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6/23/2016 | Fans must start voting now to get in all 35 ballots

The 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot is down to its final week, and here are 10 important things to know as you continue deciding starters for the 87th All-Star Game presented by MasterCard on July 12 at Petco Park in San Diego.


6/23/2016 | Sonnanstine working on knuckleball, comeback

Andy Sonnanstine has been seduced by the lure of the dancing medicine ball, and finding the magic of how to throw a knuckleballl could punch his ticket back to the Major Leagues.


6/22/2016 | First-inning woes continue for Archer in loss

Chris Archer's first-inning blues are well documented.


6/22/2016 | Andriese ready for return to rotation in doubleheader

Matt Andriese is back in the starting rotation -- at least for the time being.


6/22/2016 | Bauer goes the distance as Tribe sweeps Rays

The Indians completed a three-game sweep over the Rays with a 6-1 win on Wednesday night at Progressive Field. With the victory, Cleveland finished off an undefeated six-game homestand, while Tampa Bay dropped its seventh consecutive contest. The Indians also finished June with an 11-0 record at home, marking the first undefeated calendar month of at least 10 games in club history.


6/22/2016 | Machado set to return for O's opener vs. Rays

The Orioles welcome back Manny Machado for their four-game series over three days with Tampa Bay that begins Friday. Machado finished serving his four-game suspension after Wednesday's game for his altercation with Royals righty Yordano Ventura, but the O's had Thursday off.


6/21/2016 | Plenty of silver lining for Snell despite loss

Blake Snell certainly appears to be the real deal. The rookie left-hander made his third start of the season and second since being recalled on Thursday. Though he took the loss in the Rays' 6-0 loss to the Indians Tuesday night, he made strides from his previous start.


6/21/2016 | Archer looks to turn Rays' tide vs. Tribe

Chris Archer agreed that the results the Rays starters are getting need to improve, particularly if the team is to escape its current funk. He'll get the chance to lead the way Wednesday when he starts the finale of the Rays' three-game series with the Indians at Progressive Field. He'll be opposed by Trevor Bauer.


6/21/2016 | Archer is ice cream man at Cleveland RBI event

Chris Archer served it up on Tuesday. Ice cream that is. The Rays right-hander visited with over 100 players from the Cleveland RBI (Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities) and visited the Baseball Heritage Museum at League Park, which was the site of Babe Ruth's 500th home run in 1929.


6/21/2016 | Surging Longoria needs help to reach ASG

The latest American League All-Star ballot results were released on Tuesday and, amazingly, Rays third baseman Evan Longoria isn't in the top five among third basemen.


6/21/2016 | Right hamstring strain forces Pearce to DL

The Rays placed Steve Pearce on the disabled list on Tuesday with a strained right hamstring, but they did get some good news on outfielder Mikie Mahtook, whose fractured left hand did not require surgery.


6/21/2016 | Rays recall Franklin from Triple-A Durham

Infielder Nick Franklin has been recalled from Triple-A Durham, and should be available to play Tuesday night when the Rays meet the Indians for the second game of a three-game series.


6/20/2016 | 'Altered' swing giving Longoria more pop

Evan Longoria has always maintained that the more a hitter tries to hit a home run, the less chance he has of hitting one.


6/20/2016 | Mahtook fractures left hand on HBP

The Rays lost outfielder Mikie Mahtook to a fractured left hand, and there's a chance Steve Pearce could also be headed to the disabled list.


6/20/2016 | Rays agree with No. 77 overall pick Fraley

The Rays and their third 2016 Draft pick (77th overall), Jake Fraley, have agreed on an $800,000 deal. The LSU outfielder is expected to sign this week, according to MLB.com insider Jim Callis.


6/20/2016 | Injured Rays progressing toward returns

If there's one positive among the injured Rays, it's the fact all of them seem to be making progress.


6/20/2016 | Lindor, Uribe send Tribe to fourth straight win

Francisco Lindor and Juan Uribe homered in a three-run eighth inning to lead the Indians to a 7-4 win over the Rays in Monday night's series opener at Progressive Field. Cleveland has won four in a row and extended its lead in the American League Central to one game over the Royals, while the Rays have lost five straight.


6/20/2016 | Kluber, Indians try to extend AL Central lead vs. Rays

Corey Kluber and Blake Snell will square off Tuesday night at Progressive Field in what could be a top-notch pitching matchup, even though both are coming off losses. The Indians enter this game leading the American League Central by one game over the Royals.


6/20/2016 | Pair of Cubs headline Prospect Team of the Week

MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the previous seven days. Any player currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible, including big leaguers.


6/20/2016 | Rays' top pick Lowe signed to $2.6 million deal

The Rays signed their 2016 No. 1 Draft pick, Joshua Lowe, for $2.6 million, according to MLB.com insider Jim Callis. He will report to the Rookie-level GCL Rays. That figure is below the slot value of $3,098,900 for the No. 13 overall pick.


6/19/2016 | Bullpen woes sink Rays in series vs. Giants

The Rays' bullpen faltered in a three-game sweep by the Rays, no more so than Sunday when that unit combined to allow four runs in the eighth inning.


6/19/2016 | Smyly, Tomlin face off at Progressive Field

Josh Tomlin will be out for his ninth victory of the season Monday as the Indians open a series against the Rays. Drew Smyly, who struck out a career-high 12 batters the last time out, starts for the Rays.


6/19/2016 | Giants sweep Rays, run win streak to eight

The Giants ran their win streak to eight games by sweeping the Rays on Sunday, scoring four runs in the eighth inning to break a tie.


6/18/2016 | Steady Colome, Erasmo have rare rough day

Alex Colome had not given a run in 19 straight appearances dating back to May 1, while Erasmo Ramirez was working on a six-game scoreless streak before both faltered in a 6-4 Giants victory over the Rays.


6/18/2016 | Panik punctuates rally vs. Rays in SF's 7th straight

Jaff Decker backed up to the right-field wall like he had a chance to catch the ball that was crushed off Joe Panik's bat. The Giants had struggled to find a big hit most of the day. But they got a two-out hit to tie it in the eighth and won their seventh straight game on Panik's three-run homer in the ninth in a 6-4 win over the Rays.




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