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  • Trevor Story dropped to No. 7 spot in lineup
    Trevor Story was dropped from the second to the seventh spot in the Rockies' lineup in Thursday's win over the Red Sox.

    Advice: DJ LeMahieu moved up to the No. 2 spot. Story has been slumping, although he hit a two-run homer Thursday from his new position in the lineup. It remains to be seen whether the change will stick, although the new alignment makes sense with LeMahieu offering more consistency and better on-base skills. Story obviously would lose a bit of fantasy value if he remains in the bottom-third of the order. "Trevor’s handled everything well," manager Walt Weiss said. "He’s a great kid and he’s having a great year. I told him, ‘This isn’t punishment because you are not doing something you are supposed to be doing. It has nothing to do with that.’ This is just me trying to stir things up a little bit." Today, 6:09 am
  • Villar keeps producing, Brewers best Braves
    Jonathan Villar went 2-for-4 with a home run and two runs scored to help the Brewers take out the Braves 6-2 on Thursday.

    Advice: If he's not doing it with his legs, he's doing it with his stick, as evidenced by Thursday's solo dinger. The homer was his second of the season to give him 16 RBI, and he's got 21 runs scored through Thursday's game. More importantly, Villar has 15 steals to lead the National League, and his .295/.392/.416 line is all gravy as well. Yesterday, 9:16 pm
  • Perez comes up with two-run triple vs. Braves
    Hernan Perez had a pinch-hit, two-run triple Thursday against the Braves.

    Advice: Perez made a two-run game into a four-run game with his triple in the ninth inning, his first three-bagger of the year. The 25-year-old has been used sparingly by Brewers manager Craig Counsell this season but has posted a .291/.339/.509 line with three home runs and five steals in 55 at-bats. Given the current state of the squad, perhaps it's time to give Perez some more run to see what he can do with regular playing time. Yesterday, 9:10 pm
  • Valbuena homers in third straight against O's
    Luis Valbuena hit a two-run home run in a win over the Orioles on Thursday.

    Advice: The home run was his third in as many games, as Valbuena apparently likes batting against Orioles pitching. Thursday's blast came against Kevin Gausman, one of three homers Gausman gave up to Astros hitters on the night. Valbuena's power display has more than doubled his home run total since the start of the series, as the 30-year-old now has five homers and 15 RBI to go with a .220/.303/.402 line. Yesterday, 8:32 pm
  • Papi turns in fourth straight multi-RBI game
    David Ortiz continued to rake Thursday, finishing 2-for-4 with a double and a two-run home run in a loss to the Rockies.

    Advice: Ortiz was basically the only Red Sox hitter able to get something going against Rockies starter Jon Gray, taking the youngster deep for the two-run jack in the first inning. The home run was his 12th of the season to go with a whopping 45 RBI, most in the AL, and 24 runs scored. He's doubled in five consecutive games, and the good stretch has the 40-year-old's season line up to a ridiculous .337/.420/.706. Yesterday, 7:39 pm
  • Matt Adams leaves with mid-back stiffness
    Matt Adams left Thursday's game against the Nationals with mid-back stiffness.

    Advice: He went 1-for-2 with a single before exiting in the fifth inning. Brandon Moss, who began the game in left field, has moved to first base. Randal Grichuk came into play center field with Jeremy Hazelbaker moving from center to left. Adams will be reevaluated on Friday. Consider him day-to-day. Yesterday, 6:04 pm
    4:05 pm @Was
  • Yost confirms Mike Moustakas is out for the year
    Royals manager Ned Yost confirmed Mike Moustakas will miss the rest of the year with a torn ACL.

    Advice: Moustakas is getting a second opinion but Yost isn't optimistic. "To lose two All-Stars on one play is kind of tough," said Yost. "But you just deal with it." Moustakas should be ready for the start of spring training next year. With Moustakas done for the season and Alex Gordon sidelined with a broken wrist, Kansas City's bid for a third consecutive AL pennant isn't off to a great start. Yesterday, 3:02 pm
    5:15 pm vs CWS
  • Hector Olivera accepts 82-game suspension
    MLB Network's Jon Heyman reports MLB has suspended Hector Olivera 82 games for his involvement in an alleged domestic violence incident last month.

