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Austin Jackson .312 OBP w 8 HR for Mariners. Righty depth/insurance for Soler. Maddon to address media momentarily

Braves fan's death ruled accident

Gregory Murrey fell during the 7th inning of Saturday's game. The medical examiner ruled the death was caused by blunt force injuries to Murrey's head and torso. Murrey's family released a statement today, which read in part: "The night Greg passed away, he was doing one of his favorite things -- watching the Braves."

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Edwin Encarnacion named AL Player of the Week. His stats would make for a decent month for most players: .391 BA, 6 HR, 17 RBI, 1.722 OPS

Mark Teixeira out for Red Sox series

Teixeira will head back to New York for more tests on a bone bruise on his right shin while the Yankees continue their road trip in Boston. Teixeira has started just one game since Aug. 17, when he fouled a ball off his leg. He leads the Yanks in homers (31), RBIs (79) and OPS (.905).

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Jaguars' Julius Thomas to miss 4-5 weeks

The tight end needs surgery on a tendon in his finger, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Thomas will get a second opinion on Tuesday. Jacksonville signed the former Bronco to a 5-year, $46M contract this offseason.

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Shelby Miller's start moved up

Miller will pitch tonight instead of Tuesday because Mike Foltynewicz (illness) was scratched from the 7:10 p.m. start vs. Miami. Miller is 0-10 in his last 18 starts despite a 3.24 ERA.

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The unluckiest MLB players of 2015

Atlanta's Shelby Miller has a 3.24 ERA in his last 18 starts -- but he's 0-10 thanks to atrocious run support. But he's not the only one in baseball who's down on his luck. Bad breaks

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Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

Addison Reed just spoke to New York media for first time, sounds very happy to be with Mets. Hoping to get in game tonight.

Curtis Granderson @cgrand3

Jerry brought us some luck yesterday as we picked up the W! Nice chatting with you before the game. #jerryspringer

Jake Arrieta on no-hitter: 'It was fun, man'

Arrieta talked to Buster Olney after throwing the first no-hitter of his career and the 14th in Cubs franchise history -- and he's interrupted only briefly by the congratulatory Powerade shower.

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Caple: Walk-up music sets the tone in MLB

The batter's box has become a jukebox, as each player strides to the plate accompanied by his own anthem. Can it affect players' performances? A's OF Sam Fuld believes it has as much effect on play "as any other superstition would." From Drake to Taylor Swift

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Like father, like son. Ken Griffey and Ken Griffey Jr. became the first father-son duo to play on the same team (Mariners), 25 years ago today. They both singled in the first inning. [Credit: Mitchell Layton/Getty Images]

Jesse Chavez gets a hit, fails on basepath

The 32-year-old A's pitcher recorded his first career hit today vs. the D-backs, but then it all went downhill after he tripped over second base.

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