Yu Darvish nearly no-hits the Astros again

After coming within one out of a perfect game against the Astros in 2013, Yu Darvish pitched five perfect innings against Houston on Friday, giving up just one hit over eight frames.

Juan Lagares Trek

Sometimes fate saves you from your own ineptitude.

Vote for your favorite GIF of the week

It's our first THIS WEEK IN GIFs of the baseball season, and the Astros have wasted no time in building their astoundingly crappy GIF legacy. Vote, and help us decide the best of the week.

Why is every young starter amazing these days?

It seems we're like being bombarded by high-quality, youthful starters, but why is that?

Brandon Crawford doubles thanks to seagulls

It was a routine fly ball until the seagulls showed up.

Pray for Billy Hamilton

No one knows if Cincinnati's supremely speedy young outfielder will work out as a big league player. But in a game with something of a weirdness deficit, Hamilton already delivers.

Strasburg racks up Ks, Garcia out for season, more

Stephen Strasburg's strikeout game was on point Thursday. Meanwhile, one promising young White Sox player had a multi-homer game on the same day another found out that he'll miss the rest of the season.

Salazar's record-setting pitching line

Cleveland's second-year hurler did something on Thursday that hasn't been done in at least 100 years.

Michael Pineda has sticky brown goop on his hand

He should not have sticky brown goop on his hand.

Brewers make 'Happy' music video

... and why wouldn't they be?

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