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'The Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived On'

Ted Williams left behind so many unanswered questions that two of his children went to the extreme edges of science to find more time for them to be answered, while his third child went to equal extremes to stop them. His legacy

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Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Bryce Harper just hit a homer that might've been high enough to be caught on Washington D.C. radar.

Bryce Harper blasts 2nd HR of game

Harper's two-run shot gave the Nationals a 4-2 lead in the third. It's the 6th multi-HR game of Harper's career. Follow live

Detroit Tigers @tigers

Verlander was given the clearance to resume a throwing progression designed to return him to full competition.

Miami jumps on Scherzer early

The game is barely two innings old, but Max Scherzer has already yielded five hits to the Marlins, who have a 2-1 lead. Follow live

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The 10 best center fielders of all time

In honor of Willie Mays' 84th birthday, SportsNation ranked the 10 fleetest flyhawks in MLB history. Who's No. 1? Not this guy

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Buster: Market watch for Lohse, Gomez

MLB execs tell Buster Olney the Brewers are likely to deal Kyle Lohse, may deal Carlos Gomez and will not deal Jonathan Lucroy.

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Barry Bonds: 'No doubt' I belong in Hall

Via ESPN The Mag: "I don’t really get caught up into the wrong of how it's being done. They're wrong, bottom line. I believe it’ll turn. Just -- time. I think it’s just time. But do I belong there? There’s no doubt in my mind.” Bonds shifting gears

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SportsCenter @sportscenter

On this date 100 years ago, Red Sox pitcher Babe Ruth hit his first career home run in a game against the Yankees.