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Power Rankings: Free-falling Mariners drop out of top 10; Cubs, Yankees move in
  • Baseball If this was the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we'd be entering the end of Phase 1.Baseball is headed for a blockbuster summer if some of these standings hold up — the NL Central is going to be wild, as will the AL East — and will have plenty of twists, turns, excitement and (for some) tears, like "Avengers: Endgame." So while you heat up your popcorn and wait for the next phase of baseball to unfold, here are the SN Power Rankings. As always, please do not @ me.MORE: Watch 'ChangeUp,' a new live whiparound show on DAZN 1. AstrosPrevious: 1The Astros are 8-2 in their past 10 games and have scored 7.6 runs per game in that stretch. There's no concern for the Astros right now, as they're still deeper and more diverse offensively than the Avengers team members.What's most encouraging for Houston is that Gerritt Cole seems to be finding his stuff again after some laborious starts early in the season. From the lineup, to the rotation, to the bullpen, to the team masseuse, to the beer vendors, the Astros are baseball's best once again. 2. DodgersPrevious: 2Through 110 at-bats, Alex Verdugo reminded everyone what made him a much-hyped top prospect.Entering May 13, Verdugo was slashing .333/.377/.552 with a 147 OPS+ while playing elite-level defense. Oh, and Cody Bellinger is still doing his MVP-level thing. Oh, and Clayton Kershaw is still Clayton Kershaw. Oh, and Hyun-jin Ryu is pitching to a Cy Young level. Oh,[......]

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    Yoenis Cespedes breaks ankle in ranch accident
  • null null null 夜网论坛 Baseball Accidents happen, but what Yoenis Cespedes endured Monday was a catastrophe.The Mets outfielder fractured his right ankle in multiple places during an accident on his ranch in Florida, Mets general manager Brodie Van Wagenen told reporters. Van Wagenen said Cespedes was engaged in a non-baseball related activity when he suffered a "violent fall" and twisted his right ankle in a hole. Van Wagenen did not elaborate on the extent of Cespedes' injury or a timeline for his recovery.MORE: Watch 'ChangeUp,' a new live whiparound show on DAZN More on Cespedes: It’s his right ankle, not both. Sounds like multiple fractures in the one ankle.Brodie Van Wagenen said Cespedes suffered a violently fall (but it wasn’t off a horse) and stepped in a hole.— Tim Healey (@timbhealey) May 20, 2019Cespedes, 33, had surgery to remove calcifications from his right heel last August and had another similar procedure on his left heel in October. After the second surgery, it was expected he would be out until at least June.The two-time All-Star has played in just 119 games over the past two years since signing a four-year contract extension, worth[......]

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