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While moving on after being traded sometimes takes time, Troy Tulowitzki has begun doing so in emphatic fashion. In a few days, Toronto will be hoping David Price does the same. For now, though, the Blue Jays’ new leadoff hitter will try to brush aside the excitement of Toronto’s latest acquisition and stay hot Thursday night in this opener against a Kansas City Royals team that will unveil one of its big trade chips.

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Just a few days ago, it looked like the Baltimore Orioles would be best served going into sell mode with their impending free agents. While the Detroit Tigers appear to be looking toward next season judging by their general manager’s comments, they’ll try to prevent the Orioles from matching their longest win streak of the year Friday night in the opener of a four-game series at Camden Yards. Friday’s loss at Tampa Bay capped a 5-15 stretch for the Orioles, who were in danger of falling too far behind in the wild-card race.

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The Detroit Tigers eked out a tough win Wednesday , topping the Tampa Bay Rays 2-1 after Rays’ starter Chris Archer carried a perfect game into the seventh inning. The Tigers rallied in the seventh. Justin Verlander pitched his game of the season. It was pretty good from a Tigers perspective. [ Play a Daily Fantasy contest for cash today! ] Still, none of this was enough to prevent the inevitable conclusion for these 2015 Tigers. They’re sellers at the trade deadline. People within baseball have been saying so for a week now, as the team drifted into fourth place in the AL Central. The Detroit front office kept saying it would see how things played out, not willing to admit its fate . But after Wednesday’s win, GM Dave Dombrowski did just that. Here’s some of what Dombrowski had to say, via Anthony Fenech at the Detroit Free Press : Dave Dombrowski said the Tigers are willing to listen to offers on their players. He termed their trade deadline approach a “rebooting.” — anthony fenech (@anthonyfenech) July 29, 2015 “We’re only going to make a trade if it makes sense for us,” Dombrowski said, “But we think it gives us a chance to restock our club.” — anthony fenech (@anthonyfenech) July 29, 2015 Dombrowski said, “It’s not easy for us to do that because we have really been trying to win on a yearly basis.” — anthony fenech (@anthonyfenech) July 29, 2015 Dombrowski said the team isn’t involved in any active negotiations but has fielded numerous phone calls from other teams. — anthony fenech (@anthonyfenech) July 29, 2015 You can bet the phones are ringing right now. The most calls will come for ace David Price and slugger Yoenis Cespedes, two free-agents-to-be that the Tigers hoped could help them to their fifth straight AL Central title. But with Miguel Cabrera still injured, there’s little chance of the Tigers to contend. They’re already the eighth team back for a wild card. Other Tigers that could be dealt: closer Joakim Soria, outfielder Rajai Davis, catcher Alex Avila and pitcher Alfredo Simon, all of whom are free agents after this season. [ Follow our trade deadline tracker for the latest MLB news and rumors. ] Price would fit many teams and come cheaper than Cole Hamels, since he’s a rental. The Los Angeles Dodgers figure to be a strong suitor there. The Toronto Blue Jays and Houston Astros are chasing pitchers, while the New York Yankees and San Francisco Giants could be players too. Cespedes, meanwhile, would be a great fit for a New York Mets team that needs a big boost of offense. The Baltimore Orioles have also reportedly been in the hunt for some outfield help. We’ve got two more days to see what happens, but the Tigers just made things a lot more interesting. You can bet on that. More MLB coverage from Yahoo Sports: – - – - – - – Mike Oz is the editor of Big League Stew on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at mikeozstew@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @MikeOz

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Rookie Curt Casali had three hits and homered twice for the second straight game, leading the Tampa Bay Rays to 10-2 victory over the slumping Detroit Tigers on Tuesday night.

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Desperate for some offense, the Tampa Bay Rays got it from a catcher hitting .214 and batting ninth. Curt Casali homered twice, Nathan Karns took a one-hit shutout into the seventh inning and the Rays beat the Detroit Tigers 5-2 Monday night. ”Anything I can do to help,” said Casali, who added a single to the first multi-homer game of his career.

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — – David Price is in a familiar place, just wearing a different uniform, in the days before the major league trade deadline. The Detroit Tigers’ 29-year-old left-hander is one of the biggest names – perhaps the biggest name – on lists of players most likely to be traded before Friday’s deadline. Price is scheduled to pitch Tuesday night against the Tampa Bay Rays, the team that traded him to the Tigers hours before the July 31 deadline last year.

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Nolan Reimold and the Baltimore Orioles made it a lot easier for Wei-Yin Chen. Reimold and Caleb Joseph combined for four RBIs in the early innings Sunday, leading the Orioles to a 5-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays. Reimold drove in two runs with a first-inning double, the first of his three hits, and Joseph added a two-run home run off Matt Moore in the fourth to to put the Orioles up 5-0.

