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Cards fire scouting director over hacking scandal

The first casualty from "Hackgate" was claimed Thursday, and it was the man who oversaw the St. Louis Cardinals' amateur draft less than a month ago.

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Charges pending in Cardinals-Astros case

Federal investigators have recommended charges be brought against at least one St. Louis Cardinals employee implicated in the probe of an alleged computer intrusion of databases belonging to the Houston Astros, officials said.

Jose Fernandez returns from Tommy John surgery

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Marlins' Fernandez returns with a boom

Jose Fernandez, making his return to the Miami Marlins rotation after Tommy John elbow surgery and a nearly 14-month recovery process, slugged a solo home run, sparking a four-run Miami rally in the fifth inning.

Alex Rodriguez, New York Yankees, 2015 spring training

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A-Rod, Yankees negotiating compromise over HR bonus

Alex Rodriguez and the New York Yankees are in negotiations designed at reaching middle ground in their standoff over the $6 million contract bonus due Rodriguez for hitting his 661st career home run.

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MLB roundup: Indians' Carrasco nearly no-hits Rays

For the third night in a row, the Cleveland Indians took a perfect game into the sixth inning against the Tampa Bay Rays, and Carlos Carrasco lost his no-hitter with two outs in the ninth inning, settling for an 8-1 win Wednesday at Tropicana Field.

Calvin Coolidge, Washington Nationals Presidents Race

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Nats to add Coolidge as newest 'Racing President'

Move over, George Washington. There's a new president in town. At Nationals Park, more specifically.

Jerry Dipoto, Los Angeles Angels GM

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Angels' Dipoto out as GM

Jerry Dipoto is out as general manager of the Los Angeles Angels.

Chris Sale, Chicago White Sox

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MLB roundup: Sale ties strikeout record

Chris Sale tied a 16-year old major league record and even picked up his first big league hit but wasn't around when Tyler Flowers hit a two-out solo home run in the top of the 11th inning that gave the Chicago White Sox a 2-1 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals.

Kansas City Royals players celebrating

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Royals still dominate All-Star voting

Only a few more days of fan voting remain for the selection of the American League and National League starters in the All-Star Game, and the Kansas City Royals still dominate the AL squad.

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MLB roundup: Indians rookie dominates Rays

Cleveland rookie right-hander Cody Anderson took a perfect game into the seventh inning, and the Indians beat the Tampa Bay Rays 7-1 with a combined three-hitter Monday at Tropicana Field.

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