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  • Dunn collects another RBI in 2nd game as an A
    Adam Dunn smacked an RBI pinch-hit single against the Mariners on Tuesday.

    Advice: Acquired from the White Sox in exchange for pitching prospect Nolan Sanburn on the last day of August, Dunn is now 3-for-4 with a homer and three RBI in two games for the A's. Not bad -- and much needed. Prior to grabbing the aging slugger, the A's had hit .223 in 29 games since swapping Yoenis Cespedes to Boston on Deadline Day for Jon Lester and Jonny Gomes. Dunn has knocked in at least one run in six straight games. He can still drive the ball, and is slashing .226/.345/.444.
    Yesterday, 10:03 pm
  • Vargas hits fifth homer in loss to White Sox
    Kennys Vargas hit his fifth home run of the season in Tuesday's loss to the White Sox.

    Advice: Vargas connected on a Hector Noesi pitch in the first inning for a two-run homer, his first since August 21. Vargas has done nothing but hit since being promoted at the end of July, batting .315/.338/.492 with 28 RBI and 18 runs scored. He's now hit in 26 of 31 games thus far in his major league career.
    Yesterday, 9:49 pm
  • Valencia homers against another right-hander
    Danny Valencia hit a solo home run, his only hit in five at-bats, in Tuesday's win against the Rays.

    Advice: Valencia, known for hitting left-handed pitching, has hit both of his home runs as a Blue Jay off of right-handers. His second inning home run off of Jeremy Hellickson put the Jays up 1-0. He has four on the season along with 18 RBI and a .284/.328/.405 slash line.
    Yesterday, 8:38 pm
  • Santana homers but Indians fall to the Tigers
    Carlos Santana walked twice and hit a two-run home run in five plate appearances, but the Indians were felled by the Tigers on Tuesday.

    Advice: Santana hit what appeared to be the game-deciding home run, a two-run shot to right field in the first inning. Carlos Carrasco and the Indians' bullpen limited the Tigers to just one run over eight innings, but J.D. Martinez put the Tigers ahead with a three-run homer in the ninth. Santana has had a nice season after an incredibly slow start to the season, now slashing .230/.366/.430 with 23 home runs and 68 RBI.
    Yesterday, 8:16 pm
  • Martinez finishes 3-for-5 as Tigers top CLE
    Victor Martinez went 3-for-5 with a double in Tuesday's win over the Indians.

    Advice: Martinez has hit safely in 10 out of his last 11 games, raising his average up to .332, but he remains eight points behind Jose Altuve for the AL batting title lead. Martinez scored the only run the Tigers pushed across in the first eight innings, crossing home on Alex Avila's bases-loaded walk in the second inning. Martinez has a .332/.402/.566 slash line with 28 home runs and 90 RBI.
    Yesterday, 8:14 pm
  • Cabrera adds three hits as Tigers top Indians
    Miguel Cabrera followed up Monday's two-homer night with a three-hit Tuesday in a win against the Indians.

    Advice: Cabrera singled twice and doubled over five at-bats. Though recently bothered by an ankle injury, Cabrera has not looked hampered at the plate. He's slashing .307/.369/.504 with 19 home runs and 94 RBI on the season.
    Yesterday, 8:10 pm
  • McCann hits 16th homer but Yanks fall to BOS
    Brian McCann finished 2-for-4 with a solo home run, but the Yankees lost to the Red Sox on Tuesday.

    Advice: The home run came in garbage time against Koji Uehara. The catcher has yet to gain offensive momentum for an extended period of time. His 16 home runs, 58 RBI, and .237/.289/.392 are disappointing, considering he signed a five-year, $85 million contract with the Yankees during the off-season.
    Yesterday, 7:57 pm
  • Nava's three-run homer powers Red Sox to win
    Daniel Nava went 2-for-3 with a walk and a three-run home run as the Red Sox slugged their way to a win against the Yankees on Tuesday.

    Advice: Nava helped put the Red Sox up 5-0 with his three-run blast off of Shane Greene in the third inning, his third homer of the year. It was his first long ball since April 15. Nava has done well in the on-base department but has otherwise not done much, slashing .263/.340/.345 with 23 RBI.
    Yesterday, 7:51 pm
  • Adam LaRoche (back) reports improvement
    Adam LaRoche (back) reported improvement after taking muscle relaxers on Tuesday.

