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Jacob deGrom Ties MLB Record With 8 Straight Ks To Open Game

Rookie of the Year candidate Jacob deGrom made it into the baseball history books when he opened a game against the Miami Marlins with eight consecutive strikeouts, tying an MLB record and setting a new Mets franchise record.


Chris Davis, Who Got All Mad Last Year When People Thought He Was On PEDs, Gets Suspended For Amphetamine Use

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Oh, look, another baseball player who’s full of shit.

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Giancarlo Stanton Takes Pitch To The Face, Leaves In Ambulance

Tonight the Marlins’ Giancarlo Stanton was hit in the face by a pitch from the Brewers’ Mike Fiers. If you’re squeamish, don’t watch (although if the headline didn’t keep you from clicking…):


Mets Owner Jeff Wilpon Allegedly Fired An Ivy League-Educated Employee For Being Pregnant Out Of Wedlock

A high-ranking female exec gets canned after Wilpon made it known he did not like that she had a baby living inside of her without a union blessed by Glorkax, space overlord and god of the universe.


Andrew Susac Got His First Big League Hit On May 22 — Despite Not Being Called Up Until September

andrew susacWe interrupt this opening day for the NFL season to bring you a statistical anomaly from the MLB. The kind that I live for.


Alex Wood, Upton Bros., Travis d’Arnaud: Fantasy Baseball Present and Future

justin uptonIt is no surprise that Atlanta Braves slugger Justin Upton has provided Fantasy owners with plenty of production. Upton has performed like a number one outfielder, but he especially heated up in the month of August.

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THIS IS A THING: Boston Red Sox Hepatitis C Home Run Celebration

The sox bench has come up with the single worst home run call in baseball history.

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Cubs Rookie Blasts Soler Flare Over CF In First At-Bat, Just Like Teammate Baez

Jorge Soler Blasts a Home Run in First At-BatWhen the season began, there was no hope for Theo Epsteinā€™s Chicago Cubs and the 2014 postseason. But due to some magical rookies, the Wrigley faithful have some reasons to rejoice!

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