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6/29/2014 | Quintana notches series win for White Sox

Moises Sierra belted a solo shot off his old team in the fourth inning and Jose Quintana pitched seven scoreless innings as the White Sox took the series finale against the Blue Jays, 4-0, on Sunday at Rogers Centre.


6/29/2014 | Back soreness continues to sideline Norris

Already lacking in relief arms following Saturday's 14-inning marathon victory, the A's were also thin on the bench Sunday in Miami, with catcher Derek Norris unavailable for a second straight day.


6/29/2014 | A's place Reddick on DL, recall Freiman from Triple-A

For the second time this month, a right knee injury has forced Josh Reddick to the disabled list, leading the A's to promote first baseman Nate Freiman for Sunday's series finale in Miami.


6/29/2014 | Freiman's clutch homer backs solid Milone

Fueled simply by adrenaline, following a sleepless night on a red-eye flight from Sacramento to Miami, Nate Freiman celebrated his promotion Sunday with a towering three-run homer that helped the A's finish off a three-game sweep of the Marlins.


6/29/2014 | Today's MLB starting lineups: June 29

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


6/29/2014 | Brewers outfielders state their case for All-Star Game

The Brewers' outfield made its case for the All-Star Game with a big day on Saturday. Milwaukee's Ryan Braun and Carlos Gomez went 2-for-4 and 1-for-3, respectively, and drove in a combined five runs during the Brewers' 7-4 win over the Rockies.


6/29/2014 | Betts ready for MLB debut in Red Sox-Yanks finale

Mookie Betts, the Red Sox's No. 5 prospect, was promoted to the Majors on Saturday after he surged through the team's farm system, and he'll make his much anticipated Major League debut Sunday night at Yankee Stadium. John Lackey gets the call for Boston, while New York counters with Chase Whitley in the rubber match.


6/29/2014 | Bauman: Dodgers firing on all cylinders

The Dodgers' recipe is standard, time-tested and entirely feasible. They will pitch well enough to win most of the time. They will be solid defensively. They will put together enough offense to win.


6/29/2014 | Reds win fourth straight with 11th-inning surge

A five-run top of the 11th gave the Reds a 7-3 victory over the Giants on Saturday and extended their winning streak to four games. A two-run single by Zack Cozart, followed by a two-run triple by Chris Heisey and an RBI double from Billy Hamilton blew a 2-2 game open.


6/29/2014 | Tomlin stifles Mariners with one-hit, 11-K gem

Josh Tomlin carried the Indians to a 5-0 win with the best start of his Major League career. The right-hander pushed his recent rough stretch to the side and seemingly toyed with the Mariners in a stellar shutout, evening this three-game series at Safeco Field at one game apiece.


6/29/2014 | Tomlin's one-hitter vaults him into elite company

Josh Tomlin cracked a smile on Saturday night when Clayton Kershaw's name was mentioned. The Indians starter found it hard to believe that anyone would compare one of his outings to the no-hitter spun by the Dodgers ace earlier this month.


6/28/2014 | Zunino nearly tracks down popup before HR

With two outs in the sixth inning and Seattle trailing, 4-0, manager Lloyd McClendon might have disrupted a near-spectacular play by catcher Mike Zunino when Cleveland's Yan Gomes skied a popup toward the Mariners' dugout.


6/28/2014 | Entering unfamiliar territory, Arenado starts rehab

Gold Glove third baseman Nolan Arenado went 2-for-4 with two RBIs and a run scored on Saturday in his first rehab start with the Colorado Springs Sky Sox.


6/28/2014 | Kershaw looks to close out stellar June in style

Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw comes into Sunday's finale vs. the Cardinals with 21 1/3 straight scoreless innings. He'll face off with Shelby Miller, who is overcoming a tight back.


6/28/2014 | Felix eyes 10th win in matchup with Tribe rookie

Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon suggested Saturday right-hander Felix Hernandez should start for the AL in the All-Star Game. Hernandez, who faces the Indians and rookie lefty T.J. House on Sunday afternoon at Safeco Field, has a resume that easily qualifies for consideration.


6/28/2014 | No matter where he lands, Grilli never gives up

By now it would seem Jason Grilli would be used to saying goodbye. But he isn't. He joined the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on Saturday morning, having been acquired the day before from the Pirates for Ernesto Frieri in an exchange of closers who had lost their jobs.


6/28/2014 | Pagan making progress toward return to action

The Giants hope center fielder Angel Pagan will return to the lineup Tuesday, but that's far from definitive. Pagan (lower back strain) hit off a tee and ran on a treadmill Saturday. Giants manager Bruce Bochy said it's possible Pagan will take live batting practice Sunday, even though the team won't, since it's a day game.


6/28/2014 | Greinke rides offensive outburst to 10th victory

The Dodgers scored six runs in the second inning en route to a 9-1 win over the Cardinals on Saturday at Dodger Stadium, as Zack Greinke picked up his 10th win.


6/28/2014 | Napoli's blast off Tanaka in ninth propels Red Sox

Mike Napoli tormented the Yankees again, and it couldn't have come at a better time for the Red Sox. With runs at a premium yet again for the defending World Series champs, Napoli lofted a solo homer that just cleared the wall in right against Masahiro Tanaka to snap a tie with two outs in the top of the ninth. The blast led the struggling Sox to a badly needed 2-1 victory on Saturday night.


6/28/2014 | Hale delivers strong spot start as Braves take nightcap

The Braves followed up a seven-run victory in Game 1 with a 5-1 win in the nightcap at Citizens Bank Park. After plating 10 runs on seven hits in the matinee, the Braves scored five times on 13 hits in Game 2.


6/28/2014 | Gamescape: Frieri impressed with defense

Ernesto Frieri made his Pirates debut in the ninth inning of Saturday's 5-3 loss, and immediately came to appreciate his new team's defense.


6/28/2014 | D-backs release former closer Putz

The D-backs officially released reliever J.J. Putz on Saturday after the veteran cleared waivers. Putz was designated for assignment by the D-backs on June 20, which allowed them up to 10 days to trade, release or outright him.


6/28/2014 | Reds confident in heavy use of Chapman

Reds closer Aroldis Chapman already worked three days in a row, but manager Bryan Price didn't feel like he was playing with fire Saturday by using him a fourth vs. the Giants.


6/28/2014 | CC feels 'really good' after 37-pitch rehab start

Yankees left-hander CC Sabathia said he "couldn't be happier with the way I felt physically" after his first Minor League rehabilitation start on Saturday. Sabathia gave up two runs on three hits and a walk while striking out two batters over 2 1/3 innings for Class A Advanced Tampa.


6/28/2014 | A's outlast Marlins in 14 after Doolittle's rare misstep

The A's never cease to amaze, even at the most trying of times. Because that's when they're at their best. That they walked away with a 7-6 win over the Marlins at Marlins Park on Saturday following nearly five hours of play, spanning 14 rollercoaster innings -- after their ace had blown a four-run lead and their untouchable closer was touched for a game-tying run -- was simply further proof.




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