11:04 PM EDT, Sun May 29, 2016
South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Dietrich survives dugout scare after helping Marlins beat Braves 7-3

Derek Dietrich's big day at the plate ended with a scary injury in the dugout. Dietrich hit a tiebreaking, two-run homer and drove in four runs before being hit on the back of his head by a foul ball hit into his dugout, and the Miami Marlins beat Atlanta 7-3 on Sunday to avoid being swept by the...

CSN Washington

NL East: Braves SS goes to hospital with injury from chicken bone

Now, this is a baseball injury you dont see every day.Atlanta Braves shortstop Erick Aybar was rushed to a doctor on Thursday after getting a

Beaver County Times

Kang turns first double play since injury, hits fifth home run but Pirates lose to Braves

In some ways, it was the moment of truth for Jung Ho Kang in the first inning on Wednesday night. The Pirates third baseman was in position to turn his first double play since being wiped out by the Chicago…

Red Reporter

Cincinnati Reds links - Come back soon, Anthony DeSclafani

Thursday links! The Cincinnati Reds pitching staff currently leads - leads? - leads all of baseball in walks allowed and runs allowed, and the team's -54 run differential sits tied with the lowly Atlanta Braves for the worst mark in all of baseball. Injuries have played a major role in that futility, since the bulk of the team's projected rotation and bullpen have been relegated to the sidelines this year in lieu of getting outs from the mound.  One such starter is Anthony DeSclafani, whose injured oblique muscle still has him a ways away from Cincinnati.  He felt soreness after his...