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A prolonged power outage in Boston?

It will take a minor miracle for Red Sox left fielder Hanley Ramirez not to miss extended time after reinjuring his left shoulder on Monday.

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Bowden: Four potential deals for Scott Kazmir

Jim Bowden outlines four potential trades for A's starter Scott Kazmir, including deals involving the Cardinals, Dodgers, Red Sox and Giants. - MLB

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How the AL East will shake out

Buster Olney takes a closer look at the unpredictable AL East. He also writes why Craig Counsell is a strong choice as new manager of the Brewers.

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Cardinals win seventh straight (2:14)

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8hDavid Schoenfield

Monday's power rankings

San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner tops tonight's list.

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Rangers end Astros' 10-game winning streak (1:02)

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Are Mets falling back to earth after hot streak? (2:13)
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20hRob Arthur

Yadier Molina forgot how to frame a pitch

FiveThirtyEight finds that Yadier Molina's pitch framing has declined dramatically over the past two years - something that could affect the Cardinals overall more than might be expected.

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19hTommy Rancel

Updated top 10 fantasy prospects for 2015

Noah Syndergaard jumps to the top of Tommy Rancel's updated top 10 fantasy prospects for 2015, which also includes a couple of Blue Jays rookies who were demoted last week.

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OTD: Pete Rose collects 3,000th hit

On May 5, 1978, the 37-year-old Rose went 2-for-4 against the Expos, accumulating his 3,000th hit in his 16th season. He'd go on to hit an MLB-record 4,256.

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BBTN's Web Gem from Monday

It's Elvis Andrus' turn to try to beat out Alex Gordon's six-time reigning Web Gem -- but does the Rangers shortstop's dive and shovel toss to second to turn a double play live up to Gordon's head-first dive into the stands?

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Wrigley bleachers to reopen in phases

The team announced the left- and center-field bleachers are on track to open May 11 after the first phase of the $375M Wrigley renovation was delayed in the offseason. The right-field bleachers will open as planned June 11.

Bulls stifling LeBron James

James was held under 20 points for the first time in 11 postseason games Monday, shooting just 39 percent while turning the ball over 5 times when guarded by Jimmy Butler.

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Kershaw struggling this season

The 2015 season hasn't been as kind to Clayton Kershaw as last year's. The Dodgers won 20 of his final 21 regular-season starts a year ago, and he posted just a 1.38 ERA in that stretch. But from the start of the postseason, Los Angeles is just 2-6 in his starts and his ERA is nearly 5.

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Ramirez day-to-day with hurt shoulder

It would be a big loss for the Red Sox if Hanley Ramirez misses significant time, as his 10 home runs are twice as many as any other Red Sox player and are 2nd in baseball to only Nelson Cruz.

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ELIAS: Kris Bryant (23 years, 120 days) is the youngest player to walk four times in a game since Andrew McCutchen did so on Sept. 1, 2009.

Rockies closer likely to have TJ surgery

Adam Ottavino revealed Monday he'll probably have the season-ending surgery to repair the partial UCL tear in his right elbow. Said Ottavino: "Baseball is my love, so I will do everything I can to come back. I've accepted that. I'll take it head on."

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The Brewers have made clear to other teams assessing possible trade options: They are not willing to deal catcher Jonathan Lucroy.