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Associated Press:
Cleveland Indians allow 7 in 9th, lose to Cincinnati Reds 7-4 after Trevor Bauer's gem  —  The loss spoiled a brilliant outing by Trevor Bauer, who struck out 12 during eight scoreless innings.  —  CLEVELAND (AP) - Joey Votto hit a go-ahead three-run double during a seven-run ninth inning …
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Cincinnati.com:   Check out the scorecard from last night's Reds vs. Indians game
Jim Ingraham / UPI:
Indians looking for bullpen improvement against Reds
Discussion: Let's Go Tribe
Alex Butler / UPI:   Reds score 7 runs in 9th inning to beat Indians
WKYC-TV:   ‘OP/OT’ communication breakdown part of Cleveland Indians' 9th inning collapse vs. Cincinnati Reds
Matthew Florjancic / WKYC-TV:
Why July games should matter to Cleveland Indians fans
Bobby Nightengale / Cincinnati.com:
How Scooter Gennett transformed from a Cincinnati Reds waiver claim into an All-Star
Discussion: Red Reporter
Peter Schmuck / Baltimore Sun:
Red Sox in recent contact with Orioles about possible Machado trade  —  In the wake of reports that the New York Yankees have renewed their interest in shortstop Manny Machado, two industry sources indicated Tuesday that the Boston Red Sox also have been in recent contact with the Orioles.
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Jerry CrasnickESPN Senior / ESPN:
Trade chatter: A Machado alternative, an intriguing starter and more  —  One of the more intriguing elements to the Manny Machado trade discussions — beyond the question of Machado's destination — is the Baltimore Orioles' approach to fielding offers for the four-time All-Star.
Discussion: WEEI, MLB Trade Rumors and Fish Stripes
Bob Nightengale / USA Today:
Yankees' pitching needs mean Manny Machado must wait 'til winter for his pinstripes  —  Manny Machado is one of the greatest players on the planet, but unless he has hidden pitching talents, he really makes little sense for the New York Yankees.  —  New York Mets ace Jacob deGrom …
Discussion: MLB Trade Rumors and The Comeback
Mike Mazzeo / New York Daily News:   If Yankees want to avoid a do-or-die wild card game, they must stop losing to awful teams like the Orioles
Eddie MatzESPN Senior / ESPN:   Orioles' Manny Machado hits 2 homers in win as trade rumors swirl
David Ginsburg / Associated Press:
Machado hits 2 HRs, Orioles beat Yankees 6-5
Discussion: Camden Chat
Mark Gonzales / Chicago Tribune:
Javier Baez says 'I'll bat 12th' with Kris Bryant's expected return  —  Chicago Tribune  —  Cubs slugger Kris Bryant is expected to be activated before Wednesday's game against the Giants, and Javier Baez doesn't envision any problems.  —  “I'll bat wherever,” said Baez …
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Scott Boeck / USA Today:   MLB's Home Run Derby: Five players we'd like to see in the event
Mark Gonzales / Chicago Tribune:   Cubs sluggers Javier Baez, Kyle Schwarber chosen for Home Run Derby
Associated Press:
Peralta's blast lifts Diamondbacks over Rockies, 5-3  —  DENVER — Tyler Anderson kept Arizona in check for six innings.  Once he left, the Diamondbacks pounced on the Colorado Rockies bullpen.  —  David Peralta and A.J. Pollock homered in Arizona's four-run seventh inning, and the Diamondbacks beat the Rockies 5-3 on Tuesday night.
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Nick Piecoro / Arizona Republic:
Arizona Diamondbacks at Colorado Rockies
Discussion: AZ Snake Pit
Nick Piecoro / Arizona Republic:   Arizona Diamondbacks at Colorado Rockies
Nick Piecoro / Arizona Republic:   Arizona Diamondbacks at Colorado Rockies
Stats / MLB Baseball News, Scores …:
White Sox look to end skid at home against Cardinals  —  Dexter Fowler understands what it's like to find success while playing within Chicago's city limits.  —  But in a season in which the St. Louis  —  Cardinals' outfielder has struggled two years after winning a World Series title with the
Discussion: South Side Sox
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Associated Press:
MLB: Rays reveal plan for new ballpark
Discussion: Royals Review
David Haugh / Chicago Tribune:   Column: No apology necessary: White Sox All-Star Jose Abreu worth keeping more than trading
ESPN:
Royals starter Ian Kennedy to DL with oblique strain  —  Kansas City Royals pitcher Ian Kennedy is back on the disabled list with an oblique injury.  —  The Royals placed Kennedy on the 10-day DL with a left oblique strain Wednesday, one day after the right-hander pitched just three innings against the Minnesota Twins.