    Advice: He's out of the lineup Tuesday, but LaRoche is confident that his back issue won't be a long-term thing. It's worth noting that he's just 1-for-19 at the dish since the back problem first cropped up.
    Yesterday, 4:04 pm
  • Michael Morse diagnosed with strained oblique
    Michael Morse will miss the rest of the Giants' road trip after being diagnosed with a strained left oblique.

    Advice: It was originally reported that Morse tweaked his hip during batting practice Monday, but apparently it's his oblique that's the issue. It's possible he could be ready to play when the Giants begin a homestand in a week. Gregor Blanco is getting another start in left field Tuesday.
    Yesterday, 3:54 pm
  • LaRoche (back) not in Nats' lineup Tuesday
    Adam LaRoche (back) is out of the Nationals' starting lineup on Tuesday night against the Dodgers.

    Advice: LaRoche was likely to sit anyway against Dodgers ace left-hander Clayton Kershaw, but he aggravated a lingering back injury on Monday and could miss much of this week.
    Yesterday, 2:51 pm
  • Angels recall Efren Navarro from AAA level
    Angels recalled OF Efren Navarro from Triple-A Salt Lake.

    Advice: Navarro owns a weak .254/.318/.356 batting line in 130 plate appearances this season at the major league level. He will function as outfield depth for the Angels.
    Yesterday, 2:03 pm
  • Angels recall C.J. Cron from AAA Salt Lake
    Angels recalled DH C.J. Cron from Triple-A Salt Lake.

    Advice: Cron is batting .266/.295/.462 with nine home runs and 29 RBI in 62 games this season at the major league level. He should DH against some right-handed starters.
    Yesterday, 1:56 pm
  • MRI shows a strain in Anthony Rizzo's back
    An MRI taken Tuesday on Anthony Rizzo's lower back revealed a muscle strain.

    Advice: Cubs manager Rick Renteria acknowledged to reporters Tuesday that Rizzo would be placed on the 15-day disabled list if rosters hadn't expanded, so it's going to be a while before the first baseman returns to the lineup. He has been sidelined since August 26.
    Yesterday, 1:47 pm
  • Jose Abreu not in White Sox lineup Tuesday
    Jose Abreu is not in the White Sox lineup Tuesday.

    Advice: It's just a night off for the rookie slugger. Paul Konerko is starting at first base versus the Twins.
    Yesterday, 1:45 pm
  • A's recall Nate Freiman from Low-A Beloit
    Athletics recalled 1B Nate Freiman from Low-A Beloit.

    Advice: Fremina owns a weak .241 batting average and .293 on-base percentage this year in the majors, but the big 27-year-old has pretty good pop and will give the A's some right-handed power off the bench for the stretch run.
    Yesterday, 12:49 pm
  • Marlins call up Justin Bour from Triple-A
    Marlins recalled 1B Justin Bour from Triple-A New Orleans.

    Advice: Bour appeared in 21 games with the Marlins earlier this season and hit .306 with 18 homers and an .889 OPS over 103 games in Triple-A. The 27-year-old will function as a left-handed bat off the bench.
    Yesterday, 9:48 am
  • Blue Jays designate Hague for assignment
    Blue Jays designated 1B Matt Hague for assignment.

    Advice: The move clears a spot on the 40-man roster. Hague was just claimed off waivers from the Pirates last month, but he could soon be on the move again.
    Yesterday, 8:41 am
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  • Blue Jays activate Dan Johnson from DL
    Blue Jays activated 1B/DH Dan Johnson from the 15-day disabled list.

    Advice: Johnson missed all of August with a left hamstring strain. He'll provide some pop off the bench in September.
    Yesterday, 8:32 am
  • Reds recall Donald Lutz from Triple-A
    Reds recalled INF/OF Donald Lutz from Triple-A Louisville.

    Advice: Lutz is hitting .212 (7-for-33) with four doubles over 18 games this season with the Reds. He'll function as a utility player this September.
    Yesterday, 7:32 am
  • Giants call up 1B Duvall from Triple-A
    Giants recalled 1B Adam Duvall from Triple-A Fresno.

