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MLB trade rumors and news from April 27th, 2018

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The Indians placed left-hander Andrew Miller on the disabled list yesterday.

Free agent to be and New York native Patrick Corbin has expressed interest in playing for the Yankees.

Jung Ho Kang will finally return to the Pirates after obtaining a U.S. work visa.

Gary Sanchez hit a walk-off bomb yesterday to complete the sweep of the Twins.

Failed minor leaguer Hayden Hurst became a first round pick in the NFL draft last night.

Ronald Acuna hit his first big league homer in the Braves win yesterday.

Corey Dickerson hit a walk-off homer to lift the Pirates over the Tigers.

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Today in Baseball: On April 27th, 2004, at Dodger Stadium, Mike Piazza ties Carlton Fisk for the most career homers by a catcher as he hits Hideo Nomo’s sixth-inning pitch into the stands for his 351st round-tripper as a backstop.

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