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Daily Link Dump 5/21/14

Links before the second of three games against the Rays.

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Dodgers prospect Alex Guerrero could miss up to five weeks after a fight with Miguel Olivo in which Olivo bit off part of Guerrero's ear.

Kurt Suzuki hit an inside-the-park home run, although the ball definitely cleared the fence.

Stephen Drew will stay with the Red Sox after all.

John Paschal suggests ways to speed up the game of baseball. The Rays could take a few of these tips.

Frank Jackson of Hardball Times looks at the rarity of no-hitters in which the pitcher doesn't throw a strikeout.

Drew Butera smashed a kid with a dodgeball during a Dodgers Fan Cave event.

HIGHLY PROFANE: A Southern California high school baseball coach absolutely lost his marbles after his team lost. He mainly focuses on the team's lack of heart, but over the 15 minutes, he talks about basically everything in the book.

From Bakersfield, a cat threw out the ceremonial first pitch. It didn't go very well.

Indians pitcher Corey Kluber got quite the treatment during a TV interview during yesterday's game against the Tigers. He was splashed with water and covered in sunflower seeds and baby powder.

During Monday's Reds-Nationals game, an ugly mishap occurred during the mascot race.

Ray Fosse will represent the Green and Gold at the MLB Draft next month.

Tonight's minor league action includes Matt Buschmann on the hill for the River Cats and Tim Atherton for the Ports.

On this day a year ago, the A's beat Yu Darvish and the Rangers 1-0 thanks to a great start from Dan Straily and a solo homer from Yoenis Cespedes.

Tonight's starting lineup does not include Coco Crisp or Jed Lowrie. Yoenis Cespedes is the DH, and Kyle Blanks will get his first start, batting second and playing first base.