1. Weaver Leaves Game with Back Tightness

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  2. Athletics' Brandon Moss Has Team's Highest RBI Total Before Break Since 2000

    With 62 RBI heading into Monday's game against the San Francisco Giants , Oakland Athletics first baseman Brandon Moss has his team's highest RBI total before the All-Star break since 2000, per the A's' official Twitter account ...

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  3. Angels Win 10 Consecutive Home Games for 1st Time Since 1996

    For the first time since 1996, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have won 10 consecutive home games, according to MLB Stat of the Day on Twitter . Win No...

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  4. Brewers Complete Trade with Oakland A's for International Slot Bonus

    The Brewers were reported to have an agreement in place with international prospect Gilbert Lara since July 2nd. They were waiting to make the signing official until they acquired enough cap space to avoid severe penalties...

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  5. Astros Lineup: Castro (Arm) Out, Will See Doctor

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  6. Moss Returns to Lineup Batting 4th vs. SF

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  7. Mariners' Seager to Replace Encarnacion at ASG

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  8. Oakland A's Minor Leaguer Suspended for Drugs

    The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball just announced that Oakland A's Minor League outfielder Herschel “Boog” Powell has received a 50-game suspension without pay after ...

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  9. MLB System Check 2014: Seattle Mariners' Top Prospects

    The Seattle Mariners Systems Check video offers a quick overview of the team's farm system, addressing its strengths and weaknesses and how it can improve moving forward...

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  10. Brady Aiken's Injury Doesn't Ruin Pitcher's Huge Upside

    It seems like quite the roller coaster, going from the No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 MLB draft to being told that your pitching elbow didn 't pass the team's physical...

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  11. Rangers Designate Donnie Murphy for Assignment

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  12. A's Jeff Samardzija Will Wear "NL" Uniform at All-Star Game

    Here's an odd one: The newest A's pitcher, Jeff Samardzija – who already has a win under his belt with Oakland – will wear a general “ National League ” jersey ...

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  13. A's Claim Kenny Wilson from Jays, Outright Buss

    The A's announced that they have claimed center fielder Kenny Wilson off waivers from the Blue Jays and optioned him to Triple-A Sacramento (Twitter link). The team also announced that the recently designated Nick Buss has been outrighted Sacramento...

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  14. Injury Strikes Yet Another Texas Rangers Starting Pitcher

    NEW YORK — In a season that should be sponsored by Blue Cross, starter Nick Martinez may have suffered the kind of injury that sums up all the Rangers ' injuries this season...

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  15. Astros-Rangers Preview

    It's not surprising the Houston Astros own the worst record in baseball, but it's unexpected the Texas Rangers aren't much better...

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  16. Mariners Prospect Marte Flashing Leather in Minors

    Ketel Marte is a name to remember. The switch-hitting middle infielder currently plays in the Seattle Mariners ' organization, having signed as an international free agent from the Dominican Republic in 2010...

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  17. Twins-Mariners Preview

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  18. Cespedes to Defend Derby Title; Donaldson May Join

    OAKLAND -- It's long been speculated that Yoenis Cespedes would be invited back to the Gillette Home Run Derby to defend his 2013 title. The A's slugger all but confirmed his participation on Sunday, and he may be bringing a friend along, too...

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  19. Beane on Trade: A's Needed Pitching Boost

    OAKLAND, Calif. -- The beginning of July's first blockbuster trade occurred about a month ago, when Oakland Athletics general manager Billy Beane called Chicago Cubs executive Theo Epstein to ask about Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel...

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  20. Astros Sign No. 25 International Prospect Ronny Rafael

    The Astros have signed Dominican outfielder Ronny Rafael, the No. 25 international prospect for July 2, for a $1.5 million bonus. His contract also includes $100,000 in college scholarship money, which won't count against Houston's bonus pool...

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  21. A's on All-Star Selections

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  22. Giants-Athletics Preview

    Manager Bob Melvin isn't shy about his enthusiasm leading up to the Bay Bridge Series between his MLB -best Oakland Athletics and the San Francisco Giants , especially with both teams proving to be contenders through the first half of the season...

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  23. Identifying What's Wrong with 'Can't-Miss' 2013 No. 1 Pick Mark Appel

    When it comes to the No. 1 overall pick in the amateur draft, there’s usually a strong belief that the specific player—hitter or pitcher—will be able to reach the ...

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  24. Mariners get 5 hits in 1-0 loss to White Sox

    The Seattle Mariners had just five hits. They left nine runners on base and went 0 for 11 with runners in scoring position. And manager Lloyd McClendon felt much of the blame belonged to his own team...

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  25. Altuve Headed to All-Star Game on Players' Vote

    ANAHEIM -- In typical Jose Altuve fashion, the second baseman began by thanking his Astros teammates and the coaching staff upon learning Sunday afternoon he had made the American League All-Star team after being voted in by the players...

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