6/24/2014 | Rays not rushing Hellickson back
Jeremy Hellickson will make a fifth rehab start for Triple-A Durham. Hellickson (right elbow) gave up six runs (five earned) in five innings for Durham in his fourth rehab start Sunday night. Included in his line were a home run, eight hits and seven strikeouts.
6/24/2014 | Trade rumors, uncertainty putting Price in 'bad mood'
David Price trade rumors are here to stay and will continue to grow until the left-hander is traded or until after the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline passes.
6/24/2014 | Kershaw fires more zeros as Dodgers blank Royals
Clayton Kershaw wasn't perfect or even unhittable Tuesday night, just the run-of-the-mill Cy Young version that shut out the Royals on six hits for eight innings in the Dodgers' 2-0 Interleague win.
6/24/2014 | Morrow's goal is returning to help Blue Jays in 2014
Brandon Morrow was back with the Blue Jays on Tuesday afternoon to continue his rehab from a torn tendon sheath in his right index finger. He began throwing late last week and will continue doing so under the watchful eye of Toronto's medical staff.
6/24/2014 | Bucs activate Walker, outright Tabata to Triple-A
The Pirates activated second baseman Neil Walker from the disabled list on Tuesday in advance of their game against the Rays at Tropicana Field. In the corresponding roster move, Pittsburgh outrighted outfielder Jose Tabata to Triple-A Indianapolis.
6/24/2014 | Phillies try to bolster outfield with Sizemore
It is no secret Phillies outfielders have struggled this season. So the club is wondering if Grady Sizemore can help. The Phils signed Sizemore on Tuesday to a Minor League contract after the Red Sox released him last Wednesday.
6/24/2014 | Bautista sits, but won't rule out pinch-hitting
Jose Bautista remained out of action on Tuesday because of a mild strain in his left hamstring.
6/24/2014 | Encarnacion's All-Star hopes survive collision at first
The Blue Jays survived a serious scare on Tuesday night when Edwin Encarnacion came away feeling fine after a violent collision at first base.
6/24/2014 | CC slated to make first rehab start on Tuesday
Injured starter CC Sabathia had a productive outing in a simulated game on Tuesday, and he will make his first rehab start on Saturday with Class A Advanced Tampa.
6/24/2014 | Beltran no longer throwing, will only DH for now
Carlos Beltran's return to the outfield won't be happening anytime soon after it was revealed on Tuesday that he experienced forearm tightness while throwing over the weekend.
6/24/2014 | Machado's appeal hearing to be held Wednesday
Orioles third baseman Manny Machado is scheduled to have his appeal on a five-game suspension heard in Baltimore on Wednesday.
6/24/2014 | Blue Jays withstand Yanks' rally, walk off with win
Jose Reyes hit a leadoff double in the ninth inning before Yankees third baseman Yangervis Solarte threw away the ball on a sacrifice-bunt attempt by Melky Cabrera as the Blue Jays walked off with a 7-6 victory over New York on Tuesday night.
6/24/2014 | Chen activated, Collins down, Joseph designated
Left-handed pitcher Bruce Chen was in and two other left-handers, Tim Collins and Donnie Joseph, were out as the Royals made roster moves on Tuesday.
6/24/2014 | Player chatter has All-Star ballot buzz
Now that you've seen the weekly American League and National League updates on your All-Star Game MLB.com Ballot Sponsored by Experian, it's time to ask the candidates themselves what they think of the voting.
6/24/2014 | d'Arnaud recalled by Mets, belts three-run homer
Estimating that his previous struggles were "95-percent mental," catcher Travis d'Arnaud returned to the big leagues Tuesday with something significant to prove. He promptly began that process hours later, smashing a three-run homer in a 10-1 Mets win over the A's.
6/24/2014 | Set for broadcast slate, Ripken talks Tanaka, AL East
Cal Ripken, one of baseball's all-time great players and an analyst for TBS, joined a national conference call on Tuesday to share his thoughts on the sport. Ripken will call his first game July 6, one of 13 Sunday broadcasts for the cable channel this season.
6/24/2014 | Obstruction rule adjusted for force plays at home
Major League Baseball has adjusted Rule 7.13, which was put in place this season to help protect catchers and baserunners from unnecessary collisions at home plate. Effective immediately, umpires have been instructed not to enforce the new rule when it involves a force play at the plate.
6/24/2014 | Dodgers prospect Pederson injures right shoulder
Outfielder Joc Pederson, the Dodgers' No. 2 prospect, left Triple-A Albuquerque's game at Iowa on Tuesday in the first inning with a right shoulder injury.
6/24/2014 | Bucs activate Walker, outright Tabata to Triple-A
The Pirates activated Neil Walker from the disabled list on Tuesday. The second baseman returns to the active roster after a two-week recovery from an appendectomy, with the Bucs activating Walker and outrighting Jose Tabata to Triple-A Indianapolis to make room for him.
6/24/2014 | Tigers reacquire Schlereth in deal with Bucs
The latest left-hander in the Triple-A Toledo bullpen is a familiar face who has been there before. With Patrick McCoy and Blaine Hardy both up with the Tigers for the near future, Detroit reacquired Daniel Schlereth from Pittsburgh on Tuesday for cash considerations, sources confirmed to MLB.com. The Tigers haven't confirmed the deal.
6/24/2014 | A's activate Reddick, place Blanks on DL
The Oakland A's reinstated outfielder Josh Reddick from the disabled list and placed first baseman Kyle Blanks on the 15-day DL retroactive to June 23 with a strained left calf, the club announced today.
6/24/2014 | Fielding to determine Holland's next step
Derek Holland, sidelined since undergoing surgery on his left knee in January, is expected to go through another extensive fielding practice this week. How he performs could determine when he is ready to go on a rehab assignment.
6/24/2014 | Red-hot Martinez grateful to learn from struggles
J.D. Martinez, the reigning American League Player of the Week, brought his tear into a new week, hitting a go-ahead two-run homer in the Tigers' 8-2 win over the Rangers.
6/24/2014 | Flashing back through Futures Game history
A look back at some of the top plays and players in the 15-year history of the Futures Game.
6/24/2014 | Several pitchers have impressed with no-no encores
From Johnny Vander Meer in 1938 to Justin Verlander in 2011, several no-no encores have been almost as impressive as the original outings.
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