8/22/2014 | Hamstring still swollen, but Cuddyer says no DL
Rockies right fielder Michael Cuddyer had hoped to return Friday against the Marlins. One glimpse at the bruising and swelling that remained in his left hamstring drained that hope.
8/22/2014 | In Cincinnati, Selig addresses Rose issue
On the latest stop in his farewell tour of Major League ballparks before he retires as Commissioner in January, Bud Selig met with reporters in Cincinnati on Friday fully prepared for the line of questioning he received.
8/22/2014 | Lohse set to start series opener in San Diego
After Kyle Lohse threw a successful bullpen session at Miller Park on Friday, Brewers manager Ron Roenicke announced that the right-hander would be the team's starter for the series opener in San Diego on Monday.
8/22/2014 | Axford returns to Miller Park with division foe
Once a fixture in the Brewers' clubhouse, John Axford was back in the Miller Park visitors' clubhouse Friday, pitching for his second divisional rival in as many years.
8/22/2014 | Darvish's return date still uncertain
Right-hander Yu Darvish is eligible to be activated off the 15-day disabled list before Monday's series opener against the Mariners, but the Rangers are still unsure when he will pitch again.
8/22/2014 | Holland to make another rehab start Sunday
The Rangers have yet to name a starting pitcher for Sunday's series finale against the Royals, but don't count on it being left-hander Derek Holland.
8/22/2014 | Cotts happy to still be with Rangers
As much interest as Neal Cotts has drawn from other teams recently, it's hard to believe no one wanted Neal Cotts two years ago.
8/22/2014 | Washington excited about Japan trip
Rangers manager Ron Washington has never been to Japan but he is looking forward to changing that this November. Washington will manage a team of notable Major League players that will face Japan's national team, Samurai Japan, in a five-game series and play exhibition games against the Hanshin Tigers and Yomiuri Giants of the Nippon Professional Baseball league.
8/22/2014 | Krauss excited to play in favorite childhood park
Growing up just a few hours west of Cleveland near Findlay, Ohio, Astros outfielder/first baseman Marc Krauss was a huge fan of the Indians. And with teams as good as the ones the Indians were putting on the field, that meant plenty of trips to then-Jacobs Field.
8/22/2014 | Carter pacing red-hot Astros offense
Entering Friday night's game against the Indians, the Astros had one of the hottest offenses in baseball, leading the Majors in runs scored since the All-Star break with 145 in 32 games. The biggest contributor to the recent surge remains designated hitter Chris Carter, who is hitting .311 with eight home runs and 19 RBIs in his last 15 games.
8/22/2014 | Abreu happy to see fellow Cuban Castillo in bigs
White Sox rookie first baseman Jose Abreu was excited to see fellow Cuban Rusney Castillo close to finalizing a seven-year, $72.5 million deal with the Red Sox.
8/22/2014 | Konerko hopes Beckham blossoms with Angels
Retiring White Sox slugger Paul Konerko was a friend and mentor to Gordon Beckham, and he expects to see Beckham, who was dealt to the Angels on Thursday, thrive in a new environment.
8/22/2014 | Braves focused on themselves, not other clubs
The Braves are in the postseason hunt, but they're trying to avoid too much scoreboard watching.
8/22/2014 | Gomes day to day with mild concussion
Indians catcher Yan Gomes was diagnosed with a mild concussion on Friday morning, but the injury is not currently considered serious enough to warrant a trip to Major League Baseball's seven-day disabled list.
8/22/2014 | Russell benefits from not being lefty specialist
Left-handed reliever James Russell struggled in his first few outings after being acquired by the Braves in a July 31 trade with the Cubs, seeing his ERA on the season balloon from 3.51 to 3.93 in the process.
8/22/2014 | Top prospect Norris eyes potential callup
Daniel Norris continued to rip through Triple-A competition on Thursday against Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, further making his case for a Major League promotion in the near future.
8/22/2014 | Blue Jays open flagship store at Eaton Centre
The Blue Jays cut the ribbon on their flagship store at Toronto Eaton Centre on Friday, drawing hundreds of fans who lined the hallways of the city's biggest mall for a chance to see Jose Bautista and Drew Hutchison.
8/22/2014 | Reds to likely skip fifth starter due to off-day
Because of a scheduled off-day approaching on Monday, the Reds are likely going to skip the fifth-starter's spot the next time through the rotation. Right now, the plans are somewhat fluid.
8/22/2014 | Beltran tries to swing bat in prelude to return
Carlos Beltran was scheduled to resume swinging the bat on Friday as the Yankees hope to have him available for their lineup this weekend.
8/22/2014 | Jeter remains content with retirement decision
Derek Jeter is well into the last third of what will be his final Major League season, and in case you were wondering, the Yankees captain has not felt the need to second-guess his decision.
8/22/2014 | Morse has fond memories of time with Nats
Giants outfielder Michael Morse returned to Nationals Park for the first time since the Nationals made him part of a three-team trade that sent him to the Mariners in January 2013.
8/22/2014 | Strasburg armed and ready for stretch run
Two years ago this month, word started spreading that the Nationals were going to shut down Stephen Strasburg for the season.
8/22/2014 | Hanigan, DeJesus close to returning to Majors
Catcher Ryan Hanigan (left oblique) began a rehab assignment with Class A Advanced Charlotte on Friday, while outfielder David DeJesus (left hand) also suited up with the Stone Crabs for the second time in three days.
8/22/2014 | Nats, Tribe both happy with returns on Deadline deal
With less than two hours to spare before the non-waiver Trade Deadline on July 31, the Nationals and Indians agreed on a deal that sent veteran infielder Asdrubal Cabrera to Washington in exchange for power-hitting prospect Zach Walters.
8/22/2014 | Bochy: No talks of position switch for Posey
If it's late in the season, it's time for manager Bruce Bochy to discuss Buster Posey's future as a catcher.
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