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7:44 AM - Wednesday, October 22, 2014
5 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Andrew Gould
Nobody needed help hammering down the experience storyline this World Series, but Game 2's pitching matchup further reflects that talking point when the San Francisco Giants send out a former Cy Young winner to face the Kansas City Royals' rook . . .
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7 hour ago - Sports Illustrated
Oakland swept the first-place votes and is No. 1 again in the Power Rankings, but two NL Central teams are rising.
7 hour ago - MetsBlog.com
The Mets will formally interview former Yankees hitting coach Kevin Long for their vacant hitting coach position on Wednesday.1,2,3 Long was the hitting coach for the Yankees for seven seasons before being fired by the team at the end of the se . . .
10/21/2014 - Bless You Boys / Rob Rogacki
James Shields is starting Game 1 of the World Series tonight. Would he be able to repeat that feat in Detroit next year? With "Big Game James" Shields ready to start the biggest game of his life this evening, it only seems right to e . . .
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.
6 hour ago - Bleacher Report
Currently managing in the 2014 World Series is a guy who just doesn't get enough credit. No, not Ned Yost. Though you can argue the Kansas City Royals manager is underrated in his own right, I'm referring to the guy who's gunning for his third . . .
5 hour ago - CBS Sports
Yankees' Sabathia feels nearly '100 percent'
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
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 / 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 / Associated Press
The big man they call MadBum is a playoff MVP.
5 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Joel Reuter
For a team to be successful during the regular season, on into the postseason and all the way up to the World Series, it needs to receive contributions from everyone on the roster. However, there are certain players who are undoubtedly more imp . . .
5 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Martin Gandy
We still don't know what direction the yet-to-be-named new Atlanta Braves general manager will take with the 2015 ballclub. The directive may be to strip the team down and rebuild, but the Braves brain trust could also make a few key changes to . . .
4 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Kenny Dejohn
In need of offense? Well, you're in luck. There are several big bats to go around this offseason. The 2014 World Series may have just begun, but the MLB rumors are already swirling. While the market for big bats is a bit underwhelming, there a . . .
15 hour ago - ESPN / Associated Press
Right-hander Jerome Williams has agreed to a one-year, $2.5 million contract with the Philadelphia Phillies.
10 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Nick Houser
The Oakland A's have a decision to make about nine major free agents this offseason. Well, one of those names has decided to retire, but that could always change. Another is not quite a big name, but he sure seems to be a "fan favorite" (said w . . .
7 hour ago - Sports Illustrated
On SI Now, Indians first baseman Nick Swisher discusses what he learned playing alongside Derek Jeter in New York.
5 hour ago - CollegeFootballTalk / Craig Calcaterra
Not living up to a nickname: forgivable. Not giving your team a chance to win in the World Series: a way bigger problem.
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