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Bregman happy with Astros but miffed D-backs didn’t draft him No. 1

HOUSTON — Third baseman Alex Bregman said he couldn't be happier being with the Houston Astros, the team that drafted him second overall out of LSU in 2015 and the club he helped to win a World Series last October. But he didn't deny being upset that the Diamondbacks didn't select him with

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Astros' Bregman still upset by D-backs' draft call

ESPN Houston Astros third baseman Alex Bregman still isn't over the fact that the Arizona Diamondbacks passed over him in the 2015 MLB draft. "I was super happy to come to a good organization like the Astros, an organization that was up-and-coming," Bregman told the Arizona Republic on

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Bud Black: A day in the life of the Rockies' manager in a pennant race

It's the second week of September, the Rockies are chasing their first division title, and Bud Black has former Bronco Peyton Manning on his mind. He's trying to figure out a way to get the legendary quarterback to appear in a video that would play on the giant scoreboard at Coors Field as the

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Despite difficult season, Orioles veterans Cashner and Cobb embrace leading young staff

When veteran starting pitchers Andrew Cashner and Alex Cobb signed with the Orioles during spring training, they expected to be starting meaningful games in September. They hoped to be the veteran anchors of a starting rotation competing for a postseason spot. It definitely hasn't shaken out that

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LEADING OFF: Sale vs deGrom for 1st time since college

A look at what's happening around the majors today: YOU AGAIN? Cy Young Award contenders Chris Sale (12-4, 1.96) and Jacob deGrom (8-9, 1.71) face off for the first time since their college days as Boston hosts the Mets. DeGrom was a two-way player at Stetson in 2010 when he hit his only college

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