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6/3/2013 | Milone does it all as A's win fourth straight
The A's played it cool and treated Milwaukee's confines like a playground, casually racking up 10 runs and a season high 19 hits in a 10-2 win over the Brewers in Interleague Play on Monday at Miller Park.

6/3/2013 | McCann notches 1,000 hits against Pirates
Braves catcher Brian McCann's latest cherished memory was created on Monday night, as he notched the 1,000th hit of his career while helping the Braves claim a 7-2 win over the Pirates at Turner Field.

6/3/2013 | Steinbrenner opens up about Yanks' struggles
The Yankees have lost seven of their last nine games, including four in a row last week to the Mets and a pair this weekend to the Red Sox, always their top rivals in the American League East. But Hal Steinbrenner, the team's managing general partner, is certainly not panicking.

6/3/2013 | Brown stays hot to back Kendrick's complete game
Eventually, Domonic Brown will get you. He blasted his 17th home run of the season in the sixth inning, and Kyle Kendrick tossed his fourth career complete game in a 7-2 victory over the Marlins at Citizens Bank Park on Monday.

6/3/2013 | Beckham returns to lineup, bats ninth
Gordon Beckham returned to the White Sox lineup Monday, hitting ninth and starting at second base, after completing an eight-game Minor League rehab assignment with Triple-A Charlotte.

6/3/2013 | Estrada might miss start with left hamstring strain
Brewers starter Marco Estrada, a bright spot lately in a struggling starting rotation, exited Monday's outing against the A's in the fifth inning after straining his left hamstring.

6/3/2013 | Draft prospect Gray tests positive for Adderall
Reports that University of Oklahoma's Jonathan Gray, the potential No. 1 overall pick in Thursday's First-Year Player Draft, tested positive for the drug Adderall, were confirmed to by a Major League team source.

6/3/2013 | Chatwood optimistic about making next start
Rockies starting pitcher Tyler Chatwood left Monday night's game against the Reds with right triceps soreness. He is optimistic about making his next start.

6/3/2013 | Trout believes Hamilton, Pujols will find their groove
The following scenario seems very real, and a bit eerie: Mike Trout starting the All-Star Game and Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton both watching it from home. Pujols and Hamilton are struggling, but Trout firmly believes the pair will get on track and help the Angels.

6/3/2013 | Arroyo dominates Rox backed by Bruce's bat
Bronson Arroyo tossed eight shutout innings to carry the Reds to a 3-0 victory over the Rockies on Monday night. Jay Bruce went 3-for-4 with a two-run homer to back the righty's stellar effort.

6/3/2013 | Gutierrez stays on DL after completing rehab trip
Mariners center fielder Franklin Gutierrez was recalled from his Minor League injury rehab assignment Monday, but he was not activated from the disabled list as he continues dealing with lingering hamstring problems.

6/3/2013 | Gonzalez returns from strained right hamstring
Marwin Gonzalez was back in the Astros' lineup, playing shortstop and batting ninth Monday night against the Angels. Gonzalez had not started a game since May 17 while nursing a right hamstring strain.

6/3/2013 | Quentin out of starting lineup with sore left shoulder
Carlos Quentin was out of the Padres starting lineup with a sore left shoulder Monday night -- the first time he's been active for a game against Los Angeles since he charged the mound after being hit by a Zack Greinke fastball on April 11.

6/3/2013 | d'Arnaud gets OK for rehab exercises on foot
Mets top prospect Travis d'Arnaud has been cleared to begin weight-bearing rehabilitation exercises, but his fractured left foot will remain in a boot for the next week.

6/3/2013 | Martin, Hurdle ejected by Iassogna in defeat
Pirates catcher Russell Martin and manager Clint Hurdle were ejected in the fourth inning of Monday's 7-2 loss to the Braves at Turner Field for arguing balls and strikes with home-plate umpire Dan Iassogna.

6/3/2013 | Skaggs to get callup, will start Tuesday
Tyler Skaggs will be called up from Triple-A Reno and start in place of Brandon McCarthy, who was placed on the 15-day disabled list Saturday with right shoulder inflammation.

6/3/2013 | Umpire Danley 'day to day' after exiting game
Monday's series opener at Great American Ball Park between the Rockies and the Reds was delayed for nine minutes between the second and third innings as home-plate umpire Kerwin Danley was replaced because of injury.

6/3/2013 | Astros sweep Halos, stretch winning streak to six
Chris Carter continued to tee off against Angels pitching and Erik Bedard continued the recent string of strong starting pitching as the Astros completed their first road trip of 6-0 or better since 1999, sweeping a four-game series with a 2-1 victory Monday night at Angel Stadium.

6/3/2013 | Brewers hope Francisco can bring pop to first base
The Brewers are used to having a big hitter at that position -- Prince Fielder was a mainstay from 2006-11, and Corey Hart filled-in admirably in 2012 -- but with Hart on the disabled list, the team entered Monday ranked 14th of 15 National League teams with a .516 OPS from first base.

6/3/2013 | Kotchman returns to Marlins after two months on DL
Over the course of June, the Marlins anticipate getting an influx of injured players back. One of their Opening Day starters returned to the lineup on Monday. Casey Kotchman, who strained his left hamstring in the second game of the season, was reinstated from the 60-day disabled list and started at first base in the series opener at Philadelphia.

6/3/2013 | Stanton begins running bases in Florida
At some point in the near future, the Marlins hope to see Giancarlo Stanton circling the bases after one of his mammoth home runs. For now, the organization is encouraged that the 23-year-old slugger is able to run around the bases without any discomfort.

6/3/2013 | Dodgers call up Fife to make spot start for Capuano
The Dodgers needed a spot starter for a second straight day on Monday, with right-hander Stephen Fife recalled from Triple-A Albuquerque to fill in for left-hander Chris Capuano against the Padres at Dodger Stadium.

6/3/2013 | Puig shows off skills in Major League debut
Yasiel Puig, the Dodgers' 22-year-old sensation of the spring, was welcomed to Dodger Stadium for his Major League debut on Monday night with a start in right field and the leadoff role against Padres left-hander Eric Stults.

6/3/2013 | Hamstring strain lands Crawford on 15-day DL
Carl Crawford was placed on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to June 2, with a strained left hamstring. The left fielder sustained a cramp while running out a double in the third inning of Saturday's loss in Colorado and was immediately removed from the game.

6/3/2013 | Former Brewers coach Melvin returns to Milwaukee
Manager Bob Melvin is no stranger Milwaukee, having begun his post-playing career in Milwaukee under the watch of Sal Bando and Phil Garner. Melvin served as a scout, roving instructor, special assistant and, finally, bench coach to Garner in 1999.

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