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Howie Kendrick has a little more than one week to show contenders he is healthy and capable of helping them make the postseason.
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Amid swirling trade speculation, Giants third baseman Eduardo Nunez has hit his stride, rattling off a stretch of crisp offensive production.
Phelps eager to help Mariners reach playoffs
David Phelps arrived at Safeco Field on Friday, ready to get to work. It's unclear in what role the Mariners will use their new reliever, but he's ready for anything and that suits his new team perfectly.
First 3 D-backs go deep off Scherzer
There were a lot of firsts when the D-backs hit back-to-back-to-back homers off Nationals right-hander Max Scherzer in the first inning Friday night.
Hosmer returns after dealing with family matter
Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer, who left the team to attend to a family matter on Friday morning, returned in time to pinch-hit in the fourth inning for Ramon Torres in the series opener against the White Sox.
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After a two-week shutdown, Angels right-hander Matt Shoemaker received clearance to throw from 60 feet before the Halos' series opener against the Red Sox at Angel Stadium.
Moncada triples, clears bases for first White Sox hit
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After going with a six-man rotation for the first week coming out of the All-Star break, the Red Sox are going back to a traditional alignment that will lead to veteran starter Doug Fister moving to the bullpen.
Healy exits after being struck by high hop
A's first baseman Ryon Healy took a sharp grounder to his face, forcing him out of the game in the sixth inning of Friday's contest with the Mets at Citi Field.
Mariners deal Lowe, Machi to White Sox
With neither veteran figuring in their plans this year, the Mariners traded Triple-A relievers Mark Lowe and Jean Machi to the White Sox on Friday in exchange for cash considerations.
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Joining a bullpen with late-inning power arms such Aroldis Chapman and Dellin Betances means fewer save opportunities for Yankees reliever David Robertson. The newly acquired reliever, who notched 13 saves in 14 chances with the White Sox before being traded to New York, doesn't mind one bit.
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Dodgers sluggers Adrian Gonzalez and Andre Ethier, sidelined by herniated disks in their backs, inched closer on Friday to returning to game action.
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Joe Maddon was pleased with the production. Hours before Jake Arrieta's solid six-inning start and even longer before a humbling eighth inning that led to an 11-4 loss on Friday, the Cubs' manager spoke to the media about how he felt the All-Star break had "revitalized" the starters.
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Lat strain sends Logan to disabled list
Prior to Friday's game against the Blue Jays at Progressive Field, the Indians placed left-hander Boone Logan on the 10-day disabled list with a left latissimus dorsi strain.
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J.D. out of lineup for home debut with D-backs
J.D. Martinez missed his home debut with his new club on Friday night. The slugger, acquired from the Tigers in a trade on Tuesday, left his first start with the D-backs on Wednesday with a contusion on his left hand after being hit by a pitch.
Kelley feels 100 percent after bullpen session
A key piece to the Nationals bullpen is making encouraging steps forward on his way to returning from the disabled list. Shawn Kelley threw a bullpen session Friday afternoon in Arizona, his second since suffering a setback while rehabbing his strained right trapezius muscle.
Roberto Perez laid down perfect bunt while Kenny Lofton watched from the broadcast booth
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The A's added two players to their roster ahead of Friday's series opener at Citi Field, bringing in first baseman/outfielder Matt Olson and reliever Frankie Montas for Interleague play against the Mets.
Jays' Sanchez may go back on DL with blister
Aaron Sanchez was scheduled to visit a hand specialist on Friday afternoon and it seems another stint on the disabled list will be required because of a blister.
Tigers befuddled by A. Wilson's recent woes
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J. Martinez 'fine' after being hit by foul ball
Early in a nine-run inning that eventually lifted the Cardinals to an 11-4 win over the Cubs on Friday afternoon, St. Louis endured a bit of a scare when outfielder Jose Martinez was struck near his left temple by a foul ball into the visitors' dugout.
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Kelly, Grichuk, Duke make strong showings
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With the Twins celebrating the 30th anniversary of their first World Series title this weekend, the organization officially unveiled a statue outside of Target Field honoring long-time manager Tom Kelly, who guided them to World Series championships in '87 and '91.
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