6/11/2013 | Sandoval lands on 15-day DL with strained left foot
Giants manager Bruce Bochy expressed optimism Tuesday that Pablo Sandoval's injured left foot will heal by the time the third baseman's minimum stint on the disabled list ends, or shortly afterward. Sandoval officially went on the 15-day DL with a strained peroneal tendon in his foot.
6/11/2013 | Coghlan sidelined indefinitely with back strain
The results of Chris Coghlan's MRI on Monday showed that the outfielder is suffering from what the Marlins believe to be a lower back strain, sidelining him indefinitely.
6/11/2013 | Pitching targeted as Halos restock the farm
The Angels' farm system was not highly regarded entering the 2013 First-Year Player Draft, but director of scouting Ric Wilson views the rebuilding process as a test.
6/11/2013 | Wright, Cano named Home Run Derby captains
Mets third baseman David Wright on Tuesday was named the National League captain for the 2013 Home Run Derby, and the American League will also be led by a New York slugger as Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano will captain the AL team for the second straight year.
6/11/2013 | Draftees help Tar Heels into College World Series
North Carolina punched its ticket to Omaha on Tuesday, claiming the last available spot for the College World Series.
6/11/2013 | Ellis plays in first rehab game, but Kemp not ready
Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts as the designated hitter on Tuesday in his first Minor League rehab game and, while Chris Capuano is nearly ready for a rehab game, Matt Kemp isn't.
6/11/2013 | Mets shift Murphy to first base, Valdespin to second
How often Daniel Murphy plays at first base will depend entirely upon how long regular first baseman Ike Davis stays in the Minors, attempting to work out the kinks in his swing. In the interim, manager Terry Collins revealed that Murphy will slide from second to first base, while Jordany Valdespin will take over everyday duties at second.
6/11/2013 | Wacha earns first win as Cards pounce on errors
The customary teammate beer shower awaited Michael Wacha as the Cardinals filed into the visitor's clubhouse following a 9-2 victory over the Mets at Citi Field on Tuesday night.
6/11/2013 | Lack of experience no factor for Cards' Miller
Shelby Miller, who had just one career Major League start to his name before earning the fifth and final starting spot in the Cards' rotation out of Spring Training, has quickly developed into one of St. Louis' most reliable starters.
6/11/2013 | Bucs promote top prospect Cole, put Wandy on DL
With Gerrit Cole set to make his Major League debut for the Pirates on Tuesday night, Pittsburgh selected his contract from Triple-A Indianapolis and cleared a spot on the active roster by placing Wandy Rodriguez on the 15-day disabled list.
6/11/2013 | Cuba says it will rejoin Caribbean Series
Caribbean Confederation dommissioner Juan Francisco Puello Herrera and Higinio Velez, the president of the Cuban Federation of Baseball, announced Monday that the island will participate in the annual tournament after a 53-year absence next February in Venezuela.
6/11/2013 | Zunino gets call quicker than Seattle expected
Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik acknowledged the time frame has been accelerated by circumstances, but the club is eager to see what 2012 first-round Draft choice Mike Zunino can contribute after calling the 22-year-old catcher up from Triple-A Tacoma on Tuesday.
6/11/2013 | Loss to Pirates compounded by Scutaro's injury
From the Giants' perspective, the true outcome of their 8-2 loss Tuesday night to the Pirates won't be known until Wednesday, when more is learned about the status of Marco Scutaro's injured left pinkie.
6/11/2013 | Stewart suspended after Twitter statements
Ian Stewart has been suspended without pay from Triple-A Iowa by the Cubs after his rant on Twitter about his status in the organization.
6/11/2013 | Top prospect Cole lives up to billing in stellar debut
The night began with intoxicating anticipation, and ended in unbridled celebration at PNC Park. Gerrit Cole had not come to let anyone down, he wasn't here to add another layer of baseball disappointment to a city a generation-deep in them. Instead, Cole blanked the Giants through the first six innings of his Major League debut Tuesday, earning the 8-2 victory and the city's gratitude.
6/11/2013 | 'Bucks' continues ballpark tour with trip to Steel City
The hit MLB.com game show "Bucks on the Pond," powered by Ford, makes its first visit to PNC Park in Pittsburgh for Tuesday's release of Episode 12. Demetrius Thorn is well prepared as he stands alongside Manny's BBQ out on the Riverwalk to field trivia questions before a recent game.
6/11/2013 | Andrews confirms original diagnosis of Harper's knee
A visit to renowned orthopedist Dr. James Andrews Monday confirmed the original diagnosis of prepatellar bursitis in Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper's left knee.
6/11/2013 | Field narrowed for All-Star Week's Tribute for Heroes
Voting is underway all month to determine 30 military veterans or active service members who will represent a Major League Baseball club and be honored in the Tribute for Heroes campaign during All-Star Week and on the field at the start of the 84th Midsummer Classic on July 16 at Citi Field.
6/11/2013 | Ramsay among Draft picks inked by Astros
The Astros signed four of their picks from this weekend's First-Year Player Draft, including seventh-round selection James Ramsay.
6/11/2013 | Rays come out swinging, hit four homers vs. Red Sox
Tampa Bay came out swinging on Tuesday night en route to an 8-3 win over Boston at Tropicana Field, with homers from Desmond Jennings -- who hit two -- Evan Longoria and Matt Joyce.
6/11/2013 | Rays place Cobb on bereavement list, recall Odorizzi
The Rays have placed Alex Cobb on the bereavement list following the passing of his grandmother. To fill Cobb's place on the roster, the Rays have recalled Jake Odorizzi.
6/11/2013 | Lackey wants to move on from Rays incident
Although the Rays continue to be adamant that John Lackey hit Matt Joyce intentionally on Monday, Lackey has no interest in getting into a war of words.
6/11/2013 | Scouts will be busy looking at 2014 Draft talent
The amateur summer scene is already upon us -- the elite wood-bat, college-level Cape Cod League opens on Wednesday -- as scouts ramp up for a busy few months of summer leagues, showcases and All-America games.
6/11/2013 | Cardinals prove homegrown talent trumps spending
Over the last two winters in free agency, the St. Louis Cardinals have lost Albert Pujols, who at that time was considered the premier player in the game, and a frontline starting pitcher, Kyle Lohse. The Cardinals have been so devastated by these defections that they currently have the best record in the Major Leagues.
6/11/2013 | Fowler's passion for game still runs deep
Dexter Fowler started early on the diamond. The game he used to play as a child is now his living. The passion is still there, though.
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