6/5/2013 | Hudson to have elbow examined after setback
D-backs right-hander Daniel Hudson is scheduled to see Dr. Michael Lee on Thursday to have his right elbow examined after feeling stiffness in it during his first rehab start for Double-A Mobile on Tuesday night.
6/5/2013 | Trembley appreciates relationship with O's players
There are still seven players remaining on the Orioles' roster who were managed by Astros third-base coach Dave Trembley, who was the skipper in Baltimore from June 18, 2007, until June 4, 2010. He joined the Astros prior to this season.
6/5/2013 | Gardenhire recalls own Draft experience
With Thursday's First-Year Player Draft on the horizon, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire -- who was a sixth-round pick of the New York Mets in 1979 -- took a trip down memory lane.
6/5/2013 | Miley weathers storm to pick up victory, snap skid
Wade Miley snapped a four-game losing streak with 6 2/3 strong frames, and Paul Goldschmidt launched his second grand slam of the week in the D-backs' 10-3 win over the Cardinals on a rainy Wednesday night.
6/5/2013 | Gio mum on report; no suspension expected
Nationals left-hander Gio Gonzalez declined to comment on the report that Major League Baseball could suspend as many as 20 players involved with the anti-aging clinic, Biogenesis.
6/5/2013 | FAQs on possible Biogenesis suspensions
What's next in the Biogenesis investigation? Here are FAQs on Major League Baseball's next move.
6/5/2013 | Pain-free Niese poised to return to rotation
Jon Niese threw a 39-pitch bullpen session Wednesday without pain or discomfort, keeping him on track to re-enter to the rotation Saturday against the Marlins.
6/5/2013 | Business as usual as Cruz, Rangers await word
Nelson Cruz was in right field for the Rangers on Wednesday night. That will continue to be the plan unless the team is told something different by Major League Baseball regarding an investigation into Biogenesis.
6/5/2013 | Next step for Detwiler is Minor League start
After a bullpen session Wednesday, Ross Detwiler likely will make one rehab start in the Minors before rejoining the Major League club as he continues to rehab a strained oblique.
6/5/2013 | Choice could be game changer in middle of A's lineup
A patient, powerful Michael Choice will be a dangerous Major League hitter. At only 23 years old, Choice profiles as the type of hitter who will get better and better as he sees and adjusts to more and more breaking balls.
6/5/2013 | Villarreal hit hard in first Major League start
Pedro Villarreal's first Major League start did not go as he had hoped.
6/5/2013 | Cubs struggling to get lead to closer Gregg
Albert Pujols beat the Cubs on Tuesday, hitting a two-run homer in the eighth off Carlos Villanueva, illustrating a problem the Cubs are having in bridging the gap from the starter to closer Kevin Gregg.
6/5/2013 | Oswalt goes seven strong in third tuneup start
Veteran right-hander Roy Oswalt took another step toward being ready for the Majors by throwing seven solid innings for Double-A Tulsa on Tuesday night.
6/5/2013 | D-backs employees to visit team academy in the DR
D-backs President and CEO Derrick Hall and 29 other team employees will embark on a trip to the Dominican Republic to visit the team's academy in Boca Chica.
6/5/2013 | Bourjos aiming for Monday return to Angels
It appears Peter Bourjos' return to the Angels' lineup could come on Monday, when the team opens a three-game set in Baltimore.
6/5/2013 | Halos make 'tough' call, send Williams back to 'pen
Despite Jerome Williams' five straight quality starts, the Angels have moved the veteran right-hander from the starting rotation to the bullpen.
6/5/2013 | Rox blast six homers in blowout of Reds
After falling behind 4-1 in the first inning, the Rockies cruised to a blowout victory, 12-4, against the Reds in Cincinnati Wednesday night. Colorado hit six home runs, led by Carlos Gonzalez's three and Troy Tulowitzki's two.
6/5/2013 | Recovered from injury, Dickey dazzles vs. Giants
R.A. Dickey's upper back and neck injury appear to be a thing of the past and he started the process of turning his season around by coming within two outs of a complete game in the Blue Jays' 4-0 victory over the Giants on Wednesday afternoon at AT&T Park.
6/5/2013 | Colon doesn't allow PED report to distract him
Bartolo Colon says that he has paid no attention to reports that linked him to the use of performance-enhancing drugs and raised the possibility of further suspensions by Major League Baseball for the use of PEDs. Based on the way he pitched on Wednesday, he certainly did not seem in the least distracted, worried or concerned.
6/5/2013 | Cueto on DL with right shoulder strain
The Reds scratched right-hander Johnny Cueto from his start on Wednesday and placed him on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right shoulder. The move is retroactive to Saturday.
6/5/2013 | Lat strain forces Strasburg to 15-day disabled list
After being unable to throw a scheduled bullpen session on Wednesday, Stephen Strasburg was placed on the 15-day DL with a lat strain, backdated to Saturday.
6/5/2013 | Dodgers needed Puig's infectious personality
Maybe the Dodgers -- and those happy people in Chavez Ravine -- will feed off 22-year-old Yasiel Puig's joy and enthusiasm and production. Have you seen him running around out there smiling, bumping teammates, having the time of his life? How can you not be excited?
6/5/2013 | MLB bloodlines run deep with 2013 Draftees
It's always been a family affair when it comes to the First-Year Player Draft, and this year is not any different. This week, there's a good chance you'll meet a new generation of players with names like Biggio, Clemens, Farrell, Palmeiro, Sheffield and Weiss that are hoping to carry on the family legacy.
6/5/2013 | Crawford, Belt recall former teammate Wheeler
Two years, give or take a few months, have passed since Brandon Crawford and Brandon Belt were teammates with Zack Wheeler. But time hasn't erased their memories of Wheeler's remarkable right arm.
6/5/2013 | Middlebrooks may stay in Minors to work on swing
Will Middlebrooks' stay in the Minors could last longer than just a four-game rehab assignment. The Red Sox want to make sure his swing is right.
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