7/24/2012 | Felix faces former Mariners Freddy, Ichiro
Tuesday's start against the Yankees at Safeco Field is going to be a surreal one for Mariners ace Felix Hernandez on more than just one level.
7/24/2012 | White Sox try to regain momentum against Twins
Two rookie hurlers, Cole De Vries and Jose Quintana, will take the mound at U.S. Cellular Field on Tuesday when the Twins and White Sox renew their rivalry.
7/24/2012 | Surging Volquez out to tame Giants' hot hitters
If Padres pitcher Edinson Volquez prepares for his outing against San Francisco on Tuesday the way he prepared for his last start, the Giants likely will have their work cut out for them.
7/24/2012 | Saunders trying to pitch D-backs to fifth straight win
Lingering arm soreness will cause Rockies pitcher Drew Pomeranz to miss Tuesday's start against the surging D-backs, who will send left-hander Joe Saunders to the mound at Chase Field.
7/24/2012 | Guessing game can turn into mind game at plate
Who has the last say in the meeting of the minds between a pitcher and hitter? Ultimately, the guy holding the bat has to connect with whatever pitch the hurler heaves. Does that leave the advantage with the men atop the mound?
7/24/2012 | Meggie: Cooperstown weekend is baseball heaven
There is, arguably, no better place on this earth to be than Cooperstown, New York during a certain few days in the middle of July.
7/24/2012 | Castrovince: O's mull trade questions during chase
The Orioles find themselves in the playoff hunt deep into the season, despite a worrisome run differential that may lead to Deadline moves.
7/24/2012 | Ichiro aware of conditions in trade to Yankees
Prior to acquiring Ichiro from the Mariners on Monday, the Yankees required the 38-year-old outfielder to sign off on a list of sacrifices they wanted the Japanese star to make.
7/24/2012 | Still no deal as Dempster mulls his options
A source said Tuesday that Ryan Dempster has not yet officially exercised his right to veto a trade. But as Tuesday progressed, the Braves had less reason to feel confident about a deal with the Cubs being completed.
7/24/2012 | Tribe acquires Lillibridge from Red Sox
The Indians acquired Brent Lillibridge from the Red Sox on Tuesday afternoon, adding a versatile option to their bench.
7/24/2012 | Mets demote Duda to make room for Harvey
Needing to clear roster space for top pitching prospect Matt Harvey, the Mets optioned slumping outfielder Lucas Duda to Triple-A Buffalo on Tuesday.
7/24/2012 | MLB Notebook: A lot of career hits in Yanks' lineup
Derek Jeter, Alex Rodriguez and Ichiro Suzuki -- now Yankees teammates after Monday's trade of Ichiro -- have a combined 8,617 hits. Among active players, Jeter owns the most hits, Rodriguez is second and Ichiro is sixth.
7/24/2012 | Cashman: Rivera won't be back this season
Injured Yankees closer Mariano Rivera has vowed to pitch again, but general manager Brian Cashman said it won't happen this season.
7/24/2012 | Kendall retires after ending comeback attempt
Jason Kendall, 38, announced his retirement as a player on Tuesday in Springdale, Ark., where he'd been scheduled to continue his comeback attempt in Northwest Arkansas' return to Arvest Ballpark for a homestand.
7/24/2012 | MLB leaders speak at Diversity Business Summit
The opening bell of the Diversity Business Summit brought word from the top. Five of the most prominent executives in Major League Baseball shared the stage Tuesday at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place, and they took turns sharing anecdotes from their respective pasts.
7/24/2012 | Mariners recall Carp, Robinson from Triple-A
As expected, the Mariners recalled Mike Carp from his rehab assignment in Triple-A Tacoma and activated him from the 15-day disabled list on Tuesday.
7/24/2012 | Reunited with Tigers, Infante feels at home
Back with the Tigers after a trade that brought him over from the Marlins, Omar Infante was comfortable with his new -- and in some cases, old -- teammates, saying he's "home."
7/24/2012 | Dweller makes Brave exit from Fan Cave
On a day when Chipper Jones finally joined Twitter, the last remaining Braves backer in the MLB Fan Cave was shown the exit. Ricky Mast's departure leaves Ashley Chavez (Giants fan), Ricardo Marquez (Angels), Gordon Mack (Phillies) and Kyle Thompson (Cardinals) as the final four that will attempt to watch every single game in 2012.
7/24/2012 | Pierzynski likely back in White Sox lineup Friday
White Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski was out of the starting lineup Tuesday and won't play Wednesday because of a mild right oblique strain.
7/24/2012 | Ozzie: Onus on himself, players, not Marlins brass
Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen on Tuesday delivered a terse message to critics of the team making major trades: Blame those in uniform, not the front office.
7/24/2012 | Crew's Axford working way back to closer role
Since being removed from Milwaukee's closer role on July 17, Axford has pitched well in four middle-relief appearances. The plan is for him to eventually return to the ninth-inning role, but it won't happen until the club feels he's ready.
7/24/2012 | Francisco to pitch for Binghamton on Wednesday
Mets closer Frank Francisco will begin his rehab assignment with Double-A Binghamton on Wednesday, one day later than initially planned.
7/24/2012 | Fish could alter market
What seemed a bit hard to fathom earlier this month is now very much a reality: The Marlins have begun selling. How that affects the market remains to be seen, but it could be substantial.
7/24/2012 | Rumors swirl as Duquette says O's are buyers
With baseball's Trade Deadline a week away, the Baltimore Orioles find themselves involved in a firestorm of rumors that support executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette's statements that the organization remains in buyer mode.
7/24/2012 | Flores returns to lineup after missing three straight
Catcher Jesus Flores was back in the starting lineup for the Nationals on Tuesday night in New York after missing three straight games with back stiffness.
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