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Paul Dolan approved as Indians' controlling owner

Paul Dolan approved as Indians' controlling owner

PARADISE VALLEY, Ariz. (AP) Paul Dolan has been approved by Major League Baseball as the controlling owner of the Cleveland Indians, taking over from his father Larry.

The 53-year-old Dolan was voted approval at MLB's owners meeting on Thursday.

Larry Dolan and his family trusts bought the team from Richard Jacobs in February 2002, and Paul Dolan became vice president and general counsel. He was promoted to team president in 2004 and chairman and chief executive officer in 2011.

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Washington Nationals Roundup: Nats hold Wild Card spot with win over Cardinals

Washington Nationals Roundup: Nats hold Wild Card spot with win over Cardinals

As the wild-card race continues to heat up, the Washington Nationals did themselves a favor with a Tuesday night win over the St. Louis Cardinals. The win kept the Nats in sole place of the first wild-card spot, only 1.5 games above the Cubs and Brewers. 

Here are the latest news and notes.

Player Notes:

1B Howie Kendrick was superb, hitting a triple and homer while scoring two runs of his own. Meanwhile, SP Patrick Corbin reached double-digit strikeouts in six innings pitched for the first time since July in a great performance on the mound. C Kurt Suzuki reportedly felt good after swinging a bat before the Tuesday game. He was injured Sept. 7 and is hopeful to return next week.

Injuries:

C Spencer Kieboom, elbow, 60-Day IL, 2020

C Kurt Suzuki, elbow, sidelined, day-to-day

RP Joe Ross, arm, sidelined, day-to-day

RP Roenias Elias, arm, sidelined, day-to-day

RP Austen Williams, arm, 60-Day IL, out indefinitely

1B Matt Adams, shoulder, sidelined, day-to-day

RP John Venters, shoulder, 60-Day IL, 2020

RP Koda Golder, elbow, 60-Day IL, out indefinitely

Coming Up:

Wednesday, Sept. 18: Nats at Cardinals, 1:15 p.m. at Busch Stadium

Friday, Sept. 20: Nats at Marlins, 7:10 p.m. at Marlins Park

Saturday, Sept. 21: Nats at Marlins, 6:10 p.m. at Marlins Park

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Orioles Roundup: Baltimore falls to Toronto, 8-5

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Orioles Roundup: Baltimore falls to Toronto, 8-5

The Baltimore Orioles lost the first of their penultimate home series for the season 8-5 to the Toronto Blue Jays Tuesday night. 

Here are the latest player news and notes.

Player Updates:

OF Mason Williams crashed hastily into the back wall trying to prevent a Blue Jays score in the top of the ninth. It was 2B Cavan Biggio's line drive that ended up as a two-run triple to give the Blue Jays some cushion. That triple helped Biggio complete the cycle. Austin Hays replaced Williams while he was checked for a concussion. 

X-Ray tests came back negative for DH Renato Nunez after his left hand was hit by a pitch in Monday's loss to the Tigers. He could be back Wednesday. 

Injuries

DH Mark Trumbo, shoulder, sidelined, day-to-day

RP Hunter Harvey, biceps, sidelined, day-to-day

RP Josh Rogers, elbow, 60-Day IL, out indefinitely 

SP Alex Cobb, back, 60-Day IL, 2020

Coming Up:

Wednesday, 9/18: Blue Jays at Orioles, 7:05 p.m., Camden Yards

Thursday, 9/19: Blue Jays at Orioles, 7:05 p.m., Camden Yards

Friday, 9/19: Mariners at Orioles, 7:05 p.m., Camden Yards

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