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6/12/2013 | Mets snap skid with timely hitting, quality pitching
Lucas Duda, David Wright and Marlon Byrd homered, and Dillon Gee pitched 6 2/3 strong innings in a 5-1 win over the Cardinals on Wednesday night at Citi Field.

6/12/2013 | Wheeler's pending arrival to set roster wheels in motion
With Zack Wheeler's promotion less than a week away, Terry Collins is nailing down a plan on how to manage the rotation with another starter on the roster. Wheeler will pitch one game of the doubleheader in Atlanta on June 18, and after that, the Mets will need to figure out who will lose his spot.

6/12/2013 | Matheny has harsh words after incident in LA
On Wednesday, one day after three players, two coaches and a manager were ejected following a benches-clearing brawl between the D-backs and the Dodgers, Mike Matheny expressed his disgust with pitchers throwing high and inside -- too close to the head -- with intent.

6/12/2013 | Volquez goes seven strong as Padres sweep Braves
Chris Denorfia hit a two-run home run and Logan Forsythe drove in two runs Wednesday afternoon, backing Edinson Volquez's strong seven-inning start as the Padres defeated the Braves, 5-3, before a crowd of 22,316 at Petco Park.

6/12/2013 | Yankees agree to terms with top pick Jagielo
The Yankees have signed first-round Draft choice Eric Jagielo, a left-handed-hitting third baseman from Notre Dame. The 26th overall selection in last week's First-Year Player Draft, Jagielo will receive slot value with a signing bonus of a little more than $1,839,400.

6/12/2013 | One more for Leake, Reds' streak at Wrigley
A seventh-inning Todd Frazier home run was the difference for Mike Leake and the Reds, who extended their record winning streak at Wrigley Field to 12 games with a 2-1 victory over the Cubs on Wednesday afternoon.

6/12/2013 | Dodgers agree to terms with top two Draft picks
The Dodgers have quickly agreed to terms with their top two picks from last week's First-year Player Draft, first-rounder Chris Anderson and second-rounder Tom Windle, according to baseball sources.

6/12/2013 | Blue Jays-White Sox game postponed
With a sizable summer storm bearing down on the Midwest, Wednesday's rubber game between the Blue Jays and White Sox on the south side of Chicago was postponed nearly six hours before first pitch.

6/12/2013 | Six-run seventh helps Angels snap skid
Erick Aybar's bases-clearing triple highlighted a six-run seventh as the Angels came back to beat the Orioles, 9-5, on Wednesday at Oriole Park.

6/12/2013 | White Sox agree to deal with their top pick in Draft
The White Sox have agreed to terms with Tim Anderson, their top pick from the 2013 First-Year Player Draft.

6/12/2013 | Extras, Extras: Royals walk off against Tigers
Eric Hosmer's walk-off single in the 10th gave the Royals a 3-2 win over the Tigers on Wednesday in the rubber game after Lorenzo Cain forced extra innings with a two-out, two-run homer in the ninth at Kauffman Stadium.

6/12/2013 | Ohlendorf gives Nats boost in spot-start win
Ross Ohlendorf, making a spot start for his debut with Washington, allowed only one run on two hits in six innings to help give the Nationals a 5-1 win over the Rockies at Coors Field on Wednesday night.

6/12/2013 | Pleskoff: Cole dominates debut with fastballs
The Pirates' 2011 No. 1 overall selection in the First-Year Player Draft, Gerrit Cole, made his debut for the parent club on Tuesday. He faced the World Series champion San Francisco Giants and held them in check for 6 1/3 very efficient and economical innings.

6/12/2013 | Cards reach agreements with top three picks
The Cardinals have reached agreements with each of their top three Draft picks -- left-handers Marco Gonzales and Rob Kaminsky and shortstop Oscar Mercado -- MLB.com has learned.

6/12/2013 | Orioles win with team-first mentality
In his finest work as a manager, Buck Showalter has helped turn the Orioles into one of the most unselfish teams in the big leagues.

6/12/2013 | Blanton won't make next scheduled start
Joe Blanton won't start in his next scheduled turn through the rotation this weekend, but on Wednesday Angels manager Mike Scioscia stopped short of saying Blanton would be skipped when announcing his rotation order for the upcoming Yankees series.

6/12/2013 | Giants should be in the market for a starter
It has been a strange year for the defending World Series champions, with the offense carrying a struggling starting rotation. However, injuries to key hitters will force the Giants to get more from their starters.

6/12/2013 | Baseball hit by increasingly wild weather
For a sport that has experienced delays and postponements ranging from bees and midges to hurricanes and earthquakes, this baseball season has been subjected to an impressive run of interruptions from Mother Nature: A total of 30 weather-related postponements so far, or nine more than all of last year.

6/12/2013 | Walk-off situations envisioned as drama builds
Everybody wants to be the hero. Whether natural instinct or shrewd scheming, players tend to plot out what sequence will allow for them to contribute with the game on the line. When a walk-off win is within reach, the wheels start spinning.

6/12/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: June 12
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.

6/12/2013 | MLB Notebook: Harang hangs zeros up on board
Mariners starter Aaron Harang, 35, tossed a two-hit shutout vs. the Astros on Tuesday, becoming the fifth-oldest pitcher since 1916 to have a shutout with no more than two hits allowed, at least 10 K's, and no walks.

6/12/2013 | It's Corbin-Ryu as Arizona, L.A. look to settle score
After a wild Tuesday night in Los Angeles, the D-backs and Dodgers play their rubber match on Wednesday night, with undefeated Patrick Corbin of Arizona taking on Korean sensation Hyun-Jin Ryu.

6/12/2013 | Federowicz lands late haymaker in brawl-filled game
In a game marred by hit-by-pitches, ejections and benches-clearing incidents, Tim Federowicz sent the Dodgers home happy with a three-run double in the eighth inning for a stirring win over the D-backs on Tuesday night.

6/12/2013 | After warning, Kontos ejected for hitting McCutchen
Giants right-hander George Kontos, ejected from Tuesday night's 8-2 loss to the Pirates after hitting Andrew McCutchen with an eighth-inning pitch, insisted that he was simply trying to work inside.

6/12/2013 | Benches clear twice, six ejected in LA
Tuesday night's game between the Dodgers and D-backs deteriorated into a beanbrawl in the sixth and seventh innings, as Ian Kennedy hit Yasiel Puig in the nose with a fastball, Zack Greinke retaliated by hitting Miguel Montero in the back with a pitch and Kennedy further retaliated by hitting Greinke in the shoulder with a pitch.


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