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6/21/2014 | Norris exits vs. Yanks with tightness in right groin

Orioles starter Bud Norris exited Saturday afternoon's game against the Yankees prior to the bottom of the sixth inning with tightness in his right groin, although both Norris and the O's are optimistic he will make his next start.


6/21/2014 | Contreras pitches perfect ninth in debut

With the Reds' bullpen weary after working a combined 9 1/3 innings over the past two games, Cincinnati recalled right-hander Carlos Contreras from Double-A Pensacola on Saturday.


6/21/2014 | Bats stay hot as Leake's gem quiets Toronto

Once again, the Reds took a giant eight-run lead early on Saturday -- but this time, they got the ending right with an 11-1 victory over Toronto.


6/21/2014 | Bell hopes to get top pick Rodon signed soon

White Sox assistant general manager Buddy Bell has an old-school recommendation for Carlos Rodon, the talented first-round pick of the White Sox: The sooner the left-hander from North Carolina State signs, the better it could be for his career.


6/21/2014 | Saunders successful in first rehab contest

Mariners outfielder Michael Saunders collected three hits in his first rehab stint with Triple-A Tacoma. Saunders, who is on the 15-day DL with right shoulder inflammation, finished Friday's game 3-for-4 with a run, two RBIs and a walk.


6/21/2014 | Feeling good, CC to take throwing program to Florida

CC Sabathia threw a third successful 36-pitch bullpen session before Saturday's game and will head to Tampa, Fla., on Sunday to continue his throwing program.


6/21/2014 | Mariners staying Royally good with 9th heroics

Chris Young fired seven strong innings in a no-decision, while Dustin Ackley's go-ahead single in the ninth gave the Mariners a 2-1 victory over the Royals on Saturday at Kauffman Stadium.


6/21/2014 | Hechavarria sits with soreness in elbow

One of the most durable Marlins was scratched on Saturday. As the team was winding down batting practice, Adeiny Hechavarria -- who has been dealing with soreness in his right elbow since April 2013 -- headed to the clubhouse with trainer Sean Cunningham. "Sometimes it flares up," said manager Mike Redmond.


6/21/2014 | Ozuna might have thrown wrench into outfield plans

After seeing Marcell Ozuna throw out David Wright and Kirk Nieuwenhuis on Friday, Mike Redmond may reconsider how he uses his outfielders.


6/21/2014 | Hefner gradually increasing intensity of rehab

Jeremy Hefner, who underwent Tommy John surgery in August, is scheduled to throw his fourth bullpen session on Sunday. He will introduce breaking balls for the first time and also increase the intensity of his fastballs, to around 90 percent.


6/21/2014 | Wallach among four Canadian Hall inductees

Former Expos third baseman Tim Wallach and announcer Dave Van Horne were inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame on Saturday, along with Canadian-born former big league GM Murray Cook and the late Jim Ridley, a former scout and coach and a native Canadian.


6/21/2014 | Orioles use four homers to power past Yankees

Right-hander Ryan Webb turned in two scoreless innings after Bud Norris left with a groin injury, and an Orioles team that leads the Majors in home runs this month used four blasts -- including shortstop J.J. Hardy's long-awaited first of the season -- for a series-evening 6-1 win over the Yankees.


6/21/2014 | Aoki on DL with groin injury; Maxwell returns

Right fielder Nori Aoki was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Saturday by the Royals because of his recurring problems with a groin injury. To fill his roster spot, Justin Maxwell was recalled from Triple-A Omaha.


6/21/2014 | Pipeline preview: Russell, Midland face San Antonio

A strained right hamstring forced A's No. 1 prospect Addison Russell to spend much of the first half of the season on the disabled list. But he is healthy again and returned to Double-A Midland's lineup this week, just in time to face two of the best prospects in the Texas League.


6/21/2014 | NL races going down to wire

Voting for several NL starting spots in the 2014 All-Star Game remains too close to call with the game just a few weeks away.


6/21/2014 | Today's MLB starting lineups: June 21

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


6/21/2014 | Best record aside, A's taking nothing for granted

The A's are the real deal. They're talented and they're deep. Their six-game lead in the American League West is the largest in any division. They've scored the most runs and have the lowest ERA.


6/21/2014 | Happy feat: Trout in awe of his new Nike cleat

Angels star Mike Trout became only the second baseball player (Ken Griffey Jr. was the first) to have his very own signature shoe line with Nike. That's a big deal in a big industry, and it's a big deal for a big-time talent like Trout.


6/21/2014 | Goldschmidt continues spell over Lincecum

Paul Goldschmidt knew the questions were coming, but the D-backs first baseman still had no answer for why he has dominated Giants right-hander Tim Lincecum so thoroughly in his short career. Goldschmidt was at it again Friday as he went 2-for-2 with a double and a walk against the two-time Cy Young winner.


6/21/2014 | Padres walk off on Cabrera's sacrifice fly

Everth Cabrera hit a game-winning sacrifice fly to cap a three-run, ninth-inning rally to help the Padres beat the Dodgers, 6-5, Friday night at Petco Park.


6/21/2014 | Van Slyke safe at second after call overturned

The Dodgers' Scott Van Slyke was ruled safe at second base on Friday night after the original call was overturned following a replay.


6/21/2014 | Blue Jays, Reds play one for the books

Friday's Interleague series opener between the Blue Jays and Reds became a night to remember. In a contest that lasted exactly four hours, featured six home runs, 26 hits, 11 walks, 13 pitchers and 15 runs scored with two outs, to say this was an epic affair would be an understatement.


6/21/2014 | Puig exits early with mild hip strain

Dodgers right fielder Yasiel Puig was removed in the eighth inning of Friday night's game with the Padres with a mild left hip muscle strain.


6/21/2014 | Optioned Gausman won't miss start for O's

The Orioles optioned right-hander Kevin Gausman on Friday, but he'll make a start as the O's 26th player during Friday's doubleheader against the Rays.


6/21/2014 | J.D. Martinez's hot streak helping carry Detroit

J.D. Martinez's week began with Royals outfielders making highlight catches to rob him of base hits. Now, it's taking heroic efforts just to get him out.




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