7/3/2013 | Beachy pleased with more thorough 'pen session
After throwing two side sessions over the weekend, Brandon Beachy threw a more extended bullpen session that lasted roughly 10 minutes on Wednesday afternoon under the watchful eyes of pitching coach Roger McDowell and bullpen coach Eddie Perez.
7/3/2013 | B.J. shakes off soreness; Schafer not fully back
B.J. Upton's confidence that he would be able to start Wednesday's scheduled game -- after exiting with left forearm muscle spasms on Tuesday night -- was welcome news for the Braves, who may not have utility outfielder Jordan Schafer back to full capacity for a few more days.
7/3/2013 | Dodgers waiting for Marmol to report to club
Other than knocking down reports that he had been designated for assignment, the Dodgers were vague about the whereabouts and status of newly acquired, but unseen, reliever Carlos Marmol.
7/3/2013 | Royals' offense focus as Trade Deadline nears
With it being Trade Deadline month, the area of most concern as the Royals' season hit the midway point with the 81st game on Wednesday night has been the inconsistent offense.
7/3/2013 | Anthopoulos happy with strides Romero is making
Since being optioned to the Minor Leagues, Ricky Romero has had his share of ups and downs.
7/3/2013 | Lind returns to lineup; Encarnacion still out
After sitting out the last few days, Adam Lind returned to the Blue Jays' lineup on Wednesday vs. the Tigers. Edwin Encarnacion, however, remains a day away from returning.
7/3/2013 | Hosmer's jack lifts Royals on wild night in KC
Eric Hosmer's home run in the seventh carried the Royals to a 6-5 victory over the Indians on a bizarre Wednesday night that featured rain and power delays at Kauffman Stadium.
7/3/2013 | Bats overcome Greinke's rocky start to sink Rox
The Dodgers overcame an injury to Yasiel Puig and a seven-walk start from Zack Greinke Wednesday night to outlast the Rockies, 10-8, for their 10th win in 11 games and tie Colorado for second place in the NL West.
7/3/2013 | Marcum slated for next start, but Mets cautious
An MRI taken Tuesday on Shaun Marcum's upper back came back negative, allowing the Mets to keep him on line for his next start Saturday in Milwaukee. But manager Terry Collins said he planned to hold back long reliever Carlos Torres just in case, wary of the "tingling" that Marcum experienced in his right hand during his last start.
7/3/2013 | Buck's slump may lead to more Recker starts
Mets manager Terry Collins said it's possible catcher Anthony Recker could get some more playing time as his recent improvements at the plate have coincided with John Buck's offensive struggles.
7/3/2013 | McDonald to rest shoulder for two to three weeks
Righty James McDonald will not throw for two to three weeks after receiving a second opinion on his shoulder from Dr. Keith Meister in Dallas.
7/3/2013 | Burnett's next step is Thursday bullpen session
A.J. Burnett's simulated game Tuesday went well, and the 36-year-old righty is scheduled to throw a bullpen session at 10 a.m. ET Thursday. He has been on the disabled list since June 14 with a Grade 1 tear in his right calf.
7/3/2013 | LoMo gets day off after collision at first base
The collision looked worse than it was, which is fortunate for Logan Morrison and Kris Medlen. Morrison and Medlen hooked up in a nasty spill at first base in the third inning on Tuesday night at Turner Field.
7/3/2013 | Marlins opt to designate Olivo for assignment
The Marlins on Wednesday removed Miguel Olivo from the restricted list and designated the veteran catcher for assignment. Miami placed Olivo on the restricted list on June 15 after the backup catcher walked out on the team prior to a game against the Cardinals the previous day. On the restricted list, the Marlins were not paying Olivo.
7/3/2013 | Mets go extra mile stumping for Wright
As the All-Star voting comes down to its final day, David Wright has built up a lead over Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval, and the possibility of the Mets' franchise player starting the biggest game held at Citi Field this season grows more and more real.
7/3/2013 | Venable runs in outfield to test sore hammy
Outfielder Will Venable hopes to return to the Padres' starting lineup on Thursday after being sidelined for two games with a sore left hamstring.
7/3/2013 | Davis homers, drives in three to beat White Sox
Chris Davis hit his Major League leading 32nd homer and drove in three, including a tie-breaking two-run double in the eighth as the Orioles won Scott Feldman's debut, 4-2, over the White Sox on Wednesday.
7/3/2013 | Rangers sign Manny to Minor League deal
The Rangers signed slugger Manny Ramirez to a Minor League contract on Wednesday. The veteran will report to Triple-A Round Rock on Thursday. There, he will work out for a few days before being activated by the Express.
7/3/2013 | Bourn returns to Tribe; lefty Hagadone optioned
On Wednesday, Cleveland activated Michael Bourn from Major League Baseball's three-day paternity list and optioned left-handed reliever Nick Hagadone to Triple-A Columbus to clear room on the Tribe's active roster.
7/3/2013 | Ailing Crain, Konerko land on 15-day disabled list
The White Sox placed right-hander Jesse Crain and first baseman Paul Konerko on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday, recalling third baseman Brent Morel and left-hander David Purcey from Triple-A Charlotte.
7/3/2013 | Wainwright named NL Pitcher of the Month
A stellar June has earned Cardinals right-hander Adam Wainwright his first National League Pitcher of the Month Award.
7/3/2013 | Colon selected as AL's top pitcher for June
Bartolo Colon went 5-1 with a 1.75 ERA in five starts last month and was named the American League Pitcher of the Month for June.
7/3/2013 | Rehabbing Haren throws simulated game
Right-hander Dan Haren faced Chad Tracy, Steve Lombardozzi, and Tyler Moore during a simulated game, and Haren was able to throw all of his pitches without any problems. Haren threw a lot of split-fingered fastballs and changed his grip on the ball while throwing the pitch.
7/3/2013 | Lohse's gem, timely hitting lead Crew to win
Right-hander Kyle Lohse breezed though eight innings and let his outfielders play their way onto the highlight reel, leading the Brewers to a 4-1 win over Washington at Nationals Park on Wednesday.
7/3/2013 | First signs of progress for injured Braun
The Brewers were very encouraged on Wednesday when left fielder Ryan Braun's sore right hand felt well enough to swing a bat for the second straight day.
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