Odorizzi, Brantley Placed On Injured List

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Houston Astros pitcher Jake Odorizzi and outfielder Michael Brantley have both been placed on the 10-day Injured List. Odorizzi is dealing with right foot soreness, while Brantley is battling right knee discomfort. Both players are hoping to get fully healthy before postseason time. Odorizzi’s Injury Odorizzi got hurt covering first base in Houston’s game on […] READ MORE


Kershaw Makes Rehab Appearance in OKC

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Clayton Kershaw of the Los Angeles Dodgers threw in a rehab appearance for triple-A Oklahoma City Tuesday. The future Hall of Fame lefty gave up two earned runs on four hits in three innings. The two runs came on a home run by Albuquerque Isotopes catcher Brian Serven in the second inning. Kershaw gave up […] READ MORE


The Atlanta Braves Extend Charlie Morton

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The Atlanta Braves have announced a contract extension for veteran starter Charlie Morton. He has been signed to a one-year deal worth $20 million. He also has an option for next season that is valued at the same price. No buyout is associated with this extension. The 37-year-old right-hander has been especially valuable to the […] READ MORE


Williamsburg: A Boston Red Sox Fairy Tale

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In a land far, far away, or possibly right around the corner depending on where you live, was a magical place called Boston. And within the confines of Boston was the kingdom of Fenway Park, which was ruled by the Boston Red Sox. The Red Sox were a sports team that played a game called […] READ MORE


Breakdown of the Astros Remaining Schedule

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It may be hard to believe, but there is only one month remaining in the 2021 MLB regular season. The end of this long marathon is quickly approaching. The postseason picture is starting to become clearer and clearer every day. However, a lot can happen in one month, especially in Major League Baseball. The Houston […] READ MORE


Dodgers Sweep the Braves to Regain First Place

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The Los Angeles Dodgers flexed their bulging biceps all over the Atlanta Braves with a series sweep in the 2020 NLCS rematch. As the Dodgers are getting back to full strength, they are simultaneously getting hot. There is not a better time for this to happen than the first day of September. Furthermore, the former […] READ MORE


Mckinney Is Not Producing but Should Play

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Billy McKinney is using a roster spot on one of the best teams in baseball but he is not producing much of anything. It is obvious that the Los Angeles Dodgers see McKinney’s potential and are willing to give him a chance. McKinney has an opportunity to become an OPS machine due to his outstanding […] READ MORE


Diamondbacks will Evaluate Humberto Mejía

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The Arizona Diamondbacks will now evaluate Humberto Mejía. In what has been a disappointing and dreadful year for them, Manager Torey Lovullo and the coaches will evaluate their pitching prospects for the final month of the season in order to see what they have for 2022. Final Month When the Diamondbacks evaluate Mejía, they will look […] READ MORE


Scherzer and Trea, One Month Dodgers

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It has been one month since the Los Angeles Dodgers moved four players to the Washington Nationals to acquire both Max Scherzer and Trea Turner. The move shocked a lot of people in the baseball world. Not only would the Dodgers receive a future Hall of Fame starting pitcher, but an All-Star shortstop. But what […] READ MORE


Candlestick Park: A Farewell

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The San Francisco Giants moved from Candlestick Park in 2000. The 49ers played their last game there in 2013. And Paul McCartney, in a tip of the cap to the Beatles final show in 1966, played the last performance at the Stick in 2014. Candlestick has been gone now for nearly six years. A Great […] READ MORE