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6/20/2014 | J-Up to be evaluated for recent dizziness

Justin Upton was hoping to resume his full-time responsibilities on Friday against the Nationals.


6/20/2014 | Mets yet to decide odd man out upon Gee's return

With Dillon Gee's return to the rotation looming, Mets manager Terry Collins isn't any closer to deciding which of his starters is going to the bullpen.


6/20/2014 | Gattis extends record hitting streak to 19 games

Evan Gattis has displayed his power while hitting more home runs than any other Major League catcher this season. But over the past three weeks, the Braves backstop has proven he can also be a consistent offensive threat.


6/20/2014 | Brewers flex muscles, edge Rox in Mile High slugfest

On most nights, spotting the opponent six runs on the road in the first two innings is a death wish for a starting pitcher. Then again, most nights your No. 8 hitter doesn't double his home run total in one game. Right-hander Marco Estrada settled down enough for the Brewers to cling to a 13-10 win Friday over the Rockies.


6/20/2014 | Brantley cleared; returns as pinch-hitter in ninth

Michael Brantley made his return to the Tribe a day earlier than expected when he pinch-hit for Mike Aviles in Friday night's 6-4 loss to Detroit.


6/20/2014 | Yelich expected to come off DL on first day possible

All signs point to Christian Yelich returning to the Marlins when he is first eligible to come off the disabled list. Barring any unforeseen setbacks, the target date is for the 22-year-old left fielder to be reinstated on June 29, which will be the finale of a three-game series against the A's.


6/20/2014 | Hellickson's future unclear beyond fourth rehab start

Jeremy Hellickson will make his fourth rehab start Sunday in Durham for the Triple-A Bulls. He allowed seven runs (three earned) on 12 hits in 2 2/3 innings in his previous outing at Triple-A.


6/20/2014 | Richards delivers seventh win as Angels beat Rangers

Garrett Richards, putting up All-Star numbers in his first full season as a starter, delivered handsomely for the Angels in a 7-3 victory over the Rangers on Friday night that featured offensive contributions from a variety of sources.


6/20/2014 | Yankees surprise Jefferson during HOPE Week

As part of the Yankees' sixth annual HOPE (Helping Others Persevere and Excel) Week -- which recognizes individuals or groups worthy of recognition and support -- Quai Jefferson and his mother, Vaida, were honored in surprise fashion by multiple Yankees on Friday.


6/20/2014 | Trout shares Yogi's mantra

He was a Derek Jeter fan growing up in Millville, N.J., but Angels superstar Mike Trout is in complete agreement with the philosophy of another Yankees legend, Yogi Berra, when it comes to hitting.


6/20/2014 | Washington not concerned about Choo's bat

Rangers manager Ron Washington said Friday he isn't concerned by outfielder Shin-Soo Choo's prolonged cold spell "because he has a track record."


6/20/2014 | Miller's blast fuels two-run ninth to beat Royals

Brad Miller belted a go-ahead homer and Logan Morrison added an RBI single in a two-run ninth that gave the Mariners a 7-5 win over the Royals on Friday night at Kauffman Stadium.


6/20/2014 | Delabar sent down for second time in week

Steve Delabar's tumultuous week continued on Friday afternoon as he was optioned to Triple-A Buffalo for the second time in four days.


6/20/2014 | Encarnacion leads Blue Jays' epic comeback

The Blue Jays appeared to be down and out, but little by little they chipped away at an eight-run deficit and ended up pulling off one of the largest comebacks in franchise history with a 14-9 victory over the Reds on Friday night at Great American Ball Park.


6/20/2014 | Jumbo's journey to Majors culminates in Cincinnati

For 30-year-old Jose "Jumbo" Diaz, a long road to the Majors is finally at its destination after 12 seasons and 340 games pitched in the Minor Leagues for four organizations. The Reds selected his contract from Triple-A Louisville on Friday, but he struggled in his debut.


6/20/2014 | Rondon's health priority for cautious Cubs

Righty Hector Rondon remains the Cubs' No. 1 closing option, but the club is being careful with his usage.


6/20/2014 | Putz designated for assignment by D-backs

D-backs reliever J.J. Putz knew something was bound to happen. Following Thursday afternoon's game, he found out exactly what that something was. The D-backs designated the veteran for assignment, meaning they have 10 days to waive, trade or release him.


6/20/2014 | Verlander's season struggles go beyond velocity dip

At 31, Justin Verlander is far from old, but it's hard to miss that Verlander circa 2014 is not nearly as effective as the '13 vintage, who in turn was less potent than in '12 and '11. Something is amiss with the Tigers' right-hander, who is on his way to his worst season since '08.


6/20/2014 | Home plate at center of two Wrigley replays

The Pirates avoided an early deficit in their 6-3 loss to the Cubs on Friday afternoon when a manager's challenge resulted in a run being taken off the Cubs' side of the scoreboard. In the the top of the next inning, the Pirates were unsuccessful in getting a run put on the board.


6/20/2014 | MLB responds to Papi's comments on official scorer

David Ortiz was mum Friday when asked what he thought of a statement issued by Major League Baseball executive Joe Torre, who expressed disapproval at Ortiz's complaints regarding an official scoring decision made Wednesday at Fenway Park.


6/20/2014 | Cubs happy with Schwarber's quick progress

Kyle Schwarber, selected by the Cubs with the No. 4 overall pick in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, was promoted to Class A Kane County on Tuesday after just five games with short-season Boise.


6/20/2014 | Epstein reflects on Bryant, Triple-A promotions

The big league club has been playing well lately, but with the Cubs still in rebuilding mode, the focus for many fans turns to the potential future stars moving through the system.


6/20/2014 | Digital Academy's myHits a hit with kids

The service, introduced by Major League Baseball Advanced Media and Big League Analysis, allows you to upload a hitting swing video and compare it side-by-side with the swing of a current Major League player.


6/20/2014 | Close races abound in AL All-Star balloting

While a few players have healthy leads in the American League All-Star Game voting, others races are far too close to call and will likely come down to the wire. This includes shortstop, where Derek Jeter is trying to hold on for a starting bid in his final Midsummer Classic.


6/20/2014 | Cingrani optioned; Price hopes for short stay in Minors

The Reds on Friday optioned left-handed pitcher Tony Cingrani to Triple-A Louisville and selected the contract of right-handed reliever Jumbo Diaz from Louisville.




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