7/22/2014 | Machado day to day with back tightness
Manny Machado was originally in Tuesday's starting lineup but was removed just before the game with back tightness.
7/22/2014 | Jeter atop Yanks' doubles list with No. 535
In the ninth inning of Tuesday's game against the Rangers, Derek Jeter ripped a one-out double down the left-field line off lefty Neal Cotts, passing Lou Gehrig to take over the Yankees' all-time doubles lead with No. 535.
7/22/2014 | Donaldson wins A's Heart and Hustle Award
Josh Donaldson may now be an All-Star, but that does not mean the third baseman's determination has waned. On Tuesday, he was recognized for his more intangible qualities, receiving the A's Heart and Hustle Award for a second consecutive year.
7/22/2014 | Milone reaches out to Melvin after requesting trade
As word leaked Monday that Tommy Milone had requested a trade, the A's lefty reached out to manager Bob Melvin. The news came just two weeks after the lefty was optioned to Triple-A amid the acquisitions of Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel.
7/22/2014 | Reddick returns from DL with right knee brace
Josh Reddick returned to the A's roster on Tuesday with a right knee brace he plans on wearing for the remainder of the season.
7/22/2014 | Grandy's illness, CY's injured calf test Mets' depth
Mets manager Terry Collins has struggled to find playing time for all six natural outfielders on his roster this month, but on Tuesday he struggled simply to cobble together an outfield full of healthy bodies as Curtis Granderson was out due to illness and Chris Young continued to battle cramping in his left calf.
7/22/2014 | Career-threatening injury stalls Rice's journey
Among the Mets' most inspirational stories last year, Scott Rice's fairy tale has reached at least a temporary end. The Mets announced that Rice will undergo surgery on Wednesday to remove a bone spur from his left elbow, ending his season.
7/22/2014 | Sunday funday: Price watches Busch game as fan
David Price hadn't watched a game from the stands since he was a teenager until he and some of his teammates walked into Busch Stadium on Sunday night in St. Louis.
7/22/2014 | Call stands after close play at third in Nats-Rox game
The Nationals' attempt to keep a rally alive with a second-inning challenge came up empty on Tuesday night.
7/22/2014 | Gennett day to day after exiting with tight quad
Rickie Weeks took over at second base for Scooter Gennett in the fourth inning of Tuesday's game after Gennett felt renewed tightness in his right quadriceps.
7/22/2014 | Springer sits for second game with leg soreness
Astros rookie outfielder George Springer was out of the lineup for a second consecutive game Tuesday with soreness in his right knee/quadriceps area.
7/22/2014 | As much as bat, Headley's glove intrigues Yanks
Chase Headley will almost certainly be an offensive upgrade for the Yankees, who acquired the third baseman in a trade with the Padres on Tuesday, but he could also be a huge addition to the team's defense. The Yankees ranked near the bottom of the American League in defensive efficiency ratio at the time of the trade and made five errors in Monday's 4-2 loss to the Rangers.
7/22/2014 | Maddon: Early ejection a misunderstanding
Rays manager Joe Maddon's night came to an end quickly Tuesday, when he was ejected during the third inning of the Rays' 7-2 win over the Cardinals in unique fashion.
7/22/2014 | Crawford's big hit in 14th wins it for Giants
Playing their longest game of the season, both in innings and in duration, the Giants outlasted the Philadelphia Phillies, 9-6, on Tuesday as Brandon Crawford's bases-loaded double sparked a tiebreaking, four-run rally in the 14th inning.
7/22/2014 | Batting around: Will Price be dealt, and to whom?
David Price's surname has lent itself to many a variation of the "Price is right" headline, but will he actually get dealt before the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline? Here's what MLB.com columnists Anthony Castrovince, Richard Justice and Phil Rogers think will happen.
7/22/2014 | Kelly named Tigers' Heart and Hustle Award winner
The MLB Players Alumni Association announced utility player Don Kelly as the Tigers' 2014 Heart and Hustle Award winner on Tuesday. The honor, given out to a member of each team, rewards players who show passion for baseball and who the association believes best displays the values, spirit and tradition of baseball.
7/22/2014 | Ausmus voices respect for HOF inductee La Russa
Brad Ausmus is no stranger to soon-to-be Hall of Famer Tony La Russa. The current Tigers manager and former A's and Cardinals skipper saw each other plenty of times from opposing dugouts while La Russa still ran the Cardinals and Ausmus was playing for the division-rival Astros.
7/22/2014 | VerHagen placed on Triple-A DL with ailing back
After making his Major League debut in a spot start for the Tigers on Saturday, Drew VerHagen was placed on Triple-A Toledo's disabled list on Tuesday with what is being called a lower back strain.
7/22/2014 | Ausmus credits lineup protection for Miggy's big hit
Pitching to Miguel Cabrera with the game on the line usually is not a great decision. It certainly didn't pay off for the D-backs on Monday, but Tigers manager Brad Ausmus wasn't surprised by the move.
7/22/2014 | Indians option Lee to Triple-A Columbus
The Indians made starter Danny Salazar's addition to the 25-man roster official on Tuesday, and reliever C.C. Lee was optioned to Triple-A Columbus as a result.
7/22/2014 | Desmond named Nats' Heart and Hustle Award winner
Nationals fans who watch Ian Desmond dirty his uniform with hard slides on the basepaths and dives in the infield won't be surprised by the honor bestowed upon the shortstop Tuesday. Desmond was that Nationals' recipient of the 2014 Heart and Hustle Award, presented by the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association.
7/22/2014 | Asdrubal day to day due to back issue
Indians manager Terry Francona described Asdrubal Cabrera's lower back as locked up on Tuesday, the night after Cabrera suffered spasms in the second inning of a 4-3 loss.
7/22/2014 | La Russa had guts to chase Hall of Fame glory
If Tony La Russa ever had a motto, it's "no guts, no glory," which describes his managing career in a nutshell. They are words to live by and an apt inscription for his Hall of Fame plaque.
7/22/2014 | Rebounding Bundy records best outing of season
Top prospect Dylan Bundy, on the comeback trail from Tommy John surgery, turned in his best outing of the season in a Class A start, throwing six innings in under 75 pitches.
7/22/2014 | Guilmet sent down to make room for Gonzalez
The Orioles made room for Miguel Gonzalez on the roster to start Tuesday's game by optioning reliever Preston Guilmet to Triple-A
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