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Andrew McCutchen, Pirates sweep Twins

The CF hit a two-run homer and had an RBI single turn into a trip around the bases thanks to a collision at third base as the Pirates topped the Twins 10-4.

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Diamondbacks crush King Felix

Felix Hernandez gave up 12 hits and 7 runs through 6 2/3 innings as the D-backs lead the M's 7-1. Welington Castillo has hit 2 HRs as Arizona looks to win its fifth straight. Follow live

Cubbies with a lot of K's

Jon Lester struck out 14 -- the most by a Cubs lefty in 100 years -- and Hector Rondon added two more in the 9th as the Cubs beat the Rockies 3-2.

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Latos may be better than you think

Mat Latos got off to a terrible start this season, but since coming off the disabled list in June, he has been much better, allowing less than a baserunner per inning.

Pitchers' duel in San Francisco

Giants RHP Jake Peavy has allowed just two hits and no runs through 5 IP, but Brewers RHP Mike Fiers has done the same as the game is headed to the 6th inning. Follow live

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Kansas City Is all about '1738'

The Royals players have imposed a new rule for interviews: Quote Fetty Wap or get fined. Because why not? Royal quote

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Jon Lester with historic Cubs outing

The LHP struck out 14 Rockies in 8 IP in the Cubs' 3-2 win, becoming the first Cub to strike out 14 in a game since Mark Prior's 16 in Sept. 2004 -- and the 1st Cubs lefty to K at least 13 in the last 100 seasons. Box score

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Pirates beat Twins, win third straight

Bucs CF Andrew McCutchen went 2-for-4 with 3 RBIs, including his 14th HR of the season, in the 10-4 win over the Twins, who have dropped four straight. The Pirates' bullpen threw 3 1/3 innings of shutout relief in Minnesota. Box score

Verlander outduels Archer in win

Justin Verlander walked away the winner in this pitchers’ duel with Rays RHP Chris Archer. Verlander struck out 10 through 8 IP in the Tigers' 2-1 win.

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Jon Lester: 3 sac bunts; 2nd player w/ 3 sacrifices in a game this season (Gio Gonzalez). Lester had 0 this season entering today's game

Maddon: Castro's 'not getting traded'

After Starlin Castro was double-switched out of Tuesday's loss, manager Joe Maddon told him not to worry about persistent trade rumors. "I said, 'You're not getting traded,'" Maddon recalled. "Just relax and play." Story

Tigers GM: We're open for business

Said Tigers GM Dave Dombrowski, acknowledging the team will look to trade some of its stars before the deadline: "We're only going to make a trade if we think it makes sense for us. But we think it gives us a chance to restock our club." (via MLB's website)

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David Price possible availability will immediately effect the Cole Hamels market as the trade deadline heats up

Tigers shopping Price, Cespedes

ESPN's Jayson Stark reports the Tigers told multiple teams they will listen on all their potential free agents -- David Price, Yoenis Cespedes, closer Joakim Soria and others -- between now and Friday's trading deadline.

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Indians win big over Royals, 12-1

The Royals had to piece together a run in the top of the 9th to avoid their worst shutout loss since 2006 (13-0 vs. Cleveland). Corey Kluber threw a complete game, 5-hitter and six Indians had 2 or more hits. Box score

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Dodgers not done after Latos deal

Jim Bowden on the reported deal that sends Mat Latos from the Marlins to L.A.: "The Dodgers got a really good 4th starter. They’re still going to try to go get Hamels or Gallardo ... but [Latos] is going to help them down the stretch."

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Latos dealing since DL stint

Mat Latos has been about a replacement-level pitcher this season, but he's been much better since a DL stint due to a knee issue, with a 2.69 ERA over his past seven starts after coming off the DL. His fastball velocity has been up 1 mph in the past two months as well. Good pickup for the Dodgers as the back-end starters haven't been going deep into games. (via David Schoenfield)

What it would take to get Cole Hamels

The Phillies' ace has the most value of any player believed to be on the market. And though the Johnny Cueto deal set the market price for No. 1 starters, the difference between Cueto and Hamels is that Cueto is merely a two-month rental. 5 potential deals (Insider)

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