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He's become Mr. Hawk-tober. Remember that fan who made the great catch on Justin Turner's game-ending home run at Dodger Stadium over the weekend? Guess what? He did it again. Keith Hupp came up with his second homer souvenir in the NL Championship Series, corralling the ball...
NEW YORK (AP) — Aaron Judge is the Yankee Greeter. A favorite to win AL Rookie of the Year and a contender for the league's Most Valuable Player Award, Judge jogs toward the dugout at the end of every defensive inning, but he stops short of the steps. Instead of descending, he...
CHICAGO (AP) — Alex Wood finally returned to the mound Wednesday night. A familiar problem followed him all the way to Game 4 of the NL Championship Series. Wood surrendered three solo homers in his first start in three weeks, and the Los Angeles Dodgers lost for the first time...
NEW YORK (AP) — Dallas Keuchel walked from the mound to the dugout during the top of the fifth inning, a blank look on his face, his glove resting on a hip. Jose Altuve flung his bat. Josh Reddick slammed his helmet. Feeling a bit spaced out, the Houston Astros will be happy to...
NEW YORK (AP) — The Houston Astros will be happy to get home after a three-day bashing in the Bronx that left Jose Altuve flinging his bat and Josh Reddick slamming his helmet. Not even Dallas Keuchel could prevent New York from sweeping three games at Yankee Stadium and...
CHICAGO (AP) — Andre Ethier put his teammates on notice before the first pitch of the playoffs: win the World Series or watch one of the best seasons in Dodgers history go down as a bust. Then he put his bat where his mouth was. In his first start of the postseason, the longest-...
NEW YORK (AP) — Cameron Maybin sprinted toward the left-field line and suddenly stopped, with plenty of room to spare. As he wind-milled one arm to halt his momentum, a flummoxed Maybin curiously backed off the ball as if scared by a spider and watched Greg Bird's pop fly land...
NEW YORK (AP) — Cameron Maybin sprinted toward the left-field line and suddenly stopped, with plenty of room to spare. As he wind-milled one arm to halt his momentum, a flummoxed Maybin curiously backed off the ball and watched Greg Bird's pop fly land in fair territory just a...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — When Yasiel Puig licks his bats , Dodger Stadium laughs. When he stands at the plate admiring a base hit , the fans' initial cheers hilariously morph into a group exhortation to "Go! Go!" — which he eventually does. The Cuban outfielder's entire baseball...