6/12/2012 | Reds come to terms with first-rounder Travieso
The Reds reached an agreement on Tuesday with their first-round Draft pick, right-handed pitcher Nick Travieso.
6/12/2012 | Blue Jays option Gomes to Las Vegas
The Blue Jays optioned infielder Yan Gomes to Triple-A Las Vegas on Tuesday in a corresponding move following Monday's roster shakeup.
6/12/2012 | Getz in Royals' lineup; Giavotella to Omaha
The Royals activated Chris Getz from the disabled list on Tuesday and sent fellow second baseman Johnny Giavotello to Triple-A Omaha. Getz was slated to start on Tuesday against the Brewers.
6/12/2012 | Teams participating in Jr. RBI Classic revealed
Major League Baseball announced Tuesday the teams that will be participating in the fourth annual Jr. RBI Classic, an event that gives hundreds of kids the opportunity to play baseball and softball during All-Star Week.
6/12/2012 | Longoria could begin rehab assignment Friday
Rays third baseman Evan Longoria took more batting and fielding practice Tuesday and also did some running drills.
6/12/2012 | Morrow to hit DL with strained left oblique
Right-hander Brandon Morrow will be officially placed on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday morning with a left oblique strain.
6/12/2012 | Tribe acquires righty reliever Rogers from Rox
On Tuesday, Cleveland announced that it has acquired Esmil Rogers from the Rockies in exchange for cash considerations.
6/12/2012 | Mo pleased after undergoing surgery
Surgery to repair a torn ACL in Mariano Rivera's right knee went better than expected on Tuesday, when no repairable damage was found in the meniscus in the damaged knee.
6/12/2012 | Beachy's elbow feels strong after session
Braves right-hander Brandon Beachy said his right elbow felt fine after he threw a light bullpen session on Tuesday. Beachy was scheduled to start Wednesday's series finale against the Yankees, but the Braves announced on Monday that they plan to bump him back to Saturday.
6/12/2012 | No plan on rehab assignment for Rolen
Third baseman Scott Rolen, on the disabled list since May 12 with a strained left shoulder, could be back relatively soon. But there will be no rehabilitation assignment in the Minors before his activation.
6/12/2012 | After rough start, Bell back on track
Heath Bell no longer feels like he has to look over his shoulder.
6/12/2012 | Ubaldo's control encouraging for Indians
In his last outing, Ubaldo Jimenez accomplished something for the first time since donning an Indians uniform -- he didn't issue a walk.
6/12/2012 | Winning won't change the Pirates
The Pirates are red-hot and atop the National League Central standings. But don't expect that to change the way they approach the game.
6/12/2012 | Tulo to start rehab assignment Wednesday
Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki will begin an injury rehab assignment Wednesday at Triple-A Colorado Springs.
6/12/2012 | Matusz's X-rays negative, suffers nose bruise
Orioles lefty Brian Matusz took a ball to the nose after fouling back a bunt in pitchers' batting practice on Tuesday afternoon and a decision on his scheduled Wednesday start will come before the game.
6/12/2012 | Twins have deal with Buxton, sources say
Outfielder Byron Buxton, the No. 2 overall selection in this year's First-Year Player Draft, was at Target Field on Tuesday, as he underwent a physical and took batting practice before the Twins' game against the Phillies.
6/12/2012 | Hill relieved with diagnosis on left elbow
While any player dreads being told that he is going to miss at least a month of action, lefty Rich Hill has the perspective to know a month isn't so bad.
6/12/2012 | Phillies' Utley begins rehab assignment
Phillies second baseman Chase Utley began a rehab assignment Tuesday with Class A Clearwater.
6/12/2012 | Cain back in KC working on rehab
Lorenzo Cain is back in Kansas City for a few days working on rehabbing from his left hip flexor injury. Cain's been on the disabled list since April 11. Originally it was a groin injury, but during a rehab assignment, he aggravated his hip flexor.
6/12/2012 | John Danks hurls four innings in rehab start
Left-hander John Danks took another successful step toward his return to the White Sox starting rotation by hurling four innings and 61 pitches for Triple-A Charlotte during a Minor League rehab effort in Columbus on Tuesday afternoon.
6/12/2012 | Phillies' Thome speaks glowingly of Twins
Jim Thome spoke glowingly of the Twins and his tenure in Minnesota before Tuesday's game, the first time he played at Target Field since joining the Phillies. He started as Philadelphia's designated hitter on Tuesday.
6/12/2012 | Cubs players say they'll miss Jaramillo
Most of the Cubs didn't find out Rudy Jaramillo had been dismissed as the club's hitting coach until they arrived at Wrigley Field on Tuesday.
6/12/2012 | Bernadina will rest hamstring for a few days
Roger Bernadina, who was forced to leave Monday's series opener against Toronto with a strained right hamstring, had an MRI on Tuesday which revealed no tear.
6/12/2012 | Cruz out of Rangers' lineup with different ailment
Rangers outfielder Nelson Cruz was out of the lineup for a second straight game Tuesday. This time it was a virus and not his sore right Achilles tendon. That injury kept him out of Sunday's game against the Giants.
6/12/2012 | A-Rod's 23rd slam ties Gehrig
Alex Rodriguez hit the 23rd grand slam of his career in Tuesday night's 6-4 Yankees win over the Braves at Turner Field, tying Lou Gehrig for the all-time lead.
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