7/24/2013 | Miggy sits out second straight game
Third baseman Miguel Cabrera was out of the Detroit lineup for the second straight day Wednesday to nurse a sore left hip flexor.
7/24/2013 | Redmond impressed by Yelich's poise in debut
Christian Yelich admitted he could not have dreamed up a better Major League debut after Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Rockies.
7/24/2013 | Continued soreness leaves Morrow's season in doubt
Originally, Brandon Morrow's right forearm soreness was considered a minor ailment, but even general manager Alex Anthopoulos isn't sure when, or if, the club will have Morrow on the mound again this season.
7/24/2013 | Soriano would waive no-trade clause for Yankees
Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein said the club has asked Alfonso Soriano to take a few days to weigh his trade options, and the veteran outfielder said Wednesday one possibility would be the Yankees.
7/24/2013 | Trade Deadline not hot topic with Yost, players
Trade talk? The non-waiver Trade Deadline is a week away and there's been precious little concerning the Royals. During his media briefing Wednesday, manager Ned Yost was asked about his take on the situation and if his players talked about it much.
7/24/2013 | No guarantees for Wood in Braves' rotation
For now, Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez is not committing to keeping Alex Wood in the starting rotation beyond Paul Maholm's potential return from the disabled list in early August.
7/24/2013 | Dodgers contemplate move upon return to LA
With Matt Kemp going on the disabled list on Wednesday and Ted Lilly activated from it, the Dodgers figure to make a follow-up move for a position player as soon as Thursday, when they return to National League rules against Cincinnati at Dodger Stadium.
7/24/2013 | De La Rosa's six scoreless lead Rox over Fish
Jorge De La Rosa threw six shutout innings and the bullpen worked out of a bases-loaded-no-outs jam in the seventh to give the Rockies a 2-1 win over the Marlins Wednesday at Coors Field.
7/24/2013 | Harper, Desmond sit; Rendon gets first start at short
The Nationals' lineup was missing two of its most prominent stars on Wednesday. Manager Davey Johnson said that Ian Desmond has a blister on his left hand and could miss a few days. Bryce Harper also didn't start after recently receiving some treatment on his previously injured left knee, but Johnson expects him back Thursday.
7/24/2013 | Ownership backs Cherington's bid to bolster Red Sox
It remains to be seen how active Boston will be in the week before the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline, but general manager Ben Cherington has the full support of ownership to make a move or two that could put a contending team over the top.
7/24/2013 | Liriano outduels Strasburg as Pirates fend off Nats
Francisco Liriano took a no-hitter into the sixth inning, blanking the Nationals on two hits over 7 2/3 innings as the Pirates reclaimed their season peak of 21 games above .500 on Wednesday night with a 4-2 victory at Nationals Park. Liriano outdueled Stephen Strasburg, who whiffed 12 over eight innings of one-run ball.
7/24/2013 | Spot start for Mets 'happy' development for Mejia
Injuries have kept him from delivering on his potential, but on Friday, Jenrry Mejia gets a chance to show the Mets what he can do in a spot start.
7/24/2013 | Brown to miss time with concussion-like symptoms
The Phillies have lost All-Star left fielder Domonic Brown for at least two games, and it could not come at a worse time. The Phillies are in desperate need of victories before the July 31 Trade Deadline, but they said Wednesday that Brown will miss at least Wednesday's and Thursday's games because of concussion-like symptoms.
7/24/2013 | Manuel: Phillies not really close on deals
Phillies manager Charlie Manuel said Wednesday he does not get the impression the Phillies are close to adding any help to the 25-man roster via trades.
7/24/2013 | Prospect Black gives Pirates natural born reliever
The Bucs' bullpen has been a major component of the team's contention in the National League Central. Pittsburgh relievers have 21 wins, 36 saves, a collective ERA of 2.76 -- all among the best in Major League Baseball. What the Pirates did not have until Vic Black checked in on Tuesday was a "born" reliever.
7/24/2013 | Tigers pounce on White Sox early with big sticks
Prince Fielder, Austin Jackson and Torii Hunter went deep to back right-hander Anibal Sanchez as the Tigers eased past the White Sox for the third straight game, 6-2, on Wednesday night at U.S. Cellular Field. Sanchez tossed six shutout innings.
7/24/2013 | Jaso examined for concussion symptoms
A's catcher John Jaso took a foul ball to his face mask on Wednesday for the second time in as many days.
7/24/2013 | Granderson readies for first Minors rehab game
Curtis Granderson packed his bats and his equipment into his rental car as he left the Yankees' Minor League complex early Wednesday afternoon. He's only heading across Dale Mabry Highway, but Thursday will be a big step forward for Granderson and infielder Jayson Nix.
7/24/2013 | Dodgers push win streak to six with five-run 10th
Down to their last strike in the ninth inning, the Dodgers somehow finished off a perfect road trip coming out of the All-Star break with an 8-3 victory over the Blue Jays, as Mark Ellis and Yasiel Puig homered to trigger a five-run 10th inning.
7/24/2013 | Hosmer's jacks set up Escobar's walk-off hit
Eric Hosmer belted a pair of homers, including a game-tying blast in the eighth, while Alcides Escobar delivered an RBI double in the ninth to give the Royals a 4-3 walk-off win over the Orioles on Wednesday night at Kauffman Stadium.
7/24/2013 | DeJesus activated off DL; Sappelt optioned
Cubs outfielder David DeJesus, sidelined since June 24 with a sprained right shoulder, was activated from the disabled list on Wednesday, and Dave Sappelt was optioned to Triple-A Iowa.
7/24/2013 | Kemp lands on DL for third time this season
The Dodgers placed Matt Kemp on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday with a sprained left ankle and activated pitcher Ted Lilly off the DL.
7/24/2013 | A-Rod's injury questioned; Cashman responds
Alex Rodriguez and the Yankees are clashing over the diagnosis of the third baseman's strained left quadriceps, and general manager Brian Cashman released a statement on Wednesday that indicated Rodriguez has acted contrary to Major League Baseball's Collective Bargaining Agreement by failing to inform the team that he was seeking a second opinion.
7/24/2013 | Jurrjens back with Tigers on Minors deal
Jair Jurrjens is back in the Tigers organization. The right-hander, who last pitched for the Orioles this season, was signed to a Minors contract on Wednesday and will report to Triple-A Toledo on Friday.
7/24/2013 | Napoli's resurgence fueling Boston's lineup
It wasn't long ago that first baseman Mike Napoli was in a prolonged power struggle at the plate, but thanks to a slight adjustment, he seems to have found his rhythm.
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