    Advice: Duvall has hit just .180/.231/.311 across 21 games at the big league level this season. He could see regular playing time at first base depending on the severity of Michael Morse's hip injury.
    Yesterday, 6:06 am
  • LaRoche exits after aggravating back issue
    Adam LaRoche left Monday's game against the Dodgers after aggravating his back injury.

    Advice: LaRoche missed a game last week due to back soreness, but the injury is worse this time. He'll be re-evaluated on Tuesday before the Nationals know how much time he'll miss. LaRoche was hitless in three at-bats Monday before exiting.
    Monday, 8:47 pm
  • Michael Morse to undergo MRI on sore hip
    Michael Morse (hip) will undergo an MRI on Tuesday.

    Advice: Morse tweaked his left hip while taking batting practice on Monday. He said he's already feeling better and the MRI is precautionary, but more will obviously be known following Tuesday's exam.
    Monday, 6:48 pm
  • Cabrera homers twice in monster game vs CLE
    Miguel Cabrera hit two home runs and finished 4-for-5 in the Tigers' 12-1 win over the Indians on Monday.

    Advice: Cabrera was in one of his scary zones on Labor Day. He hit a two-run homer in the first inning and book-ended that with a solo shot in the eighth. In between, he hit a few singles. He finished the game with three RBI and four runs scored. While Cabrera's season slash line of .304/.367/.501 would be considered great for almost any other player, for Cabrera it constitutes a slight down year. Most noticeably, even with the two home runs on Monday, Cabrera has only hit 19 long balls during the 2014 campaign. He had only hit three in the second-half coming into Monday's firestorm.
    Monday, 6:10 pm
  • Martinez goes 2-for-3 with homer in win
    Victor Martinez hit a home run and a double on Monday.

    Advice: Martinez hit his two-run home run off of Corey Kluber in the third. In addition to the two hits, Martinez scored twice, walked twice and drove in two. The home run was his 28th of the year, and put him up to 90 RBI (four shy of teammate Miguel Cabrera). He's slashing a superb .329/.400/.563 as he attempts to help lead the Tigers to the promised land.
    Monday, 6:00 pm
  • Dunn homers in first at-bat of A's debut
    Adam Dunn homered and drove in two in his first game with the A's on Monday.

    Advice: Dunn finished the contest 2-for-3. He got things going in style, hitting a two-run homer off of Mariners' starter Chris Young in the first inning. The home run was Dunn's 21st of the year, though obviously he hit 20 of those with the White Sox. For Dunn, the trade to the A's puts him on a winning ball club, and for the A's, there's hope he can revitalize their struggling offense in the dogfight that is the AL West. Dunn batted clean-up in this one. For the year, he's slashing .224/.344/.443.
    Monday, 4:28 pm
  • Morse (hip) scratched from Monday's lineup
    Michael Morse is out of Monday's lineup against the Rockies after tweaking his hip during batting practice.

    Advice: Joaquin Arias will make the start at first base. Consider Morse day-to-day for now.
    Monday, 2:30 pm
  • Miguel Cabrera (ankle) in DET lineup Monday
    Miguel Cabrera (ankle) is serving as the Tigers' designated hitter on Monday against the Indians.

    Advice: Cabrera made an early exit from the second half of Saturday's doubleheader with the White Sox after aggravating his lingering right ankle injury. He then sat out Sunday, but will try to give it a go Monday evening. The reigning MVP won't be fully healthy until the winter.
    Monday, 10:30 am
  • Rizzo (back) out of Cubs' lineup again Mon.
    Anthony Rizzo (back) is not in the Cubs' starting lineup on Monday afternoon against the Brewers.

    Advice: Rizzo sat out the Cubs' entire four-game weekend series in St. Louis due to tightness in his lower back and will now miss Monday's series-opener with the Brewers. The Cubs haven't offered any indication about when he might return. Chris Valaika is at first base Monday.
    Monday, 7:59 am
  • Dunn says he's likely to retire after 2014
    When asked Sunday by Jen Lada of if he planned to play next season, Adam Dunn said "this is probably it."

    Advice: Dunn has often hinted at the possibility of retirement when his current contract expires after this season. He'll turn just 35 in November and can always change his mind, but it appears, at least at the moment, that he'll hang it up after the 2014 campaign. Dunn was traded to the A's Sunday, giving him an opportunity to play in the playoffs for the first time in his 14-year career.
    Sunday, 12:33 pm
  • A's acquire DH Adam Dunn from White Sox
    Athletics acquired DH Adam Dunn and cash considerations from the White Sox in exchange for RHP Nolan Sanburn.

