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Yankees optioned C Kyle Higashioka to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.

Jul 19 - 9:09 PM

Yankees activated C Gary Sanchez from the 10-day disabled list.

Jul 19 - 9:08 PM

According to TR Sullivan of MLB.com, Keone Kela and Jake Diekman are both drawing trade interest.

Many contenders will be looking to bolster their bullpens ahead of the July 31 trade deadline and Kela and Diekman both have the goods to be difference-makers down the stretch. Kela has been especially impressive, converting all 23 of his save chances this year while delivering an electric 10.91 K/9. With Texas heading toward a rebuild, there's a good chance the Rangers will be sellers at the deadline.
Jul 19 - 8:57 PM

Ryan Braun (back) worked out on Thursday.

We're not sure what his workout entailed but it's certainly a good sign and could determine whether Braun is ready to come off the disabled list. The 34-year-old has shown his age this year, struggling to a .235 average across 234 at-bats for the Brew Crew.
Jul 19 - 8:40 PM

Shelby Miller's MRI showed no further damage to his injured elbow.

Despite this, Miller be shut down for at least another week. The right-hander has struggled mightily since coming back from Tommy John surgery (0-4, 11.40 ERA) and landed on the DL with renewed elbow inflammation prior to the All-Star break. Fantasy owners shouldn't be counting on him for any significant contributions down the stretch.
Jul 19 - 8:32 PM

Brewers GM David Stearns confirmed the team will not punish Josh Hader for his past racist and homophobic tweets.

This comes a day after MLB announced that Hader would not be suspended but would instead be required to attend sensitivity training. Ultimately the Brewers and Major League Baseball both felt it was hard to punish Hader for something that occurred when he was 17, though the All-Star left-hander still has work to do if he wants to earn back the trust of his fans and teammates. "I think they're ill-informed and ignorant but I don't think they represent who he is as a person right now," Stearns said of Hader's tweets. "I don't know how he's going to work through it. The truth is he has put himself in this situation. And he's going to have to work very hard to get through it."
Jul 19 - 8:04 PM
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