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9/22/2014 | Blue Jays handily beat Mariners in game, edge them in reviews, 2-1

There were three video reviews during Monday's Toronto-Seattle game at Rogers Centre, with the first and third results favoring the Blue Jays, the second one favoring the Mariners.

9/22/2014 | Mariners accosted north of the border

With an opportunity to gain ground in the Wild Card race, the Mariners fell flat in Toronto, as James Paxton allowed eight earned runs inside of three innings in a crushing 14-4 loss to the Blue Jays on Monday night, leaving Seattle two games back of a Wild Card spot with only six left to play.

9/22/2014 | Highly rated prospect Russell takes in Wrigley

It's been a crazy season for Addison Russell, who was at Wrigley Field on Monday to get a look at his future home ballpark. Russell, 20, was one of three players the Cubs acquired on July 4 from the Athletics in a blockbuster deal.

9/22/2014 | Showalter will go with four-man rotation in ALDS

Manager Buck Showalter is expected to reveal his full American League Division Series rotation in the next few days, but he did confirm on Monday night that he will go with four starters.

9/22/2014 | Markakis back in lineup; Pearce eyes Wednesday return

The Orioles' starting lineup looked a little more familiar on Monday night with Nick Markakis back for the first time since Tuesday while Adam Jones, who had two of the previous three games off, played center field.

9/22/2014 | White Sox announce dignitaries for Paul Konerko Day

The 2005 World Series champion White Sox will be well represented at U.S. Cellular Field this Saturday for the festivities encompassing Paul Konerko Day before the 6:10 p.m. CT first pitch with the Royals.

9/22/2014 | After MRI, Elias shut down for the season

Mariners rookie left-hander Roenis Elias has a strained left elbow and will not throw for 4-6 weeks, thereby ending his season.

9/22/2014 | Cleared by MLB medical panel, Avila feels fine in return

Alex Avila received clearance from a Major League Baseball medical panel to return to action early Monday evening, just in time to put him back in the Tigers' lineup for Monday night's game against the White Sox. In the 2-0 loss, Avila went 0-for-4 with three strikeouts, but wouldn't blame his performance on not playing for a week.

9/22/2014 | Teixeira gets cortisone injection in right wrist

Mark Teixeira received a cortisone injection in his troublesome right wrist on Monday, the third one he has required this season, and he is hopeful it will allow him to return to the lineup and finish the year healthy.

9/22/2014 | Players have mixed reactions to Wren's dismissal

As Freddie Freeman prepared for Monday night's game against the Pirates, he admitted that he did not know exactly how to feel about the news that Braves general manager Frank Wren had been relieved of his duties a few hours earlier.

9/22/2014 | CC expects to throw off mound within three weeks

As far as the Yankees are concerned, CC Sabathia made his first official rehab tosses on Monday, making 20 throws at a distance of 60 feet. But that does not count the spirals the injured left-hander has been secretly uncorking over the past few weeks.

9/22/2014 | Returning from DL today, Anibal to pitch in relief

Anibal Sanchez will return from the disabled list Tuesday. He will not be returning to the Tigers' rotation. With the right-hander feeling OK following his 45-pitch simulated game Sunday, the Tigers are going ahead with plans to add him to their bullpen for the stretch run and postseason. He will not make a start this week.

9/22/2014 | Girardi plotting fitting farewell for Jeter in home finale

With Derek Jeter's final Yankee Stadium regular season game scheduled for Thursday against the Orioles, manager Joe Girardi said that he has been giving some thought to how best to acknowledge Jeter's departure, though Girardi is not ready to share those specifics.

9/22/2014 | Five-run frame backs impressive Collmenter

Josh Collmenter continued his strong finish to the season with another impressive start. The D-backs right-hander allowed just one run over 7 1/3 innings as the D-backs beat the Twins, 6-2, on Monday night at Target Field.

9/22/2014 | Bucs attend showcase of Cuban outfielder Tomas

The Pirates were among the teams to attend an all-comers showcase workout on Sunday in the Dominican Republic by outfielder Yasmany Tomas -- perhaps the next "big deal" from Cuba.

9/22/2014 | Cox gives Fredi vote of confidence as manager

When they learned the Braves had dismissed general manager Frank Wren on Monday morning, manager Fredi Gonzalez's parents called him to see if he had been affected by any changes. In other words, they had the same question as many other fans when they learned this news.

9/22/2014 | Search for new general manager next on agenda

When Braves team president John Schuerholz offered his close friend John Hart a chance to serve as a senior advisor last year, he jumped at the opportunity. But Schuerholz is going to have a hard time convincing Hart to assume anything more than the interim role that he gained when Frank Wren was dismissed from his duties as Atlanta's general manager on Monday morning.

9/22/2014 | Kershaw honored as repeat Campanella Award winner

Clayton Kershaw on Monday was named the winner of the ninth annual Roy Campanella Award, which is given to the Dodgers player who best exemplifies the spirit and leadership of the late Hall of Fame catcher.

9/22/2014 | Harper opens up in conversation with

If the Nationals want to go far into the postseason, they need outfielder Bryce Harper to help carry them. Lately, his bat has been much improved. Since Aug. 1, the 21-year-old Harper is 48-for 172 (.279) with a .332 on-base percentage. caught up with Harper recently to talk about the 2014 season.

9/22/2014 | Rodriguez is Major player in Rangers' victory

Derek Holland logged seven strong innings, while Guilder Rodriguez collected his first two MLB hits, including a go-ahead RBI single in the seventh in the Rangers' 4-3 win over the Astros on Monday night.

9/22/2014 | Many theories, few answers for Brewers' slump

On their make-or-break road trip, the Brewers have surrendered only 12 runs -- but they have scored just eight times while losing four of six games to fall to the brink of elimination. Hitting coach Johnny Narron cited the playoff-caliber opponents in St. Louis and Pittsburgh, but Milwaukee's scoring slide has gone on much longer.

9/22/2014 | Mariners move Young out of rotation

After giving up four home runs in his last start, Mariners veteran Chris Young will not be in the rotation for his next scheduled outing on Thursday, manager Lloyd McClendon said Monday.

9/22/2014 | Braves decide they need a new tone

Frank Wren made plenty of shrewd moves during his tenure as the Braves' GM, but the team decided a change needed to be made and dismissed him Monday. Braves president John Schuerholz will now look to make a hire that will set a new tone for the franchise.

9/22/2014 | Grateful Jeter participates in fan Q&A

Fans packed the Hudson Theatre at the Millennium Hotel on Monday to hear Derek Jeter participate in a Q&A session hosted by Brandon Steiner and Steiner Sports.

9/22/2014 | Experience favors Cardinals for World Series return

Having clinched a postseason berth for the fourth straight season, the Cardinals are looking to return to the Fall Classic for the third time during that stretch. Here are five reasons they could go all the way.

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