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Why Brewers might have to settle for less in a Jonathan Lucroy trade

Jonathan Lucroy is an All-Star on a team-friendly contract. So why are the Brewers having trouble finding a trade fit for him? Buster Olney explains.

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Vote now: How does your MLB team stack up?

ESPN The Magazine's Ultimate Standings grades organizations on everything from ticket prices and stadium experience to the talent on the field, court or rink. How does your favorite MLB team stack up? Vote now!

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By the numbers: Padres' home run streak ends

The Padres' streak of consecutive games with home run ended at 25. ESPN Stats & Information provides the numbers you need to know.

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MLB Trade Deadline 2016

As the Aug. 1 MLB trade deadline approaches, stay up to date on all the latest moves, rumors and expert analysis.

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2dBuster Olney

How Chapman trade altered reliever market

The Cubs made the first big relief pitching splash has reset the reliever trade market, so what's next for other buyers looking to add bullpen talent?

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Fantasy rankings for Saturday

Jameson Taillon takes the hill in Miller Park to challenge the Brewers and their bloated 26 percent whiff rate against righties. Daily notes

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Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

Reds, Dodgers still talking about Jay Bruce. But a source says that 3-way deal isn't going to happen. It was fun while it lasted!

Move, Baez -- get out the way!

The umpire had no problem shoving Javier Baez out of the way to make a call.

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How the Astros recovered

Scott Spratt writes that an unlucky April couldn't keep this team down. Best team in the AL (Insider)

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OTD: Gehrig steals home, hits two homers

On this date in 1927, Lou Gehrig stole home in the third inning and later hit two home runs in the Yankees' 7-3 win over the Indians. The two homers gave Gehrig 35 on the season, putting him one ahead of Babe Ruth. '27 Yankees on Twitter

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Nationals pull off historic triple play

The Nats turned the first 3-3-5 triple play in MLB history.

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Bucci Mane @Buccigross

With their loss to the Nationals on Friday night, the Giants fell to 2-11 since the All-Star Break