7/7/2013 | O's best Rivera, Yankees on Jones' clutch homer
Held down for most of the day, the Orioles came alive against Mariano Rivera, with Adam Jones' go-ahead homer spurring Baltimore to a 2-1 win over the Yankees on Sunday in the Bronx.
7/7/2013 | Slated to pitch Sunday, Waino weighs All-Star Game
While now aware that Adam Wainwright has the prerogative to pitch in the All-Star Game if he wants, the Cardinals have not decided whether they'll recommend he do so.
7/7/2013 | Cruz won't reprise Home Run Derby role
Rangers All-Star outfielder Nelson Cruz doesn't have plans to compete the Home Run Derby. Cruz, who was a runner-up in 2009, prefers to rest and focus on the second half of the season.
7/7/2013 | Saunders stifles Reds as Mariners take series
Backed by a homer-happy offense, starting pitcher Joe Saunders threw seven innings of one-run baseball en route to a 3-1 win for the Mariners at Great American Ball Park.
7/7/2013 | Scherzer eyes 14th win against familiar Tribe
When Max Scherzer takes the mound to face the Indians at Progressive Field on Monday, he'll have a chance to match Roger Clemens' 14-0 start from the 1986 season. He'll go for it against a familiar AL Central foe in Cleveland, which counters with lefty Scott Kazmir.
7/7/2013 | Five years after deal, Brantley plays hero vs. Detroit
Michael Brantley's pair of homers -- along with ones from Carlos Santana and Lonnie Chisenhall -- backed a quality start from Corey Kluber and helped the Indians overcome their bullpen malfunctions, as they stood up to the Tigers in a 9-6 win.
7/7/2013 | Nolasco grateful for time in Miami, deal to West Coast
Early Sunday morning, Ricky Nolasco was at Busch Stadium cleaning out his locker and offering his goodbyes to his now former teammates. The Marlins on Saturday night completed a trade that sent Nolasco to the Dodgers for three pitching prospects -- Steve Ames, Josh Wall and Angel Sanchez.
7/7/2013 | Marlins not seeking out more trades, but will listen
First order of business for Marlins management was trading Ricky Nolasco. Now that the deal is done, what's next? The Marlins remain open for business on the trade front, but they are not being proactive at this time.
7/7/2013 | Surprised Ames, Wall ready for shot with Marlins
Between games of a doubleheader for Triple-A Albuquerque on Saturday night, Steven Ames and Josh Wall received word they would be on the move. Caught completely by surprise, the two right-handed relievers were informed they would be headed to the Marlins as part of the high-profile trade that sent Ricky Nolasco to the Dodgers.
7/7/2013 | Rangers place Berkman and Tepesch on DL
The Rangers sent Nick Tepesch and Lance Berkman to the 15-day disabled list with right elbow inflammation and left hip inflammation, respectively, reinstated Joakim Soria from the 60-day DL and recalled Cory Burns from Triple-A Round Rock on Sunday.
7/7/2013 | Mets considering giving Marcum extended rest
Shaun Marcum may not know what is causing the right hand numbness he felt in each of his last two outings, but the Mets believe a period of rest may help him combat it.
7/7/2013 | Satin gets the start against Brewers' lefty Gorzelanny
The Brewers' reshuffled starting rotation meant that left-hander Tom Gorzelanny took the mound Sunday instead of right-hander Wily Peralta. What it meant for the Mets was that Josh Satin earned the start at first base over Ike Davis, who has reached base in seven of his 11 plate appearances since returning to the big leagues Friday.
7/7/2013 | Collins: Tejada has criteria to meet before returning
Mets manager Terry Collins said it is "possible" that Ruben Tejada eventually returns to the Mets in a backup role, but that the team did not consider activating him in that fashion this weekend.
7/7/2013 | Buck accidentally interferes with Sausage Race
Heading out of the dugout between innings Saturday, John Buck quite simply did not look where he was going. Had he kept his head up, he would have seen the brat, Polish sausage, Italian sausage, chorizo and hot dog bearing down on him in Miller Park's Sausage Race.
7/7/2013 | Segura's All-Star role to depend on Tulo's health
Brewers shortstop Jean Segura will be scanning the news in the coming days for updates on fellow National League All-Star Troy Tulowitzki, whose rehab from a broken rib will determine whether Segura remains an NL reserve or moves into the starting lineup.
7/7/2013 | Brewers aiming for healthy Braun, Aramis after break
The Brewers have a plan to ease left fielder Ryan Braun into action during the final series before the All-Star break and to back third baseman Aramis Ramirez off, aiming in both instances to come out of the break with a healthy tandem in the middle of the lineup.
7/7/2013 | Myers' presence forces Maddon to get creative
While Wil Myers' arrival stabilized the Rays lineup, manager Joe Maddon must get creative in keeping his bench players sharp.
7/7/2013 | No structural damage in Molina's knee
Yadier Molina and the Cardinals believe they have dodged a substantial setback, as an MRI exam taken on Molina's bothersome right knee revealed no structural damage. Rather, Molina has been diagnosed with knee inflammation, which the All-Star catcher hopes will subside with just a few days of rest.
7/7/2013 | Kozma returns from three-day break
After three consecutive days off, Pete Kozma was back in the Cardinals' lineup Sunday against the Marlins.
7/7/2013 | Blue Jays face Indians fresh off series win
Toronto has gone 5-9 since an 11-game win streak, and it heads to Cleveland hoping to build off a series win against the Twins. Josh Johnson will start on the mound for the Blue Jays, and he will face the Indians' Ubaldo Jimenez.
7/7/2013 | Slowey back in rotation, faces tough Braves lineup
After they traded Ricky Nolasco to the Dodgers on Saturday, the Marlins are giving Kevin Slowey another chance in the rotation. Slowey, who was moved to the bullpen in June, will pitch for Miami in its series opener against Atlanta on Monday. He'll have some tough competition in Braves starter Mike Minor, who's 8-4 in 2013.
7/7/2013 | Reyes aims to test ankle with extra-base hits
Entering Sunday, Jose Reyes went 13-for-46 (.283) with two home runs, six RBIs, eight runs scored and a stolen base since his return from the disabled list 11 games ago. However, it is not just hits that the Blue Jays shortstop is after, but a specific type of hit.
7/7/2013 | Bautista eager to share All-Star recognition
Edwin Encarnacion on Saturday was named to his first All-Star Game, and Jose Bautista could not be happier.
7/7/2013 | Mesoraco sidelined with back spasms
Reds catcher Devin Mesoraco is normally behind the plate when pitcher Mat Latos starts, but that wasn't the case on Saturday. Mesoraco was bothered by back spasms, so Ryan Hanigan caught instead.
7/7/2013 | Desmond has mates' support in Final Vote push
Bryce Harper already started his campaign to have teammate Ian Desmond join him for the 2013 All-Star Game. Desmond is a National League Final Vote candidate and, on Saturday night, Harper went to his Twitter account and said the following : "We need 2 get @IanDesmond20 to the @AllStarGame! One of the Best SS in the game right now! Great ball player and an even better person! #ASG."
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