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2:03 PM ET Associated Press BOSTON — Brandon Hyde was ejected for the first time as Baltimore Orioles manager, tossed in the fifth inning Monday against the Boston Red Sox. Hyde came out to challenge the “slide rule” after a force play scored a run. Once the call was upheld, he came out to argue
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2:30 PM ET Associated Press BOSTON — Andrew Benintendi of the Boston Red Sox has left the game against Baltimore after fouling a ball off his right foot. Benintendi went to the ground in pain after the foul in the third inning Sunday. He had trouble putting weight on his foot when he got up
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10:49 PM ET ESPN News Services Cleveland Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor could begin a minor league rehab assignment as early as Monday. Lindor had a workout Saturday, running the bases for the second day in a row. Cleveland manager Terry Francona said Lindor will join Triple-A Columbus for a game in Louisville, Kentucky, if there
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10:02 PM ET Associated Press ATLANTA — New York Mets announcer Ron Darling says he will have surgery next week to remove a “large mass in my chest” and hopes to return to the broadcast booth in May. The longtime SNY analyst made the announcement Saturday night during the telecast of the Mets-Braves game in
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1:49 PM ET Baltimore‘s Chris Davis ended an MLB-record 0-for-54 skid with his first hit of the season Saturday, dropping in a two-run single in the first inning off Boston Red Sox starter Rick Porcello. Davis’ skid began last season on Sept. 15, 2018. Davis clapped his hands and called for the ball after reaching
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10:38 PM ET ESPN News Services Friday started with bad injury news for the New York Yankees. It ended with the same. An MRI revealed that reliever Dellin Betances has a spur causing inflammation in his right shoulder, general manager Brian Cashman said. The right-hander will receive a cortisone shot Saturday and will be shut
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9:51 PM ET Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is back hitting again in the minor leagues, and Toronto Blue Jays general manager Ross Atkins indicated Friday that it won’t be too long before he’s doing it for the big league club. The touted prospect was slowed in spring training by a strained oblique, but he joined Triple-A
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