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Braves recalled RHP Jason Hursh to Triple-A Gwinnett.

The 25-year-old has allowed one run over 5 2/3 innings with the Braves this season. He'll work in middle relief.
Jul 28 - 9:03 AM

Nationals signed 1B/OF Chad Huffman to a minor league contract.

Huffman was released by the Cardinals earlier this week. The 32-year-old was up with the big club briefly but has spent nearly all year at the Triple-A level, hitting .247/.386/.437 with six homers.
Jul 28 - 9:00 AM

David Peralta (knee) singled in one of his four plate appearances in his return to the lineup Thursday.

Peralta sat out Wednesday after fouling a ball off his left knee Tuesday, but he'll be fine. The outfielder has settled into the leadoff spot for the Diamondbacks.
Jul 28 - 8:55 AM

FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal writes that "the odds remain heavily against" a trade of Justin Verlander.

Rosenthal adds that a source with knowledge of the Tigers' thinking considers it a "low probability" that Verlander is dealt. There are numerous obstacles to a trade, with Verlander's contract and ability to veto any deal among them. There's also the fact that he's 34 and not having a terribly good season. The Cubs, Brewers and Dodgers have been mentioned as possible landing spots for Verlander.
Jul 28 - 8:44 AM

FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Padres are a "dark horse" to acquire Sonny Gray.

They'd certainly be an unconventional landing spot for Gray given that they're not contenders in 2017 and don't appear poised to contend soon. However, Rosenthal writes that the Padres "have shown steady interest in Gray, apparently viewing him as a possible fit in their long-term plan." The Braves are another non-contender that looks like a legitimate player for Gray. The Yankees, Dodgers and Cubs are also in the mix, while the Astros and Brewers, at this moment, "are not significantly involved" anymore, according to Rosenthal.
Jul 28 - 8:35 AM

Brett Gardner scored the tying run in the ninth inning before hitting a walk-off homer in the 11th to give the Yankees a 6-5 win over the Rays on Thursday.

Gardner had a relatively quiet night before he stepped to the plate to lead off the ninth inning. In that at-bat, he slapped a triple into the left-center gap, eventually scoring the game-tying run later in the inning. He then stepped in to lead off the 11th inning and ripped a pitch over the right field wall to commence the celebration. The 33-year-old now has a career-high 18 homers to go with 46 RBI, 66 runs scored and 13 steals. He's batting .261/.353/.465 after Thursday's fireworks.
Jul 28 - 1:07 AM

Alex Colome suffered a blown save against the Yankees on Thursday, allowing a run on two hits.

As blown saves go, this one was tough to swallow. Sure, Brett Gardner's leadoff triple put Colome in a bind, but it looked as though he was going to get out of it after retiring Clint Frazier and Aaron Judge while keeping Gardner at third. And when Gary Sanchez hit a seemingly harmless grounder toward the shortstop, it certainly seemed as though the game was over. But shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria assumed second baseman Tim Beckham would make the play, and Beckham did the same for Hechavarria, and in the end it was Colome left holding the bag. The blown save was his first in a month, and the 28-year-old still has a strong 3.66 ERA to go with his AL-best 29 saves. Thursday was simply a blip on the radar.
Jul 28 - 12:58 AM

Corey Dickerson went 2-for-5 with a solo homer in a loss to the Yankees on Thursday.

Yankees reliever Chad Green threw a 95 mph fastball up in the zone that Dickerson caught up to, yanking it out to right for his 19th homer of the year. He'd been hitless in his previous four games, with the mini slump dropping his season line to .304/.348/.535 through Thursday's game. His 64 runs still rank among the league's best, and the 28-year-old has a shot at setting career highs in a number of offensive categories this year.
Jul 28 - 12:50 AM
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