    Advice: Chicago is expected to cover $1.3 million of the $2.5 million remaining on Dunn's contract. The A's were on Dunn's limited no-trade list, but he waived the clause for the opportunity to play for a contender. Dunn, who has indicated that he might retire after the season, has never played in a playoff game. The hulking slugger has batted .220/.340/.433 with 20 homers and 54 RBI for the White Sox this season and the A's are hopeful that he'll spark a suddenly dormant offense. He play regularly in the DH spot versus righties and is expected to join the team on Monday.
    Sunday, 8:39 am
  • Cabrera out Sunday; extended rest possible
    Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said Saturday that resting Miguel Cabrera (ankle) for 4-5 days is "a possibility."

    Advice: Cabrera has been nursing a nagging right ankle injury for a while and had to exit the second game of Saturday's doubleheader. However, Ausmus isn't sure a few days of rest will make a difference, noting that Cabrera probably won't be fully healthy for the rest of the season. He is not in the Tigers' lineup Sunday. "It's a possibility," Ausmus said of resting Cabrera. "But this thing comes and goes. Prior to today, the last couple days he said it felt really good. Then today it flares up again. I don't know if four or five days -- although we've discussed it -- I don't know if four or five days would do anything, because sometimes he comes in from sleeping overnight and it feels good."
    Sunday, 8:32 am
  • Olney: A's 'closing in' on deal for Adam Dunn
    ESPN's Buster Olney reports that the Athletics are "closing in" on a trade for Adam Dunn.

    Advice: The report comes less than an hour after FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal said that the A's were the front-runners to acquire Dunn. Dunn has to waive his no-trade clause in order for a deal to Oakland to go through, but he's expected to do so. The slugger has about $2.5 million remaining on his contract for the rest of this season. Dunn will be a free agent this winter and has hinted at retirement.
    Sunday, 7:29 am
  • Rosenthal: A's front-runners to acquire Dunn
    FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Athletics are the front-runners to acquire Adam Dunn.

    Advice: He'll have to waive his no-trade clause in order to accept the deal, which Rosenthal has said the slugger is willing to do. Oakland makes sense as a landing spot for Dunn, as they can use him in the DH spot, their offense has been scuffling of late and general manager Billy Beane has long been infatuated with the 34-year-old. Dunn has batted .220/.340/.433 with 20 homers and 54 RBI for the White Sox this season.
    Sunday, 6:47 am
  • Third team in on Adam Dunn trade talks
    FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that, in addition to the Giants and Athletics, there is a third, unnamed team in pursuit of Adam Dunn.

    Advice: The third team is likely the Dodgers, as ESPN's Buster Olney says the White Sox are talking only to the A's and Dodgers about a Dunn deal. Tom Verducci of previously reported that the Dodgers had been in on Dunn but it was determined that there was no fit. Rosenthal says that Oakland is on Dunn's no-trade list but he would be willing to waive the clause in order for a chance to win. It sounds like the slugger will be shipped somewhere on Sunday.
    Sunday, 6:40 am
  • A's, Giants looking to trade for Adam Dunn
    Tom Verducci of reports that the Giants and Athletics are among the teams interested in acquiring Adam Dunn.

    Advice: Dunn has a limited no-trade clause and it's unclear which teams are on the list. However, he might be willing to go anywhere for a couple months if it means finally getting a shot at postseason play for the first time in his career. Dunn has indicated that he might retire after the season, so it could be his last chance to experience the playoffs. A deal would need to be completed Sunday in order for Dunn to be eligible for a postseason roster. The slugger is batting .220/.340/.433 with 20 homers and 54 RBI for the White Sox this season.
    Sunday, 5:32 am
  • Miguel Cabrera (ankle) departs game early
    Miguel Cabrera made an early exit from the second half of Saturday's doubleheader with the White Sox after appearing to aggravate his lingering right ankle injury.

    Advice: It was overly ambitious of the Tigers to think that Cabrera -- who has been limping around for weeks -- could gut it out for both games. He looked to be in serious discomfort on a groundout in the top of the fourth inning and did not take the field for the bottom of the fourth. Cabrera can probably be considered day-to-day through the rest of 2014.
    Saturday, 5:32 pm
  • Angels option Efren Navarro to Triple-A level
    Angels optioned OF Efren Navarro to Triple-A Salt Lake.

