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Josh Donaldson is #BringerofPain after bat hits umpire in head

Home plate umpire Chris Segal is remaining in the game after getting hit in the head by Josh Donaldson’s bat in a game between the Blue Jays and Red Sox. Donaldson was the third batter in the game Monday night at Fenway Park. He took a swing at a pitch from Red Sox starter Eduardo Rodriguez and lost the handle ...

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Denver Outlaws look like MLL championship front-runner entering home stretch

David Dahl‘s return from an eccentric rib injury might tick away his clock this season. The Rockies outfielder finally returned to a baseball field last week and in four minor-league starts he has six hits. His opening in the majors, though, is closing. “He didn’t have spring training. This fella has to get at-bats,” Colorado manager Bud Black said Monday ...

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Astros held funeral for Beltran's outfield glove and it got weird

It’s been just over two months since Carlos Beltran last played a game in the field, and the Houston Astros took notice by holding a funeral for the 40-year-old’s long-unused glove Monday. And, proving that this was no impromptu ceremony, Beltran’s teammates pulled out all the stops: <figure class="article-segment–embed" readability="19.2… MLB | theScore

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Alleged MS-13 gang members charged in New York massacre

MINEOLA, N.Y. — Three alleged members of the MS-13 street gang have been charged in the murders of four young men found hacked to death in a New York park in April, according to an indictment that was quietly unsealed Monday. The three suspects were arraigned Thursday in U.S. District Court on Long Island, according to the attorney for one ...

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Ankle surgery to sideline Yankees' Bird another 6 weeks

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A 125-win pace? Los Angeles Dodgers believe surge is sustainable.

[embedded content] NEW YORK — Nearly 40 friends and family members came to Citi Field to watch the Rockies’ Jeff Hoffman pitch Sunday against the Mets. The rookie right-hander was very much aware of the fan club that traveled three hours from Latham, N.Y., to see him pitch. “I actually had more jitters this time than I’ve ever had,” Hoffman said, ...

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