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MIAMI – Watching Cameron Maybin this week, Jack McKeon saw the kind of performance he envisioned when the speedy center fielder first joined the Florida Marlins.

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Blue Jays fans soon could be talking about an incoming relief pitcher, not the number of relievers general manager Alex Anthopoulos could ship out before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline.

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Jed Hoyer uses iPads and iPhones to watch the Padres.  “We’ve become a lot more mobile.”  He watches all the games.

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The Padres demoted first baseman Anthony Rizzo to Triple-A after he struggled in his big-league debut. Rizzo hit just .143/.282/.265 in 117 plate appearances, bashing just one home run.

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James Darnell’s game-ending single finished the Padres biggest comeback of the season, coming from down eight runs late to beat Tacoma, 15-14 in 11 innings.

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With the Padres going nowhere and so many teams looking for bullpen help, it is no surprise that their bullpen is drawing a lot of interest. We all know about Heath Bell, but as fantasy players we want to figure out who has closer potential in the short- and long-term when and if Bell is gone. Let’s take a look at the contenders:

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HAMELS vs. PADRES: Hamels is looking to bounce back from a rough outing in his first post-All-Star break start, when he allowed seven runs in 4 1/3 innings of an 11-2 loss to the Mets. Hamels has always pitched well against the Padres, who hail from his native city of San Diego. In a 2-0 win on April 22, he pitched eight scoreless innings while striking out eight at Petco Park.

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