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Certain Positions In Fantasy Baseball Require Quality Backups On Your Bench

What are the thinnest positions in fantasy baseball? Catcher? The infield positions of second base, shortstop and third base? All of the above? Yes, depth is better in the outfield and first base positions, so when you think about which players to stash on your bench, think about the ones with multi-position eligibility. They may not be the most productive on a day-to-day basis, but they have the capability to be very valuable to your team’s chances of winning.


Steven Matz follows through on a sixth-inning two-run base hit during his major league debut against the Cincinnati Reds at Citi Field on June 28, 2015. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

He Can Pitch, Too: Mets’ Matz Has 3 Hits, 4 RBIs In Debut

Not only did the Reds have to face three of the Mets’ top young starters this weekend, they got beat at the plate by one of them, too.


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Bob Costas Rips Cubs Pitcher For “Atrocious Performance” (Video)

Don’t dare mess with the aesthetics of a game that Bob Costas is calling


Masahiro Tanaka

Yankees’ Tanaka To Take On Astros

Girardi’s confidence stems from the fact that Tanaka did not allow more than two runs in any of his previous five starts and had a 1.71 ERA while winning two of his first three since missing more than a month with a strained forearm.


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Harvey Looks To Lead Mets To Fifth Straight Home Win

Before the New York Mets give the six-man rotation another try, they’d like Matt Harvey to continue his recent revival.



Top 5 Wildest Sports Callers Of The Week: June 22nd-June 26th

The Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.


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Terry Collins: Blame Me, Not Front Office, For Mets’ Free-Fall

Despite Curtis Granderson’s recent power surge, the Mets just keep losing.


The Twitter account for the Los Angeles Dodgers reacts to a fan catching a foul ball while holding a baby on June 23, 2015. (Twitter/@Dodgers)

MUST-WATCH: Fan Snags Foul Ball While Feeding Baby

Two of the NL’s best teams faced off at Wrigley Field on Tuesday night, and a fan sitting in the front row stole the show.


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This Week In Baseball: Rose Report Shouldn’t Change Your View

New information should do nothing to your opinion, Rose has always been a liar.


Fans display a banner supporting Pete Rose in 2002. (Photo by Otto Greule/Getty Images)

Jared Max: Major League Hypocrisy! Baseball’s Stance On Gambling Reeks Of Injustice

Pete Rose’s Hall-of-Fame-worthy statistics are legitimate. His bets had no bearing on 4,256 hits.


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Baseball Fans React To Pete Rose Report

Some defended the all-time hits leader, but many also believe this is the end of the road for the “hit king.”


A Mets fan holds up a "Ya Gotta Believe" sign outside Citi Field. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)

Mets Fans Have Worst Grammar In Baseball, Study Says

Mets fans are as passionate as they come. But they leave something to be desired at the keyboard.


Pete Rose speaks at a press conference prior to managing the game for the Bridgeport Bluefish against the Lancaster Barnstormers at The Ballpark at Harbor Yard on June 16, 2014 in Bridgeport, Connecticut. (Photo by Christopher Pasatieri/Getty Images)

Is This The End For Pete Rose’s Reinstatement Bid?

A bombshell report by ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” could prove to be the final blow to Pete Rose’s petition for reinstatement to Major League Baseball. But it won’t end the debate.


Darryl Hamilton with the Mets in 2000 (Photo by Ezra O. Shaw/Allsport/Getty Images)

Police: Ex-Met Darryl Hamilton Victim Of Apparent Murder-Suicide

Hamilton, who worked as an analyst on the MLB Network, was found after police responded to a home in the Houston suburb of Pearland.


Pete Rose

Report: Pete Rose Bet On Baseball While Playing For Reds In ’86

ESPN says it obtained a notebook that shows Pete Rose bet on Cincinnati Reds games during his last season as an active player in 1986.