    Advice: Olivera will not appeal the suspension, which was made retroactive to April 30. He'll be eligible for reinstatement on August 1. The Braves put Olivera on administrative leave after he was charged with misdemeanor assault and battery on April 13. The team tried to trade him after the incident but couldn't find any takers. The 31-year-old has hit .245 with two homers and 13 RBI across 30 big league appearances. Yesterday, 2:38 pm
    4:35 pm vs Mia
  • Jurickson Profar to fill in for Rougned Odor
    The Rangers will call up Jurickson Profar from Triple-A Round Rock on Friday.

    Advice: That's when Rougned Odor will begin serving his seven-game suspension for punching Jose Bautista in the face. Profar is a shortstop by trade but will handle second base in Odor's absence. The 23-year-old hasn't appeared in a major league game since 2013. Profar could boost his trade value with a strong showing over the next week. He's played reasonably well for Round Rock this year, hitting .284 with five homers and four steals. The Rangers haven't announced who will go down in the corresponding roster move. Yesterday, 2:30 pm
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    5:05 pm vs Pit
  • Jung Ho Kang goes 3-for-5 in Pirates' win
    Jung Ho Kang went 3-for-5 with a double and two RBI as the Pirates topped the Diamondbacks 8-3 on Thursday.

    Advice: It's Kang's first three-hit game since he came off the disabled list three weeks ago. He's been dealing with a little hand injury, which is why today's start was just his second in five days. He's hitting .298 with five homers and 15 RBI in 47 at-bats. Yesterday, 1:43 pm
  • Jean Segura goes 2-for-5, scores twice
    Jean Segura went 2-for-5 with a double and two runs scored Thursday against the Pirates.

    Advice: Segura's OPS has declined steadily since his outstanding first week of the season, but even so, he's remained a solid leadoff hitter for the Diamondbacks. He's hit .299 with a .330 OBP in May after coming in at .333 with a .362 OBP in April. Of course, as rarely as he walks, he needs to keep his average up around .300 to be useful at the top of the order. Yesterday, 1:36 pm
  • Adeiny Hechavarria hits third home run
    Making his first start of the year in the leadoff spot, Adeiny Hechavarria went 3-for-5 with a two-run homer against the Rays on Thursday.

    Advice: Ichiro Suzuki was out of the lineup today, and manager Don Mattingly thought Hechavarria was a better choice than Derek Dietrich to lead off against a lefty. It worked out nicely, but even after today, Hechavarria has just a .285 OBP for the season. He'll likely continue to bat eighth for the most part. Yesterday, 1:17 pm
  • Moustakas lands on DL with right ACL tear
    Royals placed 3B Mike Moustakas on the 15-day disabled list with an ACL tear in his right knee.

    Advice: The move is retroactive to May 23. It's a tough break for Moustakas, who was activated from the disabled list Saturday after missing two weeks with a fractured thumb. Moustakas injured his knee in a collision with Alex Gordon in only his second game back and now faces another extended absence. This injury could be a season-ender. The 27-year-old has hit only .240 this year with seven homers in 27 games. The Royals called up Brett Eibner from Triple-A Omaha in the corresponding roster move. Yesterday, 1:16 pm
    5:15 pm vs CWS
  • Daniel Murphy taking night off vs. Cardinals
    Daniel Murphy is getting the night off Thursday.

    Advice: Stephen Drew will start at second base in the Nationals' series opener against the visiting Cardinals. Murphy went 2-for-4 in Wednesday's loss to the Mets and is batting .394/.426/.617 in 46 games this year. Yesterday, 11:59 am
    4:05 pm vs StL
  • Tulo (quad) out of Jays' lineup again Thurs.
    Troy Tulowitzki (quad) is out of the Blue Jays' starting lineup again on Thursday.

    Advice: Tulo is feeling better, per manager John Gibbons, but the parties involved felt it wise to get the veteran shortstop one more day of rest. Darwin Barney is starting at short Thursday afternoon against the Yankees. Yesterday, 10:55 am
    4:07 pm vs Bos
  • Segura (head) in Diamondbacks lineup Thurs.
    Jean Segura (head) is in the Diamondbacks' starting lineup Thursday against the Pirates.

