6/25/2014 | Injury not expected to derail Bautista's All-Star status
There has been some improvement in the condition of Jose Bautista's left hamstring, and the hope remains that he will not require a stint on the disabled list.
6/25/2014 | Seager, Zunino go yard to power surging Mariners
With help from home runs from Kyle Seager and Mike Zunino, the Mariners teed off on Red Sox pitching for a second straight night in an 8-2 victory Tuesday at Safeco Field.
6/25/2014 | Teixeira, Kuroda get Yanks back on track vs. Jays
A four-run third inning gave the Yankees the boost they needed as they avoided the sweep and downed the Blue Jays, 5-3, at Rogers Centre on Wednesday night.
6/25/2014 | Trout proving his All-Star credentials
Mike Trout is one of three Angels to participate in both the Futures Game and the All-Star Game.
6/25/2014 | Morneau's six RBIs get Rockies off the mat
Justin Morneau drove in six runs, three on his 13th homer and two during a key seventh-inning rally, as the Rockies ended their losing streak at seven games by beating the Cardinals, 10-5, on Tuesday night at Coors Field.
6/25/2014 | Rojas again comes to rescue for Kershaw, Dodgers
After saving Clayton Kershaw's no-hitter and shutout last week against Colorado with his glove and arm at third base, Dodgers infielder Miguel Rojas on Tuesday night saved another shutout and a Kershaw win against Kansas City with his defense at second base.
6/25/2014 | Hahn subdues Giants for his third straight win
Rookie right-hander Jesse Hahn allowed two runs over six innings and Alexi Amarista drove in three runs on three hits Tuesday night to lead the Padres to a 7-2 victory over the Giants.
6/25/2014 | Launch of 120 Sports a game-changer for fans
The launch of 120 Sports is, by all accounts, the logical answer to an amaranthine technology question of our time: "Where is all of this going?" The first-of-its-kind partnership involving multiple leagues and media properties, including MLB.com, is a revolutionary live-streaming network created for the digital generation and the devices it uses most.
6/24/2014 | Holding back tears, Gwynn Jr. returns to ovation
Tony Gwynn Jr. has had nearly 1,800 plate appearances in his big league career, but his latest one on Tuesday night had him fighting back tears and trying to control emotions he had never experienced on a baseball field.
6/24/2014 | Rockies' rut extends to manager's challenges
For the second straight night, an instant-replay review defied the eyes of fans at Coors Field, as well as manager Walt Weiss, who lost a challenge when a called tag on DJ LeMahieu at third base was ruled to stand, despite no conclusive angle showing Matt Carpenter making a successful tag.
6/24/2014 | After being sent down, d'Arnaud on the upswing
It was gratifying to see Travis d'Arnaud succeed in such a smashing way in his first game back. As a receiver, d'Arnaud appears properly equipped. But the word on him had been that his ultra-quick bat would make him a hitter who catches rather than a catcher who hits. After the trade, word was d'Arnaud was not an error in judgment.
6/24/2014 | Resilient Braves ride pitching, power to win
The Upton brothers supplied a couple solo homers that created an early advantage that Aaron Harang preserved on the way to guiding the Braves to a 3-2 win over the Astros on Tuesday night at Minute Maid Park.
6/24/2014 | J.D., Kinsler spark Tigers' win over Rangers
Not even an off-day in rainy Texas could cool off J.D. Martinez, the reigning American League Player of the Week, whose two-run homer in the seventh inning helped turn a pitching duel into a fourth consecutive Tigers win, this one an 8-2 victory over the Rangers at Globe Life Park.
6/24/2014 | Farrell wins one challenge, losses another
Red Sox manager John Farrell went 1-for-2 in replay challenges on Tuesday night against the Mariners.
6/24/2014 | Gibson's scoreless streak ends at 22 innings
Twins right-hander Kyle Gibson saw his 22-inning scoreless streak come to an end in a hurry against the Angels on Tuesday night at Angel Stadium.
6/24/2014 | Harper goes deep in second rehab game
Bryce Harper didn't see many pitches to hit Tuesday night at Pfitzner Stadium in his second rehab start for Class A Advanced Potomac, but when Salem Red Sox right-hander Kyle Kraus delivered a hanging slider to Harper, he turned his hips and drilled a line-drive three-run home run.
6/24/2014 | Upton brothers both homer to tie MLB record
Braves outfielders B.J. Upton and Justin Upton matched a Major League record when they both homered during Tuesday night's game against the Astros at Minute Maid Park. The Upton brothers have now homered as teammates in the same game four times.
6/24/2014 | Miller doesn't think back spasms will cost him a start
Cardinals right-hander Shelby Miller is expected to make his next start after being removed with two outs in the third inning of Tuesday night's 10-5 loss to the Rockies with what manager Mike Matheny called "mid-back spasms."
6/24/2014 | Quintana ends White Sox skid in Baltimore
Gordon Beckham homered in the first inning and left-hander Jose Quintana took control from the get-go as the White Sox ended a five-game losing streak with a 4-2 victory over the Orioles on Tuesday night in Baltimore. Quintana fanned eight over seven innings.
6/24/2014 | Francona loses challenge in first inning
Indians manager Terry Francona lost a replay challenge in the first inning of Tuesday's game against the D-backs. Paul Goldschmidt hit a ground ball to shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera, who attempted to start a 6-4-3 double play. However, first baseman Carlos Santana's foot came off the bag when he received the throw. Goldschmidt was called safe, and first-base umpire Chad Fairchild's call stood after the review.
6/24/2014 | Arrieta flirts with perfection, settles for win vs. Reds
Jake Arrieta retired the first 18 before exiting after seven innings and earning the victory as the Cubs topped the Reds, 7-3, on Tuesday at Wrigley Field.
6/24/2014 | Pagan's return unclear; Belt set for rehab games
Giants outfielder Angel Pagan (lower back tightness) said he still wasn't swinging 100 percent, while first baseman Brandon Belt is expected to start a Minor League rehab assignment on Thursday.
6/24/2014 | Mets rip A's behind four homers, strong Colon
The Mets sent catcher Travis d'Arnaud to the Minors earlier this month because he was not performing. If they didn't officially put outfielder Chris Young on notice, as well, everyone around Flushing figured it was only a matter of time. Tuesday, both players reversed the narratives surrounding their disappointing seasons. Young homered twice and d'Arnaud added a three-run blast, leading Bartolo Colon and the homer-happy Mets to a 10-1 win over the A's at Citi Field.
6/24/2014 | As Buchholz returns, Workman staying in rotation
Clay Buchholz will be activated from the disabled list in time to pitch Wednesday against the Mariners, manager John Farrell officially announced on Tuesday.
6/24/2014 | After Byrd sets tone, Asche, bullpen finish Fish
The Phillies saw signs of their young talents stepping up in Tuesday night's 7-4 victory over the Marlins at Citizens Bank Park, which snapped a three-game losing streak. Phillies third baseman Cody Asche doubled to right field in the sixth inning to score a couple of insurance runs. The Phils' bullpen, which has been the best in baseball for the past few weeks, threw the final four innings to preserve the win.
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