6/6/2012 | Marlins turn to JJ to tame rival Braves, even series
After dropping the series opener to the rival Braves by an 11-0 score, the Marlins turn to their ace, Josh Johnson, as they try to even the series Wednesday night. Randall Delgado, coming off a win in his previous start, gets the nod for Atlanta.
6/6/2012 | Quintana returns to the hill against Morrow, Blue Jays
Jose Quintana has filled in quite nicely for injured White Sox left-hander John Danks, and he'll get one more shot to impress the big league club on Wednesday against Brandon Morrow and the Blue Jays.
6/6/2012 | Miley looks to give D-backs series win over Rox
For guidelines on how to convert from reliever to starter midseason, all Rockies left-hander Josh Outman will need to do is look at the man taking the mound opposite him on Wednesday.
6/6/2012 | Leach: Market for buyers, sellers taking shape
It's a new landscape for general managers as trade season dawns. The second Wild Card in each league means that more teams than ever have realistic shots at the postseason, which should depress the number of sellers. At the same time, though, division leaders may be more aggressive to improve, hoping to avoid falling into the one-game Wild Card playoff.
6/6/2012 | MLB Notebook: Pitchers racking up big K's
Four pitchers posted double-digit strikeouts Tuesday, increasing the season total to 55, which is ahead of the pace set in 1998, when the season record was set for games with 10 or more K's.
6/6/2012 | Moore: McCutchen surges despite big contract
Andrew McCutchen is a rarity. Since he signed the most expensive deal in the 130-year history of the Pirates three months ago, he has gotten significantly better, not shockingly worse like many of his peers.
6/6/2012 | Hamilton declines to participate in Derby
Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton, who is baseball's leading vote-getter for the 2012 All-Star Game in Kansas City after the first ballot update, told reporters Tuesday he will not participate in this year's Home Run Derby.
6/6/2012 | Rays designate Allen for assignment
Rays outfielder Brandon Allen was reinstated from the disabled list and designated for assignment on Wednesday.
6/6/2012 | O's add another Ripken to family in 20th round
The Orioles selected Ryan Ripken, the son of Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr., in the 20th round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft on Wednesday.
6/6/2012 | Cardinals draft Matheny's, Oquendo's sons
The Cardinals on Wednesday selected manager Mike Matheny's son Tate, a prep outfielder, in the 23rd round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft.
6/6/2012 | Tigers lose Avila to DL with hamstring issue
What began as a tight right hamstring when Alex Avila woke up on Saturday has landed the Tigers' All-Star catcher on the disabled list for the first time in his career.
6/6/2012 | Mets get Bay, Beato back from disabled list
The Mets continued their flurry of roster moves prior to Wednesday's game, activating outfielder Jason Bay and right-handed reliever Pedro Beato from the disabled list.
6/6/2012 | Trial gets testy as McNamee's wife takes stand
The contentious atmosphere of the federal perjury trial of Roger Clemens reached a boiling point Wednesday as the much-anticipated testimony of Brian McNamee's wife got under way.
6/6/2012 | Padres draft son of Rockies GM O'Dowd
The Padres selected Dartmouth catcher Chris O'Dowd, the son of Rockies general manager Dan O'Dowd, in the 25th round of the First-Year Player Draft on Wednesday.
6/6/2012 | Padres tab Marquis for start vs. Giants
Jason Marquis will become the 10th different starting pitcher used by the Padres when he makes a start Thursday against the Giants at Petco Park.
6/6/2012 | Justice: Astros will be in good spot at Deadline
For the team seeking a quality starting pitcher, Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow is the man to see. If you're looking for a solid closer, Luhnow can help you there, too.
6/6/2012 | Meggie: Dragonfly Foundation kids have a field day
The lineups at Great American Ball Park didn't sport names like Joey Votto or Brandon Phillips. The names on the players' jerseys were those of children battling cancer and blood disorders.
6/6/2012 | Doc addresses injury, future in Philly
Roy Halladay addressed questions about his future and injury during a news conference Wednesday at Citizens Bank Park.
6/6/2012 | Dice-K set for Saturday return vs. Nationals
The return of Daisuke Matsuzaka is set for Saturday, as the right-hander will take Daniel Bard's spot in the rotation for a start against the Washington Nationals.
6/6/2012 | Longoria on hammy: 'I'm ready to push it'
Evan Longoria is close to reaching a point where he can begin playing games again. The Rays' third baseman has been on the disabled list with a partially torn left hamstring since May 1 and has missed 32 games since.
6/6/2012 | Moyer signs Minor League deal with Orioles
The Orioles announced Wednesday that they've signed veteran Jamie Moyer to a Minor League contract and he will start for Triple-A Norfolk on Saturday in Buffalo.
6/6/2012 | After Naquin, Indians load up on right-handers
The Indians took the best available player in the first round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft when they selected Texas A&M outfielder Tyler Naquin, then the Tribe drafted by need later by adding right-handed pitching.
6/6/2012 | Fifth round was seventh heaven for Boston pick
As perhaps one of the first players to benefit from the new bonus caps, Binghamton University senior right-hander Mike Augliera was ecstatic to be drafted in the fifth round by the Red Sox.
6/6/2012 | Padres draft bench coach Renteria's son
The Padres grabbed a familiar face with their 39th-round Draft pick Wednesday, selecting Anthony Renteria, son of San Diego bench coach Rick Renteria, with the 1,185th overall pick.
6/6/2012 | Brewers excited about balance in system
When the Brewers went after bats with their first four picks of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft, it was partly because they could afford to do so.
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