6/20/2013 | Family of Mets fans tested on 'Bucks on the Pond'
Lifelong Mets fan Christina Meola and her family were recently attending a game at Citi Field when suddenly they found themselves starring in the hit MLB.com game show "Bucks on the Pond," powered by Ford.
6/20/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: June 20
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
6/20/2013 | M. Young joins 1,000 RBI club on two-run homer
Phillies third baseman Michael Young drove in his 1,000th and 1,001st career runs when he connected on a two-run homer during Philadelphia's 6-2 loss to Washington in 11 innings on Wednesday to become the 242nd Major League player to reach the 1,000 career RBIs mark.
6/20/2013 | Norris exits after taking foul tip to groin
Derek Norris is known as one of the toughest guys in the A's clubhouse. So when he left the game in the sixth inning after Adrian Beltre foul-tipped a ball into his groin, you knew it was bad.
6/20/2013 | Oregon State ousts Indiana in pitchers' duel
A pair of high Draft picks took part in an historic pitchers' duel Wednesday night in the College World Series. Oregon State left-hander Matt Boyd's four-hit shutout bested Indiana righty Aaron Slegers' one-run complete game, as the No. 3 Beavers posted a 1-0 win over Indiana at TD Ameritrade Park.
6/19/2013 | Wilson's gem, Trout's wheels sink Mariners
Angels left-hander C.J. Wilson continued his dominance over the Mariners as he outdueled Joe Saunders in a 1-0 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday night at Angel Stadium.
6/19/2013 | Red Sox flip script in rivalry with Rays
It has been six years since the Boston Red Sox have won a season series against the Tampa Bay Rays. But this year is a different story, a different chapter, an entirely different book. The improvement of the Red Sox against the Rays is a realistic reflection of the impressive improvement of the Boston team.
6/19/2013 | No. 2 prospect Marisnick hit on left hand by pitch
At a time Marlins prospect Jake Marisnick is heating up at the plate, the 22-year-old Double-A Jacksonville outfielder faces the possibility of missing more games due to a left hand injury.
6/19/2013 | Yadi's homer backs Westbrook's strong outing
Yadier Molina's tiebreaking two-run homer off former teammate Edwin Jackson in the sixth inning pushed the Cardinals toward a 4-1 win in the third meeting of the four-game rivalry series with the Cubs.
6/19/2013 | Morse back at first as Smoak sits Wednesday
After hitting a home run in his first at-bat after coming off the disabled list on Tuesday, Justin Smoak was given Wednesday off as manager Eric Wedge went with Michael Morse back at first base.
6/19/2013 | Despite miscue, Medlen strong enough to best Mets
The Braves released frustrations that lingered from Tuesday's doubleheader by besting Shaun Marcum in a 5-3 win over the Mets on Wednesday behind Kris Medlen.
6/19/2013 | Rays back Hellickson, end Fenway drought
After scoring two combined runs in a pair of losing efforts in Tuesday's doubleheader, manager Joe Maddon joked that the Rays needed a pair of shutouts to have any chance at winning. They didn't get that Wednesday, but they submitted an in-sync offensive performance equally as impressive as the six innings of two-run ball spun by right-hander Jeremy Hellickson.
6/19/2013 | A View From Studio 3: Five guys under the radar
As baseball fans, we are always looking for the next great star. That's fine. But in doing so, we often miss the boat on dozens of ballplayers who should be applauded and enjoyed for consistency, reliability and production. Guys who deliver the goods on a regular basis, but are often taken for granted or go unmentioned.
6/19/2013 | Appel's childhood teammates show their support
Several of Mark Appel's former teammates from his days in the Post Oak Little League in Houston were at Minute Maid Park to greet him Wednesday after he signed a contract with the Astros, who selected him with the first overall pick in the First-Year Player Draft.
6/19/2013 | Hamilton dropped to seventh in batting order
As Josh Hamilton's struggles continue, fans are becoming more vocal in their displeasure. The Angels outfielder understands the reaction, but said anyone who thinks he doesn't care is flat out wrong.
6/19/2013 | Phillips comes through with two strikes to win it in 13
Brandon Phillips' average when hitting with two strikes is the best in the National League this season. And that moment came at the right time in the 13th inning, as Phillips snuck a bases-loaded single up the middle for a 2-1, walk-off Reds win against the Pirates.
6/19/2013 | Appel's family ties in Houston run deep
When Mark Appel and his brother, John, were kids growing up in Houston, they would attend Astros and Rockets games and pretend they were playing for one of the hometown teams for which they cheered.
6/19/2013 | Travel plans adjusted to spend off-days at home
The Cardinals are nearing the end of a 48-day stretch in which they will have had just three scheduled off-days. And because of a quirk in the schedule, they'll follow it with a period in which the team will have three off-days during an eight-day span.
6/19/2013 | First-round pick Gonzales thrilled to join Cardinals
Marco Gonzales, the No. 19 overall pick in this year's Draft, said he was "pretty starstruck" to meet members of the Cardinals rotation Wednesday at Busch Stadium.
6/19/2013 | Remy to return to NESN booth Tuesday
Jerry Remy has a piece of good news for Red Sox fans. The popular color analyst will be back in his familiar perch in the NESN broadcast booth on Tuesday night, when Boston opens its next homestand against the Colorado Rockies.
6/19/2013 | Former outfielder Kidd throws first pitch in Bronx
Hours before throwing the first pitch prior to the nightcap of Wednesday's twin bill between the Yankees and Dodgers, Jason Kidd reminisced about what made him confident the throw would be a success.
6/19/2013 | Reds host 10th annual Rookie Success League camp
For the 10th straight summer, children ages 6-12 have taken advantage of the Reds Rookie Success League, a camp that teaches the basics of baseball at five different locations throughout Ohio and Kentucky.
6/19/2013 | At Diversity Summit, MLB meets potential employees
Credit an industry for spurring social progress. Major League Baseball mixed business with idealism Wednesday at the second annual Diversity Business Summit, a day-long conference that allows the league to evaluate potential employees and entrepreneurs seeking work in sports.
6/19/2013 | Astros take pride in hosting Diversity Summit
Given its rich history as one of the most diverse cities in America, Houston seemed the logical choice to host MLB's Diversity Business Summit on Wednesday.
6/19/2013 | Cubs don't expect carryover from interference call
Shortstop Starlin Castro may have feared for his life when pinch-runner Shane Robinson came charging at him in the ninth inning Tuesday night, but the Cubs didn't expect any repercussions after the game-ending play.
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