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- Here’s the latest from around the American League East.
- Cleveland has placed Jason Kipnis on the disabled list for hamstring tightness.
- The Rockies have acquired Jonathan Lucroy.
- Red Sox have placed Bradley Jr. on the disabled list with a sprained thumb.
- The Mets have shut down Zack Wheeler for season, because none of this is surprising at this point.
- The Dodgers have placed Cody Bellinger and Alex Wood on the disabled list.
- New York is unlikely to retain Terry Collins after this season.
- The Athletics have traded Rajai Davis to Red Sox.
- Joe Girardi called out Brad Ausmus and the umpires after the Yankees-Tigers game.
- Trevor Rosenthal will have Tommy John surgery.
- Rich Hill lost a no-hitter on a Pirates walk-off home run in extra innings. If you’re gonna go down, I guess at least go down epically?
- Michael Conforto dislocated his shoulder during yesterday’s game and it didn’t look pretty.
- Justin Turner might shave his glorious beard if the Dodgers win the World Series.\
- The Dodgers have reached 90 wins. It’s August 24. That’s insanity. That’s baseball.
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