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Ranger Suárez’s ERA drops without him even pitching

Ranger Suárez’s 2024 season has been so dominant that his ERA drops without him even throwing. An MLB scoring change, announced Friday, from Suárez’s last start has shaved two earned runs off his season total and accordingly reduced his ERA from 2.01 to 1.83. (The latter leads MLB, and the former would’ve as well.) The play in question: a two-on, no-out grounder from Ryan Kreidler, originally scored a base hit but changed to an error on Trea Turner. Four runs would eventually score in the inni

Bryce Harper doesn’t feel ejection was necessary: ‘He kinda just was like, ‘Eh”

DENVER — Bryce Harper, in his telling, was just trying to have a conversation. The next thing he knew, his night was over. Through the eyes of the two-time MVP, that’s how Harper’s interaction with home plate umpire Brian Walsh in the first inning, which ended in his second straight Coors Field ejection, went on Friday night. Harper took exception to an 0-1 Ty Blach sinker that seemed like a 50-50 call right around the low and inside corner of the strike zone. He and Walsh went back and forth

Aidan Miller has another four-hit game for Threshers

While the Phillies are giving fans every reason to keep their attention on the major-league club this year, Aidan Miller is reminding people not to forget about the happenings in Clearwater. The Phillies’ second-best prospect had another four-hit game for the Threshers on Wednesday, and this one was even better than the last. Miller went 4-for-5 with two doubles, four RBIs and his third homer of the season in the Threshers’ 9-8 loss to the Tampa Tarpons, the Yankees’ Single-A affiliate. It’s t

Managers, former teammate react to Mike Trout injury news: ‘It stinks’

ANAHEIM — No one raised an eyebrow at Mike Trout during the Angels’ 6-5 win over the Phillies on Monday night. There was no reason to. Trout went to the plate all four times the leadoff spot came up for Los Angeles. Manned center field all nine innings. Stole a bag. Scored from second on a wild pitch. The biggest abnormality for the future Hall of Famer was the zero in the hit column.
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