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6/24/2013 | Scherzer earns AL Player of Week honors
Tigers right-hander Max Scherzer became the first Major League starter to go 11-0 to start a season since Roger Clemens did so 16 years ago, and his most recent pair of victories earned him American League Player of the Week honors.

6/24/2013 | Brantley, Swisher spark turnaround in Tribe's win
Michael Brantley matched a career high with four RBIs, starter Ubaldo Jimenez put on a clinic in damage control and and the Indians claimed their ninth victory in the past 12 games with a 5-2 win over the Orioles.

6/24/2013 | Roberts leads list of O's on road to health
Several members of the organization are ready to take the next step in the rehab process. Perhaps most notably, Brian Roberts will join Triple-A Norfolk on Tuesday, playing his first games since undergoing surgery on his hamstring earlier this season.

6/24/2013 | O's recall Gausman as Garcia sent out
The Orioles optioned Freddy Garcia and recalled rookie Kevin Gausman from Triple-A Norfolk prior to Monday's series opener against the Cleveland Indians.

6/24/2013 | Carrasco sent to Triple-A; House called up
The Indians made an adjustment to their pitching staff on Monday afternoon, optioning right-hander Carlos Carrasco to Triple-A Columbus one day after a rough start against the Twins and promoting left-hander T.J. House.

6/24/2013 | A-Rod closing in on start of rehab assignment
Alex Rodriguez's power stroke is improving, and the Yankees third baseman is moving closer to playing in Minor League rehabilitation games, though the club has not yet definitively set a target date for his debut.

6/24/2013 | Nakajima all business about playing for A's
Sacramento infielder Hiroyuki Nakajima says he feels prepared to face Major League competition if handed the opportunity at any moment, while acknowledging his past scuffles. Nakajima knows the best way to change the narrative is to produce on a more consistent basis.

6/24/2013 | Little improvement in Teixeira's injured wrist
The Yankees are not receiving encouraging reports on first baseman Mark Teixeira, who continues to feel discomfort in his right wrist and may be inching closer to season-ending surgery.

6/24/2013 | Brotherly advice part of Hosmer's turnaround
After a slow start, Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer is heating up in June, and he has an interesting group of people to thank for helping him.

6/24/2013 | Prospect Hawkins coping with sharp learning curve
Before Courtney Hawkins suffered a left rotator cuff strain diving for a fly ball with Class A Winston-Salem earlier this season, which sidelined him for much of May, the universally-recognized top White Sox prospect was struggling.

6/24/2013 | Rangers return to Top 3 in latest Rankings
It's appears that rumors of the Rangers' demise have been greatly exaggerated. In June, Texas has a 10-12 record -- a stretch that includes a six-game losing streak, but the club is back on top of the American League West and has the best record in the AL.

6/24/2013 | Nothing seems to knock Cards off winning track
Losing Tony La Russa, Albert Pujols and Chris Carpenter, among others, in recent years has not slowed the Cardinals down one bit. The Cards never lose. Or maybe it just seems that way for manager Mike Matheny's relentless group that has spent much of the season leading the NL Central with baseball's best record.

6/24/2013 | Playing new position, Iglesias flourishing
Red Sox rookie Jose Iglesias has gone from a player solely known for his defense to a veritable hit machine.

6/24/2013 | Without an established role, Smyly thriving in 'pen
Drew Smyly went to Spring Training as the guy who was supposed to fill out the Tigers' rotation. He was never expected to be the one holding the defending American League champions' bullpen together and saving a Max Scherzer victory.

6/24/2013 | Nearly two decades later, Grilli's hard work pays off
Jason Grilli has waited nearly two decades for this chance. The extra interviews and autograph signings, the heightened pressure -- it validates the struggles through which he has persisted. The transience, the pain, the constant uncertainty and anxiety -- it's all wrapped up in one fist pump

6/24/2013 | Three up, three down: Bucs making steady climb
It's not like the Pirates are overwhelming anybody. They are, however, playing steady and have won 11 of their past 16 games. That has cut three games off their deficit to NL Central leading-St. Louis, which they now trail by a game.

6/24/2013 | Morrison getting back to form, back to basics
Running hasn't been an issue for Logan Morrison. It's stopping that causes the Marlins' first baseman a bit of apprehension.

6/24/2013 | Gibson to make big league debut Saturday
Minnesota will recall right-handed pitcher Kyle Gibson, the club's No. 4 prospect according to MLB.com, on Tuesday, and he will make his Major League debut Saturday at Target Field against the Kansas City Royals.

6/24/2013 | Puig intrigue: Should he be an All-Star so soon?
Yasiel Puig, it seems, can do it all. But can he crack the National League All-Star roster with only about a month of Major League service time under his belt?

6/24/2013 | Week Ahead: Drama heats up with temps
Welcome to the first full week of summer and another huge week for the summer game. Welcome to warmer days, longer nights, the final countdown to the All-Star Break, the Trade Deadline, and, eventually, October. And welcome to pennant-race drama as it continues to mirror the thermometer out by the patio.

6/24/2013 | MLB Notebook: Cuddyer, Blue Jays extend streaks
Colorado's Michael Cuddyer pushed his hitting streak to 21 games and the Blue Jays won their 11th straight to highlight Sunday's highlights.

6/24/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: June 24
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.

6/24/2013 | Worth the wait: Rangers complete St. Louis sweep
After a near-three-hour rain delay, the Rangers rallied for two runs in the top of the seventh off Adam Wainwright and held on for a 2-1 victory over the Cardinals on Sunday night at Busch Stadium to complete a sweep.

6/24/2013 | Kemp gets first hit in second rehab game
Dodgers Matt Kemp and Scott Van Slyke continued their injury rehab assignments Sunday night with Triple-A Albuquerque. Kemp went 1-for-3 with a Double. Van Slyke was 1-for-5 with a double.

6/23/2013 | Astros reward Springer with promotion to Triple-A
Astros outfield prospect George Springer, the 2011 first-round Draft pick who had a terrific first half at Double-A Corpus Christi, was promoted to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Sunday along with right-handed pitcher Jake Buchanan.


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