7/26/2013 | LoMo points out young Marlins' camaraderie
Taking three of four at Colorado has raised the Marlins' morale, while prompting Logan Morrison to make an amusing post on Twitter.
7/26/2013 | Cabrera takes full BP, but sits for fourth straight game
Miguel Cabrera was out of the Tigers' lineup for Friday's series opener against the Phillies, his fourth consecutive game out. Whether he's available to pinch-hit off an injury-shortened bench wasn't clear, but multiple rounds of batting practice against both left- and right-handed pitching seemed to be an attempt to figure that out.
7/26/2013 | Rangers set to face Weaver, Wilson in Halos series
The Rangers are expected to face Jered Weaver and C.J. Wilson during their three-game series with the Angels starting Monday at the Ballpark in Arlington. But they are likely to miss Bartolo Colon when they play three games against the Athletics next weekend in Oakland.
7/26/2013 | Infante halts rehab after ankle flares up in Class A game
Omar Infante was back in the Tigers' clubhouse Friday, but he might have been as far from returning from the disabled list as he was a few weeks ago. Instead of returning from the DL, Infante was waiting for another examination on his sprained left ankle after it flared up Thursday in his rehab start for Class A West Michigan.
7/26/2013 | Downs feels fine after 10-pitch inning at Class A
The one bit of good news on the injury front for the Tigers on Friday came from lefty reliever Darin Downs. His shoulder felt fine after his 10-pitch rehab inning Thursday for Class A West Michigan.
7/26/2013 | Cubs promote reliever Sanchez from Triple-A
The Cubs, in need of a fresh arm in the bullpen, selected the contract of right-handed pitcher Eduardo Sanchez from Triple-A Iowa to take the spot on the active roster created by Alfonso Soriano's departure.
7/26/2013 | E. Beltre hopes to impress Rangers with bat
The Rangers are desperately looking for more offensive firepower. Engel Beltre wants to show that it could be him providing it.
7/26/2013 | Izturis comfortable playing every day
After eight seasons in Anaheim, it's taken Maicer Izturis a little while to get comfortable in his new surroundings. That's all behind him now, as Izturis has become more reliable in the field and has raised his batting average and on-base percentage in every month this season.
7/26/2013 | Rasmus raking in July
Although Jose Bautista, and Edwin Encarnacion are the Blue Jays' biggest sluggers, it's Colby Rasmus who's swinging the club's hottest bat.
7/26/2013 | Blue Jays announce signing of 16-year-old prospect
The Blue Jays announced the signing of Dominican third base prospect Bryan Lizardo for $250,000 on Friday. Lizardo, who turned 16 on Friday, is the 21st-ranked international prospect according to MLB.com.
7/26/2013 | Gaby comes home as member of Pirates
For the first time in his career, Gaby Sanchez is a visitor in his hometown. After a career spent playing on diamonds in Miami, the Marlins traded the former All-Star and University of Miami star to the Pirates nearly a full year ago.
7/26/2013 | Tabata takes time off after being hit on forearm
The Pirates are giving Jose Tabata a couple of days off after he was hit by a pitch on the right forearm Wednesday. Manager Clint Hurdle said Tabata will work on making extended throws so he can return to playing in the field.
7/26/2013 | Delmon returns to Detroit after prolific postseason
Delmon Young is back in Detroit for the first time since the World Series, which he helped Detroit reach with his Most Valuable Player performance in the American League Championship Series.
7/26/2013 | Hunter pulled from lineup as Achilles injury persists
Though he was in manager Jim Leyland's initial lineup Friday, Torii Hunter was scratched with continued soreness in his left Achilles and is day to day.
7/26/2013 | Beltre not pleased with his performance
Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre is not happy with the way he has performed. He said the problem is not physical even though he deals daily with various leg issues that keep him from running full speed.
7/26/2013 | Krauss still getting used to bench role
Astros outfielder Marc Krauss went from playing every day at Triple-A Oklahoma City to getting sporadic starts since he was called up on June 21 when Trevor Crowe ran into an outfield wall and injured his shoulder.
7/26/2013 | Sparks throws BP in preparation for Dickey
Astros broadcaster Steve Sparks pulled double duty on Friday. Sparks, a former knuckleball pitcher who spent nine years in the Major Leagues, dusted off his right arm and threw two rounds of batting practice in the batting cage prior to the game against the Blue Jays, who were starting knuckleballer R.A. Dickey.
7/26/2013 | Cosart works on delivery in bullpen session
It didn't matter that rookie righty Jarred Cosart debuted with two solid starts. There's always room for adjustments, and pitching coach Doug Brocail worked with Cosart during his bullpen session on Friday to get him to square up his shoulders more during his delivery.
7/26/2013 | Davis to step into Chatting Cage on Wednesday
Orioles slugger Chris Davis is ready for your questions. The first baseman will step into the Chatting Cage, presented by Edward Jones, on Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. ET.
7/26/2013 | Pitching like an ace, Tillman backed by four HRs
Adam Jones powered the Orioles to a 6-0 win over the visiting Red Sox with a pair of home runs that supported Chris Tillman's strong performance. Tillman tossed seven shutout innings and allowed just two hits, helping the Orioles snap a three-game skid and pick up a full game on the Red Sox.
7/26/2013 | Darvish, Masterson set to duel in Cleveland
Strikeout machines Yu Darvish and Justin Masterson are slated to square off in Cleveland as the Rangers take on the Indians on Saturday.
7/26/2013 | Zunino placed on DL, to have surgery on broken hand
Mariners rookie catcher Mike Zunino was placed on the 15-day disabled list Friday and is expected to miss five to six weeks after doctors discovered a broken hamate bone in his left hand.
7/26/2013 | Out of first, Red Sox aim to rebound behind Dempster
For the first time since May 26, the Red Sox don't sit atop the American League East. Their 60-day reign came to an end Friday after Boston fell to Baltimore, 6-0, and the Rays topped the Yankees, 10-6. The Sox look to bounce back Saturday, sending Ryan Dempster against the O's Scott Feldman at Camden Yards.
7/26/2013 | Zim's walk-off blast gives Nats twin-bill split
Ryan Zimmerman's home run in the ninth inning helped the Nationals edge the Mets, 2-1, in the second game of a day-night doubleheader on Friday at Nationals Park. Washington was pounded by New York in the afternoon affair, 11-0.
7/26/2013 | K-Rod excited to join playoff race, eager to help 'pen
Francisco Rodriguez pitched his first game in an Orioles uniform Thursday. Like many around baseball, he said he was surprised when he first found out he'd be donning black and orange. He said he knew he'd be traded, just not to which team.
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