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MLB News - 04/28/17
- The World Theo-ries: Cubs at Red Sox!
Theo Epstein was first hired as a general manager in Boston three days before Thanksgiving in 2002, almost 15 years ago now, and at that precise moment the Boston Red Sox and Chicago Cubs were the two-sided coin of baseball heartbreak.
- Tanaka records 'Maddux' to outduel Sale
Masahiro Tanaka got the best of an exquisite pitchers' duel against Chris Sale in a Thursday night thriller at Fenway Park, leading the Yankees to a 3-0 victory over the Red Sox. Neither team had an extra-base hit.
- Nats remain hot, win behind 11-run frame
The Nationals came through Denver knowing they wouldn't have Max Scherzer or Stephen Strasburg to quiet the first-place Rockies, but Gio Gonzalez became the latest to halt the Colorado bats while leading Washington to an unprecedented ninth win to cap a 10-game road trip as the Nats ran away to a 16-5 win Thursday.
- M's Motter ends game with grab on tarp
Taylor Motter has turned into a bit of a rock star in the early going this year for the Mariners as the new super utility man who keeps providing timely hits, but the versatile rookie with the flowing hair added his glove to the equation Thursday.
- Scherzer aims to keep Nats rolling on MLB.TV
After capping a near-perfect road trip in which they posted the highest winning percentage on a 10-plus-game road trip in franchise history, the Nationals return home tonight, welcoming the National League East rival Mets to Nationals Park.
- Carp's walk-off slam caps Cards' wild rebound
With his first career grand slam on Thursday afternoon, Matt Carpenter completed an 11-inning, 8-4 come-from-behind win in which the Cardinals scored all of their runs off the Blue Jays' bullpen. The victory, which evened this Interleague set at a game apiece, came in the first game of a split doubleheader at Busch Stadium.
- Blue, sky: Umpire catches mask on popup
Blue, sky: Umpire catches mask on popup
- A's Graveman gets runaround on double play
A's Graveman gets runaround on double play
- Robinson Museum breaks ground in NYC
Commissioner Rob Manfred joined Rachel and Sharon Robinson at a groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday morning in lower Manhattan to mark the start of construction on the Jackie Robinson Museum. The 18,500-square-foot space at 75 Varick Street will honor the late Hall of Famer, who broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball when he started for the Brooklyn Dodgers on April 15, 1947, and played an active, pioneering role in the civil rights movement.