1. Carlos Beltran Scratched from Yankees' Lineup with More Elbow Problems

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  2. Beltran Has Elbow Soreness, Hopefully out 1-2 Days

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  3. Orioles' Chris Tillman Records 14th Start in a Row with 3 Earned Runs or Fewer

    In Tuesday's 5-1 victory over the Chicago White Sox , Chris Tillman of the Baltimore Orioles tossed eight innings of one-run ball, becoming the first Orioles pitcher since 1993 ...

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  4. Baltimore Orioles Offense – a Position by Position Review

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  5. Phelps' Defense Earns Him Spot with Orioles

    Manny Machado heading to the disabled list because of the injury he sustained last Monday allowed Cord Phelps.....

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  6. Orioles Send Ubaldo Jimenez to Bullpen

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  7. Brewers Dominate Blue Jays, 6-1

    Fresh off another stellar outing, Mike Fiers first wanted to talk about a rough patch early in the game and offer credit to his defense.....

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  8. Implosion Still Not Enough to Make Blue Jay's Gibbons Overanalyze

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  9. Blue Jays' Aaron Sanchez as Good as Advertised

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  10. Toronto Blue Jays Claim 1B Matt Hague from Pittsburgh Pirates

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  11. Melky Cabrera Will Be the Key Free Agent for the Jays to Retain

    Of all the potential free agents under the Blue Jays umbrella, the most crucial to get back in the fold is Melky Cabrera.....

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  12. Betts Getting Better by the Day

    BOSTON -- With so much focus on the Red Sox 's decision to option center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. to Triple-A Pawtucket on Monday, fellow rookie outfielder Mookie Betts now has an opportunity to prove his worth at the big league level...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 8 days ago 374 reads 0 comments

  13. GM: 'For the Right Player, of Course We Would Consider Trading Prospects'

    There may be 37 games remaining on the schedule this year, but for a Red Sox squad that'€™s 15 1/2 games out of first place in the AL East, it'€™s already time to look forward to the offseason...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 8 days ago 388 reads 0 comments

  14. 3 New York Yankees Players Trying to Save Their Jobs for 2015

    Not everyone's job is safe in the Bronx. It has been a disappointing season for the New York Yankees , and that has some already looking ahead to next year. Changes are bound to occur in 2015, and rightfully so...

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  15. Pineda to Make Bronx Return Wednesday

    NEW YORK -- The most recent time Michael Pineda started a game at Yankee Stadium, he was pitching for the first-place New York Yankees . ....

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 8 days ago 5 reads 0 comments

  16. Just How Good Can Red Sox Rookie Anthony Ranaudo Be?

    As the Boston Red Sox attempt to figure out who can be a part of their 2015 rotation, the club has turned to Anthony Ranaudo , handing the former first-round pick two starts in August to showcase his talents...

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  17. 3rd MLB Draftee in Gillaspie Family Poised to Pave Way for Own Legacy

    One could say that 2014 first-round draft pick Casey Gillaspie was born to play baseball. The Tampa Bay Rays selected Gillaspie out of Wichita State with the No...

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  18. Blue Jays Continue to Slide out of Playoff Race

    MILWAUKEE—Baseball is not a complicated game, John Gibbons said before Tuesday's game here against the Brewers . You get a good outing from your starting pitcher “and you hope you score one more run than the other guy...

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  19. Just a Frustrating Loss

    That was just frustrating. The Brewers were crushing everything thrown to the plate. The Jays couldn't hit anything. .....

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  20. Carter Beats David Robertson with Long Home Run

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  21. Rapid Reaction: Astros 7, Yankees 4

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  22. Belnome Notches First MLB Hit, RBI vs. Tigers

    ST. PETERSBURG -- Vince Belnome is on the board. The Rays ' designated hitter got his first Major League hit in Tuesday night's 8-6 loss in 11 innings to the Tigers .....

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  23. Sox Lose at Home, Drop 4th Game in Last 5

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  24. Uehara Struggles Late, Red Sox Lose Again

    BOSTON -- Koji Uehara, the Red Sox normally lights-out closer, faltered on Tuesday against the Angels . Entering in the ninth inning of a tie game, Koji retired the first two batters he faced...

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  25. Orioles Win, Move Season-High 20 Games over .500

    CHICAGO – Chris Tillman threw an economical eight innings on Tuesday night, and the Orioles provided more than enough offense for him...

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