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24 headlines found matching 'Yasiel Puig'
Mon May 22, 2017
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38-year-old Chase Utley proved he's still got it with a dazzling diving play. Age is just a number
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Remember in 1998, when then D-backs manager Showalter, nursing an 8-6 lead, walked Bonds with the bases loaded. Well the Mets just considered the same bases loaded strategy with Mike Trout. That's respect
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Fri May 12, 2017
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College baseball team revolutionizes batting practice by replacing the pitcher with another hitter. Everybody hits
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Watch Manny Ramirez smack his first home run for the Kochi Fighting Dogs. Just Manny being Manny
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Wed May 10, 2017
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Bo Knows how to break bats. Yasiel Puig, not so much
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Thu May 04, 2017
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Just like old times, Vin Scully returns to Dodger Stadium and throws out the first phrase
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Wed April 26, 2017
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It's week 6 on DWTS, and Cubs' David Ross steps up to the plate and hits it out of the park with a hot footed Argentine tango
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Tue April 25, 2017
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Reminder - Don't test Yasiel Puig's arm. But if you feel compelled to try, you do so at your own risk
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After only 3 weeks, Brewers' Eric Thames now has 10 home runs. Fark: 7 of them hit against Cincinnati pitching
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Thu April 20, 2017
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Tennis star Coco Vandeweghe serves up a first pitch at the Rays game ... and it was a smash
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Wed April 19, 2017
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University of Kentucky pulls off the very rare 7-2-6 triple play ... which has only happened one time (1923) in MLB history
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Tue April 11, 2017
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It's Week 4 on DWTS, and the entire Cubs team watches David Ross on the big screen in center field before raising their World Series banner
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Fri April 07, 2017
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And then there was the time Don Rickles allegedly once removed a Dodger pitcher from the game
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Bill Murray tried to bribe the umpires on his Minor League team's Opening Day. "Perhaps I could be of some assistance?"
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Fri March 03, 2017
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Hunter Pence makes a clean start to 2017 by shaving off his legendary beard. All good things finally come to an end
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Mets prospect Luis Guillorme catches a bat that flew into the dugout like it was no big deal. Fark: His scouting report already says he has "the fastest hands in the system"
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Wed March 01, 2017
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The Angels had two No. 97s on the basepaths. Team immediately investigated for cloning their players
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Tue February 28, 2017
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Mike Trout signing autographs for young kids totally captures the magic of baseball through the eyes of a 10-year-old
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Sat February 25, 2017
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Shoeless Joe Jackson's great-great-grandnephew is a Minor Leaguer at Rangers Spring Training. Extra cool: He's also named Joe Jackson
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Fri February 24, 2017
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You might hear David Ortiz in the broadcast booth this season. Because who else would Boston fans want to hear call Red Sox games?
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Tue February 21, 2017
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"And the pitch from Giovanni Soto is taken for a strike by Geovany Soto"
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Mon February 20, 2017
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And we now have the first two no-hitters of 2017 ... thrown within two hours of each other
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Behold, the first official diving catch of 2017, courtesy of Old Dominion's Turner Bishop. Take a bow, kid
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Thu February 02, 2017
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Yoelkis Cespedes' defense in the Caribbean Series ought to make his brother Yoenis proud. Apparently, all Cespedeses are good at baseball
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