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Marlins starting pitcher Jose Urena has been suspended for six games for intentionally hitting Braves rookie Ronald Acuna Jr., who had homered in five straight games, including the previous three against Miami.

 

Marlins starting pitcher Jose Urena has been suspended for six games for intentionally hitting Braves rookie Ronald Acuna Jr., who had homered in five straight games -- the previous three against Miami.

 

From favorite memories to what they learned, we asked Bryce Harper, Mookie Betts and others to talk about growing up playing baseball. The one common piece of advice to younger players: Enjoy playing the game.

 

It's been a month since the Nats slugger staged an epic comeback in D.C. He denies it turned his season around -- but the numbers say otherwise.

 

Ronald Acuna Jr.'s streak of leadoff homers in three straight games ended when the Marlins' Jose Urena hit him with his first pitch, triggering a melee that led to the benches and bullpens for Atlanta and Miami emptying twice.

 

Ronald Acuna Jr.'s streak of leadoff homers in three straight games ended when the Marlins' Jose Urena hit him with his first pitch, triggering a melee that led to benches and bullpens for Atlanta and Miami emptying twice.

 

After one splashy offseason move, the Sox have gone from good to an all-time-great team. We break down how much of the rise can be credited to Boston's new slugger.

 

The increasingly common sight of some utility guy throwing a perfect inning? It's fun, but it's also kind of a fraud.

 

The increasingly common sight of some utility guy throwing a perfect inning? It's fun, but it's also kind of a fraud.

 

The Braves' phenom homered in his fifth straight game, and he's having fun doing it. But should we rank him with The Kid and Mike Trout?

 

A champion in New York, Jeter didn't come to Miami to lose. Here's a look at how he plans to put a winning team on the field while learning on the job in South Beach.

 

A champion in New York, Jeter didn't come to Miami to lose. Here's an inside look at how he plans to build a winner while learning on the job in South Beach.

 

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