    Advice: Navarro is batting just .254/.318/.356 in 130 plate appearances this season at the major league level. He'll likely return when rosters expand early next week.
    Saturday, 2:15 pm
  • Adam Dunn's two-run blast powers White Sox
    Adam Dunn blasted his 20th home run of the season, powering the White Sox to a 6-3 victory over the Tigers in the first game of Saturday's doubleheader.

    Advice: Dunn's two-run shot off opposing starter Max Scherzer capped a four-run third inning where the White Sox turned a 3-1 deficit into a 5-3 advantage and never looked back. The veteran slugger is now hitting .220/.340/.433 with 20 long balls and 54 RBI on the 2014 campaign.
    Saturday, 1:43 pm
  • Jose Abreu tallies three hits as ChiSox win
    Jose Abreu went 3-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI as the White Sox defeated the Tigers in the first game of Saturday's twinbill.

    Advice: The Cuban slugger is enjoying a tremendous rookie season, slashing .320/.378/.605 with 33 homers and 98 RBI in 466 at-bats. He's a lock to take home Rookie of the Year honors in the American League.
    Saturday, 1:40 pm
  • Victor Martinez blasts 27th home run in loss
    Victor Martinez blasted his 27th home run of the season, but it wasn't enough to overcome the White Sox in the first game of Saturday's doubleheader.

    Advice: Martinez tagged Chris Sale with a two-run blast in the first inning, and also doubled in the ballgame, finishing the afternoon 2-for-4. He's in the midst of his finest season as a professional, slashing a stellar .329/.395/.559 with 27 bombs and 87 RBI.
    Saturday, 1:31 pm
  • Rizzo (back) expected to sit out all weekend
    Anthony Rizzo (back) is not expected to return to the lineup this weekend.

    Advice: Rizzo was pulled from Tuesday's game due to tightness in his lower back and has yet to progress enough to return to the lineup. He'll hope to be back in the lineup during the Cubs' homestand, which begins Monday. Chris Valaika will once again draw the start at first base in his place.
    Saturday, 8:19 am
  • Santana homers in win over Royals
    Carlos Santana went 2-for-4 with a home run, three RBI, and a walk in Friday's win over the Royals.

    Advice: Santana had an RBI single in the third inning and later added a two-run homer in the ninth. The 28-year-old came into Friday's action with just three hits in his last 20 at-bats and a .195 batting average this month. This was his first multi-hit game since August 16, which was also the date of his last home run.
    Friday, 10:10 pm
  • Anthony Rizzo (back) held out again Friday
    Anthony Rizzo (back) remained out of the Cubs' lineup Friday.

    Advice: The Cubs said that they pulled Rizzo from Tuesday's game as a precaution due to lower back tightness, but he's now sitting out a third straight game, so he obviously hasn't progressed as hoped. Chris Valaika is covering first base Friday.
    Friday, 1:50 pm
  • Anthony Rizzo (back) sitting again Thursday
    Anthony Rizzo (back) is out again Thursday.

    Advice: Rizzo also sat out Wednesday after leaving Tuesday's series-opener against the Reds with lower back tightness. He's still considered day-to-day. Chris Valaika will start at first base in Thursday's series finale.
    Thursday, 6:30 am
  • Martinez slugs career-best 26th homer in loss
    Victor Martinez set a new career-high with 26 home runs after taking Shane Greene deep in the sixth inning of Wednesday's loss to the Yankees.

    Advice: The 35-year-old DH is having the best offensive season of his career and seems rather likely to eclipse the 30-homer echelon as well. Martinez finished 1-for-3 on the evening with a walk. Along with the 26 home runs, Martinez has knocked in 85 runs and posted a great .327/.396/.555 slash line.
    Wednesday, 7:56 pm
  • Danny Valencia hits three-run homer
    Danny Valencia hit a three-run homer off the bench Wednesday against the Red Sox.

    Advice: It was Valencia's first homer since arriving in Toronto, but he's batting .308 in 65 at-bats since being acquired from the Royals. The homer off Junichi Tazawa was his first against a right-hander. He entered the night hitting .360/.408/.494 with two homers against lefties and .212/.256/.271 versus righties.
    Wednesday, 7:19 pm
  • A's option Nate Freiman to Low-A Beloit
    Athletics optioned 1B Nate Freiman to Low-A Beloit.

