8/29/2012 | Dodgers hold off Rox
As a bruised Matt Kemp watched and with closer Kenley Jansen unavailable, the Dodgers barely sidestepped a series sweep at Coors Field on Wednesday by hanging on for a wild 10-8 win over the Rockies.
8/29/2012 | Reds first to 80 wins after sweeping D-backs
The Reds erupted for four home runs over the seventh and eighth innings, including a pair from Chris Heisey, to support Mat Latos in a 6-2 victory and three-game sweep of the D-backs on Wednesday at Chase Field.
8/29/2012 | Street, Thatcher could return during Rox series
The Padres' bullpen has been downright stingy of late, but they may be about to get even more formidable this weekend, as veteran arms Joe Thatcher and Huston Street are set to rejoin the team after August stints on the disabled list.
8/29/2012 | Kelly among Padres prospects heading to AFL
As Padres' fans well know, there was a highly-anticipated announcement regarding the future of the organization made Wednesday. In addition to the sale of the team, the Padres also finalized which Padres prospects would be heading to the Arizona Fall League.
8/29/2012 | Harrison on collision: 'No other place to go'
If there is a face of the Bad News Bucs, it belongs to Josh Harrison following his full-contact crash Tuesday night into Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina.
8/29/2012 | Chipper plays final game in city where it all started
There was a sense of nostalgia when Chipper Jones took the field for Wednesday's series finale at Petco Park. This was his last game in San Diego, the same city where he made his Major League debut on Sept. 11, 1993.
8/29/2012 | Injuries won't prevent Peavy, Ramirez from playing
White Sox pitcher Jake Peavy and shortstop Alexei Ramirez are not expected to miss any action while recovering from minor injuries.
8/29/2012 | Strasburg sticks around, puts in work after rough start
After getting hit around by the Marlins and giving up a career-high seven runs, Stephen Strasburg had "an old-fashioned sitdown" with catcher Kurt Suzuki, pitching coach Steve McCatty and bench coach Randy Knorr, according to Nationals manager Davey Johnson.
8/29/2012 | Rangers' Cruz good to go after being hit by pitch
Nelson Cruz is in the lineup, batting fifth, and playing right field after leaving Tuesday's game with a contusion in his left elbow.
8/29/2012 | Indians designate Duncan for assignment
The Indians designated outfielder Shelley Duncan for assignment and promoted right-hander Jeanmar Gomez from Triple-A Columbus on Wednesday.
8/29/2012 | Ozzie wants Marlins to handle injuries differently
Manager Ozzie Guillen has kept his cool on a number of things that have gone wrong for the Marlins this year. When it comes to players being hurt and how they go about recovering, his voice raised.
8/29/2012 | Reyes, JJ pitch in for Kids Wish Network
Thanks to the Kids Wish Network, Jose Reyes and Josh Johnson played host to Blake Brunner, a 17-year-old Minnesota native who was diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy, a condition that makes it difficult for the heart to efficiently pump blood.
8/29/2012 | Mets firm about Harvey's innings cap
Despite the Mets' plan to proceed with a six-man rotation, potentially for the rest of the season, Matt Harvey's innings limit will prevent him from personally reaching the end of September.
8/29/2012 | Crisp returns to A's lineup after foot injury
When A's skipper Bob Melvin watched Coco Crisp limp around the dugout and clubhouse on Monday night, he figured the outfielder would need a few days off. Much to Melvin's delight, Crisp needed only one day of rest.
8/29/2012 | Phils take cautious route, sit Brown vs. Mets
Continuing to experience left knee soreness, Domonic Brown was kept out of Wednesday's lineup against the Mets.
8/29/2012 | Rays sending eight to Arizona Fall League
Representing the Rays organization in the Arizona Fall League will be right-handers Kirby Yates and Lenny Linsky; left-handers Chris Rearick and C.J. Riefenshauser; infielders Tim Beckham, Hak-Ju Lee and Richie Shaffer; and outfielder Kevin Kiermaier.
8/29/2012 | Jansen out indefinitely
After his club hung on to a wild 10-8 win over the Rockies on Wednesday, manager Don Mattingly revealed that closer Kenley Jansen is out indefinitely with a recurrence of an irregular heartbeat that sent him to a local hospital before Tuesday night's game.
8/29/2012 | Utley open to exploring move to third for Phillies
Looking into the near future, Chase Utley is smart enough to know the Phillies need an everyday third baseman next season.
8/29/2012 | As manager, Matheny not so high on collisions
Cardinals manager Mike Matheny estimates that he suffered 25-30 concussions during his playing career, most of those the result of contact during collisions he sustained at home plate.
8/29/2012 | Showalter rules out callup for Bundy
Orioles top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy will head to instructional league when his season with Double-A Bowie ends, manager Buck Showalter announced prior to Wednesday's game.
8/29/2012 | Fister in rotation, Smyly assigned to bullpen
Right-hander Doug Fister was officially named the Tigers' starter for Friday night's series opener against the White Sox at Comerica Park. Drew Smyly will work out of the bullpen.
8/29/2012 | Ackley shines at 2B with glove for Mariners
Second baseman Dustin Ackley's steadily consistent development on defense has been somewhat overlooked.
8/29/2012 | Greeted with win
Eric Stults shut down the Braves for the second time in as many weeks, allowing no earned runs in six excellent innings on Wednesday. San Diego won the rubber game, 8-2, to take the series.
8/29/2012 | MLB explores agents' alleged link to PED dealer
Major League Baseball is investigating whether agents Sam and Seth Levinson acted as liaisons between former All-Star catcher Paul Lo Duca and admitted steroid distributor Kirk Radomski.
8/29/2012 | Elated Twins to host Midsummer Classic in 2014
With the news that Target Field will host the 2014 All-Star Game, Twins executives, coaches and players couldn't contain their excitement on Wednesday.
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