Uggla done in Atlanta? 

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It looks like the Atlanta Braves have finally had enough of Dan Uggla's lackluster performance this season. On Saturday night, the team recalled infielder Phil Gosselin from Triple-A and, as David O'Brien of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution writes, "when a corresponding roster move is announced Sunday it’s possible veteran second baseman Dan Uggla could be designated for assignment or traded."

Price saying goodbye on Sunday? 

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Could Sunday's start at home for the Tampa Bay Rays end up being the last time David Price pitches for the team? With the All-Star break on the horizon, and the Rays still firmly in the cellar, expect a huge ovation from the hometown fans when Price ultimately leaves the game, just in case they don't get another chance to say goodbye.

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High price tag for Soria? 

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The Texas Rangers are in free fall with 20 losses in their last 23 games, so general manager Jon Daniels appears willing to deal from his veteran crop of relievers.

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Injuries have been a constant companion this season for Dodgers shortstop Hanley Ramirez, who left Thursday’s game against the Padres with a sore right shoulder that will likely keep him out of the starting lineup until after the All-Star break.

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With less than three weeks to go before the July 31 trade deadline, the Pittsburgh Pirates would like to bolster the bullpen, reports Rob Biertempfel of the Tribune-Review.

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Marlon Byrd's no-trade teams 

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Don’t be fooled by the current five-game winning streak. It is time for the Philadelphia Phillies to begin the turnover of the current roster, wrote ESPN The Magazine’s Buster Olney in Friday’s column.

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NBA: Friday's free agency review 

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The 2014 free agent signing period had been essentially at a stand-still, but that changed on Friday morning when LeBron James announced he his returning home to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Once the news broke many teams around the league were able to sign free agents, while a few trades were made. Here is all the movement that took place on Friday:


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David Price has been scratched from his scheduled start Saturday against the Blue Jays, but the Rays insist the ace lefthander is simply ill and is not being held out because of an impending trade. Jake Odorizzi, who was scheduled to start Sunday, will start Saturday instead, and the Rays are hopeful that Price will be healthy enough to pitch Sunday.

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Linsanity is coming to Los Angeles, according to Jeff Goodman of ESPN. Goodman reported on Twitter that Houston will send Jeremy Lin along with a first round pick to the Lakers in order to clear the cap space needed to sign Chris Bosh and match the offer sheet Chandler Parsons signed with Dallas.

Lin could have the chance to put up big numbers in L.A.

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The dominoes are expected to fall, and fall fast, now that LeBron James has made his decision to return to Cleveland.

One of those dominoes is Luol Deng, who along with Trevor Ariza and Carmelo Anthony, are the top free agent small forwards remaining on the market. On Friday, one report indicated that Phoenix could now be a major player for Deng.

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Once the NFL and NFLPA agreed to have a system where rookie contracts are based on where each player is drafted, most of the first-year contract squabbles vanished. That doesn't mean that everything goes smoothly, though. The typical stumbling block is off-set language in the contracts of first-round picks.

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With LeBron James now in Cleveland, and Chris Bosh expected to sign with Houston, multiple reports indicate that the Rockets plan to match Dallas' offer sheet to Chandler Parsons.

That's great for the Cavs and Rockets. But what about the Mavs? Who do they turn to if they miss out on Parsons?

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As the basketball world's collective head continues to spin following the news of LeBron James' return to Cleveland, it's difficult to avoid looking ahead.

If the Cavs keep the current roster in place, they'll have four players who were No. 1 overall picks (LeBron, Kyrie Irving, Andrew Wiggins, Anthony Bennett) and two others who were top five picks (Tristan Thompson and Dion Waiters). And that doesn't even include Anderson Varejao.

But all the talk is Kevin Love, and what Cleveland has to do to get him. Is including Wiggins and his attractive rookie contract a must as far as Minnesota is concerned? Here's the latest.

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The Austin Rivers experiment in New Orleans could soon be coming to an end.

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Since London Fletcher called it a career after 16 seasons, the Washington Redskins are looking for someone to start next to Perry Riley at inside linebacker.

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