1. Mike Moustakas Comes Through Again in the Clutch as Royals Rally to Beat...

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  2. Underrated Kluber-Carrasco-Bauer Trio Could Be MLB's Next Big 3

    Good things come in threes. J ust ask the Cleveland Indians . You've heard rumblings about the Tribe's solid rotation, which averaged 8...

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  3. Carlos Carrasco Strikes out 8, Indians Beat White Sox 6-2

    Carlos Carrasco struck out eight in five innings and Carlos Santana and David Murphy smacked solo home runs as the Cleveland Indians beat the Chicago White Sox 6-2 on Tuesday night...

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  4. Moustakas Sends Royals to 6-5 Victory over Twins

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Mike Moustakas hit a two-run homer, then drove in the go-ahead run with a single in the eighth inning, as the Kansas City Royals rallied to beat the Minnesota Twins 6-5 on Tuesday night...

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  5. Carlos Carrasco Returns to Mound Triumphant; Indians Roll Past White Sox, 6-2

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  6. Carlos Rodon Shaky in Debut; White Sox Fall to Indians

    White Sox prized prospect Carlos Rodon made his major league debut Tuesday night. He hopes his next outing is better...

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  7. Tigers' Bullpen Stumbles Late in Loss to Yankees

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  8. Abreu's Solo Jack

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  9. Gordon's Solo Homer

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  10. Hip Hops Life: Minnesota Twins' Glen Perkins Tries Hand at Home Brewing

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  11. Minnesota Twins: The Weird Feeling of Being Optimistic

    I'm optimistic. Yes, I am. It's a hard thing to say too after years of horrible baseball, but I am optimistic about the Minnesota Twins .....

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  12. Santana Looking to Regain Rookie Form at Plate

    KANSAS CITY -- It's still too early to call it a sophomore slump, but Twins shortstop Danny Santana has scuffled at the plate after an impressive rookie year.....

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  13. Too Soon to Get Excited About Tigers? Why Wait?

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  14. Versatile Ryan Prepared for Next Shot with Tigers

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  15. Tribe Offensive Woes Not Just Against Left-Handers

    During the first week of the season, a lot was mentioned about the Indians ' struggles against left-handers. As the Tribe gets set to open a three-game series against the White Sox on Monday, they're struggling against everyone...

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  16. Everything That Can Go Wrong, Has for Tribe

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  17. White Sox: Carlos Rodon's AAA Catcher Confident in Changeup

    Carlos Rodon struck out nine over five innings in his first Triple-A start of 2015, a game that featured the left-hander throwing his “equalizer pitch” quite a bit...

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  18. White Sox: Robin Ventura Accepting of His Critics

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  19. The Rookie and the Vet: Rodon, Penny Share Special Friendship

    Cell phone in hand, Carlos Rodon is staring at the screen and smirking to himself while sitting in front of his locker at Camelback Ranch...

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  20. Tigers' Plan for V-Mart Is Play Through Knee Pain

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  21. Healthy Miguel Cabrera Looking Like His Old Dominant Self Again

    Not too long ago, it wasn't beyond reason to think 2015 would be the year Miguel Cabrera finally slipped from the ranks of Major League Baseball's elite hitters. But now ? Yeah, now that notion comes off as crazy talk...

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  22. Indians Waste Good Effort vs. White Sox

    The Indians failed to take advantage of another great outing from a starting pitcher and fell to the Chicago White Sox 4-3. Cody Allen blew a three-run lead in the ninth...

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  23. Indians Give Up Lead vs. CHI, Lose 4-3

    CHICAGO -- Closer Cody Allen allowed a 3-0 lead in the ninth-inning to slip away Monday as the White Sox came from behind to beat the Indians and ruin a terrific start by Trevor Bauer...

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  24. Melky's Walk-off Gives CHI Victory of Indians

    Melky Cabrera hit a walk-off single off Cody Allen to cap a four-run ninth inning and give the White Sox a 4-3 victory over the Indians on Monday night at U.S. Cellular Field...

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  25. White Sox Rally for 4-3 Victory over Indians

    With the Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox both struggling offensively, Cleveland might have the advantage in Monday's series opener with Trevor Bauer on the hill...

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