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Brad Brach underwent a minor surgery on his left knee last week.

The procedure addressed the meniscus in his knee, but Brach said it was "real easy" and "real basic" and that he already feels close to 100 percent. He should be fine for the start of spring training. Brach, who is arbitration-eligible for the second time this winter, posted a dominant 2.05 ERA and 92/25 K/BB ratio over 79 innings this season.
Oct 20 - 6:17 PM

Carlos Ruiz will hit cleanup in Game 5 of the NLCS against the Cubs on Thursday.

In case it wasn't already obvious, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts has made some interesting changes to his lineup with left-hander Jon Lester on the hill for the Cubs. In addition to Ruiz hitting cleanup, Enrique Hernandez will bat leadoff and play second base. Meanwhile, Yasiel Puig will start in right field and bat seventh. Here's the full lineup for Los Angeles: Hernández 2B, Justin Turner 3B, Corey Seager SS Ruiz C, Howie Kendrick LF, Adrian González 1B, Puig RF, Joc Pederson CF, Kenda Maeda SP.
Oct 20 - 5:08 PM

David Ross will start behind the plate for Game 5 of the NLCS against the Dodgers on Thursday.

It's the standard arrangement with left-hander Jon Lester on the hill. Ross is 1-for-9 with a homer this postseason. The full lineup for Chicago: Dexter Fowler CF, Kris Bryant 3B, Anthony Rizzo 1B, Ben Zobrist LF, Javier Baez 2B, Jason Heyward RF, Addison Russell SS, Ross C, Lester SP. Kenta Maeda will start for Los Angeles.
Oct 20 - 4:41 PM

The Mariners have added Scott Brosius to their staff for 2017 as an assistant coach.

It's a rather vague title. Brosius, who played 11 seasons in the majors between the Athletics and the Yankees, was the hitting coach with Triple-A Tacoma this past season. The Mariners are also returning all of their coaches from 2016.
Oct 20 - 4:06 PM

Logan Schafer has elected free agency.

Schafer was outrighted off the Twins' 40-man roster earlier this week and had the option of testing the open market, so he took it. A career .214/.292/.318 hitter, the 30-year-old outfielder will likely have to settle for a minor league contract and invite to spring training leading into 2017.
Oct 20 - 12:50 PM
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