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5:44 PM - Tuesday, October 21, 2014
6 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Adam Wells
After a long layoff due to both teams running through their respective League Championship Series, the San Francisco Giants and Kansas City Royals finally kick off the 2014 World Series on Tuesday. Considering how unpredictable this postseaso . . .
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7 hour ago - Nationals Journal / James Wagner
After years of searching for a spring training alternative to Viera, the Nationals took their most promising step yet in securing a partnership with a municipality in Florida. Palm Beach County approved $108 million in public funding for a two- . . .
4 hour ago - ESPN / Associated Press
Infielder Jayson Nix was added to the Kansas City Royals' active roster for the World Series against San Francisco in place of rookie Christian Colon.
11 hour ago - River Avenue Blues / Michael Axisa
Just a heads up, MLBTR covered the Yankees as part of their Offseason Outlook series yesterday. It’s a breakdown of the team’s current contract commitments — with arbitration projections, which I’ll examine more closely tomorrow — and the roste . . .
9 hour ago - CollegeFootballTalk / Aaron Gleeman
Zimmer came into this season as a top-25 prospect according to Baseball America and MLB.com.
5 hour ago - The LoHud Yankees Blog / Chad Jennings
From Associated Press sports writer Mike Fitzpatrick, here’s a position-by-position look at this year’s World Series matchup between the Royals and Giants. The Series starts tonight in Kansas City. I can only speak for myself, but I know that d . . .
9 hour ago - Minor League Ball / John Sickels
The title speaks for itself, but check out this Crystal Ball projection from 2010: its said Posey would hit .310 with 20 homers and 28 doubles and 90 RBI in 2014. He hit .311 with 22 homers and 28 doubles and 89 RBI. San Francisco G . . .
9 hour ago - MetsBlog.com / Maggie Wiggin
Maggie Wiggin: Lucas Duda had a breakout season in 2014. However, despite a solid overall performance, he still hasn’t shown he can hit left-handed pitching. This past season, Duda faced left-handed pitchers in 20 percent of his plate appearanc . . .
6 hour ago - Minor League Ball / Nick Melotte
Welcome to the Arizona Fall League Gameday! Welcome back to the Minor League Ball AFL Gameday. Salt River outlasted Peoria for a 4-2 win, Surprise inked out a one run victory, 6-5 over Mesa, and Scottsdale beat Glendale 7-3. Chec . . .
4 hour ago - ESPN / David Purdum
The NCAA, NFL and other major professional sports leagues filed a motion for a temporary restraining order Tuesday in an effort to halt legalized sports betting in New Jersey.
5 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Nick Dimengo
We all know the story by now—the Kansas City Royals are about to play in their first World Series game in 29 years tonight. And while this should have every sports fan excited about the possibility of one of the biggest underdog stories in rec . . .
4 hour ago - ESPN / Associated Press
The big man they call MadBum is a playoff MVP.
4 hour ago - ESPN / Espn.News Services
Second baseman Brian Roberts, who played all but one of his 14-year career with the Baltimore Orioles, is retiring.
4 hour ago - ESPN
Pete Rose, baseball's all-time hit leader, firmly believes that he'll one day be enshrined in the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
4 hour ago - ESPN / Mark Saxon
New Los Angeles Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman has spoken to former Diamondbacks and Padres general manager Josh Byrnes about the Dodgers' vacant GM position, according to team sources.
4 hour ago - ESPN / Associated Press
Boosted by their strong results on replay challenges this season, several umpires will get to work the World Series for the first time.
4 hour ago - ESPN / Associated Press
U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents have arrested a South Florida man suspected of manufacturing and supplying banned performance-enhancing drugs for Major League Baseball players and other athletes.
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