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Grading Phillies, Los Angeles Dodgers and other National League teams at the ...

NJ.com
The July 31 non-waiver trade deadline has come and gone. There was plenty of activity all over the league, including a couple of last-minute deals, as contenders looked to fortify their rosters while sellers looked to jumpstart the rebuilding process.

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Dodgers throwing dollars, not prospects, at postseason dreams

Los Angeles Times
We should have seen this coming when Guggenheim blew away all comers in the bidding for the Dodgers — $2.15 billion for the team and half-ownership of the Dodger Stadium parking lots, another $400 million for a real estate development fund run by ...

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Alex Wood happy to be in LA after topsy-turvy deadline

ESPN (blog)
LOS ANGELES -- Alex Wood nearly got caught in the Andrew Heaney-Zach Eflin vortex, the strange limbo region players often land in when they are part of Andrew Friedman trades. Friedman, the Los Angeles Dodgers president of baseball operations, has a ...



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Dodgers place third baseman Justin Turner on DL with infection

SI.com
The Los Angeles Dodgers have placed third baseman Justin Turner on the disabled list with an infection. The move is retroactive to July 27. Turner was hospitalized with a leg infection earlier in the week, and while manager Don Mattingly was hopeful ...




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Brendan Ryan Makes Case for Second Base in New York Yankees Slugfest

RantSports
It wasn't pretty, but Nathan Eovaldi threw 5.2 innings of three-run ball to improve to 11-2 as the New York Yankees exploded for 13 runs. Mark Teixeira drove in six and blasted two home runs, and, more importantly, Brendan Ryan went 3-for-6 in his case ...

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New York Yankees Editorial: Why Standing Pat At The Deadline Was A Smart Move

Yanks Go Yard
The non-waiver trade deadline came and went and the New York Yankees move was….Dustin Ackley. Meh right? Well, there were starting pitchers who were traded like Johnny Cueto, Mike Leake, Cole Hamels and David Price. All of those pitchers could ...



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Mark Teixeira homers from both sides as NY Yankees rout Chicago White Sox 13-6

FOXSports.com
Teixeira homered from both sides of the plate for the record 14th time, hitting his 10th grand slam and a two-run homer that led the New York Yankees over the Chicago White Sox 13-6 Friday night. "It's been good since the All-Star break," Teixeira said.



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Mets Trade for Yoenis Cespedes as Yankees Stand Pat

New York Times
“If he plays well for us and enjoys New York, that's always a possibility,” Alderson said. The Mets plan to play Cespedes in left field, his normal position, which could create a problem if, and when, Michael Cuddyer returns from the disabled list. At ...


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