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Moore goes 7 strong innings, Rangers beat Rays 7-2
Matt Moore allowed an unearned run over seven innings in his first start against his former team and the Texas Rangers beat the Tampa Bay Rays 7-2
Snell, Rays top White Sox 6-5; Chicago drops to 0-5 at home
Blake Snell pitched one-hit ball and struck out 10 through six innings and the Tampa Bay Rays kept the White Sox winless at home this season, beating Chicago 6-5. The White Sox dropped to 0-5 at Guaranteed Rate Field
Red Sox rally past Rays for 8th straight win
Benintendi gets key hit as Red Sox rally past Rays 8-7 for 8th straight win
The Match Game: Where top free agents should sign and how well they'll do
We're now within a month of the official opening of spring training, and we're still waiting for the mechanic to come fix the decidedly lukewarm hot stove. Of Keith Law's top 50 free agents coming into the winter, 30 remain unsigned, including eight of the top 10 players. Rather than bemoan this
Police heighten New York City Marathon security after deadly truck attack
NYPD Chief Carlos Gomez laid out the enhanced security plans ahead of the race.
New York City Marathon taking place in the wake of deadly truck attack
Runners from across the country and around the world will compete in the New York City Marathon on Sunday, just five days after a truck ramming attack killed eight people and wounded others in lower Manhattan. More than 51,000 people will participate in this year's marathon, while another 2.5
Police ramping up New York City Marathon security after deadly truck attack
The New York City Marathon is upping its security ahead of Sunday's race, following the truck ramming attack that killed eight in lower Manhattan on Tuesday afternoon. With over 51,000 runners participating and an expected 2.5 million spectators lining the streets across multiple boroughs, police
NYPD releases video of fatal shooting of knife-wielding man with history of mental illness
The nation’s largest police force Thursday released, for the first time, video footage from officers’ body cameras that captured a fatal shooting this month in New York City. The NYPD acted, over the objection of local prosecutors, in response to public pressure over the Sept. 6 fatal shooting in
NYPD swears in over 500 new recruits
NYPD holds swearing-in ceremony just one day after an officer was slain while on duty in the Bronx.
Which team made all the right moves to win in 2017?
We still have more than a month to go until the official start of spring, the vernal equinox, but baseball fans go by a different reckoning than the astronomers. For us, spring training means spring, even if there's a foot of snow on the ground -- and no scientist or groundhog can convince us