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6/24/2016 | Ramos' streak 1 save from club record

A.J. Ramos has been perfect this year, and he needs just one more save to tie Steve Cishek's Marlins record 33 straight saves -- a mark set in 2013.


6/24/2016 | Like father, like home run: Dad sees Vlad Jr. jack

Rain put the highly anticipated professional debut of Vladimir Guerrero Jr. on hold on Thursday night as Rookie-level Bluefield's season opener against Bristol was suspended after three innings. The weather couldn't stop the 17-year-old on Friday, however, as the Blue Jays' No. 5 prospect recorded his first pro hit and, later, his first home run.


6/24/2016 | Rondon's career night: 3 homers, 9 RBIs

Adrian Rondon did not show much power last summer during his pro debut in the Rookie-level Gulf Coast League, when he tallied nine extra-base hits but failed to homer in 43 games. Hitting for power certainly wasn't a problem for Rondon on Friday, however, as the Rays' No. 19 prospect belted a trio of home runs and tallied nine RBIs to power Rookie-level Princeton past Burlington, 16-2.


6/24/2016 | Cespedes OK after twisting ankle on first base

Another injury struck a familiar denizen of the trainer's room on Friday, when Yoenis Cespedes twisted his left ankle while being picked off first base in the seventh inning. After spending significant time on the ground and walking off the field alongside trainer Ray Ramirez, Cespedes returned to the field on defense and remained active for the rest of the game. He does not expect to miss any time.


6/24/2016 | Miss me Machado? Manny homers in return

Manny Machado returned to the lineup on Friday and wasted no time making his presence felt.


6/24/2016 | Anderson to be inducted in Angels' Hall of Fame

Angels great Garret Anderson will become the 14th individual inducted into the club's Hall of Fame before the team's game against the Yankees on Aug. 20, the club announced Friday.


6/24/2016 | Mookie's mash, Koji's K's cap wild night

The Red Sox stunned the Rangers with four runs in the ninth inning and rallied for an 8-7 victory at Globe Life Park. The comeback came against relievers Jake Diekman and Matt Bush as the Rangers were trying to stay away from using closer Sam Dyson.


6/24/2016 | Summer heat: deGrom, Bumgarner on MLB.TV

The first weekend of summer continues today with games throughout Major League Baseball. Jacob deGrom toes the rubber for the Mets who look to continue climbing up the National League East standings against the Braves while Madison Bumgarner tries to continue his stellar season as the Giants face the Phillies.


6/24/2016 | Refsnyder continues surge with go-ahead hit

Tommy Milone was avoiding Rob Refsnyder. By the time the rookie utility player's third at-bat came around in the fourth inning of the Yankees' 5-3 victory over the Twins on Friday night, Refsnyder hadn't yet gotten anything to hit. Milone had been working him away all game, mixing fastballs and changeups to keep him just off balance enough to force a strikeout and a flyout to center field.


6/24/2016 | Grand theft homer: Rays rob O's twice

One could have sworn Kevin Kiermaier was playing on Friday night.


6/24/2016 | Geltz optioned to make room for Arcia

The Rays were busy with their roster following Friday night's 6-3 loss to the Orioles. Steve Geltz was optioned to Triple-A Durham. Taking his place on the 25-man roster is outfielder Oswaldo Arcia, whom the Rays acquired from the Twins on Friday. The team also announced that right-hander Danny Farquhar will be the team's 26th man for Saturday's day-night doubleheader.


6/24/2016 | Phillies place Bailey on DL, recall Ramos

Phillies right-hander Andrew Bailey thought he might need only a day or two. It turns out he will get much more time than that to rest his strained left hamstring. The Phillies on Friday placed him on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to Thursday. They recalled right-hander Edubray Ramos from Triple-A Lehigh Valley to take his place.


6/24/2016 | Running Rajai's circus catch denies Detroit

The Indians continued their perfect record against the Tigers with a 7-4 win Friday night at Comerica Park, but it took a highlight catch by former Tiger Rajai Davis to do it. He ran down Miguel Cabrera's drive to deep right-center field with one out in the ninth, starting a game-ending double play.


6/24/2016 | What to expect from Astros' Reed in big leagues

The Astros have climbed back into the American League wild-card race despite getting little out of their first basemen. Houston does have baseball's best prospect at that position in A.J. Reed, however. Though his 2016 season hasn't been as spectacular as his previous two, he has heated up in Triple-A and the club will promote him on Saturday.


6/24/2016 | Ramos' unlikely big league dream comes true

The Phillies promoted Edubray Ramos to the big leagues Friday, when they placed right-hander Andrew Bailey on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring. Ramos, 23, is one of the first names folks in the organization mentioned as a potential closer after the Phillies traded Ken Giles to the Astros in December.


6/24/2016 | Giants use LGBT Night to help Orlando victims

The San Francisco Giants hosted their 14th annual LGBT Night on Friday at AT&T Park, an event in which the organization celebrates San Francisco Pride Weekend while also recognizing the Bay Area's LGBT community.


6/24/2016 | Adams scratched with lower back tightness

Matt Adams was a game-time scratch by the Cardinals on Friday due to lower back tightness. He was replaced at first base by Jedd Gyorko, whose only previous start at that position came a week ago.


6/24/2016 | Velasquez discusses possible innings limit

Phillies right-hander Vince Velasquez offered some insight as to how he will be handled the rest of the season before Friday night's series opener against the Giants, saying he and his agent, Scott Boras, have discussed a possible innings limit.


6/24/2016 | Female umpire calls game in Rookie ball

On Friday in Dunedin, Fla., Jen Pawol became just the seventh woman (and first since 2007) to umpire in an affiliated league.


6/24/2016 | Tribe wins 7th straight, now 7-0 vs. Tigers

The Indians continued their taming of the Tigers on Friday night, using a pair of run-scoring triples from Jason Kipnis as part of a seven-run barrage against Jordan Zimmermann for a 7-4 win at Comerica Park.


6/24/2016 | Grichuk seeing some gains in Triple-A

The results have thus far been mixed for Cardinals' outfielder Randal Grichuk, who, six games into his Minor League demotion, has shown flashes of power but continued struggles with his plate discipline.


6/24/2016 | BTS leader 9 picks shy of $5.6 million

With a hit from Eric Hosmer, Beat the Streak leader Terry Sims took a leap toward the game's $5.6 million grand prize.


6/24/2016 | A's anticipate Hill and Manaea to return soon

The A's are moving closer toward getting back two members of their starting rotation, though they're still unsure about the status of another.


6/24/2016 | Big Red Machine honored for 40th anniversary

Were the 1975-76 Reds the greatest teams of all-time? That is debatable, but where these teams fit into Cincinnati sports history is not.


6/24/2016 | Hurdle records 1,000th managerial win

The Pirates' 8-6 win over the Dodgers on Friday night was the 1,000th of Clint Hurdle's managerial career. His father, Clint Sr., was there for win No. 1 with the Rockies in 2002. He was there Friday night for No. 1,000, too.




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