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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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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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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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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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Welcome to the Eye, where the theme for Thursday is 'Welcome back!' Jose Fernandez of the Marlins, Matt Cain of the Giants and Matt Moore of the Rays all made their season debuts. That story and more is in this edition of Eye on MLB.
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Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton has more stolen bases than 15 teams and is on pace to join some select company. His season total is 40 right now.
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The 2015 Home Run Derby is going to be a lot different than anything we've seen, because hitters will be on the clock. It's also a single-elimination tournament bracket format.
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A lighter schedule includes eight games in the books and three more later ballgames. Stick right here for a look at all of the action, scores, news, rumors and injury updates.
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In the last 31 games, the A's are 20-11 and one of the strongest teams in the bigs. They were once thought surefire sellers, but if this keeps up, they could be buyers.
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The rosters for All-Star Week's Futures Game have been announced in a U.S. vs. the World format. Among the big names are Kyle Schwarber and Trea Turner.
 

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