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Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. has been busy fielding trade offers on his team's high-priced vets. Will he make a move? That and more on this week's Around the NL East.
With the trade deadline approaching, the Phillies may be on the verge of a roster re-haul. That and more on this week's Around the NL East.
With both teams atop division at the All-Star Break, it looks like the NL East will come down to the Nationals and Braves.
The team announced the suspension on its Twitter feed, with no further explanation. Manager Fredi Gonzalez also declined to elaborate when asked about the punishment before the Braves' game against the Chicago Cubs.
After teetering in early June, the Braves have been on fire ever since and have re-taken the division lead. That and more on this week's Around the NL East.
News of the Braves' demise may have been greatly exaggerated, as Atlanta has retaken the division lead. That and more on this week's "Around the NL East".
He has the most wins on the team, and a better ERA than Strasburg or Zimmermann. Is Tanner Roark the Nats' best starter right now? That and more on Stock Watch.
Injuries and ineffectiveness have plagued Atlanta's rotation recently. Can they recover? That and more as we go Around the NL East.
After posting two quality outings over the weekend, Tyler Clippard hopes his recent struggles against the Braves are a thing of the past.