6/16/2014 | Cardinals pull away from Mets with four-run fifth
Jon Jay scored three times, Matt Holliday collected his 1,000th career RBI and Nick Greenwood got the victory in his Major League debut as the Cardinals defeated the Mets, 6-2, on Monday night at Busch Stadium.
6/16/2014 | Rangers not waving white flag of surrender
Known in recent years for their offense, the Rangers went into Monday night eighth in the American League in runs scored, ninth in slugging percentage and 14th in home runs. There is, however, no white flag of surrender.
6/16/2014 | Gwynn's influence felt far and wide
As players, coaches and managers arrived for work Monday afternoon, thoughts of Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn's passing echoed in each Major League clubhouse -- the place Gwynn spent so much time honing his craft over two decades of excellence.
6/16/2014 | After inking deal, Chapman works out with A's
The A's announced that they have signed Matt Chapman, their first-round pick in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft.
6/16/2014 | Fans pay tribute to Gwynn at Petco Park statue
Padres fans gathered around Tony Gwynn's statue beyond the outfield of Petco Park throughout Monday to mourn and remember the San Diego icon fondly known as "Mr. Padre," who died of cancer at age 54 early Monday morning.
6/16/2014 | MRI brings positive news on Erlin's sore elbow
Padres left-hander Robbie Erlin, on the disabled list since May 22 with left elbow soreness, had a second MRI on the elbow Friday that Padres manager Bud Black said "looked very good."
6/16/2014 | Seeking spark, Padres drop Everth to No. 8 spot
The Padres are willing to try just about anything to get shortstop Everth Cabrera going right offensively. On Monday night, that meant dropping him to No. 8 in the lineup for the first time since 2012.
6/16/2014 | A's reflect on Gwynn's legacy, approach to game
The A's took time on Monday to reflect on the life and career of Padres Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn, who passed away at the age of 54.
6/16/2014 | Nats Park hosts Zimmerman foundation's gala event
Ryan Zimmerman's ziMS Foundation's marquee fundraising event, A Night at the Park, was hosted for the fifth straight year Monday evening at Nationals Park and featured an exclusive concert from country artists Billy Currington and Jerrod Niemann as well as an expansive silent auction.
6/16/2014 | Reddick hopes to rejoin roster next week in New York
On the disabled list with a hyperextended right knee, Josh Reddick will begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday, and he hopes to rejoin the A's in New York next Tuesday against the Mets.
6/16/2014 | Perez, Moustakas OK after minor injuries
Catcher Salvador Perez was hit by cramps in both calves and third baseman Mike Moustakas was hit in the forehead by a batted ball, but both Royals declared themselves OK after Monday night's 11-8 win over the Tigers.
6/16/2014 | Cards, Draft pick Flaherty on verge of finalizing deal
The Cardinals signed their first pick, Luke Weaver, from the 2014 First-Year Player Draft on Monday and expect their other first-rounder, Jack Flaherty, to be at Busch Stadium on Tuesday to undergo his physical and finalize an already agreed upon deal.
6/16/2014 | Cards reflect on passing of Padres icon Gwynn
The baseball world joined the city of San Diego to mourn the loss of Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn, who died from cancer at the age of 54 on Monday. His loss was felt particularly among former teammates and opponents in St. Louis.
6/16/2014 | Cards waiting to decide on next step for Lyons
Tyler Lyons, two days after throwing 54 pitches in a Triple-A rehab appearance, threw a bullpen session at Busch Stadium on Monday afternoon. However, the Cardinals will wait another few days, general manager John Mozeliak said, before determining what the next step is for Lyons, who is recovering from a left shoulder strain.
6/16/2014 | Holliday collects 1,000th RBI with single
The crowd at Busch Stadium rose to its feet Monday night as Matt Holliday stood on first base. Holliday's single through the middle in the fifth inning against the Mets drove in Jon Jay from second base, the 1,000th RBI of his 11-year career.
6/16/2014 | Daniels in no rush to make decisions about trades
With the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline still six weeks away, general manager Jon Daniels is in no rush to come to any conclusions about what the Rangers should do before then.
6/16/2014 | Moreland to seek another opinion on left ankle
Rangers first baseman Mitch Moreland, on the disabled list with an injured left ankle, is going to Iowa to be examined by Dr. Ned Amendola, an orthopedic specialist.
6/16/2014 | Pinch-hit magic: Wood stuns Marlins in 13th
Pitcher Travis Wood delivered a pinch-hit RBI double with two outs in the 13th inning Monday night to lift the Cubs to a 5-4 victory over the Marlins at Marlins Park.
6/16/2014 | Rangers coaches have fond memories of Gwynn
Rangers hitting coach Dave Magadan spent the final three seasons of his 16-year Major League career with the Padres from 1999-2001. Those three years gave him a chance to learn much about hitting from Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn.
6/16/2014 | Greenberg heads purchase of Double-A team
Chuck Greenberg is once again doing business with the Rangers.
6/16/2014 | Brantley passes tests after hitting head on slide
Indians outfielder Michael Brantley was removed from Monday night's game against the Angels as a precaution after injuring his head/neck area trying to break up a double play.
6/16/2014 | First-round pick Holmes visits Dodger Stadium
Right-handed pitcher Grant Holmes, the 22nd overall pick in this year's First-Year Player Draft, was at Dodger Stadium on Monday, exploring what could be his future home.
6/16/2014 | Injury roundup: Smoak close to rehab outing
Mariners first baseman Justin Smoak ran the bases at near full speed prior to Monday's game and will likely start a Minor League rehab stint on Wednesday with Triple-A Tacoma. Corey Hart, Michael Saunders and James Paxton also are progressing on the comeback trail.
6/16/2014 | Beimel recalls surrendering Gwynn's final HR
Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon remembers talking baseball for hours with Tony Gwynn. Mariners reliever Joe Beimel remembers the few seconds in which he gave up Gwynn's final home run of his storied career. And as with every Major League clubhouse on Monday, players and coaches expressed sadness and recalled one of baseball's greatest hitters after Gwynn died of cancer earlier in the day at age 54.
6/16/2014 | Wild Horse isn't running wild on basepaths
Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig has been caught stealing three times in his last four games and seven times on the year, matching his stolen-base total. Manager Don Mattingly acknowledges the issue but is convinced its a part Puig's game that will continue to improve.
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