1. Vazquez Has 3 RBIs to Help Red Sox over Astros 8-3

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  2. Price Scratched with Illness, May Start Series Finale

    David Price will not start on Saturday against the Blue Jays as scheduled. But before the conspiracy theorist can go too far, the Rays reported that their ace has not been traded, rather he's simply ill...

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  3. Reimold and Kawasaki Injured in Win over Rays

    It lasted three hours and forty-one minutes, and the Blue Jays blew a three-run lead, but they gutted it out and came back to beat the Rays 8-5 at Tropicana Field...

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  4. Blue Jays Bounce Back to Beat Rays After Blowing Lead

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  5. Orioles Walk off Yankees with 3-2 Win in Ten Innings

    It took ten innings, but the Orioles beat the Yankees on Friday night on an unlikely walkoff from Nick Hundley to win the game, 3-2...

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  6. Hundley Hits Walk-off as Orioles Open Yankees Series with 3-2 Win

    By definition, it was the New York Yankees who were in pinstripes at Camden Yards on Friday night. .....

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  7. Yankees Fall to Orioles in 10th Inning on Nick Hundley Single

    BALTIMORE – The Orioles sent the Yankees crashing back to .500 on Friday night in painful fashion. .....

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  8. Yankees' Bats Fail Kuroda in 10-Inning Loss to Rival Orioles

    BALTIMORE — To say Hiroki Kuroda traveled a conventional path to being the Yankees ' staff ace would be a lie lifted from the Clinton Family Book of Fibs. .....

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  9. Tolleson's 2-Run Single Helps Blue Jays Beat Rays

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Steve Tolleson's two-run single snapped a ninth-inning tie and helped the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Tampa Bay Rays 8-5 on Friday night. .....

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  10. Price (Illness) Scratched from Saturday's Start

    David Price will not start tomorrow, it'll be Odorizzi. Price went home during tonight's game with an illness...

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  11. Jennings exits after fouling ball off knee

    Desmond Jennings left Friday night's game after fouling a ball off his left knee against Blue Jays starter Mark Buehrle...

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  12. Jennings Leaves Game with Bruised Knee

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  13. No Contingency in Place If Peavy Dealt

    Less than 24 hours before Jake Peavy's next anticipated start, the Red Sox currently have no contingency plan in place in case he gets traded...

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  14. Rays Activate SS Yunel Escobar from DL

    The Tampa Bay Rays have activated shortstop Yunel Escobar from the disabled list and placed reliever Jake McGee on the paternity list. The moves were announced Friday...

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  15. Ryan Hanigan Scratched vs. Blue Jays

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  16. Jimenez to the DL, Gausman on His Way Up

    Ubaldo Jimenez –the Orioles most expensive free-agent signing in club history– is headed to the disabled list with a right ankle sprain suffered on Wednesday...

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  17. Jimenez Placed on DL with Ankle Injury

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  18. Revisiting the Blockbuster with the Toronto Blue Jays

    Two years ago, the Marlins were re-branded, revamped, and relocated to a new stadium. The glow quickly wore off after a losing season, and a salary dump which stripped the team of all talent not named Giancarlo Stanton...

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  19. Rays Activate Escobar (Shoulder); McGee to Paternity Leave

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  20. MLB Trade Deadline: Solidifying the Left Side of the Infield

    He's charismatic, flashy, awe-inspiring, fast, a great hitter and, in the past, an All-Star. What he also is, but shouldn't be, is the shortstop for the Toronto Blue Jays .....

    Ryan Ocenada Written by Ryan Ocenada about 10 hours ago 75 reads 0 comments

  21. Dickey Confident Blue Jays Can Turn Things Around

    After he pitched one of his best games as a Blue Jay on Tuesday night to help Toronto to its only win of this current road trip so far in Anaheim, R.A...

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  22. Injuries Could Alter Blue Jays' Trade Deadline Targets

    ANAHEIM -- The last thing the Blue Jays probably expected to be talking about in July was the need to add at least another piece or two to their everyday lineup.....

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  23. Rob Long: The Orioles AchillesHeel

    The Baltimore Orioles are on a roll right now as they are beginning to state their claim as the best team in the American League East...

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  24. Five Memorable Baltimore Orioles All-Star Game Moments

    Whether it counts or not, the All-Star game is a fun time for fans to be proud of their players, and players to showcase their skills to a national audience...

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  25. Orioles “closely monitoring” Rockies lefty Jorge De LaRosa

    When the Rockies decide to start selling off high-priced veterans the Orioles figure to make a run at left-hander Jorge De La Rosa, according to Dan Connolly of the Baltimore Sun...

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