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4/28/2016 | Pujols' milestone homer tops Monday's GIFs

Here are the Top 5 GIFs from Monday's games, courtesy of @MLBGifs.

4/28/2016 | Eight players who could go No. 1 in the 2016 Draft

By virtue of finishing with a 63-99 record in 2015, the Philadelphia Phillies have the No. 1 pick in this year's Draft. In a perfect world, there would be a slam-dunk decision in terms of who to take in that top spot. Not so much.

4/28/2016 | 10 things to watch for in MLB this weekend

We're almost out of April, the month of small samples and sometimes-dreary conditions. With Sunday comes the month of May, and maybe that's a good thing for a Twins reliever named Trevor.

4/28/2016 | Dunn begins throwing; Jackson progressing

Marlins reliever Mike Dunn, on the disabled list since the season started with a left forearm strain, began his preliminary throwing program Thursday in South Florida, and his return to the big leagues could be about a month away.

4/28/2016 | Nola's curve gives him confidence to top Nats

Phillies starter Aaron Nola was on a mission to find himself on Thursday against the Nationals. And what he found at Nationals Park was the right combination of a split-finger fastball with a devastating curve.

4/28/2016 | Nats' bats look for spark on 10-game road trip

The Nationals made minor changes to the lineup ahead of Thursday's finale against the Phillies, sitting third baseman Anthony Rendon and outfielder Michael Taylor for Stephen Drew and Matt den Dekker.

4/28/2016 | Hot start has Cards' Diaz among NL leaders

There was a moment earlier this week when, as Aledmys Diaz stepped into the batter's box, Adam Wainwright turned to his teammates and asked them to set the odds that Diaz would get a hit. Fifty percent, one responded.

4/28/2016 | Barrett returns as D-backs again shuffle 'pen

When right-hander Jake Barrett was optioned to Triple-A Reno following the D-backs' 14-inning game in San Diego just over 10 days ago, it was not so much a matter of performance, but rather a matter of needing a fresh arm.

4/28/2016 | Lindor happy to give back with RBI program

Shortstop Francisco Lindor chose to spend part of his evening at Citizens Bank Park. The place was nearly deserted by the time the 22-year-old rising star arrived. Except at one of the indoor batting cages where members from three of Philadelphia's Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities (RBI) program were going through some drills.

4/28/2016 | Rubby fans career-high 10, tops Cards for split

Rubby De La Rosa struck out a career-high 10 and allowed two hits in a dominating performance Thursday night as the D-backs beat the Cardinals, 3-0, to split the four-game series at Chase Field.

4/28/2016 | White Sox recall game in empty Oriole Park

Almost one year ago to the day, the White Sox played a game unlike any other in the history of Major League Baseball, and for those who participated in it, it's a contest they'll never forget.

4/28/2016 | Villar, Crew prove bothersome to Arrieta

The Brewers entered Thursday knowing they would face Jake Arrieta, knowing all eyes would be on the Cubs' dominant right-hander and knowing he was trying to join Johnny Vander Meer as the second Major League pitcher to throw back-to-back no-hitters.

4/28/2016 | E-Rod labors in first rehab start

Red Sox lefty Eduardo Rodriguez had a bumpy first start to his Minor League rehab assignment on Thursday night at Syracuse. Pitching for Triple-A Pawtucket, Rodriguez gave up six hits and three runs (two earned) over 3 2/3 innings.

4/28/2016 | Hinojosa exits after liner hits hand; X-rays negative

Phillies right-hander Dalier Hinojosa suffered a bruise on the palm of his pitching hand when he was struck by a line drive off the bat of Washington center fielder Matt den Dekker in the eighth inning of Philadelphia's 3-0 win at Nationals Park on Thursday.

4/28/2016 | Gallardo pain-free, but no timetable for return

There is no timetable for the return of starting pitcher Yovani Gallardo, Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Thursday before Baltimore played the Chicago White Sox in the opener of a four-game series.

4/28/2016 | O's power up back home to rout White Sox

The Orioles found familiar Camden Yards the remedy for their offensive woes Thursday night, as Manny Machado hit a grand slam and Baltimore snapped the White Sox six-game winning streak with a 10-2 victory.

4/28/2016 | Mallex, Markakis lead Braves to snap skid

The Braves put together a steady offense against Clay Buchholz and salvaged the finale of a four-game series with the Red Sox by pulling out a 5-3 victory at Fenway Park on Thursday night. The win snapped an eight-game losing skid for Atlanta.

4/28/2016 | Relaxing on hill key to Fulmer's success

It might be just a spot start this time, but Tigers fans will get a glimpse of their top prospect Michael Fulmer on the mound on Friday. The right-hander, ranked No. 50 on's Top 100 Prospects list, will be making his Major League debut filling in for Shane Greene, who is out temporarily with a broken blister.

4/28/2016 | Red Sox finding success in running game

The running Red Sox? That isn't a description you've heard very often over the years for a franchise that has generally favored power over speed. But manager John Farrell prioritized the running game during the 2013 World Series championship season, and the Red Sox are looking to steal even more in the early stages of this season.

4/28/2016 | Top 10 fantasy baseball prospects for 2016

Who might be next to get the call and make a fantasy impact? Check's Top 10 list of prospects, ranked based on potential impact this season.

4/28/2016 | Competitive balance the new normal in baseball

Seldom has there been such widespread competitive balance in Major League Baseball.

4/28/2016 | Rupp's clutch 2B carries Phils to sweep of Nats

The Nationals and Phillies found themselves in a pitchers' duel on Thursday afternoon, but thanks to some clutch ninth-inning hitting, the Phillies completed their three-game sweep, winning 3-0 at Nationals Park.

4/28/2016 | 'Frustrated' Astros aiming to get back on track

From baserunning to pitching to hitting, the Astros clearly haven't hit on all cylinders in the first month of the season, which is why they find themselves heading into Friday's series against the A's in Oakland tied with the Twins for the worst record in the American League at 7-15.

4/28/2016 | Bryant sustains mild ankle sprain on bases

Cubs left fielder Kris Bryant left Thursday's game vs. the Brewers with a mild right ankle sprain. He underwent an MRI as a precaution, and manager Joe Maddon was not certain if Bryant would miss any playing time.

4/28/2016 | Arrieta's home scoreless streak ends at 52 2/3

For the first time in what seems like forever, Jake Arrieta didn't look sharp, yet he still got a win and became the first Cubs pitcher to open a season 5-0 since Hall of Famer Greg Maddux in 2006.

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