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5/26/2016 | Vote for No. 27 on the 27th

No. 27 is perfect in baseball, and there are some perfectly good reasons to vote for No. 27 on May 27 as you help decide All-Star starters via your 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot.


5/26/2016 | Teen phenom joins aces on MLB.TV stage

The baseball spotlight will shine on Citi Field tonight, when 19-year-old Dodgers left-hander Julio Urias makes his highly anticipated Major League debut against the Mets and Jacob deGrom. But that's far from the only matchup of note on the day's full 15-game slate, as plenty of other intriguing contests await on MLB.TV.


5/26/2016 | BTS leader's run ends at 41 with JBJ's 0-for

This season's longest hitting streak and top Beat the Streak run ended simultaneously Thursday night, as Red Sox outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. went 0-for-4 vs. the Rockies.


5/26/2016 | Virtual reality highlights 'We Are Baseball' tour

John Smoltz is one of the fortunate thousands that have experienced the Hall of Fame in person. But there are many, many more who logically may find it difficult to get there. Starting this summer, the travel is about to get a lot easier.


5/26/2016 | Rox rip trio of 2-run homers to down Red Sox

The Rockies hit three two-run homers Thursday night off of the slumping Clay Buchholz, fueling an 8-2 victory over the Red Sox to win the finale of a three-game series at Fenway Park.


5/26/2016 | Final impressions shaking up Draft in latest mock

Right now, scouts are able to see first-round candidates in high-pressure situations. High schoolers who are still playing are in the playoffs and college players are currently in conference tournaments. Seeing how these players perform "under the lights" can have a huge impact.


5/26/2016 | Bradley's hitting streak ends at 29 games

Jackie Bradley Jr.'s 29-game hitting streak came to an end on Thursday night at Fenway Park as the Red Sox lost, 8-2, to the Rockies. Bradley was on deck in the ninth when the game ended.


5/26/2016 | Lindor spends off-day helping kids learn the game

Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor put on a youth skills clinic for approximately 40 members of the Cleveland Baseball Federation during the Tribe's off-day on Thursday.


5/26/2016 | Harper busts homer slump with monster shot

Call it the Big Bang Theory. Everybody knew Bryce Harper's home run drought wouldn't last much longer, and it ended with quite a bang during Thursday's 2-1 victory over the Cardinals.


5/26/2016 | Boggs emotional as No. 26 retired at Fenway

During his Hall of Fame career, Wade Boggs belted 1,173 of his 3,010 hits at Fenway Park. But when the red covering was removed from the right-field façade on Thursday evening and No. 26 became visible with the other retired numbers, Boggs felt like he witnessed the final hit of his baseball life.


5/26/2016 | A-Rod happy to be back despite hitless return

The first results from Alex Rodriguez's return to the designated-hitter slot did not wow anyone, but as the Yankees slugger continues to work on his timing, he is happy to be getting those reps at the big league level.


5/26/2016 | Weather postpones Royals opener vs. Chicago

The Royals' game vs. the White Sox on Thursday night was postponed because of a threat of severe weather in the area.


5/26/2016 | 5 reasons Mariners are at top of AL West

Two months into the season, the Mariners have emerged as one of baseball's biggest surprises. At 28-18, they sit atop the American League West and own the second-best record in the league, a half-game behind the Red Sox.


5/26/2016 | Braves make tough decision to option Kelly

After the Braves burned through the bullpen through the first nine innings of Wednesday's 13-inning loss to the Brewers, Casey Kelly accepted the task of pitching the final four innings. Unfortunately for Kelly, this unexpected development provided the Braves no other choice but to option him back to Triple-A Gwinnett before Thursday's series finale against Milwaukee.


5/26/2016 | Happ outduels CC as Blue Jays edge Yanks

Edwin Encarnacion drove in a pair of runs with a third-inning single, which proved to be sufficient for J.A. Happ, whose sterling effort helped lift the Blue Jays to a 3-1 victory over the Yankees on Thursday at Yankee Stadium.


5/26/2016 | Braves' Olivera suspended through Aug. 1

Braves outfielder Hector Olivera was suspended 82 games without pay for violating Major League Baseball's Joint Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Policy. Olivera's 82-game suspension retroactively dates back to April 30 and runs through Aug. 1. The 31-year-old outfielder opted to not file an appeal.


5/26/2016 | 'We Are Baseball' tour takes Hall of Fame on road

Rob Manfred became the first Major League Baseball Rob Manfred became the first Major League Baseball Commissioner to appear at the iconic "Field of Dreams" movie site in Dyersville, Iowa, announcing details on Thursday for a multiyear Baseball Hall of Fame Tour that will come to hundreds of North American cities starting this summer, and will be known as "We Are Baseball."


5/26/2016 | Moustakas has torn ACL, out for season

The chemistry and close bonding inside the Royals clubhouse will be tested now after the news that Mike Moustakas has a torn ACL in his right knee. Moustakas was put on the 15-day disabled list with the season-ending injury.


5/26/2016 | Teixeira has cortisone shot, targeting Sunday

The Yankees expect Mark Teixeira to miss at least three games after the first baseman received another cortisone shot intended to calm the neck spasms that have been affecting his play this month.


5/26/2016 | Bautista files appeal of one-game suspension

Jose Bautista went through his appeals process on Thursday morning for the one-game suspension he received from Major League Baseball, but the Blue Jays do not know when an official ruling will be made.


5/26/2016 | MLB satisfied with Padres' response to chorus mishap

Major League Baseball completed its investigation into the Padres' handling of the national anthem Saturday night at Petco Park, concluding "that Saturday's regrettable situation was a product of human error."


5/26/2016 | Sizzling Jose wins 6th straight as Marlins top Rays

Jose Fernandez's struggles in the ballpark he came to as a high schooler are a thing of the past. Fernandez struck out 12 batters and allowed only one run in Miami's 9-1 win over Tampa Bay on Thursday afternoon at Tropicana Field.


5/26/2016 | Vogelsong returns to PNC Park to visit Bucs

Four days after he was hospitalized with multiple facial fractures, Ryan Vogelsong returned to PNC Park. Vogelsong visited with teammates in the Pirates' clubhouse before watching their game against the D-backs on Thursday afternoon in a suite alongside his wife, Nicole.


5/26/2016 | 10 starters who debuted before turning 20

Julio Urias, born on Aug. 12, 1996, will toe a Major League rubber at just 19 years, 289 days old. He will be the 59th starting pitcher since 1913 to make his big league debut before his 20th birthday. Here are some of the notable names Urias will be joining.


5/26/2016 | Maybin changes approach to fit Tigers' game plan

Cameron Maybin doesn't only hit singles, but it reflects his mentality on making contact. It's not what Tigers officials expected when they drafted him a decade ago. It's what they need him to be now.




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