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Thu, Jun 21, 2018

MLB Headline News

  • 'Signature moment!' Stanton hits epic walk-off HR
    When Giancarlo Stanton agreed to be traded to the Yankees last winter, to play on the big stage that suiting up in pinstripes entails, it was for nights like Wednesday, when Stanton crushed a walk-off homer that carried the Yankees to a 7-5 victory over the Mariners.
  • Astros hit 4 HRs, become 1st in MLB to 50 wins
    The defending World Series-champion Astros became the first team in the Majors to reach 50 wins behind four solo homers, including three consecutive shots in the sixth inning, and six innings of one-run ball from Charlie Morton in a win over the Rays. Jose Altuve homered twice, while George Springer and Alex Bregman also went deep, all coming off Rays starter Nathan Eovaldi.
  • MLB Buzz: Will Red Sox pursue Padres' Hand?
    The non-waiver Trade Deadline is July 31, and we're keeping you up to date with the latest trade buzz, news, rumors and more.
  • Heyward makes case for throw of the year
    He ended up with a bloody nose, but Cubs catcher Willson Contreras still held on to the ball, completing a stellar double play in the third inning of Chicago's 4-0 win over the Dodgers on Wednesday.
  • Ichiro in the Derby? Good one, skipper
    Mariners manager Scott Servais was just having fun, suggesting on a SiriusXM MLB Network Radio show on Wednesday that Ichiro Suzuki should take part in the Home Run Derby at next month's All-Star Game festivities at Nationals Park in Washington.
  • Kluber first to 11 wins as Tribe routs White Sox
    Corey Kluber returned to his dominant form, limiting the White Sox to one hit over seven stellar innings, as the Indians completed a three-game series sweep. Jose Ramirez pounced on Chicago starter Reynaldo Lopez in the first with a three-run homer, and Jason Kipnis capped a six-run sixth inning with another three-run blast.
  • All-Star leader Altuve caps Astros' 3 straight HRs
    When All-Star second baseman Jose Altuve stepped to the plate in the sixth inning of Wednesday night's 5-1 win over the Rays, the sellout crowd at Minute Maid Park was still buzzing from the last two batters' homers.
  • While going through old Facebook messages, Pat Neshek discovered a contract offer for 2014
    Neshek finds old contract offer on Facebook
  • A case for Realmuto as MLB's best catcher
    J.T. Realmuto has baseball's best pop time and best caught stealing percentage, is faster than any other catcher, and is out-hitting all other catchers. He might just be the best catcher in the game.
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