1. Jered Weaver Says Mike Trout Not Target of Dugout Tirade

    A routine fly ball that dropped between Mike Trout and Kole Calhoun set off Los Angeles Angels starter Jered Weaver on Tuesday night...

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  2. Gomez's 'Shut Up' Remark Riles Girardi, Yankees

    NEW YORK -- During the Houston Astros' 15-1 win over the New York Yankees on Tuesday, Carlos Gomez told Joe Girardi and the Yankees' dugout to "shut up," causing the benches to clear in the sixth inning...

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  3. Crawford Left Game vs Cubs with Tightness in Left Side

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  4. Cain Hammered by Cubs, Giants Lose Ground in Playoff Races

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Matt Cain is closer to 100 losses than 100 wins and hasn't had a winning season since helping the San Francisco Giants win the 2012 World Series title...

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  5. MLB's Updated Award Race Winners for 2015

    The finish line is in sight for this Major League Baseball season. With less than six weeks to play in the regular season, very little is decided when it comes to the playoff races, sans the Kansas City Royals and St...

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  6. Kyle Schwarber's Whirlwind Year Pushes Cubs to Another Level

    SAN FRANCISCO – No, Kyle Schwarber didn't see himself in the big leagues this quickly, kick-starting a Cubs team that's on pace to win around 95 games and looking like an October fixture for years to come...

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  7. Jays Completes Late Comeback, Reclaim AL East Lead

    It looks like the Toronto Blue Jays are going to be involved in quite the fight with the New York Yankees for the American League East division. The club responded to that competition by picking up a late 6-5 victory over the Texas Rangers on Tuesday...

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  8. Span Can Provide Much-Needed Boost for Nats

    Let's be clear about this up front: If the addition of one player from the DL were enough to fix the Nationals, they wouldn't be 5 1/2 games out of first place in the National League East...

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  9. Last-Minute Waiver Trade Ideas for MLB Contenders' Biggest Weaknesses

    Don't worry, MLB contenders! Time may be running short, but there's still time to address your most pressing needs via the waiver trade market. Up until August 31, MLB teams can still make moves with players who cleared waivers earlier this month...

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  10. Bautista Refusing to Do Sportsnet Interviews

    The Jays' Jose Bautista has continued his boycott of Sportsnet, refusing to talk to the broadcaster for the past three months...

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  11. Yankees Phenom Luis Severino Too Good to Be Traded for Cole Hamels, David Price

    NEW YORK — Kids are all the rage in the major leagues these days, to the point that one scout was saying this week he'd rather have 20-year-old Carlos Correa than just about any player in the game...

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  12. Ranking the Top 2015 MLB Pennant Race X-Factors with 1 Month to Go

    Hunter Pence is the ultimate X-factor. The dynamic right fielder is just the kind of game-changer who could vault the San Francisco Giants to yet another October run—that is, if his strained oblique allows him to fulfill that role...

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  13. MLB Waiver Wire: Players Any Team Would Be Lucky to Have

    The Aug. 31 Major League Baseball waiver trade deadline is less than a week away, but teams prepping for their playoff push still have time to land a player that could help with that...

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  14. X-Rays on Odor's Finger Negative

    Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor left Tuesday's game in the seventh inning with an apparent finger injury......

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  15. Curt Casali of Tampa Bay Rays Injured Rounding Bases After Home Run

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The Tampa Bay Rays lost their catcher during a run around the bases on a home run and lost the game as well......

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  16. Rays' Jennings Exits with Bruised Knee

    Tampa Bay Rays left fielder Desmond Jennings exited Tuesday's game against the Minnesota Twins in the fourth inning after suffering a bruised left knee...

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  17. Jackson's Single Gives Mariners 6-5 Win over A's

    SEATTLE -- Austin Jackson's bases-loaded, two-run single in the fifth inning capped Seattle's comeback from a five-run deficit and led the Mariners a 6-5 victory over the Oakland Athletics on Tuesday night...

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  18. Tigers Fans Being Turned into 3-D Models

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  19. Arrieta 1st Pitcher This Year to 16 Wins as Cubs Beat Giants

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Kyle Schwarber, Miguel Montero and Starlin Castro all hit home runs in support of another solid outing from Jake Arrieta, and the Chicago Cubs beat the San Francisco Giants 8-5 Tuesday night for their sixth straight win...

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  20. Cano Sets MLB Record with 30-Double Season

    SEATTLE -- With a bloop double to left in the seventh inning of the Mariners ' game against the A's on Tuesday night, Robinson Cano became the first player in Major League history to record 30 doubles in his first 11 Major League seasons...

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  21. Indians, Fueled by Brantley's 2 2-Run Homers, Topple Brewers

    CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Left fielder Michael Brantley went 3-for-4 with two two-run homers as the Cleveland Indians defeated the Milwaukee Brewers , 11-6, Tuesday night at Progressive Field...

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  22. Brewers Moving Domingo Santana Around the Outfield

    Cleveland — In a short amount of time, the Milwaukee Brewers have been able to get a look at Domingo Santana at all three outfield positions......

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  23. Royals Rely on Bullpen to Squeak by Orioles, 3-2

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Eric Hosmer rolled a grounder toward first base in the third inning with the score tied, and Lorenzo Cain put on the brakes -- a heads-up play that may have won the Royals the game...

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  24. Evan Marshall Makes Return to Chase Field After Scary Head Injury

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  25. Green Said MRI Showed Just a 'Tweak' to His Right Knee

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