Prince Fielder
Rangers DH Prince Fielder homers in multi-hit game
Prince Fielder, DH, TEX
7/5/2015
News: Rangers designated hitter Prince Fielder went 2 for 5 with a solo home run in Sunday's loss to the Angels.

Over his last four games, Fielder is hitting an impressive .437 with seven hits, a home run and a RBI.

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C.J. Cron
Angels 1B C.J. Cron continues hot streak through weekend
C.J. Cron, DH, LAA
7/5/2015
News: Angels first baseman C.J. Cron enjoyed one of the best weekend series' of his baseball career.

Cron went 4 for 5 with a RBI and two runs on Sunday against the Rangers. The performance was just one day removed from a 3 for 4 outing on Saturday.

Over his last three games, Cron is hitting .571 with eight hits, a home run and eight RBI.

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Evan Gattis
Astros LF Evan Gattis hits 14th home run of the season
Evan Gattis, DH, HOU
7/5/2015
News: Astros left fielder Evan Gattis went 1 for 4 with a home run in Sunday's loss to the Red Sox.

Gattis hit a solo home run -- his 14th of the season -- in the seventh inning, putting his team up temporarily 4-3.

Gattis is hitting .325 with 14 hits, three doubles, a home run and nine RBI over his last 11 games.

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Miguel Sano
Twins' Miguel Sano hits in fourth straight game to start career
Miguel Sano, DH, MIN
7/5/2015
News: Twins designated hitter Miguel Sano went 2 for 3 with a walk in Sunday's loss to Kansas City. 

Sano has not had a hitless game in his four-game MLB career. He hit his second double and drove in his second run in Sunday's game. 

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Alex Rodriguez
Alex Rodriguez hits 16th homer in Yankees defeat
Alex Rodriguez, DH, NYY
7/5/2015
News: Alex Rodriguez provided the only bit of offense for the Yankees in an 8-1 loss to the Rays on Sunday, blasting his 16th home run of the season to put New York on the scoreboard. 

Rodriguez connected off Rays starter Erasmo Ramirez in the sixth inning, a shot to left-center that now gives him 670 career home runs. It was his first longball since June 23. 

Rodriguez now has 47 RBIs on the season. 

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John Jaso
Rays' John Jaso nearing return
John Jaso, DH, TB
7/5/2015
News: Rays designated hitter John Jaso will play in a rehab assignment game at Triple-A on Sunday, reports The Tampa Tribune.

Jaso will DH on Sunday and then play left field Monday. If all goes well, Jaso could return to the team during the series in Kansas City, which starts Monday and concludes Thursday. He has been out since early April due to a wrist contusion.

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David Ortiz
Red Sox start David Ortiz at first base Sunday
David Ortiz, DH, BOS
7/5/2015
News: Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz will receive a rare start at first base during Sunday's game against the Astros, reports NESN.

Ortiz will play first base and bat fourth during Sunday's contest. Over his last 12 games, Ortiz is hitting .200 with four home runs and 10 RBI.

The Red Sox are favored (-110) over the Astros on Sunday.

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Nick Swisher
Indians' Nick Swisher nearing rehab assignment
Nick Swisher, DH, CLE
7/5/2015
News: Indians designated hitter Nick Swisher was able to do some running prior to Saturday's game and the team is targeting a rehab assignment after the All-Star break, reports Cleveland.com.

Swisher is dealing with left knee inflammation, which has kept him out since June 14.

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Jon Singleton
Jon Singleton drives in three runs for Astros
Jon Singleton, DH, HOU
7/4/2015
News: Astros designated hitter Jon Singleton drove in three runs in Friday's win over Boston. 

Singleton went 1 for 6 and scored once. He drove in a run on a grounder early in the game and plated two in the tenth inning on a two-run single. 

Singleton stole his first base of the year. He's hit in three straight games. 

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Dioner Navarro
Blue Jays C Dioner Navarro blasts three-run double on Friday
Dioner Navarro, DH, TOR
7/3/2015
News: Blue Jays catcher Dioner Navarro did his best to keep his team in the game on Friday. Navarro came through with a three-run double in the eighth inning to make the score 8-6, but the Tigers would hang on to win by that score. 

The double was Navarro's only hit of the game. Navarro had been hitless in his last 14 at-bats before the the two-bagger on Friday. 

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