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Somebody went rogue with hack of Astros, says Cardinals boss

Cardinals chairman Bill DeWitt Jr. says his team's alleged hack of the Astros' analytics database last year is a case of "roguish behavior" by, well, someone.DeWitt added that he's in the dark 夜网论坛about a possible motive. MORE: Save us your conspiracy theories | Cardinals now baseball's biggest heels“I still don’t know the reason for it,” DeWitt said, per The Associated Press. “I can’t come up with a reason for it. It goes against everything we stand for. We don’t know who did what here.” The Houston Chronicle reported Thursday night that the Cardinals breached the Astros' database in 2012, 2013 and 2014. Previous reports mentioned just the '13 and '14 incidents. The Chronicle cited a source with knowledge of the details of the FBI's investigation into the case. The source requested anonymity.DeWitt denied having any involvement in the scandal. Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak did the same Wednesday. The Astros said little Thursday night in response."(Team owner) Jim (Crane), (general manager) Jeff (Luhnow) and our entire organization have a tremendous amount of respect for Mr. DeWitt and the Cardinals organization. We have no doubt that they will handle this appropriately," Astros general counsel Giles Kibbe said in a statement.The Astros hired Luhnow from the Cardinals in December 2011. Media have speculated that people in the Cardinals' organization hacked the Astros' database because Luhnow took proprietary information with him to Houston. Luhnow denied doi[......]

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A-Rod, Yankees working on deal to donate HR bonus to charities

夜网论坛 Baseball It sounds like the Yankees will in fact pay out the milestone bonuses specified in Alex Rodriguez's contract — but the money probably won't go to A-Rod.The team, the players' union and Rodriguez's representatives have made "quiet progress" in recent weeks on a plan to distribute the $6 million bonus Rodriguez is due for hitting his 660th home run to a variety of charities, Fox Sports reports.  MORE: These are the worst alternate uniformsThe deal isn't done yet, but the proposal calls for the money to be divided among several charities selected by Rodriguez and Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner. That would seem as amicable a solution as possible to the dispute, which centers on a marketing agreement the slugger signed with the team, but the Yankees have said they will not follow through after Rodriguez missed the entire 2014 season while serving a PED suspension.And even if this agreement comes to fruition, there are more potential hurdles to be cleared in the coming years. Rodriguez also would be due $6 million bonuses for reaching each of the three magic numbers on the career home run list — the totals of 714, 755 and 762 put up by Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron and Barry Bonds — and another $6 million for passing Bonds.[......]

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Jayson Werth to join minors for rehab assignment

Baseball Jayson Werth is finally on the mend.After missing nearly two months because of a broken wrist, the Nationals outfielder 夜网论坛will begin a minor league rehab assignment with High-A Potomac Thursday, CSNWashington.com reported. MORE: Near-misses, snubs from 's Franchise Four | Predicting 's second half — Pirates find their strideThe move could position Werth to return to the Nationals ahead of schedule. During the past few weeks, he was seen practicing in the outfield and swinging a bat.  Werth, 36, was hit by a pitch on May 15 against San Diego, prompting him to leave the game. He had surgery two weeks later after two small fractures were discovered in his wrist.Werth began the season on the disabled list while recovering from right shoulder surgery. He only appeared at the plate 119 times and had a sluggish slash line of .208/.294/.287.His return would be a welcomed sight for the NL East leaders, who also have Ryan Zimmerman (foot), Anthony Rendon (quadriceps) and Denard Span (back) also on the DL.[......]

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Troy Tulowitzki trade: Rockies deal SS to Blue Jays for Reyes, pitchers

