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Marlins' Mattingly not returning in 2023

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MIAMI (AP) Don Mattingly will not be back as manager of the Miami Marlins next season, he said Sunday, announcing that he and team officials have decided a new voice is needed to lead the club going forward.

Mattingly's contract expires when the season ends. He said he met with Marlins principal owner Bruce Sherman and general manager Kim Ng to talk about the future, and that "all parties agreed" that it's time for a change.

"I am proud and honored to have served as manager of the Marlins for the past seven years and have enjoyed my experiences and relationships I've developed within the organization," Mattingly said. "I look forward to spending time with my family in Evansville (Indiana), and to any future endeavors."


Rays RHP Glasnow to return Wednesday

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) Tampa Bay Rays right-hander Tyler Glasnow is scheduled to rejoin the rotation Wednesday night at Cleveland after missing nearly 14 months because of Tommy John surgery.

The Rays' opening day starter last year hasn't pitched this season after undergoing the procedure on Aug. 4, 2021.


Judge eyes 61, Yanks seek 7th win in row

The wait continues in New York for Aaron Judge to hit his 61st homer to match Roger Maris' American League record.

Judge gets a fifth chance at the milestone Sunday night when the Yankees (93-58) seek a seventh straight win and go for the four-game home sweep of the Boston Red Sox (72-79).


Guardians looking to clinch AL Central

The Cleveland Guardians can clinch the American League Central title with a sweep of the Texas Rangers on Sunday in Arlington, Texas.

The Guardians (85-67), who have six straight wins, will get to celebrate if they take the final game of a three-game set against the Rangers (65-86).


Brewers, Peralta continue playoff push

If the Milwaukee Brewers hope to muscle their way into the playoffs, they'll need players like Freddy Peralta to stay healthy and Hunter Renfroe to stay hot over the final 10 games.

Peralta is scheduled to start the series finale against the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday as the Brewers seek their first four-game sweep in Cincinnati since 2003.


Wright wins 20th as Braves cut deficit

PHILADELPHIA (AP) As he was going through the postgame handshake line, Kyle Wright received a request from Braves manager Brian Snitker.

"I want him to authenticate my own personal scorecard because I want him to sign it for me," Snitker said. "To think of where he was a year ago to now is so awesome."


Astros rally by O's in 9th for 100th win

BALTIMORE (AP) Yuli Gurriel hit a two-run single to cap a ninth-inning uprising that carried the Houston Astros past the Baltimore Orioles 11-10 Saturday night, giving manager Dusty Baker his milestone 100th win of the season.

Houston trailed 9-7 before mounting a four-run rally against Orioles closer Felix Bautista (4-4). Kyle Tucker tied it with a two-out RBI double and Gurriel followed with a single, the pivotal salvo in this see-saw duel.


A's knock around deGrom, beat Mets

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Jacob deGrom called his rare, late September flop unacceptable.

The Mets ace got hit around and lasted a season-low four innings, and New York lost 10-4 to the Oakland Athletics on Saturday to see its lead cut in the NL East race.


Padres move into 2nd in wild-card race

DENVER (AP) Yu Darvish's fourth pitch of the game was taken deep to right.

No panic that this just might be a long night at hitter friendly Coors Field. He just confidently made the adjustments like he's done all season.

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