    Advice: Segura was taken to a hospital in Pittsburgh and tested for a concussion Tuesday after getting plunked on the side of the batting helmet by a 96 mph Arquimedes Caminero fastball. He somehow managed to avoid a serious injury and will bat leadoff in his return to action Thursday afternoon versus Pirates right-hander Gerrit Cole. Yesterday, 7:28 am
  • Lind homers twice, drives in six vs. Oakland
    Adam Lind went 4-for-4 with two homers and six RBI to help propel the Mariners past the A's 13-3 on Wednesday.

    Advice: Between his steady track record and the Mariners' fine start, Lind hasn't lost playing time to Dae Ho Lee at first base. He really should consider himself lucky, given that he entered the night with a .216/.246/.319 line. Of course, even if Lee does seem capable, Lind was always the better bet as a starter against righties. He should be solid from here on out. Wednesday, 10:32 pm
    7:10 pm vs Min
  • Villar knocks in a pair in win
    Jonathan Villar went 2-for-5 with a pair of RBI and a walk in Wednesday's extra-inning affair with the Braves.

    Advice: Villar collected his 14th double of the year and is now hitting .290/.386/.395 on the year. He'll make questionable decisions at times -- such as getting thrown out at third base with nobody out, which he did on Wednesday -- but the 25-year-old has done far more good than bad in 2015. He now has 15 RBI to match his 15 stolen bases. Wednesday, 9:09 pm
  • Tulowitzki (quad) remains day-to-day
    Troy Tulowitzki (quad) was feeling better on Wednesday, but is still considered day-to-day.

    Advice: Tulowitzki was lifted from Tuesday's game against the Yankees after experiencing right quad tightness. He is not in Wednesday's lineup, with Ryan Goins earning a start at shortstop in his place. Wednesday, 1:59 pm
    4:07 pm vs Bos
  • Jean Segura says he avoided a concussion
    Jean Segura said he does not have a concussion.

    Advice: Pirates reliever Arquimedes Caminero hit Segura on the side of his batting helmet with a 96 mph fastball on Tuesday, sending him out of the game and to a local hospital. Segura remains active on the Diamondbacks' roster Wednesday and could be ready to return by the weekend. Call him day-to-day for now. Wednesday, 1:38 pm
  • Tulo (quad) not in Blue Jays' lineup on Wed.
    Troy Tulowitzki (quad) is out of the Blue Jays' starting lineup Wednesday against the Yankees.

    Advice: Tulo made an early exit from Tuesday's game after experiencing tightness in his right quad. Ryan Goins will start at shortstop and bat eighth versus Ivan Nova. Devon Travis will make his season debut at second. Wednesday, 12:43 pm
    4:07 pm vs Bos
  • Moustakas to have knee examined Thursday
    Mike Moustakas will have his bruised knee examined by team doctors on Thursday in Kansas City.

    Advice: Moustakas has been held out of the Royals' starting lineup since banging his knee against Alex Gordon on Sunday afternoon in Chicago. Gordon took the brunt of that collision -- he's already been placed on the disabled list with a broken scaphoid bone in his right wrist -- but Moustakas is now having serious problems too. Per beat writer Jeffrey Flanagan of, the third baseman was able to take swings Wednesday but had issues doing any sort of lateral movement. He could soon join Gordon on the DL. Cheslor Cuthbert is starting at the hot corner Wednesday afternoon in Minnesota. Wednesday, 8:50 am
    5:15 pm vs CWS
  • Moustakas (knee) absent again Wednesday
    Mike Moustakas (knee) remains absent from the Royals' starting lineup Wednesday versus the Twins.

    Advice: Moustakas has now missed three straight games with a knee contusion that he suffered Sunday in a collision with Alex Gordon. He's still considered day-to-day. Cheslor Cuthbert will start at third base and bat seventh Wednesday against Twins righty Tyler Duffey. Wednesday, 8:16 am
    5:15 pm vs CWS
  • Valbuena hits two-run home run versus Orioles
    Luis Valbuena hit a two-run home run in Tuesday's win over the Orioles.

    Advice: Valbuena finished 2-for-4 in the game, with his two-run shot off Chris Tillman in the fifth inning giving the Astros a fleeting lead. The homer was just his third of the season after he broke out with 25 dingers last year. One thing he has carried over is his struggle to hit for average, as the 30-year-old is hitting a measly .207/.294/.347 in 39 games. Tuesday, 10:01 pm
  • David Ortiz notches four more RBI Tuesday
    David Ortiz went 2-for-4 with four RBI in Tuesday's win over the Rockies.

