7/14/2013 | Davidson's homer leads U.S. Team in Futures Game
Matt Davidson hit a go-ahead two-run homer off Michael Ynoa and a string of pitchers made the lead stand up as the United States defeated the World, 4-2, in the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game at Citi Field.
7/14/2013 | In final year of contract, Utley wants to stay in Philly
Ruben Amaro Jr. has said a few times recently he pictures Chase Utley as a "Phillie for life." Nothing can be assumed or assured based on those three words. Anything can happen in the coming weeks and months, but the GM's sentiment is an indication of how high the club holds Utley, who is the heart and soul of the clubhouse.
7/14/2013 | Davis' record-tying homer helps O's roll into break
Chris Davis struck again on Sunday. He tied an American League record for home runs before the All-Star break with his 37th and drove in four runs as the Orioles rolled to a 7-4 victory against the Blue Jays at Camden Yards.
7/14/2013 | Cuddyer homers, drives in three as Rox top Dodgers
Michael Cuddyer provided the offense, Jhoulys Chacin added to Colorado's string of strong pitching performances and the Rockies defeated the Dodgers, 3-1, on Sunday at Dodger Stadium.
7/14/2013 | Big finish: Rookie Archer tosses shutout in finale
Rays' starter Chris Archer got his second straight win by tossing his first career shutout as the Rays beat the Astros, 5-0, and won the series on Sunday at Tropicana field.
7/14/2013 | Iwakuma holds off Halos to complete sweep
Hisashi Iwakuma got back on track with a good start against the Angels, going seven innings as the Mariners beat Los Angeles, 4-3, to sweep the three-game series in front of 25,629 at Safeco Field.
7/14/2013 | Doc on comeback trail, ponders future with Phillies
Roy Halladay is planning for the future. The Phillies right-hander has not pitched since May 5 and he might not pitch again until late August at the earliest, but he is working hard every day to ensure he is as good as he can be whenever he returns.
7/14/2013 | Davis ties AL record with 37th homer before break
Chris Davis tied an American League record for the most homers before the All-Star break when he hit his 37th shot this year in the third inning of Sunday's 7-4 win against the Blue Jays.
7/14/2013 | Verlander sparkles in flirting with no-hitter
Justin Verlander won't pitch in the All-Star Game on Tuesday, so he delivered his own star performance Sunday. Verlander allowed only one hit in seven innings during the Tigers' 5-0 win over the Texas Rangers at Comerica Park in front of a sold-out crowd.
7/14/2013 | Meggie: 'Mr. October' was busy in July, too
Reggie Jackson was known as a "Mr. October" because of his World Series success, but the Hall of Famer was busy in the middle of summer, too, as a 14-time All-Star.
7/14/2013 | Donaldson walks A's off into All-Star break
After being no-hit through six innings, Josh Donaldson hit a tying two-run homer in the seventh and then won the game with a two-out single in the 11th to give Oakland a 3-2 victory over the Red Sox on Sunday.
7/14/2013 | With Revere out a while, Phils seeking center fielder
Ben Revere had been one of the hottest hitters on the planet until he broke a in his right ankle Saturday. He said Sunday he could miss six to eight weeks, although he will learn more Monday when he visits a foot specialist. In the meantime, general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. said the Phillies are in the market for a center fielder.
7/14/2013 | Replacements named for All-Star rosters
Pirates reliever Mark Melancon, Giants closer Sergio Romo and Braves catcher Brian McCann were added to the National League All-Star team, and Orioles starter Chris Tillman, Royals closer Greg Holland and A's closer Grant Balfour were added to the American League squad on Sunday. They all replace pitchers who are unavailable for Tuesday night's All-Star Game at Citi Field in New York.
7/14/2013 | Piazza to be inducted into Mets Hall on Sept. 29
Mike Piazza will be inducted into the Mets Hall of Fame on Sunday, Sept. 29, at Citi Field, which is Fan Appreciation Day. He'll be the 27th member of the Mets Hall of Fame and will be honored during a pregame ceremony against Milwaukee.
7/14/2013 | McCann replaces Freeman in All-Star Game
Just three days after being voted into the All-Star Game by a record number of fans, Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman sustained a jammed thumb on the first play of the game in Saturday's 5-2 win over Cincinnati that will keep him off the field in Tuesday's Midsummer Classic. But Braves catcher Brian McCann received a nice surprise late Sunday afternoon when Major League Baseball announced he would replace Freeman on this year's National League All-Star roster.
7/14/2013 | Konerko begins rehab stint Thursday at Double-A
Paul Konerko moves into the Minor League rehab phase of his recovery for his balky back, starting Thursday with Double-A Birmingham. The White Sox captain plans to play from Thursday through Sunday with the Barons, testing the lower back strain that put him on the disabled list July 3, while also getting some at-bats.
7/14/2013 | Padres pound four homers to take finale from Giants
Eric Stults did not have to go the distance this time out because, at least for one game, the Padres' offense came alive. San Diego connected for four home runs and scored in each of the first five innings en route to a 10-1 rout of the Giants at Petco Park on Sunday.
7/14/2013 | Melancon replaces Locke on NL All-Star team
Mark Melancon is the next member of the Pirates on the receiving end of belated All-Star justice. The nearly perfect setup reliever has been chosen to replace teammate Jeff Locke on the National League All-Star team.
7/14/2013 | Romo proud and grateful for All-Star nod
Sergio Romo was added to the National League squad on Sunday, along with Pirates right-hander Mark Melancon. Romo's good fortune was announced after Pittsburgh's Jeff Locke and Washington's Jordan Zimmermann were ruled inactive for Tuesday's Midsummer Classic.
7/14/2013 | Phillies walk off in 10, finish first half at .500 mark
This is the way the Phillies needed to enter the All-Star break. Well, it certainly could have gone much smoother Sunday afternoon. But they beat the White Sox, 4-3, in 10 innings at Citizens Bank Park to finish their 10-game homestand 7-3 and improve to 48-48, the first time they have been .500 since June 7.
7/14/2013 | Gee makes three-run first stand up for Mets
A three-run first inning and a stellar outing from Dillon Gee lifted the Mets to a 4-2 win over the Pirates at PNC Park in the first-half finale on Sunday afternoon.
7/14/2013 | Rangers keeping tabs on trade target Garza
The Rangers, in their ongoing search for starting pitching, continue to monitor Cubs right-hander Matt Garza. The Rangers had scouts in attendance at Wrigley Field on Saturday night to watch Garza pitch against the Cardinals.
7/14/2013 | Freak delivery: Get free pizza, thanks to Lincecum no-no
Tim Lincecum no-hit the Padres Saturday night at Petco Park, and that means the first 10,000 MLB.TV subscribers who visit MLB.com/Dominos on Monday can score a free Domino's two-topping medium handmade pan pizza.
7/14/2013 | Prince aiming for legacy, memories in Derby
"I want to have fun, but obviously, you want to win," Prince Fielder said about aiming for his third Home Run Derby crown. "We're all competitors. I just want to win to have my boys stand up there with me. That's the only reason I like winning, so that they can experience it. It's really fun for them, and I have fun seeing how much fun it is for them."
7/14/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: July 14
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
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