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1 hr ago | BleacherReport
Second baseman Chase Utley has been on a tear to start 2014, leading the majors in batting average and WAR.
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5 hrs ago | The State
Seattle's Chris Young was as sharp as could be expected during his first start in the majors in 19 months, and he'll look to build on that milestone outing Friday in Miami when the Mariners open a three-game series against the Marlins..
9 hrs ago | Marlin Maniac
The Miami Herald is reporting that the Marlins are going to move to a 4-man pitching rotation after this weekend.
The Cardinals' Matt Holliday doubles past a diving Anthony Rendon in the first inning.
When the subject of model franchises arises, we gravitate to the Cardinal Way or the Moneyball A's or whatever statistical jujitsu the Rays are doing to remain high-level contenders despite low payrolls.
Ben Revere's RBI single with two outs in the eighth inning lifted the Philadelphia Phillies to a 1-0 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Thursday afternoon.
Milwaukee continued to set the pace in the early stages of the new Major League Baseball season, winning its ninth-straight game on Sunday by beating Pittsburgh 4-1, with starting pitcher Kyle Lohse starring.
Even before he donned their uniform, the Washington Nationals were widely criticized for their acquisition of Jayson Werth .
Down 3-0 through five innings, the Washington Nationals rallied behind a three run home run by Jayson Werth to defeat the Miami Marlins 6-3.
California has hired Tennessee's Cuonzo Martin as its head coach. Cal announced Martin's hiring Tuesday.
The Washington Nationals have taken four of five from the Miami Marlins thus far in 2014, but they'll have to either beat Jose Fernandez for the first time in Marlins Park or at least outlast him to take the second series of the season with the Fish... A night after Tom Koehler shut the Washington Nationals down, holding them scoreless over seven ... (more)
"Guys were aggressive. He threw quite a few fastballs early in the count and we were ready for him," Miami Marlins' manager Mike Redmond said after the Fish scored six runs in the first two innings of Washington Nationals' starter Stephen Strasburg's outing in Miami.
The selling of the future continues for the Mets, even as another season has begun as widely predicted, with their spotty, strikeout-prone offense seemingly dooming this team to mediocrity in 2014, or perhaps a sixth straight losing record.
We're halfway through the first month of the MLB season, and the Washington Nationals currently sit second in the NL East just 1.5 games back of the Atlanta Braves.
Thanks to a rainout on Tuesday, the Philadelphia Phillies have had an extra day to think about their brutal loss to the Atlanta Braves in the opener of this series between NL East rivals.
Between the seven errors, injuries to Denard Span and Ryan Zimmerman and a three-game sweep that left them 7-18 against the Braves since the start of last season, the Nationals' trip to Atlanta couldn't have gone much worse.