    Advice: Ortiz plated a pair of runs with a single in the first inning and added two more RBI with a double in the fourth. Big Papi now has 41 RBI on the season, which leads all of baseball, and he's put up a blistering .333/.413/.686 batting line. Have we mentioned that Ortiz is 40 years old? Tuesday, 8:20 pm
  • Jean Segura showing concussion symptoms
    Jean Segura was sent to a local hospital in Pittsburgh after showing concussion symptoms.

    Advice: Segura got struck in the side of his batting helmet Tuesday by a 96 mph fastball from Pirates reliever Arquimedes Caminero. Nick Ahmed also took a Caminero pitch to the head an inning later but came away mostly unscathed. There should be an update on Segura at some point Wednesday. A stint on the 7-day concussion disabled list may be in the cards. Tuesday, 7:48 pm
  • Villar steals 15th base in win over Braves
    Jonathan Villar went 1-for-3 with a walk, a stolen base and a run scored in a win over the Braves on Tuesday.

    Advice: Villar ended up scoring the winning run after walking, stealing second and scoring on a Scooter Gennett single in the eighth inning. The stolen base was his 15th of the season. Villar has thrived in an everyday role with the Brewers, batting .287/.385/.389 in 43 games. Tuesday, 7:32 pm
  • Tulo removed from game with quad tightness
    Troy Tulowitzki left Tuesday's game against the Yankees with tightness in his right quad.

    Advice: Tulowitzki was 1-for-2 with a walk and a stolen base before exiting. He may have injured the quad on that swipe of second base in the top of the seventh. Ryan Goins moved to shortstop and catcher Russell Martin took over at second to close out the 6-0 loss. Tulo will be reevaluated by the Blue Jays training staff on Wednesday. Tuesday, 7:08 pm
    4:07 pm vs Bos
  • Jean Segura exits game after HBP on helmet
    Jean Segura left Tuesday's game against the Pirates after taking a pitch off his helmet.

    Advice: Pirates reliever Arquimedes Caminero, one of the hardest throwers in the majors, struck Segura with a 96 mph fastball in the top of the seventh inning. Segura was eventually able to walk off the field on his own, but this is an obvious concussion-watch situation. There should be an update from the Diamondbacks after the game. Tuesday, 6:39 pm
  • Moustakas (knee) out again Tuesday vs. MIN
    Mike Moustakas (knee) is out again Tuesday.

    Advice: Moustakas suffered a knee contusion in his collision with Alex Gordon on Sunday and has now missed two straight games. Cheslor Cuthbert is at third base and Whit Merrifield is at second base on Tuesday night against Twins right-hander Ervin Santana. Tuesday, 1:58 pm
    5:15 pm vs CWS
  • Kang (hand) returns to Tuesday's lineup
    Jung Ho Kang (hand) is back in Tuesday's lineup against the Diamondbacks.

    Advice: Kang missed back-to-back starts after leaving Saturday's game with a jammed left hand, but he's feeling better now. He'll bat cleanup against right-hander Shelby Miller. Tuesday, 11:07 am
  • Moustakas day-to-day with knee contusion
    Mike Moustakas is day-to-day with a knee contusion.

    Advice: Moustakas presumably banged up the knee in a collision with Alex Gordon on Sunday. Cheslor Cuthbert has returned to the active roster now that Gordon is on the disabled list, but Whit Merrifield is playing third base Monday. Moose should be back in there soon. Monday, 2:34 pm
    5:15 pm vs CWS
  • Mike Moustakas not in Monday's lineup
    Mike Moustakas is not in Monday's lineup against the Twins.

    Advice: Moustakas was in the original lineup, so perhaps something is ailing him from Sunday's collision with teammate Alex Gordon. Whit Merrifield will fill in at third base. Monday, 2:11 pm
    5:15 pm vs CWS
  • Kang (hand) flies out as pinch-hitter Monday
    Jung Ho Kang (hand) flied out as a pinch-hitter on Monday afternoon against the Rockies.

    Advice: Kang was held out of the starting lineup again with a jammed left hand, but he is expected back Tuesday and his at-bat Monday served as a positive sign even though it will go down as nothing more than a loud out. He hit the ball to the deep left-center field notch at PNC Park. Monday, 12:27 pm
  • Kang (hand) expected to return on Tuesday
    Pirates manager Clint Hurdle said Jung Ho Kang (hand) will return to the lineup Tuesday.

