1. Gonzalez Leaves Game with Apparent Knee Injury

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  2. Duffy (Ankle) Starts, Blanco (Hip) Remains out

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  3. Fowler Sits Again, Szczur in CF

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  4. The Mets' Hot Streak Should Carry into September

    The New York Mets are on some kind of tear right now. With a 9-4 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday night, the Mets have won 21 of their last 29 games — a ...

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  5. A New Mets Outlook, and the Wins Keep Coming

    When Terry Collins was hired as the Mets ' manager in 2010, the situation he inherited was not exactly viewed as desirable...

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  6. Twins Rejoin Playoff Picture After Sixth Consecutive Win

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  7. The Website MLB Couldn't Buy

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  8. Justin Verlander so Close to Joining Elite List of Pitchers Who Threw No-Nos

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  9. Starlin Castro Believes This Cubs Season Has Made Him Stronger

    This isn't the breakthrough season Starlin Castro envisioned for the Cubs . A three-time All-Star shortstop would have pictured being in the middle of it all when Wrigley Field started rocking again...

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  10. Ned Yost Plans to Keep Royals' Bullpen Pitchers in Their Established Roles

    Royals manager Ned Yost says he still prefers a bullpen with defined roles, even as myriad injuries and a general cautiousness have resulted in a shuffling of roles for much of August...

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  11. Houston Astros Need to Call Chris Carter Experiment to a Close

    Chris Carter has a lot of power. When he hits the ball, it makes like its late for work and gets out of the park. But that is just about all Carter can do, and he does not do it every often...

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  12. With Roster Expansion Around the Corner, Astros Considering Their Options

    When rosters expand from 25 to 40 on September 1, teams in contention will be looking to maximize their depth as they try to juggle the rigors of a postseason push with making sure their everyday players aren't burnt out...

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  13. Terry Francona Expects Carlos Carrasco to Pitch Again This Season

    Right-hander Carlos Carrasco's trip to the disabled list does not mean he's made his final start of the year...

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  14. DJ LeMahieu Hits in Each Order Spot for Rockies

    Perhaps the only person who wasn't surprised to see DJ LeMahieu's name penciled in at cleanup Wednesday was the second baseman himself...

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  15. Colorado Rockies Win Series in Atlanta for First Time Since 2005

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  16. Veteran LeCure Dispenses Advice to Young Starters

    Before rookie left-hander John Lamb spoke to the media following his loss on Tuesday, he sat in a chair next to reliever Sam LeCure, who was talking to him about his outing...

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  17. BAR: Who Will the Reds Call Up in September?

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  18. A.J. Ellis Is Doing Well in Backup Role with Dodgers

    With another overmatched rookie pitcher on the mound Wednesday night for the Cincinnati Reds , the Dodgers powered their way to a 7-4 victory at Great American Ball Park behind three fourth-inning home runs...

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  19. Miguel Cabrera Quietly Getting Even Better: TKB

    Thanks to the Detroit Tigers falling out of the pennant race and a six-week stint on the disabled list, Miguel Cabrera isn't getting mentioned in the AL MVP race between Mike Trout and Josh Donaldson...

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  20. Chicago White Sox Lineup Without Trayce Thompson Creates Buzz

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  21. Chris Sale Finds a Way, but Chicago White Sox Can't

    On his way to his latest expression of artistry, Chicago White Sox starter Chris Sale's junkyard-dog approach only fell flat because he got no offensive support in a 3-0 loss to the Boston Red Sox on Wednesday...

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  22. Chicago Cubs Coaches Wear Medieval Armor in Dugout

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  23. Cubs Loss the Exception to the Norm

    The interesting thing about the Chicago Cubs ' 4-2 loss to the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday night is it was the kind of a game that should have been the norm for them this season, not the exception...

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  24. Red Sox Rookie Travis Shaw: 'I Won't Worry About Hanley Ramirez'

    David Ortiz had a message for Travis Shaw when he summoned him over to his locker for what turned into a 15-minute chat last week at Fenway Park...

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  25. Red Sox Notebook: Clay Buchholz' Season, Future in Doubt

    When Clay Buchholz received an injection last month to help treat a flexor strain in his right elbow, he was optimistic he would pitch again this season...

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