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Monthly Archives: March 2018

Pillar pulls off straight steal of home

TORONTO — Kevin Pillar took the idea of manufacturing runs to an entirely new level on Saturday evening by stealing home against Yankees right-hander <span class="token token-playerCard" id="to… MLB News Index

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Nationals, Major League Baseball on the clock as season begins

For decades, baseball has been that most defiantly pastoral of modern sports, a game set outside the constraints of time, unbound by the seconds, minutes and hours ticking by. This season, Major League Baseball is on the clock — and so are the Washington Nationals, if you believe the buzz surrounding the capital’s perpetual postseason underachievers. Nationals ace Max Scherzer ...

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Eaton homers, has 5-hit day in Nats' win

CINCINNATI — The biggest addition for the Nationals this season might be the return of a player who was already on their roster. In just his second game back from a torn ACL, Adam Eaton erupted… MLB News Index

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Wizards clinch playoff berth with win over Hornets

See you in the NBA playoffs, Washington. For the fourth time in the last five years, the Wizards will be one of eight Eastern Conference teams competing in the postseason, having clinched a berth Saturday afternoon with a 1… NBA | theScore

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Indians' Salazar out another month with shoulder issue

The Cleveland Indians placed starting pitcher Danny Salazar on the 10-day disabled list to open the season as he recovers from rotator cuff inflammation. His absence is going to last longer than the minimum 10 days, however. <p… MLB | theScore

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Ichi-robbery: 44-year-old takes away HR in LF

Ichi-robbery: 44-year-old takes away HR in LF Mariners legend records first hit since returning to Seattle SEATTLE — Ichiro Suzuki climbed into the wayback machine — and up over the left-field fence at Safeco Field — to rob <span class="… MLB News Index

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