1. Red Sox Ride Eight-Run First Past Blue Jays

    TORONTO — The Red Sox are still in last place, so the season hasn't been saved. It will take a lot more than one successful road trip to do that...

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  2. Boston Batters Blue Jays' Boyd Back to Buffalo

    Before Thursday's series finale against the Boston Red Sox , Jose Reyes was asked if there is an expectation inside the Blue Jays ' clubhouse that the front office will address the team's areas of need before the July 31st trade deadline...

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  3. Kevin Gausman strong, but Rangers rally in ninth for 2-0 win over Orioles

    For three nights at Camden Yards, the Orioles and Texas Rangers played a glorified home run derby, pounding baseballs out of a park that has the reputation of a launching pad in the summer months...

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  4. Red Sox Coming Alive to Stay Within Striking Distance of AL East Bunch

    Six games out of first place with half a season still to play, the Pittsburgh Pirates are beginning to look like a real challenger to the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League Central...

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  5. Orioles Hear Gausman's Statement Loud and Clear

    The Orioles lost 2-0 to the Texas Rangers on Thursday to drop their first series in a month, but that wasn't the biggest story as it relates to the remainder of the 2015 season...

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  6. Rays Acquire Garrett Fulenchek from Braves

    The Braves announced that they have traded minor league right-hander Garrett Fulenchek to the Rays in exchange for a pair of international bonus slots. The value of those slots comes out to roughly $494K...

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  7. Blue Jays Designate Todd Redmond for Assignment

    The Blue Jays have designated right-hander Todd Redmond for assignment and optioned lefty Matt Boyd to the minors, reports Brendan Kennedy of the Toronto Star (Twitter link). Corresponding moves will be announced by the team tomorrow, he adds...

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  8. Red Sox Offense Explodes in Rout of Blue Jays

    Don't look now, but the Red Sox just finished a successful swing through the American League East with one of their most impressive bounce-back wins of the season...

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  9. Gibbons Tossed After Blue Jays Lose Challenge

    TORONTO -- Blue Jays manager John Gibbons was ejected during the fifth inning of Thursday night's game against the Red Sox for arguing a call with home-plate umpire Gerry Davis...

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  10. Ellsbury Scratched from Rehab Start, Yanks Not Worried

    Yankees general manager Brian Cashman wasn't alarmed that Jacoby Ellsbury was scratched from the Tampa Yankees' lineup Thursday night...

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  11. Gibbons Tossed for Arguing Video Review Call

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  12. Boyd Allows 7 ER Without an Out vs. BOS

    Matt Boyd's 7 earned runs allowed are tied for the 3rd-most ER allowed by starter without recording an out in MLB history...

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  13. Watch: Lough's Terrific Catch at LF Wall

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  14. Rays, Cash 'Excited' to Get Loney Back in Lineup

    ST. PETERSBURG -- Rays first baseman James Loney will make his return to the lineup this weekend after he was reinstated from the 15-day disabled list following the Rays' 5-4 loss to the Indians on Thursday...

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  15. How to Throw a No-Hitter and Lose by 4 Runs

    Twenty-five years ago, Yankees pitcher Andy Hawkins threw a no-hitter that defined his team for a brief period. It'll help define baseball for long after that...

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  16. Manny Machado Aspiring for Career of 'Best 3B' to Ever Play, Adrian Beltre

    While praising third baseman Manny Machado for his highlight reel sequence in the seventh inning Wednesday night, Orioles manager Buck Showalter mentioned Texas Rangers third baseman ...

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  17. A History of Josh Donaldson in Foul Territory

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  18. O's Recall Gausman, Option Wilson to Norfolk

    BALTIMORE -- The Orioles have recalled right-handed pitcher Kevin Gausman from Triple-A Norfolk and optioned right-handed pitcher Tyler Wilson to Norfolk on Thursday.....

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  19. Rays Strike out a Club-Record 19 Times in 5-4 Loss to Cleveland Indians

    ST. PETERSBURG — Not even the return of All-Star pitcher Matt Moore and a somewhat resurgent offense could stop the Rays from losing for the ninth time in 11 games...

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  20. James Loney to Return from DL on Friday

    The Rays ' offense is about to get a much-needed boost. The Rays will activate 1B James Loney (broken left middle finger) from the.....

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  21. Rays Reinstate Loney (Finger) from DL

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  22. New York Yankees' Jacoby Ellsbury Thinks He Is Ready to Go

    Jacoby Ellsbury will play one more game on Thursday night before the New York Yankees decide if he is ready to return to the big leagues after a six-week layoff. Ellsbury, for one, thinks his sprained right knee is fully healed...

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  23. Moore Collects First K in 2015

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  24. Alex Rodriguez, Yankees Settle Dispute Regarding HR Milestone Contract Bonuses

    While it initially looked as though the New York Yankees would keep the entire bonus owed to designated hitter Alex Rodriguez for tying Willie Mays for fourth on the all-time home run list, the two sides compromised and resolved the dispute...

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  25. Yankeemetrics: More Runs, Please (June 29-July 1): River Avenue Blues

    It's rare when you can say you were beaten by one guy in a baseball game — but that wasn't too far from the truth for the Yankees in Monday's loss to the Angels ...

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