8/6/2012 | Thome out until September with herniated disc
Jim Thome will be out for at least four weeks after being diagnosed with a herniated disc following Tuesday's MRI, and the designated hitter hopes to return sometime in September.
8/6/2012 | Ringolsby: Helton doesn't want to go out like this
Todd Helton's season has come to an end. His career, however, hasn't. The face of the Colorado Rockies won't let his 16 years of excellence end like this.
8/6/2012 | Boston's Bailey readies for next phase of rehab
Reliever Andrew Bailey is progressing in his Minor League rehab assignment, and his next hurdle will be to pitch on back-to-back days for Triple-A Pawtucket.
8/6/2012 | Phillips returns to Reds after missing five games
Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips was back in the lineup Monday night against the Milwaukee Brewers after missing five games with a strained left calf.
8/6/2012 | Pavano's first rehab start Tuesday at Class A
Twins manager Ron Gardenhire gave a rundown on Monday on a few of Minnesota's players on the disabled list, including right-hander Carl Pavano, who is set to make his first rehab start with Class A Fort Myers on Tuesday.
8/6/2012 | Dodgers hire Smith to direct stadium revitalization
After making a number of moves to help the Dodgers on the field, the new ownership made a big one on Monday to help the organization off of it as the team announced the hiring of Janet Marie Smith as senior vice president of planning and development.
8/6/2012 | Garza's return from elbow injury uncertain
As of Saturday, Cubs pitcher Matt Garza fully expected to make his start Tuesday night. But after was diagnosed Monday with a stress reaction in the back of his right elbow, it's not certain whether the right-hander will pitch again this season.
8/6/2012 | Braves could use six-man rotation later this month
Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez has not determined what he will do if Tommy Hanson makes his anticipated return from the disabled list next week. But Gonzalez has not ruled out the possibility of utilizing a six-man starting rotation during the final two weeks of August.
8/6/2012 | Giants add left-hander Mijares to bullpen
The Giants claimed reliever Jose Mijares off waivers from the Royals on Monday. The 27-year-old Mijares, who appeared in 51 games for Kansas City this season, gives San Francisco another left-handed option out of the 'pen.
8/6/2012 | Cubs' Rizzo returns to San Diego
Anthony Rizzo gave his Cubs teammates a first-hand scouting report Monday on Petco Park. He should know. It was his home park last season, his first in the big leagues.
8/6/2012 | New to Tigers, Baker thrilled to be part of race
When the Cubs broke the news to Jeff Baker on Sunday that he had been traded, they told him he gained about 21 games in the standings. That wasn't really a surprise; he figured that as a veteran right-handed hitter, he could be headed to a contender around last week's non-waiver Trade Deadline.
8/6/2012 | White Sox five-man rotation sends Humber to 'pen
With the White Sox returning to a five-man rotation, Philip Humber will be pitching out of the bullpen for the foreseeable future.
8/6/2012 | Marcum to make Class A rehab start Thursday
Shaun Marcum's long trip back to the mound for the Brewers will continue on Thursday, when he makes his first rehab start for Class A Wisconsin.
8/6/2012 | Phils' NL-record sellout streak ends at 257 games
The Phillies' regular-season sellout streak at Citizens Bank Park was snapped at 257 consecutive games during Monday night's 6-1 loss to Atlanta. It ends as the longest streak ever in the National League and third longest in Major League history.
8/6/2012 | Injured Desmond takes grounders, throws
Ian Desmond took a step forward on Monday in his rehab from a torn left oblique, fielding grounders and making throws at shortstop before the Nationals' series opener against the Astros at Minute Maid Park.
8/6/2012 | Bedard's pristine effort aided by McCutchen
Erik Bedard retired 17 straight D-backs on his way to a 4-0 victory in PNC Park, just one night after A.J. Burnett had retired 18 straight men on his way to a 6-2 victory in Cincinnati.
8/6/2012 | Tillman dominates Mariners as O's take opener
Spurred on by seven shutout innings from right-hander Chris Tillman, the O's pitching staff ran its shutout streak to a season-long 28 consecutive innings before Tillman allowed a run in the eighth. But the O's ultimately beat the Mariners 3-1 in the opener of a three-game series at Camden Yards on Monday.
8/6/2012 | Sheets helps Braves continue mastery of Phils
With Ben Sheets adding to the wonder and success of his unexpected comeback, the Braves provided all of the necessary support with a three-run third inning and extended their recent mastery of the Phillies with a 6-1 win on Monday night at Citizens Bank Park. Atlanta has beaten Philadelphia seven straight times.
8/6/2012 | Twins' 10-run inning hands Tribe 10th straight loss
Justin Morneau homered twice and the Twins used a 10-run second inning to help give rookie lefty Scott Diamond his 10th victory, handing the Indians their 10th straight loss with a 14-3 win Monday night at Progressive Field.
8/6/2012 | Castrovince: Indians must re-evaluate approach
Small-market clubs simply have smaller margin for error, and the errors made in the First-Year Player Draft and some particularly prominent trades caught up to the Indians in a big way in 2012.
8/6/2012 | Ethier sits as Dodgers look to keep stars fresh
Andre Ethier was out of the starting lineup Monday, but manager Don Mattingly said it was simply to give his right fielder a day off.
8/6/2012 | Next contract should be lucrative for Lohse
Kyle Lohse maintains that he's not thinking much beyond 2012, a season in which he believes he can help lead the Cardinals back to the postseason. If he did, however, Lohse would certainly find himself to be among the most attractive free-agent pitchers.
8/6/2012 | A's Cespedes out of starting lineup with wrist ailment
For the start of a three-game set against one of the league's best pitching staffs, Oakland was without its most feared hitter on Monday.
8/6/2012 | Beckham's blast lifts Sale, White Sox to win
Gordon Beckham hit a solo homer in the eighth inning to help give Chris Sale and the White Sox a 4-2 victory over the Royals on Monday night at U.S. Cellular Field.
8/6/2012 | Despite off-day ahead, Santana to make next start
The Angels have an off-day on Thursday, but manager Mike Scioscia will keep all five of his starters in the rotation, including Ervin Santana.
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