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11:46 PM - Friday, April 17, 2015
11 hour ago - Sporting News / Travis Durkee
8 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Scott Polacek
Washington Nationals third baseman Yunel Escobar left Friday’s game against the Philadelphia Phillies with a groin injury.  Continue for updates.  Escobar Leaves Game vs. Phillies Friday, April 17 Mark Zuckerman of Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atl . . .
9 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Tristan Thornburgh
New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez stepped in at designated hitter on Friday against the Tampa Bay Rays and made the most of it with a massive blast to left-center that put the Yankees up, 1-0, in the second inning. Mike Axisa of CBS Sport . . .
11 hour ago - CBS Sports
DETROIT (AP) Coming into this season, the Tigers had started 9-1 just twice since World War I: in 1968 and 1984, the years of Detroit's last two World Series titles.
7 hour ago - CBS Sports
A-Rod homers twice, including 471-foot bomb
4/16/2015 - Federal Baseball / Patrick Reddington
Matt Williams updated reporters on Craig Stammen's status after the 31-year-old reliever was placed on the 15-Day DL on Wednesday and the news wasn't good. Stammen reportedy has a flexor tear which will require surgery. The news that . . .
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9 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Joseph Zucker
Although the 2015 MLB season is less than two weeks old, it's never too early to start combing the rumor mill for the next potential trade or free-agent signing. Right now, most teams are in the feeling-out stage. They're seeing what they have . . .
7 hour ago - News / Doug Miller
Mariners closer Fernando Rodney says he's confident he'll bounce back after some rocky appearances early in the season.
17 hour ago - MLB Daily Dish / Chris Schubert
An update from the happenings around the American League East, which includes Evan Longoria's consecutive games-played streak in jeopardy. During Thursday night's contest against the Toronto Blue Jays, Tampa Bay Rays fans got a bit . . .
17 hour ago - Red Reporter / Charlie Scrabbles
Kicking the dead horse, really just to make extra-triple-dang-sure it actually is dead. I know full well just how futile this article is. There is no way in blue hell that Aroldis Chapman will ever start a baseball game for the Cinci . . .
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