6/3/2012 | Nats add veteran lefty Gonzalez to 'pen
In an effort to shore up their bullpen depth, the Nationals have purchased the contract of lefty reliever Mike Gonzalez and optioned righty Ryan Perry to Triple-A Syracuse, it was announced on Sunday. Closer Drew Storen was also transferred to the 60-day DL.
6/3/2012 | Record-tying stats net Stanton NL Player of Month
It was more than just a memorable month for Giancarlo Stanton, it was a historic one. As a result, the Miami slugger won National League Player of the Month honors for May.
6/3/2012 | Leon feels good, next step in rehab coming
Sandy Leon is feeling good as he continues his recovery from the high right ankle sprain he suffered on May 14 during his first Major League game.
6/3/2012 | Moving Dirks to DL, Tigers gain flexibility
The Tigers entered Sunday's series finale against the Yankees short-handed, but manager Jim Leyland had a little more flexibility with his lineup, as outfielder Andy Dirks was placed on the 15-day disabled list and outfielder Matt Young's contract was purchased from Triple-A Toledo.
6/3/2012 | Ross back in action for banged-up McCann
The Braves would have preferred to have rested backup catcher David Ross for at least one additional day. But with Brian McCann unavailable to play in Sunday afternoon's series finale against the Nationals, they opted to give Ross his first start since he tweaked his right groin on May 25.
6/3/2012 | Simmons happy first game's under his belt
Before his Major League debut was postponed by rain on Friday night, Andrelton Simmons said he was willing to accept the playful jabs that he would receive from veteran teammates.
6/3/2012 | Gio, Harper take home NL honors for May
Nationals left-hander Gio Gonzalez was named the National League Pitcher of the Month of May on Sunday, while outfielder Bryce Harper was named the NL Rookie of the Month.
6/3/2012 | Pedroia expects to be back in lineup Tuesday
When the Red Sox open their homestand against the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday night, Dustin Pedroia expects to return to the lineup.
6/3/2012 | Lawrie talks about shooting at Toronto mall
The Blue Jays might be in the middle of a big series against division-rival Boston, but baseball was understandably the last thing on Brett Lawrie's mind Saturday evening in downtown Toronto. Lawrie was in the middle of shopping at the Eaton Centre Mall with his friend, Corey, when tragedy struck.
6/3/2012 | Braun, Ramirez get day off with minor injuries
Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun and third baseman Aramis Ramirez -- Milwaukee's No. 3 and No. 4 hitters -- both had the day off Sunday to rest minor but troublesome injuries.
6/3/2012 | Vlad makes debut at Triple-A Las Vegas
Vladimir Guerrero made his debut for Triple-A Las Vegas on Saturday night by going 1-for-5 with a double. The veteran designated hitter also just missed a home run to straightaway center field in his first at-bat and continues to receive rave reviews from the Blue Jays' Minor League developmental system.
6/3/2012 | Twice as nice: Hamilton AL's best for May
Rangers slugger Josh Hamilton earned his second consecutive AL Player of the Month Award after batting .344 with six doubles, 12 home runs, 32 RBIs and 19 runs in May.
6/3/2012 | Roster decisions looming for Red Sox
Expect Boston's brass to spend time during Monday's off-day discussing upcoming roster decisions. Outfielder Darnell McDonald could be ready to be activated by Tuesday, and Cody Ross (fractured navicular bone in his left foot) also might resurface in the near future.
6/3/2012 | Morrow throws in bullpen, set for next start
Brandon Morrow threw his scheduled bullpen session on Sunday morning and appears set to make Wednesday's start against the White Sox.
6/3/2012 | Baker comfortable using Chapman in finale
Manager Dusty Baker said closer Aroldis Chapman is available to pitch on Sunday after pitching in the first two games of the series against the Astros.
6/3/2012 | Bell touts Cishek's All-Star credentials
Fans don't vote for pitchers on the All-Star ballot, but Marlins reliever Steve Cishek has the endorsement of a former All-Star to be part of the Midsummer Classic.
6/3/2012 | Felix's next start in doubt with back issue
Mariners ace Felix Hernandez was still having problems with his back on Sunday and his status for his next start Wednesday in Anaheim may be becoming less certain as the club waits to see how he recovers in the next day or two.
6/3/2012 | Long trusts Yankees' vets to hit when it counts
On Sunday, a day after the Yankees' struggles with men in scoring position factored significantly into a 4-3 loss to the Tigers, hitting coach Kevin Long spoke about the recent troubles and how he hopes the team can break out of them.
6/3/2012 | Recalling '92, Astros ready to nail top pick
Twenty years ago, the Astros made Phil Nevin the No. 1 Draft pick, bypassing a high school shortstop named Derek Jeter. With the top pick again, they're determined to make the right call.
6/3/2012 | Tigers pay tribute as Magglio hangs up cleats
The Tigers honored fan favorite Magglio Ordonez in a pregame ceremony on Sunday at Comerica Park, remembering some highlights of the player who clinched the 2006 ALCS with a walk-off homer.
6/3/2012 | Manship likely to start for ailing Pavano
Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said right-hander Jeff Manship is the favorite to start against the Royals on Wednesday if right-hander Carl Pavano can't make his scheduled start.
6/3/2012 | Twins Duensing expected to stay in 'pen
Left-hander Brian Duensing has been one of the Twins' best relievers this season and is expected to remain in his current role despite his starting experience.
6/3/2012 | Pirates' Hurdle benches slumping Alvarez
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle benched Pedro Alvarez for the finale of the series against the Brewers, and made it clear that it was not merely a one-day rest for the guy whose latest slump reached 0-for-18 Saturday night.
6/3/2012 | Hague earns Pirates starting first baseman slot
First baseman Matt Hague is no longer part of a platoon with fellow infielders Casey McGehee and Garrett Jones. Clint Hurdle made clear that the spot at first base now belongs to him.
6/3/2012 | Hughes goes distance to upstage Verlander
Phil Hughes went the distance in his best outing of the season and the Yankees beat Justin Verlander for the second time this year, earning a 5-1 win over the Tigers on Sunday to take two of three at Comerica Park.
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