7/26/2013 | Beltran to host second annual fundraiser
Carlos Beltran has announced plans to hold his second annual "Night in Old San Juan" Charity Gala in St. Louis. The event, which will benefit the Carlos Beltran Foundation, has been scheduled for 7:10 p.m. CT at the Four Seasons hotel on Sunday, Aug. 11.
7/26/2013 | Indians confident in Reynolds despite slump
The Indians are aware that Mark Reynolds is capable of sending baseballs over the fence and runners across home plate. They just haven't seen a whole lot of that ability lately.
7/26/2013 | Red-hot Arroyo aims to cool surging Dodgers
Bronson Arroyo looks to improve to 7-0 coming off a Reds loss this season as Cincinnati takes on Hyun-Jin Ryu and the surging Dodgers in the third game of a four-game series at Dodger Stadium.
7/26/2013 | Hanley's homer backs Kershaw's gem
Clayton Kershaw threw eight innings of one-run ball and Hanley Ramirez's two-run homer was enough to give the Dodgers the upper hand in Friday's pitchers' duel against Homer Bailey and the Reds, 2-1.
7/26/2013 | Beachy to return Monday as Braves assess options
As expected, Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez announced on Friday that Brandon Beachy would take Tim Hudson's place in the rotation starting on Monday in the team's series opener against the Rockies.
7/26/2013 | Indians want to tighten things up on defense
After watching his club commit nine errors during the recent road trip, Tribe manager Terry Francona figured some extra fielding practice was in order.
7/26/2013 | Beckham returns after recovering from wrist injury
Gordon Beckham was back in the lineup for the White Sox on Friday after missing five games due to a sore left wrist. He strained a ligament while swinging a weighted bat in batting practice warmups prior to last Friday's game against Atlanta.
7/26/2013 | Crain prepares for extended rest after setback
White Sox reliever Jesse Crain, who had a slight setback in his rehab from a sprained right shoulder Thursday, said before Friday's game against the Royals that he would rest the shoulder for four or five days before starting things up again.
7/26/2013 | Ventura reacts to prospect Rienzo's no-hitter
White Sox manager Robin Ventura commented on his impression of Andre Rienzo -- who threw a seven-inning no-hitter for Triple-A Charlotte -- when Ventura saw him during Spring Training.
7/26/2013 | In final year of contract, Manuel talks future
Charlie Manuel is in the final year of his contract, and it would not be a surprise to see the Phillies move in a different direction in 2014, especially if the team finishes below .500 for the first time since '02.
7/26/2013 | Susdorf savors first taste of big leagues with Philly
Steve Susdorf had been a productive organizational player since the Phillies drafted him in the 19th round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft, but he had never been on any top prospect lists. But a .304 career average in the Minor Leagues, plus a .335 average this season, finally earned him a promotion.
7/26/2013 | Shields' scoreless start delivers fourth straight win
James Shields shut out Chicago for the first seven innings and the Royals beat the White Sox, 5-1, on Friday night. David Lough homered and drove in two runs.
7/26/2013 | Ruf starts first game in left as Phils look for offense
The Phillies scored only nine runs during their five-game losing streak, so manager Charlie Manuel tried to insert some extra offense into his lineup Friday against the Tigers at Comerica Park.
7/26/2013 | A Hall of Fame ceremony for those who had none
Lou Gehrig, Rogers Hornsby and the 10 members of the Class of 1945, each of whom was denied the experience of an enshrinement ceremony, are to form posthumously a class of a different sort. They are to be inducted properly, formally, finally into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
7/26/2013 | Storen sent to Triple-A by Nats after rough day
It was a bad day for Nationals reliever Drew Storen on Friday. He caught a bad case of the flu, was hit hard in the first game of a day-night doubleheader against the Mets and then was optioned to Triple-A Syracuse after Washington won the nightcap, 2-1, at Nationals Park.
7/26/2013 | Harper aggravates left knee, doesn't start in nightcap
After the first game of Friday's doubleheader against the Mets, manager Davey Johnson said that Bryce Harper had aggravated a left knee injury. Harper was out of the starting lineup for Game 2, but pinch-hit in the eighth inning.
7/26/2013 | Bevy of buyers complicates things for Tribe
Chris Antonetti is actively pursuing multiple avenues for upgrading the Indians' roster, but the general manager is running into the same issue as many clubs: The trade market is flooded with buyers and the asking price for available players is extremely steep.
7/26/2013 | Hudson undergoes surgery for fractured ankle
Tim Hudson underwent surgery on Friday afternoon in Atlanta to repair the right ankle he fractured in the eighth inning of Wednesday night's win in New York.
7/26/2013 | Minor Leaguer Carpio suspended for 50 games
Braves Minor Leaguer Humberto Carpio was one of two Dominican Summer League players to be handed 50-game suspensions on Friday for violations of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.
7/26/2013 | Johnson, Blue Jays hope to take series from Astros
Josh Johnson, who's lost his last four starts, tries to give Toronto a series win over the Astros in the third game of a four-game set at Rogers Centre on Saturday. Dallas Keuchel goes for Houston.
7/26/2013 | Encarnacion, Reyes power Blue Jays' outburst
The Blue Jays' offense erupted for eight runs in the seventh inning as Edwin Encarnacion homered twice, including a grand slam, and turned a deficit into a 12-6 victory over the Astros on Friday night at Rogers Centre. Jose Reyes reached base five times and was a triple short of the cycle.
7/26/2013 | Iglesias staying upbeat during prolonged slump
Jose Iglesias started for the 32nd game in a row Friday night, and it was hard to tell the Red Sox rookie shortstop was in his first prolonged slump of the season. As manager John Farrell held court with reporters in the dugout, Iglesias was a few feet away, joking around with some of his teammates.
7/26/2013 | Morales, Wilson nearing rehab assignments
Considering all the injuries the Red Sox have had to the bullpen, they could use some reinforcements. Toward that end, left-hander Franklin Morales and right-hander Alex Wilson will start Minor League rehab assignments for Triple-A Pawtucket in the coming days.
7/26/2013 | Buchholz has productive throwing session
Friday was hardly a milestone day for Clay Buchholz in his recovery from a strained bursa sac, but it was progress nonetheless. The Red Sox's ace right-hander played catch at varying distances, getting out to about 100 feet.
7/26/2013 | Ozuna has surgery; winter ball might be next
Marcell Ozuna underwent season-ending surgery on his left thumb on Friday, and the next time the 22-year-old may see playing time is in winter ball.
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