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Amped up Harvey touches 97 mph in latest start for Mets

If Matt Harvey‘s latest start on Sunday was any indication of how things are going in his recovery from thoracic outlet syndrome, the New York Mets should be pleased. The 27-year-old right-hander touched 97 miles per hour during an 8-2 ...

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Report: Rangers have tabled extension talks with Jonathan Lucroy

Lucroy and the Rangers have been unable to come to terms on an early deal to keep him in Arlington, a sign that the free agent-to-be could have his eyes on a massive deal. Neville E. Guard-USA TODAY Sports The ...

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Cubs to wear gold-trimmed jerseys to celebrate World Series win

| March 24, 2017 The Chicago Cubs on Friday provided a glimpse of the special jerseys the team will wear for its first series of the 2017 MLB season to commemorate their World Series victory last fall. The Cubs official ...

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See Jake rake: Arrieta crushes 465-foot HR

“You never know what to expect early,” Arrieta said. “I was just trying to pick up the ball, put good swings on the ball and try not to look too foolish up there. I see the ball pretty well — ...

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American Beauty: USA dominates PR in final

After three World Baseball Classics dating back to the inaugural tournament in 2006 in which Team USA never made it past the semifinals, the Americans won their first title in decisive style in front of a raucous, bipartisan crowd of ...

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Adam Jones comes up big again lifting Team USA over Japan

Mar 21, 2017; Los Angeles, CA, USA; United States center fielder Adam Jones (10) hits sacrifice line drive to score United States shortstop Brandon Crawford (not pictured) against Japan during the eighth inning of the 2017 World Baseball Classic at ...

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Puerto Rico advances to WBC final with walk-off win over Netherlands

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USA didn't recall Archer due to his pitching schedule

Chris Archer tossed four perfect innings for the United States in his first start of the World Baseball Classic. The right-hander had no idea it would be his last. Archer returned to the Tampa Bay Rays following the first round ...

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Sticks and Jones! USA flies over DR into Final 4

SAN DIEGO — The United States is headed to the World Baseball Classic semifinals. Giancarlo Stanton belted a go-ahead homer and Adam Jones made a catch for the ages, propelling the U.S. to its second semifinals appearance with a 6-3 ...

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Miguel Cabrera is out of the WBC due to a back injury

Venezuela is on the ropes in the World Baseball Classic, and Miguel Cabrera won’t be available to help them get off of them. Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports The WBC has been a lot of fun this year, but Miguel Cabrera’s ...

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