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28 min ago | Rant Sports
The Milwaukee Brewers are off to a very nice start in 2014, currently leading the NL Central by four games over the St. Louis Cardinals.
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4 hrs ago | Rant Sports
Even though the 2014 baseball season is only one month old, the NL Central is already shaping up as a highly competitive division that is forcing more urgency with each divisional series played.
11 hrs ago | WNFL-AM Green Bay
The Milwaukee Brewers welcome the first home run of the season from shortstop Jean Segura in beating the San Diego Padres 5-2 at Miller Park Wednesday night.
The Cubs let a 5-2 lead slip away in the top of the ninth inning against the Arizona Diamondbacks and lost 7-5 on Wrigley Field's 100th birthday, snapping their first winning streak of the season.
In this April 10, 2014 photo, fans arrive at Wrigley Field before a baseball game between Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs in Chicago.
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's open secret, hidden a year ago behind a broken right arm, is out: The guy and the month of April just don't get along.
Francisco's locker was packed up and he was gone from camp, apparently waiting to see if he'll clear waivers or be claimed by another club.
There is no such thing as a good injury in sports, but some injuries are more concerning than others.
When the Cincinnati Reds won the 2010 NL Central and drew the Philadelphia Phillies in the playoffs, it was then-Reds pitcher Edinson Volquez who drew the start in Game 1 of the divisional series, not current Reds ace Johnny Cueto .
Apr 16, 2014; Bronx, NY, USA; Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jason Hammel pitches against the New York Yankees during the second inning at Yankee Stadium.
Another day, another losing streak. 22 games in, and we've already had four losing streaks of three-plus games, totaling 16 defeats.
Former Chicago Cubs pitcher Ryan Dempster will take his talents to cable television as an analyst with MLB Network, tweets Chicago Sun Times' Chris DeLuca.
In three contests, Davis has already been a difference maker, which led to him accomplishing a feat that no other player in Major League Baseball on Monday night.
The A's are a force, and everybody knows it. The two-time defending American League West champs don't sneak up on anyone anymore.
Now that's more like it. The Padres looked impressive in taking a weekend series from the San Francisco Giants.