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8:50 AM ET, May 12, 2022

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Associated Press:
San Diego Padres manager Bob Melvin to have prostate surgery Wednesday, hopes to miss only part of road trip  —  SAN DIEGO — San Diego Padres manager Bob Melvin says he'll have prostate surgery Wednesday and hopes he misses only part of a forthcoming road trip.
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Meghan Montemurro / Chicago Tribune:   Wade Miley will make his Chicago Cubs debut tonight, coming off the injured list to add stability to the rotation
Jesse Yomtov / USA Today:   MLB power rankings: San Diego Padres powering on without Fernando Tatis Jr.
Jesse Rogers / ESPN:
Chicago White Sox's Tim Anderson has one-game suspension reduced to fine after appeal  —  CHICAGO — White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson had his one-game suspension for making an obscene gesture toward fans at a recent game in Cleveland reduced to just a fine Tuesday.
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ESPN:
Josh Naylor first player with 8 RBIs in eighth inning or later, helps Cleveland Guardians stun Chicago White Sox  —  CHICAGO — Josh Naylor hit a tying grand slam with two outs in the ninth inning and a three-run homer in the 11th, powering a huge comeback that carried the Cleveland Guardians past …
Kristie Ackert / New York Daily News:
Aaron Judge hits game-winning 3-run home run to end heated game between Yankees and Blue Jays  —  For the last year, the rivalry has been building.  The Blue Jays pushed the Yankees to the end of last season, just missing a chance to play them for a playoff spot.  Tuesday night, they added some bad blood to the mix.
Andrew Marchand / New York Post:
Tom Brady gets monster 10-year, $375 million deal from Fox Sports  —  Fox Sports' deal to make Tom Brady its lead NFL game analyst after he retires is for 10 years and $375 million, The Post has learned.  —  It is the largest contract in sportscasting history, as it more than doubles …
ESPN:
Milwaukee Brewers' Christian Yelich becomes sixth player in MLB history to hit for three cycles in career  —  The Milwaukee Brewers' Christian Yelich joined an exclusive club Wednesday, hitting for the third cycle of his career during a 14-11 loss to the Cincinnati Reds.
Discussion: MLB.com and The Athletic
Ira Winderman / Sun-Sentinel:
Heat pummel 76ers 120-85 as Lowry sits, take 3-2 series lead  —  MIAMI — More Miami Heat basketball is assured this season at FTX Arena.  —  Either Game 7 of this Eastern Conference semifinal series against the Philadelphia 76ers.  —  Or Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals, and beyond.
Ashley Landis / Associated Press:
Angels rookie Reid Detmers throws no-hitter against Tampa Bay, MLB's second of the season  —  ANAHEIM, Calif. — Angels rookie Reid Detmers pitched the majors' second no-hitter this season, cruising after he benefitted from a borderline error call in the seventh inning as Los Angeles beat the Tampa Bay Rays 12-0 Tuesday night.
Jim Bowden / The Athletic:
5 MLB trades I'd like to see in May, including a Xander Bogaerts deal  —  MLB executives usually don't start making trades this early in the season.  They prefer to spend the first two months evaluating their team and the next six weeks scouting and analyzing possible trade targets.
Discussion: NBCSports.com and CBS Boston
Rick Stroud / Tampa Bay Times:
Kicker Josh Lambo sues Jaguars, claiming Urban Meyer created a hostile work environment  —  Meyer was fired by the Jaguars hours after the Tampa Bay Times' exclusive story detailed the head coach kicking Lambo.  —  Kicker Josh Lambo has filed a lawsuit against the Jacksonville Jaguars seeking …
Deesha Thosar / New York Daily News:
Tylor Megill struggles, doesn't make it out of second inning in loss to Nationals  —  WASHINGTON — Tylor Megill's seventh start of the year was foul enough to be flushed down the toilet.  —  Megill, who entered this outing having given up just nine runs across his previous six starts …
Benjamin Hoffman / New York Times:
Rob Manfred and M.L.B. Seek Consistency on Baseballs  —  The baseball commissioner said the league was working to ensure balls performed the same at all parks.  Humidors and gripping agents are part of that plan.  — Give this article- - - Read in app  —  Commissioner Rob Manfred …
Discussion: The Athletic
 
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