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Vin Scully Will Return to Dodgers Broadcast for 2015 Season

The most famous voice in baseball history will be returning for its 66th season. During the second inning of Tuesday night's game against the Atlanta Braves, the Los Angeles Dodgers announced Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully will be returning for play-by-play duties in 2015.

Jon Weisman of the Dodgers' official blog reported the news following a montage that played at Dodger Stadium.

Jon Lester Scratched from Wednesday's Start for Red Sox Amid Trade Rumors

Jon Lester has made all 241 of his career major league starts with the Red Sox. He may not get a chance for No. 242 with Boston, though. 

The team's official Twitter feed confirmed that the 30-year-old will be scratched from Wednesday's start, sparking speculation that he will be dealt before Thursday's trade deadline:

Boston's Clay Buchholz Trying to Avoid Tripling 2013 ERA

Boston Red Sox right-hander Clay Buchholz is hoping to avoid a dubious feat this season, as he's in danger of becoming the first pitcher to triple his ERA from one year to the next while throwing more than 100 innings in both campaigns, per ESPN Stats & Info (via Elias Sports Bureau).

After posting a 1.74 ERA over 108.1 frames (16 starts) last year, Buchholz saw his 2014 ERA balloon to 5.87 with an ugly outing Monday against the Toronto Blue Jays.

Pete Rose Discusses Ban from MLB with Rachel Nichols in CNN's 'Unguarded'

MLB's all-time hit king Pete Rose opened up with CNN's Rachel Nichols about his lifetime ban from the game in an interview for Unguarded.

Stock Up, Stock Down for Yankees' Top 10 Prospects for Week 17

With Week 17 here, it is time to once again examine the stocks of the New York Yankees' top 10 prospects.

Last week's list went as such:

MLB Rumors: Latest Buzz Surrounding Jon Lester, Matt Kemp and More

With just days to go until the July 31 trade deadline, the MLB rumors are rampant as teams fight to position themselves as championship contenders or sell off assets and play for next year. 

Rockies Have Typo on Gameday Promotion for Troy Tulowitzki

The Colorado Rockies had good intentions with their gameday promotion for Saturday night against the Pittsburgh Pirates, but the execution didn't go as planned.

Update: Saturday, July 26, 2014, 8:15 p.m. ET

The Rockies have apologized for the misspelled jerseys, offering to exchange the jersey for one spelled correctly and a free ticket to a future game.

Jake Peavy Trade Could Be Giants' Latest Reclamation Success Story

The San Francisco Giants have this special trick that they like to perform on seemingly over-the-hill veterans that involves turning them into, well, not over-the-hill veterans.

And now Jake Peavy could be next.

Where Does the 2014 Hall of Fame Class Rank Among MLB's Best Ever?

After 2013 saw the BBWAA elect no one to the MLB Hall of Fame for the first time since 1996 and just the third time since 1960, three players earned the nod this year.

A pair of 300-game winners in Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine and one of the most feared sluggers of all time in Frank Thomas earned enshrinement in their first year on the ballot.

They will be joined by a trio of managers in Bobby Cox, Tony LaRussa and Joe Torre, who all rank in the top five all-time in wins.

Hall of Famers Take Us Inside Yankees-Braves Battle for 1990s Dynasty Status

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — The hills are alive with the sounds of Atlanta Braves fans Tomahawk chopping, Greg Maddux wisecracking, Tom Glavine analyzing and Bobby Cox and Joe Torre managing. Family, friends and memories, on this summer’s day, are the focus, instead of benches, bullpens and owners.

“I can’t envision these guys growing up yet,” Cox was saying Saturday afternoon of Maddux and Glavine. “I just can’t. I still envision them as players.”


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