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Minor League Baseball top performances: April 16, 2015

As the MiLB season kicks into full gear, players are starting to get their in-season legs under them after a long spring. Let’s take a look at some notable performances from yesterday’s games. 426 more words


Dodgers claim pitcher Corcino from Reds

The Los Angeles Dodgers have claimed right-handed pitcher Daniel Corcino from Cincinnati and designated left-handed pitcher Ryan Dennick for assignment.

Corcino has a 45-52 record with a 4.13 ERA in 168 career minor league games in the Reds’ organization. 107 more words


Beating Victim Bryan Stow Throws Out First Pitch At Minor League Game Four Years Later

Bryan Stow throws out the ceremonial first pitch at the San Jose Giants home opener against Bakersfield Blaze at … http://t.co/uXDr7THAuu

— Josie Lepe (@JosieLepe) …

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MLB Power Rankings: Red Sox, Dodgers flying high

Here is a look at Major League Baseball with analysis from Nationals Insider Mark Zuckerman and Nationals writer Chase Hughes:


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The Dodgers love that Yasiel Puig flips his bat

The other day we (meaning I) were emotionally shattered to learn that Yasiel Puig is going to try not to flip his bat anymore. It’s been a struggle just to get out of bed in the morning since then and it’s hard to know if life will ever be the same. 149 more words

On This Day In Baseball History: April 17, 1956

The White Sox Luis Aparicio, the Dodgers Don Drysdale, and the Reds Frank Robinson all make their Major League debuts. It is the first time in history that three future Hall of Famers debut on the same day. 111 more words

On This Day In Baseball History

The Legend Of Chan Ho Park

Aww yes, Chan Ho Park. A baseball enigma. He has more Wins than any other Asian pitcher in MLB History. Signed by the Dodgers in 1994, played several years in their farm system (including Albuquerque Dukes)  where he had a pretty descent run. 737 more words