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7/25/2016 | White Sox answer Cubs' rally with walk-off

The White Sox won Round 1 of the 2016 Crosstown Cup in walk-off fashion, 5-4, Monday night at U.S. Cellular Field. It was the third straight win overall for the South Siders, who lost a four-run lead but won it on Tyler Saladino's single to center to score J.B. Shuck, who singled to open the frame. It was also the White Sox third straight walk-off victory.

7/25/2016 | Dominant Sanchez wins 10th straight decision

The Blue Jays don't know exactly when they'll be shifting Aaron Sanchez to the bullpen, but they know exactly what they're getting every time he makes a start.

7/25/2016 | Dickerson's blast puts SD's HR streak at 23

Alex Dickerson pushed the Padres one game closer to home run history Monday night. And he left no doubt about it.

7/25/2016 | Verlander keeps rolling, stifles potent Red Sox

Red-hot righty Justin Verlander won his 10th game, plowing through the Red Sox's lineup for his 15th quality start of the season in the Tigers' 4-2 win on Monday.

7/25/2016 | Iglesias burns former club with first Fenway HR

Tigers shortstop Jose Iglesias has played for just two teams in his Major League career since being picked up by the Red Sox from Cuba. In Detroit's 4-2 win over Boston on Monday night, his past and his present came face-to-face.

7/25/2016 | Reds outslug Giants to win homer-filled game

With its spacious dimensions, AT&T Park will never be mistaken for Cincinnati's cozier and homer-abundant Great American Ball Park. But it certainly felt like its Midwest counterpart Monday as the teams combined for five home runs. It was Jay Bruce's two homers, however, that propelled the Reds to a 7-5 victory over the Giants.

7/25/2016 | Reds 'staying busy' as Trade Deadline approaches

Monday left Major League clubs exactly one week to go before the Aug. 1 non-waiver Trade Deadline. The Reds could be one of the teams that figures prominently in rumors this week, although no transactions appear to be imminent.

7/25/2016 | Shipley, Hale see positives in debut despite loss

D-backs right-hander Braden Shipley wasn't as nervous as he thought he might be for his big league debut Monday night, but he also didn't get the result he was hoping for, as the Brewers beat the D-backs, 7-2, at Miller Park.

7/25/2016 | Deal makers: Experts predict upcoming trades

We surveyed a five-man roundtable, a quintet of insiders from, MLB Network and MLB Network Radio on SiriusXM, and asked each expert for one prediction … one deal that would get done in the next seven days.

7/25/2016 | Pujols reaps RBI rewards in RISP situations

Albert Pujols drove in four runs in the Angels' 6-2 victory over the Royals at Kauffman Stadium on Monday night. He's got 76 RBIs on the year, third-most in the American League. And he's on pace for 124, which would represent his highest total since he recorded 135 in 2009.

7/25/2016 | O's slide by Rox for 2nd straight walk-off win

The Orioles have had a flair for the dramatic the past two days at Camden Yards.

7/25/2016 | Giants could get Panik, Pence back soon

The Giants began a seven-game homestand Monday that both Hunter Pence (hamstring) and Joe Panik (concussion) could rejoin the team for.

7/25/2016 | Sale hopes to keep focus on winning

Chris Sale doesn't want to be traded -- and doesn't believe he will be -- in the wake of Saturday night's pregame outburst that resulted in him being scratched from his start that evening and then suspended five games by the White Sox.

7/25/2016 | Pineda outduels Keuchel as Yanks nip Astros

The Yankees somehow found a way to get the best of nemesis Dallas Keuchel on a night he had some of his best stuff of the season.

7/25/2016 | Archer faces Dodgers on MLB.TV amid trade rumors

Chris Archer will take the mound tonight for his first career start against the Dodgers, the club to which he's been most closely tied in recent trade rumors.

7/25/2016 | White Sox recall Ranaudo for Wednesday start

The White Sox made a change to their rotation, naming Anthony Ranaudo as the starter Wednesday night at Wrigley Field, replacing Jacob Turner.

7/25/2016 | Wright welcomes first child, Olivia Shea

David Wright and his wife, Molly, welcomed their first child into the world on Saturday. Fittingly, her middle name is Shea. Olivia Shea Wright weighed in at 8 pounds, 11 ounces, and the Mets said in a statement that "Mom, Dad and Olivia are doing great."

7/25/2016 | Melky robs Bryant of HR with riveting catch

White Sox outfielder Melky Cabrera got the Crosstown Cup series off to a riveting start on Monday night, scaling the wall in left field in the first inning to take away a home run from the Cubs' Kris Bryant.

7/25/2016 | Astros willing to consider 'rental' on trade market

With a week remaining before the non-waiver Trade Deadline, Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow said Monday the club would be willing to trade for a "rental player" who would be a free agent at the end of the season. They Astros did that last year by acquiring pitcher Scott Kazmir, who signed with the Dodgers in the winter.

7/25/2016 | La Russa: Responsibility for season starts at top

D-backs chief baseball officer Tony La Russa did not mince words when talking about his team's play of late, particularly its effort level. "If you're fair, you factor in the injuries," La Russa said. "You don't ever factor in a reason why the effort is lackluster."

7/25/2016 | Cashman: Chapman trade 'isn't a white flag'

The Yankees started the season knowing that they wouldn't have Aroldis Chapman's services for the first two months, and even with the closer now on his way to finish the year with the Cubs, general manager Brian Cashman wants his team to go back to that original mindset.

7/25/2016 | Halos' expectations to contend cloud Deadline

The Angels are undoubtedly in a position to part with veteran players. But their path remains hazy because their desire to contend next season remains steadfast.

7/25/2016 | Brewers rattle Snakes with quartet of homers

The Brewers smacked four homers as they beat the D-backs, 7-2, on Monday night in the opener of a four-game series at Miller Park. Scooter Gennett, Jonathan Villar, Martin Maldonado and Andy Wilkins each homered, with Maldonado's being the biggest blow -- a three-run shot in the sixth that gave Milwaukee a 6-2 lead.

7/25/2016 | Sanchez, Jays take down Padres up north

Aaron Sanchez will not be moving to the bullpen without a fight. At least that's what his continued dominance on the mound would suggest.

7/25/2016 | Buchholz insurance for Red Sox's rotation

Clay Buchholz is working in an undefined role out of the bullpen, but that doesn't mean the Red Sox will trade him.

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