7/29/2013 | Giambi makes history with blast against Sox
At 42 years and 202 days, Indians slugger Jason Giambi is the oldest player in Major League history to hit a walk-off homer, according to the Elias Sports Bureau, with his blast against the White Sox on Monday night.
7/29/2013 | Mets fight back to halt woes against Marlins
A vengeful group of Mets came from behind to steal a 6-5 win from the Marlins, taking the lead for good on Ike Davis' RBI double in the seventh. Miami had won eight of the first 11 meetings between the clubs before New York's victory Monday night at Marlins Park.
7/29/2013 | Brewers erupt for five runs in ninth to take opener
Kyle Lohse capped another stellar month and Carlos Gomez's single in the ninth snapped a scoreless tie, sending the Brewers to a 5-0 win over the Cubs at Wrigley Field on Monday.
7/29/2013 | Farrell tossed after arguing close play at plate
It took a 39-minute rain delay for the Red Sox to finally string a few hits together against the Rays. They had the tying run at third base in Daniel Nava. There was a fly ball hit to left by Brandon Snyder. And Nava appeared to beat Sam Fuld's throw. But umpire Jerry Meals saw the play differently and ruled Nava out at the plate.
7/29/2013 | Utley: No discussions with Phils about future
Chase Utley's future with the Phillies is on the minds of many fans, but it was not something the second baseman wanted to discuss Monday.
7/29/2013 | Rollins: 'Nothing wrong' with Pap voicing opinion
The Phillies had a frustrating road trip. It ended with an eight-game losing streak, and a terrible weekend in Detroit. After Sunday's 12-4 loss, closer Jonathon Papelbon voiced his disappointments by saying he "didn't come here for this," and that the organization needs changes "from top to bottom."
7/29/2013 | Blue Jays think Melky will avoid suspension
The Blue Jays do not believe any upcoming Biogenesis-related suspensions handed down by MLB will involve Melky Cabrera, believing their outfielder paid his penance with last year's suspension.
7/29/2013 | As Deadline nears, Rangers seek impact bat
With the offense is in disarray, the Rangers are looking for help as the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline approaches, but the possibility exists they may not be able to acquire all the offensive help they need to cure what is ailing their lineup.
7/29/2013 | Hall of Fame weekend full of stories, camaraderie
When they were teammates or opponents, Goose Gossage thought little of Rickey Henderson. Now they are Cooperstown comrades, and they enjoy each other more than Gossage ever had anticipated.
7/29/2013 | Choo is day to day with left ankle sprain
Reds center fielder Shin-Soo Choo was out of the starting lineup for Monday night's series opener against the Padres at Petco Park because of a minor sprain of his left ankle.
7/29/2013 | Baker shrugs off Puig's celebratory slide
When Dodgers rookie Yasiel Puig hit an 11th-inning walk-off home run to beat the Reds, 1-0, on Sunday, the highlights showed him doing a celebratory slide into home plate as teammates waited for him, but Dusty Baker was long gone and said he couldn't care less.
7/29/2013 | Voucher program begins Brewers' 'Fan First' initiative
The Brewers announced they would distribute a $10 voucher to every fan who passed through the Miller Park turnstiles in August, good for concessions, merchandise or tickets through the end of the season.
7/29/2013 | Aramis' left knee progressing slowly
Injured Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez tested his left knee in batting practice again Monday, so there was progress, albeit slow progress.
7/29/2013 | Pill, Kieschnick to join Giants in Philadelphia
Intent on improving their struggling offense, the Giants will begin considering more in-house alternatives Tuesday when they recall first baseman Brett Pill and outfielder Roger Kieschnick from the Triple-A Fresno Grizzlies.
7/29/2013 | Trade rumors swirl around Gregg, Schierholtz
The Trade Deadline can't come soon enough for the Cubs' Kevin Gregg and Nate Schierholtz. The two have been rumored to be headed elsewhere for most of the month.
7/29/2013 | Streaking Sogard promoted to the two-hole
Eric Sogard's strong performance coming out of the All-Star break landed him in the two-hole on Monday night, after batting no higher than eighth all season.
7/29/2013 | Niese hopes to return to Mets in mid-August
Once feared lost for the season, left-hander Jon Niese is now targeting mid-August for his return from a partially torn rotator cuff in his left shoulder.
7/29/2013 | Maybin closing in on rehab stint
Padres manager Bud Black said injured outfielder Cameron Maybin, on the disabled list since June 9 with an injured left knee, may be ready to join Triple-A Tucson for a rehabilitation stint soon.
7/29/2013 | Johnson not focused on batting title chase
Chris Johnson reached a pair of important milestones in his unexpected march toward the National League batting title last week, passing St. Louis' Yadier Molina for the league lead in batting average with a three-hit night on Sunday, after finally amassing enough plate appearances to qualify.
7/29/2013 | CarGo goes 5-for-5 in return to lineup
Carlos Gonzalez went 5-for-5 to tie a career high for hits in a game -- he was 5-for-5 against the Cubs on May 14 at Wrigley Field -- and stole two bases in the Rockies' 9-8, 10-inning loss.
7/29/2013 | Redmond open to idea of two hitting coaches
Of all the jobs on the staff, Marlins manager Mike Redmond says the toughest is the hitting coach. The task is so demanding, several teams have decided to make it a two-person position. Redmond said he would be open to the idea next season.
7/29/2013 | Braves win in 10th on Simmons' walk-off triple
Andrelton Simmons ended a crazy see-saw slugfest when he delivered a walk-off triple that provided the Braves a 9-8, 10-inning win over the Rockies on Monday night at Turner Field.
7/29/2013 | Hitting coach Pierson excited for first shot in Majors
John Pierson certainly has paid his dues, and now the 59-year-old is wearing a big league uniform for the first time. The Marlins on Sunday named Pierson as their interim hitting coach for the remainder of the season.
7/29/2013 | Deadline Chatter: White Sox staying put?
Relievers were on the move Monday, two days before the Trade Deadline, but the story by the end of the day was whether the White Sox were sellers. What other deals may come to be before Wednesday at 4 p.m. ET? MLB.com takes a look around baseball.
7/29/2013 | White Sox aren't tipping their hand on Peavy
In the game of high stakes baseball poker, where Jake Peavy is the jackpot payout, White Sox general manager Rick Hahn and interested teams in the right-hander's services presently are seated at the final table.
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