Dodgers Set New NL Home Run Record for Single Season
The Los Angeles Dodgers have hit 250 home runs this season,
breaking the National League record of
249 set by the Houston Astros in 2000.
The Dodgers won 7-3 over the Colorado..
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Fan Who Signed With A's Strikes Out All Three Batters in Debut
Nathan Patterson struck
out the side in his first
Patterson gained attention
for throwing 96 mph at a
speed-pitch radar booth
at a Colorado Rockies..
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MLB Fan Signed by Pro Team
After Seen Throwing 96 MPH.
Nathan Patterson has inked a contract with the Oakland A's after video was uploaded of him throwing at a speed-pitch radar booth.
The clip, which was filmed by his brother Christian, was at the..
MLB's Troy Tulowitzki to Retire The 34-year-old five-time All-Star
is hanging up his cleats after
13 seasons in the league. "Tulo" spent most of his career with the Colorado Rockies before leaving for
the Toronto Blue Jays in 2015. During the past..
Nationals' Trea Turner Hits Second Career Cycle
Against Rockies Single. Double. Triple. Home run. Turner became the third player in
MLB history to hit for the cycle
multiple times against the same team. Fred Clarke of the Pittsburgh Pirates