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Rafael Palmeiro, 53, smacks his first home run for independent league baseball team

SportsPulse: MLB insider Bob Nightengale looks at the historic season Shohei Ohtani is putting together and if he truly can become the 'next Babe Ruth.' Former MLB star Rafael Palmeiro homered like it was 2005 on Monday.  Playing for an independent league team alongside his son, the 53-year-old

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Zack Cozart: Rays starting Sergio Romo in back-to-back games 'bad for baseball'

Zack Cozart talks about his new team and his new position. Los Angeles Angels third baseman Zack Cozart was critical of the Tampa Bay Rays' Sergio Romo making back-to-back starts, calling it "weird" and "bad for baseball." On Sunday, Romo became the fifth pitcher in the last 40

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Baseball's weirdest uniforms get shredded in 'Winning Ugly'

Where were the baseball fashion police in the 1970s and '80s when we really needed them? “Once upon a time,” writes sports design expert Todd Radom, “the Padres looked like tacos, the Astros wore tequila sunrises and the White Sox swathed themselves in leisure suits.” Looking back at some of those

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Major League Baseball roundup: Soto cracks first home run in Nationals rout

Nineteen-year-old Juan Soto, the youngest player in the major leagues since the 2012 season, hit a three-run homer in the first at-bat of his first big league start Monday night to trigger the Washington Nationals to a 10-2 win over the visiting San Diego Padres. Soto drove the first pitch he saw from

Read more: https://ca.reuters.com/article/sportsNews/idCAKCN1IN15U-OCASP?src=rss



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