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MLB News - 08/31/15
- Hurdle's vote of confidence helped Polanco rebound
Gregory Polanco wasn't worried, but he was wondering. It was early July, and he wasn't hitting. He hadn't really hit in about a year, truth be told -- at least not the way he wanted to.
- Beeston to leave decorated legacy in Toronto
Paul Beeston might be stepping aside as the Blue Jays' president and CEO at the end of the season, but he will leave behind a lasting legacy that won't be forgotten in Toronto and across the entire country any time soon.
- Bucs likely to load up on players with Majors experience
It has already been a 2015 season to savor, and the Pirates are about to add a lot more seasoning to the recipe.
- Stats of the Day: Arrieta reigns supreme
On Sunday evening at Dodger Stadium, Cubs right-hander Jake Arrieta fired the sixth no-hitter of the 2015 season, fanning 12 and walking one. Arrieta is the 14th Cub to toss a no-hitter, and the first since Carlos Zambrano in 2008.
- Wild Card races bringing plenty of excitement
Two decades into the Wild Card, baseball's balance of competition has been good enough to sustain a system that now makes room for five postseason teams in each league. The Wild Card races are dramatically different in each league, but they are each serving the purpose of the Wild Card concept.
- Week Ahead: Final month looms large
After Monday's August finales around the Major Leagues, we leap right into the final month of baseball's regular season, the one that will end with postseason pairings and champagne parties in joyous clubhouses. You know, the one that never lets us down, with excitement right down to when the last out is recorded.
- Jake Show: Arrieta no-hits Dodgers in LA
Seven times in his final 18 starts of 2014, Jake Arrieta took a no-hitter into the fifth inning, but it wasn't until Sunday night against the Dodgers that the Cubs right-hander finished the job. And it was deja vu for the Dodgers.
- Did you know? Arrieta's no-hitter
It was a special night for Jake Arrieta and the Cubs on Sunday, as the right-hander completed a no-hitter in a 2-0 victory at Dodger Stadium. It also was an all-too-familiar outcome for the Dodgers, who found themselves on the losing end of such a feat for the second time this month.