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TORONTO, CANADA - MAY 15: Guillermo Quiroz #12 of the San Francisco Giants talks to Chad Gaudin #57 during MLB game action against the Toronto Blue Jays on May 15, 2013 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
I think they're going to try to have their cake and eat it too - they will try to get casual people for entertainment while keeping the hardcore gamers interested ... They want their console on all the time, whether it's a mom watching Amazon video, the son playing a game and the dad watching (Major League Baseball) TV on another app - that's their goal.
The 4th is also home to Major League Baseball’s Milwaukee Brewers in recognition of the city’s beer industry and if you drink enough of their signature product, every night is bobblehead night.
Every player is going to go through struggles ... I went through mine with injuries and maybe not living up to people’s expectations. But I’ve grown up and realized what it takes for me to be a good Major League Baseball player. Not everyone is going to click all the time. It’s about handling failure.More quotes »
Yankees call up Dellin Betances
The pitcher who was sent down to make room for Betances, Marshall, was ranked the sixth-best prospect in the Yankees system by Baseball America before the season.Betances began this season in Triple A as a starter, but was recently switched to the pen out Read more »
Hal Steinbrenner believes 'scrappy' Yankees can win with $189 million payroll
the Yankees can win with a much lower payroll next season, Steinbrenner agreed."And some talent down in the minor leagues that quite frankly may have never gotten the chance to do something like this -- certainly not this year," he said. "There's been a lot Read more »
Video: Baseball for the blind
take a quick break from the world of Major League Baseball in this blog post and look at the sport in its lower-case form: baseball.The Long Island Bombers are a blind and visually impaired team who play what's called beep baseball.Watch the video below and Read more »
Collins apologizes to Mets fans; Alderson supports manager
Manager Terry Collins apologized Wednesday for lashing out at Mets fans, some of whom have been critical of his handling of Jordany Valdespin, the utilityman whose antics have created tension in the clubhouse."Of course I regret the choice of words," said Read more »
Sandy Alderson and the Mets: a defense of 'the plan'
have worked out. Trades: Travis dArnaud. John Buck. Nuff said. Free agency: Most of Aldersons free agent signings were minor league deals, strengthening a leaky pen or filling out a short rotation. But lets face it, the 2013 free agent class was not baseballs Read more »
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Cleveland prospect moving to catcher
Indians prospect Tony Wolters is transitioning to catcher and will continue that development with Class A Carolina this season, MLB.com reports. Wolters had been considered a middle infielder. "It's going really well," Wolters, 20, said. "I'm learning some 27 m ago from CBS Sports Read more »
LA Dodgers versus Atlanta Braves Pick Prediction MLB Betting Lines Odds Preview 5-18-2013
17-23 LA Dodgers will continue their weekend series against the 23-18 Atlanta Braves in a Major League Baseball game scheduled for Saturday. First pitch from Atlanta is set for 7PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by the MLB Extra Innings 2:25 PM from Tonys Picks Read more »
10 Impact MLB Trades That No One Will See Coming
or whatever — Cincinnati Reds shortstop Zack Cozart. At the time of writing, current Angels shortstop Erick Aybar led the majors in errors at his position and didn't offer anything special at the plate. Cozart is struggling even more as a hitter, but this 2:12 PM from Rant Sports Read more »
Neftali Soto gets the call
The Reds called up infielder Neftali Soto from Triple-A Louisville prior to Saturday's game against the Phillies, according to MLB.com. A corresponding move has yet to be announced, but it appears that pitcher Tony Cingrani will be optioned to Louisville. 1:35 PM from CBS Sports Read more »
Felix Hernandez ready for Sunday start
Mariners starter Felix Hernandez received further medical clearance from manager Eric Wedge on Saturday, MLB.com reports. Hernandez is expected to start Sunday's game against the Indians. Hernandez tweaked his back Tuesday against the Yankees, but he has b 1:35 PM from CBS Sports Read more »