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Royals Rumblings - News For April 19, 2019

What’s after a Thursday win against the Yankees? A Good Friday! Let’s clear out some more stories from Wednesday’s game. Many different outlets felt it appropriate to take a dig at MLB’s “Let the Kids Play” slogan when talking about the...
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Chris Sale Showing Ominous Early Signs Of $145m Red Sox Mistake

"I just flat-out stink right now," Boston Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale told reporters after he coughed up four runs in five innings against the New York Yankees on Tuesday...
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Game 18: Another Series Against A Bad Team

(Al Bello/Getty) One bad team leaves town and another one comes in. The Yankees wrapped up their fun little two-game sweep of the Red Sox last night, and tonight they welcome the Royals to the Bronx for the start of a four-game series. As fun as the...
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You’re Likely Underrating The Rays

Red Sox Yankees Red Sox Yankees Red Sox Yankee—oh wait, the Rays are pretty much even with them now. There are three good teams in the AL East, and three things about them are very much true: the Yankees are likely the best team in the division,...
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Dustin Pedroia's Knee Injury Suffered Vs. Yankees Not Expected To Be Serious

Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia appeared in only three games during the team's 2018 World Series-winning season due to knee surgery he underwent following the 2017 campaign...
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Yankeemetrics: Paxton, Gardner Punish Red Sox (april 16-17)

(NJ.com) April 16: Paxton earns his pinstripes For the first time in more than a quarter-century, a Red Sox-Yankees series opened with both teams’ fanbases seemingly in near-panic mode. With the Red Sox at 6-11 and the Yankees at 6-9 in the...
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On Baseball: For The Yankees, Even The ‘next Guy Up’ Is Plenty Dangerous

The team and its patchwork roster seem capable of weathering the crush of injuries and contending yet again.

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Matt Chapman, Athletics Snap Astros' 10-game Win Streak With 2-1 Win

The Houston Astros aren't invincible after all. Houston saw its 10-game winning streak that included sweeps of the Oakland Athletics, New York Yankees and Seattle Mariners come ...
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Dustin Pedroia Felt ‘something Weird’ In Knee On Swing

Dustin Pedroia left Wednesday’s Boston Red Sox-New York Yankees game in the second inning after hurting his knee in an at-bat, and he provided some context afterwards. Pedroia flew out to right field in the top of the second and was replaced...
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Yankees News: Luis Severino Won't Pick Ball Up For 5 Weeks Because Of Lat Injury

New York Yankees pitcher Luis Severino won't be returning anytime soon. According to Lindsey Adler of The Athletic, he won't resume baseball activities for another five weeks as ...

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The Yankees Keep Losing Players To The Injured List, So It’s Not Too Early To Look At The Trade...

(Presswire) The 2019 season is only 16 games old, but it already feels like the Yankees need to be active on the trade market. They have been decimated by injuries, many of them long-term. Luis Severino and Dellin Betances both suffered setbacks...

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Yankees 8, Red Sox 0: James Paxton Gives Yankees A Much-needed Jolt Against The Red Sox

Paxton limited the Sox to two hits over eight innings and recorded 12 strikeouts, while the Yankees lineup feasted on Boston’s struggling ace, Chris Sale.
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Daily Kos: Bernie’s Decision To Appear On Fox News Just Goes To Show That He’s Not A Team Player

At this stage of my embittered middle-age, only three things bring me happiness: Duke losing in the NCAA tournament, the Yankees losing anywhere anytime, and progressives dogging each other with purity tests. Is it possible for the most left-wing...

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Dotf: Garcia Homers Twice, Schmidt Struggles In Tampa’s Loss

The Yankees have signed OF Omar Carrizales and assigned him to Triple-A Scranton, report Kegan Lowe and Conor Foley. The former Rockies prospect (another former Rockie!) hit .229/.289/.376 (84 wRC+) with seven homers and eleven steals in 90 Double-A...

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Chris Sale Gives Up Four Runs In Five Innings, Lowers Era

The Red Sox’ Tuesday night bout against the Yankees was supposed to be a statement game. After the team’s immense struggles coming out of the gate, they had a chance to march onto their longtime rival’s turf and show everyone the...
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Game 16: Just A Game Between Two Sub-.500 Teams

(Presswire) So, who had the Yankees and Red Sox being a combined eight games under .500 when they met for the first time this season? Not me, certainly. The Yankees are 6-9 and the Red Sox are 6-11. This is the first time the Yankees and Red Sox...
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The Injury Bug And A Flashback To 2007

(Presswire) Twelve Yankees currently reside on the injured list. Twelve! It’s put a pretty big damper on the start of the regular season, to say the least. Sure, a few players on the shelf aren’t surprises: Didi Gregorius and Jordan...

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The Rockies Are Off To Their Worst Start In Franchise History

Even though it’s early, this is a tough hole to climb out of. Looking at the standings right now paints a weird picture of baseball. Boston is looking up at Baltimore in the AL East. The Astros, Yankees, and Dodgers are in line for a Wild Card...
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Yankees Select Contract Of Mike Ford, Place Greg Bird On Il

The Yankees have selected the contract of first baseman Mike Ford, per a club announcement. Fellow first baseman Greg Bird is heading to the injured list with a left plantar fascia tear, with a 40-man roster spot created by shifting outfielder...

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The Blue Jays Are Already Selling And The Yankees Should Be After Justin Smoak

(Presswire) Although the Yankees have 147 games remaining this year — their season is only 9.3% complete! — it already feels like they need some outside help. The injuries are mounting and, with CC Sabathia having returned over the...
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