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Take a look around the league with Big League Stew’s daily wrap up. We’ll hit on all of the biggest moments from the day that you may have missed, while providing highlights, photos and interesting stats. Break up the New York Mets. With newly-acquired veteran Kelly Johnson and top hitting prospect Michael Conforto both in the lineup on Saturday, the Mets offense exploded for a season-high 15 runs on 21 hits in their 15-2 win against the Los Angeles Dodgers. That’s 15 runs and 21 hits. Those aren’t typos, but it’s been awhile since they visited that neighborhood. In fact, the last time the Mets notched 20 hits in one game was on Sept. 16, 2011 in Atlanta. [ Elsewhere : 27 players who could be on the move before MLB trade deadline ] Everybody in New York’s lineup contributed, but it was the 22-year-old Conforto who stood out most. In only his second major league game, Conforto reached base five times on four hits (two doubles, two singles) while also scoring four times. Hitting directly behind Conforto, Kirk Nieuwenhuis also reached base five times on four hits. He had three singles, a double and drove in four. New arrival Kelly Johnson was one of four other Mets with at least two hits. He added a solo home run. All of this came in support of Matt Harvey (two hits, two RBI), who pitched seven innings of two-run ball. Making a spot start for Los Angeles, prospect Zach Lee took the brunt of the beating. He allowed seven runs on 11 hits hits over 4 2/3 innings. If the Dodgers acquire a big name at the trade deadline, Lee could be used as the bait. This start won’t likely hurt his value, but it certainly doesn’t help. Now this sets up an interesting matchup on Sunday, as the Mets breakout will run directly into Zack Greinke’s 43 2/3 inning scoreless streak. Sign us up. MADISON BUMGARNER HOMERS AGAIN, DOMINATES A’S San Francisco Giants left-hander Madison Bumgarner is a man of many talents in the realm of baseball, and all of them were on display Saturday afternoon in a 2-1 win against the Oakland A’s. In the third inning, Bumgarner opened the game’s scoring with a solo home run, his third of the season. Bumgarner has now connected for nine home runs overall during his seven-year career. Seven of those have come over the last two seasons, which include a pair of grand slams. Bumgarner can flat rake, but he’s paid to pitch, and pitch he also did on Saturday. He held the A’s to one run on five hits over seven innings. He walked two and struck out seven while lowering his ERA to 3.16. He also picked up his 11th victory, as Matt Duffy drove in the go-ahead in the sixth inning. Sergio Romo and Santiago Casilla handled the eighth and ninth to cement the win. CHRIS DAVIS GRAND SLAM ENDS O’S LOSING STREAK Chris Davis opened the scoring Saturday with his fifth career grand slam and Miguel Gonzalez made it hold up as the Baltimore Orioles snapped a four-game losing streak with a 5-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays. Davis’s third-ining slam came off Rays starter Erasmo Ramirez after J.J. Hardy, Jonathan Schoop and David Lough each singled. The home run was Davis’ 22nd of the season and his third in the last four games. He’s also coming off a two-week stretch in which he had three home runs taken away by spectacular defensive plays. He’s on pace to pass 30 home runs for the third time in four seasons. [ Elsewhere: Who's your favorite 2015 MLB Hall of Famer? ] As for Gonzalez, he allowed one run and five hits over 7 2/3 innings to win for the third time in his last four starts. The lone run came on Curt Casali’s eighth-inning homer. With the win, Baltimore moved back to within one-half game of Tampa Bay in the standings. They’re seven games behind the division leading Yankees. ROYALS BEATS ASTROS IN EXTRAS The Houston Astros have been a thorn in the Kansas City Royals side this season, having won each of the first four games in the season series. But the Royals finally turned that around on Saturday, winning a well pitched 2-1 battle in 10 innings.  Alcides Escobar played the role of hero, dropping a perfectly placed two-out single between second baseman Jose Altuve and right fielder Colby Rasmus. It wasn’t hit hard at all, but had just enough oomph to land in that perfect spot.  It was actually the type of hit that seemed appropriate to decide such an excellently pitched game. The two sides combined for just 12 hits. Royals starter Danny Duffy allowed one run on three hits in his six innings of work. From there, Kansas City’s dominant bullpen took over with Ryan Madson, Wade Davis, Greg Holland and Kelvin Herrera each pitching one scoreless inning.  [ Play a Daily Fantasy contest for cash today!l ] For Houston, right-hander Scott Feldman took a one-hitter into the seventh inning before the Royals tied it on Kendrys Morales’ ground-rule double to center. The weekend series will conclude on Sunday with Dallas Keuchel meeting Yordano Ventura. This will be Ventura’s first start since being sent down and immediately recalled this week.  Want to see more from Saturday’s slate of games? Check out our scoreboard . More MLB coverage from Yahoo Sports: – - – - – - – Mark Townsend is a writer for Big League Stew on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at bigleaguestew@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Townie813

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