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Sale's pitch: Slam-dunk All-Star starter for AL

After stifling the Cardinals with his record-tying eighth straight start with 10 or more K's, there's no better pick to start for the AL, writes David Schoenfield.

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Longenhagen: MLB international signing primer

July 2, when the new crop of amateur international signees becomes eligible to sign pro contracts, should be circled on every baseball fan's calendar as the second most important day of the year.

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Report: Angels' Scioscia and GM at odds (5:20)
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Gordon's 3-run inside-the-park home run (0:17)
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Rose addresses the media (1:11)
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Shandler: Dump deals that make sense

For fantasy baseball owners in keeper leagues, the 2015 season title chase might be over, so Ron Chandler explains some "dump" deals that might be beneficial for first- and last-place teams.

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Dodgers have a frustrating evening

The Los Angeles Dodgers endured their most frustrating loss of 2015 on Monday, 10-6 to the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field.

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Candlestick demolition nearly complete

Construction crews continue taking apart the San Francisco ballpark, the former home of the Giants and 49ers, which hosted its final event last year. The site eventually will become home to a mix of houses, hotels and shops.

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Bowden: Identifying MLB's trade sellers

Among the teams who are likely to be sellers before the July 31 trade deadline are the Brewers, who must try to persuade teams that SS Jean Segura can return to his rookie form and that 3B Aramis Ramirez has something left in the tank. 10 likely sellers (Insider)

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Dodgers top D-backs in 10 innings

Howie Kendrick had himself quite a game tonight. The veteran second baseman went 4-for-5 with the tying RBI single in the 7th and the go-ahead solo HR in the 10th in Los Angeles' 6-4 win in Arizona.

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Rockies sneak past A's in Oakland

Charlie Blackmon had an RBI single, Jorge De La Rosa pitched 7 shutout innings, and Nolan Arenado extended his MLB-leading hit streak to a career-high 17 games in the 2-1 win.

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Dodgers jump in front in extras

It took just 2 pitches in the 10th, but the Dodgers are back on top. Howie Kendrick drove a 1-0 pitch from D-backs reliever David Hernandez over the right-field wall to put L.A. up 4-3. Follow live

Jorge De La Rosa sharp in Rockies' win

The lefty struck out 4 over 7 scoreless innings and Colorado scratched out 2 runs in a 2-1 win over the A's. Despite the Rockies' struggles, De La Rosa improved his record to 5-3 on the season. Box score

Long ball propels Angels past Yankees

Albert Pujols and Erick Aybar launched back-to-back homers, and New York was held to just 2 hits in a 2-1 Angels home win.

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Montgomery tosses 1-hit shutout

Mariners rookie left-hander Mike Montgomery took a no-hitter into the 7th, but ultimately settled for his 2nd straight complete-game shutout in the 5-0 win over the Padres.

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Twins run past Reds

Minnesota's bats went wild on "Zoo Night" at Cincinnati's Great American Ballpark. The Twins turned 15 hits into 8 runs, including a solo HR by Torii Hunter, in the 8-5 victory.

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Solo HRs enough for Angels in win

Albert Pujols and Erick Aybar hit consecutive homers off Yankees starter Ivan Nova in the 6th, and rookie Andrew Heaney (7 IP, 2 H, 1 ER, 7 K's) made it stand up in a 2-1 win in L.A. Box score

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David Schoenfield @dschoenfield

Those eight: Cliff Lee (3 in 2011), Montgomery, Scherzer, Porcello (2014), Martin Perez (2014), Hamels (2012), Johan (2012), Holland (2011).