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Mets looking to move forward with Harvey.

Although the Mets don't know what to expect from Matt Harvey, Buster Olney thinks the team must find a way to help Harvey regain his confidence.

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Nationals

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Nationals

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Harper not a fan of participation trophies.

Nationals star Bryce Harper addresses some little leaguers and makes it clear he is not about handing out participation trophies.

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Yankees

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Yankees

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The superstitious side of Aaron Judge.

The Yankees outfielder explains some of his unique routines, including his chewing-gum quirk.

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Polanco's connection to home remains strong.

Pirates OF Gregory Polanco's hometown of Villa Mella, Dominican Republic, is a constant reminder of who he is, where he has come from and how far he's come.

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Dodgers

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Kershaw's journey to 2K strikeouts.

Clayton Kershaw's punchout power began with the first batter he faced in the majors, and he hardly has slowed down since.

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Nationals

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Strasburg sets career high with 15 strikeouts.

Check out all of Stephen Strasburg's strikeouts from his career-high game against the Padres. Strasburg threw 108 pitches over seven innings.

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Strasburg has found a way to cut down HR rate.

Buster Olney explains how Stephen Strasburg is finding his comfort level on the mound and giving the Nationals another dominant starter behind Max Scherzer.

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Angels

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Trout jump-starts Angels with 456-foot HR.

Mike Trout smacks a long 456-foot solo home run to left field in the top of the first inning to give the Angels a lead over the Marlins.

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Is Price right?

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  • Is Boston breaking David Price?

    Forget postseason pressure. The Red Sox need their lefty now. But if he's ready -- and pitches like an ace -- it could buy him a ticket out of town.

Beisbol Experience

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  • In his 20th year in MLB, Bartolo Colón still loves this game

    On his 44th birthday, Bartolo Colón says no one is more surprised than he is that he's still pitching. But he's driven by a love for the game, an appreciation for his experiences -- and maybe a chance at another home run.

Judge HR tracker

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  • The Aaron Judge home run tracker

    Just how many homers can the Yankees right fielder hit this season? We're about to find out. Follow along as we track the new slugger in the Bronx.