6/16/2014 | Marlins promote Marisnick, send Yelich to DL
On Monday, Jake Marisnick was called up to fill in for Christian Yelich, who was placed on the disabled list with a lower-back strain.
6/16/2014 | First-round Draft pick Weaver signs with Cardinals
Florida State right-hander Luke Weaver -- the 27th overall pick in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft -- signed with the Cardinals on Monday, officially joining the organization.
6/16/2014 | Tribe makes deal with comp pick Sheffield official
The Indians announced on Monday that they have signed high school pitcher Justus Sheffield, one of the team's four picks on the first day of the First-Year Player Draft.
6/16/2014 | Hunter day to day after hurting right hamstring
After exiting Monday night's game with what Brad Ausmus called a "knotted" hamstring, right fielder Torii Hunter is day to day, according to the Tigers manager.
6/16/2014 | Collins bats Mets pitcher deGrom eighth
For years at Busch Stadium, former Cardinals manager Tony La Russa made lineup construction an art form, unafraid to do unorthodox things with his starting nine. Among his most frequent and notorious experiments was batting his pitchers eighth. Mets manager Terry Collins adopted that philosophy Monday night at La Russa's old stomping grounds, hitting a pitcher eighth for the first time in franchise history.
6/16/2014 | Meacham played big role in Gwynn's legacy
His senior year in high school, Bobby Meacham was on a recruiting visit to San Diego State, sitting in the office of baseball coach Jim Dietz, when Tony Gwynn walked down the hall and exchanged pleasantries with Dietz. The rest, so they say, is history.
6/16/2014 | Reviewed homer stands for Asdrubal, Indians
A home run hit by shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera prompted a crew-chief review during Monday's series opener against the Angels, and the Indians came away holding an early lead.
6/16/2014 | Royals ink second-rounder Blewett
Right-hander Scott Blewett, the Royals' second-round choice in the First-Year Player Draft, has signed for $1.8 million, MLB.com has learned.
6/16/2014 | Pair of Royals pitchers pick up Minor League honors
The Royals' organization had a Pitcher of the Week in two leagues last week.
6/16/2014 | Molitor, Gardenhire, Mauer reflect on Gwynn's passing
It was a sad day across baseball after the passing of Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn, and it was no different in the Twins' clubhouse on Monday at Fenway Park.
6/16/2014 | Nunez does agility drills, remains out of lineup
Twins utility man Eduardo Nunez, who strained his right hamstring Saturday, was held out of the lineup for a second straight day Monday, but was able to get through agility drills before the game.
6/16/2014 | Rondon strikes out the side in return to action
Hector Rondon finally got to pitch. The right-hander pitched one scoreless inning of relief on Monday in the Cubs' 5-4, 13-inning win over the Marlins. He struck out the side in his first appearance since June 6.
6/16/2014 | Valbuena seeing time in leadoff spot
Luis Valbuena, subbing for the injured Emilio Bonifacio, led off for the third time this season and second game in a row on Monday as the Cubs opened their series against the Marlins.
6/16/2014 | Baker, Renteria mourn 'wonderful' Gwynn
On Monday, Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn died after a long battle with salivary gland cancer. He was 54. Cubs catcher John Baker, who played in San Diego from 2012-13, and manager Rick Renteria, who spent six seasons on the Padres' Major League coaching staff, certainly felt Gwynn's impact.
6/16/2014 | A View From Studio 3: Gwynn defined true star
Tony Gwynn's statistics are so good they don't seem real -- numbers you'd see in a video game or a stickball game. Perhaps we need to stop throwing around the word "star" so liberally. Gwynn's passing should help us rediscover the true meaning of the word.
6/16/2014 | Aybar held out of lineup, but sore hip has healed
Erick Aybar was out of the lineup for Monday's series opener against the Indians, one day after exiting Sunday's contest early due to soreness in his left hip, but the shortstop pinch-hit late in the Angels' 4-3 loss and is expected to start again on Tuesday.
6/16/2014 | Hawkins stays focused regardless of situation
LaTroy Hawkins entered Monday having converted three saves in three games despite having just one save opportunity since May 27 prior to that stretch, a testament to a mental approach in which the Rockies closer treats every appearance the same.
6/16/2014 | Nicasio to Triple-A as Rockies call up '10 top pick
Juan Nicasio, who has a 14.36 ERA over his last four starts, has been sent to Triple-A Colorado Springs to work on that fastball command that has abandoned him, while the Rockies called up their top pick from the 2010 Draft, first baseman/outfielder Kyle Parker.
6/16/2014 | Gwynn made Young's 1992 debut extra special
Rockies first-base coach Eric Young recalled the kind words he received from Tony Gwynn when he made his big league debut for the Dodgers in a game against the late Hall of Famer's Padres in 1992.
6/16/2014 | Vanderbilt keeps rolling, tops UC Irvine at CWS
Vanderbilt is in the driver's seat on one side of the College World Series bracket. Walker Buehler tossed 5 1/3 hitless innings in relief of first-round Draft pick Tyler Beede to lead Vanderbilt to a 6-4 victory over UC Irvine.
6/16/2014 | Billingsley to undergo season-ending surgery
Dodgers pitcher Chad Billingsley said he will undergo season-ending surgery next Tuesday to repair a torn flexor tendon in his right elbow.
6/16/2014 | Buchholz to make second rehab start Thursday
Red Sox right-hander Clay Buchholz will make his second rehab start with Triple-A Pawtucket on Thursday, with his pitch count set to increase. "We need to get him up to 90 pitches or so in this next outing," said Red Sox manager John Farrell.
6/16/2014 | Minor League lefty Pena suspended 100 games
Major League Baseball suspended Red Sox Minor League left-hander Miguel Pena for 100 games after he tested positive a third time for a drug of abuse. The suspension is effective immediately.
6/16/2014 | Sox hope Victorino returns during West Coast trip
The Red Sox are hopeful Shane Victorino will rejoin the club on its West Coast road trip following his rehab assignment with Triple-A Pawtucket this week.
6/16/2014 | Kings to bring Stanley Cup to Dodger Stadium
The next stop for the Stanley Cup trophy: Dodger Stadium. The champion Los Angeles Kings will bring the trophy to Chavez Ravine on Tuesday, where they will be honored in a pregame ceremony before the Dodgers take on the Rockies. The ceremony will begin at 6:40 p.m. PT.
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