MLB trade rumors and news for September 14th, 2017

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Take a look around baseball with today’s MLB Daily Dish.

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  • Here’s the latest from around the American League Central.
  • Cleveland centerfielder Bradley Zimmer is out 6-8 weeks with a broken hand.
  • The Marlins will play their next ‘home’ series at Miller Park in Milwaukee because of Hurricane Irma.
  • Which managers are on the hot seat after this season?
  • The Rangers have called up Willie Calhoun.
  • The Royals have claimed pitcher Mike Morin off of waivers from Angels.
  • The Mets and Brewers have officially completed the Neil Walker trade.
  • Gio Gonzalez will be heading back to the Nationals in 2018.
  • Shohei Otani will play in majors in 2018.
  • And the “Japanese Babe Ruth” may have hitting more exciting than his pitching.
  • Athletics’ young pitcher Jharel Cotton is raising money for Hurricane Irma relief efforts throughout the Virgin Islands.
  • Word on the street is that Jonathan Lucroy is interested in Rockies reunion. Guess you never know what cha got ‘till it’s gone.
  • Aaron Judge is the second MLB rookie ever to hit 40 home runs. So say what you will about his slump but that’s still pretty darn impressive.
  • Cleveland ties the MLB record with their 21st consecutive win. This is insanity.
  • Praise whoever is up there: the Dodgers finally snap their losing streak with win over Giants.

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