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Pitch count halts Pineda's record chase

Michael Pineda had a chance to make history Sunday, but the pitch count police did him in. Rather than rant on like an old man about how pitchers are being babied to death these days, let me just say quickly what they can do with pitch counts. 1,012 more words

The Big Unit

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The Baseball Hall of Fame class of 2015 features three amazing pitchers: John Smoltz, the fan favorite in Atlanta who shined in the postseason, … 443 more words

Giants Sweep!

The San Francisco Giants, after a much needed day off on Monday, were reenergized during the past three days.  With the N.L. West Champion Los Angeles Dodgers coming into AT&T Park, it was either staying close in the division or falling further back into the cellar. 187 more words

Yanks get healthy on the road as Tiger tamers

That the Yankees seem to have righted themselves could not have come at a better time. The Mets, the hottest team in the major leagues with an 11-game winning streak, a 10-0 home record and an overall best mark of 13-3, come to Yankee Stadium Friday night for the first round of the 2015 Subway Series. 535 more words

Clayton Kershaw gets 1st win as Dodgers beat Rockies 7-3

It took Clayton Kershaw three starts to get his first victory and he still is trying to find his groove after putting together one of the greatest seasons any pitcher ever had. 892 more words


Kershaw gives up 10 hits as Dodgers lose to D-backs 6-0

Clayton Kershaw pitched like the kid and Archie Bradley like the veteran star.

The NL MVP was outmatched by the 22-year-old making his big league debut for the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday night. 680 more words


Kershaw, Dodgers face ex-teammate Kemp and Padres in opener

Clayton Kershaw has some homework to do before his opening-day start for the Los Angeles Dodgers. The reigning NL MVP and Cy Young Award winner needs to figure out how to get ex-teammate Matt Kemp out. 651 more words