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Chris Sale trashes Triple-A clubhouse after rough rehab start

Chris Sale appears to have a new enemy: Polar Park. Sale — rehabbing with Triple-A Worcester following a rib fracture sustained in spring training — struggled in his start Wednesday night, and proceeded to take out his frustration on the ballpark, trashing the dugout. Sale was seen violently ripping items off the wall, with a …

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Los Angeles Angels star Shohei Ohtani extends streak of starts without earned run to four

MIAMI — Shohei Ohtani continued his recent run of dominance on the mound, allowing one unearned run while striking out 10 in the Los Angeles Angels’ 5-2 victory over the Miami Marlins on Wednesday night. Ohtani has not allowed an earned run over his last 28 2/3 innings pitched, the third longest streak by an …

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Tigers, Eduardo Rodriguez haven’t talked since he left team

The Detroit Tigers have yet to hear from Eduardo Rodriguez since placing the left-hander on the restricted list 23 days ago. “We’ve reached out, but obviously he hasn’t reached out back, so we’re just kind of waiting it out,” Tigers general manager Al Avila told reporters Wednesday. “It is unusual, but we have no choice …

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Detroit Tigers haven’t heard from Eduardo Rodriguez since placing LHP on restricted list 3 weeks ago

The Detroit Tigers have had no communication with Eduardo Rodriguez since placing the star pitcher on the restricted list three weeks ago, according to general manager Al Avila, who said the team has “no choice but to wait it out right now.” Avila addressed Rodriguez’s status Wednesday, 23 days after the left-hander was placed on …

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Max Scherzer holds Reds scoreless in return from injury

CINCINNATI — About three hours before game time on Tuesday, Max Scherzer was already in an agitated state, stalking around the visiting clubhouse at Great American Ball Park seeking out the coaches and teammates he would need to complete his pregame planning. Manager Buck Showalter noted that “he’s certainly prepared, that’s for sure,” which was …

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