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MLB Network Radio reacts to Michael Pineda’s pine tar suspension

Major League Baseball has spoken: Yankees starting pitcher Michael Pineda was suspended 10 games for using a foreign substance in Wednesday night’s game against the Boston Red Sox. The Yankees righty was ejected in the second inning after Red Sox manager John … Continued

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How many teams has Angels IF John McDonald played for?

The Los Angeles Angels are in town to face the Washington Nationals, so Angels infielder John McDonald stopped by the MLB Network Radio studios in Washington D.C. to chat with Mike Ferrin and Jim Duquette on Power Alley. The guys … Continued

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Nats’ Matt Williams on Bryce Harper’s hustle: ‘The way he plays 99% of the time, that helps us’

Bryce Harper may have been benched on Saturday for lack of hustle (which made the Nats game program rather ironic), but for Nationals manager Matt Williams, it ends there.

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Jim Bowden to Gerrit Cole: Make a pitch and shut up

It’s only April, but tempers flared at summer temperatures on Sunday afternoon as the Pirates and Brewers engaged in a benches-clearing brawl. Brewers’ center fielder Carlos Gomez‘s admiring of what he thought was a home run off Pirates’ Gerrit Cole – it … Continued

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Basketball and Beyond season nine in review: Ken Jeong, LeBron James and more

From MVP candidates in the NBA, to Hall of Famers across several sports, to hoodie enthusiasts, and even to “that guy from that thing,” season nine of Basketball and Beyond with Coach K had it all. Each week throughout the … Continued

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Bowden: Carlos Gomez an ‘MVP-caliber player’

Carlos Gomez‘s hot start for the Milwaukee Brewers isn’t an anomaly, says MLB Network Radio’s Jim Bowden. How much so? Expect Gomez to build on his 2013 campaign and emerge as an MVP candidate in the National League. “After Trout … Continued

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Joe Nathan: I’ve been pitching through dead arm

Joe Nathan‘s Detroit Tigers career hasn’t started out all that smoothly, as the team’s new veteran closer has surrendered two runs, along with three hits and two walks, in his first two outings of the season. Monday on Mad Dog … Continued

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Finding Jeter: The case for Cody Asche

This is Derek Jeter‘s final season, his curtain call if you will. As such, I’m holding auditions for a new favorite baseball player. My new favorite player obviously has some big shoes to fill, and he definitely has to be … Continued

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Wanted: A new favorite baseball player

Tuesday is the final first day of the season for Derek Jeter. For him, it means he has 162 games to get to one more postseason. For me, it means I have 162 games to find a new favorite player. It’s not … Continued

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MLB Network Radio’s 2014 season predictions

The 2014 MLB season is here, and MLB Network Radio has polled their hosts and analysts for their season predictions. So, who’s hoisting the Commissioner’s Trophy in 2014? Follow your team all season long with MLB Network Radio, Sirius channel … Continued