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Dodgers' Stripling pulled from game while throwing no-hitter

Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP Dodgers rookie pitcher Ross Stripling carries a no-hitter into the eighth inning but is pulled after 100 pitches. The Giants tie the game off of L.A.’s bullpen. SAN FRANCISCO — It went from no-no to oh, no! ...

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Jacob deGrom leaves Mets' win early with tight back

It was not a baby, but a side issue that had Jacob deGrom out of the game Friday. The righthander made an early exit from the Mets’ win over the Phillies in their Citi Field opener. Terry Collins said that ...

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Teixeira's big home run powers Yankees past Astros

Mark Teixeira was shaping up as an MVP candidate last year for the Yankees before a fracture suffered while fouling a ball off his right shin ended his season on Aug. 17, weakening the team’s lineup in September and for ...

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Astros' Collin McHugh and the worst pitching starts

Kathy Willens/AP Houston Astros pitcher Collin McHugh is looking at a 135 ERA to start the season after his implosion against the Yankees. Can Collin McHugh buy a decimal point? The Houston Astros starter will be staring down a 135 ...

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Feinsand: Carlos Correa may be best player in the majors

Anthony Gruppuso/USA Today Sports One scout said Carlos Correa has talent like A-Rod and the makeup of Derek Jeter. For the past few years, the Mike Trout vs. Bryce Harper debate has raged on. Which of the talented youngsters is ...

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Deadline looms for Mets: They need to pick walk-up songs

Drew Hallowell/Getty Images David Wright asks friends and family for music recommendations. KANSAS CITY — David Wright was taking suggestions up until Wednesday morning. Travis d’Arnaud was facing crunch time, having just narrowed it down to four artists. Jerry Blevins ...

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Indians fan apologizes for wearing redface in 2014

This year, Pedro Rodriguez appeared not with a headdress and an argument, but a pair of wraparound sunglasses and an apology. In the same air brushed sweatshirt that he wore when he confronted protesters outside the ironically named Progressive Field ...

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Harper: Mets' Noah Syndergaard shows off scary slider

KANSAS CITY _ On the elevator after the game, headed out of the stadium, Keith Hernandez raised his eyebrows at the mention of Noah Syndergaard’s brilliance on Tuesday afternoon. “Some of those sliders,” he said, accentuating the last word for ...

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Yankees' Betances throws away opener with 8th-inning blunder

Corey Sipkin/New York Daily News Joe Girardi argues that Astros shortstop Carlos Correa was outside base path after Dellin Betances’ throw over to first base sails over Mark Teixeira’s head allowing go-ahead run to score. It didn’t take long for ...

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Opening Day: Yankees vs. Astros

[unable to retrieve full-text content] After the original Opening Day was rained out, the Yankees kicked off their 2016 season on April 5, 2016 against the Houston Astros. Baseball – NY Daily News

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