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  • Furcal not starting one day after crucial error

    Shortstop Rafael Furcal was not in the St. Louis Cardinals' lineup, a day after he committed a critical error in a ninth-inning collapse against the New York Mets.


  • LaHair homers in another impressive show for Cubs

    Even though the Chicago Cubs aren't in a pennant race, Bryan LaHair and Rodrigo Lopez have plenty to play for this year.


  • Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg warms up near the warning track Sept. 6, 2011, as the Nationals host the Los Angeles Dodgers at Nationals Park in D.C. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)

    Nats release 2012 schedule

    Major League Baseball announced the 2012 schedule Wednesday morning and for the Nationals it features a season opener in the Windy City, a visit from the New York Yankees and trips to Boston and Toronto during interleague play.


  • Mets denied right to wear special caps

    Major League Baseball denied the New York Mets' request to wear baseball caps Sunday night honoring New York emergency service departments for their game against the Chicago Cubs on the 10th anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks.


  • Mets' request to wear special caps denied

    Major League Baseball denied the New York Mets' request to wear baseball caps Sunday night honoring New York emergency service departments for their game against the Chicago Cubs on the 10th anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks.


  • This Date In Baseball

    Sept. 3


  • McCutchen hit by pitch, leaves game

    Pittsburgh Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen had to leave Friday's game against the Chicago Cubs after he was hit by a pitch.


  • Cubs pitcher Zambrano to miss rest of season

    Chicago Cubs' right-hander Carlos Zambrano will sit out the rest of the season after his 30-day suspension ends after games of Sept. 11.


  • Cubs Zambrano to miss rest of season

    Chicago Cubs' right-hander Carlos Zambrano will sit out the rest of the season after his 30-day suspension ends Sept. 11.


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