    Advice: His jammed left hand will get one more day of rest as the Bucs play a makeup game against the Rockies on Monday afternoon in Pittsburgh. Sean Rodriguez is starting at shortstop and batting eighth against Colorado right-hander Jordan Lyles. David Freese is at third. Kang injured the hand on a play at home plate Saturday. Monday, 8:12 am
  • Kang (hand) not in Pirates' lineup on Monday
    Jung Ho Kang (hand) is not in the Pirates' starting lineup Monday versus the Rockies.

    Advice: Kang was able to hit in a batting cage before Sunday's rainout, but he'll take another day of rest in Monday's makeup game. Sean Rodriguez is at shortstop and David Freese is at third base in the afternoon tilt. Monday, 7:14 am
  • Jung Ho Kang (hand) not in Sunday's lineup
    Jung Ho Kang (hand) is not in the Pirates' lineup Sunday.

    Advice: Kang departed Saturday's game after injuring his left hand on a play at home plate, although X-rays came back negative. He'll go through some tests before the Pirates determine whether he'll be available off the bench. Pittsburgh has David Freese at third base and Sean Rodriguez at shortstop, as Jordy Mercer is getting a breather. Sunday, 7:52 am
  • Trevor Story getting a day off on Sunday
    Trevor Story is not in the Rockies' lineup Sunday.

    Advice: It appears to be a routine day of rest. Cristhian Adames is filling in at shortstop. Sunday, 7:44 am
  • Kang's hand X-rays come back negative
    X-rays on Jung Ho Kang's injured hand came back negative.

    Advice: He left Saturday's game with left hand discomfort after getting thrown out at home plate. Kang wasn't getting any treatment on his hand after the game and seemed optimistic about his status. While we wouldn't expect to see him in the lineup Sunday, it doesn't appear that Kang will miss much time. Saturday, 8:05 pm
  • Jung Ho Kang exits with left hand discomfort
    Jung Ho Kang left Saturday's game against the Rockies with left hand discomfort.

    Advice: He suffered the injury on a play at home plate. Kang didn't immediately come out of the game but was eventually replaced by David Freese in the sixth inning. He went 1-for-3 with a double before exiting. The Pirates are calling Kang day-to-day. Saturday, 4:37 pm
  • Adams homers and scores three runs in victory
    Matt Adams went 2-for-4 with a home run and three runs scored in a win over the Diamondbacks on Saturday.

    Advice: Adams drew the start at first base with lefty Robbie Ray on the mound, a sign that he's gained the trust of manager Mike Matheny, and he responded with the three-run effort. The homer came after Ray had exited, Adams' fourth dinger of the season. The big first baseman has used a strong month of May to raise his overall line to .291/.344/.477 with 17 RBI and 11 runs scored. Saturday, 4:04 pm
    4:05 pm @Was
  • Royals activate Mike Moustakas from 15-day DL
    Royals activated 3B Mike Moustakas from the 15-day disabled list.

    Advice: Moustakas looked good on his minor league rehab assignment and is ready to rejoin a Royals lineup that has desperately missed his bat. He has been sidelined since early in the month due to a small fracture in his left thumb. Cheslor Cuthbert, who had been filling in for the past few weeks, was optioned back to Triple-A. Look for Moustakas to be back in the lineup on Saturday. Saturday, 6:12 am
    5:15 pm vs CWS
  • Jung Ho Kang not in Friday's lineup
    Jung Ho Kang is not in the Pirates' lineup Friday.

    Advice: He's getting a day off as the Pirates continue to ease him back into things. David Freese is at third base. Friday, 12:09 pm
  • Story has homer, three RBI in loss to Cards
    Trevor Story went 3-for-5 with a home run and three RBI in a loss to the Cardinals on Thursday.

    Advice: Story had a two-run double early in the game before launching a solo homer, his 12th home run of the year, in the seventh inning. He's now hit safely in seven straight games, collecting four doubles, a triple and a home run in that span. People who were waiting for the 23-year-old's production to drop off are still waiting, as he's hitting .287/.344/.622 with those 12 homers, 31 RBI and 26 runs scored on the season. Thursday, 9:40 pm
  • Adams collects four RBI in win over Rockies
    Matt Adams went 2-for-3 with four RBI in Thursday's win over the Rockies.

