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Stanton stirring just what Yankees need if arms look like this
Giancarlo Stanton snapped a long homerless string, and with Sonny Gray unable to hold a lead, New York had better hope the slugger is getting hot.

Manfred: Fewer games would mean lower pay
Commissioner Rob Manfred responded to Cubs star Anthony Rizzo's assertion that MLB teams play too many games by saying if "they're going to work less, they're probably going to make less."

White Sox RHP Farquhar passes out in dugout
White Sox pitcher Danny Farquhar passed out in the dugout Friday and was taken to the hospital.

Still no no-no for Padres: Ross bid falls short
Tyson Ross lost his bid to pitch the first no-hitter in San Diego Padres history when center fielder Franchy Cordero appeared to misplay a ball with two outs in the eighth inning Friday night of a 4-1 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Callaway: Mets still unsure on Harvey's future
A day after Mets right-hander Matt Harvey was rocked for six runs in six innings, manager Mickey Callaway said the team is "still not exactly sure what route we'll go" regarding Harvey's future.

Pence to DL; call-up Williamson HRs in debut
Giants outfielder Hunter Pence, who has been dealing with an injury to his right thumb since the team's home opener April 4, was put on the 10-day disabled list Friday.

O's closer Britton throws off mound: 'Pretty big'
Orioles closer Zach Britton threw 20 pitches off a half-mound in an indoor batting cage, taking a significant step in his recovery from an Achilles injury.

Baez-Almora a suddenly dynamic duo Cubs can't break up now
After propelling Chicago to 24 runs in two days, leadoff pair Javier Baez and Albert Almora are threatening Joe Maddon's everyone-plays approach.

Pitcher goes from working at Miller Brewery to facing the Brewers
With his former coworkers looking on, Miami's Trevor Richards will take the mound in the stadium sponsored by the brand that once paid him $9 an hour.

The case for 154 games, Fenway's quest and MLB's next big thing
How to shorten the season without hurting MLB's bottom line, Boston's ballpark is about to set a new record, and introducing the super sophs!

Three wild ways baseball in 2018 is unlike ever before
Duck! Pitches are flying all over, strikeouts are surging and lineups are bottoming out ... it's early, but MLB's latest evolution is taking shape.

What will it take for the Dodgers to be the Dodgers again?
A slumping lineup, a struggling closer and a sub-.500 record isn't what L.A. had in mind for 2018. We break down what the slow start means.

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