6/9/2013 | Uggla swats pair as Minor, Braves cruise in LA
Dan Uggla produced his second multihomer game of the season and Freddie Freeman extended his hot-hitting ways, backing the composed pitching performance Mike Minor gave the Braves in Sunday afternoon's 8-1 win over the Dodgers at Dodger Stadium.
6/9/2013 | Lohse, offense dominate Phillies in finale
Under an open dome on a warm spring Sunday, a healthy Kyle Lohse threw eight sharp innings, rookie Scooter Gennett logged his first Major League RBIs and Carlos Gomez homered on his bobblehead day to cap the Brewers' 9-1 victory.
6/9/2013 | Improving Dickey looks to continue trend vs. Sox
R.A. Dickey is coming off his finest outing of the year, and that's bad news for the White Sox. The Blue Jays knuckleballer starts Monday in the first of three games in Chicago. White Sox hurler Dylan Axelrod will take the mound for the home team.
6/9/2013 | Indians hoping to right the ship in Texas
The struggling Indians will try to get back on track when Scott Kazmir heads to the hill against Josh Lindblom in the opener of a three-game set vs. the Rangers on Monday at the Ballpark.
6/9/2013 | Tigers, Royals set for AL Central showdown in KC
Two of the American League's hottest teams will put their winning streaks on the line on Monday, as the Tigers and Doug Fister face the Royals and Jeremy Guthrie in the series opener at Kauffman Stadium.
6/9/2013 | Bourjos to return Monday, likely won't bat leadoff
Peter Bourjos served as the designated hitter for Triple-A Salt Lake on Sunday afternoon, and if all goes well, there's a good chance the Angels' center fielder will be activated off the disabled list for Monday's series opener in Baltimore.
6/9/2013 | Cobb set to lead Rays against Lackey, Red Sox
The Rays will have Alex Cobb, their 25-year-old right-hander, on the mound Monday when the American League East-leading Red Sox come to town for the opener of a key series in the division. John Lackey starts for Boston.
6/9/2013 | Garcia on hill vs. Angels as O's return home
After a 3-3 road trip, the Orioles return home behind Freddy Garcia to take on Jered Weaver and the Angels in the first of a three-game set at Camden Yards.
6/9/2013 | Homers back Dempster as Sox drop Halos
David Ortiz's three-run shot off Joe Blanton on Sunday jump-started a high-octane Boston offense en route to a 10-5 win a 2-1 series victory over the Angels.
6/9/2013 | D-backs add to inspirational story, select Hahn
D-backs President and CEO Derrick Hall announced Arizona's 34th round pick on Saturday, and his voice grew with pride with each passing word. In a special moment, the team chose paralyzed former Arizona State outfielder Cory Hahn.
6/9/2013 | Marlins activate LoMo, place Coghlan on DL
The Marlins on Sunday activated Logan Morrison from the 60-day disabled list and placed Chris Coghlan on the 15-day DL with right calf nerve irritation.
6/9/2013 | Kirkman heads to DL after learning of cancer diagnosis
Left-hander Michael Kirkman was placed on the 15-day disabled list after being diagnosed with a recurrence of cutaneous lymphoma on his right triceps, found during a routine screening in May by Rangers doctors.
6/9/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: June 9
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
6/9/2013 | Magill steps in as Dodgers seek series win
Matt Magill will step in for the injured Ted Lilly on Sunday, while the Braves will seek a series split behind Mike Minor at Dodger Stadium.
6/9/2013 | Giants' offense breaks out behind six-run fourth
The Giants' 10-5 triumph over the first-place D-backs on Saturday night may have looked lopsided. In reality, it was anything but that.
6/9/2013 | Small schools make their mark in 2013 Draft
The Draft also brought the spotlight to several smaller colleges that might be unknown to even the most ardent baseball fans, as five players were selected from each Lee University and Western Oklahoma State.
6/8/2013 | Dodgers, Yankees 'Old Timers' provide thrills
Dodgers and Yankees legends gathered for the Old-Timers' Game at Dodger Stadium on Saturday, with Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda's boys in blue battling actor/comedian Billy Crystal's pinstripers to a 1-1 tie.
6/8/2013 | Baltimore balances needs in 2013 Draft
Like the 29 other organizations across Major League Baseball, the Orioles got better this week. How much better remains to be seen, but the Orioles added as many as 41 new players to the system via the three-day First-Year Player Draft.
6/8/2013 | Draft provides surprises, encouraging signs for future
The picks are in. Major League Baseball's First-Year Player Draft reached completion on Saturday, and more than 1,200 players were chosen. The draft's final day saw 30 rounds of players come off the board to begin their respective journeys.
6/8/2013 | Giants focus on offense early in 2013 Draft
With the farm system not lacking in pitching prospects, the Giants selected position players with three of their first four picks in the 2013 First-Year Player Draft, including first-rounder Christian Arroyo.
6/8/2013 | Red Sox made pitching a priority in Draft
Of the 40 players Boston selected over the three days of the First-Year Player Draft, 18 were pitchers (five lefties, 13 right-handers), 10 were infielders, seven were outfielders and five were catchers.
6/8/2013 | Cleveland proud of its performance in 2013 Draft
Beginning with the selection of Clint Frazier on Thursday, through each of the draftees nabbed on Saturday, Cleveland put together a Draft performance it's proud of.
6/8/2013 | Top-tier talent selected in 2013 Draft's final day
Over the course of rounds 11-40, there are, invariably, prospects who were rated highly heading into the Draft who get taken. A reason for this is signability, since teams don't want to take a chance on some of these players early in the Draft.
6/8/2013 | Blue Jays stock cupboard with strong arms
The motto for the Blue Jays was to take pitching early and often in the 2013 First-Year Player Draft. Of their first 12 picks, 11 of them were pitchers, highlighted by first-round selection Phillip Bickford.
6/8/2013 | Rays' Draft goes mostly according to plan
The Rays started off the Draft on the right foot Thursday night, selecting a catcher they had their eyes on and a pitcher they did not expect to fall their way late in the first round. Three days later, they believe they managed to keep up that pace.
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