7/8/2012 | Blue Jays Lawrie held out of finale as precaution
Brett Lawrie left Saturday's game in the sixth inning with tightness in his lower back and was held out of the starting lineup in Sunday's series finale.
7/8/2012 | Kershaw gets call to open Dodgers' second half
Don Mattingly revealed on Sunday the club's rotation out of the All-Star break will begin with Clayton Kershaw followed by Aaron Harang, Chad Billingsley, Chris Capuano and Nathan Eovaldi.
7/8/2012 | D-backs' Putz credits Nagy with fixing mechanics
A small mechanical change has paid off in a big way for D-backs closer J.J. Putz.
7/8/2012 | Padres' Stauffer confident of return to mound in '12
Pitcher Tim Stauffer, on the disabled list since May 15 with a strained right elbow, said that he's certain he'll pitch again this season.
7/8/2012 | Prince caps power show in sweep of Royals
Prince Fielder's three-run shot was the Tigers' third home run of the day, as Jhonny Peralta and Delmon Young also went deep to back Max Scherzer in Sunday's 7-1 win over the Royals.
7/8/2012 | Gee, not Johan, to start Mets' second-half opener
Johan Santana will not make his scheduled start on Friday against the Braves to give his sore right ankle a few days of extra rest. Dillon Gee will start in his place.
7/8/2012 | Weeks' strong effort leads Brewers' comeback win
Rickie Weeks went 3-for-5 with a homer and an RBI single in the 10th inning to lead a comeback victory in the series finale in Houston. Zack Greinke labored through a three-run first inning, but he and the bullpen shut down the Astros from there in a 5-3 win.
7/8/2012 | Cespedes exits early with sprained left thumb
Just one day before the All-Star Break and the four days of rest that comes with it, it appears that A's outfielder Yoenis Cespedes has another injury to deal with.
7/8/2012 | Negro Leagues Museum enjoys All-Star spotlight
The bright spotlight of the 2012 All-Star Game continued to shine on the KC community Sunday, this time illuminating the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and it's new exhibit, "They Were All Stars."
7/8/2012 | Cards pick up 'pen, walk off on Bell, Fish
Prior to Sunday's game, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny talked at length about why his club has struggled to win close games this season. The Cards reversed that trend with a 5-4 walk-off win over the Marlins at Busch Stadium in the final game before the All-Star break.
7/8/2012 | Jake taken: Peavy added to AL All-Star squad
The creative TakeJake Final Vote campaign the White Sox put together came up just short, but veteran starter Jake Peavy made the AL All-Star squad Sunday when he was chosen to replace the injured C. J. Wilson.
7/8/2012 | Blister forces Angels' Wilson out of All-Star Game
Because of a blister on his left middle finger, Angels starter C.J. Wilson will not be participating in Tuesday's All-Star Game in Kansas City, Major League Baseball announced Sunday.
7/8/2012 | Bodley: All-Star Game about special moments
Almost from the second Willie Mays climbed out of the National League dugout in the eighth inning, just about every one of the 40,000-plus sitting in Royals Stadium knew it was a special moment, one of many for MLB.com senior correspondent Hal Bodley.
7/8/2012 | D-backs' Bauer sharp for first big league win
In his third Major League start, Trevor Bauer tossed six shutout innings and Paul Goldschmidt drove in four runs to lead the D-backs past the Dodgers, 7-1, at Chase Field.
7/8/2012 | Reds use back-to-back homers, Cueto to best Friars
Jay Bruce and Ryan Ludwick hit back-to-back homers, while Johnny Cueto went 5 2/3, allowing two runs on seven hits with five K's in the last game before the All-Star break.
7/8/2012 | Blue Jays outslug White Sox to cap first half
On the strength of four home runs, the Blue Jays slugged their way to an 11-9 win over the White Sox in Sunday's first-half finale at U.S. Cellular Field.
7/8/2012 | Trumbo puts Derby field on notice as Halos roll
Derby participant Mark Trumbo's 22nd homer was one of four Angels big flies on Sunday, as they finished the first half of the season on a high note, defeating the Orioles, 6-0, at Angel Stadium.
7/8/2012 | GM Moore discusses KC's plans at FanFest forum
The question had to be coming at what was billed as the Royals Forum on the All-Star FanFest floor at the Kansas City Convention Center: When will hot outfield prospect Wil Myers be in the lineup in Kansas City?
7/8/2012 | Rangers' Feliz, Ogando nearing rehab assignments
Neftali Feliz and Alexi Ogando, two of the five Rangers pitchers currently on the disabled list, will have bullpen sessions Monday at the club's facility in the Dominican Republic before beginning rehab assignments this week.
7/8/2012 | Rangers' Ross could be late All-Star replacement
After another solid outing by his rookie reliever, Rangers manager Ron Washington acknowledged that Robbie Ross would be a candidate to replace an injured All-Star if the opportunity presented itself.
7/8/2012 | Rangers' new-look lineup remains for series finale
The Rangers snapped a five-game losing streak on Saturday night, so manager Ron Washington stuck with the same lineup for Sunday's finale against the Twins.
7/8/2012 | Rangers align post-break starting rotation
Derek Holland, Yu Darvish and Matt Harrison are lined up to pitch the first three games for the Rangers after the All-Star break, followed by Roy Oswalt and Colby Lewis.
7/8/2012 | Crawford says he'll eventually need surgery
Prior to Sunday night's series finale against the Yankees, Red Sox left fielder Carl Crawford admitted he'll inevitably need Tommy John surgery and that at some point his elbow is "going to go out on me."
7/8/2012 | Castellanos, Myers star as U.S. Team romps
Heeding their manager's call for a merciless attack, the U.S. Team broke out the big sticks on Sunday. The U.S., helmed by Royals legend George Brett, dropped a relentless offensive assault on a string of World Team pitchers on the way to a 17-5 rout in the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game at Kauffman Stadium.
7/8/2012 | Reddick's extra-innings hit gets A's to .500
It was only fitting that the A's end the first half with yet another close game, like so many that they've played recently. And like most of those high-intensity affairs, Oakland came out on top again on Sunday.
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