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Brewers activated LHP Wade Miley from the 60-day disabled list.

Miley will return to the Brewers' starting rotation on Thursday night in Pittsburgh after missing over two months with a right oblique strain. The 31-year-old southpaw was pitching very well before the injury and is worth adding again in most mixed fantasy leagues.
Jul 12 - 3:28 PM

Adam Eaton has been out of the Nationals' lineup lately because of soreness in his left knee.

It's the same knee that he blew out last season, causing him to miss most of the year. Manager Davey Martinez said Friday that Eaton is OK and they are just resting him to be careful. Eaton has started just one of the last five games and Victor Robles could continue seeing starts down the stretch.
Sep 21 - 4:58 PM

Ryan Braun (back) is back in the Brewers' lineup Friday.

It's Braun's first start since Sunday, as he's been battling a back issue. He's in left field and batting fifth against Ivan Nova and the Pirates.
Sep 21 - 4:32 PM

Lorenzo Cain (intercostal) remained out of the Brewers' lineup Friday.

He hasn't played since tweaking an intercostal muscle on Tuesday. The Brewers are considering Cain day-to-day. Curtis Granderson is getting a start in his place.
Sep 21 - 4:30 PM

Victor Martinez's final major league game will be on Saturday against the Royals.

Martinez won't be in the lineup Sunday and he wants his last at-bats to come in Detroit. V-Mart will travel will the Tigers on their final road trip next week but won't play. The 39-year-old will retire after the season following a 16-year major league career.
Sep 21 - 4:05 PM

Indians activated RHP Trevor Bauer from the 10-day disabled list.

Bauer will rejoin the Indians' rotation Friday against the Red Sox after missing six weeks with a fractured fibula. He's only expected to go a couple innings Friday, so he's not a recommended fantasy option even versus Boston's post-clinch lineup.
Sep 21 - 4:00 PM

The Rangers have fired manager Jeff Banister.

The news was reported earlier Friday and the team has now made it official. Bench coach Don Wakamatsu will serve as the interim skipper for the rest of the season. Banister was AL Manager of the Year in his first season in Texas in 2015 and made the playoffs again in 2016. However, they didn't win any postseason series with him at the helm and have fallen off the last two seasons.
Sep 21 - 2:04 PM

Major League Baseball has placed Cubs shortstop Addison Russell on administrative leave.

A domestic violence investigation into Russell was first opened last June and has re-entered the spotlight after Russell's ex-wife, Melisa Reidy, posted on her blog Wednesday details about the alleged abuse. The administrative leave lasts seven days but MLB can extend it if need be as they continue their investigation. Russell is batting just .250/.317/.340 with five homers this season and has seen his role reduced after the team's acquisition of Daniel Murphy.
Sep 21 - 1:51 PM

Kyle Schwarber (back) is back in the Cubs' lineup Friday.

Schwarber is being eased back into action in the designated hitter spot in the interleague matchup versus the White Sox. It's his first game action in nearly two weeks as he battles through a nagging back injury. Addison Russell and Willson Contreras are on the bench Friday, as the Cubs are going with Javy Baez at shortstop and Victory Caratini at catcher.
Sep 21 - 12:24 PM

Paul Sewald pitched a scoreless 12th inning Thursday to close out a 5-4 win over the Nationals.

The Mets went to closer Robert Gsellman earlier in the game -- with a disappointing result, it should be noted -- so when the time came to save it in the 12th, it was Sewald who got the call. And it wasn't a cake walk, either, as he had to deal with Trea Turner, Bryce Harper and Anthony Rendon while nursing the one-run lead. Sewald proved worthy of the challenge, getting Turner to fly out, catching Harper looking and inducing a ground out from Rendon to end it. The 28-year-old is pitching for a spot in next year's bullpen, and Thursday's result helped that cause.
Sep 21 - 12:25 AM

Max Scherzer broke the Nationals' record for strikeouts in a season, previously held by, well, Max Scherzer, striking out 13 while allowing three runs over seven innings in a no-decision Thursday against the Mets.

Scherzer set the previous record, 284 strikeouts, in 2016, and shattered it -- and his own personal best in the process -- in Thursday's 13-strikeout show. The bad news is, he didn't factor in the decision, depriving him of a realistic shot at a 20-win season. He's now sitting on 290 strikeouts for the year, and with at least one more start to go he's got a legitimate shot at a 300-strikeout season, something done a handful of times in recent history, including by Clayton Kershaw in 2015 and Chris Sale last season. That start will come against the Marlins next week, which helps. Scherzer will carry a 2.57 ERA and 0.92 WHIP into that contest.
Sep 21 - 12:11 AM

Matt Davidson went 2-for-6 with the game-winning RBI single in the 11th inning, helping the White Sox edge the Indians 5-4 on Thursday.

With runners on the corners and two outs in the top of the 11th inning, Davidson slapped an Adam Cimber delivery to right field to plate the go-ahead run. Miraculously, it was his first RBI since September 3, so it had to feel a bit like getting the monkey off his back. Overall, the 27-year-old is hitting .236/.330/.441 with 20 homers and 59 RBI.
Sep 21 - 12:04 AM




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