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Schoenfield: Deadline's winners and losers

After a week that saw a good deal of movement, we sort out who made the most of the deadline and who didn't do enough.

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Twins get bullpen help, add Jepsen from Rays

The Minnesota Twins got some much-needed help for their beleaguered bullpen on Friday, acquiring right-handed reliever Kevin Jepsen from the Tampa Bay Rays for a pair of minor league pitching pro

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Pirates acquire J.A. Happ from Mariners

After making two moves to upgrade an already solid bullpen, the Pittsburgh Pirates added depth to their rotation on Friday by acquiring J.A. Happ from Seattle for minor league pitcher Adrian Samp

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Wilmer Flores moving on from trade drama

Wilmer Flores spoke to reporters following the New York Mets' loss to the San Diego Padres on Thursday, reflecting on the events of the night before.

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MJ backboard, Mantle card sold at auction

The backboard, hoop, net and stand that was the recipient of Michael Jordan's last shot with the Chicago Bulls sold for $41,825 by Heritage Auctions at the National Sports Collectors Convention.

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Sarris: Closers-in-waiting to target in fantasy

Looking at the factors that determine when a closer will lose his job, Eno Sarris identifies 10 such players in MLB, as well as which of their teammates will ascend to the role.

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De Jesús powers Cincinnati into lead

Entering tonight, Ivan De Jesús had just one home run since June 10, and Jeff Locke hadn't allowed a longball over his past 8 starts. Both of those runs ended when the Reds' SS homered to left-center in the 2nd to give Cincinnati the lead. Follow live

Royals @Royals

#Royals lead 3-2 after Donaldson’s 2-run double in the 3rd. Zobrist will look to get things started in the 4th.

Martinez goes deep as Tigers open it up

Things are casual for Detroit after J.D. Martinez's 28th HR of the season gave the Tigers a 4-0 lead at the end of the 3rd. Wei-Yin Chen has 6 Ks for Baltimore, but he's allowed 7 hits to go with the 4 runs. Follow live

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Phillies put up 4-run 1st inning

Ryan Howard's bases-clearing double to deep right gave the Phils the first three runs, and Freddy Galvis' sac fly added another vs. the visiting Braves as Philadelphia leads 4-0 heading into the second. Follow live

Red Sox tally 3 off Rays in the 1st

Alejandro De Aza put Boston on the scoreboard -- his first RBI since July 12 -- and Blake Swihart smacked a 2-run single as the Red Sox took advantage of 2 errors in the inning to jump on the Rays. Follow live

Yelich sends a screamer to deep center

There's nothing like the acoustics of a deep homer hit right off the sweet spot. It's a sound Christian Yelich knows after his 2-run shot well over the 418-foot marker in center in the bottom of the 1st gave the Marlins a 2-0 lead on the Padres. Follow live

Royals' Morales slides into highlights

The throw home beat him by a country mile. But Kendrys Morales showed off some impressive baserunning skills with a slide straight out of a dance routine, part of a 3-run Royals first inning. Follow live

Doug Glanville's winners and losers

Landing Yoenis Cespedes changed everything for the Mets: "I had them in the loser column ... and now I'm going to put them in the winner because they needed a bat." As for the other N.Y. team? "The Yankees I'm throwing on the loser column just from almost inaction."

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Tigers tally run before first out

Well, that didn't take long. Detroit racked up three straight hits to start its game against the Orioles, and Ian Kinsler scored Rajai Davis before the Tigers grounded into a double play for the first two outs of the night. Follow live

NL East showdown begins

The Nationals start a three-game series in New York tonight, looking to extend their three-game lead over the Mets in the NL East. New York stole the show at the trade deadline by getting OF Yoenis Cespedes.

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Johnny Cueto makes Royals debut

Cueto draws a tough assignment vs. a stacked Blue Jays lineup tonight. Kansas City traded for Cueto on Sunday, while Toronto made a deadline splash by adding SS Troy Tulowitzki and SP David Price. Follow live

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Adam Rubin @AdamRubinESPN

Mets need to win tonight with Matt Harvey on mound. Don't need to be four games back before Yoenis Cespedes arrives.

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Maddon says good chance Dan Haren will make his debut in Pitt, Prob Wed. Haven't announced a starter for this Sun yet.