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  • MLB Standings: Houston Astros End Losing Slide Without Dallas Keuchel, Solidify Hold of Top Spot in AL West

    The Houston Astros continue to soar in the MLB standings following a convincing 6-1 victory over the Kansas City Royals Thursday. Houston ended its road series versus Kansas City with a 2-2 record. The Astros did it without ace Dallas Keuchel who is back on the disabled list due to a neck issue.more

  • Dodgers Might Add Starting Pitchers, Relievers Before Trade Deadline

    As part of their push to clinch a fifth consecutive NL West title, the Los Angeles Dodgers will look to upgrade their pitching roster before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline.more

  • Yankees Need to Boost Third Base, Pitching Rotation Before Trade Deadline

    Aside from beefing up their pitching rotation, the New York Yankees also plan to acquire a reliable third baseman before the July 31 trade deadline to boost their chances of advancing to the playoffs.more

  • Rockies Looking for Starting Pitcher Before Trade Deadline

    After dropping out of first place in the NL West, the Colorado Rockies are reportedly in the market for a starting pitcher or an addition to their bullpen.more

  • Bryce Harper Wants to Play Alongside Kris Bryant with Cubs

    While he still has 1 1/2 years to play with the Washington Nationals, rumors about Bryce Harper's next career move have already started swirling. In an interview, MLB analyst Peter Gammons told 670 The Score’s Mully and Hanley that Harper wants to join the Cubs when he becomes a free agent in 2018.more

  • Slugger Kris Bryant: No Contract Extension with Cubs as of Now

    The Chicago Cubs hope to make slugger Kris Bryant the face the franchise for years to come. For the 2017 season, they have signed him to a one-year contract worth $1.05 million, the largest one-year deal ever given to a player in his pre-arbitration years.more

  • Yankees Might Chase Rays’ Chris Archer Before Trade Deadline

    The New York Yankees are reportedly eyeing several pitchers before the July 31 trade deadline to boost their rotation. Several reports have it that the Yankees are interested in trading for Chicago White Sox ace Jose Quintana, Pittsburgh Pirates star Gerrit Cole, Texas Rangers starter Yu Darvish and Oakland Athletics right-handed hurler Sonny Gray.more

  • Mets Ready to Promote ex-NFL QB Tim Tebow to High Class A?

    After hitting his third homer of the season with low Class A Columbia Fireflies, former NFL quarterback-turned-baseball-player Tim Tebow may be promoted by the New York Mets organization to the high Class A soon.more

  • With Red Sox Struggling, Manager John Farrell’s Job on the Line?

    Is Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell on his way out? Speculations are about that Farrell may be replaced as skipper after the Red Sox’s slow start to the season.more

  • Red Sox, Yankees Out to Chase Blue Jays' Josh Donaldson?

    After a poor start to the season, the Toronto Blue Jays are expected to trade some of their best players on or before the July 31 trade deadline. Among those anticipated to be dangled is third baseman Josh Donaldson.more

  • Former MLB All-Star Closer Eric Gagne Retires from Competitive Baseball, Eyes Coaching Instead

    Former All-Star closer and Cy Young winner Eric Gagne ended his comeback try after just 3 2/3 innings with the Long Island Ducks in the Independent League. Gagne hasn’t pitched in the Majors since 2008.more

  • Nats’ Bryce Harper’s Value to Skyrocket to $400M-$500M After 2018

    If he continues his outstanding play, Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper’s market value could skyrocket to $400 to $500 million when he turns free agent after the 2018 season.more

  • Phillies Willing to Listen to Offers for Hurler Jeremy Hellickson

    The struggling Philadelphia Phillies are willing to trade right-handed starter Jeremy Hellickson for the right offer. Hellickson currently leads the team in wins with four and ERA with 3.71.more

  • Yankees Eyeing Rangers' Ace Yu Darvish?

