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6/25/2014 | Trout a hit even when he misses

This month has been a reminder that Mike Trout is more than simply the best baseball player on earth.

6/25/2014 | Cards cap big comeback with clutch two-baggers

St. Louis rallied for a total of five runs in innings seven through nine, with Daniel Descalso and Matt Carpenter registering RBI doubles to lead the Cardinals over the Rockies, 9-6, on Wednesday at Coors Field. Marco Gonzales allowed five runs and doubled in his debut.

6/25/2014 | Dominant Price's double-digit K streak to five

David Price became the first pitcher since Johan Santana in 2004 to fan 10 or more batters in five consecutive games, while Evan Longoria and Desmond Jennings made standout plays in a win over the Pirates.

6/25/2014 | College World Series final loaded with MLB prospects

Vanderbilt and Virginia have split the first two games of the College World Series championship series, and they'll play again tonight at 8 p.m. ET to determine which program claims its first national title. Both teams are loaded with future big league talent, and here are five prospects on each team who could make a difference

6/25/2014 | Beinfest set to interview for Padres' GM opening

The Padres will interview their first candidate for their general manager opening on Friday, a baseball source told Larry Beinfest, former general manager and president of baseball operations for the Marlins, will be in San Diego to interview with the Friars.

6/25/2014 | Longo, Jennings back Price with terrific grabs

Evan Longoria has won two Gold Glove Awards, and he put his defensive abilities on display during the third inning of Wednesday afternoon's Rays-Pirates game at Tropicana Field.

6/25/2014 | Kozma designated for assignment; Gonzales called up

Shortstop Pete Kozma was already displaced after the Cardinals' signing of Jhonny Peralta. On Wednesday, the Cardinals shuffled him out of the organization altogether by designating him for assignment to make room for left-hander Marco Gonzales on the roster.

6/25/2014 | Renowned St. Louis cartoonist Amadee dies at 102

One of the most renowned sports cartoonists of the last century, Amadee Wohlschlaeger, died at age 102 on Tuesday in St. Louis.

6/25/2014 | Hill promoted from Syracuse, Dobbs designated

The Nationals selected the contract of right-handed pitcher Taylor Hill from Triple-A Syracuse and designated infielder Greg Dobbs for assignment on Wednesday. Additionally, infielder-outfielder Jeff Kobernus was returned from injury rehab, reinstated from the disabled list and optioned to Syracuse, and right-hander Christian Garcia was released.

6/25/2014 | Cole to return from DL for Saturday's start

Pirates right-hander Gerrit Cole will start Saturday's game against the Mets in Pittsburgh, manager Clint Hurdle announced Wednesday. He has been on the disabled list with right shoulder fatigue since June 8.

6/25/2014 | Marte improves, but not in lineup for finale

Pirates left fielder Starling Marte, who left Tuesday's game against the Rays with concussion-like symptoms, is doing much better on Wednesday, though he is not in the lineup.

6/25/2014 | Beltre's numbers could be enough for Cooperstown

Beltre has spent the better part of the past 17 seasons proving he is an elite defender. He's also piled up enough numbers -- including his 2,500th hit Tuesday night in Arlington -- to pad his Cooperstown credentials.

6/25/2014 | MLB Notebook: Beltre reaches milestone at 35

On Tuesday, 16 years to the day after his Major League debut, Adrian Beltre went 4-for-4 and surpassed the 2,500-hit mark. He's just the 36th player to reach that milestone in their age-35 season.

6/25/2014 | Swapping stories: Deadline drama on horizon

Every year, rumors and deals start flying when the mercury starts rising, and it's about that time for the 2014 season. Some boys of summer could be changing addresses very soon.

6/25/2014 | Pipeline preview: Pirates' Bell tolls for Bradenton

Pirates outfield prospect Josh Bell, ranked No. 59 on's Top 100 prospects list, puts his 11-game hitting streak on the line tonight in a 6:30 ET start against the Jupiter Hammerheads.

6/25/2014 | Today's MLB starting lineups: June 25

Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.

6/25/2014 | Gregorius' laser denies Tribe inside-the-park HR

It looked like it would spell disaster for the D-backs. Instead, it will almost surely make the end-of-season highlight reel. As Jason Kipnis sped around the bases, Ender Inciarte picked up the ball and hit the cutoff man -- shortstop Didi Gregorius -- who turned and fired a strike to catcher Miguel Montero to nail Kipnis and end the 13th inning.

6/25/2014 | Cards chasing Crew with makeshift rotation

As the two-time-defending National League champion Cardinals try to catch the first-place Brewers in the NL Central, they do so with a starting rotation decimated by injury. Will a throng of rookie callups and converted relievers hold the line while Michael Wacha, Jaime Garcia, Joe Kelly and now possibly Shelby Miller get healthy?

6/25/2014 | Marathon loss shouldn't deter Brewers

Wednesday's defeat could have appeared to be a calamity for the Brewers. In truth, it was a difficult night and early morning at Miller Park, but chances are that both the season and the ballclub will be able to come back.

6/25/2014 | Arrieta's mindset unchanged during bid for perfection

Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta knew he had a perfect game through six innings. Then Reds outfielder Billy Hamilton smacked a leadoff single to center in the seventh.

6/25/2014 | Kinsler homers in first game in Texas as visitor

Ian Kinsler made a slew of memories as a member of the Rangers -- first hit, first homer, first World Series -- but he made a new one on Tuesday, sending one over the Arlington wall in a road uniform.

6/25/2014 | Angels' offense and bullpen bail Wilson out of trouble

The Angels pounced on Twins starter Kyle Gibson early and pounded him for seven runs in two innings before clinging to an 8-6 win over the Twins on Tuesday at Angel Stadium.

6/25/2014 | Uribe plays third in rehab game, nears return

Dodgers third baseman Juan Uribe and left-hander Scott Elbert continued their injury rehab assignments with Class A Advanced Rancho Cucamonga on Tuesday night.

6/25/2014 | Waddell, Virginia send CWS to decisive Game 3

A day after likely 2015 first-rounders Walker Buehler and Nathan Kirby couldn't get past the third inning in a 9-8 Vanderbilt win, Virginia's Brandon Waddell outdueled two-time first-round pick Tyler Beede to keep the Cavaliers' season alive. Waddell threw the first nine-inning complete game of his life, scattering five hits and threw walks in a 7-2 victory. The clubs will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET, with the victor claiming the first CWS title in school history.

6/25/2014 | Pillar sent out, outfielder Glenn added to roster

Kevin Pillar wasn't too happy about being pinch-hit for in the bottom of the eighth inning during Wednesday night's game vs. New York, and it appears to have cost him a spot on the Blue Jays' 25-man roster.

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