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In case you haven’t taken note of what Athletics first baseman Matt Olson has been able to do over the past few weeks, you probably should, because he is on an absolute tear. He was called up by the team on Aug. (read more)


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There are hit-by-pitches, and then there are painful hit-by-pitches. Chase Headley certainly knows what we’re talking about. (read more)

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MLB hitters have been on pace to set a league-wide, single-season home run record all year. On Tuesday, Alex Gordon of the Kansas City Royals hit home run number 5,694, officially making the 2017 season the new record-holder, smashing the pace set back in 2000. (read more)

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Terrelle Pryor was on the receiving end of a low hit in his team’s win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, and he is asking the opponent who delivered it to kindly reconsider the way he tackles in the future. While he admitted it was “not a dirty play,” Pryor tweeted a video that showed Rams safety Cody Davis diving at his knees after the Washington Redskins receiver caught a pass. (read more)

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WESLEY CHAPEL — One stands 6 feet 9, holds numerous college offers and has already verbally committed to play at Florida State. The other goes about a foot shorter and could stand to put on a few pounds. (read more)

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It is a code of conduct nearly as old as the forward pass, an unwritten rule that almost every coach abides by when dealing with his starting quarterback, especially during adversity. Even the most autocratic coaches rarely violate it. (read more)

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Bryce Harper continues to make significant progress in rehab and reportedly is “likely” to return to the Washington Nationals in time for postseason play. Harper on Tuesday took part in a simulated game in Atlanta that included facing live pitching, which came two days after taking batting practice for the first time since his Aug. (read more)

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