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LEADING OFF: Dodger Stadium fans get Astros; Cole has virus

A look at what's happening around the majors today:. José Altuve, Carlos Correa and the Astros have been heckled at Yankee Stadium, Cleveland, Phoenix and many other parks, the result of their sign-stealing scheme. Now, they’re about to hear it from the fans who feel Houston cheated them out of the 2017 World Series championship.
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Thompson shows grit in scoreless debut

WASHINGTON -- When news of a trade broke, reliever Mason Thompson packed up a few suitcases full of baseball “stuff” and a few articles of clothing and traveled to meet his new team in the nation's capital. After a few days with the team, he made his Nationals debut on...
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Dickerson hits slam; Posey delivers in 10th

PHOENIX -- Two years ago, Giants outfielder Alex Dickerson arrived on the scene and became one of the first underrated pickups of the Farhan Zaidi regime. Acquired from the Padres in exchange for Minor League pitcher Franklin Van Gurp, Dickerson earned his first callup with the Giants on June 21, 2019, and promptly delivered one of the best debuts in franchise history. Dickerson crushed a grand slam and went 3-for-5 with a career-high six RBIs to propel San Francisco to a blowout win at Chase Field.
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SF Giants keep Mike Tauchman in organization, expect more tough roster decisions soon

PHOENIX — It’s possible outfielder Mike Tauchman will have a chance to author another signature moment in a Giants uniform. After being designated for assignment last week, Tauchman cleared waivers and was outrighted to Triple-A Sacramento on Monday. The transaction allows the Giants to keep Tauchman in the organization and gives the outfielder an opportunity to work on mechanical adjustments at the plate after he hit .181 with a .567 OPS in 166 at-bats for the club this season.
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LEADING OFF: Astros sure to hear from fans at Dodger Stadium

A look at what’s happening around the majors on Tuesday:. José Altuve, Carlos Correa and the Astros have been heckled at Yankee Stadium, Cleveland, Phoenix and many other parks, the result of their sign-stealing scheme. Now, they’re about to hear it from the fans who feel Houston cheated them out of the 2017 World Series championship.
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'Prideful' D-backs have plenty to play for

PHOENIX -- The D-backs know the score. They know their record and their standing in the NL West, just like everybody else does. Sure, they are in the midst of a challenging 16-game stretch against the titans of the division – the Dodgers, Giants and Padres -- and next month won’t get any easier. Everybody knows that, too.
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Transaction Catch-Up 8/2/21: How Did We Get Here?

When I last posted, it was May 23rd. The Cards, at 26-19, were in first place in the National League Central and had the 4th best record in the National League, behind only the Padres, Giants and Dodgers. Only RHPs Jordan Hicks and Dakota Hudson were on the 60-day IL. LHP Andrew Miller, SS Paul DeJong and LF Tyler O’Neill were on the 10-day IL. The club had just started a stretch of 17 straight games without a day off, and had a planned 6-man starting rotation of Jack Flaherty, Carlos Martinez, Miles Mikolas, Adam Wainwright, Kwang Hyun Kim and John Gant.
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Braves: The Phillies Are the Biggest Threat in the NL East

The Atlanta Braves are currently trying to catch the New York Mets in the NL East, but it’s the Philadelphia Phillies who they should be worried about. Assuming the Atlanta Braves actually go on a winning streak, which they have a very good chance of doing with the schedule they coming up, they’ll put themselves in a good position to take over the lead in the NL East.
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