9/10/2013 | Clemens' recovery to impact rotation decision
Having shut down rookie right-hander Jarred Cosart for the remainder of the season after he threw a career-high workload this year, the Astros still haven't determined whether they will continue with a six-man rotation or go with a five-man rotation the rest of the way.
9/10/2013 | Gibby reflects on legendary Dodgers homer
With the 25th anniversary of his legendary home run for the Dodgers in the 1988 World Series just over a month away, D-backs manager Kirk Gibson met with the media at Dodger Stadium on Tuesday to discuss it.
9/10/2013 | Turner exits vs. Nats with tight right hamstring
Justin Turner left the Mets' 6-3 loss to the Nationals on Tuesday night in the seventh inning with a tight right hamstring. Turner, who started at third base, hit a double in the bottom of the sixth inning. Matt den Dekker then singled, and Turner slowed up while rounding third base before scoring.
9/10/2013 | Uribe's work with McGwire is paying off
Juan Uribe worked hard over the winter in the Dominican Republic to win back his starting job with the Dodgers at third base this season, but he's also benefited from his work with hitting coaches Mark McGwire and John Valentin.
9/10/2013 | Miller keeps Cards' rotation rolling in opener win
After a weekend sweep of the Pirates that featured three quality starts, Shelby Miller continued the rotation's roll with another on Tuesday. With 6 2/3 scoreless innings and the support of Matt Holliday's sixth-inning blast, Miller lifted the Cardinals to a 4-2 win over a Brewers club that has beaten St. Louis just three times in 14 tries this season.
9/10/2013 | Trumbo, Hamilton chase Buehrle as Halos roll
Mark Trumbo notched four extra-base hits, Josh Hamilton hit his 20th homer and the Angels racked up eight runs on 12 hits before Mark Buehrle could record his first out of the fifth, slugging their way to a 12-6 victory at Rogers Centre on Tuesday night.
9/10/2013 | Indians can't solve Guthrie or rally late vs. Royals
Right-hander Zach McAllister continued Cleveland's recent run of strong pitching until finally flinching in the sixth inning, causing enough damage to send the Tribe on its way to a 6-3 loss to the Royals at Progressive Field. Cleveland is 1 1/2 games back in the AL Wild Card race.
9/10/2013 | Royals back solid Guthrie to snap Cleveland skid
Led by starter Jeremy Guthrie, the Royals won Tuesday's game, 6-3, snapping a six-game losing streak at Progressive Field and evening this week's key series. Kansas City is three games back in the AL Wild Card race.
9/10/2013 | J. Upton exits game after fouling ball off knee
Braves outfielder Justin Upton exited the fourth inning of Tuesday night's game against the Marlins with what appeared to be a bruised right knee.
9/10/2013 | Tejada back with Mets looking to prove his worth
Ruben Tejada had shown enough in the last few years to suggest he could be the Mets' starting shortstop for years to come. He was solid in the field and provided the team with a serviceable leadoff hitter. All of that made his struggles earlier this season so much more confounding. The Mets recalled the shortstop from Triple-A Las Vegas on Tuesday, and Collins said Tejada is going to be in the lineup on Wednesday.
9/10/2013 | Mets confirm exhibition series in Montreal vs. Jays
The Mets will play the Blue Jays in a pair of exhibition games on March 28 and 29 at Olympic Stadium, the team confirmed Tuesday.
9/10/2013 | Mattingly hopeful Kemp will return for 10-12 games
Matt Kemp hasn't played with the Dodgers since July, but manager Don Mattingly is optimistic the injured center fielder will be back in the Majors before the end of the regular season.
9/10/2013 | Walker impressive in first taste of Majors
Top prospect Taijuan Walker only made three big league starts before the Mariners shut him down for the season, but that was plenty of time for the 21-year-old to impress fans, coaches and players alike.
9/10/2013 | Morton penciled in to start Friday, will test foot first
Clint Hurdle has Charlie Morton in his rotation for the Pirates' next series -- the right-hander is penciled in to face the Cubs on Friday at PNC Park -- because "I can't eliminate him."
9/10/2013 | Greatest dynasty? No topping Big Red Machine
The 1927 Yankees over the 1976 Reds? Nah. The same goes for all of those other pinstriped teams, ranging from DiMaggio and Mantle to Jackson and Jeter. Nobody surpasses those legendary Reds, and they'll hold that distinction as long as baseballs are round.
9/10/2013 | Peralta to begin working out with Tigers in Chicago
While no decision has been made about reclaiming a spot on the active roster, Jhonny Peralta will resume workouts with the Tigers on Wednesday. Peralta's 50-game suspension ends Sept. 26.
9/10/2013 | Final stretch forces Crew to use six-man rotation
Tuesday marked the first of 20 games in 20 days to finish the Brewers' season, a grueling stretch in which manager Ron Roenicke will employ at least six starting pitchers.
9/10/2013 | Cingrani leaves game with back spasms
In what could be a tough setback in the stretch run, the Reds had to cut short starting pitcher Tony Cingrani's outing in Tuesday's 9-1 loss to the Cubs due to back spasms. Cingrani was visited at the mound by a trainer and pitching coach Bryan Price following a 1-0 pitch with two outs in the second inning to the Cubs' Edwin Jackson at Great American Ball Park.
9/10/2013 | Manto sees progress in young White Sox hitters
Despite the White Sox sitting near the bottom in several offensive categories, hitting coach Jeff Manto has seen the club's young hitters make progress this season.
9/10/2013 | Walden could be ready to return Thursday
As the Braves spend the next few weeks attempting to post the best bullpen ERA in franchise history, it appears they will have the luxury of utilizing a refreshed and healthy Jordan Walden.
9/10/2013 | Perez's win streak halted as Texas falters in clutch
The lack of early run support for Martin Perez, who had his roughest start in nearly two months, led to yet another September loss, a 5-4 setback to the Pirates on Tuesday night at Rangers Ballpark. The A's also lost, so the Rangers remain two games behind Oakland in the American League West and lead the AL Wild Card race.
9/10/2013 | Gordon doesn't let bug keep him from homer No. 100
Three months after a moth flew into one of Alex Gordon's peepers during a key ninth-inning at-bat in Kansas City, the left fielder had to overcome the annoyances of another insect in Cleveland on Monday.
9/10/2013 | Leyland: Responsibility for signs falls on us
In light of the Yankees-Orioles confrontation regarding sign stealing, Tigers manager Jim Leyland suggested that it falls primarily on his team to prevent others from figuring out the signs.
9/10/2013 | Starters' success crowding Blue Jays' bullpen
With just 19 games remaining entering Tuesday's contest with the Angels, there probably will not be a lot of playing time for pitchers like Ricky Romero and Kyle Drabek.
9/10/2013 | Harper takes BP, plans to return to lineup tonight
Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper returned to the club on Tuesday and was seen taking batting practice without any problems. According to manager Davey Johnson, Harper will be back in the lineup Wednesday against the Mets. Head athletic trainer Lee Kuntz reiterated that the MRI on Harper's left hip was negative.
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