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5:41 PM - Saturday, October 25, 2014
5 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Kyle Newport
The Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants are ready to square off in a pivotal Game 4 on Saturday night. On Friday night, the Royals snapped the Giants' six-game winning streak at home in World Series play with a 3-2 victory. Kansas . . .
9 hour ago - CollegeFootballTalk / D.J. Short
Sternberg has reportedly had discussions "with wealthy Wall Street associates" about moving the Rays to Montreal.
7 hour ago - MetsBlog.com / Matthew Cerrone
Mets reliever Jeurys Familia underwent successful surgery to repair bilateral sport hernias Friday in Philadelphia. He is on his way back home to the Dominican Republic. Jenrry Mejia also underwent surgery for a sports hernia earlier this month . . .
9 hour ago - MLB Rumors / Charlie Wilmoth
Here’s the latest on Joe Maddon, whose agent Alan Nero (via a tweet from the Boston Globe’s Nick Cafardo) says is still “early in the process” of deciding what to do in 2015. Nero adds that taking a year off might be a possibility for Maddon. . . .
9 hour ago - ESPN / Associated Press
Darnell Coles is the new hitting coach for the Milwaukee Brewers, a team that missed the playoffs in large part because of problems at the plate.
9 hour ago - ESPN.com - MLB
ESPN and its fans grade how well the two World Series managers, Bruce Bochy and Ned Yost, fared in Game 3.
4 hour ago - CollegeFootballTalk / Bill Baer
Giants manager Bruce Bochy confirmed that Jake Peavy will start Game 6 and Tim Hudson will start Game 7 if the World Series extends that far.
9 hour ago - Bless You Boys / Rob Rogacki
Cabrera underwent a far more invasive surgery than the Tigers expected this week. The Tigers were dealt a nasty little surprise this week when Miguel Cabrera underwent surgery on his right ankle. The surgery itself wasn't surprising . . .
10/24/2014 - Bleacher Report / Joseph Zucker
Major League Baseball announced on Friday that Paul Konerko and Jimmy Rollins both won the Roberto Clemente Award. It's the first time the honor has been split among two players: Konerko is also the first Chicago White Sox player to take hom . . .
13 hour ago - MLB Rumors / Charlie Wilmoth
The Pirates have announced that they’ve acquired shortstop Justin Sellers from the Indians for cash considerations. They’ve also designated relievers John Axford and Jeanmar Gomez for assignment and reinstated starter Charlie Morton from the 60 . . .
5 hour ago - MLB Rumors / Charlie Wilmoth
The Nationals will try to re-sign some combination of Jordan Zimmermann, Ian Desmond and Doug Fister this offseason, Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post writes. The trio combined for 10.8 fWAR in 2014, and all three are eligible for free agency . . .
3 hour ago - MLB Rumors / Brad Johnson
The Rays operate on one of the tightest budgets in baseball, but relief could be within sight, writes Cork Gaines of RaysIndex.com. The team’s television contract is set to expire following the 2016 season. While Tampa Bay has a reputation for . . .
3 hour ago - News / Greg Johns
Numbers, numbers, numbers. Baseball loves 'em, and so do we. Here's a look back at some interesting numerals from the Mariners' 2014 season:
10/24/2014 - Bleacher Report
For most of the 2014 season, Adam Wainwright dealt with an elbow injury that he was able to pitch through. Now, the St. Louis Cardinals' ace underwent surgery to address the issue moving forward.   Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch . . .
8 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Ryan Gaule
There was a time when Gaby Sanchez was emerging as a reliable, everyday player at the major league level.   In 2010, Sanchez broke onto the scene with a .273 batting average and 19 home runs in 151 games for the Miami Marlins, finishing fourth . . .
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