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MLB News - 07/24/16
- For Griffey and Piazza, both roads led to Cooperstown
The Mariners made Ken Griffey Jr. the first overall pick in the 1987 Draft. The following year, the Dodgers selected Mike Piazza with the 1,390th pick, in the 62nd round. From those vastly different starting points, the two have arrived at the same place at the same time.
- Sale's Sox future may have new wrinkle
The unthinkable has become feasible. The White Sox, who were already listening to trade offers for Chris Sale, could be more likely to deal him after the relationship between the star and his club appeared to come apart at the seams on Saturday.
- Stanton pelts scoreboard with majestic blast
Giancarlo Stanton tested the stability of the auxiliary scoreboard in the third inning on Saturday night. Not only did the slugger connect on another impressive home run, he clanked his drive high off the Marlins Park scoreboard.
- Trumbo becomes 1st to 30 HRs this season
Orioles slugger Mark Trumbo blasted his 30th home run in the first inning on Saturday night to become the first player in the Majors to accomplish the feat this season. The two-run shot gave the O's a 3-0 lead over the Indians.
- Rookie's 12th-inning hit snaps Giants' skid
Mac Williamson capped an eventful Saturday by drilling a 12th-inning, tiebreaking RBI single that propelled the Giants past the New York Yankees, 2-1, and ended San Francisco's six-game losing streak.
- Two gnome runs? Astros' Gattis explains
It was fitting that Evan Gattis made such an impact on the same day the Astros handed out 10,000 Evan Gattis gnomes to fans. Gattis, who returned to the Astros lineup after missing one game with a left hand contusion, powered the Astros to a 7-2 win over the Angels with a home runs in each of his first two at-bats. It was the Astros' 10th straigth win over the Angels.
- Report: Yankees saying Chapman deal close
The Yankees are informing other clubs that they are nearing a trade of closer Aroldis Chapman but will hang onto fellow left-handed reliever Andrew Miller, Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com reported on Saturday night. The club has not confirmed the report.
- Story rewrites records on 2-homer night
Rockies shortstop Trevor Story didn't wait long to break the National League record for home runs by a rookie shortstop. And he doesn't seem to be slowing down.
- Mariners go on Cruz control vs. Blue Jays
With hitting coach Edgar Martinez away in Cooperstown for Ken Griffey Jr.'s induction, Nelson Cruz joked the Mariners wanted to show the coach how much he was missed.
- Griffey ready to accept place in baseball history
For Ken Griffey Jr., reality sank in as he walked into the National Baseball Hall of Fame for the first time on Friday night for a personal tour.
- Piazza never a sure thing for Hall of Fame
Mike Piazza easily made his mark on the sport of baseball as the greatest hitting catcher it had ever seen.