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6/22/2014 | Gossage receives Monument Park plaque

As the Yankees celebrated Old-Timers' Day on Sunday, they took a moment to honor the career of Hall of Fame closer Rich "Goose" Gossage. The Yankees unveiled a plaque dedicated to Gossage to be installed in Monument Park.

6/22/2014 | Yankees celebrate 68th Old-Timers' Day

After taking batting practice, Johnny Damon joked that he officially knew why he was considered an Old-Timer. Damon and Hideki Matsui, both important contributors on the 2009 World Series champion Yankees, were both first-time participants at the 68th Annual Old-Timers' Day at Yankee Stadium. They were joined by Hall of Famers Yogi Berra, Whitey Ford, Rickey Henderson and Reggie Jackson, and Joe Torre, who will be inducted in July.

6/22/2014 | Pineda has setback, will wait a week to throw

The Yankees have been pretty vague when it comes to a timetable for injured starter Michael Pineda. But his return, scheduled for some time in August, may be pushed back a little longer after an MRI showed some trace amounts of inflammation on Saturday.

6/22/2014 | Lawrie will head to DL with fractured right index finger

Brett Lawrie is headed for the disabled list after he fractured his right index finger during Sunday's 4-3 loss to the Reds. Lawrie was struck on his right hand by a pitch from Reds right-hander Johnny Cueto during the second inning. He was later removed from the game and underwent an X-ray, which revealed the damage.

6/22/2014 | Revere back in lineup after missing five games

There was a pep to Ben Revere's step Sunday morning as he carried his bat back from the batting cage at Busch Stadium. Revere, out of the starting lineup the last five days with a swollen left knee, returned to the leadoff spot in the final game of the Phillies' seven-game road trip Sunday.

6/22/2014 | Castillo activated from DL; Whiteside designated

Catcher Welington Castillo was activated from the disabled list prior to Sunday's series finale with the Pirates. In a corresponding move, Eli Whiteside was designated for assignment.

6/22/2014 | Behind Martinez, Cards end homestand on high note

A homestand that started so promisingly ended in such a way, too, as the Cardinals brushed aside a three-game losing streak by taking the final two games for a series split with the Phillies. Sunday's 5-3 victory, which came in front of 43,484 at Busch Stadium, closed a 7-3 homestand for the Cards, who twice won games started by Carlos Martinez.

6/22/2014 | Harper ready for rehab assignment

Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper said he is ready to begin his rehab assignment which starts Monday with Class A Potomac. He will play at least two games for Potomac and be re-evaluated after that. Harper will be playing all three outfield positions during his rehab assignment.

6/22/2014 | Roark, Nationals open up space over Braves in NL East

The Nationals have to feel good about themselves after defeating the Braves, 4-1, at Nationals Park on Sunday afternoon. After splitting the four games series, the Nationals maintained their first-place lead in the National League East to a game and a half over Atlanta.

6/22/2014 | Krol to rest arm for a couple of weeks

Ian Krol's arm isn't hurt, he insists. It just doesn't have the life it did earlier in the season. That's enough of a concern for the Tigers that they wanted him to take a couple of weeks to recover.

6/22/2014 | Frazier's blast, Cueto's gem lift Reds to series win

A Todd Frazier two-run home run in the fifth inning gave ace Johnny Cueto and the Reds the lift needed for a 4-3 series-clinching win over the Blue Jays in Sunday's series finale.

6/22/2014 | Furcal placed on 15-day disabled list

The Marlins, as expected, placed Rafael Furcal on the 15-day disabled list on Sunday and recalled Derek Dietrich from Triple-A New Orleans to fill the open roster spot.

6/22/2014 | Top prospect Appel aims to get back on track

Right-hander Mark Appel, the top overall pick by the Astros in the 2013 First-Year Player Draft will look to put this year's struggles in the past when Class A Advanced Lancaster faces Lake Elsinore on Sunday.

6/22/2014 | Today's MLB starting lineups: June 22

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

6/22/2014 | Torres the first to try out protective cap in game

Padres reliever Alex Torres became the first pitcher to wear the protective cap approved for pitchers' use by MLB in a regular-season game while pitching in the eighth inning of Saturday's contest against the Dodgers.

6/22/2014 | Correa to be evaluated in Houston after ankle injury

Shortstop Carlos Correa, rated Astros' No. 1 prospect by, was scheduled to be sent to Houston in the coming days to be examined by a foot and ankle specialist after he injured his right ankle sliding into third base while playing for Class A Advanced Lancaster in Lake Elsinore, Calif., on Saturday.

6/22/2014 | Beckett's gem enough to withstand Padres' late threat

Josh Beckett pitched a four-hit shutout for seven innings and didn't allow a Padres runner past first base as the Dodgers beat the Padres, 4-2, on Saturday night at Petco Park.

6/22/2014 | Mechanics overhaul pays off for Verlander

Justin Verlander was done tinkering. This was closer to an overhaul. It's the exact process he didn't want to go through a couple weeks ago, not wanting to add the wear and tear on his arm. With a month of struggles on his record and his career trajectory in question, however, he stopped worrying about workload this week.

6/22/2014 | Kendrick pushes Angels past Rangers in 10th

Howie Kendrick doubled home the game-winning run in the 10th inning as the Angels outlasted the Rangers, 3-2, on Saturday night in Anaheim. Jered Weaver worked eight solid innings for a no-decision.

6/22/2014 | Back tightness prompts Morse's early exit

Giants first baseman Michael Morse left the game in the fifth inning against the D-backs on Saturday night with back tightness.

6/22/2014 | Giants strike first, hang on to beat D-backs

The Giants took an early lead Saturday and never let go, beating the D-backs, 6-4, in the second of three games at Chase Field.

6/21/2014 | Polanco extends hitting streak to 11 games

After Gregory Polanco's first week with the Pirates, Las Vegas books established him as the overwhelming favorite to win the National League Rookie of the Year race. What race?

6/21/2014 | Rios, Choice ejected after arguing balls and strikes

Rangers designated hitter Alex Rios was ejected in the fourth inning and Michael Choice in the 10th inning of Saturday night's game against the Angels for arguing balls and strikes.

6/21/2014 | Uribe, Elbert both play rehab game in Rancho

Juan Uribe, playing the field for the second consecutive night, is expected to meet the big league club in San Diego Sunday to be evaluated and could be activated for Monday night's series opener in Kansas City.

6/21/2014 | Streaking A's have sweep of Red Sox in sights

Looking to avoid a sweep, Jon Lester will attempt to cool the red-hot Athletics, and Boston's struggling offense will try to get going against lefty Tommy Milone on Sunday in the finale of a four-game set in Oakland.

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