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  1. Costas' first...and second pitch
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    Costas' first...and second pitch

  2. Grounds crew battles tarp
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    Grounds crew battles tarp

  3. Porcello completes shutout
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    Porcello completes shutout

  4. Rendon's walk-off single
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    Rendon's walk-off single

  5. Calhoun's amazing grab
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    Calhoun's amazing grab

  6. Utley's bat-throwing RBI single
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    Utley's bat-throwing RBI single

  7. Richards' injury
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    Richards' injury

  8. Hit that ties Wagner ruled error
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    Hit that ties Wagner ruled error

  9. Harrelson accepts ALS challenge
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    Harrelson accepts ALS challenge

  10. Marte gets two bases on error
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    Marte gets two bases on error

  • Yasiel Puig slams helmet, catches helmet, is not human

    It is difficult to imagine being Yasiel Puig. There is all that, but then there is also the baffling reality of being Yasiel Puig, thrower of baseballs and launcher of home runs and vex-er of crustoid sportswriters. Watch it again, and then imagine doing what Yasiel Puig does in that GIF.

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  • The 10 most underrated players in baseball, part one

    Here's the first half of a list of the most underrated players in MLB. Is it the perennial All-Star who never wins the MVP, like Robinson Cano? Is it Clayton Kershaw because there was a period of two straight days last week where you weren't paying attention to him?

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  • Rewind: Giants plan to protest bizarre loss at Wrigley

    CHICAGO The Cubs were willing to suspend Tuesday nights game and resume at a later date. The Giants, thirsty for victories, wanted nothing more than that. The Giants expected to file a protest, knowing their only hope was a narrow one: Commissioner Bud Selig invoking the rarely used best interests…

    Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
    Thu, Aug 21
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    San Francisco at Chi Cubs
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    Thu, Aug 21
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    Cleveland at Minnesota
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  • Review: Video blackouts impede baseball online

    Major League Baseball shows what can be done right when it comes to making its games available on the Internet. As a result, fans who pay $20 or more a month for baseball's online video package, MLB.TV, are blocked from games involving hometown teams. Until that changes - and that might come soon -…

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    Bryn Mawr woman blazed trail for girls in Little League

    Joanne Glusman was one of the first girls in the Philadelphia area to play little League baseball, but she was also one of the first to have her dreams dashed.

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  • Why Wrigley Field Is Suddenly So Empty

    The Ricketts family, who bought the Chicago Cubs five years ago, has returned focus to the notion that the Cubs need to win. But is that hurting attendance?

    The Wall Street Journal
  • Are Nationals finally playing to full potential? (VIDEO)

    The Nationals have won nine-straight games on stellar performances by stars like Stephen Strasburg, Bryce Harper and Ian Desmond.Are they playing to their potential or capable of even more?

    Comcast SportsNet Mid Atlantic
  • Edwin Jackson knows Cubs could make changes soon

    The boos for Edwin Jackson started in the first inning on Wednesday night at Wrigley Field, Cubs fans getting that here-we-go-again-feeling with the $52 million pitcher. Manager Rick Renteria didnt make any major announcements after an 8-3 loss to the San Francisco Giants that had zero suspense.

    Comcast SportsNet Chicago
  • Sammy Sosa in exile while Manny Ramirez rewrites Cubs Way

    While Manny Ramirez rewrites The Cubs Way, Sammy Sosa has been pretty much scrubbed from franchise history. Sosa remains in exile during Wrigley Fields 100th anniversary season, because he doesnt really have friends in high places or behind the scenes, and he hasnt followed Major League Baseballs…

    Comcast SportsNet Chicago
  • Nats' McLouth to have shoulder surgery, out for season

    The 2014 season for Nate McLouth is now over, as the Nationals outfielder is set for surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder on Thursday. "Nate's going to have surgery Thursday, he's got a torn labrum," manager Matt Williams said.

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    Thu, Aug 21
    1:05 PM PDT
    Arizona at Washington
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  • Buck Showalter talks up humble Nick Markakis

    Buck Showalter said he watched a replay or two of Nick Markakis marvelous catch of Conor Gillaspies long drive to right field on Monday night. I like to watch stuff like that kind of privately, and then take it in, and then move on, Showalter said. Showalter loves talking about Markakis even if the…

    Comcast SportsNet Mid Atlantic
  • Frustrated Giants manager Bruce Bochy walks out on reporters

    It was a night to remember at Wrigley Field. In the opener of a three-game series on Tuesday night, the Cubs and San Francisco Giants went about their business for 4 1/2 innings until everything went amiss. Some light rain touched down on the Wrigleyville area in the top of the fifth inning with…

    Comcast SportsNet Chicago
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  • Span tabs Nats teammate & rival to do ice bucket challenge

    On Tuesday, we at CSN had video of Nationals stars Doug Fister, Adam LaRoche and Ian Desmond completing the ice bucket challenge for ALS.Now one of their teammates had joined the good cause and sent his own challenge across the clubhouse.

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  • Yoenis Cespedes to Oakland A’s: 'I hope you win it all'

    Yoenis Cespedes admitted he was quite emotional when he found out he was being traded from the A's to the Red Sox, but had a powerful message for his former team. Jane Lee of caught up with the former Oakland Athletic. Cespedes said he almost cried when he found out he was leaving Oakland…

    Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
  • More people were at the Little League World Series than the Phillies game

    A team from Pennsylvania and a girl that's captured the nation's attention led to 13-year-olds getting a bigger home crowd than the MLB team. Mo'ne Davis and the Taney Dragons from Philadelphia are in the Little League World Series, earning enough attention for their play to get her on the cover of…

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  • Staying Connected is No Longer an Option

    It is a requirement. Keep a strong cell signal in your office, warehouse, or other commercial building. Don't loose business because of a poor signal.

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  • Blue Jays' official Twitter account thinks they're the Rangers

    Mistakes happen, but we're mostly surprised every team doesn't have their own social media people. Running multiple official MLB team accounts is hard work. Ask whoever runs the Blue Jays' Twitter, because they also run that of the Texas Rangers.

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