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10:35 AM ET, June 14, 2022


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Surging Atlanta Braves lose star second baseman Ozzie Albies to fractured left foot in fifth inning  —  MLB, Atlanta Braves, Washington Nationals  —  Atlanta Braves second baseman Ozzie Albies left Monday's 9-5 victory against the Washington Nationals in the fifth inning after he fractured his left foot, the team announced.
Washington Nationals' Stephen Strasburg going back on injured list after one start  —  Washington Nationals starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg is going back on the injured list.  —  Manager Dave Martinez said Monday that Strasburg experienced discomfort Sunday after he threw a bullpen session on Saturday and was set to have an MRI.
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Jesse Yomtov / USA Today:   MLB power rankings: Atlanta Braves cut NL East deficit in half with 11-game winning streak
Steve Gardner / USA Today:   Ronald Acuña's chalk-tossing celebration earns shout-out from LeBron James
Andy Kostka / Baltimore Sun:
Orioles place Anthony Santander, Keegan Akin on restricted list ahead of four-game series in Toronto  —  TORONTO — Outfielder Anthony Santander and left-hander Keegan Akin were placed on the restricted list Monday and are not with the Orioles on their trip to Toronto to face the Blue Jays in a four-game series.
Andy Kostka / Baltimore Sun:
As Kyle Stowers arrives with the Orioles for his MLB debut, the outfield prospect credits his mental work getting him here  —  TORONTO — As Kyle Stowers began to press at the plate early this season for Triple-A Norfolk — overly aware of the at-bats that ended in outs — his stance started to change for the worse.
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Baltimore Sun:
Orioles ‘will never leave’ Baltimore, chairman and CEO says  —  In the midst of a lawsuit among members of the Angelos family, Orioles chairman and CEO John Angelos issued a statement Monday morning asserting that the club “will never leave” Baltimore.  —  Louis Angelos, the brother of John …
Orioles chairman and CEO John Angelos disputes accusations he'll relocate team, says franchise will ‘never leave’ Baltimore  —  The Orioles will “never leave” the city of Baltimore.  —  So says team chairman and CEO John Angelos, who made this declaration Monday in a strongly worded statement …
Evan Petzold / Detroit Free Press:
Detroit Tigers' Eduardo Rodriguez placed on restricted list due to ‘personal matters’  —  The Detroit Tigers will be without left-handed starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez for the foreseeable future.  —  Rodriguez, who signed a five-year, $77 million contract in November …
Tigers put Eduardo Rodriguez on restricted list with pitcher away from team for personal matters
Discussion: Tigers' Rodriguez …
Tyler Kepner / New York Times:
The Cubs Flirted With Success.  The Yankees Define It.  —  Chicago's inability to maintain momentum after its 2016 championship underscores how unusual the Yankees' consistency is: They are on their way to a 30th straight winning season.  —  David Ross has won the World Series twice since the last time the Yankees got there, in 2009.
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Brandon Drury shows why his role on the team has grown as Reds beat Diamondbacks  —  PHOENIX — In April, when Cincinnati Reds infielder Brandon Drury made the Opening Day roster as the injury replacement for a backup infielder, he was only expected to be a platoon player against left-handed starting pitchers.
Associated Press:
Elbow strain forces Los Angeles Dodgers to shut down Walker Buehler for 6-8 weeks  —  SAN FRANCISCO — Los Angeles Dodgers ace Walker Buehler won't throw for six-to-eight weeks because of a flexor strain in his right elbow, making late this season the most optimistic timetable for his return to a major league mound.
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Associated Press:
Report: New York Yankees' Josh Donaldson has 1-game ban upheld by MLB, fine cut to $5,000  —  NEW YORK — Major League Baseball has upheld Josh Donaldson's one-game suspension, a penalty that was assessed after the New York Yankees third baseman made a remark to White Sox star Tim Anderson …
Meghan Montemurro / Chicago Tribune:
Chicago Cubs' rotation injuries present opportunities and challenges for young pitchers: 'That's how you become a big leaguer'  —  NEW YORK — Manager David Ross needed few words to describe the state of the Chicago Cubs rotation.  —  “Short would be a good word,” Ross said Sunday after the Cubs' 18-4 loss to the New York Yankees.
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