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Ichiro oldest to start in CF since 1900MLB.comHe reached on an error in the first inning and scored on a Marcell Ozuna single. Patrick Pinak is a reporter for MLB.com based in Miami who covered the Marlins on Sunday. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.and more »
Kluber finds success relying on curveballMLB.comThe MLB averages against right-handed curveballs are .219 (batting average) and .363 (slugging) this season, and .215 (average) and .350 (slugging) over the past three years combined. Even with a month spent on the disabled list, Kluber ranks first in ...and more »
Top A&M signee headed to MLB, won't play for Aggies247SportsTexas A&M received good news this past week when current pitchers Cason Sherrod and Kaylor Chafin turned down Major League Baseball after being selected in the 12th and 31st rounds, respectively. The two juniors were the top relievers for the Aggies ...
MLB notes: White Sox retire Buehrle's numberSTLtoday.comFormer Chicago White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle smiles as he responds to a question about his time with the team, during a news conference before a baseball game between his former ball club and the Oakland Athletics on Friday, June 23, 2017, in Chicago ...and more »
Daily Fantasy MLB picks for Sunday, June 25FakeTeamsThe Rangers have a large 23.4% K-rate against right-handed pitching, which is the sixth-worst mark in the MLB against RHP. However, they do hit for power (.187 ISO, 11th overall) and they do run (49 SBs, 5th overall). Still, on a day when the pitching ...
Which MLB defenses have an edge?ESPNWhat's helping keep the Rays in the race? A tight defense led by third baseman Evan Longoria. Brian Blanco/Getty Images. Facebook · Twitter · Facebook Messenger; Email; comment. 5:49 AM PT. Alex Vigderman, Baseball Info Solutions. Facebook · Twitter ...
Will the Cardinals be second-half sellers?ESPNSimilarly, Baseball Prospectus ranks the Cardinals 23rd among the 30 MLB teams in baserunning runs, a calculation that determines the number of runs contributed by a team's advancement on the bases. New metrics notwithstanding, the days of Lou Brock ...and more »