8/13/2013 | Bullpen holds out after Padres' fast start
Nick Hundley and Jedd Gyorko hit home runs, and Will Venable had three hits Tuesday to lead the Padres to a 7-5 victory over the Rockies in front of a crowd of 30,366 at Coors Field.
8/13/2013 | Goldy launches two late HRs to lift D-backs
Paul Goldschmidt homered to tie the game in the ninth and then won it with a home run to right to lead off the 11th inning as the D-backs beat the Orioles, 4-3, on Tuesday night at Chase Field.
8/13/2013 | Gio, Werth argue in Nats dugout in first inning
Nationals left-hander Gio Gonzalez and right fielder Jayson Werth were involved in a heated argument in the middle of the first inning on Tuesday night at Nationals Park.
8/13/2013 | Flores may be headed for disabled list
What initially seemed to be a minor injury has developed into something more serious for Mets third baseman Wilmer Flores, who may land on the disabled list with a twisted right ankle.
8/13/2013 | Ross has hip surgery, aims for spring return
D-backs outfielder Cody Ross underwent successful surgery Tuesday to repair a fracture in his right hip, and the reports are that he should be ready for Spring Training next year.
8/13/2013 | Towers talks division race, top prospects
D-backs general manager Kevin Towers touched on a number of topics Tuesday, including the National League West standings and Double-A right-hander Archie Bradley.
8/13/2013 | Tribe takes advantage of erratic Deduno, defense
The Indians took advantage of poor Twins defense and erratic pitching Tuesday, mounting a steady offensive attack behind Zach McAllister before Ryan Raburn's two-run homer in the sixth.
8/13/2013 | Jaso meets with concussion specialist in Pittsburgh
John Jaso continues to recover from a concussion that has kept him out of the lineup since July 24, the last time the A's faced the Astros.
8/13/2013 | Roberts finding groove in second month back
After struggling at the plate in July following a near-three-month rehab process for a hamstring injury, Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts is beginning to turn things around.
8/13/2013 | Mariners' Miller, Rays' Zobrist go deep to make history
Seattle's Brad Miller and Tampa Bay's Ben Zobrist joined forces to make baseball history on Tuesday. For the second time in MLB history, both leadoff hitters homered in their first at-bat and socked a second long ball in the same game.
8/13/2013 | Miller marks homecoming with historic homers
Brad Miller hit two home runs in his first Majors game in his home state of Florida as the Mariners topped the Rays, 5-4, at Tropicana Field. The rookie shortstop and the Rays' Ben Zobrist made history when they both homered to lead off the first and then went deep again in the fifth.
8/13/2013 | Banks recognized for Presidential Medal of Freedom
Cubs Hall of Famer Ernie Banks will be awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest honor presented to civilians in the United States. On Tuesday, Banks was recognized at Wrigley Field prior to the Cubs' game.
8/13/2013 | Aybar exits against Yanks with left calf cramp
Angels shortstop Erick Aybar came out of the game after two and a half innings at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday with a cramp in his left calf.
8/13/2013 | Rockies encouraged by Chatwood's status
Rockies starter Tyler Chatwood played catch Tuesday, the first step as he attempts to return from right elbow inflammation. Chatwood said he also played catch Monday, throwing from 90 feet both times.
8/13/2013 | After setback, Oswalt progressing again
Roy Oswalt sustained a left hamstring strain July 7 and seemed to be making startling progress until Aug. 3, when the hamstring tightened on him during his first simulated game. He has now started playing catch and is hoping to resume bullpen sessions this weekend and play a simulated game next week.
8/13/2013 | Hanley penciled in to return on Wednesday
Dodgers shortstop Hanley Ramirez is expected to return to the starting lineup Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium after being limited to one pinch-hitting appearance since Aug. 4 because of a sore right shoulder.
8/13/2013 | Quentin likely to return but not right away
Left fielder Carlos Quentin, who has not played since July 30 because of a right knee strain, will not come off the disabled list Thursday, when he is first eligible.
8/13/2013 | After scare, Lyles snaps nine-start winless stretch
Jordan Lyles won his first decision since June 18, a span of nine starts, with seven innings of one-run ball, and the Astros defeated the A's, 5-4, on Tuesday for their second win against Oakland in 13 games this season, narrowly avoiding a walk-off loss.
8/13/2013 | Hamilton focused on finishing season strong
Josh Hamilton's 2013 season has basically come down to acceptance. His numbers will be way down when it's all said and done, no matter how well he hits in these last seven weeks.
8/13/2013 | Report: Twins place improved Morneau on waivers
Twins first baseman Justin Morneau, who was the subject of several trade rumors before the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline, was reportedly placed on revocable waivers Monday.
8/13/2013 | Lambo makes MLB debut; Presley optioned
Andrew Lambo had to travel only 240 miles from Indianapolis to hook up with the Pirates in St. Louis. But the road he traveled to the Major Leagues was far longer, with many twists and turns.
8/13/2013 | Marte back, looking to avoid future plunkings
The Pirates dodged a bullet with Starling Marte, who was back in Tuesday night's lineup after missing only one start with his left-hand bruise. But what Marte can't dodge are pitches -- the one that briefly sidelined him was the 19th to hit him this season, and he was plunked for the 20th time in the fifth inning of the Pirates' 4-3, 14-inning loss to the Cardinals.
8/13/2013 | Rangers may get Feliz, Tepesch back by September
Rangers general manager Jon Daniels is hopeful to get right-handers Neftali Feliz (triceps tendinitis) and Nick Tepesch (right elbow inflammation) back sometime in September.
8/13/2013 | Lewis to undergo hip surgery
Colby Lewis will undergo right hip resurfacing surgery next week in New York. The surgery is an alternative to hip replacement surgery, where the ball of the hip isn't replaced.
8/13/2013 | Prospect Soler expected to miss Minor League season
Top prospect Jorge Soler, sidelined since June 14 with a stress fracture in his left tibia, most likely will not rejoin Class A Daytona this season, but he still could play in the Arizona Fall League.
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