7/26/2012 | Greinke, starters remain hot commodities
It's now five days until baseball's non-waiver Trade Deadline, and trade talk is the one topic that dominates the game these days. Clubs are finally gaining some clarity as to whether they're buyers or sellers, and it seems there's a significant move just about every day.
7/26/2012 | Twins place Swarzak on DL, promote Perdomo
The Twins on Thursday placed right-hander Anthony Swarzak on the disabled list with a mild right rotator cuff strain and promoted right-hander Luis Perdomo from Triple-A.
7/26/2012 | Angels, celebs turn out for Pujols' golf tourney
Albert Pujols hosted the 10th annual Albert Pujols Celebrity Golf Tournament on Thursday at Trump National Golf Club. Along with the tournament, a cocktail hour, dinner and awards ceremony and silent auction were a part of the day's festivities.
7/26/2012 | Leyland calls sixth 'tough inning to manage'
It isn't the eighth or ninth innings that have manager Jim Leyland quaking in his cleats. For him the sixth frame is most tenuous.
7/26/2012 | Family affair: Reinsdorf father figure for White Sox
Jerry Reinsdorf serves as White Sox chairman, but he runs the Major League Baseball franchise on the South Side of Chicago more like a family.
7/26/2012 | Starling in the making: Rookie homers on first pitch
Starling Marte made his big league debut on Thursday night, batting leadoff for the Pirates and playing left field against the Astros in Houston. And on the first pitch of the game, he hit a home run.
7/26/2012 | Tribe not worrying about crowded AL Central
The Indians are trying not to worry too much about the crowded field at the top of the American League Central or in the Wild Card race. All they need to be concerned with is the deficit in the standings.
7/26/2012 | Former first-rounder Bell released by Angels
Former first-round pick Trevor Bell cleared waivers and was released by the Angels on Thursday after eight seasons with the organization.
7/26/2012 | Brewers to go with closer-by-committee
How dire is the Brewers' bullpen situation? A team with John Axford, who went 46-for-48 in save chances last season, and Francisco Rodriguez, Major League Baseball's single-season saves king, will try closer-by-committee.
7/26/2012 | Wandy feeling many emotions this weekend
Wandy Rodriguez has a number of emotions as he spends this weekend at Minute Maid Park as a visitor, and will pitch for the Pirates on Saturday.
7/26/2012 | A difficult decision: Pirates move Correia to bullpen
Kevin Correia, winner of his last six decisions, is nonetheless moving to the bullpen to make room in the Pirates rotation for newcomer Wandy Rodriguez.
7/26/2012 | Johnson expects quiet Deadline for Nats
Nats manager Davey Johnson took note of all the club's front-office personnel around the visiting dugout at Miller Park on Thursday afternoon, five days before Tuesday's 4 p.m. ET non-waiver Trade Deadline.
7/26/2012 | Johnson's callup gives Harvey some familiarity
A significant part of why the Mets recalled catcher Rob Johnson prior to their series opener in Arizona on Thursday was because of his history with top prospect Matt Harvey, who made his big league debut.
7/26/2012 | Giants in comfortable position as Deadline nears
The Giants aren't looking for much as Tuesday's non-waiver Trade Deadline approaches. San Francisco's primary needs remain depth in the bullpen and on the bench.
7/26/2012 | Cain sees role model Hunter up close
When Royals center fielder Lorenzo Cain was getting serious about baseball -- something that didn't happen until he was in high school -- one of his role models was Torii Hunter.
7/26/2012 | Rangers eyeing Greinke
The Rangers could know by Sunday if they will be able to acquire pitcher Zack Greinke, after Brewers general manager Doug Melvin acknowledged Thursday that trading Greinke is a possibility.
7/26/2012 | Wedge keeps faith in struggling Ackley
Being in a 1-for-29 slump in his past seven games has done nothing to help Dustin Ackley's difficult first full season, but Mariners manager Eric Wedge has given his second baseman a stamp of approval.
7/26/2012 | Angels tab Haren earlier for action against Rays
The Angels turn to veteran right-hander Dan Haren one day earlier than scheduled to start Friday's opener of a three-game series against Alex Cobb and the Rays at Angel Stadium.
7/26/2012 | A's-O's series opens with Wild Card implications
The Athletics and Orioles open a crucial three-game series Friday at Camden Yards. Both teams are in the thick of the American League Wild Card discussion as the end of July approaches. Baltimore's Zach Britton will oppose Jarrod Parker in the series opener.
7/26/2012 | First-place Reds open against reeling Rockies
The Reds and Rockies open a three-game weekend series on Friday, at opposite ends of the postseason spectrum.
7/26/2012 | Astros try to overcome Karstens to end slide
Jeff Karstens starts for the Pirates opposite Jordan Lyles of the Astros as the teams meet for second of four games on Friday night in Houston.
7/26/2012 | Cubs looking to reverse fortunes against Cards
The Cubs will have revenge on their minds this weekend, when they play host to a team that crushed them last week. The Cardinals outscored the Cubs 23-1 last week, shutting them out in the last two games and notching a 12-run seventh inning en route to a 12-0 win last Saturday.
7/25/2012 | Pools, venues set for '13 Classic preliminaries
Sixteen countries -- with four each playing at venues in Germany, Panama, Taiwan and Florida -- will vie for the final four openings in the 2013 World Baseball Classic field.
7/25/2012 | Roberts traded to Rays for Minor Leaguer
The D-backs designated infielder Ryan Roberts for assignment on Tuesday and activated infielder John McDonald from the disabled list.
7/25/2012 | Astros deal Wandy to Bucs for trio of prospects
Wandy Rodriguez, the last holdover from the Astros' 2005 National League championship team, was shipped to the Pirates on Tuesday night in the latest of a flurry of deals Houston has made this month.
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