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Nuggets coach Mike Malone has heard those trade rumors about Wilson Chandler and Emmanuel Mudiay.

Potential suitors know exactly what they would be getting in Granderson, a power-hitting, strikeout machine. He’s hitting just .220/.322/.448 with 13 homers and 37 RBIs this year.

He doesn’t offer much in terms of speed and defense anymore, but remains a smart baserunner and delivers patient at-bats against both righties and lefties. While 10 of his 13 homers have come against righties, he has a higher batting average (.239) against lefties than righties (.214), though neither mark is attractive.

Who could be interested: The market for Granderson has been limited to this point. He’d be better off as a part-time DH on an American League team, but most of the contenders don’t have a need for him. In other words, the Mets will have a hard time dealing Granderson.

Nearly a decade into his NBA career, Love has grown accustomed to being in the middle of possible trades dating back to his time with the Timberwolves. Learning to deal with trade rumors, he says, is simply “part of the growth process.”

Cleveland.com reports Love will be ready to play against the Knicks after missing Cleveland’s past two games with back spasms. His return provides an entertaining backdrop for Saturday night’s game (8:30 p.m. ET, ABC).

Nuggets coach Mike Malone has heard those trade rumors about Wilson Chandler and Emmanuel Mudiay. USA Today reports Chandler is frustrated with his role and wants out, and ESPN reports the Nuggets are “quietly exploring” what they could get for Mudiay.

After Kenley Jansen gave up a game-tying three-run Toronto Maple Leafs Cheap Jerseys homer to Atlanta’s Matt Adams, the Dodgers won it in the 10th inning as Logan Forsythe’s bases-loaded single gave the Dodgers a 5-4 victory.

The Nationals cruised to a 6-2 win over the Diamondbacks and Washington Youth NFL Cheap Jerseys manager Dusty Baker said Strasburg had some trouble getting loose so the team took him out as a precaution.

MLB players pushed back on holiday hat-sales cash grab

The Marlins have allocated all of $700,000 MLB paid the team as a result of Jose Fernandez’s death to a trust for the late Marlins pitcher’s 3-month old daughter and to his mother, The Miami Herald reported, citing unidentified industry sources.

MLB policy calls for $1 million to be paid out to a team when an active player dies, but Fernandez, who died Sept. 25 in a boating accident, was found to have traces of cocaine in his system and a blood-alcohol level twice the legal limit at the time of the wreck, so MLB’s insurance company balked at paying the full amount.

The insurance company and MLB recently negotiated a $700,000 payout, according to The Herald, which was passed through the Marlins to a trust to pay for infant Penelope Fernandez’s education and to help take care of Maritza Fernandez, the pitcher’s mother.

Later Monday, at least four Tigers players ’ second baseman Andrew Romine, third baseman Nicholas Castellanos and pitchers Justin Verlander and Alex Wilson ’ made the subtle choice to display poppies on their Memorial Day-themed uniforms during Monday’s game in Kansas City.

The poppy as a symbol of remembering war dead dates to after World War I, and since then the flower has become the official memorial flower of the Veterans of Foreign Wars organization.

At least what UniWatch.com aptly called an ugly piece of apparel whose very existence is rooted in crass marketing, cheap emotional pandering, and bad civics conjured up a solution: More than one person has suggested instead of selling apparel, MLB teams instead donate to charities every dollar from ticket sales on apparel-worthy holidays.

That would 1) get more MLB money to worthy causes such as Welcome Back Veterans and 2) usher in a New Era of honoring a holiday and not merely hawking hats.

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