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Real or Not? Ozzie Albies, Gleyber Torres are already legit stars

The two 21-year-old infielders are already future All-Stars and putting up big power numbers. If you had to pick one, choosing isn't easy.

Crawford homers off brother-in-law Cole

Brandon Crawford takes Gerrit Cole, the husband of his sister Amy, deep for a two-run homer and the family reaction is interesting.

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Taylor, Puig give Dodgers lead with back-to-back HRs

Chris Taylor and Yasiel Puig both go deep to left field as the Dodgers storm in the sixth inning to take the lead.

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Gennett hits the jackpot with grand slam

Scooter Gennett clears the bases with a towering grand slam.

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Break out the tape measure for Harper's homer

Bryce Harper crushes a solo shot 433 feet to center field for his 15th long ball of the season.

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Betts belts 3-run homer

Mookie Betts clubs a 3-run homer out to left field to stand alone with the most long balls in the majors with 16.

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Morales caps big 1st inning with home run

Kendrys Morales smacks a 2-run dinger to right field to finish off a 5-run opening frame for the Blue Jays.

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Adames homers in 2nd career at-bat

Rays top prospects Willy Adames hits a solo home run for his first career hit.

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Tyler Chatwood latest starter to stall Cubs' momentum

In the latest maddening development in Chicago's rotation, Tyler Chatwood once again struggled to find the strike zone.

Kris Bryant bucking strikeout trend, but is he happy about it?

Always perfecting his craft, the Cubs slugger is making more contact than ever. He just wants to make sure it's the right kind of contact.

Indians crush Cubs

Jose Ramirez hits a 3-run homer in the 4th inning and the Indians continue to dominate, beating the Cubs 10-1.

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Alonso drives RBI total to 3 for game

Yonder Alonso cranks a fastball to the center-field wall to score two more runs against the Cubs.

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Ramirez goes yard at Wrigley Field

Jose Ramirez crushes the deep three-run homer to give the Indians the lead.

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Kipnis' RBI single scores 2 more runs for the Tribe

Jason Kipnis splits the infield to cap off a 3-run fourth inning for the Indians to extend their lead over the Cubs.

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Ramirez smokes a 3-run homer

Jose Ramirez connects with a changeup that just goes over the right-field fence to put the Indians up 3-0.

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Prospect Watch

Prospects for all 30 teams you should be stoked to see in 2018

Every club could use a boost from its farm system, and this crop should be ready to go this summer.

Law: Scouting Vlad Guerrero Jr., Bo Bichette and Cavan Biggio

Vlad Jr. stands out, but he's just one part of a trio of MLB legacies in Toronto's Double-A lineup turning heads on the way to the majors.

Angels

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The Shohei Ohtani experiment isn't just working -- it's perfect

Are the Angels using Ohtani correctly? So far, the planets have aligned for L.A. and its two-way star.

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Inside the making of Shohei Ohtani

So far, the two-way sensation is living up to Ruthian expectations. But how will he possibly keep this up? We trace his journey back to Japan in search of the surprising answer.

Hot Stove

Olney: Sellers beware -- third basemen will be a dime a dozen

Need hot-corner help? You're in luck. But for teams such as the O's, getting big value in return for Manny Machado might not be so easy this summer.

Addison Russell stays focused as Machado rumors swirl

The Cubs could take their chances with a Manny Machado trade, but their shortstop is working on delivering a big bounce-back effort at the plate.

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