Ruben Tejada #11 of the New York Mets is hit by a slide by Chase Utley #26 of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the seventh inning in an attempt to turn a double play in game two of the National League Division Series at Dodger Stadium on October 10, 2015 in Los

Chase Utley Suspended, Misses 2015 MLB Playoffs' Games 3 & 4 Against NY Mets

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Chase Utley performed what many believed to be an illegal slide last week, barreling into NY Mets second baseman Ruben Tejada, which resulted in a broken leg for the infielder. After a few days of deliberation, the MLB has officially suspended Utley for two games for the slide, which means he'll miss games three and four of the current 2015 playoffs' games for the LA Dodgers. Tejada is clearly out for the remainder of the year with his injury. Utley is expected to appeal the suspension. Read more on this news below.READ MORE

Robert Manfred

New MLB Commissioner Robert Manfred Wants to Make Baseball 'More Accessible'

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MLB has a new commissioner, and his name is Robert Manfred. Taking over for longtime commish Bud Selig Sunday, Jan. 25, the 56-year-old Manfred sent a "letter" via email to fans in one of his first acts in the big boy chair. The new Major League Baseball head was to make the sport "more accessible."READ MORE

Ernie Banks

Chicago Cubs Legend Ernie Banks Dies at 83, Twitter Reacts

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Baseball Hall of Famer Ernie Banks died on Friday at the age of 83, according to a statement released by the Chicago Cubs.READ MORE

Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field Renovation: Chicago Cubs Stadium Will Be Missing Historic Bleachers at Beginning of Season

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Chicago's Wrigley Field is perhaps the most iconic stadium in the United States, with a legitimate claim to G.O.A.T. status over other all-time venues such as Boston's Fenway Park, Green Bay's Lambeau Field and Los Angeles's Rose Bowl. It has provided the Chicago Cubs baseball team with a home since 1916, but did not experience any drastic renovations until nearly a century later in 2014, when the team finally broke ground to fix up the crumbling structure. The current renovations mean Wrigley will be without its most signature seating area — the outfield bleachers — until May 11, more than a month after the new season begins.READ MORE

Johnny Manziel

Curt Schilling Gives Johnny Manziel Twitter Advice, Hilarity Ensues

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The Heisman Trophy winning quarterback, Cleveland Browns rookie Johnny "Football" Manziel, couldn't play his way onto the field for the majority of the season and then completely flopped when he got a chance to prove himself. Former World Series champion Curt Schilling hit Twitter with some advice that had everyone laughing.READ MORE

Josh Donaldson

Josh Donaldson Trade: MLB Fans Scratching Their Heads After A's Move Star Player

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The Oakland Athletics traded away their best player on Friday, a move that had fans and experts alike caught off guard. But they weren't as surprised as Josh Donaldson, the player Oakland sent to the Toronto Blue Jays.READ MORE

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St. Louis Cardinal's Phenom Oscar Taveras Killed In A Car Accident

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Sad news this morning for MLB fans as it has been confirmed that 22-year old Oscar Tavares was killed in a car accident in the Dominican Republic on Sunday. Taveras was driving a 2014 Chevrolet Camaro on a highway between the beaches of Sosua and Cabarete in Puerto Plata, about 215 miles north of the capital of Santo Domingo, at the time of the crash. Col. Diego Pesqueira of the Metropolitan Transportation Agency confirmed, "He wasn't carrying documents at the time of the accident, but his body was identified by family members."READ MORE

Carlos Santana

MLB Announces World Series National Anthem Lineup: Trisha Yearwood, Carlos Santana and More

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Major League Baseball is set for its biggest event of the year, the World Series, and fans will be treated to a country-tinged lineup of national anthem performers. Trisha Yearwood will kick things off in Kansas City tonight, Oct. 21, followed by "American Idol's" Phillip Phillips Oct. 22, Little Big Town Oct. 24 in San Francisco and an instrumental version by Carlos Santana Oct. 25, according to radio.com.READ MORE

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