6/19/2014 | Brignac sprains ankle on play at first, goes on DL
Reid Brignac sprained his left ankle when he and Shelby Miller reached the base at the same time and both slid feet-first. Brignac was helped off the field by a team trainer.
6/19/2014 | Rockies recall Friedrich for rotation hole
The Rockies will recall left-hander Christian Friedrich to start on Saturday afternoon against the Brewers at Coors Field. It will be Friedrich's first Major League appearance since July 28, 2012, his last appearance before being shut down for the season with a back injury.
6/19/2014 | Buchholz's next start to come at big league level
Clay Buchholz threw six shutout innings in his second rehab start with Triple-A Pawtucket on Thursday, and manager John Farrell expects the right-hander's next outing to be in the Majors.
6/19/2014 | Doubront to come off DL, start Friday against A's
Left-hander Felix Doubront will start Friday for the Red Sox in place of suspended righty Brandon Workman, manager John Farrell confirmed before Thursday's series opener against the A's.
6/19/2014 | Jeter climbing hits charts on farewell tour
The recent resurgence of Derek Jeter proves once again that no one should ever count out the nearly 40-year-old Yankees captain, writes columnist Barry M. Bloom.
6/19/2014 | Mills to make A's debut against Red Sox
Lefty Brad Mills, dealt to the A's from the Brewers for all of 100 pennies on Tuesday, will start in place of the injured Drew Pomeranz on Friday night vs. the Red Sox.
6/19/2014 | Braves continue dominance of Nats with shutout
Chris Johnson had a big night and Gavin Floyd spun a gem before suffering an elbow fracture as the Braves downed the Nats, 3-0, on Thursday at Nationals Park.
6/19/2014 | Gomez extends on-base streak to 32, matches Yount
Carlos Gomez struck out three times Thursday before he blooped an eighth-inning single, extending his hitting streak to a career-best 15 games and his streak of reaching base to 32 games. The latter is the longest current streak in the Major Leagues, and tied Gomez with Robin Yount's 1989 run for the sixth-best in Brewers history.
6/19/2014 | Wheeler's three-hit shutout, Wright's HR lift Mets
A pitchers' duel took form on Thursday night at Marlins Park, and the Mets took the upper hand as a David Wright home run was all Zack Wheeler needed to beat the Marlins, 1-0.
6/19/2014 | Wacha to skip next start to preserve arm
The Cardinals entered this season planning to once again closely monitor Michael Wacha's workload so as not to push the young starter too far in his budding Major League career.
6/19/2014 | Kelly nears Minor League rehab assignment
Joe Kelly intends to show some restraint in running when he finally returns to the field.
6/19/2014 | Asche with team, but not yet activated
Cody Asche, who has been sidelined since May 22 with a strained left hamstring, was at Busch Stadium on Thursday as the Phillies begin a four-game series with the Cardinals, but the team has yet to activate him.
6/19/2014 | Romero out for season following leg surgery
Blue Jays left-hander Ricky Romero, who was pitching for Triple-A Buffalo, had inflammation cleaned out in his left quadriceps tendon on Tuesday will miss the rest of the season.
6/19/2014 | Floyd headed to DL with right elbow fracture
Gavin Floyd was in the midst of completing a gem before suffering what appears to be a season-ending right elbow injury during the seventh inning of Thursday night's 3-0 win over the Nationals.
6/19/2014 | White Sox thrilled 39th-round pick opts for college
James Davison, a recent graduate from Morgan Park High School, has turned down a chance to sign with the White Sox to attend Howard College in Big Spring, Texas. And nobody is happier than the White Sox, writes columnist Phil Rogers.
6/19/2014 | Reuss relives near-perfect no-hitter post-Kershaw
Clayton Kershaw isn't the only tall left-handed Dodgers pitcher to lose a perfect game on a shortstop's throwing error. It also happened to Jerry Reuss on June 27, 1980, against the Giants at Candlestick Park.
6/19/2014 | Yanks gain on two reviews against Blue Jays
Yankees starter David Phelps was able to escape a first-inning jam against the Blue Jays in Thursday night's 6-4 win thanks to an overturned safe call on a pickoff play against Melky Cabrera. In the eighth, an out call at first on Dioner Navarro was ruled to stand as Toronto manager John Gibbons lost the challenge.
6/19/2014 | Peacock back with club after resting from illness
Astros pitcher Brad Peacock, who is scheduled to start Saturday against the Rays, rejoined the club Thursday in Florida after flying in from Houston. Peacock didn't travel with the team to Washington after becoming ill following his start on Sunday.
6/19/2014 | Gee likely to make first rehab start next week
Dillon Gee's first rehab start could come as soon as Monday or Tuesday. Gee, recovering from a right lat strain since mid-May and who has been working out in Port St. Lucie, Fla., visited the Mets at Marlins Park on Thursday and threw a 50-pitch bullpen before the opener of a four-game set in stormy South Florida.
6/19/2014 | Swisher adds name to walk-off slam lore
Nick Swisher has struggled this season, but adding his first career walk-off grand slam to Indians lore might be the jolt he needs.
6/19/2014 | Rehabbing Harper puts on show in batting practice
Nationals left fielder Bryce Harper put on an awe-inspiring display early Thursday when he took live batting practice on the field for the first time since tearing a ligament in his left thumb in April.
6/19/2014 | Ramos progressing, nearing rehab assignment
Nationals manager Matt Williams said catcher Wilson Ramos is progressing through running drills without any problems as he works his way back from a right hamstring strain.
6/19/2014 | Gregg returns to Marlins, likes new setup in Miami
Kevin Gregg is back with a familiar organization, but so much has changed since he was traded by the Marlins to the Cubs after the 2008 season.
6/19/2014 | Still feeling light-headed, J-Up out of lineup
Braves left fielder Justin Upton is hoping the dizziness that has sidelined him the past couple of days is a product of an inner ear ailment that he might have acquired while playing four games last week in the high altitude at Coors Field.
6/19/2014 | Angels determined to rise to Trout's level
Mike Trout has convincingly re-asserted his claim to the mythical title of Best Player in Baseball, while the Angels have done a better, though imperfect, job of supporting him.
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