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Brewers' Thames keeps crushing Cincy pitching - Tue, 25 Apr 2017
With two more home runs Monday, Eric Thames has now hit seven homers against the Reds this season in five games.

Who was at fault in the Red Sox-Orioles weekend battles? - Mon, 24 Apr 2017
Who is wrong in the unnecessary feud between the Red Sox and Orioles over Manny Machado’s slide into Dustin Pedroia? If you’re going to apply the unwritten rules, then at least execute them properly. If a Sox pitcher had hit Machado in a meaty part of his body on Saturday-one day after he unintentionally injured Pedroia with a slide into second base, not two-Machado almost certainly would have accepted his fate.

Daniel Murphy strikes again vs. Mets with second career grand slam - Mon, 24 Apr 2017
Tonights game started off with a bang a grand slam by Murphy himself. Just like these boys in the tweet, we give a five to Murphy as it was also the second grand slam of his career, both hit while playing under the Nationals.

Twins GM Thad Levine has emotional trip back to Texas - Tue, 25 Apr 2017
Thad Levine's first road trip as general manager of the Minnesota Twins is an emotional experience. With the Twins in Texas for a three-game series, Levine is back where he spent the previous 11 seasons as an assistant general manager and helped put together two World Series teams. Levine became Minnesota's general manager after last season, following his time with the Rangers working with general manager Jon Daniels.

16. St. Louis Cardinals (910, minus-13, LT: 14) - Mon, 24 Apr 2017
Winning six out of seven against NL Central opponents over the past week cured a lot of early ills. Moreover, you know this talented offense isn’t going to be this horrific for long: Every member of the starting lineup except Jedd Gyorko is performing

Jorge Bonifacio is already boosting the Royals' offense - Sun, 23 Apr 2017
The Kansas City Royals were in a bit of an offensive rut heading into a Sunday matchup with the Texas Rangers. The Royals hadn’t scored more than three runs in 10 of their past 11 games. The Royals turned to their farm system, calling up outfield prospect Jorge Bonifacio on Friday, who at 23 years old was already somewhat of a stalwart in the minor leagues.

Kaval: A's considering future move into Raiders' locker room - Mon, 24 Apr 2017
OAKLAND — The Raiders are likely to play at the Coliseum for the next two seasons at least, but the A’s are daydreaming about the time they can finally call the venue their own. One idea they’re considering is moving their home clubhouse into the space that currently serves as the Raiders locker room, which would more than double the current space they have. Beyond that, imagine the possibility of the A’s current clubhouse being transformed into a “club” type area for fans to schmooze and enjoy some beverages. Team president Dave Kaval says both ideas are on the table for after the Raiders move to Las Vegas, which they’re planning to do for the 2020 NFL season. The No. 1 long-term goal for the

Angels mailbag: Where to go from here? - Mon, 24 Apr 2017
Hello, Angels fans. As of today, your favorite baseball team is 8-12, on a 65-win pace, and its best starting pitcher is not going to pitch at least until June. The outlook is not great. So let’s answer some questions about the state of the team. As always, please submit mailbag questions through my Twitter account (@pedromoura) or via email at pedro.moura@latimes.com. This is a tremendously difficult question to answer at this stage in the season because, as I’ve stated in this space in previous weeks, so much of it depends on Garrett Richards’ health. Without him, a below-.500 season seems certain. If he returns as soon as he’s eligible in June and pitches as he’s capable, the outlook for the

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