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Jason Heyward (back) is expected to be out of the Braves lineup until Friday at the earliest.

His back soreness has kept him out of two straight games, and Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez said he'll likely give Heyward another day off Thursday to get right. "We talked about it today and he’s still not feeling well," Gonzalez said of Heyward. "If he comes in tomorrow and he’s not feeling well, I’m not doing it, I’m not running him in there." Even with the days off, a DL stint doesn't appear to be in the cards for Heyward at this point.
Jul 30 - 10:40 PM

A source tells Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press that it appears Josh Willingham is "staying put" with the Twins through the trade deadline.

Berardino also notes that a deal during the August waiver trading period is still a possibility. The outfielder is hitting .225/.367/.439 this year. A report from ESPN's Jerry Crasnick earlier Wednesday said the club is hopeful to move Willingham this season.
Jul 30 - 10:37 PM

Max Scherzer improved to 13-3, holding the White Sox to one run over seven innings as the Tigers enjoyed an easy 7-2 win on Wednesday.

Scherzer appears to have found some consistency. Now in his last seven starts, the impending free agent has a 2.08 ERA over 47 2/3 innings. On Wednesday, he limited the White Sox to five hits and a walk while striking out six. As a result, he lowered his overall ERA to 3.27. He has a 1.17 WHIP and a 167/41 K/BB ratio to go along with it. Scherzer will toe the rubber at Yankee Stadium on Monday.
Jul 30 - 10:37 PM

Hector Noesi fell to 5-8 after yielding six runs over six innings in a loss to the Tigers on Wednesday.

All six runs came in an ugly first inning in which Noesi allowed six hits (five singles and a three-run home run) and walked two batters. From the second through the sixth, Noesi put up goose eggs. Overall, the right-hander allowed 10 hits, walked three, and struck out three. It hasn't been a great season for Noesi, as he has a 5.21 ERA, a 1.48 WHIP, and a 78/41 K/BB ratio. He'll try to bounce back against the Rangers at home on Monday.
Jul 30 - 10:33 PM

Adam Dunn homered in garbage time in Wednesday's loss to the Tigers, his only hit in four at-bats.

The White Sox went into the ninth inning trailing by six runs, and Dunn made it five with a one-out solo home run off of Al Alburquerque. Dunn has homered in back-to-back ballgames, giving him 17 on the season along with 44 RBI and a .230/.362/.450 slash line.
Jul 30 - 10:31 PM
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