1. Red-Hot Mets Make NL East Statement with Sweep of Nationals

    You don't win divisions or cement postseason berths in early August. But you can make statements —and the New York Mets just made one—loud and clear...

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  2. Mets Hit 3 Homers in 5 Pitches to Sweep Nationals, 5-2

    NEW YORK -- Curtis Granderson, Daniel Murphy and streaking Lucas Duda homered in a span of five pitches, a sudden power strike that charged up Citi Field and sent the New York Mets past the Washington Nationals 5-2 Sunday night for a three-game sweep.

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  3. Lohse in Danger of Losing His Spot in Rotation

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  4. Reyes Not Looking to Be Compared to Tulowitzki

    The sight of Jose Reyes at shortstop for the Rockies against the Mariners could be a jarring one at Coors Field on Monday night...

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  5. Flande Proving His Value in Rockies' Rotation

    Lefty Yohan Flande has spent the last two seasons filling in wherever the Rockies need him, but his last two outings can be seen as a bid to convince manager Walt Weiss that Flande can fill a starting rotation need...

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  6. In Giants Debut, Mike Leake Overshadowed by Martin Perez

    Mike Leake was upstaged by a pitcher who recently returned from Tommy John surgery, but the reviews of the newest Giant were glowing...

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  7. Trevor Bauer Pitches Well with Little Support

    Trevor Bauer went over some of the video from his start on Sunday immediately after the Indians ' loss to the A's...

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  8. Mets Hope to Get Steven Matz Back in September

    Though he refuses to look into his "crystal ball" to come to conclusions about his young pitchers, Mets manager Terry Collins did admit he hopes for an early September return for Steven Matz...

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  9. Lucas Duda Becomes 1st Mets Player to Hit 9 Homers in an 8-Game Span

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  10. Diamondbacks' Chip Hale: Benching a Learning Experience for Yasmany Tomas

    Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale hoped that young slugger Yasmany Tomas would view his removal from Saturday's game as a learning experience...

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  11. Yankees Get Strong Outing from Ivan Nova

    The Yankees had some concerns about Ivan Nova's health coming into Sunday's start against the White Sox , with his last start having been truncated because of what they termed "arm ...

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  12. Energy Level Not There for Arizona in 4-1 Loss to Astros

    HOUSTON (AP) — Arizona Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale made it clear after Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Houston Astros that he wasn't happy with his team's energy level. Collin McHugh threw seven solid innings, and Carlos Gomez delivered a...

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  13. Godley's Run in D-Backs' Rotation Opens Eyes

    HOUSTON -- If Monday will mark the swan song for Diamondbacks right-hander Zack Godley in the Arizona rotation, it's safe to consider his short stay was an eye-opener for the franchise -- if not a flat-out success...

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  14. McHugh Turns in Solid Start as Astros Stay Hot at Home, Take Series from ARZ

    It was a routine Sunday at Minute Maid Park. Collin McHugh had a solid outing. Evan Gattis hit a 385-foot home run. Carlos Correa made a play worthy of a 20-year veteran. Carlos Gomez felt sexy...

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  15. Astros Primed for Present and Future Success

    HOUSTON -- If A.J. Hinch is developing a common theme in this, his first season as Astros manager, it is his unwillingness to consider one game or series more significant than the myriad others on the schedule...

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  16. VIDEO: Ethier's Walk-off Homer Completes 3-Game Sweep of Angels

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  17. McHugh Goes 7 Innings, Astros Beat Diamondbacks 4-1

    HOUSTON (AP) — The last year has been a complete turnaround for Collin McHugh. McHugh kept that turnaround from his first.....

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  18. Dodgers Monitoring Closer Jansen's Mechanics

    Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen's home run troubles have continued against the Angels , and Manager Don Mattingly says a mechanical flaw in his closer's delivery is to blame...

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  19. Rays Rally to Salvage Finale Against Red Sox

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  20. Cards Rally in Ninth for Win

    Thanks to a ninth-inning rally, the Cardinals were able to pull out a 3-2 victory against the Colorado Rockies on Sunday afternoon...

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  21. Reliever Junichi Tazawa Can't Hold Boston Red Sox's Lead in Loss to Rays

    BOSTON — Junichi Tazawa, who has been so reliable throughout this season with a 2.93 ERA and 14 holds, couldn't hold a one-run lead against the Rays here Sunday...

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  22. Tampa Bay Rays Hold on After Rally to Beat Boston Red Sox, Avoid Sweep

    BOSTON (AP) -- James Loney knows it always feels better having a lucky hit at the right time. Asdrubal Cabrera had a game-tying RBI double and then scored on Loney's bloop single in ...

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  23. James Shields Escapes with No-Decision for Padres

    James Shields allowed two runs in six innings for the Padres against Miami on Sunday, and left trailing in the game. A late rally allowed him to salvage a no-decision on the day...

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  24. Spangenberg to Begin Rehab Assignment

    MIAMI — After missing more than a month's worth of games, Padres infielder Cory Spangenberg will begin a rehab assignment with Double-A San Antonio on Monday. Spangenberg has been on the disabled...

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  25. Indians Can't Muster Enough in 10 Innings vs. A's

    OAKLAND, Calif. – The Indians offense, minus departed Brandon Moss and David Murphy and injured Jason Kipnis, didn't do much Sunday afternoon at O.co Coliseum...

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