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6/28/2013 | Cabrera in good spirits en route to return
The Padres have not set a timetable for Everth Cabrera's return to the lineup, but the shortstop ran Friday and was close to beginning a rehab assignment.

6/28/2013 | Leake tries to cool off Rangers, get Reds on track
The Reds will look to turn around their losing ways, having dropped six of their last seven, when they send one of the hottest pitchers in the Majors to the mound in Arlington on Saturday against Nick Tepesch and the Rangers, who have won eight of their last nine.

6/28/2013 | Chacin's eight shutout frames sink Giants
Jhoulys Chacin held the Giants scoreless for eight innings on 95 pitches, and Michael Cuddyer extended his club-record hit streak to 25 games with a home run in a 4-1 victory over the Giants at Coors Field on Friday night.

6/28/2013 | Price returns to mound on Tuesday vs. Astros
David Price will make his return on Tuesday against the Astros at Minute Maid Park. Price pitched two rehab games for Class A Charlotte, and the results were good enough to convince the Rays that the reigning American League Cy Young Award winner is ready to rejoin the rotation.

6/28/2013 | Rays face rotation decision with Price's return
As is always the case in baseball, one player's good fortune means disappointment for another, and David Price's return will force one of the Rays' young starters out of the rotation.

6/28/2013 | Cobb plays catch for first time since injury
Alex Cobb emerged from the Rays' dugout, threw his arms in the air and proclaimed, "I'm a free man." The injured starter, struck on the right side of the head with a line drive on June 15, played catch for the first time on Friday with head athletic trainer Ron Porterfield.

6/28/2013 | Lester's hip OK, on track to make next start
Jon Lester showed no ill effects from the right hip ailment that took him out of Thursday's 7-4 victory vs. the Blue Jays after 94 pitches, and he should be on track to make his next scheduled start, on Thursday against the Padres.

6/28/2013 | Uehara continues dominance in closer's role
The experiment of moving Koji Uehara to the closer's role is off to a flying start for the Red Sox.

6/28/2013 | Chipper in awe of honors bestowed by Braves
Chipper Jones has had time to gain a better understanding of all that he accomplished during a storied playing career that concluded last year. His achievements have placed him in a category reserved for the greatest of greats and earned him the unique honor of drawing praise from the legends he idolized during his youth.

6/28/2013 | No timetable for Gyorko's return after setback
Injured Padres second baseman Jedd Gyorko rejoined the team and was examined by team trainers before Friday night's game against the Marlins.

6/28/2013 | Liriano tries to keep Bucs hot vs. Hand, Crew
Francisco Liriano will try to give the Pirates their eighth straight win when they play host to Donovan Hand and the Brewers in the second of a three-game set at PNC Park.

6/28/2013 | Swisher completes Tribe's ninth-inning rally in Game 2
Nick Swisher capped a four-run ninth inning with a solo homer to give the Indians a 9-8 win and a sweep of their doubleheader against the White Sox on Friday night in Chicago.

6/28/2013 | Gibbons not worried about Bautista's slump
Even as the Blue Jays have surged to their hottest stretch of the season -- 15 wins in 20 games -- their most recognizable hitter, Jose Bautista, is stuck in a bit of a slump.

6/28/2013 | Big inning backs Cole; Bucs win seventh straight
Gerrit Cole overcame a three-run first and finished with five scoreless innings in pacing the Pirates to a 10-3 win over Milwaukee on Friday at a sold-out PNC Park. Cole went six innings, allowing eight hits and three runs, to become the first Pittsburgh pitcher to win his first four starts since Nick Maddox in '07 ... that's 1907.

6/28/2013 | Francona looks to rest starters over tough stretch
Cleveland manager Terry Francona is doing his best to keep his players healthy yet productive during a difficult stretch of his team's schedule. Francona said he hopes to find his regulars rest over the weekend and only play them in three of the four games.

6/28/2013 | Tribe shuffles roster for twin bill against White Sox
The Indians made a series of moves on Friday due to the extra roster spot afforded to the team during its doubleheader in Chicago, with Carlos Carrasco serving as the 26th man.

6/28/2013 | MRI confirms left knee tendinitis for Melky
Melky Cabrera tried to play through some lingering left knee pain, but the more he played, the worse it got.

6/28/2013 | Scherzer becomes first to start 12-0 since 1986
Max Scherzer became the first pitcher to start a season 12-0 since Roger Clemens in 1986, and Miguel Cabrera belted a pair of monster home runs as the Tigers snapped their three-game losing streak with a 6-3 victory over Tampa Bay on Friday at Tropicana Field.

6/28/2013 | Gibson set for Major League debut against Royals
Right-hander Kyle Gibson, the Twins' first-round pick in the 2009 First-Year Player Draft, will make his Major League debut on Saturday against Wade Davis and the Royals at Target Field.

6/28/2013 | Hart to have season-ending surgery on left knee
Still rehabbing from right knee surgery in January, first baseman Corey Hart now needs surgery on the other knee, a procedure that will end his season and, in all likelihood, his long tenure with the Brewers.

6/28/2013 | Harrison recalled from Triple-A, Sanchez optioned
Infielder/outfielder Josh Harrison will be starting his fourth stint of the season with the Bucs, who considered his versatility more important now that they are back playing National League ball. Prospect Tony Sanchez went 2-for-8 in his first two career games.

6/28/2013 | Pirates return home tied for MLB's top record
Compiling a 7-2 record on a road trip to bring home the Majors' best record (48-30) was easier for the Pirates than having to talk about it. Friday's much-larger-than usual media throng at PNC Park violated ballplayers' one-game-at-a-time mentality.

6/28/2013 | Royals' four homers boost Shields to victory
Eric Hosmer homered twice, while Billy Butler and Mike Moustakas also went deep to help righty James Shields get an elusive win as the Royals rolled to a 9-3 win over the Twins on Friday night.

6/28/2013 | Gomez returns to Brewers' starting lineup
Carlos Gomez was back in the Brewers' lineup after spraining his left shoulder on Sunday following a scary collision with the wall in Miller Park.

6/28/2013 | Hellweg makes MLB debut in Pittsburgh
The Brewers sent their ninth different starting pitcher to the mound on Friday in the first of a three-game set against the Pirates. Johnny Hellweg made his Major League debut against Gerrit Cole, who made his first career start just a few weeks ago.

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