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NEW YORK—It might be the shot heard around the baseball world: the rocket-like foul ball that hit a young girl at a New York Yankees game. [Read More]
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Joe Mauer and Jorge Polanco had three hits each, and the Minnesota Twins extended their lead for the American League's second wild card by beating the Detroit Tigers 12-1 on Thursday night. The Twins are 2 ½ games ahead of the Angels in the race for the AL's final postseason spot. Los Angeles lost earlier in the day to Cleveland. Minnesota scored three runs apiece in the fourth and sixth innings, then added four more in the eighth. The Twins rebounded from a three-game sweep at the hands of the New York Yankees,... [Read More]
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It might be the shot heard around the baseball world: the rocket-like foul ball that hit a young girl at a New York Yankees game. In the hours after the girl was struck in the face by the 105-mph screamer, the game's commissioner vowed to push harder for all teams to extend protective netting to the end of the dugouts and the Cincinnati Reds and San Diego Padres committed to do just that by next year. ... [Read More]
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It might be the shot heard around the baseball world: the rocket-like foul ball that hit a young girl at a New York Yankees game. [Read More]
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With 10 games to play, there is a realistic possibility for a tie for the second wild card and an outside shot at an unprecedented three-way tie. Tie-breakers for seeding in a tie for the second wild card spot are based on head-to-head competition. If the Rangers finish in a tie with Minnesota for the second wild card spot behind the New York Yankees, the play-in game would be in Minneapolis on Oct. 2 by virtue of Minnesota's 4-3 edge in the season series with the Rangers. If the Rangers and Los Angeles Angels tie for the spot, the... [Read More]
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It might be the shot heard around the baseball world: the rocket-like foul ball that hit a young girl at a New York Yankees game. [Read More]
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It might be the shot heard around the baseball world: the rocket-like foul ball that hit a young girl at a New York Yankees game. [Read More]
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It might be the shot heard around the baseball world: the rocket-like foul ball that hit a young girl at a New York Yankees game.In the hours after the girl was struck in the face by the 105-mph screamer, the game's commissioner vowed to push harder for all teams to extend protective nett... [Read More]
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Yankees third baseman Todd Frazier laced a foul ball into the crowd that struck a young girl in the face during a game against the Twins. A child was hospitalized after being struck by a line-drive foul ball during a New York Yankees-Minnesota Twins game. The incident brought an issue to the forefront the Yankees have been discussing for awhile now -- the expansion of the protective netting around the field. Expanding the net would ensure safety and comfort. Critics think the net will obstruct views, cheapening the game experience. What do you think?... [Read More]
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It might be the shot heard around the baseball world: the rocket-like foul ball that hit a young girl at a New York Yankees game. In the hours after the girl was struck in the face by the 105-mph ball Wednesday night, the game's commissioner vowed to push harder for all parks... [Read More]
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Alex Rodriguez admits to David Ortiz that his New York Yankees teams were obsessed with the Boston Red Sox. [Read More]
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The Yankees' Aaron Judge has been the talk of Major League Baseball this season, with his AL-leading 45 home runs. [Read More]
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During a game between the New York Yankees and Minnesota Twins, a line drive from a Yankees player hit a child in the stands. [Read More]
With each exciting, well-played, extra-inning victory, it's becoming easier to fall for these Red Sox.   Right? Maybe? Just a little bit?   The Sox have secured a postseason berth and are nearing a second-straight American League East title if they hold off those pesky New York Yankees. They could post 95 or more wins, the most since the 2013 World Series team. Their pitching has been exemplary, especially out of a bullpen that seems to thrive in working overtime. The Sox are 15... [Read More]
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Family members say a 2-year-old girl is okay after she was hit by a foul ball at New York's Yankee Stadium. [Read More]
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SI Now co-hosts Maggie Gray and Robin Lundberg dive into MLB's protocol on fan safety after a young fan was struck by a baseball during a New York Yankees game against the Minnesota Twins.        ... [Read More]
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The foul was hit by New York Yankees player Todd Frazier, who says the moment was tough to watch. (Source: WABC/CNN) [Read More]
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Imagine you're at a baseball game and suddenly, a ball coming off the bat at 106 miles per hour hits someone squarely in the face. 106 miles per hour. That's what happened Wednesday afternoon when the New York Yankees hosted the Minnesota Twins. In the immediate aftermath, some players hunched over in concern. Some shed tears. Others prayed. Nobody cared about the baseball game anymore; it was all about the little girl and her safety. Her well-being. And rightfully so. After the game, Brian Dozier and Todd Frazier—the latter of whom hit the baseball—called for expanded netting, as Tim... [Read More]
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A young girl was taken to a local hospital after she was struck by a 105 mph foul ball during Wednesday's game between the Minnesota Twins and the New York Yankees. [Read More]
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A young girl was taken to a local hospital after she was struck by a 105 mph foul ball during Wednesday's game between the Minnesota Twins and the New York Yankees. The Yankees released a statement that said the child received first aid at the stadium and was being treated at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. The incident happened during the fifth inning when Todd Frazier hit a ball into the seats above the dugout along the third base... [Read More]
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