    Advice: The move clears a roster spot for Drew Pomeranz, who will make a spot start Wednesday against the Astros. Freiman has hit .241/.293/.556 this year in the majors. He'll be back up when rosters expand in September.
    Wednesday, 1:08 pm
  • Adam LaRoche returns to Nationals' lineup
    Adam LaRoche is back in the Nationals' lineup Wednesday.

    Advice: LaRoche sat out Tuesday due to back soreness, but he's apparently feeling much better and is ready to give it a go. The Nationals' first baseman is sporting a .266/.372/.454 batting line with 19 homers and 69 RBI this season.
    Wednesday, 12:02 pm
  • Anthony Rizzo (back) sitting out Wednesday
    Anthony Rizzo (back) is not in the Cubs' lineup Wednesday.

    Advice: Rizzo exited Tuesday's game due to lower back tightness. It's not considered a big deal, but the Cubs want to be safe. Rizzo should be back in there in a day or two. Chris Valaika is playing first base Wednesday.
    Wednesday, 11:20 am
  • Miguel Cabrera scores run in return to action
    Miguel Cabrera doubled and scored a run in his return to the lineup Tuesday.

    Advice: Cabrera has been nursing a right ankle injury and is still noticeably gimpy. Unless it gets worse, though, he figures to play through the ailment.
    Wednesday, 1:46 am
  • Anthony Rizzo day-to-day with tight back
    Anthony Rizzo left Tuesday's game against the Reds as a precaution due to lower back tightness.

    Advice: The Cubs double-switched him out of the game with a three-run lead. Rizzo should have a shot to return to the lineup on Wednesday. He slugged his 30th homer of the season in one of his four at-bats before exiting.
    Tuesday, 7:40 pm
  • LaRoche out Tuesday due to back soreness
    Adam LaRoche is out of the Nationals' starting lineup on Tuesday due to back soreness.

    Advice: LaRoche expects to return to action Wednesday. Kevin Frandsen is playing first base against Cole Hamels.
    Tuesday, 2:20 pm
  • LaRoche not in Tuesday's lineup
    Adam LaRoche is not in Tuesday's lineup against the Phillies.

    Advice: LaRoche hasn't done much against lefties this year and will sit against Cole Hamels. Kevin Frandsen will play first base.
    Tuesday, 12:28 pm
  • Adam Duvall optioned to Triple-A
    Giants optioned 1B Adam Duvall to Triple-A Fresno.

    Advice: Duvall has hit just .180/.231/.311 across 21 games at the big league level this season. He'll be back when rosters expand.
    Monday, 3:30 pm
  • V-Mart collects four RBI, Tigers pound Twins
    Victor Martinez went 3-for-6 with a home run and four RBI to help the Tigers pound the Twins 13-4 on Sunday.

    Advice: Martinez hit his 25th home run, a two-run shot, in the sixth inning, and he added two more RBI over the course of the game. His 84 RBI are seventh-most in the American League, as are his 25 homers. His .328 average and .949 OPS are both second-best in the league as he continues his stellar season.
    Aug 24, 5:10 pm
  • McCann slugs walkoff 3-run HR to beat CHW
    Brian McCann slugged a three-run pinch-hit walkoff homer in Sunday's 7-4 defeat of the White Sox.

    Advice: The Yankees started their game-winning rally with two outs in the bottom of the 10th inning. Carlos Beltran doubled, Chase Headley was intentionally walked, and then McCann came on to pinch-hit for Francisco Cervelli and sent a blast to right. It was the 15th home run of the season for McCann, who is capable of putting a positive cap on what has been a disappointing debut campaign in pinstripes.
    Aug 24, 1:35 pm
  • Miguel Cabrera (ankle) not in Sunday's lineup
    Miguel Cabrera (ankle) is not in the Tigers' lineup Sunday.

    Advice: Cabrera has been nursing a right ankle injury recently and aggravated it while playing both games of Saturday's doubleheader. He could be available to pinch-hit and seems likely to be back in the lineup on Tuesday. Don Kelly is getting the start at first base Sunday.
    Aug 24, 9:43 am
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