    The New York Yankees are currently leading the American League (AL) East but they are followed closely by the Baltimore Orioles and the Boston Red Sox. If this tight race continues, the Yankees are expected to boost their pitching rotation before the July 31 non-waiver MLB trade deadline.more

  • MLB News: Slugger Ryan Howard Cut by Braves After Struggling in Minor League

    Former Philadelphia Phillies slugger Ryan Howard’s attempt to revive his Major League career was a failure. After just 11 games, Howard’s journey ended after the Atlanta Braves released him from his minor-league deal. The Braves made the announcement through their Twitter account. Earlier, Howard hoped that he could return to the Major League through Triple-A Gwinnet, the Braves’ minor league team.more

  • MLB Rumors: Teams Scrambling for Starting Pitcher Doug Fister’s Services

    Teams in need of a solid starting pitcher are scrambling for the services of former Houston Astros hurler Doug Fister, who is now a free agent. Last week, Fister threw for five clubs in California. Chris Cotillo of SB Nation reported that among those in attendance were scouts from the Los Angeles Angels, Toronto Blue Jays, Arizona Diamondbacks, San Francisco Giants and the New York Mets. Cotillo cannot confirm if Fister has already agreed to a deal to one of those teams.more

  • New York Yankees Will Trade For Starting Pitching in July if Hot Start Continues

    The New York Yankees are still riding their hot streak more than a month into the 2017 MLB season. They have the best record in the American League at the moment and they could target starting pitching in July to solidify their lineup heading into the postseason.more

  • New York Yankees Need Pirates’ Gerrit Cole to Solidify Starting Rotation

    The New York Yankees are enjoying one of their best starts in years. They are currently leading the American League East with a 17-9 record, going 7-3 in their last 10 outings. The Yankees are surging behind big bats of outfielder Aaron Judge and second baseman Starlin Castro. Judge currently leads the MLB with 13 homers while Castro is second in the AL in batting average with .362.more

  • MLB Trade Rumors: 3 Potential Destinations for Matt Harvey If Mets Deal Him at the Deadline

    The New York Mets are currently in the last place of the NL East standings but it's not the time to hit the panic button just yet. However, the Mets should consider trading Matt Harvey if they continue to slide in the next couple of months.more

  • Toronto Blue Jays to Trade Josh Donaldson Before Deadline?

    The Toronto Blue Jays may trade third baseman Josh Donaldson before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline. Donaldson has been sidelined with a right calf injury that limited him to just nine games this season. Mark Feinsand of reported that Donaldson may be pursued by the New York Mets or the Boston Red Sox. Donaldson is under contract with the Blue Jays until the end of 2018, making him an attractive target for contending teams.more

  • Slumping New York Mets to Trade Ace Pitcher Matt Harvey?

    After a poor start, the New York Mets are anticipated to pursue trades for big-name players or get help from the free-agent market. However, if their slump continues, the Mets are expected to sell off some of their parts to strengthen their roster for 2018. Joe Giglio of reported that the Mets may trade for veteran players to save their season. Among those who may be targeted by the Mets are Todd Frazier of the Chicago White Sox, Kansas City Chiefs’ Mike Moustakas and Toronto Blue Jays’ Josh Donaldson.more

  • New York Yankees Could Have a Firesale at the Trade Deadline if Hot Start Fades

    The New York Yankees are tied with the Baltimore Orioles for the best record in the AL East. The Yankees are off to a hot start that makes everyone wonder about their plans at the trade deadline. Will they acquire players to contend or trade veterans to further improve their farm system?more

  • New York Yankees to Trade Shortstop Didi Gregorius if Prospect Gleyber Torres Improves?

    The New York Yankees, behind their young line-up, have surprised many with their strong start to the 2017 season. After 23 games through Sunday, the Yankees are tied with the Baltimore Orioles atop the American League East standings with identical 15-8 marks. Despite this strong start, the Yankees may pull the trade trigger if they slip down closer to .500 at any point in this season, according to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports. Heyman said among those to be shipped include Chase Headley, Brett Gardner, Starlin Castro, Jacoby Ellsbury and shortstop Didi Gregorius.more

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