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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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Cubs not finished with roster update.

Buster Olney says Chicago is not done acquiring players, as it has expressed interest in acquiring Alex Avila, Yu Darvish, Sonny Gray and Zach Britton.

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Kluber fans 14 Blue Jays.

Corey Kluber strikes out fourteen Toronto batters during Cleveland's dominant 8-1 win.

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Lindor hustles for one-handed throw to first base.

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

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Brantley's 2-run dinger snaps 54-game homerless streak.

Michael Brantley crushes a shot to deep center, scoring Carlos Santana in the bottom of the sixth inning against the Blue Jays.

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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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Farrell ejected in Red Sox's loss to Angels.

Red Sox manager John Farrell was ejected in the fifth for arguing the strike zone.

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Angels 7, Red Sox 3: Staked to an early three-run lead, David Price couldn't make it hold up. After a run of seven strong starts, Price threw a dud, allowing four runs in the third inning and six overall in five innings. The big blow came on Andrelton Simmons' two-run homer that gave the Angels a 4-3 lead in the third inning. The Sox mustered six hits, four of which came in the first two innings. John Farrell was ejected in the fifth inning after arguing a called strikeout.

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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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Aoki and Altuve combine for 3-run homers.

Jose Altuve and Norichika Aoki contribute to six out of Houston's seven runs with each player hitting a 3-run home run over Baltimore.

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Marisnick robs a HR from Davis.

Jake Marisnick smacks into the wall after fully extending his arm to catch a what could have been home run from Chris Davis in the fifth inning.

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Davis clubs 28th HR of season.

Khris Davis takes Rafael Montero deep to left field for a solo homer, giving the A's a 2-1 lead.

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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.

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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.