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Mets Resume Mastery Of Phillies


 NEW YORK (AP) _ Ruben Tejada hit an inside-the-park homer and drove in four runs to back Matt Harvey as the New York Mets returned to their winning ways against the Philadelphia Phillies with a 9-4 victory Wednesday night. 715 more words


First Basic Experience A Big Thrill

Hello APBAers!

Thanks for dropping in! After exclusively playing the master game version of APBA Baseball for the 5+ years I’ve been playing APBA, I dove into the basic game last week as I prep for the Twin Cities APBA Tournament in October, which uses the basic game. 2,248 more words

On This Day In Baseball History: July 15, 1993

Baltimore Orioles shortstop Cal Ripken, Jr passes Ernie Banks for most homers as a shortstop when he clubs his 278th. Ripken will end his career with 345 career homers while playing short. 80 more words


Rafael Furcal announces his retirement after 14 seasons

Three-time All-Star shortstop Rafael Furcal has decided to retire at age 37 after injuries derailed numerous comeback attempts in recent years.

Furcal debuted for the Braves in 2000, winning the Rookie of the Year award, and spent the next decade as one of the league’s best all-around shortstops, but he last topped a .700 OPS in 2011 and has played a grand total of just nine games in the big leagues since 2013. 76 more words

Chris Davis suspended 25 games for amphetamine use

Orioles first baseman/third baseman Chris Davis has been suspended 25 games by MLB after testing positive for amphetamines. The suspension is effective immediately and includes the playoffs in addition to the Orioles’ final 17 regular season games. 232 more words

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Gee Back In The Win Column


NEW YORK (AP) _ Juan Lagares hit a two-run homer and ran down one ball after another in center field, sending Dillon Gee and the New York Mets to a 3-2 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Tuesday night. 596 more words


Miami Marlins release former MVP Miguel Tejada

The Miami Marlins have released Miguel Tejada, writes Juan C. Rodriguez of the Sun-Sentinel. The 40-year old former All-Star infielder signed a minor league contract with the club in mid-May; however he was hampered by a shoulder injury. 142 more words