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Matt Harvey is OK, Will Pitch Sunday
Relax, New York Met fans: Ace pitcher Matt Harvey is all set to pitch opening day after a mysterious non-baseball ailment was reported on Monday.
Harvey had a blood clot in his bladder which he said was caused by not using the restroom as frequently as he should have...
Yankees Option Refsnyder to AAA
After fighting to make the 25-man Opening Day roster, the Yankees have sent infielder Rob Refsnyder down to AAA.
The converted outfielder played second base during his Yankees call-up last season and is being converted to third this season...
Bees Storm Cubs Spring Training
Every year during spring training it seems a game is stopped for an odd reason. This time, like many others, it was for a swarm of bees. During the 3rd-inning at Sloan Park in Mesa, Arizona, bees surrounded Chicago Cubs center fielder Jason Heyward, stinging him multiple times, causing a five minute…
Royals to Double-Down on Mets Insults (AUDIO)
After the Kansas Jayhawks' convincing win over Maryland in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament, they certainly appear to be a worthy championship contender.
Before that game, we brought in radio host Danny Parkins in Kansas City to ask him how good he thinks KU is and if he trusts head coach Bil…
A-Rod Sets Retirement Date
New York Yankees designated-hitter Alex Rodriguez is one of the oldest players in the majors and he may be starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Yesterday, Rodriguez revealed to ESPN's Andrew Marchand that 2017 will likely be his last season...
How We Should React to MLB in Cuba (AUDIO)
Today was a historic day in the United States, Cuba and in Major League Baseball. The Tampa Bay Rays visited the Cuban National Team for a game. The Rays won the game 4-1.
It marked the first time since 1999 that a major league team had played in Cuba...
Hoffman Roughed Up By Angels in Start (AUDIO)
Shaker High School graduate Jeff Hoffman was re-called to major league spring training on Thursday for a start against the Los Angeles Angels.
Pitching against a mix of regulars and backups, Hoffman was roughed up by the Halos, allowing four earned runs on eight hits in 2...
Adam LaRoche Retires Amid Team/Family Controversy
Chicago White Sox DH and first baseman Adam LaRoche, 36, announced his retirement Tuesday. The reason behind his decision came after a meeting with team president Ken Williams in which he informed LaRoche that his son wouldn't be allowed to spend as much time as he does around the team...
A-Rod & Papi Cool Feud
Another Yankees/Red Sox feud has ended, apparently. The animosity between Alex Rodriguez and Davit Ortiz has seemed to cool down as the two players talked for the first time in 2 years yesterday.
The two players ran into each other by the batting cage in JetBlue Park before yesterday's 6-3 Yanke…
Shaker Grad Continuing to Grow With Rockies (AUDIO)
We are now inside of three weeks until the official start of the 2016 baseball season. For Capital Region fans, there's plenty more to cheer about than just the Yankees and the Mets: There are several local players playing professionally that fans should have their eye on...
Report: Mets Place Tejada on Waivers
The Mets appear ready to part ways with infielder Ruben Tejada in a somewhat-surprising move.
"By cutting Tejada more than 15 days before Opening Day, the Mets would be freed from paying five-sixths of Tejada's salary. They would only be responsible for $500,000," says Rubin...
Asdrubal Cabrera Could Miss Opening of Season
Bad news for the New York Mets as new shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera may have to begin the season on the disabled list with a knee injury.
More from Rubin via general manager Sandy Alderson:
Alderson is right... If the Mets were to suffer an injury, that is the position to do it at...

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