Country Rewind: Alan Jackson Tells Us to Keep it Country on ‘Don’t Rock the Jukebox’

Alan Jackson has been cranking out country music hits for decades, but maybe his most beloved country song — and one of his most popular music videos — is “Don’t Rock the Jukebox.” (It’s definitely a tune you’ll find on any playlist purporting to be the greatest hits collection of Jackson’s career.) Jackson wrote the […]

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Max Scherzer Working With Renewed Higher Back Issues

Right after coming off of the hurt checklist to commence yesterday, Nationals ace Max Scherzer woke up with renewed stiffness in his back again, Mark Zuckerman of MASNsports.com reports. It is not obvious at this stage no matter if he’ll skip his following scheduled get started and/or demand a return excursion to the 10-working day IL. […]

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Mariners Position Dee Gordon On IL, Designate Parker Markel For Assignment

6:25pm: Manager Scott Servais explained to reporters that Gordon will be out at minimum a few of months (Twitter connection through Ryan Divish of the Seattle Moments). An MRI uncovered a strain that is worse than a normal Quality 1 pressure but not fairly a Grade 2 pressure. 4:55pm: The Mariners declared on Tuesday that […]

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Proficiently Wild Episode 1407: How A lot is That Wild Card in the Window?

Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller banter about a bat in entrance of residence plate that deflected a ball, the José Ramírez resurgence, the base stealer in a Statcast advertisement, an Andrelton Simmons shift that was not, the Atlantic League, a viral Oliver Drake pitch, and a misguided (and unguided) bunt by Fernando Tatís, Jr., then […]

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Most current On Max Scherzer – MLB Trade Rumors

Today:  Nationals GM Mike Rizzo told reporters (such as Jesse Dougherty of the Washington Post) that he is “fairly assured” Scherzer will appear off the wounded list this week.  As Dougherty notes, this projection carries some excess excess weight coming from Rizzo, who “is normally resistant to placing even loose timelines on injuries.” FRIDAY: The […]

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Sunday Notes: San Francisco’s Shaun Anderson is an Anomaly Who Attacks

A few bumpy outings aside, Shaun Anderson has had a solid rookie season with the San Francisco Giants. Since debuting in mid-May, the 24-year-old right-hander has won three of five decisions, and on six occasions he’s gone at least five innings while allowing just a pair of runs. Overall, he has a 4.87 ERA and […]

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