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Trade commodities such as Manny Machado and J.A. Happ stimulate All-Star rumor mill

WASHINGTON - A media horde surrounded Manny Machado's locker a few hours before Tuesday night's All-Star Game, waiting for the Orioles shortstop's reaction to rumors he will be traded to the Dodgers.

"I'm not worried about it," Machado said, basically repeating the mantra he has maintained since the start of the Machado sweepstakes at the beginning of spring training.

Meanwhile, on the other side of the American League clubhouse,

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