Mike Magnante

#52RP,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 212
Bat: L
Throw: L
Born:
College: UCLA
Birth Place: Glendale, California
Draft: 1988 11th round by the
  • ABC News

    Yasiel Puig's suspension for obscene gesture rescinded

    Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig's one-game suspension for an obscene gesture has been rescinded, and he will instead make a charitable donation, according to multiple reports. Puig flashed his middle finger on both hands at Indians fans sitting behind home plate after he hit a home run two weeks ago at Progressive Field. Joe Torre, MLB's head of discipline, announced the suspension the next day, and Puig immediately appealed. Puig said the fans heckled him when he was in the on-deck circle, but he acknowledged after the game that he had "stooped" to their level. "It's something that came out," Puig said. "There's really nothing I can do at this point." Puig sat out Tuesday night's

  • Maeda dominates in spot start, Dodgers beat Angels 4-0
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    Maeda dominates in spot start, Dodgers beat Angels 4-0

    Kenta Maeda pitched four-hit ball over seven innings in a spot start, Joc Pederson hit a three-run homer and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Angels 4-0 on Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium. Maeda (6-3) was moved to the bullpen earlier this month, but filled in Tuesday to give the rotation an extra day of rest. He dominated the Dodgers' crosstown rival, striking out six with no walks on 92 pitches. His ERA dropped to 4.15. Angels starter Jesse Chavez (5-8) was pulled in the sixth after working into a jam, and Cody Bellinger greeted reliever Jose Alvarez with an RBI single. Bellinger leads the Dodgers with 56 RBIs. Pederson hit his seventh home run two batters later. The Dodgers, who ended a 10-game

  • Here are the final All-Star voting results before the close of balloting
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    Here are the final All-Star voting results before the close of balloting

    All-Star voting ends this Thursday night, just before midnight eastern time. The All-Star teams — at least how they’ll appear before the dozen or two substitutions we’ll get before the game — will be unveiled on Sunday at 7pm on ESPN, just before Sunday Night Baseball. Which means you still have time to alter these standings, which now stand as the final update before things are set in, well, not stone, but at least some Play-Doh which has been left out of the can too long and is kinda hard to mess with. NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE