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  • Marlins nip Nationals 2-1 in 10 with late heroics

    Marlins nip Nationals 2-1 in 10 with late heroics
    The one thing Giancarlo Stanton knew for sure was Rafael Soriano was not going to throw a strike. Ahead in the count 1-2, Soriano threw a chase pitch. Stanton chased it and crushed it. With the Marlins down a run in the ninth Saturday, Stanton...
  • Royals snap skid, top Nationals

    Royals snap skid, top Nationals
    Salvador Perez homered early, then drove in the tiebreaking run in the eighth and the Kansas City Royals ended their seven-game losing streak on Sunday, rebounding for a 6-4 victory after blowing a 4-0 lead against Washington. With two out and a runner...
  • Nationals rally to beat Royals

    Nationals rally to beat Royals
    Jayson Werth hit a two-run homer, Bryce Harper drove in three runs and the Washington Nationals rallied from a six-run hole before holding off the Kansas City Royals for an 11-10 victory Friday night.     Harper also made a terrific catch in the ninth...
  • Phil Rogers' MLB power rankings

     Phil Rogers' MLB power rankings
    1. Cardinals (1 last ranking): They might not be the best team but they're the toughest one, with the playoff wars in 2011 and '12 behind them. Key second-half guy: David Freese. 2. Tigers (2): Miguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder have stored up a lot of...
  • Watch Bryce Harper run face-first into wall against Dodgers

    Watch Bryce Harper run face-first into wall against Dodgers
    Bryce Harper of the Washington Nationals really left an impression during the Nationals' 6-2 victory over the Dodgers on Monday. Unfortunately, the impression he left was on the outfield fence. Harper was chasing a drive by A.J. Ellis when he ran face...
  • By The Numbers, Mets Have A Gem In Harvey

    By The Numbers, Mets Have A Gem In Harvey
    He isn't the kid from Mystic anymore. He is a New York event. He isn't the fresh-faced Fitch High kid in his T-shirt fishing at Watch Hill, not anymore. His face is on T-shirts nowadays, hawked all around Citi Field, the face of hope for the Mets...
  • Some of it just came down to money

     
    If you still have your fingers crossed that the Phillies are going to make a big move before the club converges in Clearwater on Feb. 12, don’t count on it. “We had a lot more holes to fill and a......
  • It's fight to finish (last)

    It's fight to finish (last)
    It's too early to say who will be the first player taken in the 2013 draft — could be University of Florida pitcher Karsten Whitson or another advanced college prospect or a high school stud like Austin Meadows, an outfielder from Georgia, or...
  • Royals drop series to Twins

    Royals drop series to Twins
    Trevor Plouffe homered twice, Josh Willingham and Drew Butera had one each and the Minnesota Twins came back from four runs down to take a big lead, then held on to beat the Kansas City Royals 10-8 Sunday. With one run already across in the sixth,...
  • Jeter's ankle could leave Yankees in shackles

    Jeter's ankle could leave Yankees in shackles
    For 17 seasons, Derek Jeter has been the best reason to keep believing in baseball. His throwback approach has yielded daily excellence in the middle of the Yankees infield. He has kept life simple off the field, and that never seems to be a bad idea....
  • Competition awaits as Phillies head south

    Competition awaits as Phillies head south
    The luxuries the Philadelphia Phillies have been afforded during their most recent spring trainings are no more. With their aging roster, with the injuries that afflicted three of their star players a season ago and with all the question marks in the...
  • Spring training: AL Central preview

     Spring training: AL Central preview
    Never underestimate Mike Ilitch's appetite for a championship. While the Tigers loved what they got from Anibal Sanchez a year ago, they didn't have $80 million budgeted to keep him off the free-agent market. But that's what Dave Dombrowski persuaded...