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7/23/2013 | Miller frustrates Phillies en route to win No. 10
Shelby Miller had 12 days of rest heading into Tuesday's game, and it showed. The rookie right-hander cut through the Phillies' lineup for six scoreless innings, striking out six while surrendering just three hits and a walk, and the Cardinals took the series opener against Philadelphia, 4-1, in front of 44,780 at Busch Stadium for their 60th victory.

7/23/2013 | Future staple Yelich delivers win in big league debut
Perched at the top of Christian Yelich's locker Tuesday night were two encased baseballs, one marking his first career hit and another his first career RBI. They captured the memories of his first big league game, as Yelich went 3-for-4 and drove in two runs in the Marlins' 4-2 victory against the Rockies at Coors Field

7/23/2013 | Nunez keys Yanks' winning rally vs. Nathan
Eduardo Nunez blasted a game-tying triple and Brent Lillibridge redeemed himself for an earlier error with a go-ahead hit as the Yankees rallied for two ninth-inning runs, hanging on for a 5-4 victory over the Rangers on Tuesday.

7/23/2013 | Cozart backs Cingrani as Reds pummel Giants
Tony Cingrani held the Giants to two runs in 6 2/3 innings and Zack Cozart had four hits and one of the Reds' three home runs in a 9-3 rout in the first of two games at AT&T Park on Tuesday night.

7/23/2013 | Ike's bat backs Torres' effort in Mets' victory
Sending Carlos Torres to his first win of the season, Ike Davis came through with a double off the right-field wall in the sixth inning for the lead, and the Mets beat the Braves, 4-1, at Citi Field.

7/23/2013 | Hechavarria takes off in July atop Marlins' lineup
Hitting at the top of Miami's lineup for the 10th time Tuesday, Adeiny Hechavarria seems to have found his groove. Through 17 games this month, the speedy Marlins shortstop is hitting .418 and has driven in four runs.

7/23/2013 | Hand leaves game with hand injury
The hits keep on coming for the Brewers. Right-hander Donovan Hand left Tuesday night's game against the Padres with a right hand contusion after getting hit by a pitch while squaring to bunt in the third inning.

7/23/2013 | Mauer takes leave to attend birth of twins
Joe Mauer left the Twins to see his twins. Mauer was a late scratch from the lineup on Tuesday against the Angels, as he flew back to Minnesota because his wife, Maddie, went into labor with the couple's twins.

7/23/2013 | Riddle solved: Wild rally ends Astros' woes vs. A's
Matt Dominguez hit a game-tying homer in the ninth and Jonathan Villar scored the winning run after a botched pickoff attempt to give the Astros a wild 5-4 win over the A's on Tuesday at Minute Maid Park.

7/23/2013 | Davis to remain in Royals rotation
Despite losing his last four starts, Wade Davis will keep his spot in the Royals rotation.

7/23/2013 | Fan Cave now down to five Dwellers
MLB announced its second cut of the 2013 Cave Dweller cast on Tuesday, meaning White Sox fan Marcus Hall of Aurora, Ill., and Dodgers fan Aaron Roberts of Huntington Beach, Calif., are regular fans like everyone else again.

7/23/2013 | Orioles acquire K-Rod to bolster bullpen
The Orioles acquired veteran pitcher Francisco Rodriguez from the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday, adding the right-handed reliever they coveted in exchange for promising infield prospect Nick Delmonico.

7/23/2013 | Champion Giants heading back to White House
For the second time in three years, the Giants will make the World Series winner's traditional visit to the White House on Monday to meet President Barack Obama and be recognized for capturing baseball's title.

7/23/2013 | Rox believe they can win West with current roster
The Rockies could use a starting pitcher, or could shore up the bullpen at the Trade Deadline. Bill Geivett, the Rockies' senior vice president of Major League operations, reiterated club owner Dick Monfort's assertion that the club will not trade prospects for players in the last year of their contracts.

7/23/2013 | Angels exploring options to replace Blanton
The Angels may not have a lot of options to replace Joe Blanton in the starting rotation, but that does not mean they aren't considering making a change.

7/23/2013 | Sveum ejected after defending Ransom
Cubs manager Dale Sveum doesn't like when umpires look at his players the wrong way, and on Tuesday night, it led to his fourth ejection of the season.

7/23/2013 | Lake gives Cubs jolt in first taste of big leagues
Junior Lake has provided a spark since he was promoted from Triple-A Iowa on Friday, and Cubs manager Dale Sveum said he will keep the dynamic player in the leadoff spot for now.

7/23/2013 | Ramirez, Mastroianni nearing rehab assignments
Outfielders Wilkin Ramirez and Darin Mastroianni are both getting closer to starting rehab assignments in Fort Myers, Fla., according to Twins assistant general Rob Antony.

7/23/2013 | Cahill to face rookies in next stage of rehab
Entering his fourth week on the disabled list, D-backs right-hander Trevor Cahill's path back to the club's starting rotation is beginning to become clear.

7/23/2013 | Ventura ejected in top of first inning
White Sox manager Robin Ventura lasted just three batters into Tuesday's contest against the Tigers, ejected by first-base umpire Gary Darling while arguing an obstruction ruling during a rundown between first and second.

7/23/2013 | Brewers trade K-Rod to Baltimore for prospect
The Brewers made their first move prior to the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline on Tuesday, sending reliever Francisco Rodriguez to the Orioles for third base prospect Nick Delmonico.

7/23/2013 | Yelich, Marisnick hope familiarity breeds success
On Monday, Christian Yelich and Jake Marisnick chatted in a dugout in Kodak, Tenn., sorting out the potential explanations for why they were benched in the middle of a game. They later learned they received the big league call and debuted Tuesday for the Marlins in Colorado.

7/23/2013 | MRI reveals inflammation in Hamilton's right ankle
Josh Hamilton's sore right ankle kept him out of the lineup for a second straight day on Tuesday and a follow-up MRI revealed that the Angels outfielder has some inflammation that could keep him out for one or two more games.

7/23/2013 | Mariners GM: Wedge doing well at hospital
Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik said he didn't know the severity of manager Eric Wedge's condition, but that they had a conversation about Monday night's 2-1 victory over Cleveland and that the skipper appeared fine.

7/23/2013 | Thirty years later, Pine Tar Game sticks with Brett
George Brett says he never tires of talking about the Pine Tar Game, the curious moment of baseball history that defines him to today's fans. Brett met the press on Tuesday at Kauffman Stadium, a day in advance of the 30th anniversary of what has become a video classic of the incident on July 24, 1983, at old Yankee Stadium.


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