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Red Sox options to replace Price.

Buster Olney examines the Red Sox trade options following David Price being placed on the DL due to elbow soreness.

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Beltre not a fan of having his head touched.

Adrian Beltre has had a lot of big hits on his march to 3,000. He has also had a lot of teammates try to touch his head afterward, much to the All-Star's annoyance.

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Duda Dealt To Rays

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Yankees walk off on Gardner's homer.

In the 11th inning, Brett Gardner sends a solo homer to right field to give the Yankees a 6-5 victory over the Rays.

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Judge breaks tooth in celebration.

Aaron Judge takes a helmet to the face after Brett Gardner's walk-off home run earns the Yankees an 11th-inning victory.

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Nats tie MLB record with 5-HR inning.

Bryce Harper and the Nats got homer happy, taking Milwaukee's Michael Blazek five times in the third inning.

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Hall of Fame enshrinement

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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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Kershaw hosts charity ping pong event.

Clayton Kershaw brings the stars out to Dodger Stadium for a different kind of fun on the diamond.

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Trade deadline

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  • A trade deadline deal for all 30 teams

    An Oriole who becomes a National? Matt Kemp as a DH? An NL All-Star heads to Kansas City? Here are the moves that could boost contenders now and improve sellers' fortunes down the road.

Beisbol Experience

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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.