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Jim Bowden ESPN Senior Writer 

Marlins newest starting pitchers Andrew Cashner and Colin Rea will benefit from a much improved defensive infield as pointed out by @bbtn Alex Cora. Marlins have +14 infield defensive runs saved while the Padres are -18. However, the Marlins grossly over paid in the trade by including last year's first round pick 19-year old Josh Naylor who profiles out to a middle of the order impact bat. Another indication on how strong the sellers market really is. The trade being in place was first reported by ESPN's Buster Olney.

Bautista's bat flip an ‘NHL 17’ celebration

Thanks to the creators of the upcoming “NHL 17” game, Jose Bautista's iconic bat flip will live on in hockey goal celebration form. Iconic toss

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Angels honor Big Papi

There was some sincere flattery during David Ortiz's last series in Anaheim.

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Bowden: Four trades I'd like to see

The Mets, Rangers, Astros and Indians are all linked to Jonathan Lucroy but Jim Bowden says the best fit would be the team looking to replace an injured catcher. Dream deals (Insider)

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Cole is red hot

David Schoenfield thinks Cole Hamels may have nudged ahead in a wide-open AL Cy Young race after striking out 12 Royals. Five things we learned Thursday

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Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Sources: The Marlins, who have been looking for rotation depth, have an agreement in place to acquire Padres right-hander Andrew Cashner.

Fan gets souvenir, smooch from d'Arnaud

Chase d'Arnaud couldn't reach a foul ball but got up close and personal with a fan in the first row.

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Aybar makes impressive spinning catch

Erick Aybar went a long distance for this dizzying grab.

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Ichiro's road to 3,000 hits

With Ichiro Suzuki sitting two hits away from the milestone, here's a look at some of his most memorable hits.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Cubs starter John Lackey discuss their new revamped bullpen and the possibility of starters coming out of games earlier. He beat the Sox 3-1 with Aroldis Chapman getting the victory.

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Fan finds her groove after a hat catch

A woman at the Phillies-Diamondbacks game celebrates after making a grab over the railing.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Cubs closer Aroldis Chapman through translator Miguel Montero discuss his first save as a Cub. It was his first of more than three outs this season.

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