6/18/2014 | Abreu, Dunn slug White Sox past Giants' Hudson
Adam Dunn hit a three-run homer and Jose Abreu rocketed a two-run shot, his 20th, to help Chris Sale and the White Sox knock off the Giants, 7-6, on Wednesday afternoon in Chicago. Sale struck out seven over six-plus innings to improve to 6-1.
6/18/2014 | Matheny irked by Brewers' All-Star vote video
The Brewers' clever attempt to rally the All-Star Game fan vote behind catcher Jonathan Lucroy quickly reached St. Louis, where manager Mike Matheny wasn't exactly thrilled to see his star catcher as the centerpiece of the campaign spoof.
6/18/2014 | Colon pulls double duty in win in St. Louis
Bartolo Colon held the Cardinals to one hit in eight innings and hit his first career double Wednesday in a 3-2 Mets win at Busch Stadium.
6/18/2014 | Ozzie returns to U.S. Cellular Field
Ozzie Guillen made his first game appearance at U.S. Cellular Field since his successful eight-year managerial run with the White Sox came to a close at the end of the 2011 season.
6/18/2014 | Moreland scheduled for season-ending surgery
Rangers first baseman Mitch Moreland is scheduled to undergo reconstructive surgery on his left ankle on Monday, and he is expected to miss the rest of the season. The Rangers expect Moreland to have a full recovery and be ready for Spring Training.
6/18/2014 | Gibson runs scoreless-innings streak to 22
Twins right-hander Kyle Gibson threw seven shutout innings for a third straight outing on Wednesday afternoon in Minnesota's 2-1 loss in 10 innings the Red Sox, running his scoreless streak to 22 innings in the process.
6/18/2014 | Colon doubles for first hit since 2005
Bartolo Colon doubled and scored in the sixth inning of Wednesday's game against the Cardinals, marking his first hit since 2005 and just the 11th of his 17-year career.
6/18/2014 | Royals' Chen strikes out 11 in Triple-A rehab start
Left-hander Bruce Chen set out to prove he was ready to return to the Royals, and he may have done so Wednesday in a rehab start for Triple-A Omaha.
6/18/2014 | Reddick opens rehab stint at Sacramento
A's right fielder Josh Reddick, sidelined most of this month with a hyperextended right knee, is set to begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday night.
6/18/2014 | Padres to hold public memorial for Gwynn
On behalf of the Gwynn family, the San Diego Padres today announced that a free, public memorial tribute to Tony Gwynn will be held on Thursday, June 26, at 7:19 p.m. PT at Petco Park.
6/18/2014 | Phils sweep Braves on season-high 18 hits
The Phillies have struggled for much of the season, but thanks to a season-high 18 hits in Wednesday's 10-5 win over the Braves, the Phils have suddenly won seven of their last nine games.
6/18/2014 | Stanton day to day with left wrist contusion
Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton came out of the series finale against the Cubs in the seventh inning on Wednesday with a left wrist contusion. He is day to day.
6/18/2014 | Royals win 10th straight behind Infante's homer
The Royals made it three in a row over Detroit, this time by a margin of 2-1, on Wednesday with 37,209 fans at Comerica Park, increasing their lead in the American League Central to 1 1/2 games over the Tigers.
6/18/2014 | Pagan leaves club to have back examined in Phoenix
The Giants sent center fielder Angel Pagan to Arizona ahead of the rest of the club Wednesday so he could have his stiff back examined as quickly as possible.
6/18/2014 | Gordon's catch saves potential tying run
Alex Gordon demonstrated again in Wednesday's 2-1 victory over the Tigers why he has won three straight Gold Glove Awards as the Royals' left fielder.
6/18/2014 | Wieters optimistic he'll be ready for Opening Day
Orioles catcher Matt Wieters, a day removed from season-ending Tommy John surgery on his right elbow, said in a telephone interview Wednesday he plans on being with the team for the final two months and is optimistic about being ready for 2015's Opening Day.
6/18/2014 | Warren strong possibility to move into rotation
Yankees reliever Adam Warren's name continues to emerge as a candidate to join the starting rotation, now that Shawn Kelley is back in the bullpen.
6/18/2014 | McCann's five RBIs lead Yankees past first-place Jays
Brian McCann busted out of a prolonged power-hitting slump by tying a career high with five RBIs, led by a go-ahead two-run homer off Mark Buehrle in the fourth inning, leading the Yankees to a 7-3 victory over the American League East-leading Blue Jays.
6/18/2014 | Workman's six-game suspension upheld by MLB
Red Sox right-hander Brandon Workman started serving his six-game suspension Wednesday after an appeal with Major League Baseball did not reduce any of the penalty.
6/18/2014 | Wainwright set to make next start
Adam Wainwright declared himself ready to start, as scheduled, on Saturday after throwing 35-40 pitches in a morning bullpen session at Busch Stadium on Wednesday.
6/18/2014 | Smith has quick path from rookie ball to Detroit
Chad Smith spent the first year of his pro career rehabbing from Tommy John surgery. Two years after his return, the right-handed sinkerballer is getting a chance in the big leagues, and the Tigers are getting a look at yet another reliever to try to address their overtaxed, underperforming bullpen.
6/18/2014 | Bats quiet all day, Sox swat back-to-back HRs in 10th
All day, the Red Sox couldn't get a run across. But then when they needed to most, they came up with back-to-back blasts in the bottom of the 10th, the latter a walk-off shot by Mike Napoli that finished off a thrilling 2-1 victory to complete a three-game sweep of the Twins on Wednesday afternoon at Fenway Park.
6/18/2014 | La Stella bumped to leadoff, Heyward to fifth
On Wednesday, for the first time since last July 27, a healthy Jason Heyward did not bat leadoff for the Braves. Manager Fredi Gonzalez decided to bat rookie Tommy La Stella atop the order and bump Heyward down to the fifth spot.
6/18/2014 | Day after dizziness, J-Up rests
Braves outfielder Justin Upton did not play in Wednesday afternoon's 10-5 loss to the Phillies at Turner Field, but he was available to come off the bench after exiting Tuesday night's 5-2 loss with dizziness and lightheadedness.
6/18/2014 | Hellickson close, not quite ready for return
Jeremy Hellickson appears headed for at least one more rehab start, according to what the right-hander told reporters after Wednesday's 2-0 Rays loss to the Orioles.
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