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The Pittsburgh Pirates aren't wasting much time to see what their new acquisitions can do.
In the middle of a surprising season, the Cleveland Indians are getting an ace rather than trading one away.
Albert Pujols got the 2,000th hit of his career, doubling down the third-base line in the eighth inning of the St. Louis Cardinals' game against the Chicago Cubs on Friday night.
All-Star slugger Lance Berkman is out of the lineup again for the St. Louis Cardinals in the opener of a three-game series against the Chicago Cubs.
Spurned by Carlos Beltran, the Cleveland Indians traded for Kosuke Fukudome and hope to keep upgrading their sagging offense.
The scene was an unfamiliar one: Jordan Zimmermann, the Washington Nationals' 25-year-old ace-in-the-making, craning his neck as he watched the ball crack off the Houston Astros' bats.
Philadelphia Phillies ace Roy Halladay left Monday night's 6-1 loss to the Chicago Cubs because of the steamy conditions at Wrigley Field.