7/23/2012 | Bodley: After slow start, Tigers on a roll
The way the Tigers, who are on a five-game winning streak, have been playing is impressive. The Angels and White Sox are two of the strongest teams in the AL, yet Detroit won six of the seven games.
7/23/2012 | Clock ticking down on decision from Hamels
Eight days remain before the non-waiver July 31 Trade Deadline and Cole Hamels remains unsigned. The Phillies need to know his plans soon.
7/23/2012 | Mets temper expectations as Harvey arrives in NY
The message was the same from many different voices -- from Matt Harvey's Minor League manager to his agent to his new teammates in Flushing. All of them congratulated Harvey, one of the game's top pitching prospects, before warning him to not "try and be Superman."
7/23/2012 | Hanley likely back in Marlins lineup on Tuesday
Hanley Ramirez took early batting practice at Marlins Park on Monday afternoon, and manager Ozzie Guillen expects the third baseman to be back in the lineup Tuesday.
7/23/2012 | Slugger Cabrera merely getting finer with age
Miguel Cabrera -- who hit his 300th homer on Sunday -- has plenty of baseball and accomplishments ahead of him.
7/23/2012 | Phils' Howard awarded home run after review
Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard hit a solo home run to left field in the bottom of the first inning of Monday's game off the Brewers' Randy Wolf. The hit was originally ruled a double, but the umpires convened and reviewed the call via instant replay.
7/23/2012 | Adrian named AL Player of the Week
Adrian Gonzalez of the Red Sox was named the American League Player of the Week on Monday. Last week, Gonzalez had 12 hits, three home runs and 12 RBIs.
7/23/2012 | Elbow better, but Garza likely to be skipped
Cubs right-hander Matt Garza, lifted from his last start because of cramping in his right elbow, was feeling better on Monday but will most likely be skipped in the rotation at least one start.
7/23/2012 | Alderson: Slumping Mets exploring trade scenarios
General manager Sandy Alderson reassured reporters last week that the Mets would certainly be buyers at the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline.
7/23/2012 | If no deal materializes, Bucs pleased with roster
With a little more than a week remaining before next Tuesday's 4 p.m. ET non-waiver Trade Deadline, Pirates general manager Neal Huntington confirmed an obvious perception: The 2012 Bucs' split personality has made it extremely challenging to identify the contending team's needs.
7/23/2012 | In Desmond's absence, Nats have good options
With the Nationals losing one of their most productive everyday players to the disabled list -- the team's MVP, veteran Mark DeRosa said -- there will certainly be plenty of ground to be made up with Ian Desmond missing time.
7/23/2012 | Indians' Hernandez throws bullpen session
Indians pitcher Roberto Hernandez got back to work on Monday afternoon by throwing a 30-pitch bullpen session in front of the team's coaching staff.
7/23/2012 | In game of matchups, Freese gets rare night off
For just the second time since June 26, Cardinals third baseman David Freese did not find his name in manager Mike Matheny's starting lineup.
7/23/2012 | Victorino OK after getting hit on elbow by pitch
Phillies center fielder Shane Victorino said after Monday's game that he was feeling better after a Randy Wolf pitch hit him in the right elbow in the first inning, forcing him to leave the game.
7/23/2012 | Morneau to rejoin Twins on Tuesday
The Twins will reinstate first baseman Justin Morneau from paternity leave before Tuesday's game and optioned Chris Parmelee back to Triple-A Rochester following Monday night's loss to the White Sox.
7/23/2012 | Dodgers nearly called on Loney to pitch in pinch
If Sunday's marathon against the Mets had remained tied one more inning, James Loney would have made his Major League pitching debut, manager Don Mattingly said Monday.
7/23/2012 | Astros' Cordero ready to face former teammates
Monday marked the first home game for newly acquired closer Francisco Cordero, who made his Astros debut on Friday after being acquired by Houston from the Blue Jays in a 10-player trade on Thursday.
7/23/2012 | Twins' Plouffe forced to sit with jammed thumb
Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said third baseman Trevor Plouffe took two swings on Monday and realized he wasn't ready to return after jamming his right thumb on Friday.
7/23/2012 | Jurrjens remains in Braves' rotation for now
Jair Jurrjens said he was hoping to remain in the starting rotation after enduring a second consecutive ugly start on Sunday against the Nationals. If the Braves do not add another starting pitcher within the next few days, he might get his wish.
7/23/2012 | Lucroy might rejoin Brewers on Thursday
If all goes well, catcher Jonathan Lucroy could rejoin the Brewers when they return home to play the Nationals on Thursday.
7/23/2012 | Perez back with Rangers, to start Tuesday
After he returned to Triple-A Round Rock following a three-week stint with the Rangers, Martin Perez said he didn't think he would be in the Minors long. He just didn't think he would back in the big leagues this quickly.
7/23/2012 | Recent White Sox slide hasn't altered GM's focus
The White Sox might have fallen out of first place in the American League Central this weekend, but general manager Ken Williams said winning the division remains the team's priority.
7/23/2012 | Reds' Chapman thriving in back-to-back games
As Aroldis Chapman continues to transform into a closer, manager Dusty Baker said he's been impressed with how the left-hander has improved at pitching on a second straight day.
7/23/2012 | Masterson plays stopper to help net Tribe win
Justin Masterson pitched 7 1/3 strong innings, Shin-Soo Choo hit a two-run homer and the Indians snapped their four-game losing streak with a 3-1 victory over the Orioles on Monday night at Progressive Field.
7/23/2012 | Great day had by all at Torre's golf tournament
Joe Torre held his annual Safe at Home golf tournament to raise funds for domestic violence awareness at the Trump National Golf Club.
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