While owners and players keep digging in their heels and the threat remains that the 2020 season is going to be buried, I wonder about ...
by: Steve Melewski — MASN 1 Jun
It produced an abrupt and loud ending. Bat connected with ball and the contact was very loud. Moments later, the crowd would be very loud, ...
by: Roch Kubatko — MASN 31 May
The weekend was supposed to conclude another month of baseball, most likely leaving the Orioles at the bottom of the division standings, but we’ll never ...
by: Tim Dierkes — MLB Trade Rumors 28 May
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Ten years later, Roy Halladay’s perfect game lives on with the Phillies, Marlins, and so many others who were there
by: Scott Lauber — The Philadelphia Inquirer 26 May
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Phillies keeping Florida facility closed for now, ‘most likely’ would hold second spring training in Philly
by: Scott Lauber — The Philadelphia Inquirer 23 May
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by: T.R. Sullivan — MLB: Rangers 22 May
Josh Hamilton hit four home runs and the 2011 Rangers' strong pitching staff carried them to a five-game victory over the '18 Red Sox in the first round of the MLB Dream Bracket 2 tournament. The Rangers advance to the Round of 32 and will face the...
by: Tom Ruminski — The Score 19 May
With the 2020 season on pause, theScore's MLB editors graded each team's front office by the moves made since Nov. 1, 2017. For executives hired following that date, only the moves after taking over were graded. Only the most notable transactions...
by: Doug Miller — MASN 14 May
If you can get up at (or stay up until) 4 a.m., you can now watch live baseball. It’s on the tube at that hour ...
by: Scott Lauber — The Philadelphia Inquirer 12 May
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by: Scott Lauber — The Philadelphia Inquirer 11 May
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by: Scott Lauber — The Philadelphia Inquirer 8 May
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