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7/11/2013 | Moore flirts with no-no as Rays win eighth straight
Matt Moore took a no-hitter into the sixth, Luke Scott and Evan Longoria hit back-to-back homers and the Rays pushed their win streak to eight games with a 4-3 victory over the Twins on Thursday at the Trop.

7/11/2013 | Making season debut, Ramirez roughed up
Right-hander Erasmo Ramirez gave up a career-high seven runs over 4 2/3 frames in his first start back with the Mariners on Thursday after being recalled from Triple-A Tacoma prior to the game.

7/11/2013 | Cashman: A-Rod won't return before July 22
Derek Jeter may have been hurried back to the Bronx, but general manager Brian Cashman said that there is no chance Alex Rodriguez will rejoin the Yankees before July 22.

7/11/2013 | Davis placed on paternity leave; Joseph debuts
Wade Davis was placed on paternity leave on Thursday, one day after allowing a career-high-tying eight runs in Wednesday's loss to the Yanks. The club recalled left-handed prospect Donnie Joseph, who debuted on Thursday.

7/11/2013 | All-Star Locke quietly opening doors to success
Pirates lefty Jeff Locke just wanted to make the club out of Spring Training. Three months later, he's headed to his first All-Star Game.

7/11/2013 | Young stars dominate most popular jerseys
The young stars dominating Major League Baseball the past couple of seasons have quickly become fan favorites, as 18 of the 20 most popular jerseys are of players ages 30 or younger, including five players under the age of 24.

7/11/2013 | Toronto unlikely to sign top Draft pick Bickford
The Blue Jays have until Friday evening to reach a deal with first-round Draft pick Phil Bickford, but it does not appear as though they will sign him.

7/11/2013 | Yanks hope to have Jeter for opener vs. Twins
On the heels of Derek Jeter's return to action Thursday, the Yankees will open a weekend series against the Twins on Friday at Yankee Stadium, where Hiroki Kuroda will square off against Scott Diamond.

7/11/2013 | Pettibone faces White Sox, hopes to keep Phils rolling
While the Phillies entered Thursday's series finale against the Nationals winners in five of their last seven, the White Sox come to Philadelphia on Friday to open a three-game series struggling, as they have all season. Chicago has lost five of seven, and has won only six of its last 26 road games.

7/11/2013 | Cardinals promote top pitching prospect Martinez
Seeking to fortify their bullpen, the Cardinals promoted top pitching prospect Carlos Martinez from Triple-A on Thursday. Although Martinez has been a starter in the Minors, he'll pitch in relief with the Cards.

7/11/2013 | Charms of Citi Field to be showcased at All-Star Game
For many fans, All-Star Week will be a chance to see Citi Field for the first time. For the Mets, it will be an opportunity to showcase their five-year-old jewel of a ballpark, the driving reason behind their hosting the All-Star Game in the first place.

7/11/2013 | Phegley's slam leads White Sox before benches clear
With a fight not seen in this team over a four-game losing streak before coming to Comerica Park, Robin Ventura's crew left with a series victory over the American League Central-leading Tigers after Thursday afternoon's 6-3 win. That fight wasn't limited to Chicago's pitching, hitting and fielding.

7/11/2013 | Porcello drops appeal, suspension reduced to five
Rick Porcello made it through his last start before the All-Star break, which is pretty much all he wanted to accomplish by appealing his suspension. In exchange for dropping the appeal, Porcello's six-game suspension was reduced to five by Major League Baseball.

7/11/2013 | Guilmet optioned to make room for Salazar
Though Danny Salazar was present in the Tribe clubhouse on Wednesday, he wasn't officially recalled from Triple-A Columbus until Thursday. In a corresponding roster move, the Indians optioned reliever Preston Guilmet to the Clippers.

7/11/2013 | Mets fandom plays part in teacher's life, memorial
On the day of the memorial service for the love of her life, Meredith Benton wore her black Mets jersey stitched with orange and blue, just as Jim would have wanted it.

7/11/2013 | Low-strikeout pitchers becoming a rare breed
Baseball fans might want to make sure they remember guys like Mark Buehrle; pitchers who know how how get the job done without racking up strikeouts at a rapid rate. They might soon be extinct.

7/11/2013 | All-Star Game shouldn't count for home-field advantage
The All-Star Game has enough glitz and glamor that it doesn't need to also be the determining factor in the World Series home-field advantage to "count." Instead, use the leagues' records in Interleague Play to decide.

7/11/2013 | Amid hard-fought year, Collins relishes All-Star invite
Like his Mets players, manager Terry Collins could use some time away. But he will spend Monday and Tuesday at the office, his office at Citi Field -- for All-Star Game duty. But it hardly qualified as duty for the Mets' manager. Call it a midsummer night's dream or All-Star Game opportunity.

7/11/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: July 11
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.

7/11/2013 | Pujols connects for career homer No. 490
Albert Pujols' fifth-inning homer on Wednesday -- his second in as many days and his 15th of the year -- put him 10 away from becoming the 26th member of the still-hallowed 500 home run club.

7/10/2013 | Twitter to help decide Final Vote on final day
Fans can vote for their candidate using the designated hashtag of that player from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET on Thursday. Those hashtags will count as part of the overall vote total used to determine the final player on the American League and National League All-Star rosters.

7/10/2013 | Doubront, Papi lead charge in rout of Mariners
Felix Doubront allowed just one run on five hits while striking out six batters over seven strong frames and David Ortiz set a new all-time mark for hits by a designated hitter in the Red Sox's 11-4 romp over the Mariners on Wednesday night at Safeco Field.

7/10/2013 | Leyland pondering Darvish's All-Star replacement
American League All-Star manager Jim Leyland's roster decisions aren't quite done. With Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish being placed on the disabled list, Leyland has to pick a replacement.

7/10/2013 | Papi wastes little time in setting DH hits record
David Ortiz was only tied with Harold Baines for the most hits by a designated hitter for as long as it took him to get another at-bat.

7/10/2013 | Despite late hour, bats wide awake behind Liriano
Francisco Liriano hurled four-hit ball for seven innings after a rain delay of nearly three hours as the Pirates downed Oakland, 5-0, to salvage the finale of the three-game series with the leaders of the American League West.


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