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MLBPipeline set to unveil new Top Prospects lists

The 2014 season is more than half over, and much has happened since MLBPipeline.com released its Top 100 Prospects list in January. With change being inevitable, it’s time for a new set of rankings. Fans can see just how much difference a few months make when the new Top 100 is unveiled on Sunday night. MLBPipeline.com prospect expert Jim Callis breaks down the top 50 players during an hour-long special at 9 p.m. ET on MLB Network and MLB.com.

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Master of corners, Glavine to cut some today

Speaking to a tens of thousands — the police and the Hall estimate 40,000 people might attend today — is different from pitching in front of 50,000 in October. “It’s not what I do,” 2014 Hall of Fame electee Tom Glavine said. “It’s not what I got paid for.”

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Mets can’t hold onto early lead vs. Brewers

Curtis Granderson finally got going again at the plate, but that wasn’t enough to lift the Mets on Saturday night as the team fell to the Brewers, 5-2, at Miller Park.

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Reynolds out at first as Mets win challenge

Mets manager Terry Collins successfully challenged a call in the eighth inning of New York’s 5-2 loss to the Brewers on Saturday night at Miller Park.

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Rookies deGrom, Nelson to duel in series finale

The Brewers will try to win their second straight series and cushion their National League Central lead when two rookie pitchers square off on Sunday at Miller Park.

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Mets put Matsuzaka on 15-day DL with elbow injury (The Associated Press)

MILWAUKEE (AP) — The New York Mets have placed relief pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to July 25, with right elbow inflammation on Saturday. The team selected pitcher Buddy Carlyle’s contract from Triple-A Las Vegas. Carlyle is available for Saturday night’s game in Milwaukee against the Brewers.

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Brewers’ bullpen preserves 5-2 win (The SportsXchange)

The Milwaukee Brewers’ bullpen has been shaky lately, but it came through Saturday night. The relief corps struck out seven in the final three innings and kept the New York Mets off the board, closing out a 5-2 victory for the Brewers at Miller Park. “They keep doing their job,” Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said. It was nice to get (Jeremy) Jeffress in there.

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