7/28/2014 | Farrell keeping players informed on possible deals
Red Sox manager John Farrell was never traded at the Deadline as a player, but he knows the feeling of speculation this time of year. So he said he tries to do everything he can to make sure players aren't in the dark as the rumor mill turns faster and faster this week.
7/28/2014 | Renteria focused on current roster, not trades
The Cubs may have been busy the last two years at the non-waiver Trade Deadline, but the emphasis lately has been more on evaluating what the team already has. "I don't get into the possibilities or chances of any movement," Rick Renteria said. "I think I concern myself more with the guys we have and how we'll move forward in the next eight, nine weeks."
7/28/2014 | Melky, Goins spark Blue Jays in blowout of Red Sox
Melky Cabrera hit a two-run homer and a three-run shot and Ryan Goins added four RBIs as the Blue Jays came into Fenway Park and walked all over the Red Sox in a 14-1 victory Monday night.
7/28/2014 | Weiss has no issue with Tulo's Bronx visit
Walt Weiss declared Troy Tulowitzki innocent of any violation of team or baseball etiquette following his visit to Yankee Stadium on Sunday.
7/28/2014 | Anderson stands by his tweets
Brett Anderson stepped into Troy Tulowitzki's social media controversy, but said that he can take the heat.
7/28/2014 | CarGo can hurt you even when hurt
Carlos Gonzalez showed on Sunday that even in pain, he's a weapon. Gonzalez didn't play on Saturday and didn't start on Sunday because of a twisted right ankle, but he made a full-length diving catch, complete with a faceplant, to steal a hit from Jordy Mercer in Sunday's 7-5 loss to the Pirates.
7/28/2014 | Archer, Price respond to Ortiz's comments
Rays pitchers David Price and Chris Archer responded to David Ortiz's postgame comments about Archer from Sunday's 3-2 loss to the Red Sox -- which were themselves in response to Archer's own postgame interview -- on Monday afternoon.
7/28/2014 | Prospect Ziomek sets career high with 13 K's
Left-hander Kevin Ziomek, the Tigers' No. 6 prospect, threw six scoreless innings and struck out a career-high 13 batters on Monday, as Class A West Michigan defeated Kane County, 2-1.
7/28/2014 | Top to bottom, Reds keeping positive outlook
It's not exactly a state secret that the Reds haven't played well since the All-Star break, and if it was, the seven-game losing streak they broke on Saturday was the ultimate telltale sign. Reds manager Bryan Price has showed a mostly upbeat demeanor during the adversity. Price said that CEO Bob Castellini has also been positive with him during their recent conversations.
7/28/2014 | Frazier singing different tune at the plate
Todd Frazier changed things up a bit during the Reds' weekend series against the Nationals, in which Cincinnati dropped two of three games. But the tweak wasn't to his batting stance; it was to his walkup music.
7/28/2014 | Hill out of starting lineup, but hand on mend
Aaron Hill was out of the lineup for the second straight game on Monday, but the D-backs' second baseman said his bruised right hand was feeling better and he anticipated being available to pinch-hit if needed.
7/28/2014 | Ahmed's RBI single wins it for D-backs in 15
Nick Ahmed's two-out single to left-center proved to be the game-winner as the D-backs outlasted the Reds, 2-1, in 15 innings Monday night at Great American Ball Park.
7/28/2014 | Melvin, aides prep for Trade Deadline
Doug Melvin needed some extra chairs in the visiting general manager's suite at Tropicana Field on Monday.
7/28/2014 | Opportunity abounds as teams prepare for Deadline
Twenty of baseball's 30 teams began Monday within 5 1/2 games of a playoff berth. Sixteen teams were within 3 1/2 games. So there's opportunities out there as Thursday's Trade Deadline approaches.
7/28/2014 | Loney, Odorizzi put Rays back on winning path
Tampa Bay appeared headed for a second consecutive loss Monday night after Boston snapped its nine-game winning streak on Sunday. Things just didn't seem to be going the Rays' way. But the Rays found a way, coming away with a 2-1 win over the Brewers at Tropicana Field.
7/28/2014 | Cishek, deGrom named co-NL Players of Week
A pair of young hurlers -- Marlins closer Steve Cishek and Mets rookie Jacob deGrom -- were named the co-National League Players of the Week on Monday after outstanding performances from the mound last week.
7/28/2014 | Marlins recall Marisnick, send down Realmuto
The Marlins optioned catcher J.T. Realmuto to Double-A Jacksonville on Monday, making room for the return of outfielder Jake Marisnick to Marlins Park.
7/28/2014 | Bedard designated; Peralta back from DL
The Rays designated left-hander Erik Bedard for assignment on Monday to make room for right-hander Joel Peralta to return from the disabled list.
7/28/2014 | Dodgers fortify infield with trade for Barney
The Dodgers acquired middle infielder Darwin Barney and cash considerations from the Chicago Cubs on Monday for a player to be named or cash.
7/28/2014 | Moustakas rediscovering enjoyment along with swing
It took nearly four months, and 100 games, but the "Mooooose" chant finally got its legs back on Friday. When Mike Moustakas tattooed a home run off the back of the visiting bullpen versus the Indians, the Kauffman Stadium faithful responded with its patented elongated "Moose" chant.
7/28/2014 | Rankings see familiar force entering fray
The A's top the Power Rankings this week, followed by their American League East rivals, the Angels. The Nationals come in at No. 3, despite the injury to third baseman Ryan Zimmerman.
7/28/2014 | MLB Notebook: Dodgers vying for 29th ERA title
If the Dodgers are going to add to their record total of 28 ERA titles, they have some work to do, as the 2014 club's 3.35 ERA currently comes in fourth in the Senior Circuit, behind the Nationals' 3.07, the Padres' 3.21 and the Braves' 3.32.
7/28/2014 | Santana fans 11 as Braves blank Padres in finale
Ervin Santana tied a career high with 11 K's over eight shutout frames and Evan Gattis provided the offense as the Braves downed the Padres, 2-0, on Monday at Turner Field.
7/28/2014 | Heyward day to day with lower back soreness
Jason Heyward exited Monday afternoon's finale vs. the Padres due to lower back soreness.
7/28/2014 | Lane, 37, etches name in Padres history
When Padres pitcher Jason Lane got Jordan Schafer on a first-pitch lineout to right field in the first inning Monday, he officially became the oldest pitcher to make his debut start in franchise history.
More Results >