6/3/2013 | Pair of homers plus Puig's defense lift Dodgers
Yasiel Puig threw a strike from the warning track in right to double off Chris Denorfia, who had strayed too far off the bag at first on a Kyle Blanks fly ball, to cap a 2-1 victory for the Dodgers on Monday night at Dodger Stadium .
6/3/2013 | M. Young returns to Phils after health scare with son
Michael Young feels fortunate to be back with the Phillies in a relatively clear state of mind. He got a big scare last Tuesday at Fenway Park, where he received a serious phone call about 30 minutes before a game against the Red Sox regarding a health issue concerning his 9-month-old son, Antonio.
6/3/2013 | Puig brings special combo of talent to Dodgers
After spending the beginning of this season at Double-A Chattanooga, Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig will bring his combination of power, speed and advanced hitting ability to the parent club.
6/3/2013 | Carpenter faces live batters for first time in recovery
Chris Carpenter hadn't yet met with trainers to discuss the next step in his rehab, but he said afterward that he felt good during the session. He threw about 40 total pitches from the mound.
6/3/2013 | Molina suspended, fined after ejection
Yadier Molina has received a one-game suspension and an undisclosed fine for making contact with second-base umpire Mike Everitt on Sunday. Molina appealed the decision.
6/3/2013 | Battery energizes Cardinals to rout over D-backs
Yadier Molina homered and added an RBI single, and Lance Lynn earned his eighth win in the Cardinals' 7-1 victory over the D-backs on Monday night. Carlos Beltran hit a homer and had three RBIs.
6/3/2013 | Tulo credits routine rest with recent hot streak
Troy Tulowitzki has displayed his power and ability to hit for average consistently this season, and especially recently. He credits his impressive numbers with Walt Weiss' plan to give him routine days off.
6/3/2013 | Baker looking to Izturis, Hannahan to fill in for Phillips
On Monday, veteran infielder Cesar Izturis started at second base in place of Brandon Phillips. According to Dusty Baker, backup third baseman Jack Hannahan may be another option to start at second or pinch-hit for Izturis.
6/3/2013 | A's Freiman chosen AL's top rookie for May
Athletics first baseman Nate Freiman was named the American League Rookie of the Month on Monday, after hitting .351 in May.
6/3/2013 | For second straight month, Gattis top NL rookie
Evan Gattis was named the National League Rookie of the Month for May. He also took home the April award.
6/3/2013 | Corbin's perfect May nets monthly pitcher award
Left-hander Patrick Corbin's undefeated start to 2013 has earned the D-backs rookie National League Pitcher of the Month honors for May.
6/3/2013 | Braves' bullpen forging along despite injuries
In the 15 games that had been played since Eric O'Flaherty was placed on the disabled list, the Braves' bullpen has posted a 2.55 ERA, which ranks as Major League Baseball's fifth-best mark during this span.
6/3/2013 | Pirates reliever Reid picks Gattis' nickname
New Pirates reliever Ryan Reid knows all about Braves slugger Evan Gattis, who has rocketed to legendary status in his first two months in Atlanta with his titanic swings and entirely appropriate nickname: "El Oso Blanco," -- "The White Bear."
6/3/2013 | McCutchen takes break for opener in Atlanta
Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen was absent from the lineup for Monday's series opener against the Braves, just the star center fielder's third off-day of the season. To justify that decision, manager Clint Hurdle provided a straightforward answer with some high-tech context.
6/3/2013 | Braves' power show lifts Medlen past Pirates
Right-hander Kris Medlen fired seven strong innings, while Brian McCann, Jason Heyward and Freddie Freeman all belted two-run homers in the Braves' 7-2 win over the Pirates on Monday night at Turner Field.
6/3/2013 | Norris symbolic of Astros' hopes for future
At some point for the Houston Astros, the unloading of players will stop and the reconstruction of a franchise will end. When is the time to begin the next step? In other words, how close are the Astros to being good again? Here's a rosy scenario: They're close.
6/3/2013 | Jackie's glove nets $373,002 during auction
The glove Jackie Robinson is believed to have worn while playing third base for Brooklyn in the 1955 and '56 World Series was auctioned for $373,002 on Monday.
6/3/2013 | Carolina clash set up for Super Regionals
The NCAA Tournament Super Regionals pairings are set after a dramatic Monday on the diamond. In the Chapel Hill, N.C., Regional, Cody Stubbs' fourth hit of the night delivered the winning run for North Carolina in a wild 12-11 victory over Florida Atlantic that propelled the Tar Heels to the Super Regional against South Carolina.
6/3/2013 | First AL ballot results show O's rising power
If you're looking for a winner of this first round of All-Star balloting, it's an easy call. How about them Orioles?
6/3/2013 | Police investigate apparent suicide on Henry's yacht
A crew member of a yacht owned by Red Sox owner John Henry and docked at Rowes Wharf in Boston died Monday in an apparent suicide.
6/3/2013 | Teams working out final details before Draft
With the First-Year Player Draft just days away, teams are in full-on prep mode, putting the finishing touches in lining up their boards for the main event.
6/3/2013 | Duo's Beat the Streak runs come to end
Two Streakers -- Jeremy Leonardo, who goes by the Beat the Streak handle jjleo2118, and a player known only as mwrenn11 -- saw their Beat the Streak runs snapped Monday night.
6/3/2013 | Miggy named AL Player of Month for May
Reigning American League MVP and Triple Crown winner Miguel Cabrera has been named the league's Player of the Month for May after hitting .379 with 12 homers and 33 RBIs in 28 games.
6/3/2013 | Since game was official, Sox-Yanks stats count
There were a lot of questions floating around following the Red Sox's 3-0 victory vs. the Yankees in a rain-shortened game, which ended after 5 1/2 innings on Sunday night in the Bronx.
6/3/2013 | Brown collects NL monthly, weekly honors
Phillies left fielder Domonic Brown is one of the hottest hitters on the planet. Major League Baseball recognized that, and on Monday, named him the National League's Player of the Month for May and Player of the Week for the second consecutive week.
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