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Crasnick: Players who could get traded in August

Baseball's July 31 non-waiver trade deadline is behind us, but there still could be more moves coming in August. Jerry Crasnick identifies players who could change teams this month.

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Kershaw and Busch dominate July

NASCAR driver Kyle Busch won three straight Sprint Cup races this month, while Dodgers SP Clayton Kershaw posted a 0.27 ERA and carries a 29-inning scoreless streak into his start tonight. Month-by-month

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Could Utley be the next out of Philly?

ESPN's Jerry Crasnick said that the Phillies' Chase Utley is the "most interesting name to watch" at August's waiver deadline: "He could be a big lift for a team like, say, the Yankees, Angels or even the Cubs."

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Jerry Seinfeld tweets on Cespedes trade

Joked the comedian: "Oh my god. @Mets I can't believe I can actually say this, but is it true that there is now 'A Cespedis for the rest of us'?" Cespedes wasn't spelled correctly, but the clever pun made up for it.

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MLB trade deadline winners and losers

With the deadline behind us, Dave Schoenfield has all the details. The Royals emerged favorably. The Yankees? Not so much. Winners & losers

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Padres steal spotlight -- with inactivity

Yoenis Cespedes to the Mets was the biggest trade deadline move Friday, while the Padres, widely expected to sell and sell a lot, flummoxed the baseball world by doing next to nothing. Deadline recap (Insider)

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Baseball slide, the next dance craze?

Kansas City's Kendrys Morales should have been out by a mile. But he sidestepped Russell Martin -- literally -- to score on an unconventional "slide."

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MLB August trade candidates

ESPN's Jerry Crasnick reminds you that Friday was the non-waiver trade deadline, meaning it's still possible to trade in August. At the top of Crasnick's candidate list: struggling Phillies 2B Chase Utley. Seven more possibilities

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Wilmer Flores gets sweet redemption

Two nights after Flores got teary-eyed when he thought he was headed to Milwaukee, the Mets 2B hit a solo home run in the 12th for his 3rd walk-off hit of the year.

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Cespedes: Tigers trading me not 'smart'

New Met Yoenis Cespedes told ESPN Deportes' Marly Rivera he found out about the move via TV and said about the Tigers: "I don’t think it was a good decision to throw in the towel this early. There’s still a lot of baseball to be played." 'I feel no pressure'

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Most Defensive Runs Saved in 2015 (by outfield arm) Yoenis Cespedes 6 Leonys Martin 6 Starling Marte 6 J.D. Martinez 5

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From tears on the field Wednesday to last night's Gatorade bath, Wilmer Flores has had a roller coaster week.

Red Sox GM: We have to fix our roster

The Red Sox sat out the trade deadline, Ben Cherington admitted that fixing their roster "won't be easy": "I think it's safe to say now at the end of July that we were wrong at the beginning of the season as to what this team could do. So we've got to figure out, and we've been in the process of trying to figure out why that is, and we've got to fix it and play better baseball."

Mark Teixeira has 41st multi-HR game

And with it, he passed Chipper Jones for the 2nd all-time as a switch-hitter. Only Mickey Mantle, with 46, has more. Teixeira homered from both sides of the plate for the 14th time in his career, passing Nick Swisher for the most such games in MLB history, according to Elias.

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Tigers GM: Starting pitching not deep

Dave Dombrowski traded away three of Detroit's top players, and it's because he didn't think the Tigers could win a title: "However you would like to say it, unless you are in a position to win a world championship -- that's where we are at this time. In my heart, I didn't think we were there with the club."