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7/23/2013 | BTS leader's streak hits 43 thanks to Trout
Meet Joe Catarelli. An aspiring police officer from Commack, N.Y., Catarelli is the active BTS leader with 43 correct picks in a row after Angels star Mike Trout singled in his first at-bat off Twins rookie pitcher Kyle Gibson on Tuesday.

7/23/2013 | Chicago crew cranks out cash on 'Bucks'
An arborist, an engineer, an economics professor, a school psychologist and the owner of a private criminal defense practice were all together beyond the right-field ivy at Wrigley Field, fending off questions from the hit MLB.com game show "Bucks on the Pond," and it was just like old times

7/23/2013 | Players taking lead on tougher PED penalties
Players got what they wanted. They wanted a message sent that cheating is not OK, that they will not tolerate it and that if they must take a vocal and active role in ridding the game of performance-enhancing drugs, so be it.

7/23/2013 | Cubs, Yanks discussing trade of Soriano
The Cubs have made five trades this month, including Monday's deal that sent Matt Garza to the Rangers. Could Alfonso Soriano be next? The Yankees, meanwhile, have been shut out eight times this season. Might they be serious about turning to a blast from their past to add some punch to their lineup?

7/23/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: July 23
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.

7/23/2013 | Source: Dodgers not interested in Cuban Gonzalez
The Dodgers are not pursuing Cuban free-agent pitcher Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez, according to a baseball source.

7/23/2013 | Marlins adding top prospects to back Fernandez
The Marlins' top two prospects, outfielders Christian Yelich and Jake Marisnick, are joining Miami in time to take on the Rockies at Coors Field. All-Star Jose Fernandez is set to start for the Marlins opposite Colorado righty Jhoulys Chacin.

7/23/2013 | Players: Braun suspension ultimately good for game
The news that Brewers star outfielder and 2011 National League Most Valuable Player Ryan Braun had been suspended without pay for the remainder of the 2013 season and that he admitted to violating Major League Baseball's Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program brought about intense and varied opinions and reactions from baseball's players, managers and front office executives.

7/23/2013 | Reds rack up runs behind Arroyo's shutout
With Monday's 11-0 drubbing of the Giants, Cincinnati has won five of its last six contests in San Francisco, including the first pair of games of the 2012 National League Division Series.

7/23/2013 | Brewers aim to 'move forward' after Braun suspension
Brewers general manager Doug Melvin expressed disappointment in suspended left fielder Ryan Braun on Monday but was more eager to focus on a future for his ballclub that finally has some clarity.

7/23/2013 | Harang deals as Mariners win seventh straight
Solo home runs from Kendrys Morales and Mike Zunino were enough to back a stellar outing from starter Aaron Harang as Seattle beat Cleveland, 2-1, in the series opener to make it seven straight wins for the Mariners.

7/23/2013 | Top Marlins prospects Yelich, Marisnick get call
The future is starting now for the Marlins' top two rated prospects. In a surprising move, Miami selected the contracts of outfielders Christian Yelich and Jake Marisnick from Double-A Jacksonville on Tuesday.

7/22/2013 | Loss to Cubs has D-backs looking up in NL West
The Cubs traded ace and scheduled starter Matt Garza to the Rangers hours before Monday night's series opener at Chase Field, but fill-in Chris Rusin outshined D-backs lefty Tyler Skaggs in a 4-2 loss to put Arizona in second place for the first time since May 15.

7/22/2013 | Rookies Lake, Rusin carry Cubs in Arizona
Chris Rusin was called up from Triple-A when scheduled starter Matt Garza was traded to the Rangers, and the left-hander got the win, thanks in no small part to Junior Lake's first homer and first four-hit game on Monday night against the Arizona Diamondbacks.

7/22/2013 | Grilli departs in ninth inning with forearm discomfort
The sight of Jason Grilli, their dedicated and effective All-Star closer, walking off the Nationals Park mound in pain cast a pall over the Pirates' 6-5 victory Monday night. The mood in the visitors' clubhouse definitely was closer to wake than to celebration.

7/22/2013 | Marlins end shutout skid, reward Koehler
The combination of struggling young Rockies starter Drew Pomeranz and the thin Denver air proved the perfect recipe to end the Marlins' historic offensive woes. Miami scored two first-inning runs on its way to a 3-1 win over Colorado at Coors Field on Monday night.

7/22/2013 | Wilson works out in front of Righetti
Hoping to latch on soon with a Major League ballclub, former Giants closer Brian Wilson threw Monday at the University of San Francisco before his ex-pitching coach, Dave Righetti, according to multiple reports.

7/22/2013 | Heyward's catch caps thrilling Braves victory
Reed Johnson's two-out single off Bobby Parnell capped the Braves' two-run ninth inning, and Jason Heyward's game-ending catch helped them claim a 2-1 win over the Mets on Monday night at Citi Field.

7/22/2013 | Marshall getting close to return to throwing
Reds left-handed setup man Sean Marshall is expected to resume a throwing session any day after a recent setback delayed his comeback from the disabled list.

7/22/2013 | Cutch's two jacks carry Pirates past Nationals
Andrew McCutchen rocked a pair of early two-run homers off right-hander Dan Haren in support of Charlie Morton as the Bucs downed the Nationals, 6-5, on Monday night at Nationals Park.

7/22/2013 | Navarro expects Garza to thrive in Texas
Dioner Navarro and Matt Garza joked that if the pitcher was traded, then the catcher had to be part of the deal. But on Monday, Navarro arrived at Chase Field to find out that Garza had been shipped to the Rangers.

7/22/2013 | McAllister set to return from DL on Tuesday
Cleveland is set to activate right-hander Zach McAllister from the disabled list to start against the Mariners on Tuesday, concluding the starter's seven-week comeback from a sprained right middle finger.

7/22/2013 | Back from DL, Darvish in top form vs. Yanks
Rest does the body well. In Yu Darvish's case, the right-hander returned to form as the Rangers' ace against the Yankees on Monday in his first start off the disabled list. Darvish pitched 6 1/3 two-hit innings in Texas' 3-0 win over New York at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.

7/22/2013 | Padres post four-run sixth inning to top Brewers
Carlos Quentin and Jesus Guzman each hit two-run doubles in the sixth inning on Monday night as the Padres defeated the Brewers, 5-3, in front of a crowd of 30,348 at Miller Park.

7/22/2013 | Braun's suspension opens old wound for D-backs
Monday's news of Ryan Braun's 65-game suspension was a little more personal for some in the clubhouse of the Arizona Diamondbacks, who lost to Braun's Brewers in the 2011 NLDS after the outfielder had failed a PED test.


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