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7/11/2013 | Strained groin forces prospect Gallo out of Futures Game
Class A Hickory infielder Joey Gallo has been pulled out of Sunday's All-Star Futures Game at Citi Field because of a strained groin muscle.

7/11/2013 | Dickerson participates in pregame workouts Thursday
Chris Dickerson, a late scratch with a strained shoulder Wednesday, said he felt fine Thursday. Dickerson took part in pregame workouts and said if that went well, the team would scrap the MRI it had scheduled for Friday.

7/11/2013 | HOF third baseman Robinson takes in an O's game
Legendary third baseman Brooks Robinson attended the Orioles' 6-1 win Wednesday over the Rangers. During the game, the center-field scoreboard showed Robinson in his suite, and fans took notice with a loud cheer.

7/11/2013 | Barbershop days behind Garcia with Phils debut
Luis Garcia had been out of organizational baseball for two years while he worked in a barbershop and for a moving company in New Jersey, but this past winter, he attended a tryout and caught the Phillies' eye.

7/11/2013 | Gonzalez's superb start backed by big home runs
The Orioles got a strong start from Miguel Gonzalez and just enough offense to squeak past the Rangers and secure a series split Thursday with a 3-1 win. Chris Davis hit his 34th homer and Brian Roberts added a solo shot.

7/11/2013 | Freeman, Delabar men of the people
It made perfect sense to expect Yasiel Puig to run away with the NL Final Vote. But in the end, it was Freddie Freeman who owned baseball's electoral map along with AL winner Steve Delabar, whose appeal on both sides of the border was evident.

7/11/2013 | Alvarez selected to replace CarGo in Home Run Derby
Pedro Alvarez has been added to the National League foursome for Monday night's 2013 Chevrolet Home Run Derby as a replacement for Carlos Gonzalez, who has withdrawn due to a sprain of his right middle finger suffered earlier this week.

7/11/2013 | Wright on: Knuckler's strong relief powers Sox
Ryan Dempster allowed seven runs over just 3 1/3 frames, but knuckleballer Steven Wright scattered only three hits over 5 2/3 scoreless innings and Daniel Nava hit a go-ahead RBI single in the 10th inning as the Red Sox beat the Mariners, 8-7, on Thursday afternoon.

7/11/2013 | FanFest offers patrons a plethora of activities
From Friday until Tuesday, the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in midtown Manhattan will be transformed from one of the world's largest convention centers into a hub for Major League Baseball and its fans.

7/11/2013 | Freeman, Delabar win record-setting Final Vote
Freddie Freeman of the Atlanta Braves and Steve Delabar of the Toronto Blue Jays were chosen by fans as the winners of the 2013 All-Star Game MLB.com Final Vote Sponsored by freecreditscore.com in record-shattering online voting on MLB.com.

7/11/2013 | Sore right knee keeps Franklin out of lineup
Mariners rookie second baseman Nick Franklin was held out of Thursday's series finale against the Red Sox after a bothersome right knee situation continued to plague the 22-year-old.

7/11/2013 | Marlins agree to deal with first-round pick Moran
According to a source, Colin Moran on Thursday reached agreement on a contract with Miami, pending completion of his physical. The Marlins selected the 20-year-old third baseman from the University of North Carolina with the sixth overall pick on June 6 in the First-Year Player Draft.

7/11/2013 | Toronto looks to get back on track behind Buehrle
The Blue Jays tab Mark Buehrle to open a three-game set against the Orioles in Baltimore on Friday, opposing Chris Tillman. Heading into the All-Star break, this series is crucial for both teams.

7/11/2013 | Moore selected to replace Darvish on All-Star roster
With Yu Darvish landing on the 15-day disabled list with a strained trapezius muscle, Matt Moore will take his place to round out the American League All-Star squad.

7/11/2013 | Buchholz lined up to make Minor League start Sunday
Clay Buchholz will likely take another step closer to returning to the Red Sox on Sunday by making a Minor League rehab start.

7/11/2013 | Benches clear in White Sox-Tigers game
Tempers flared between the two sides in Chicago's 6-3 win on Thursday at Comerica Park when White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez charged the mound toward Luke Putkonen, who threw a pitch behind Ramirez in the sixth inning. No punches were thrown, and Ramirez was held back from Putkonen.

7/11/2013 | Ramirez leaves with cramping in right leg
It was an eventful Thursday afternoon for White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez in a 6-3 victory over the Tigers at Comerica Park, and he didn't even make it through six innings.

7/11/2013 | Rain shortens A-Rod's latest rehab game
Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez played a half-inning at third base on Thursday for Class A Advanced Tampa before rain washed out his seventh rehab game.

7/11/2013 | New York set to host fifth annual Jr. RBI Classic
They're ready for their All-Star experience. Several youth teams from all corners of the country will converge on New York on Friday for the fifth annual Jr. RBI Classic, a friendly round-robin tourney that celebrates the Major League Baseball initiative to return baseball to urban areas.

7/11/2013 | Jeter sparks Yanks, but exits with tight quad
By the end of the day, Derek Jeter's tone was more muted, as he and the Yankees both await the results of a trip into the MRI tube. With Jeter's help, the Yankees rallied for an 8-4 victory over the Royals in the Bronx, but the 39-year-old was unable to finish the game because of a tight right quadriceps.

7/11/2013 | Chen to make first start of year vs. Indians
The Royals will look for newly minted starter Bruce Chen to give them an edge as he makes his first start of the season on Friday against right-hander Corey Kluber and the Indians.

7/11/2013 | PGA rookie Stefani enjoying MLB.com partnership
A hole-in-one at the US Open has been the highlight of Shawn Stefani's rookie season on the PGA Tour, and he's often asked by fans about the MLB.com sponsorship logo on his bag.

7/11/2013 | Few top Draft picks unsigned as deadline looms
As the signing deadline for players selected in the 2013 First-Year Player Draft approaches Friday at 5 p.m. ET, only nine players taken in the first 10 rounds have yet to agree to terms, including just one first-rounder.

7/11/2013 | All-Star Game umpires, official scorers announced
Longtime Major League umpire John Hirschbeck will serve as Crew Chief for Major League Baseball's 84th All-Star Game on Tuesday at Citi Field.

7/11/2013 | Salazar makes nearly flawless debut in series win
In his Major League debut, Danny Salazar held the Blue Jays hitless into the sixth, allowing just one run on two hits as the Indians topped the Blue Jays, 4-2, on Thursday afternoon at Progressive Field.


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