The Blue Jays and Rockies reportedly have agreed to the biggest trade yet ahead of this year's non-waiver deadline.Toronto is acquiring All-Star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki and right-handed reliever LaTroy Hawkins from the Rockies in exchange for shortstop Jose Reyes and three minor leaguers, according to Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal and CBSSports.com's Jon Heyman. Right-handers Miguel Castro and Jeff Hoffman, two of the Jays' top pitching prospects, will head to Colorado, according to multiple reports. Heyman reported Tuesday morning that the fourth player may be right-hander Jesus Tinoco. MORE: 11 Padres who could be moved | Jays should go get Cole HamelsFox Sports' Jon Paul Morosi reported that Reyes likely will be flipped to a third team in a separate trade, but the New York Post's Joel Sherman reported the Rockies have not yet lined up a deal. Colorado has a top shortstop prospect, Trevor Story, who was recently promoted to Triple-A. Neither team has confirmed the reports. .com's Thomas Harding reported that Tulowitzki met with Rockies manager Walt Weiss in Weiss' 夜网论坛office at Wrigley Field late Monday after the Rockies lost to the Cubs on Kris Bryant's first career walkoff home run. Tulowitzki then left the ballpark without speaking to reporters.In Tulowitzki, the Jays add another power bat to an offense that leads the majors with 5.28 runs per game. The 30-year-old was batting .305/.353/.478 with 12 home runs heading into Monday's game. He joins fellow right-hande[......]

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Notorious baseball collector roughed up at Yankee Stadium

Baseball Zack Hample, the man who caught Alex夜网论坛 Rodriguez’s 3,000th hit, suffered several scratches to his neck Wednesday at Yankee Stadium fighting for a ball during batting practice before the Yankees’ matchup with the Orioles.Hample told NJ Media the man fighting him for the ball "was basically throwing punches and absolutely assaulting me like a maniac."  MORE: Rosanne's Star-Bungled Banner 25 years laterUnfortunately the answer to "Have you ever gotten into a fight for a ball?" is now yes. I was flat-out assaulted. pic.twitter.com/MADnmIiTBy— Zack Hample (@zack_hample) July 22, 2015I'm scraped up in various places. The @Yankees Stadium medical staff says these are fingernail scratches: pic.twitter.com/EqO773iZj1— Zack Hample (@zack_hample) July 22, 2015"For 10, 15, 20 seconds, he was trying to injure me," Hample said. The Yankees released a statement on the incident that read:An incident took place between Zack Hample and another fan during batting practice when an Orioles player attempted to toss a ball into the right-field stands. After a brief altercation, the two parties were separated. After carefully reviewing video recordings of the incident — in which no punches were thrown and there was not a clear determination of who was the aggressor — Yankees operations personnel reassigned the other fan, along with his father, to a different seat location within the stadium. Reports were also taken by security o[......]

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Young Reds fan throws back souvenir ball from Ryan Braun

Ryan Braun tried to be a nice guy and got rejected.After catching a fly ball for the third out in the bottom 夜网论坛of the second inning in Sunday's game between the Brewers and Reds, Braun turned to toss the ball to a young Cincinnati fan. It was a gesture of goodwill to limit the avalanche of boos Braun typically receives outside of Milwaukee. It didn't work. MORE: Players we'd love to see in the Home Run Derby | Carlos Gomez leaves gum for Billy Hamilton To his credit, Braun did run back to pick up the ball and give the fan a second chance. Hopefully dad was able to keep his son from throwing it out the window on the drive home.[......]

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trade rumors: Dodgers tell teams that Yasiel Puig is available

Baseball 夜网论坛 THE RUMOR: The Dodgers have let teams know that Yasiel Puig is available in "the right deal."REPORTED BY: USA Today's Bob Nightengale MORE: Classic photos of Yasiel Puig | 11 Padres who could be on the move | Giants eyeing Reds' Chapman?THE DETAILS: News of Puig being back on the trading block comes as a surprise after CBS Sports' Jon Heyman was told Saturday by Dodgers sources that the organization assured Puig he would not be dealt this trading season.  THIS SEASON: Puig is batting .253/.327/.423 with six homers in 53 games after missing six weeks because of a hamstring injury. The controversial Cuban is owed $4.5 million this season and is under club control for three more seasons at $19.5 million total. OUR TAKE: It is going to be difficult for the Dodgers and other teams to find common ground about Puig. He is one of the most intriguing outfielders to watch in the field, and when he's healthy he is dangerous at the plate, as evidenced by his .305/.386/.502 line through his first two seasons. Puig is still just 24 and is currently playing at a level that's commensurate with the money remaining on his deal.The Dodgers will want to sell his upside, while interested teams can point to his reported problems with teammates and the fact he's striking out 21.7 percent of the time this season. It's no secret the Dodgers are one of the favorites to land Phillies ace Cole Hamels, but Puig will likely need to[......]

