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Hunter Pence is mashing for the Rangers
Hunter Pence is hitting over .300 with nine homers for the Rangers. He was thought to be considering retirement after last season.
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Julio Urías to be reinstated from administrative leave
Dodgers pitcher Julio Urías is expected to be reinstated from administrative leave after just one week following an arrest on suspicion of domestic battery.
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Brett Anderson exits start with apparent neck injury
Athletics starter Brett Anderson exited after 5 1/3 innings against the Indians on Monday night due to an apparent neck injury.
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Triple-A Game features 33 runs, cycle, four-homer game from Yasmany Tomás
The Triple-A affiliates of the Diamondbacks and Mariners played a wild one on Monday. Yasmany Tomás hit four homers and Matt Szczur hit for the cycle as the Reno Aces beat the Tacoma Rainiers 25-8.
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Top prospects to watch with rising fantasy value
Each year, exciting prospects break into the big leagues. Here are Rotoworld's top prospects who should entice any fantasy owner.
Mets’ front office gives vote of confidence to Mickey Callaway
Manager Mickey Callaway received a vote of confidence from the Mets' front office on Monday. The Mets are on a five-game losing streak and were just swept by the Marlins.
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Fantasy Baseball Buy, Sell, Hold: Hitters
Rotoworld's weekly update on hitters to buy, sell, and hold includes a certain St. Louis Cardinals player who may be in the midst of a breakout season.
Fantasy Baseball Buy, Sell, Hold: Pitchers
With pitching often a top priority for fantasy owners, here is Rotoworld's weekly update on pitchers to buy, sell, and hold.
Braves trade Jesse Biddle and Arodys Vizcaíno to Seattle for Anthony Swarzak
The Braves and Ms swap relievers who have so far been ineffective in 2019
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Giancarlo Stanton to begin rehab assignment tonight
Stanton has been out of action since April 1 due to a bicep and shoulder strain
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Tim Tebow hit his first Triple-A homer
That raised his slugging percentage to . . . .231
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Koji Uehara has retired
Uehara posted a 2.66 ERA and notched 95 saves in nine excellent big league seasons
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Red Sox end Astros’ 10-game winning streak
The Astros' 10-game winning streak -- their second such streak of the season -- came to an end on Sunday at the hands of the Red Sox.
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Roman Quinn to give up switch-hitting
Phillies outfielder Roman Quinn will give up switch-hitting, batting exclusively from the right side when he returns from the injured list soon.
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Hyun-Jin Ryu extends scoreless streak to 31 innings
Hyun-Jin Ryu tossed seven more scoreless innings on Sunday against the Reds, extending his scoreless innings streak to 31.
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Mickey Callaway on hot seat after Mets get swept by Marlins
Mickey Callaway's days as manager of the Mets could be numered after his club suffered a series sweep at the hands of the lowly Marlins over the weekend.
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Phillies activate Scott Kingery from injured list
Recently recovered from a lingering hamstring strain, Kingery made his first career start at center field for the Phillies on Sunday.
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The Cubs played under protest after Joe Maddon disputed an ‘illegal’ pitching motion
Maddon took issue with Sean Doolittle's delivery in the ninth inning of Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Nationals.
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Video: Mike Trout swats his 250th career home run
Trout entered rare company on Saturday after collecting his 10th home run of 2019 -- and 250th of his career.
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Report: Pirates to convert JB Shuck into two-way player
Veteran outfielder Shuck might be the newest player to vie for two-way status in the majors.
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Bryce Harper belts second-longest home run in 2-1 win over Rockies
Harper lifted the Phillies to a 1-0 lead on Saturday with his eighth home run of the year, setting a new Statcast record in the process.
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Braves release Jonny Venters
Jerry Blevins will assume Venters' spot in Atlanta's bullpen this spring.
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Video: Masahiro Tanaka’s wild inning-ending play ends in injury
Tanaka helped execute an unusual 1-3 putout, but exited the game moments later after sustaining a minor lower leg injury.
