1. Ackley (Ankle) Returns Tonight vs. Halos

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  2. A's Lose Sacramento Affiliate; Weekly Honors for Jon Lester

    A source tells The Chronicle that Triple-A Sacramento has filed to end its longtime affiliation with the A's, as I first reported was likely in May...

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  3. Braves' Gattis Still out with Lingering Illness

    Evan Gattis missed his seventh consecutive game on Monday because of illness and manager Fredi Gonzalez said doctors are trying to figure out why Gattis is taking longer than expected to recover...

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  4. Vic Black Likely Done for the Season with Strained Rotator Cuff

    Mets reliever Vic Black has been shut down with a shoulder injury just one week after returning from a disabled list stint for a herniated disk in his back...

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  5. Morneau's NL Batting Crown Race Resumes Tonight

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  6. Mets' Matt Harvey Hits 95 Mph in Final Bullpen Session

    On Monday, Mets right-hander Matt Harvey, who's recovering from October 2013 Tommy John surgery and who won't pitch this season, had a successful final bullpen session of 2014. Here's the relevant tweet from Anthony DiComo of MLB ...

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  7. Martin Prado Makes a Brand New Start of It in Old New York

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  8. Rays Call Up Nick Franklin from Triple-A

    Tampa Bay has called up switch-hitting infielder Nick Franklin, whom the Rays acquired from the Mariners on July 31 in the three-team trade revolving around David Price...

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  9. Early Predictions for 2014 MLB Playoff Teams, 25-Man Postseason Rosters

    With two weeks left in the 2014 MLB season, it is time to look at some early predictions for the postseason rosters of all of the clubs that will be playing baseball in October. That means that we have to go on record with our playoff picks...

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  10. 4 Keys to the Atlanta Braves Sneaking into the 2014 MLB Postseason

    The Atlanta Braves are reeling after a 2-7 road trip that has seen them slip to four games out of the National League wild-card race. The team is playing some of its worst baseball right now at the most critical time of the season...

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  11. Robertson: 'I Pitched Like Crap'

    BALTIMORE -- New York Yankees closer David Robertson spoke rather bluntly when talking about his efforts Sunday night...

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  12. Late homer thrills Blue Jays' John Mayberry Jr.

    For more than a year, the Blue Jays have been searching for a righthanded bat to mash against lefthanded pitchers.....

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  13. Avila (Head) Out for Opener vs. Twins

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  14. Dave Stewart Seen as a Favorite for D-Backs' GM Job

    Dave Stewart, the former star pitcher who's now a top player agent, has informed the Diamondbacks he will indeed interview for their open GM job...

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  15. Injured Astros Rookie George Springer Runs the Bases, Hopeful About a Return

    Outfielder George Springer ran the bases on Sunday morning at Angel Stadium to test his strained left quad, with Astros manager Tom Lawless, trainer Nate Lucero, strength coach Jake Beiting and others looking on...

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  16. Mariners Jackson Finding His Way out of a Hitting Funk

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  17. Mariners' Next Opponent: The Road

    When the 2014 schedule was planned last year, I wrote how the schedule-makers hosed the West Coast teams in general and the Mariners in particular.....

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  18. Seattle Mariners Do Not Deserve a Playoff Spot

    The Seattle Mariners can still make the 2014 MLB playoffs. If they do, it will be by the narrowest of margins.....

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  19. Paul Konerko Wants to Return This Weekend in Some Capacity

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  20. Brewers Make Case for Regained Relevance with Complete Win

    For quite some time now, the Milwaukee Brewers have longed for one of those breakout offensive performances.....

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  21. Clark Capitalizing on Chances, Aiding Crew's Playoff Push

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  22. CJ Nitkowski: What happens to a pitcher when they hit a batter in the face

    When Mike Fiers hit Giancarlo Stanton in the face with a fastball on Thursday night, our attention was immediately turned to the Miami Marlins slugger — and rightfully so.....

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  23. Angels Post-Season Roster Possibilities

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  24. Angels' Offense Clicking at the Right Time

    A red October is right around the corner for the Los Angeles Angels . With a record of 92-55 entering Saturday, the team's magic number is five games to clinch the American League West...

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  25. Baltimore Orioles: Enough Offense for a Playoffs Team?

    It may seem like an absolutely ridiculous question to ask if the Baltimore Orioles have enough offense to be a seriously competitive playoffs team.....

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