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Nightly 9: Chris Archer continues dominance; Madison Bumgarner strikes out career-high 14

Baseball Each night we'll provide you with the nine top story lines from the day's action, beginning with the stars of the day, and look ahead to the next day's matchups.Chris Archer hasn't lost in almost two months after another dominating performance Tuesday. The Rays' emerging ace allowed three hits and two runs (one earned) over eight innings in Tampa Bay's 4-3 victory over Toronto at Tropicana Field. MORE: Dad makes awesome, but illegal, catch while holding baby | Is your team a buyer or a seller?Archer had a no-hitter going until catcher Dioner Navarro homered with one out in the fifth inning. Still, he improved to 6-1 in 12 career starts against Toronto. It was the 10th time in 16 starts this season he has allowed one earned run or fewer. Archer's streak without a loss is now the longest of his career, spanning nine starts since his last losing decision, at home against the Rangers on May 7. He's earned six wins in that span with three no-decisions. Giants ace Madison Bumgarner, meanwhile, gave up two runs over 7 1/3 innings but settled for a hard-luck no-decision as the Giants fell to the Padres 3-2 in 11 innings. He surrendered just five hits, walked one and struck out a career-high 14.#MadBum threw 14 Ks in 7.1 innings. We've got all 14 in six seconds. #SFGVine. https://t.co/ArZBm6EZ4w— San Francisco Giants (@SFGiants) June 24, 2015Both runs scored in the top of the eighth inning. The Padres took the l[......]

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Cole Hamels tosses no-hitter against Cubs

It might have been his last game with the Phillies, but Cole Hamels made sure Saturday's outing against the Cubs at Wrigley Field was one to remember. Hamels threw his first career no-hitter, complete with 13 strikeouts.He threw 129 pitches and gave up two walks, both to Dexter Fowler. MORE: Best trade destinations for Hamels | Best lefties in historyAlthough Saturday was Hamels' first career no-hitter, he was part of a combined no-hitter against the Braves on Sept. 1, 2014, along with Jake Diekman, Ken Giles and Jonathan Papelbon. On the last at-bat of the game, Kris Bryant skied a deep shot to center. Phillies center fielder Odubel Herrera appeared to fall down on the warning track, but made the catch anyway to secure the bid.After striking out the side in the seventh inning, Hamels nearly lost the no-hitter on the second batter of the eighth. David Ross looked like he might get the Cubs on the board with a deep drive to left center, but Herrera laid out for a diving catch at the wall to keep the no-no alive. The Cubs had not been no-hit since Sept. 9, 1965, when Sandy Koufax and the Dodgers kept them out of the hit column. With Saturday's no-no, the Phillies tied the Giants for most no-hitters since 2010 (four), according to ESPN Stats and Info."It's just exciting to pick the team up," Hamels said on Comcast SportsNet after the game. "We've been playing really well. Being able to pound the zone is something I wanted to do, really be aggressive in the zone. When[......]

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Mets trade rumors: These three hitters could help inept offense

The Mets head to Washington for as big a series as they have had in years, to be followed by the biggest homestand they have had in years, with the Dodgers, Padres and Nationals coming to Queens. While New York sits two games out of first place in the National League East, the Mets are doing so with an incredibly unbalanced roster – all pitching, next-to-no hitting.Sunday’s game, in which the Mets squeaked out a 3-1 win in 18 innings in St. Louis, was extreme — the Mets went 1-for-26 with runners in scoring position — but also thoroughly indicative of New York’s needs with less than two weeks to go before the trade deadline. TRADE RUMORS: Where will Hamels land? | What about Cueto?The Mets have scored fewer runs than every team in baseball except the White Sox. They have the fewest hits of any team in the big leagues. Their team line is .234/.300/.362 — ranking 30th, 26th and 29th in the majors. New York’s team OPS+ of 84 is tied with the Phillies for the worst of any team. Among Mets regulars, the only players with an OPS+ of a league-average 100 or better are Curtis Granderson (116) and Lucas Duda (110), with injured catcher Travis d’Arnaud at 140 in 77 plate appearances and Daniel Murphy at 99. In other words, it would be reasonable for the Mets to seek upgrades at any position.With as young a team as the Mets have, there should be willingness to deal players from the minor league system, with the exception of 2014 first-round pick Michael Conforto, who has hi[......]

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