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Sun, Aug 20, 2017

MLB Headline News

  • Little is Major: Williamsport In Real Life
    Tonight, the spotlight will shine on a big moment in a small town. The Cardinals and Pirates will play a Major League game in a Minor League ballpark in front of Little League families. By the time it's all over, Little Leaguers and big leaguers alike will leave with the memory of a baseball lifetime.
  • Starting Pictures: MLB Little League Classic
    The Pirates and Cardinals landed in Williamsport, Pa., and visited with Little Leaguers before their game at Bowman Field.
  • JBJ, Porcello push Sox's lead over Yanks to 5
    For the second straight weekend, the Red Sox were successful in their quest of preventing the Yankees from making a dent in the American League East standings. Backed by a pair of two-out RBI hits by Jackie Bradley Jr. and a strong pitching performance from the resurgent Rick Porcello, Boston once again took two out of three from New York, opening up a five-game lead in the division with a 5-1 victory on Sunday at Fenway Park.
  • Another trick at the wall: Pillar robs Bryant in ivy
    Kevin Pillar didn't exactly run through a brick wall to make a highlight-reel catch on Sunday afternoon, but he came pretty close.
  • Today's starting lineups: Aug. 20
    Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
  • MLB.TV: Watch every night on every device
    Get the No. 1 LIVE streaming sports service -- now $49.99 for the rest of the year -- and never miss another pitch.
  • Junior Leaguer leapt over the fence to rob HR
    Junior Leaguer leapt over the fence to rob HR
  • Stanton's 45th HR, Conley's 11 K's knock Mets
    The Mets couldn't avoid pitching to Giancarlo Stanton on Sunday afternoon, and the slugger made them pay. Stanton belted a three-run homer in the seventh inning off Jacob deGrom, as the Marlins held on for a 6-4 victory in the series finale at Citi Field.
  • Williamsport hero: Pham orders 200 snow cones
    Williamsport hero: Pham orders 200 snow cones
  • Kershaw improving, set for sim game Monday
    Clayton Kershaw is one step closer to returning to the Dodgers, as he will throw a simulated game in Pittsburgh on Monday.


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