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Andrus took this throw for a spin

With all his momentum going toward the outfield, Rangers SS Elvis Andrus made a nice 360-degree throw to first base for the out.

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Mike Leake heading from Reds to Giants

Cincinnati will receive two minor-league pitchers in return. Since 2013, Leake ranks 18th in MLB in ERA among pitchers with at least 500 IP, recording a mark of 3.54 over that span.

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Carrasco goes the distance in win

The Indians and Athletics started with a bang and ended with a whimper. All 4 runs in Cleveland's 3-1 win came in the first inning, as Carlos Carrasco retired the last 24 batters he faced on the way to a 2-hit, 1-run complete game.

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Castro makes throw from on bended knee

Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro had to leave his feet to make this stop. But that wasn't an issue.

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Ruben Tejada gets his Derek Jeter on

The Mets SS made a nice backhanded scoop and followed it with a beautiful jump-throw to second to get the force out on Padres second baseman Jedd Gyorko.

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Dozier takes a dive to get the out

Twins 2B Brian Doizer made a great grab and throw to first base for the out in the top of the second inning against the Mariners.

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Sabathia sent to hospital after loss

Yankees SP C.C. Sabathia suffered from dehydration after New York's 7-6 loss to the Rangers, according to manager Joe Girardi. Girardi told reporters that the dehydration came on after the game and did not affect Sabathia during the contest.