Pablo Sandoval Could Miss Rest Of Season After Surgery
The Red Sox have announced that Pablo Sandoval will undergo surgery on his left shoulder this week after the third baseman received a second opinion from Dr. James Andrews in Pensacola, Florida.
Extension Talks Between Cubs, Theo Epstein Are 'Status Quo'
Theo Epstein, who is not under contract with the Cubs past this season, says contract extension talks with ownership are "status quo."
Dodgers' Josh Ravin Suspended 80 Games For PEDs
The Dodgers reliever is the sixth Major Leaguer to face discipline for performance-enhancing drugs this season.
Justin Verlander, Kate Upton Are Engaged
Kate Upton showed off her engagement ring at the Met Gala in New York on Monday.
Cuba Still Won't Allow Defectors To Play In WBC
Cuba has decided to maintain its ban on baseball players who defected the country and will not allow them to represent Cuba in the 2017 World Baseball Classic.
Signing With Giants Was 'Easy Decision' For Denard Span
Cole Hamels Has Changed Approach With Rangers
A-Rod Gives Home Run Bat To Young Fan At Fenway Park
Noah Syndergaard Frustrated By Mounting Stolen Bases
Yu Darvish Throws Two Innings In Rehab Start

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Flirting With Success: The Young, Filthy Phillies Starters

by John Watson

Even if there's a little bit of early-season mirage going on somewhere here, we've seen the upside of the Phillies young rotation now and it looks like they could be around for their next competitive team thanks to how young they are.

Hanging Onto Hope In Houston

by John Watson

If the Astros can get some more luck offensively and not have all of their starters underperforming at once, they're going to be winning way more games than they are right now to dig out of the hole of their slow start.

Starting Strong On The South Side

by John Watson

The White Sox paint pretty much the same picture that we were expecting to see before the season started, with a great front of the rotation but some holes in the lineup. Latos and Rollins are probably going to regress, but there's plenty of room for optimism when it comes to Abreu and Rodon.

How Deep Is Your Lineup: Texas Rangers

by John Watson

The injuries to Robinson Chirinos and Shin-soo Choo over the weekend are certainly big news down in Arlington and could have big ramifications going forward.

Never Too Early To Be Proactive

by Andrew Perna

Using the depth of their farm system to trade for a starter so early in the season is unorthodox, but it would also give the Red Sox a better chance to make a postseason run.

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