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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Julio Urías will wear number 78 in his MLB debut tonight at Citi Field

Wallace Matthews ESPN Staff Writer 

Masahiro Tanaka will open the Yankees three-game series against the Tampa Bay Rays, facing RHP Chris Archer, who has been struggling this season. Here's the lineup: Ellsbury cf, Gardner lf, Beltran rf, McCann c, Rodriguez DH, Castro 2b, Gregorius ss, Headley 3b, Ackley 1b, Tanaka

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107-year-old Virginia McLaurin was at Nationals Park attending her 1st MLB game and got to show off her dance moves.


Katie Strang 

Tigers make it official and announce that they will recall LHP Matt Boyd from Triple-Toledo to make his first MLB start of the season on Saturday vs. Oakland. Boyd will start in injured pitcher Jordan Zimmermann's place, though no determination has been yet on whether he will require a stint on the disabled list (groin). Boyd is 1-3 with a 2.06 ERA in eight starts with Toledo this season.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers will have Yasmani Grandal behind the plate Monday to catch the debut of 19-year-old starter Julio Urias. With fellow starter Alex Wood pushed back to Monday because of triceps soreness, the Dodgers will have their top prospect make his major league debut against the Mets.

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When he takes the mound tonight for LA, Julio Urias will be just the third teenage MLB pitcher in the past 20 years.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

The beginning of "Juliomanía"? Julio Urías debuta esta noche en Citi Field

19 things to know about teenage pitchers

Highly touted 19-year-old pitching prospect Julio Urias is set to make his major league debut Friday night for the Dodgers, so David Schoenfield took a look at the history of teenagers pitching in the majors. 19 things

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On this date 25 years ago, Chip Hale's hit sent Rodney McCray through a wall ... Literally. (via @dbacks)


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Speed. Stealth. Deceit. Traits that @MLB players and #TMNT have in common.


Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Wilmer Flores will not be active on Friday night for the Mets. He remains on a rehab assignment with the Binghamton Mets and will be in the lineup for a fourth straight game on Friday with the Double-A club. Flores had been eligible to be activated for the series opener against the Dodgers. He was hitless Wednesday and Thursday with the B-Mets. Flores is on the DL with a left hamstring strain. He nonetheless should be activated shortly.

107-year-old shows off moves at MLB game

Virginia McLaurin danced her way to fame at the White House -- and she boogeyed again at her first baseball game with the Nationals.