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    Addition of Ty France to the All-Star Team

    Ty France is finally an All-Star. First baseman for the Mariners was added to the American League roster for Tuesday’s Midsummer Classic on Sunday, replacing Mike Trout of the Angels, who has been dealing with upper back spasms. Byron Buxton of Minnesota will replace Mike Trout in the opening lineup. After Sunday’s 6-2 victory over […] More

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    Esteury Ruiz is called to make his MLB debut

    The Padres have been searching the trade market for outfield possibilities for weeks (in fact, for months) now. However, they’re going to take a close look at an interesting internal possibility before they make a move ahead of the Aug. 2 Trade Deadline. Outfielder Esteury Ruiz’s contract was chosen by San Diego on Tuesday from […] More

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    Max Fried Shuts Down Cardinals

    Max Fried seemed destined to enjoy his first All-Star game at Dodger Stadium, the storied stadium where he had many priceless childhood memories. In fact, there’s at least a potential that the left-hander for the Braves will be chosen to start for the National League in this year’s Midsummer Classic. Fried helped the Braves defeat […] More

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    Vladimir Guerrero Jr Relaxes in the Bullpen

    Even the finest Major League players occasionally need a change of scenery after an especially stressful at-bat. The fun-loving Vladimir Guerrero Jr. experienced that on Wednesday after bouncing out to shortstop in Toronto’s 2-1 triumph and taking an unexpected detour. Vlad Jr. ran down the line on the 6-3 putout in his final at-bat of […] More

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    Walker indicates desire in a long-term arrangement

    Taijuan Walker is one of those who want to be a part of the Mets’ long-term plan for 2023 and beyond. After this season, Walker may become a free agent. He has a player option for $6 million in 2023 that, with performance bonuses that are within his grasp, could go to $8.5 million. Walker […] More

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    Josh Fleming Pitches 5 Solid Innings in Loss to Red Sox

    Josh Fleming returned to Triple-A Durham six games into his 2022 season. The left-hander has a 6.38 ERA over 18 1/3 Major League innings over four relief outings and two starts. Prior to Monday’s series opening at Fenway Park, Fleming rejoined the major league team after spending nearly two months with Durham. Fleming quickly demonstrated […] More

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    Return of Mookie Betts after Rib Injury

    You wouldn’t know from looking at Mookie Betts at the plate during the Dodgers’ 4-2 loss on Sunday that he had just returned from a 15-game absence due to a fractured right rib. Betts went 2-for-3 with two doubles, two walks, and two runs scored in the Dodgers’ first game with their revamped top of […] More

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    The MLB Debut of Mark Appel

    Mark Appel could have sobbed. He was thinking about so many things when he left the mound in the ninth inning on Wednesday at Citizens Bank Park. In spite of the nine long years, pressures, expectations, injuries, going away and then returning, he knew he would be content and satisfied no matter what happened. After […] More

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    David Robertson bats first for the winning Cubs

    Closers are the ones who bat. David Robertson, a reliever with the Cubs, did not play in his first game until the 696th contest of his 14-year career. Who can blame him for grinning after getting on base? The veteran reliever, who pitched a spotless eighth inning in the Cubs’ 14-5 thrashing of the Pirates […] More

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    Trayce Thompson joins the Dodgers

    The Dodgers have spent the last 24 hours trying to add a right-handed-hitting outfielder to their roster since star outfielder Mookie Betts will be sidelined for at least a few weeks due to a fractured right rib. Outfielder Trayce Thompson was acquired by the Dodgers from the Tigers on Monday for cash. Although Thompson hasn’t […] More

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    Due to a “non-workplace occurrence,” Escobar was sidelined

    Due to what manager Buck Showalter referred to as a “non-workplace situation,” Mets infielder Eduardo Escobar was unable to play against the Brewers on Thursday. Showalter and other Mets executives would not go more, other than to indicate that additional information will be available on Friday. Showalter responded, “That’s basically all I can say legally. […] More

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