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Olney on Kershaw: 'Are you kidding me?'

With 37 straight scoreless innings, Clayton Kershaw "is back to doing things we have never seen before," said Buster Olney.

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Sox place Porcello on DL with sore triceps; new reliever Cook activated. Tuesday's starter to be announced.

Van man to make Tigers debut

Daniel Norris, the key piece for Detroit in the David Price trade, pitches today (1:35 p.m. ET) vs. the Orioles. The blue chip prospect with a $2 million signing bonus lived out of his VW van this offseason. Free spirit

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Fan can't get in or out of poncho

After this ordeal at Fenway Park, perhaps the gentleman will opt to bring a rain jacket to the park next time.

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Grading all 30 GMs at the deadline

Alex Anthopoulos (Blue Jays) traded for SS Troy Tulowitzki, SP David Price and OF Ben Revere. So, he gets an A+. Dave Stewart (Diamondbacks) did nothing, and thus, his grade was less generous. Grades (Insider)

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Dan Haren, asked about leaving Miami: "Ooh. I better be careful. You're setting me up. It was a rough situation"

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Clayton Kershaw is the first pitcher since Luis Tiant in 1968 and 1972 to throw at least 35 straight scoreless innings in multiple seasons

How to bet Nationals-Mets

Andrew Lange says the undervaluing of Mets SP Noah Syndergaard "puts us in a position to make a play on the home side at anything below minus-130.” Betting guide (Insider)

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Baseball movement not done yet

Yovani Gallardo. Ian Kennedy. And a certain Red Sox infielder. The Baseball Tonight crew discusses the top players who could be dealt before the waiver trade deadline on Aug. 31.

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Soler's sensational grab at the wall

The Brewers threatened to force extra innings, but Jorge Soler had other ideas.

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Late night pays off for Rangers' C

After being claimed by Texas Friday, Bobby Wilson stayed up late watching video on the chance he caught Cole Hamels' first Texas start. Turns out, he did. Said Wilson: "One thing I won't allow myself to be is ill-prepared."

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