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5:40 PM ET, June 13, 2022

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ESPN:
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 …
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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 …
Baltimore Sun:
With Baltimore's Angelos family in legal battle, the prospect of an Orioles sale or move looms larger
Discussion: Boston Herald
Associated Press:   Orioles CEO John Angelos wrested control of team at expense of brother, suit claims
Baltimore Sun:
Lawsuit between Peter Angelos' sons lays bare secret struggle over Baltimore Orioles' future, possible sale of team
Discussion: Mercury News
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LaMond Pope / Chicago Tribune:
Chicago White Sox squander a 5-run lead in an 11-9 in 10 innings: 'Everybody was trying, all the hitters we're trying, we got beat'  —  It's been a disappointing season for the Chicago White Sox.  —  And Saturday might have been the most disappointing day of them all.
Discussion: Boston Herald
ESPN:
‘Fire Tony!’ chants as Chicago White Sox blow lead in loss to Texas Rangers  —  CHICAGO — Loud chants of “Fire Tony!” broke out at Guaranteed Rate Field as manager Tony La Russa and the Chicago White Sox blew a five-run lead and lost to the Texas Rangers 11-9 in 10 innings on Saturday.
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.
Discussion: Call to the Pen and ESPN
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Associated Press:
Son of ex-Los Angeles Dodgers player Steve Sax among five Marines killed in training flight crash  —  LOS ANGELES — Former Dodgers player Steve Sax says his 33-year-old son, who had always dreamed of being a pilot, was among five U.S. Marines killed during a training flight crash earlier this week in the California desert.
Jesse Yomtov / USA Today:
MLB power rankings: Atlanta Braves cut NL East deficit in half with 11-game winning streak  —  The defending World Series champion Atlanta Braves have won 11 in a row and enter Monday 5 ½ games behind the New York Mets in the National League East, having shaved five games off their deficit in less than two weeks.
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Steve Gardner / USA Today:
Ronald Acuña's chalk-tossing celebration earns shout-out from LeBron James  —  Atlanta outfielder Ronald Acuña Jr. may be the best player in baseball right now, and his all-around excellence is a huge reason why the Braves are currently riding a 10-game winning streak.
ESPN:
Tigers put Eduardo Rodriguez on restricted list with pitcher away from team for personal matters  —  Starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez has informed the Detroit Tigers he won't rejoin the club at this time for personal matters and has been placed on the restricted list “until further notice …
Discussion: Tigers' Rodriguez …
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Meghan Montemurro / Chicago Tribune:
Clint Frazier is designated for assignment by the Chicago Cubs before their loss to the NY Yankees in 13 innings
Discussion: Cubbies Crib
Kristie Ackert / New York Daily News:
Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton play home run derby as Yankees clobber the Cubs 8-0 at the Stadium  —  Giancarlo Stanton left no doubt.  The Yankees slugger hit the ball so hard — the hardest hit ball in baseball this season — that it slammed into the sign in the front of the second deck and ricocheted back almost onto the field.
Kristie Rieken / Associated Press:
Marlins win in Houston for fourth victory in a row, but Pablo Lopez exits in fifth inning after being struck by line drive  —  Jazz Chisholm Jr. wasn't celebrating his accomplishments after hitting two home runs Friday night in a win over the Houston Astros for his second multi-homer game this week.
Discussion: Boston Herald
 
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Wainwright, Molina set to make 316th start together, tying Braves greats for second-most all-time
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Andy Kostka / Baltimore Sun:
Bruce Zimmermann knocked around early as Orioles suffer 8-1 loss to Royals, their ninth straight game without a quality start
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