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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Jacob deGrom reacts to tossing seven scoreless innings against the Rockies and again not getting much run support. He threw two times off a mound between starts to try to get back on track after lasting only 3 2/3 innings against the Marlins on Saturday.

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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Terry Collins said he knew Yoenis Cespedes would be intentionally walked when he sent him up to pinch hit with two in scoring position and none out in the seventh.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Terry Collins said Jeurys Familia came to the staff and wanted to pitch today. Collins suggested it should not have even been a save situation. The Mets should have driven in more runs.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Rain expected at Wrigley Field this afternoon but it should move out by game time as the Cubs and Sox play their 2016 finale.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

It's no surprise Cubs manager Joe Maddon has elected to go with 8 righties in his lineup when his team takes on Chris Sale on Thursday night. Matt Szczur will start in left field while Ben Zobrist is in right. Anthony Rizzo is the lone lefty in the lineup as left handers are hitting just .189 off Sale this year. Righties are hitting .221.

Jim Bowden ESPN Senior Writer 

Giants, Nationals, Cardinals and Indians continue to prioritize bullpen help as top trade targets while Orioles, Marlins, Rangers, Pirates doing the same with starting pitching

Jim Bowden ESPN Senior Writer 

According to one GM the Dodgers are "in" on almost every part of the trade market from top starters Sale and Archer to top relievers Davis and Miller to top bats like Bruce and Cargo and will certainly be an interesting team to watch as the Monday deadline approaches.

John Kruk @JohnKruk_ESPN

One more question, if the Yankees decide to trade Andrew Miller who gets him and what team needs him the most?

Piazza explains move into ownership

Mike Piazza joined Mike & Mike to share why he decided to buy an Italian soccer team.

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How to spice up this trade deadline

All trade deadlines are not created equal, and this year's hasn't seen the torrent of All-Stars changing teams we had in 2015. Could that change?

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Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Milwaukee catcher Jonathan Lucroy is out of the lineup today against Arizona lefty Robbie Ray, but hold the hysteria. It's a day game after a night game and Lucroy is hitting .238 vs. left-handers this season, so it makes sense for Brewers manager Craig Counsell to rest him in favor of Martin Maldonado. There's a good chance Lucroy gets moved by Monday's deadline, but he's sitting today because it was a scheduled day off -- not because a trade is imminent.