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Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox manager John Farrell on his job security (or lack thereof): "My communication with Dave (Dombrowski) is very consistent. I think he's confident in my focus, and that is to win each and every day. That's where we stand."

Goins' warm-up pitch just a bit outside

Called upon to pitch in the top of the 18th inning against the Indians, Blue Jays second baseman Ryan Goins hit the backstop with one of his warm-up tosses.

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Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals manager Mike Matheny, who was ejected Thursday night for arguing after the Royals took a long time to ask for a replay review, said he discussed the issue with MLB official Joe Torre Friday and Torre said the league is looking into "cleaning up," the issue. What made it so frustrating for Matheny is that his team had vacated the field and begun to prepare to hit. The Royals had run off the field without arguing initially because, Matheny thought, they were embarrassed that Salvador Perez had stopped running on what looked like a sure double play. Matt Carpenter dropped the ball, but still nearly turned two.

Jake Arrieta in the Body Issue

"My flexibility is probably my No. 1 asset. Three years ago, the splits was something I told myself I was going to be able to do by the end of that offseason; it took me two years to actually do it." Able to be himself

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Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

From Jay Paris on-site in San Diego for ESPN.com: Yankees outfielder Carlos Beltran will be idle this weekend in San Diego. "He's improving," manager Joe Girardi said. "He's just not where he needs to be.'' Beltran's sore right hamstring had him out Friday against the San Diego Padres. He could be down the next two games, too. "I wouldn't be surprised if he doesn't play,'' Girardi said. Beltran walked as a pinch-hitter in Thursday's win over the Rangers. He didn't play Wednesday, one day after getting hurt. "As I've said the last few days this was what worried me that he would have to play the field,'' Girardi said. "If he was DHing, it might be a little bit quicker. But we have to make sure he is OK.''

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Reds' rally ends with Suarez getting thrown out at third for the final out, left-handed hitter at the plate. Not good.

Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

In Toronto, Darwin Barney joins this distinguished group of recent position-player losing pitchers: Leury Garcia, Casper Wells, Darnell McDonald, Joe Mather. Good group!

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

What a win for the Indians, beating the Blue Jays in 19 innings to set a franchise record with their 14th win in a row. Trevor Bauer, tomorrow's scheduled starter, got the win with five scoreless innings in relief as the Indians' pitching continues to dominate. Team of destiny? 1948 was a long time ago.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Indians win 2-1, in 19 innings; that's 14 straight. Great work by Trevor Bauer and the Indians' other pitchers.

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UPDATE: Carlos Santana leads off the top of the 19th with a solo home run. Indians lead Blue Jays, 2-1.

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18 innings and 18 pitchers later, the Indians and Blue Jays are tied, 1-1. Darwin Barney is pitching for TOR in the 19th.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Let's play three! Mike Napoli makes a nice play with a runner in scoring position to end the 18th. Blue Jays infielder Ryan Goins is out after one inning with Darwin Barney coming in. Hard to believe the Jays didn't use a starter, like the Indians have done with Trevor Bauer.