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Around the NL East: Mets being cautious with Harvey

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The Braves are nosediving as the season comes to a close. After being swept by the Marlins, they’ve dropped eight straight and have fallen to fourth place in the NL East (not that it matters, considering how poor the rest of the division is). 431 more words

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Around the NL East: Will the Mets ever lose again?

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How unlucky is Shelby Miller? The 24-year-old All-Star pitcher has had a solid season, but doesn’t have a whole lot to show for it. 518 more words

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Around the NL East: Mets squander chance to bury Nats

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The Braves are on the outside looking in when it comes to the postseason, so the next month and a half we’ll take stock of how their rebuilding process is going. 414 more words

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Around the NL East: How will Mets manage rotation's workload?

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With all their wheeling and dealing complete, the Braves will play out the string and try to find bright spots to carry into 2016. 502 more words

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UPDATED: Nats getting Papelbon for minor-leaguer Pivetta

Updated at 8:20 p.m.

For the second time in two years, the Nationals decided to bolster their bullpen by acquiring an experienced closer who likely will bump Drew Storen from his once-secure role pitching the ninth inning. 496 more words

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Around the NL East: Are Mets moves enough to catch Nats?

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The Braves continued their plan to acquire young pitching, trading veterans Juan Uribe and Kelly Johnson to the Mets in exchange for minor league arms John Gant and Rob Whalen. 625 more words

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Around the NL East: Division gearing up for busy trade deadline

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We’re a week away from the non-waiver trade deadline, and we still don’t know who the Braves might ship in a deal. There have been rumors that it could be infielders Chris Johnson, Juan Uribe or reliever Jim Johnson. 519 more words

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