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Diaz brothers reunite as Reds pay visit to Mets
Mets closer Edwin Diaz and his brother, Reds rookie reliever Alexis Diaz, exchanged the lineup cards at home plate before Tuesday's game between the teams with several family members on hand.[read more]

Fauci receives honorary Hutch Award at M's game
Dr. Anthony Fauci was presented with an honorary Hutch Award on Tuesday night prior to the Mariners' game against the Yankees.[read more]

Braves' Arcia (hamstring) headed to injured list
Braves second baseman Orlando Arcia heard a pop in his hamstring while coming around first base in Tuesday night's win.[read more]

Phils' Harper (thumb) to stay at DH upon return
Philadelphia Phillies slugger Bryce Harper is likely to continue as the team's designated hitter and might not play the outfield when he returns from a broken left thumb that has sidelined him since late June.[read more]

Red Sox P Sale out rest of '22 after wrist surgery
Boston Red Sox ace Chris Sale will miss the rest of the 2022 season after fracturing his right wrist in a bike accident, the team announced Tuesday.[read more]

Ex-BoSox OF Bradley Jr. joins Jays on 1-year deal
The Toronto Blue Jays signed veteran outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. to a one-year contract before the Tuesday night game at Baltimore.[read more]

Phone flies out of Pirates 2B's pocket during slide
Pittsburgh infielder Rodolfo Castro lost his phone on the field Tuesday night when he slid headfirst into third base to beat a throw and the impact sent his phone flying from his back pocket.[read more]

Ohtani homers, gets win to equal Ruth milestone
Angels two-way star Shohei Ohtani picked up his 10th win Tuesday night in Oakland to go with his 25th home run, joining Babe Ruth (1918) as the only players in major league history to have at least 10 home runs and 10 wins in the same season.[read more]

With deGrom back and Diaz rolling, these Mets are for real -- really!
After a commanding series win over the defending champions, they're firing on all cylinders.[read more]

Mets closer Edwin Diaz's entrance gets the people going
Not your average bullpen entrance. Diaz and the sound of the trumpets have become synonymous with winning for the Mets.[read more]