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Collins 'out of explanations' after Mets' bullpen implodes again

Saturday night’s events were probably not on Terry Collins’ birthday wish list. As Collins ushered in his 68th birthday, his New York Mets took a one-run lead into the ninth inning against the Pittsburgh Pirates, and Collins, for a few ...

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Tanaka erases Yankees' concerns with career-high 13 Ks vs. Athletics

Cancel the CSI investigation. We found him. Masahiro Tanaka, the New York Yankees ace who was uncharacteristically batted around in his last two starts for the club, quieted his doubters Friday with a masterful performance against the Oakland Athletics in ...

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Reds’ speedster Billy Hamilton scores go-ahead run from first on single to left field

May 24, 2017; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cincinnati Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton (6) celebrates with first baseman Joey Votto (19) after scoring in the ninth inning against the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field.  David Richard-USA TODAY Sports Cincinnati Reds’ center ...

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Pederson, Puig walk off after scary collision

Several moments after manager Dave Roberts and two trainers reached the players, they got to their feet and walked off the field. Chris Taylor pinch-hit in the bottom of the inning for Pederson, who exited with a neck strain. Puig, ...

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Astros: 30 dancing! Houston first to wins mark

Peacock made a spot start in place of ace Dallas Keuchel, who was placed on the disabled list Saturday with a pinch nerve in his neck. Peacock had eight strikeouts, including striking out the side on 12 pitches in the ...

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Judge's defense doesn't rest: 'Awesome play'

• Cast your Esurance All-Star ballot for Judge and other #ASGWorthy players “I wasn’t doing it on offense, so I was able to do it on defense and help out the team,” said Judge, who struck out in all four ...

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Pedroia not concerned by Red Sox shaky start: 'We're not a .500 team'

Warning: Story contains coarse language Regardless of what Dustin Pedroia says, the Boston Red Sox record at the moment is at the .500 mark. Nevertheless, Pedroia is fully convinced that his team is better than what Beantown fans are watching ...

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Napoli, Gallo homer for Texas' 10th straight victory

“Any time you win, it’s a good night,” Napoli said. “We’re playing good baseball, getting good pitching, timely hitting and playing good defense. That’s how you want to do it. Winning on the road and getting that first one is ...

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Ian Desmond compares Twins pitcher to late Jose Fernandez

May 13, 2017; Cleveland, OH, USA; Minnesota Twins pitcher Jose Berrios (17) throws a pitch during the first inning against the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field.  Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports Jose Berrios has been dominant in his first two outings ...

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Walk-off HR gives D-backs sweep of Mets

“I don’t think there’s anything that compares to hitting a walk-off home run,” Herrmann said. “It’s something you dreamed about as a little kid when you’re a little kid, 6 years old playing out in the cul-de-sac hitting tennis balls.” ...

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