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St. Louis Cardinals: Onfield Luck Runs Out

The St. Louis Cardinals saw their run of good luck on the field come to an end on Sunday. The Milwaukee Brewers took advantage of two innings where they scored three runs apiece, and that was enough to deal the ...

Howard Tomahawk Chops the Braves

The Phillies and Braves came out swinging the bats, combining for 5 runs in the first inning, including another blast off the bat of Ryan Howard. The game settled down thereafter, with the Phils tacking on a couple extra over ...

Yankees’ News: Mark Teixeira And The Long Ball

Remember when the New York Yankees‘ first baseman Mark Teixeira came into Spring Training saying he is in the best shape he has been in for a long time? Remember when he said he was capable of 30 home runs ...

All eyes on Nolasco

The Twins take on the Mariners in a couple of hours here at Safeco Field in a deciding game three, but Minnesota's attention will be diverted towards Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where rehabilitating pitcher Ricky Nolasco will be making his first ...

Yankees News: Yankees to Stiff Alex Rodriguez

Alex Rodriguez is not out of the woods yet in regards to legal battles. As he climbs his way out of the self-constructed abyss of a one-year suspension for PED abuse, another battle looms. Back in 2007, A-Rod and the ...

The Cardinals are Good But the Schedule Makers Helped

  There is no doubt that with the start of the 201 […] The post The Cardinals are Good But the Schedule Makers Helped appeared first on Cardinals GM.

Yankees Editorials: No dugout plans for Alex Rodriguez’s 660; should there be?

As we near the end of April, #660 is coming for Alex Rodriguez.  Entering the season, many ridiculously doubted that he could reach the mark, and declared him done.  Now anyone who has paid attention to baseball this season realizes ...

Yankees News: Jacoby Ellsbury Injured in Loss to Mets

New York Yankees starting center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury was removed from Saturday’s 8-2 loss to the New York Mets in the eight-inning because he was experiencing some sort of tightness in his right hip. According to Jamal Collier of MLB.com, ...

Wainwright to have MRI; report discouraging

Adam Wainwright suffered what the Cardinals are right now labeling a left ankle injury when he broke from the batter's box after hitting a fifth-inning popup. Limping around in a walking boot afterward, Wainwright confirmed that the injury is in ...

St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright out for season?

St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright could be out for the season after suffering a potential season-ending injury against the Milwaukee Brewers. What we know about Wainwright’s injury is that he was dismissive of Cardinals manager Mike Matheny‘s help when ...

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