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Buster Posey Is 1st Player to Get 1st 1,000 Hits with Giants Since Rich Aurilia

Fact: Buster Posey recorded his 1,000th career hit with a home run in the Giants' 12-1 win over the Rockies on Tuesday night. He is the first player to get his first 1,000 hits with the Giants since Rich Aurilia in 2003.

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2017 MLB Free Agents: Rumors and Predictions for Jose Bautista and More

The MLB postseason is quickly approaching, but many teams around the league already have their sights set on the offseason and potential improvements before the 2017 campaign.

Scott Miller's Starting 9: Vin Scully Writes Final Stanzas of Baseball Career

I can fly higher than an eagle, for you are the wind beneath my wings…


1. Vin Scully and the Dodgers Match Walk-Offs

One by one, we say goodbye to the greatest summers of our lives.

A man in Pasadena, California, shakes his head, smiles and clicks off the television after the final out.

NL Playoff Standings 2016: Latest Wild Card Info, Team Records and More

With the three National League division races wrapped up and the top record in the league already well in hand, the remaining drama in the dwindling days of the 2016 regular season stems from the wild-card race.

The Chicago Cubs, Washington Nationals and Los Angeles Dodgers have already clinched the NL Central, East and West, respectively, with the former pacing the majors with 101 wins and counting. 

Updated 2016 MLB Playoff Odds with 5 Days to Go

Less than a week remains in the 2016 MLB regular season, and there are still a handful of playoff spots up for grabs.

On the American League side, the Cleveland Indians and Texas Rangers have clinched their respective divisions, and the Boston Red Sox have locked up a playoff spot with their magic number at one to clinch the AL East.

Martin Prado, Marlins Agree on New Contract: Latest Details and Reaction

The Miami Marlins prevented third baseman Martin Prado from hitting free agency at season's end by signing him to a contract extension Tuesday. 

David Ortiz Glad 'WWE' Era Between Red Sox, Yankees Has Passed

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Boston and New York have been adversaries since the original Hamilton walked Broadway in the late 18th century.

Predicting Final Leaders for Each Top 2016 MLB Stat Category

Baseball lost an exuberant young star who would have frequented the top of pitching leaderboards for years.

On Sunday morning, Jose Fernandez and two other men were killed in a boating accident. The Miami Marlins pitcher, who was 24, had far more greatness on and off the field to offer.

2016 MLB Award Race Odds Updates with 1 Week to Go

While furious battles for MLB's four available wild-card berths will take place over the regular season's final week, indirect competitions for the game's highest individual honors are raging as well.

With only a handful of awards looking like they're wrapped up, players (and managers) have one final chance to impress voters. Some will rise to the occasion, while others will fold under the pressure. These award races only make the last stretch all the more intriguing.

Is Max Scherzer Ready to Become MLB's Next Elite Postseason Ace?

The term "ace" gets tossed around too liberally. There's more to it than simply being the best pitcher on your team.

The Washington Nationals' Max Scherzer, however, checks most of the ace boxes.


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