7/10/2013 | CarGo back in Rox lineup from finger sprain
Rockies left fielder Carlos Gonzalez returned to the starting lineup Wednesday night -- a day earlier than expected -- for the series finale against the Padres.
7/10/2013 | Fowler set for return from DL; Tulo still questionable
Walt Weiss said the Rockies expect to activate center fielder Dexter Fowler from the disabled list for Thursday's game against the Dodgers, but held off on making the same declaration about shortstop Troy Tulowitzki.
7/10/2013 | Sox going full bore to get Uehara in All-Star Game
With closer Koji Uehara trailing in the All-Star Game Final Vote contest to be the last player picked to represent the American League in the All-Star Game, the Red Sox are pulling out all the stops. Uehara has slid from second place in the voting to fourth over the past two days.
7/10/2013 | Flying solo: Nats' home runs back stellar Gio
After a two-day absence, the Nationals' offense came back to life to back starter Gio Gonzalez and defeat the Phillies, 5-1, at Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday night.
7/10/2013 | Datz finishes up six weeks of radiation treatment
Mariners third-base coach Jeff Datz has been sidelined since late April after announcing he was dealing with cancer, but the longtime baseball man didn't talk publicly about his situation until Wednesday when he revealed he's now done with six weeks of radiation treatment.
7/10/2013 | Giants pitcher Gaudin charged with lewdness
Giants pitcher Chad Gaudin has been charged with lewdness after allegedly touching a woman's breast in a Las Vegas hospital in January.
7/10/2013 | Overbay's slam opens floodgates for Yanks
Robinson Cano jolted the slumbering Yankees offense with a long three-run homer and Lyle Overbay blew the night open with his fourth career grand slam, powering New York to an 8-1 victory over the Royals on Wednesday at Yankee Stadium.
7/10/2013 | Zduriencik not aggressively pursuing trades
Three weeks prior to the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline, general manager Jack Zduriencik says he's not actively pursuing deals yet despite his team being 10 games under .500 and 10 1/2 games back in the American League Wild Card race.
7/10/2013 | Lefty-lefty matchup goes Cards way with Carpenter
With a two-run homer in the seventh, Matt Carpenter capped the Cardinals' come-from-behind, 5-4, win against the Astros and extended St. Louis' winning streak to five Wednesday. All of those victories came during this homestand, which featured sellout crowds at each.
7/10/2013 | Kendrick gets rare day off against Cubs
Angels second baseman Howie Kendrick -- hitless in his last 12 at-bats and three-for-his-last 25, yet still batting .308 -- got only his second day off on Wednesday, sitting out the finale of a two-game series against the Cubs at Wrigley Field.
7/10/2013 | Giants option reliever Kickham to Triple-A Fresno
Following the Giants' 7-2 loss to the Mets on Wednesday, the club optioned left-hander Mike Kickham to Triple-A Fresno. No corresponding move was announced.
7/10/2013 | Wright, Beato called up to give Boston bullpen depth
The Red Sox called up Steven Wright and Pedro Beato from Triple-A Pawtucket on Wednesday, seeking immediate help for a bullpen that has seen seven relievers surrender seven runs in the past two games against the Mariners.
7/10/2013 | After two days off, Ellsbury returns to lineup
The best offense in baseball got a little better on Wednesday, as Jacoby Ellsbury returned to the Red Sox's lineup.
7/10/2013 | Nats sing All-Star hopeful Desmond's praises
Nationals right-hander Jordan Zimmermann, a member of the 2013 National League All-Star team, was surprised to learn that teammate Ian Desmond ranked fourth in the 2013 All-Star Game Final Vote.
7/10/2013 | Gyorko notches two hits to open rehab assignment
Second baseman Jedd Gyorko, who has been on the disabled list since June 10, went 2-for-3 with a double in his first rehab game with Class A Lake Elsinore.
7/10/2013 | Blue Jays flip Dickey, Buehrle in their rotation
The Blue Jays made a minor change to their starting rotation by moving R.A. Dickey up one day and giving left-hander Mark Buehrle an additional day of rest. Dickey will now take the mound in Thursday's series finale against the Indians.
7/10/2013 | Cubs in better position as Trade Deadline nears
A year ago at the July 31 Trade Deadline, the Cubs had to scramble to fill in the gaps. This year, the Cubs feel they are better prepared to handle the moves.
7/10/2013 | Gibson likes Putz's progress
D-backs manger Kirk Gibson said J.J. Putz is throwing the ball better every time he pitches, but he isn't ready to insert the veteran back into the closer's role.
7/10/2013 | Hamilton hits two of five homers in rout of Cubs
Josh Hamilton has his first multi-homer game for the Angels and went back-to-back with Albert Pujols for the first time, leading an offensive onslaught that saw the Angels put up crooked numbers in the first and fifth innings en route to an 13-2 thrashing of the Cubs at Wrigley Field on Wednesday night.
7/10/2013 | Schumaker's suspension upheld by MLB
Dodgers second baseman Skip Schumaker's two-game suspension was upheld by Major League Baseball on Wednesday and he was just as annoyed as he was when he first received the discipline.
7/10/2013 | Royals let Perez rest tightness in right leg
Catcher Salvador Perez was not in the Royals' starting lineup against the Yankees on Wednesday for the second time in a four-game span as he continues to deal with tightness in his lower right leg.
7/10/2013 | Cosart's callup could be first of many for Astros
The Astros announced following Wednesday's game Jarred Cosart, their top-ranked pitching prospect and fourth-ranked overall, would make his big league debut by starting Friday's game in Tampa Bay. The team optioned outfielder Jimmy Paredes to Triple-A Oklahoma City.
7/10/2013 | Cleared after BP, Carter returns to lineup in St. Louis
Outfielder Chris Carter was back in the lineup Wednesday after dealing with a minor hand injury the past four days, suffered when he took a ball off his right hand as he slid to second base against the Rangers on Friday.
7/10/2013 | Athleticism jumps off the page for Padres' Peterson
One look at San Diego Padres shortstop prospect Jace Peterson, and it is obvious he is an athlete. He just has that toned, fit look. Watching him play shortstop for Class A Advanced Lake Elsinore in the California League, his physical presence converts to athletic ability and projectable tools.
7/10/2013 | Cole could head to Minors to stay fresh during break
Gerrit Cole appears to be locked into the Pirates' rotation going forward. However, the Bucs seem set to move on the idea of having him stay on his throwing schedule around the lengthy All-Star Game break.
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