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6/24/2014 | Padres moving forward in search for new GM

The Padres have received permission from two teams to talk to personnel with other Major League clubs about their general manager opening. San Diego executive chairman Ron Fowler said Tuesday that process of finding a replacement for Josh Byrnes, who was dismissed Sunday, is moving along.


6/24/2014 | Astros to start Peacock on Friday; Buchanan to 'pen

Astros manager Bo Porter said on Tuesday that Brad Peacock will start on Friday and Jake Buchanan will move to the bullpen.


6/24/2014 | Locke solid as Bucs hold on to clinch series

The Pirates got another workman-like effort from their starter on Tuesday, as Jeff Locke went 7 1/3 innings and gave up three runs, and Pittsburgh beat the Rays, 6-5, for the second straight night at Tropicana Field.


6/24/2014 | Beltre raps 2,500th career hit

Adrian Beltre collected the 2,500th hit of his Major League career with a single off Tigers starter Drew Smyly to lead off the second inning on Tuesday.


6/24/2014 | Marte removed with concussion-like symptoms

Pirates left fielder Starling Marte left Tuesday's game against the Rays with concussion-like symptoms after he slid headfirst into Tampa Bay second baseman Sean Rodriguez's knee.


6/24/2014 | Morrison starting to hit his stride at plate

After a rough beginning to his first season with the Mariners and then nearly two months on the disabled list with a strained right hamstring, first baseman Logan Morrison has begun contributing offensively after moving into the starting lineup two weeks ago in place of the injured Justin Smoak.


6/24/2014 | Call in first stands as Royals' challenge streak ends

The Royals' streak of successful instant replay challenges ended at five in the first inning on Tuesday night.


6/24/2014 | Flande set to be Rockies' 12th starting pitcher

Left-hander Yohan Flande will become the 12th starting pitcher used by the Rockies this season when he makes his Major League debut on Wednesday in place of the injured Christian Bergman.


6/24/2014 | Baylor returns after Opening Day mishap

Angels hitting coach Don Baylor officially rejoined the team after breaking his right femur catching a ceremonial first pitch on Opening Day.


6/24/2014 | Skaggs on target to return next week

Angels left-hander Tyler Skaggs will make a rehab start for Triple-A Salt Lake in Fresno on Thursday, manager Mike Scioscia said Tuesday.


6/24/2014 | A's activate Reddick, place Blanks on DL

Right fielder Josh Reddick was reinstated from the disabled list and immediately inserted into the A's starting lineup against the Mets on Tuesday. That was the good news. Reddick, though, took the roster spot of Kyle Blanks, who was forced to the DL with a left calf strain.


6/24/2014 | Hudson pitches to Trumbo in rehab matchup

Two rehabbing D-backs faced off at Chase Field on Tuesday afternoon, with right-hander Daniel Hudson pitching to outfielder Mark Trumbo.


6/24/2014 | After rally in 11th, D-backs walk off with win in 14

Aaron Hill's single in the bottom of the 14th inning scored Gerardo Parra with the game winning run as the D-backs beat the Indians, 9-8, on Tuesday night at Chase Field.


6/24/2014 | Bauer returns to Chase Field with Indians

Three years after the D-backs took him third overall in the 2011 First-Year Player Draft, and a year and a half after they traded him to the Indians, Trevor Bauer was back at Chase Field.


6/24/2014 | Astros expect Correa to miss significant time

Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow reiterated on Tuesday that he expects Carlos Correa to miss a significant portion of the Minor League season after the club's No. 1 prospect injured his right ankle Saturday.


6/24/2014 | Votto impressed by Rizzo's evolution into total package

Anthony Rizzo may not rank among the top National League first basemen in All-Star balloting, but he got an endorsement from the Reds' Joey Votto.


6/24/2014 | Marshall undergoes season-ending surgery

Reds reliever Sean Marshall underwent season-ending arthroscopic surgery on Tuesday morning to clean out his left shoulder and infuse stem cells to facilitate healing.


6/24/2014 | Ventura remains confident in Belisario as closer

A day after Ronald Belisario allowed a walk-off three-run home run to Chris Davis that sealed a 6-4 loss to the Orioles, the White Sox went right back to their closer Tuesday night.


6/24/2014 | Carroll replaces Rienzo in starting rotation

Scott Carroll will replace Andre Rienzo in the White Sox rotation for the upcoming series in Toronto as manager Robin Ventura hopes to get Rienzo back to form in the bullpen.


6/24/2014 | Shoulder discomfort keeps Hanley out of lineup

Dodgers shortstop Hanley Ramirez couldn't start Tuesday because of recurring discomfort in his arthritic right A/C joint at the top of his shoulder, where he received a cortisone injection two weeks ago.


6/24/2014 | With focus solely on the field, C. Young hits two blasts

If Chris Young was in any imminent danger of losing his roster spot, he took a sizable step beyond that during Tuesday's 10-1 Mets win over the A's. Young's two home runs came mere hours after he learned of an ESPN report stating that he could be released as soon as Thursday, with the Mets eating the remainder of his $7.25 million contract.


6/24/2014 | Former Nat Duke thriving with Brewers

Early last year, left-hander Zach Duke couldn't find his niche with the Nationals. He was the only lefty in the bullpen and hardly used. When Duke was used -- mostly as a long reliever -- he was hit hard.


6/24/2014 | Amid slump, Braun swinging away

At some point he may not be given a choice, but for now slumping Brewers slugger Ryan Braun prefers to play his way out of a slump.


6/24/2014 | Zimmerman's 16th-inning blast nets long-awaited win

The Nationals played the longest game in their history on Tuesday night at Miller Park. It took Ryan Zimmerman to put an end to the marathon, as the Nationals defeated the Brewers, 4-2, in 16 innings.


6/24/2014 | Moreland undergoes major surgery

Mitch Moreland underwent ligament-reconstruction and bone-realignment surgery in his left ankle on Monday, and the Rangers are hopeful that he'll be ready for Spring Training.




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