    Advice: Adams stepped to the plate with runners in scoring position in both the first and fourth innings, and he came through both times, twice knocking two-run singles as part of a 13-run barrage. The big first baseman continues to punish right-handed pitching as he's now got three homers and 13 RBI against righties as opposed to zero homers and three RBI against southpaws. Adams should continue to be deployed against right-handers, and he owns a .275/.333/.425 line overall. Thursday, 9:36 pm
    4:05 pm @Was
  • Murphy hits two-run homer against former team
    Daniel Murphy went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run and two runs scored in a win over the Mets on Thursday.

    Advice: Murphy has been victimizing everyone else, so it's only fair that he treats his former team the same way. The two-run blast in the first inning was his sixth of the season, giving him 27 RBI. Everybody just expected that he'd cool down eventually -- he's been hot since October, after all -- but Murphy is batting .397/.429/.636 with a little over a week left in May. Fantasy owners should enjoy the ride, however much longer it lasts. Thursday, 8:31 pm
    4:05 pm vs StL
  • Adam Lind hits three-run homer
    Adam Lind hit a three-run homer off the Orioles' Tyler Wilson in Thursday's victory.

    Advice: The opposite-field shot was aided a bit by the wind or probably would have been caught at the wall. Still, it was good hitting either way and we haven't seen much of that from Lind this year. He's at .224 with three homers and a 29/4 K/BB ratio in 107 at-bats. He's fortunate the Mariners have remained patient and haven't given his job to Dae-Ho Lee. Thursday, 1:13 pm
    7:10 pm vs Min
  • Kang homers again in loss
    Jung Ho Kang launched his fifth homer of the season, a solo shot in the ninth that proved to be the Pirates only run against the Braves on Wednesday.

    Advice: Kang surprised many when he hit 15 home runs a year ago; however, he's proving that he has plenty more juice in the bat this year. The 29-year-old already has five homers in just 10 games back from the disabled list and is hitting .281/.351/.813 with 10 RBI. Given his shortstop eligibility, Kang projects to be massively valuable throughout the rest of the 2016 season. Wednesday, 6:53 pm
  • David Ortiz hits RBI single in losing effort
    David Ortiz went 3-for-4 with an RBI single in Wednesday's loss to the Royals.

    Advice: Ortiz came through with an RBI single against Royals starter Ian Kennedy in the fourth inning. The aged slugger has been nothing short of fantastic in 2016, slashing .324/.404/.676 with 10 homers and 34 RBI over 136 at-bats. Both his batting average and slugging percentage would stand as career highs if the season ended today. Simply remarkable work by the 40-year-old. Wednesday, 2:03 pm
  • Moustakas (thumb) goes 2-for-4 in rehab gm.
    Mike Moustakas (thumb) went 2-for-4 in his rehab debut Wednesday with Double-A Northwest Arkansas.

    Advice: Moustakas will probably play in one more minor league rehab game before returning to the Royals' active roster this Saturday. The third baseman has been sidelined since early May due to a small fracture in his left thumb. Wednesday, 12:01 pm
    5:15 pm vs CWS
  • Moustakas (thumb) beginning rehab games
    Mike Moustakas (thumb) is starting a rehab assignment Wednesday at Double-A Northwest Arkansas.

    Advice: Moustakas remains on track to rejoin the Royals on Saturday. The third baseman has been on the disabled list since early May because of a small fracture in his left thumb. He was batting .258/.314/.536 with seven home runs and 13 RBI through 25 games. Wednesday, 8:21 am
    5:15 pm vs CWS
  • Profar starting at 2B in Triple-A on Tuesday
    Jurickson Profar will start at second base with Triple-A Round Rock on Tuesday.

    Advice: Profar has exclusively played shortstop so far this season. It's noteworthy as the Rangers brace for the news of a lengthy suspension for second baseman Rougned Odor. It's possible that Profar will get the call once the situation is finally settled. After missing essentially two years with shoulder issues, the 23-year-old is batting .273/.353/.424 with five home runs and 19 RBI over 34 games this season in Triple-A. Tuesday, 11:16 am
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    5:05 pm vs Pit
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