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    The details are being treated as a state secret by three clubs believed to be using the product – the Cubs, Red Sox and Rays. What the producers made was they took I think the pitchers from major league baseball in 2014 and programmed every pitch they had thrown,” said Stephen Bruno, a Double-A infielder in the Cubs’ organization. The Red Sox said GM Ben Cherington did not want to comment on the topic. Matt Silverman, the president of baseball operations for Tampa Bay, did not respond to a message from The Associated Press.

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    Don’t expect to see big league baseball players at the 2020 Olympics, even if the IOC reinstates the sport for the Tokyo Games. Baseball was an Olympic medal sport from 1992-2008, then was dropped after the 2008 Beijing Olympics. The World Baseball Softball Confederation hopes both events will be reinstated the Tokyo Olympics in five years, and the inclusion of new sports for 2020 will be voted on at the IOC session in Rio de Janeiro on the eve of the 2016 Games. Manfred is maintaining the stance of his predecessor, Bud Selig, who repeatedly said MLB will not interrupt its schedule for the Olympics.

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    A look at what’s happening all around the major leagues today: — FAST TRACK Jacob deGrom and the surprising New York Mets try to set a franchise record with their 12th straight victory – they can do it with a win at Yankee Stadium in the Subway Series opener. Coming off a 10-0 homestand, the Mets have the top mark in the majors at 13-3. Michael Pineda starts for the Yankees, who have won six of seven. TRYING AGAIN Jon Lester makes his fourth start for the Cubs, still looking for his first win with them.

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    It’s Opening Day 2050 and you are at Tomorrow Park cheering on your favorite team against the dreaded Cubs as they begin yet another championship defense. ”The market is changing on an almost annual basis, especially with the technology,” said Earl Santee, founder of architecture firm Populous.

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    Tony Watson had a save that was reminiscent of bygone days. The Pirates’ left-hander inherited a bases-loaded jam in the eighth inning and got the final six outs Wednesday night for his first save of the season and fifth of his five-year career as Pittsburgh held off the Chicago Cubs 4-3. Gregory Polanco hit his first home run of the season and Vance Worley (2-1) got through 5 2-3 shaky innings for his second straight win. Polanco’s leadoff home run in the bottom of the fifth inning off Jason Hammel increased the Pirates’ lead to 4-1.

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    Brad Johnson runs down the last week of closer news and offers advice on stolen base targets.

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    The shortstop of the future and the shortstop of the present happen to be on the Chicago Cubs’ roster at the same time. Maybe Addison Russell will take over for Starlin Castro at some point. Castro went 3 for 5 with 4 RBIs, including a game-tying two-run single in the ninth, and the Cubs rallied for a 9-8 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday night. Wellington Castillo followed Castro’s big hit with an RBI groundout off Pittsburgh closer Mark Melancon (0-1) as Chicago overcame a late three-run deficit to win for the third time in four games.

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    The Pittsburgh Pirates say a woman who was injured by a foul ball during Monday night’s game against the Chicago Cubs has been released from the hospital. The woman was standing behind the protective netting while getting to her seats behind home plate when a foul ball off the bat of Starlin Castro struck her in the back of the head.

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    Kris Bryant still hasn’t hit his first MLB home run yet, but the Chicago Cubs phenom got himself a Little League-style “homer” Monday night. We didn’t get to see Bryant’s home-run trot, but what happened in the seventh inning of  the Cubs’ game with the Pittsburgh Pirates was a lot more exciting anyway. Who needs a home-run trot when you can watch frantic base-running? [ Yahoo Sports Fantasy Baseball: Sign up and join a league today! ] It started with Bryant launching a deep fly ball to centerfield off Pittsburgh reliever Arquimedes Caminero. Off the bat, it looked like we might be seeing Bryant’s first dinger, but the ball hit the bottom of the wall. It looked like Bryant would be stopping at second base with a two-run double, but then the Pirates’ defense happened. Bryant ran to third when the Pirates threw to the plate, trying to mow down Anthony Rizzo. When catcher Francisco Cervelli couldn’t handle the throw, Bryant took a wide turn toward home. But the Pirates grabbed the ball and fired it back to third. It looked like a rundown, but Cervelli couldn’t handle the throw at the plate (again!) and Bryant scored. Just like how 12-year-old hits “home runs” in Little League.

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    (Reuters) – Atlanta Braves reliever Andrew McKirahan has been suspended for 80 games after failing a drug test, Major League Baseball said on Monday. The 25-year-old left-handed pitcher tested positive for Ipamorelin, a performance-enhancing substance, in violation of Major League Baseball’s Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program. McKirahan, who was selected by the Chicago Cubs in the 21st round of the 2011 amateur draft, appeared in three games for Atlanta this season and compiled a 4.15 earned run average in 4-1/3 innings. “We are disappointed in the decision Andrew made,” Braves president of baseball operations John Hart said.

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