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Associated Press:
Royals snap 10-game skid with 9-4 win over Twins  —  MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Kansas City Royals finally bunched together some runs to end a lengthy losing streak.  —  Adalberto Mondesi had a three-run homer and a career-high four RBIs, and Kansas City snapped a 10-game skid with a 9-4 win over Minnesota on Tuesday night.
Discussion: MLB Trade Rumors
Tyler Mason / MLB Baseball News, Scores …:
Royals snap 10-game skid with 9-4 win over Twins
Discussion: Royals Review
Jesse RogersESPN / ESPN:
Which players could the Cubs target at the trade deadline?  —  SAN FRANCISCO — The Chicago Cubs have made a habit of making July trades under Theo Epstein, including acquisitions such as Jake Arrieta (2013), Addison Russell (2014), Aroldis Chapman (2016) and Jose Quintana (2017).
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Janie McCauley / Toronto Sun:
Cubs capitalize, bounce back from tough loss to beat Giants
Discussion: MLB Baseball News …
Kerry Crowley / Mercury News:
Giants provide timetable for Joe Panik's injury absence
Discussion: McCovey Chronicles
Kristie Rieken / Pueblo Chiefton:
Astros beat A's 6-5 on bizarre play in 11th inning  —  Oakland Athletics manager Bob Melvin argues with home plate umpire David Rackley during the fourth inning of the team's baseball game against the Houston Astros on Tuesday, July 10, 2018, in Houston.  Melvin was ejected.  (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
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Jim Reineking / USA Today:
Houston Astros get wild walk-off win against Oakland Athletics  —  The Houston Astros got a walk-off 6-5 win in the 11th inning over the Oakland Athletics on Tuesday night on as bizarre a play as any seasoned baseball fan will ever see.  —  Alex Bregman came to the plate with one out …
Jill Painter Lopez / Associated Press:
Angels overcome injury to Richards, beat Mariners 9-3  —  ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) After a big game with the bats, the Los Angeles Angels went home worried about one of their most important arms.  —  Kole Calhoun and Andrelton Simmons each had three of Los Angeles' 15 hits Tuesday night …
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Steve Adams / MLB Trade Rumors:
Garrett Richards To Undergo MRI For Forearm Injury
Discussion: Halos Heaven
Larry Stone / The Charlotte Observer:
The time is right for Mariners to give Nelson Cruz a contract extension
Discussion: The Athletic
Bernie Wilson / Toronto Sun:
Rookie Lauer leads Padres to 4-1 win against Dodgers  —  NEW YORK (AP) San Diego Padres rookie left-hander Eric Lauer popped out of the dugout for the ninth inning and was greeted by Cake's “The Distance” on the PA, as well as the heart of the Los Angeles Dodgers' order.
Discussion: Associated Press
UPI:
Dan Straily gets start at home as Marlins host Brewers  —  MIAMI — Veteran Miami Marlins right-hander Dan Straily has a 5.52 ERA this year at Marlins Park, which is where he will start on Wednesday.  He has a 3.67 ERA on the road.  —  Straily will be opposed on Wednesday …
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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
Next Slide  —  MIAMI — Christian Yelich is making the most of his Miami return.
Discussion: Brew Crew Ball
Dave Clark / Cincinnati.com:
Reds minor-leaguer Jonathan Willems hits for cycle for Greeneville  —  Cincinnati Reds prospect Jonathan Willems, a 19-year-old Curacao native who signed with the team as a free agent in 2015, hit for the cycle on Tuesday night in Rookie-level Greeneville's action-packed 13-12 loss to Kingsport.
Matt Ehalt / NorthJersey.com:
Mets fall to Phillies, now have to worry about Philadelphia's future success  —  Mets pitcher Drew Gagnon on his debut in the 7-3 loss to the Phillies Matt Ehalt, Staff Writer, @MattEhalt  —  NEW YORK — As the Mets make decisions this month that will affect their future …
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Mark Gonzales / Chicago Tribune:
Cubs bullpen rotation: Steve Cishek won't pitch Wednesday, Brandon Morrow available again  —  Chicago Tribune  —  Jose Quintana told Kyle Hendricks he wanted to follow his lead after Hendricks threw 8 1/3 innings of one-run ball Monday night.  —  Quintana responded Tuesday night …
 
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