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  1. Domestic violence trends 'frustrating' for fellow athletes
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    Domestic violence trends 'frustrating' for fellow athletes

  2. Kinsler's two-run blast
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    Kinsler's two-run blast

  3. Royals tie game, walk-off in 9th
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    Royals tie game, walk-off in 9th

  4. deGrom fans eight to start
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    deGrom fans eight to start

  5. C.J. Wilson on amphetamines, MLB drug testing
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    C.J. Wilson on amphetamines, MLB drug testing

  6. Johnson's walk-off double
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    Johnson's walk-off double

  7. Papelbon ejected after 9th
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    Papelbon ejected after 9th

  8. Nava's grand slam
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    Nava's grand slam

  9. C.J. Wilson on Angels' remarkable turnaround
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    C.J. Wilson on Angels' remarkable turnaround

  10. Harrison starts triple play
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    Harrison starts triple play

  • Ump Joe West grabs Papelbon's jersey after ejecting Pap for grabbing self

    Did closer Jonathan Papelbon grab himself in the ninth inning Sunday afternoon in order make an obscene gesture toward booing Philadelphia Phillies fans, or was he merely adjusting his jockstrap and/or protective cup, as ballplayers do, because his equipment had gotten out of alignment? Is Major…

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  • Report: Red Sox heavily scouting free-agent-to-be Kenta Maeda

    The upcoming free agent market figures to be a good one in terms of frontline starting pitching, what with Max Scherzer, Jon Lester and James Shields slated to be on it. There's also Japanese right-hander Kenta Maeda, who's expected to be posted at some point in November. On that front, you should…

    CBS Sports
    Tue, Sep 16
    4:05 PM PDT
    Boston at Pittsburgh
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  • Source: Giants '99 percent' on Triple-A move to Sacramento

    PHOENIX The annual minor league affiliation shuffle should leave Giants fans in the Sacramento area very pleased with the final results. According to a club source, Giants officials are 99 percent certain to reach a deal to move their Triple-A affiliation to the Sacramento RiverCats and end a…

    Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
  • Derek Jeter got a bucket of crabs and a captain’s hat from the Orioles

    A bucket of crabs, presented by Boog Powell; The crabs are definitely of a place, the hat is symbolic and small — easily displayed in Chez Jeter — and the charitable donation is obviously for a good cause.

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  • Let the “Michael Young for Rangers manager” stumping begin

    As soon as Ron Washington stepped down I thought “it’s only a matter of time until someone says Michael Young should be the next Rangers manager.” Out of respect for Wash, I assume, they gave it a week. Now Richard Justice begins the stumping: Young knows that the game is not easy, and because he…

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  • Final 6 Dodgers games to be seen in all of LA

    The last six regular-season Los Angeles Dodgers games will be televised on an independent station that will allow all local fans of the team to watch after they have been shut out for most of the year. Time Warner Cable said Monday that it has reached a deal with KDOC, which is carried by every…

    The Associated Press
  • Qualls available to Astros if needed

    If the opportunity presents itself, Tom Lawless said Chad Qualls could be used tonight, if needed by the Houston Astros. The Astros' closer hasn't pitched since September 6 due to an injury to his right hip. "I think he's feeling a lot better," Lawless said.

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    Tue, Sep 16
    5:10 PM PDT
    Cleveland at Houston
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    C.J. Wilson on amphetamines, MLB drug testing

    C.J. Wilson on amphetamines, MLB drug testingThe Los Angeles Angels pitcher on to why he doesn't think it's a problem about Major League Baseball and why most players around the league support drug testing. Yahoo Sports Minute is presented by Ford.I'm

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  • Paul Konerko wants to return this weekend in some capacity

    White Sox first baseman Paul Konerko has insisted that he’ll return from a fractured bone in his left hand to play again before his scheduled retirement, even if it means doing so at less than 100 percent. Konerko hasn’t actually taken any swings against live pitching yet, however, so it’s possible…

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  • Jacob deGrom strikes out 8 straight to begin game, strengthens Rookie of the Year resume

    Jacob deGrom continued his storybook season Monday night, beginning his start against the Marlins with eight straight strikeouts to tie MLB's modern-era record. New York Mets starter Jacob deGrom further padded his National League Rookie of the Year resume against the Marlins on Monday night. The…

    SB Nation
    Tue, Sep 16
    4:10 PM PDT
    Miami at NY Mets
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  • The most important six games of the Brewers season

    The next six games will be the most important yet in 2014. A successful road trip can put the Brewers in the driver's seat for a playoff spot. It's why a 21-7 start still has the Brewers in the playoff race despite a less-than-stellar showing since that point.

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  • No surprise: Cubs name Kris Bryant minor league player of the year

    No surprise: Cubs name Kris Bryant minor league player of the yearIn maybe the least surprising news of the month, the Cubs named Kris Bryant the organization's minor league player of the year and Jen-Ho Tseng the minor league pitcher of the year.Bryant

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  • Cardinals manager can relate to Stanton incident

    It should come as no surprise that Mike Matheny is a leading proponent of player safety, from the big leagues all the way down to T-ball. Just like Giancarlo Stanton, the St. Louis Cardinals manager was struck in the face by a pitch and felt lucky to walk away minus only teeth and blood. ''I was…

    The Associated Press
    Tue, Sep 16
    5:15 PM PDT
    Milwaukee at St. Louis
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  • Papelbon suspended 7 games by MLB

    Philadelphia Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon was suspended seven games and fined Monday night by Major League Baseball for making a lewd gesture and then bumping an umpire. Papelbon said in a statement distributed by his agent that he would immediately begin serving the suspension, and that he…

    The Associated Press
  • D-backs recall Nick Ahmed and Andrew Chafin from Triple-A Reno; select Bobby Wilson from Reno

    D-backs recall Nick Ahmed and Andrew Chafin from Triple-A Reno; select Bobby Wilson from Reno The Arizona Diamondbacks recalled infielder Nick Ahmed and left-handed pitcher Andrew Chafin from Triple-A Reno, and selected the contract of catcher Bobby

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  • Vic Black likely done for the season with strained rotator cuff

    Mets reliever Vic Black has been shut down with a shoulder injury just one week after returning from a disabled list stint for a herniated disk in his back. Adam Rubin of ESPN New York reports that Black has been diagnosed with a strained rotator cuff, which seems likely to sideline him for the…

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  • Dodgers pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu gets injection

    Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu received a cortisone injection in his left shoulder on Monday and won't throw for at least four days. The team said that Ryu had an MRI with dye, which showed no changes from his previous MRI that was done in May. Ryu left his start on Friday after one…

    The Associated Press