6/16/2014 | Pendleton, Smoltz: Gwynn's passing 'sad' day
Braves first-base coach Terry Pendleton fought back tears as he sat in the dugout late Monday afternoon and discussed the passing of Tony Gwynn, an iconic Hall of Fame player and beloved friend to so many.
6/16/2014 | Ausmus to keep Suarez at the bottom of the order
Eugenio Suarez has become a spark for the Tigers' offense over the past week. He will not be a savior, as Sunday's win showed.
6/16/2014 | Ausmus, Hunter share memories of Gwynn
Two important parts of the Tigers' organization, manager Brad Ausmus and veteran outfielder Torii Hunter, both remember the way Tony Gwynn took them under his wing early in their careers.
6/16/2014 | Krol says sore left shoulder has improved
Ian Krol said the left shoulder discomfort that bothered him in his last outing Saturday is an annual occurrence, which makes him fairly confident he can pitch through it. He also said it has improved a lot in the two days since.
6/16/2014 | Arroyo goes on DL for first time in his career
The D-backs placed right-handed pitcher Bronson Arroyo on the 15-day disabled list with right elbow tendinitis on Monday. and recalled outfielder Roger Kieschnick from Triple-A Reno.
6/16/2014 | Royals' fathers take batting practice at Comerica
The Royals' dads on the annual Fathers' Trip had their turn at batting practice on Monday afternoon at Comerica Park. Mike Gordon, who used to pitch and swing with left fielder Alex and his other sons years ago, was among those taking his hacks.
6/16/2014 | Chen ready for Triple-A rehab outing
Left-hander Bruce Chen rejoined the Royals here on Monday, but not for long. He'll be heading for Omaha to pitch against Albuquerque in a Pacific Coast League game on Wednesday.
6/16/2014 | Eiland shares his memories of Gwynn
Royal pitching coach Dave Eiland, a teammate of Tony Gwynn with the Padres in 1992-93, was among those saddened by the passing of the Hall of Fame hitter on Monday.
6/16/2014 | AL race for All-Star start in outfield tightens
Another week of American League All-Star Game voting has come and gone, and John Farrell's starting lineup is beginning to come into focus.
6/16/2014 | De La Rosa delivers another Fenway gem
Lifted by a dominant performance from Rubby De La Rosa and strong work from the bullpen, the Red Sox edged out the Twins in a tense 1-0 contest on Monday night at Fenway Park.
6/16/2014 | Wieters to have season-ending Tommy John surgery
Orioles catcher Matt Wieters will have season-ending Tommy John surgery on his right elbow on Tuesday, which will be performed by Dr. James Andrews in Gulf Breeze, Fla. The recovery time is estimated at nine months.
6/16/2014 | From Gwynn, 'a legend,' Pujols mastered hitting
When he was at Maple Woods Community College in Kansas City, Albert Pujols used to have a videotape of Tony Gwynn conducting a hitting clinic in the late 1990s. He popped that tape in frequently, hoping to learn as much as he could from a master at his craft.
6/16/2014 | Back in Cleveland, Smith seeking old form
Angels reliever Joe Smith returned to Cleveland on Monday, still in search of the sidearm right-hander who used to dominate here.
6/16/2014 | Royals knock Verlander around in eighth straight win
Change their approach against Justin Verlander? Not the Royals. Well, why should they? Not when that approach results in an 11-8 Kansas City victory over Detroit's celebrated, if struggling, right-hander and the Tigers on Monday night at Comerica Park.
6/16/2014 | De La Rosa practicing patience in return to Angels
Dane De La Rosa is back in the Majors, but is he close to being the guy from last year who was good enough to appear in a team-leading 75 games for the Angels?
6/16/2014 | Baseball mourns loss of one of game's best hitters
Within minutes of the news of Tony Gwynn's passing on Monday, sadness could be felt in every corner of the baseball landscape from those who played with or against him, those who worked with him and so many fans who considered him a member of their family.
6/16/2014 | Gwynn leaves lasting impression on Indians
Indians pitcher Justin Masterson may have spent only one season playing for Tony Gwynn at San Diego State, but he spoke as if he'd known the man his whole life.
6/16/2014 | Indians welcome Cavs' Irving for BP, first pitch
Kyrie Irving, the standout point guard of the Cleveland Cavaliers, greeted Nick Swisher and a handful of others in the Tribe clubhouse before throwing out the ceremonial first pitch in Monday's series opener with the Angels.
6/16/2014 | Rollins, Bowa reflect on all-time great Gwynn
Jimmy Rollins smiled and laughed Monday as he recalled his winters past with Tony Gwynn. Gwynn, one of the greatest hitters in baseball history, died Monday at 54 from oral cancer. Rollins spent time in San Diego working on his hitting with Gwynn before the 2003 and 2004 seasons.
6/16/2014 | Phillies get back off mat to top Braves in 13 innings
Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon blew his second save of the season, and his first since April 2, in the ninth inning, but the Phillies scored five times in the 13th inning -- led by Ryan Howard's second RBI of the night -- to beat the Braves, 6-1.
6/16/2014 | Bauer, Carrasco do heavy lifting to help Tribe
With steady pitching, some timely power and a 2 1/3-inning save from Carlos Carrasco, the Indians did just enough to edge out the Angels in a 4-3 victory at Progressive Field on Monday night.
6/16/2014 | Padres family recalls 'luxury' of bond with Gwynn
For those fortunate enough to call Tony Gwynn a teammate, those who shared a spot in the broadcast booth with him or just those in the Padres organization whose lives he touched, the prevailing emotion on Monday was much more about Gywnn the Hall of Fame person rather than the player.
6/16/2014 | Former Major Leaguers teach at youth clinic
Although the youth turnout was lower than expected, there was no shortage of smiles and valuable instruction during the Legends for Youth Baseball Clinic on Monday at ONEOK Field.
6/16/2014 | Gwynn often got best of MLB's finest arms
En route to 3,141 career hits and a plaque in the Hall of Fame, Tony Gwynn faced many of the greatest pitchers in the game. And for the most part, the great Padres star more than held his own. Here are Gwynn's numbers against some of baseball's finest arms.
6/16/2014 | Many highlights for Gwynn in storied career
Hall of Fame outfielder Tony Gywnn, who died on Monday at the age of 54, left an indelible impression on those in San Diego and beyond with his play during a 20-year career, all with the Padres. From his first hit to his last -- and with so much in between -- here's a look at some of the many notable milestones from Gwynn's career.
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