6/30/2014 | Chacin joins long list of Rockies on DL
The Rockies placed right-handed pitcher Jhoulys Chacin on the 15-day disabled list with right shoulder inflammation on Monday.
6/30/2014 | Lincecum readies for second no-no encore
After twirling his second career no-hitter against the Padres last Wednesday, Tim Lincecum will be back at it on Tuesday (7:15 p.m. PT at AT&T Park) against the Cardinals.
6/30/2014 | Mariners recall Walker to start against Astros
As expected, the Mariners recalled top right-handed pitching prospect Taijuan Walker on Monday afternoon in time to start the evening's game against the Astros at Minute Maid Park.
6/30/2014 | Twins activate Plouffe, Nunez; Florimon down
The Twins on Monday reinstated infielders Trevor Plouffe and Eduardo Nunez from the disabled list after both players missed the last 14 games because of injuries sustained in a game at Detroit on June 14.
6/30/2014 | Seager named AL Player of the Week
Mariners infielder Kyle Seager has been named the American League Player of the Week after leading the Majors with 14 hits and a .958 slugging percentage.
6/30/2014 | No-hitter earns Lincecum NL Player of the Week Award
His second career no-hitter has earned Giants right-hander Tim Lincecum his third career National League Player of the Week Award.
6/30/2014 | Dodgers mourn loss of '81 club's Castillo at 59
Former Dodgers pitcher Bobby Castillo, a member of the 1981 World Series championship team and the teammate credited with teaching Fernando Valenzuela a screwball, died on Monday after a battle with cancer. He was 59.
6/30/2014 | Marlins acquire reliever Joseph from Royals
Add another deal to the busiest in-season transaction month in the Marlins' history. On Monday, Miami announced the acquisition of lefty reliever Donnie Joseph from the Royals in exchange for cash considerations.
6/30/2014 | Royals trade lefty Joseph to Marlins for cash
After two brief stints in the Majors, left-handed pitcher Donnie Joseph was sent to the Miami Marlins for cash.
6/30/2014 | Ibanez: Royals 'my favorite opportunity'
After being released by the Angels on June 21, Raul Ibanez had numerous suitors, but decided that Kansas City is the right place for him to play.
6/30/2014 | Harper provides spark as Nats at full strength
Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper, who was reinstated from the 15-day disabled list after missing 59 games because of a torn thumb ligament, returned to the lineup in left field for the series opener against the Rockies on Monday night.
6/30/2014 | Former GM Cashen dies at age 88
Frank Cashen, who fancied bow ties, a beer at the bar, a book and The Bard, is gone. A learned gentleman who oversaw the assembly of the powerful Orioles teams of the 1960s and '70s and the talented Mets teams of the '80s died Monday with a legacy of success firmly in place. The Mets said he was 88.
6/30/2014 | Bucs to keep hot-hitting Harrison in utility role
As Josh Harrison keeps getting hotter -- he's 5-for-12 in his last three games and has a hit in eight of his last nine -- Pirates brass keep telling fans to chill.
6/30/2014 | Royals sign veteran hitter Ibanez to big league deal
The Royals signed free agent outfielder/designated hitter Raul Ibanez to a Major League contract on Monday. In addition, they recalled infielder Christian Colon from Triple-A Omaha and designated infielder Pedro Ciriaco and outfielder Justin Maxwell for assignment.
6/30/2014 | Despite early bumps, Boston making its move
The Boston Red Sox are a mere six games out of first place in the American League East, and how about we chew on that one for a bit? All things considered, it's a pretty remarkable place to be. Want to bet against Dustin Pedroia? That's what I thought you'd say.
6/30/2014 | Cards recall top prospect Taveras, option Rondon
Cardinals top prospect Oscar Taveras was recalled from Triple-A Memphis on Monday to take the place of right-hander Jorge Rondon, who was optioned to Memphis following Sunday's game against the Dodgers.
6/30/2014 | Sarah's Take: Injuries may stifle streaking Dodgers
On June 8, the Dodgers trailed the Giants by 9 1/2 games, but Los Angeles caught San Francisco on Sunday. Losing 15 out of their last 19 games, the Giants appear to have lost the edge on the National League West. Although the Dodgers are in a tie for first place, they have suffered recent injuries that will weaken the team.
6/30/2014 | Kingham, Nunez are Pipeline Prospects of the Week
Pirates' pitching prospect Nick Kingham and Oakland Athletics' Renato Nunez are the Pipeline Prospects of the Week.
6/30/2014 | Five things to watch for from Marlins in second half
Considering how the Marlins have stayed within striking distance in the National League East and the Wild Card races, the expectation is to make a second-half run.
6/30/2014 | Machado's five-game suspension upheld
Third baseman Manny Machado's five-game suspension, stemming from a June 8 incident against the A's, was upheld Monday, the Orioles said.
6/30/2014 | Crawford displays potential among experienced field
Crawford's recent promotion to Class A Advanced Clearwater and the Futures Game assignment are clear signs of how highly the Phillies regard their shortstop of the future, no matter his age or experience.
6/30/2014 | Brewers prospect Arcia tearing it up at plate
Brewers No. 4 prospect Orlando Arcia said more than enough about how well things have been going for him when he said he needs to improve on defense. The shortstop's calling card is his slick fielding so that speaks to the kind of tear Arcia is on right now at the plate.
6/30/2014 | Braves' Simmons adds a power arm to bullpen
Almost exactly two years after being selected by the Braves, Shae Simmons is already pitching in the big leagues. Generally, we hear about first- or second-round Draft picks ascending to the big leagues relatively quickly -- but not a 22nd-round selection.
6/30/2014 | Brewers stack up with successful 2011 club
Is this the best Brewers team ever? Measured purely by wins and losses -- 51-33, the best 84-game start in franchise history, and currently the most wins in the Major Leagues with the Oakland A's -- the answer is yes. But by most other measures the answer is a clear no.
6/30/2014 | Rosters to be revealed on All-Star selection show
Fourth of July weekend will have its grand finale on Sunday night, when the American League and National League rosters are revealed on the Taco Bell All-Star Selection Show at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN.
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