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8/25/2013 | Smith recalled with Hochevar on paternity leave
The Royals recalled left-handed reliever Will Smith from Triple-A Omaha for the seventh time this season with Luke Hochevar placed on paternity leave Sunday.

8/25/2013 | Brown targets Monday return from Achilles injury
Phillies left fielder Domonic Brown has some inflammation in his right Achilles, but he said Sunday it has improved.

8/25/2013 | Clark nearly plays hero in first career start
So what that he didn't come through with the game-winning hit in the bottom of the ninth inning in Sunday's 2-1 loss to the Blue Jays. Catcher Cody Clark's first career start in the Major Leagues was nothing short of the thrill of a lifetime.

8/25/2013 | Tulowitzki sits with sore left side
Rockies manager Walt Weiss said before Sunday's game against the Marlins that Troy Tulowitzki was being given the day off after experiencing soreness in his left side late in Saturday night's 3-0 loss to Miami.

8/25/2013 | Williams shares Civil Rights Game memories
White Sox executive vice president Ken Williams was an active and an integral part in a successful and informative Civil Rights Game weekend hosted by his team. Williams took part in Friday's roundtable discussion on Baseball and the Civil Rights Movement and attended Saturday's Beacon Awards.

8/25/2013 | Miller's trial with cutter deemed success
The experimentation was minimal and the implementation almost immediate. But as Shelby Miller found Saturday night, there was plenty incentive to keep throwing the cut fastball.

8/25/2013 | Aoki gets extra rest on Sunday to nurse knee
Norichika Aoki didn't ask for a day off on Sunday, but manager Ron Roenicke held him out of the starting lineup, anyway. The Brewers right fielder, who missed Wednesday's game with patellar tendinitis in his right knee, ended up pinch-hitting in the ninth inning of the Brewers' 3-1 win and was hit by a pitch.

8/25/2013 | Injury may have been blessing for rejuvenated Jenkins
Injuries are the last thing any Major League player wants to deal with, but in the case of Chad Jenkins, a right shoulder ailment in early July might have been a blessing in disguise.

8/25/2013 | Suzuki gets second straight start in return to A's
A's catcher Kurt Suzuki started for the second consecutive game since being traded from the Nationals, but manager Bob Melvin said Stephen Vogt will continue to get regular starts behind the plate.

8/25/2013 | Marlins weighing options for September callups
With rosters expanding to a maximum of 40 players in a week, the Marlins continue to mull their options in the Minor Leagues. Some possible names include right-hander Sam Dyson and left-hander Brad Hand, both of who are already on the 40-man roster.

8/25/2013 | The big move doesn't always pay off for teams
It's long been acknowledged that money doesn't buy happiness. Still, there remains one fact some teams in Major League Baseball remain unable to truly understand: Money doesn't necessarily fetch a good player, either.

8/25/2013 | Martin hopes to return as soon as Monday
Leonys Martin was out of the lineup for the Rangers' series finale Sunday against the White Sox, but Martin and the Rangers are hopeful the center fielder will return to the field Monday night in Seattle.

8/25/2013 | Hammel to begin Double-A rehab stint Thursday
Orioles right-hander Jason Hammel's throwing session went well Sunday and he's scheduled for a Minor League rehab assignment at Double-A Bowie.

8/25/2013 | O's hammer A's to pull close in Wild Card race
Nick Markakis, J.J. Hardy and Nate McLouth homered and Manny Machado added two sacrifice flies as the Orioles rolled to a 10-3 victory over the A's on Sunday afternoon at Camden Yards. Scott Feldman earned the win as Baltimore moved to within two games of Oakland in the race for the second AL Wild Card spot.

8/25/2013 | As Harvey approaches limit, Mets consider options
Manager Terry Collins said the Mets have already placed an innings limit on Matt Harvey, but they are still looking for more ways to lessen his late-season workload.

8/25/2013 | Blue Jays reward Buehrle with ninth-inning rally
Mark Buehrle left after eight innings with the Blue Jays behind, 1-0, but Toronto plated a pair against Astros closer Chia-Jen Lo in the ninth to make a winner of Buehrle, 2-1, and snap a seven-game losing streak on Sunday.

8/25/2013 | Prado delivers on promise to special-needs fan
His first name is Josh. D-backs third baseman Martin Prado doesn't know his last name, only that he's a special-needs Phillies fan whom he became acquainted with five or six years ago, when Prado was still with the Braves.

8/25/2013 | Arroyo finding his late-season stride
The importance of a pitcher's win total has become a subject of debate in an era of advanced statistics, but they still mean a lot to pitchers like Reds starter Bronson Arroyo.

8/25/2013 | Danks brothers steal the show in finale vs. Rangers
Jordan Danks hit a go-ahead homer in the fourth inning and John Danks threw six solid innings to earn the victory in a 5-2 White Sox win in their series finale with the Rangers at U.S. Cellular Field on Sunday.

8/25/2013 | Santana makes young fan's dream come true
Niko Lanzarotta was thrilled to have met his favorite Indians player prior to Saturday's game at Progressive Field. Carlos Santana chatted with the young fan during batting practice and gave him a signed bat as a keepsake. Eight-year-old Lanzarotta -- diagnosed with cerebral palsy at eight months old -- had one more request: Hit a home run.

8/25/2013 | Mauer getting plenty of rest back home
Twins catcher Joe Mauer is a guy who likes to sleep a lot, according to the club's assistant general manager, Rob Antony. That's good, considering that Mauer has been instructed to take it easy for a few days.

8/25/2013 | Tigers resting Iglesias as elbow soreness lingers
Jose Iglesias was out of the Tigers' starting lineup for the second straight game on Sunday as he continues to deal with soreness just above his left elbow after he was hit by a pitch in the ninth inning of Friday's game.

8/25/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: August 25
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.

8/25/2013 | Moore feels 'good,' hoping to return to Rays soon
Matt Moore felt fine Sunday, a day after the 24-year-old left-hander threw a simulated game. Moore, who is trying to return from left-elbow soreness, is 14-3 with a 3.41 ERA this season. But he has not pitched in a game since July 28 against the Yankees in New York. He'll throw a bullpen session Monday, and pitch a Minor League rehab game this coming week.

8/25/2013 | A-Rod gets break, then delivers first career pinch-hit
Alex Rodriguez received a scheduled day off on Sunday as the Yankees try to keep the third baseman's legs fresh while navigating a stretch of games on artificial turf. He did pinch-hit in the 10th.

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