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MLB News Index
  1. We'll begin a new week with another Braves-Phillies series and end it with a Angels-Yankees pitching matchup -- Shohei Ohtani vs. Masahiro Tanaka -- that'll resonate across at least two continents. Let's run down this week's schedule and pick the best of each day. Grab your popcorn and enjoy the show.
  2. Jordan Hicks fired the five fastest pitches of the 2018 season during his ninth-inning matchup with Phillies outfielder Odubel Herrera, including two pitches that reached an even 105 mph, per Statcast™, en route to a strikeout
  3. Hitters are 1-for-44 (!) vs. Ohtani's splitter
  4. Houston's starting rotation is easily the best in baseball, and that's no surprise. They were expected to be. But merely saying they're the best of 2018 is hardly enough. Where will they rank among all-time rotations?
  5. One of the great baseball maxims is "speed never slumps." Sometimes hard-hit grounders don't find a hole, sometimes line drives are right at a guy, sometimes the wind knocks down would-be homers. But speed is always there. Speed is of use everywhere, from a dribbler down the third-base line, to a ball hit into the gap, to the cascading tension of a stolen-base attempt. The game changes a little bit every year, but speed is always useful.
  6. The Braves rallied from six runs down against the Marlins and walked off, 10-9, in the ninth on Sunday on Dansby Swanson's two-run single, his first hit since coming off the disabled list. Lewis Brinson hit his first grand slam and Miguel Rojas recorded his first multi-homer game for the Marlins.
  7. Fan eats ice cream out of a (non-mini) helmet
  8. Posey shows off reflexes on game-ending play
  9. J.D. Martinez continues to be red-hot, as he belted a pair of homers in Sunday afternoon's 5-0 win against the Orioles at Fenway Park.
  10. Sonny Gray turned in his best outing of the year by allowing just four hits over eight innings and Tyler Austin launched a pair of two-run homers to lift the Yankees to their eighth straight series win. Austin leads all American League rookies with eight homers as Miguel Andujar and Austin Romine also went deep for the Yanks. Royals starter Eric Skoglund went just five innings in his worst start of the season.

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