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The Red Sox won for the fifth time in their last seven games on Saturday afternoon. Is it too late to get back into the race? That story and more is in Saturday's edition of The Eye.
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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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Miguel Sano is the flavor of the week, but that doesn't mean rushing him into your Week 14 lineup. Scott White suggest bats like Denard Span and Andre Ethier instead.
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Let's have a look at which age-26 to age-29 position players and pitchers -- i.e., those in their primes -- have been tops in 2015. Not a slideshow!
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You won't find many big names on waivers, but Al Melchior recommends several of the potentially overlooked options among two-start pitchers this week.
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Max Scherzer or Gerrit Cole? Maybe Zack Greinke or the soon-to-be-retired A.J. Burnett? Who are the best candidates to start the All-Star Game for the NL as things currently stand?
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Trevor Bauer was roughed up on Monday. The Indians' rotation now has an unsightly 4.45 ERA overall. That story and more is in Monday's edition of Eye on MLB.
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Circumstances point to Michael Pineda instead of Clayton Kershaw or Felix Hernandez tonight. Heath Cummings also says value hitters are plentiful in his post-Friday glow.
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The best reinforcements for your pitching staff may not be the most popular ones. Al Melchior identifies a few deep sleepers to consider for the coming week.
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It's a bit of a golden era in Major League Baseball with elite starting pitching. For the time being, the most exciting one is Max Scherzer.
 

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