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Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

In need of a fresh arm after the bullpen bailed out David Price last night, the Red Sox are recalling right-hander William Cuevas from Triple-A Pawtucket and optioning infielder Deven Marrero.

Altuve having a season for the ages

Buster Olney breaks down just how Jose Altuve has progressed from great to better than great this season. 'Crazy-good complete hitter'

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Cubs rookie Willson Contreras discusses playing left field for the first time in the big leagues on Saturday against the Marlins.

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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Michael Conforto is expected to be demoted to Triple-A Las Vegas. He has really struggled. Brandon Nimmo is the new left fielder.

Why is Bryce Harper struggling?

Tim Kurkjian is not concerned about Harper's trouble with the curve.

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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Big news day: Brandon Nimmo is getting promoted from Triple-A Las Vegas to the Mets. He is expected in Atlanta on Saturday night.

Today's confirmed MLB lineups

Evan Longoria is batting third in the first game of a doubleheader for Tampa Bay. Saturday's slate starts at 1:05 p.m. ET. All the lineups

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

As expected Anthony Rizzo returns to the Cubs lineup after missing the last two games (back) while rookie Willson Contreras starts his first one in left field. Jason Heyward once again leads off with Albert Almora batting ninth against the Marlins.

Is Reyes the boost the Mets need?

Tim Kurkjian says that Jose Reyes isn't the player he used to be.

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Jose Reyes returning to New York

Shortly after he becomes a free agent at 1 p.m. ET, the Mets are expected to sign the 33-year-old shortstop, according to ESPN and multiple reports. Story

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Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

The Rockies will pay at least 140 times more than the Mets would to have Jose Reyes NOT PLAY

Baez dives into stands for absurd grab

If the Chicago Bears are looking for an extra wide receiver, they might want to contact Javier Baez after the baseball season is over.

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Tim Kurkjian: The Indians are for real

Cleveland's seven-game winning streak has been buoyed by an invigorated offense.

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Mookie Betts knows drama

Down to his team's last out, Betts crushed a 98-mph fastball for a two-run home run to tie the game for the Red Sox in the ninth.

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He gon' cry in the car

Tampa Bay's Desmond Jennings and Taylor Motter both rob Baltimore of home runs, causing Adam Jones to sarcastically sob.

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Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

More on Jackie Bradley Jr. calling Mookie Betts' shot: "I hate to take a lot of credit," Bradley said, "but I called it. In that situation, it was big. It was a big swing from a big-time player. You have 'The Playmaker' at the plate. It was just something that I was feeling." If the ball hadn't gone over the fence, "I would have probably cried," Betts said.