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Nolan Arenado launched a solo homer in Monday's loss to the Orioles.

Arenado made an uncharacteristic two fielding errors in the game, but his solo jack in the fourth inning knotted things up at the time. It was his 26th longball of the season, as he now trails teammate Trevor Story by one home run for the National League lead.
Jul 25 - 10:32 PM

Aaron Sanchez struck out seven batters across seven shutout innings in Monday's 4-2 victory over the Padres.

Sanchez was dominant yet again, holding the Padres to just three hits -- two singles -- while walking two. He's yielded only 113 hits and 39 walks over 132 1/3 innings this season, good for a 1.15 WHIP to go along with his 2.72 ERA. Sanchez is now 11-1 on the season and hasn't given up more than two runs in any of his last seven starts. It's possible he'll hit a wall at some point or even be moved to the bullpen, but Sanchez hasn't shown any signs of slowing down yet. He'll get the Orioles next.
Jul 25 - 10:13 PM

Colin Rea walked four batters but managed to record a quality start Monday, allowing three runs over six frames in a loss to the Blue Jays.

Rea is still walking way too many guys for someone who doesn't miss a ton of bats. He was able to limit the damage somewhat but still took his second straight loss. The right-hander will carry an unappealing 4.98 ERA and 1.46 WHIP into this weekend's outing against the Reds.
Jul 25 - 10:02 PM

Roberto Osuna retired the only two batters he faced to nail down his 21st save of the season in Monday's win over the Padres.

The Blue Jays entered the bottom of the ninth with a four-run lead, but Osuna had to come on after Bo Schultz served up a two-run dinger. The closer got a foulout and a fly out to finish off the victory. Osuna is 21-for-23 in save chances and boasts a 2.03 ERA, 0.88 WHIP and 51/9 K/BB ratio over 44 1/3 innings.
Jul 25 - 9:58 PM

Kevin Pillar went 3-for-4 with an RBI double and a run scored in Monday's win over the Padres.

Two of Pillar's hits on the night were two-baggers, and he also added a stolen base. The speedy outfielder hasn't ran as much as hoped this season, but he's now on pace for 13 home runs and 11 stolen bases.
Jul 25 - 9:55 PM

FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Blue Jays are the "front-runners" for Padres outfielder Melvin Upton.

Jon Heyman of MLB Network reported over the weekend that the Orioles and Blue Jays were the leaders in pursuit for Upton, but it appears that Toronto has emerged as the favorite in the past day or so. Rosenthal hears that the Indians are also in the mix. Upton has enjoyed a resurgent season in San Diego, batting .256/.304/.439 with 16 home runs, 45 RBI, and 20 steals across 95 games. He's under contract for $16.45 million next season.
Jul 25 - 9:54 PM

Alex Dickerson went 3-for-4 with a two-run homer in Monday's loss to the Padres.

Dickerson took Bo Schultz deep in the ninth inning with a mammoth shot that went into the fifth deck in right field at Rogers Centre. It's his second straight game with three hits and a home run. Dickerson is sporting a .280/.325/.520 batting line.
Jul 25 - 9:52 PM

Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News hears from a source that there's "almost no chance" the Yankees will release Alex Rodriguez this season.

Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said Monday that releasing A-Rod is "not something that’s being considered," so this essentially echoes that sentiment. A-Rod has been serving in a platoon role at designated hitter over the past month, but it raised some eyebrows that he was even benched against left-hander Dallas Keuchel on Monday. Assuming he sticks around, the diminished role is likely to continue. Rodriguez, 40, is batting just .206/.256/.364 with nine homers and 29 RBI over 58 games this season. He's under contract for $20 million in 2017.
Jul 25 - 9:43 PM
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