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6/17/2014 | Masset suspended for three games

Major League Baseball issued Rockies right-handed relief pitcher Nick Masset a three-game suspension and an undisclosed fine on Tuesday for hitting the Braves' Evan Gattis with a ninth-inning pitch during Thursday's 10-3 victory.

6/17/2014 | Indians sign first-round pick Zimmer

The Indians have signed first-round Draft pick Bradley Zimmer, an outfielder from the University of San Francisco, the team announced on Tuesday.

6/17/2014 | Many of game's best are gone young

With the death of Tony Gwynn at 54 on Monday, we recall members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame who died young.

6/17/2014 | Gwynn's legacy has even more to give

Tony Gwynn was regarded as both a Hall of Fame player and Hall of Fame person. Yet there's another meaningful element of Gwynn's life and his death that has the potential to punctuate his legacy all the more.

6/17/2014 | Two-run blasts help Elias dispatch Padres

Jesus Montero and Robinson Cano each cracked a two-run home run and rookie Roenis Elias threw a seven-inning gem as the Mariners topped the Padres, 6-1, on Tuesday to sweep a two-game Interleague series at Safeco Field.

6/17/2014 | Pena gives Rangers first-base option

The Rangers added to their first-base depth by signing Carlos Pena to a Minor League contract and assigning him to Triple-A Round Rock.

6/17/2014 | Seeing Gwynn play worth a trip across country

Cross-country road trips to San Diego were worth it for the chance to see and talk with Jerry Coleman and Tony Gwynn. And now, the available moments and those two wonderful men are gone, taken from us.

6/17/2014 | Fantasy Q&A: How will Springer, Heaney fare?

Fred Zinkie answers all of your fantasy questions, from where George Springer will rank in next year's outfield ranks to the value of Tommy La Stella.

6/17/2014 | Gwynn was one of best hitters in baseball history

The baseball world lost legend and Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn on Monday. After a long, courageous battle with cancer, Gwynn passed away at the age of 54. During his 20-year career, Gwynn had a .338 batting average.

6/17/2014 | Gordon ready to follow family's footsteps into Majors

Minnesota not only got the best high school position player in the country, but also one who does not seem fazed by the big league lifestyle.

6/17/2014 | Bryant slugs way to Double-A Home Run Derby crown

Kris Bryant is serving notice that his power will play in any league. Bryant, the Cubs' top pick and the second overall selection in the 2013 First-Year Player Draft, put on a show at the Double-A Southern League's Home Run Derby on Monday, hitting 16 homers to win the competition.

6/17/2014 | Tigers finalize deals with 24 draftees, including Hill

The Tigers made their first batch of official signings on draft picks Tuesday, and it was a big batch. Detroit finalized deals with 24 draft picks, including their top three and six of the top 10.

6/17/2014 | Teixeira on hand as Harlem RBI honors Mo

Harlem RBI hosted its annual fundraising gala, Bids for Kids,on Monday and honored former Yankees closer Mariano Rivera and JPMorgan Chase & Co. vice chairman Jimmy Lee. Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira, a Harlem RBI Board member since 2010, was also in attendance. Teixeira is currently spearheading his Dream Team 25 program, which is aiming its first expansion into the South Bronx.

6/17/2014 | Today's MLB starting lineups: June 17

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

6/17/2014 | Brewers' approach to pitching development paying off

Milwaukee has sometimes been seen as an organization that struggles to produce homegrown arms, but the emergence of Nelson and several other pitchers shows that the Brewers may be changing that reputation.

6/17/2014 | Players have new take on Old-Timers' Games

Have you noticed that the Old-Timers' Game, once a sure-thing staple of baseball promotions, is now about as prevalent as the brontosaurus? For the participants, it can be a reminder that they can no longer play the game at the same level they once did. They don't need that. And maybe the rest of us don't, either.

6/17/2014 | When velocity dips, it's time to get crafty on mound

The transition from power to finesse, from force to intellect, is a challenge pitchers inevitably face. At that crossroads, the pitcher who stops trying to be what he was and focuses on what he is, using the tools at his disposal, is the one who endures.

6/17/2014 | Pipeline Preview: Top prospects highlight All-Star slate

Across the Minor Leagues, Tuesday is All-Star day. Of the eight All-Star Games involving full-season leagues, four will be held tonight. The rosters, as might be expected, are all loaded with top prospects, perhaps none more so than the California-Carolina League game.

6/17/2014 | Dee tour! Dodgers interrupt Rockies' roll

Dee Gordon's All-Star bid gained traction Monday night as he tormented the Rockies with his bat and speed while Hyun-Jin Ryu cooled them off with six solid innings as the Dodgers halted Colorado's five-game win streak with a 6-1 victory.

6/17/2014 | Strasburg one of Gwynn's many pupils

For Stephen Strasburg, the rapid ascension to stardom, the challenge of Tommy John surgery and the return to elite status in the Majors would not have been possible without the lessons learned from Tony Gwynn.

6/17/2014 | Baseball stars staying put a special circumstance

Players who spend their entire careers performing at high level for one franchise are becoming a rare breed not just in baseball, but in all sports. Here's a list of some of the most notable Major Leaguers who ignored the lures of free agency, were never traded and aided just one team for multiple seasons.

6/17/2014 | Brewers use late six-pack to down D-backs

The Brewers parlayed a series of breaks into a six-pack of runs over the final two innings at Chase Field on Monday, turning a tie game into a comfortable 9-3 win over the D-backs.

6/17/2014 | Murphy's two homers power Rangers vs. A's

Donnie Murphy hit two of the Rangers' four home runs as they powered their way to a 14-8 victory over the A's at the Coliseum on Monday night.

6/17/2014 | Young cruises in first meeting with former team

Kyle Seager and Brad Miller launched home runs and veteran right-hander Chris Young threw six scoreless innings as the Mariners topped the Padres, 5-1, on Monday night in the first of four straight Interleague games between the two clubs.

6/17/2014 | Braves place Carpenter on DL with biceps strain

The Braves placed reliever David Carpenter on the 15-day disabled list on Tuesday afternoon with a strained right biceps. Fellow right-hander Pedro Beato was recalled from Triple-A Gwinnett.

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