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Cubs still looking to add to roster.

Buster Olney says the Cubs have expressed interest in acquiring Alex Avila, Yu Darvish, Sonny Gray and Zach Britton.

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K.C. goes back to back to back in win.

Whit Merrifield, Jorge Bonifacio and Eric Hosmer launch consecutive homers as the Royals finish off a sweep of the White Sox.

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Escobar's hits 438-foot home run for Twins.

Eduardo Escobar crushes a pitch deep into the third deck at Target Field.

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Lindor hustles for one-handed throw to first base.

Francisco Lindor barehands Josh Donaldson's infield chop and throws to first baseman Carlos Santana just in the nick of time.

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Odor, Gomez go back-to-back to give Rangers the lead.

Rougned Odor's two-run homer evens the score, and then Carlos Gomez follows up with a blast of his own in the eighth inning. The Rangers went to beat the Rays 6-5.

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Springer calls Moran's injury 'scary.'

George Springer reacts to teammate Colin Moran suffering a facial fracture after taking a foul ball to the face against the Orioles Saturday night.

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Fan catches flying bat with one hand.

Nick Franklin of the Angels lets his bat loose and it flies into the stands where a fan makes a fine catch.

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Young Reds fan 'kicks' Dee Gordon.

Gordon talks with a fan before the Marlins' game against the Reds, but the youngster turns the tables on Gordon by giving him a soft kick on the leg.

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SC Featured: Hall of Famer Claire Smith in a league of her own.

J.G. Spink Award recipient Claire Smith hasn't always had a smooth path on her road to Cooperstown, but her journey has made her among one of baseball's pivotal trailblazers.

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Yankees

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Sanchez: "I'm just proud to be in this organization."

Dominican player Gary Sanchez confesses his emotions to his second season with the Yankees of New York.

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  • Gary Sanchez's long road to the Bronx

    Few players have made as much of a splash with a rookie campaign as Gary Sanchez. But last year's blockbuster two months were the result of years of work adapting to baseball in the U.S. and climbing through the Yankees' minor league system.

My Wish

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  • My Wish: Ziggy manages the Dodgers

    Lazaro Emilio Monarrez, known to everyone around El Paso, Texas, as Ziggy, has not let spinal muscular atrophy dampen his love for baseball. For his wish, Ziggy gets a chance to manage the Dodgers for a day and hang out with Clayton Kershaw.