7/8/2013 | Lannan blanks Nationals for eight innings in big win
The Phillies got a huge effort Monday night from left-hander John Lannan, who allowed four hits, two walks and struck out four in eight scoreless innings in a 3-2 victory over Lannan's former team, the Nationals, at Citizens Bank Park. Domonic Brown, Darin Ruf and Jimmy Rollins each notched an RBI for Philadelphia.
7/8/2013 | Blue Jays hold 18th annual charity Golf Classic
Like many people on their off-day, the Blue Jays took to the links on Monday as part of the club's 18th annual charity Golf Classic.
7/8/2013 | Healing Cahill tweaks shoulder playing catch
The D-backs placed Trevor Cahill on the 15-day disabled list July 1 with a right hip contusion, but another issue has popped up since the right-hander began playing catch again last week.
7/8/2013 | J-Up sparks onslaught to top Miami in 14th
Capping a marathon pitchers' duel, Justin Upton knocked a two-run double in the 14th, sparking a six-run inning for the Braves as they topped Miami, 7-1, at Marlins Park on Monday night.
7/8/2013 | Uehara on radar as Final Vote candidate
Red Sox closer Koji Uehara hopes that all of his friends in Japan and the United States pile up the votes for him, as he's one of five American League players who can win a trip to the All-Star Game via the Final Vote.
7/8/2013 | All-Star outing on short rest Colon's choice to make
Despite being scheduled to make his final start of the first half of the season Sunday, two days before the All-Star Game, Oakland's Bartolo Colon remains eligible to pitch an inning of work in the Midsummer Classic. Whether he chooses to do so remains to be seen.
7/8/2013 | Granderson not yet ready to swing a bat
Curtis Granderson is nearly six weeks removed from undergoing surgery on his fractured left pinkie finger, but he still hasn't progressed to swinging a bat.
7/8/2013 | Hanigan scratched with soreness in wrist
Reds catcher Ryan Hanigan caught pitcher Homer Bailey's no-hitter against the Giants last Tuesday, but he wasn't behind the plate for Bailey's follow-up start on Monday against the Brewers.
7/8/2013 | Benoit teaming with Giants' Pence on Final Vote
To get Joaquin Benoit some voting help, the Tigers are turning to, of all clubs, the team that beat them in the World Series. On Monday the Tigers and Giants announced a Final Vote partnership, encouraging Detroit fans to vote for Benoit as well as San Francisco outfielder Hunter Pence, and vice versa.
7/8/2013 | Injured All-Star Crain starting to feel better
White Sox reliever Jesse Crain said Monday that his right shoulder strain was beginning to feel better and that he was ready to resume throwing activities.
7/8/2013 | Phegley becoming a hometown hero in Terre Haute
Josh Phegley's rise to the Majors and ascension to the primary catching job with the White Sox has resonated all the way back to his hometown of Terre Haute, Ind.
7/8/2013 | Beachy slated for Tuesday Triple-A start
Brandon Beachy will make the first of what will likely be three Minor League rehab starts on Tuesday night. If he gets through these outings without suffering the setback he experienced last month, the Braves will have to decide how to make a spot for him in their starting rotation.
7/8/2013 | Short-handed Rox take opener at Petco
Tyler Chatwood allowed two runs in 6 2/3 innings as the Rockies took the series opener from the Padres, 4-2, at Petco Park on Monday.
7/8/2013 | Stellar Greinke shuts down D-backs in opener
Zack Greinke allowed two hits on the mound while knocking three singles at the plate as the Dodgers beat Arizona, 6-1, opening a three-game series between the division-leading D-Backs and their closest pursuer, without an unsightly incident.
7/8/2013 | Kemp, Fife headed to 15-day disabled list
Back in injury mode, the Dodgers on Monday placed outfielder Matt Kemp and starting pitcher Stephen Fife on the 15-day disabled list with shoulder injuries.
7/8/2013 | Gomez's catch saves game as Lohse tops Bailey
Carlos Gomez robbed Joey Votto of a potential go-ahead, two-run homer with a game-ending catch as the Brewers topped the Reds, 4-3, on Monday at Miller Park.
7/8/2013 | Ibanez blast helps Felix notch win over Sox
All-Star Felix Hernandez fired seven strong innings to earn his ninth win, while Raul Ibanez belted a go-ahead homer in the fifth and the Mariners never looked back in a 11-4 win over the Red Sox on Monday night.
7/8/2013 | Scheppers has evolved from thrower to pitcher
Final Vote candidate Tanner Scheppers has always been a hard thrower, but he has become more than that this season. He has become a big league pitcher.
7/8/2013 | Cubs, Bryant working to beat Friday deadline
The Cubs and representatives for first-round pick Kris Bryant are continuing to talk in hopes of finalizing a deal before Friday's deadline. Bryant is one of four 2013 first-round picks who remain unsigned.
7/8/2013 | Wood not expected to pitch in All-Star Game
Cubs pitcher Travis Wood is an All-Star, but he most likely won't be able to pitch in the July 16 game because the left-hander is scheduled to start Sunday night.
7/8/2013 | Davis selected to crush long balls at Home Run Derby
Arguably baseball's best story the first half of the season, Orioles slugger Chris Davis will take his talents to the Home Run Derby.
7/8/2013 | Horst to continue rehab assignment at Triple-A
Phillies left-hander Jeremy Horst will continue his rehab assignment Tuesday with Triple-A Lehigh Valley. He hopes to pitch in back-to-back games with the IronPigs on Thursday and Friday.
7/8/2013 | Yanks to go extra mile for Robertson in Final Vote
Jason Zillo and the Yankees' public-relations staff found out that David Robertson was a candidate for the All-Star Game Final Vote sometime in the fifth or sixth inning of Saturday's game against the Orioles. Within hours, they had formulated a plan to get the skilled relief pitcher into the All-Star Game at Citi Field on July 16.
7/8/2013 | Walker remains out of lineup but avoids MRI exam
Pirates second baseman Neil Walker received treatment Monday afternoon after exiting Saturday's game against the Cubs with discomfort in his right side. Brandon Inge started at second base Monday against the Athletics.
7/8/2013 | Locke unable to pitch in All-Star Game
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle will keep the rotation the same heading into the All-Star break, meaning Jeff Locke will not be available for the All-Star Game two days after his Sunday start against the Mets.
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