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Wednesday was nearly a perfect night to be a White Sox fan. While Carlos Rodón fell just short of perfection, he still made history with his 114-pitch (75 strikes) no-hitter in a 8-0 win over the Indians. Rodón was obviously the story of the night — not only in Chicago, but across all of baseball
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HOUSTON – The sight was a bit bizarre: Akil Baddoo, the surprise star of the Tigers’ first two weeks, walking back to the dugout after a called third strike he clearly saw differently. Stu Scheurwater, the home-plate umpire who called the third strike, was with him step for step, giving him an earful the entire
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After undergoing a substantial reorganization, Minor League Baseball is embarking upon a new era in 2021. There are now 120 teams competing in 11 newly named leagues, comprising four levels of play (Triple-A, Double-A, High-A and Low-A). This is the sixth in a series of league-by-league articles, highlighting one unique fact about each team. All
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Like anything in baseball, there are always surprises. The 2021 season brought talk of clear Rookie of the Year favorites, but once the season actually got going, there were more than a fair share of rookie standouts that didn’t appear on those early lists. Consider the top three hottest rookies to start the 2021 season.
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The stars of today and of tomorrow morphed into one Monday night at Minute Maid Park. Detroit’s Akil Baddoo continued what has been as surreal start to his Major League career while Houston’s Luis Garcia provided further evidence he’s ready for prime time. Playing in his seventh big league game, Baddoo opened the scoring with
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HOUSTON — A.J. Hinch returned to Minute Maid Park to a video tribute and a standing ovation that brought him out of the visiting dugout. The Tigers manager then watched his new team send one of his old aces, Zack Greinke, back to the home dugout with one of his roughest outings in years. Hinch’s
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HOUSTON — The coronavirus protocols in place this season for players, coaches, managers and others working in baseball meant Tigers manager A.J. Hinch wasn’t able to sleep in his own bed upon his return Sunday night to the city where he managed the Astros to the 2017 World Series title — and where he remains
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Miguel Cabrera’s chase for 500 home runs and 3,000 hits is on hold. The Tigers placed the two-time MVP and one-time Triple Crown winner on the 10-day injured list Sunday morning with a left biceps strain. The 37-year-old Cabrera has played in Detroit’s last five games, including three of the last four at first base.
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The Tigers had a forgettable evening in Cleveland — except for Alex Lange, who won’t forget Saturday’s 11-3 loss for the rest of his life. “It’s something you dream about from the time you pick up a plastic bat in the backyard as a kid, playing in the big leagues,” Lange said before the game,
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