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Tyler Kepner

Feeling good about this Cy pick. But then again, I pick him every year.
Hal Steinbrenner says spending parity is “good for baseball," despite the Yankees' struggles
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In the American League ERA race, Coke is it!
For Kansas City Royals, a middling return to New York
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The link between Robin Ventura, the 2000 Mets and this season's White Sox, by @TylerKepner
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Happy Birthday to the incomparable Willie Mays, who apparently once celebrated the big day at The Vet.
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The Yankees had made up with Rodriguez. Now they have to look elsewhere, writes @TylerKepner
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With Andy Green the Padres have a manager who should help them grow, @TylerKepner explains
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The labels put on Dusty Baker say more about baseball than him, writes @TylerKepner
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In the Mets, the Indians see the kind of team they want to be, @TylerKepner explains
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It's a long season and platoons are part of the Yankees' process, @TylerKepner explains
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An opt-out clause in Class AAA ball is a lottery ticket, and Rich Hill won, by @TylerKepner
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The Yankees have the highest success rate challenging umpires' calls. The reason? This guy.
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Also liked seeing this memorial to Ray Chapman, the only MLB player ever to die from being hit by a pitch.
Cool how the Indians' Top 100 Players wall behind CF uses signatures on a black backdrop, like the Rock & Roll HOF.
Matt Harvey dominates, for a while, then falters again in the sixth
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Bob Feller's bat, used in 1948 by a dying Babe Ruth in Yankee Stadium farewell, on display at the Indians' ballpark.
Interesting billboard high above RF here in Cleveland. In the visiting dugout tonight: Terry Collins Enterprises.
Will these be Kobe's final points? He's got 45 with 3:46 left...
Wait. This isn't a baseball stadium.
A few words about Vin Scully, a storyteller who has seen it all
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The racing stripes are back. But can the Mets emulate their 1986 championship forefathers?
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