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Hagadone leaves rehab assignment with elbow discomfort

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Yesterday's Baseball

New York Yankees prospect Kyle Roller sparks International League rally, Triple-A All-Star Game win | MiLB.com News - The International League rallied for three runs Wednesday night for a come-from-behind 4-3 win over the Pacific Coast League at Werner Park.

Philadelphia Phillies prospect Brian Pointer hits decisive homer in Eastern League All-Star shootout | MiLB.com News - As the All-Star Game completed nine innings with the score tied at 4-4, the public address announcer let it be known there would be no extra innings, that the game would be decided with a Home Run Derby shootout.

Indians Related

Nick Hagadone exits rehab outing with injury | MLB.com - Indians left-hander Nick Hagadone exited a Minor League rehab appearance earlier than expected on Wednesday night due to discomfort in his throwing elbow.

Indians TV ratings down 30 percent over the past year - Waiting For Next Year - TV ratings for the Cleveland Indians are down 30 percent from the 2014 All-Star break.

Midseason Prospect Update: Indians - BaseballAmerica.com - The Indians’ top pick a year ago, Bradley Zimmer has made a quick transition to professional ball and the top of Cleveland's prospect list (subscription required).

Indians look to make up ground in second half | MLB.com - The Indians do not believe in jinxes. What Cleveland would not argue is that it needs to play better in the second half to realize the kind of potential that prognosticators saw in the ballclub before this season began.

Looking ahead to the second half: The Indians are a good bet to improve | HardballTalk - Few teams have underachieved like the Indians did in the first half. But there are a couple of reasons to think things will look brighter after the All-Star break.

Former Cleveland Indians Travis Hafner, Brian Anderson head 2015 Greater Cleveland Sports Hall of Fame inductees (photos) | cleveland.com - Seven athletes with local ties, including former Indians Travis Hafner and Brian Anderson, will be inducted into the Greater Cleveland Sports Hall of Fame in September.

Cleveland Indians have Terry Talkin' to himself about how the season can change -- Terry Pluto (photos) | cleveland.com - The Cleveland Indians entered the second half of the season in wild card contention but needing so many things to change.

Inside the Cleveland Indians' approach to the upcoming non-waiver trade deadline | cleveland.com - Let the trade deadline speculation commence.

Around the Horn

Teardown Artist "Grantland - How general manager A.J. Preller destroyed the San Diego Padres in a matter of months

Invisible man | NBC SportsWorld | Joe Posnanski - Sometimes, myths become reality, like in the case of Luke Easter, the legendary Negro Leagues slugger who crossed the color barrier.