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Time Traveling through Baseball’s Present

When last we left this time and space we discussed certain key moments to visit in baseball’s past given the chance of time travel in honor of the return of… 1,045 more words

Major League Baseball

Porcello Near-Perfect To Beat Odorizzi and Rays, 6-0

Jake Odorizzi had a solid start against a tough Tigers lineup, but that wasn’t enough to beat Detroit on Wednesday.  Rick Porcello threw his third complete-game shutout of the season, and the Tigers did all of their damage with two out, as they handed the Rays their fourth straight loss, 6-0. 339 more words

MLB Upholds First Team Protest in 28 Years in Giants Versus Cubs Game

After protesting that the Chicago Cubs didn’t tarp the field properly in a 2-0 rain-inducing loss Tuesday night, the San Francisco Giants were allowed by Major League Baseball Wednesday night to finish the game Thursday. 149 more words

MLB.com Pro Blogs of the Day

These are some of the latest PRO posts within the Major League Baseball family. If you have a post of your own you want to feature, make sure to leave a link in the comments below… 130 more words

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Reviews Mostly Positive Following Metal-Detector Debut At Yankee Stadium

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Wearing a navy blue New York Yankees shirt, Jonathan Freedman lined up with other fans outside Gate 2 on Jerome Avenue and East 164th Street. 642 more words


Rays Squander 4-0 Lead, Fall 8-6 To Tigers in 11

After two innings the Rays had a 4-0 lead over Detroit on Monday night, but that lead evaporated in the middle frames, as the Tigers eventually won the contest 8-6 in 11.   574 more words

Suggestions For The Commish

There is one very simple thing that Commissioner-elect Rob Manfred should keep in mind as he prepares for his reign as Major League Baseball’s top man. 1,474 more words