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Mets activate Steven Matz from injured list
Matz is poised to return to the Mets' rotation after recovering from a bout of radial nerve discomfort in his left forearm.
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Aaron Sanchez exits game with blister
Sanchez's finger issues continued on Friday after he developed a blister on his right middle finger.
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Ryan Pressly sets an all-time record for consecutive scoreless appearances
Pressly extended his streak to 39 straight appearances after recording another scoreless outing for the Astros on Friday night.
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Taijuan Walker to be shut down for another six weeks
Walker suffered another setback in his lengthy recovery from Tommy John surgery after he was diagnosed with a capsule sprain in his right shoulder.
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Mets designate Keon Broxton for assignment
This is not at all surprising given his public complaints about playing time yesterday
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Nationals activate Trea Turner
Turner only played for games this year before hitting the injured list with a broken finger
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Mets call up Carlos Gomez
Gomez has hit decently at Triple-A this year and now he'll help fill in for Michael Conforto.
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Best two-start pitching options and one to avoid
Desperate for some pitching help this week? Rotoworld lists their best two-start options, as well as a certain two-start pitcher to avoid.
Angels block Dodgers’ attempt at doing something cool
They were able to because of MLB's antiquated and dumb territorial rights
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Report: Cubs, Cardinals to play in London
The second iteration of the London Series will feature National League Central rivals
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Ian Kinsler shouts f-bombs at hometown fans
He later claimed his outburst was motivational, but not even his manager seemed to buy that.
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Thursday’s Scores and Highlights
Christian Yelich's socks and those blue Phillies uniforms were pretty, but there was a lot of ugly baseball yesterday.  
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Report: Kenta Maeda headed to injured list
The Dodgers are expected to place starter Kenta Maeda on the 10-day injured list on Friday. He struck out 12 over 6 2/3 innings against the Padres on Wednesday.
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Rays acquire Erik Kratz from Giants
The Rays acquired veteran Erik Kratz from the Giants on Thursday, adding catching depth.
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Keon Broxton frustrated by lack of playing time
Mets backup outfielder Keon Broxton is frustrated with the lack of playing time he's had this season.
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Michael Conforto has a concussion
Mets outfielder Michael Conforto was diagnosed with a concussion after Thursday's game during which he collided with teammate Robinson Canó.
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Twins designate Addison Reed for assignment
The Twins shuffled the makeup of their bullpen on Thursday, including designating veteran reliever Addison Reed for assignment.
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Fan runs onto field in Atlanta and gets destroyed
Which allows me to offer one of my least popular takes, which should make some of you happy.
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Rockies to call up prospect Brendan Rodgers
Rodgers is raking in Triple-A right now and, though he is a shortstop, he might cure Colorado's second base ills. 
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Bruce Willis bounces ceremonial first pitch in Philly
Now I have an offspeed pitch in the dirt. Ho, Ho, Ho!
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Wednesday’s Scores and Highlights
Gleyber Torres put his head down and rounded the bases three times in the Yankees doubleheader sweep of Baltimore
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Austin Riley homers in MLB debut
Braves prospect Austin Riley, making his MLB debut on Wednesday, crushed a ball 438 feet for his first major league home run.
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Miguel Andújar to have season-ending surgery
Yankees third baseman Miguel Andújar has chosen to undergo season-ending shoulder surgery.
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Zack Greinke exits start with apparent injury
Zack Greinke appeared to suffer an injury, exiting Wednesday's start with two outs in the eighth inning against the Pirates.
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Let’s check in with that scout who trashed Josh Bell
One anonymous scout's analysis of Josh Bell hasn't aged well.
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Rangers call up Willie Calhoun
Former top prospect Willie Calhoun has been called back up to the majors and is in the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Royals.
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Edwin Jackson pitches for 14th team, sets new record
Edwin Jackson started for the Blue Jays on Wednesday, marking the 14th different team he has pitched for during his 16-year major league career.
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