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Immortalizing the moment when Mets left fielder Vinny Rottino tried to send a walk-off win to the 13th inning.

Brace yourself for a controversial opinion: umpires have, on occasion, been known to make mistakes. Hey, don't look at me. It's not my ​opinion. But it is Mets left fielder Vinny Rottino's opinion, we can only assume, because he tried to make an umpire err last night.

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The tater trots for May 28: 45 HRs around the league, including Trumbo's walkoff, Zimmermann's shot, Soriano's trot, and Rottino's sprint.

Holy cannoli. Major league baseball players certianly did not take a day of rest on Monday. Instead, they gave the throngs of fans who showed up to the ballpark on their day off quite the show. Across the league, there were 45 home runs on Monday, with every game except the Cincinnati/Pittsburgh meeting featuring at least one. In Chicago, the Cubs and Padres combined for eight home runs on a windy day.

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August 6, 2009 7:21 pm

Transaction Action: Assorted National League Moves


Christina Kahrl

Various moves by senior circuit squads.

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Activated C-R Chris Snyder from the 15-day DL; optioned C-S Luke Carlin to Reno (Triple-A). [7/28]

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Placed MI-S Andres Blanco on the 15-day DL (strained calf); recalled LHP Tom Gorzelanny from Iowa (Triple-A). [8/4]
Activated INF-S Aaron Miles from the 15-day DL; optioned RHP Jeff Stevens to Iowa; released LHP Jason Waddell. [8/5]

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November 20, 2006 12:00 am

Future Shock: Monday Morning Ten Pack, 11/20/06


Kevin Goldstein

With the Arizona Fall League now over, Kevin looks back at some performances from a few notable youngsters.

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Kevin moves over to the senior circuit, highlighting NL players who have seen their stock rise or fall in spring training.

With spring training close to wrapping up and most prospects without big league jobs already reassigned to minor league camp, it's not too early to take a look at the spring statistics to see which player's stocks are rising and falling. Spring stats should always be taken with a grain of salt, so here's some additional background of some of the National League's best and worst performances by prospects. Statistics are through games of March 27.

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