB record

    Mariners SP George Kirby opens start with 24 straight strikes, setting MLB record

    Since being called up by the Seattle Mariners in May, top pitching prospect George Kirby has impressed, going 5-3 with a 3.38 ERA in 17 starts. Only months after starting his first major league game, the 24-year-old has already made baseball history. Kirby set a new MLB record Wednesday against the Washington Nationals, opening his …

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  • Mariners SP George Kirby opens start with 24 straight strikes, setting MLB record

    Mariners SP George Kirby opens start with 24 straight strikes, setting MLB record

    Since being called up by the Seattle Mariners in May, top pitching prospect George Kirby has impressed, going 5-3 with a 3.38 ERA in 17 starts. Only months after starting his first major league game, the 24-year-old has already made baseball history. Kirby set a new MLB record Wednesday against the Washington Nationals, opening his …

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  • Carlos Correa: ‘I see myself playing with the Twins for a very long time.’

    Carlos Correa: ‘I see myself playing with the Twins for a very long time.’

    Minnesota Twins shortstop Carlos Correa is making his return to Houston on Tuesday night, but if his old fanbase had dreams of him putting on an Astros jersey once again, they may be disappointed. Correa met with reporters prior to Tuesday’s game and had kind words for the organization that drafted him first overall in …

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  • MLB players who might retire after the 2022 season

    MLB players who might retire after the 2022 season

    The 2022 MLB season promises to be a memorable one. The lockout caused an unprecedented free-agent frenzy during spring training, and the lead-up to Opening Day has been more action-packed than ever before. With so much to look forward to over the next six-plus months, let’s examine 20 guys we should be sure to appreciate …

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  • Mets’ Starling Marte steals home in 7-2 win over Phillies

    Mets’ Starling Marte steals home in 7-2 win over Phillies

    The New York Mets kicked off an important road series with the Philadelphia Phillies with a 7-2 win on Friday night. Mets’ outfielder Starling Marte scored two of New York’s seven runs on Friday night, including a steal of home in the fifth inning. With the Mets up 4-0 in the fifth and runners on …

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