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All things MLB, by Eye on Baseball writers Matt Snyder, Mike Axisa, Dayn Perry and David Brown.
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Here's a video of Alex Rodriguez from his high school days in Miami. Needless to say, he is way better than everyone else on the field.
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Chris Davis of the Orioles appeared to get enough of David Robertson's pitch but Garcia, who stands a bulky 6-foot-4, leaped at the fence and reached his glove over the fence in right to cancel a home run and preserve the lead. One out later, the White Sox won 3-2.
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Happy Fourth of July, and welcome to the Eye for Saturday. We've got a full 15 games on the schedule on America's birthday. Check back frequently for updates throughout the day.
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The White Sox right-hander and possible trade candidate came in with a 4.56 ERA, including a 5.75 mark in June, but he pitched into the sixth inning without allowing any hits against Baltimore.
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Right-hander Luis Severino is in position to help the Yankees in the second half. That story and more is in this week's edition of the Prospect Watch.
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Harper struck quickly for a home run against Madison Bumgarner, using a stars-and-stripes themed bat that also featured the D.C. skyline. Harper said he expects a fine from Major League Baseball for using unauthorized colors and patterns.
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Anibal Sanchez flirted with a no-hitter and the Tigers beat the Blue Jays on Friday, but they also lost Miguel Cabrera to a calf injury. That story and more is in this edition of Eye on MLB.
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Rays outfielder Kevin Kiermaier drove in a run against the Yankees in the 12th inning on Friday night. Then a local New York pigeon attacked him.
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'Who's he doing now?' Bauer imitated the batting stances of at least three teammates -- Ryan Raburn, Mike Aviles and Jason Kipnis -- during his successful at-bat in the eighth inning.
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Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera sustained a calf strain running the bases on Friday. He left the game and will have an MRI. A stint on the disabled list -- which would be the first of Cabrera's career -- seems likely.

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