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The Astros’ and Rangers’ three-game series, originally scheduled to be played in Houston beginning T

The Astros’ and Rangers’ three-game series, originally scheduled to be played in Houston beginning T

The Astros’ and Rangers’ three-game series, originally scheduled to be played in Houston beginning Tuesday, will move to St. Petersburg’s Tropicana Field due to the effects of Hurricane Harvey.
The Texas Rangers Don't Look Great Here

The Texas Rangers Don't Look Great Here

Until earlier today, the Astros and Rangers were scheduled to begin a three-game series tomorrow in Houston. However, since much of the city is now underwater due to catastrophic flooding from
The Mets Have Shut Down David Wright And His Battered Body Once Again

The Mets Have Shut Down David Wright And His Battered Body Once Again

After suffering through an excruciating set of conditions including spinal stenosis and a herniated disc in his neck, David Wright has played less than half a season of major-league ball over the past
The Royals Just Can't Score

The Royals Just Can't Score

Last Thursday, the Royals sat just a half-game out of the American League’s crowded wild card race. They have played four games since, and they have not scored a run in any of them.Read more...
Kevin Pillar Takes Flight Once Again

Kevin Pillar Takes Flight Once Again

The most captivating defensive wizards tend to have a signature move: Javy Baez has his tags, Manny Machado has his rocket throws from foul territory, Andrelton Simmons has, uh, everything. Last
Royals Pitcher Danny Duffy Arrested For DUI At Burger King

Royals Pitcher Danny Duffy Arrested For DUI At Burger King

Kansas City Royals pitcher Danny Duffy was arrested under suspicion of DUI Sunday 7:30 p.m. in Overland Park, Kansas, according to a Overland Park police spokesperson.Read more...
Here’s How MLB Uses Videoconferencing for its Biggest Games

Here’s How MLB Uses Videoconferencing for its Biggest Games

With today's traffic snarls, videoconferencing becomes more useful.
Here’s How MLB Uses Videoconferencing for its Biggest Games

Here’s How MLB Uses Videoconferencing for its Biggest Games

With today's traffic snarls, videoconferencing becomes more useful.
Royals GM Discusses The Dangers Of Porn During Danny Duffy Presser

Royals GM Discusses The Dangers Of Porn During Danny Duffy Presser

Royals GM Dayton Moore held a press conference this afternoon to discuss how the organization is handling pitcher Danny Duffy’s DUI arrest Sunday, and at one point jumped from talking about DUIs to
MLB Scrubs, Rewrites MLB.com Column Critical Of Rangers

MLB Scrubs, Rewrites MLB.com Column Critical Of Rangers

An MLB.com column that chastised the Texas Rangers for their part in relocating this week’s series with the Houston Astros was extensively edited and rewritten after publication, seemingly to be less
Here's The Dylan Bundy That The Orioles Have Been Waiting For

Here's The Dylan Bundy That The Orioles Have Been Waiting For

Since being selected with the fourth overall pick in the 2011 draft, Dylan Bundy has been an elite prospect, an injury-riddled question mark, a symbol of Baltimore’s many flaws with pitcher
Astros Play In Florida, Which No One Wanted

Astros Play In Florida, Which No One Wanted

It didn’t look or feel much like a home game for the Astros. Before an announced crowd of 3,485 in St. Petersburg, Fla., each of whom had paid $10 for general admission, the Astros donned a first-time
Chris Sale Made Some People Look Very Stupid

Chris Sale Made Some People Look Very Stupid

Chris Sale pitched against the Toronto Blue Jays last night, and he struck out 11 batters in seven innings in a 3-0 win. “Struck out 11 batters” doesn’t quite describe what happened on that field,
Cleveland Indians Owner: "We're Not Exactly Aligned" With MLB On Our Racist Logo

Cleveland Indians Owner: "We're Not Exactly Aligned" With MLB On Our Racist Logo

Cleveland Indians owner Paul Dolan said today that the club continues to disagree with MLB on the subject of its racist logo, noting that they hope to find a “middle ground” soon.Read more...
Here's Adeiny Hechavarría Looking Smooth As Hell

Here's Adeiny Hechavarría Looking Smooth As Hell

Rays shortstop Adeiny Hechavarría has nothing to offer but his defense—a career OPS of .627—but that defense can be really, really pretty. It definitely was in the first inning of tonight’s game
Javier Báez Shoots His Shot, Steals Home

Javier Báez Shoots His Shot, Steals Home

The Cubs were meticulous in their destruction of the Pirates today, leaving Pittsburgh no hope in a bloodbath with a final score of 17-3. But before the game became a blowout, Chicago shortstop Javier
Keon Broxton Saved The Game With This Catch

Keon Broxton Saved The Game With This Catch

The Brewers salvaged a series split with the Cardinals, and crawled back to within three games of a wild card spot, and they have Keon Broxton to thank. The outfielder made a leaping catch at the wall
The Ratio Is The Triple Crown Of Bad Tweets

The Ratio Is The Triple Crown Of Bad Tweets

Every bad tweet lives a life. They begin as every tweet begins: in idiocy and shame, but also with hope. No tweet will ever be anything but the legible stain of a person yielding to the human impulse
White Sox Lose On Walk-Off Hit-By-Pitch

White Sox Lose On Walk-Off Hit-By-Pitch

The White Sox lost in Minnesota today when pitcher Juan Minaya hit Twins outfielder Max Kepler with the bases loaded in the ninth. There were two outs in the half inning, and the teams were tied at