7/17/2014 | Twin bill forces Tribe to get creative with rotation
The Indians' front office is always trying to find creative ways to get the most out of the team's roster. With only three active starting pitchers to begin the second half, Cleveland is at it again, calling up Zach McAllister for Saturday's twin bill in Detroit, then T.J. House for Monday's opener in Minnesota.
7/17/2014 | Masterson pleased with progress but needs more time
Justin Masterson may not have wanted to go on the disabled list, but the Indians' sinkerballer is willing to accept that it was the right decision for the team. While sidelined, the pitcher has worked diligently on both his delivery and his recovery.
7/17/2014 | Cahill set for return after more than a month in Minors
Trevor Cahill hasn't played a Major League game in more than a month. But he will get a second chance when he gets the ball against the Cubs on Friday night at Chase Field.
7/17/2014 | Braves reporter celebrated at Triple-A Gwinnett
The Gwinnett Braves hosted "Mark Bowman Day" at Coolray Field on Thursday evening, and the man of the hour was well prepared. Before taking the field to throw out the first pitch, he warmed up in the batting cages.
7/17/2014 | Time running out for Nats to sign first-round pick
The Nationals have until Friday at 5 p.m. ET to sign right-hander Erick Fedde, the 18th-overall pick in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft.
7/17/2014 | Middlebrooks to resume rehab at 3B, not OF
Will Middlebrooks will move his focus back to playing third base after the club had intended to get him some work in the outfield while he rehabbed with Triple-A Pawtucket.
7/17/2014 | Victorino could rejoin Red Sox this weekend
Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino went 2-for-4 on Thursday night for Triple-A Pawtucket, and if all goes well over the next two days, an activation from the disabled list could come this weekend.
7/17/2014 | Grieving Segura ready to rejoin Brewers
After enduring personal tragedy, Brewers shortstop Jean Segura has told team officials that he is ready to get back to work. Segura traveled with members of his family on Thursday to Washington D.C., where he will meet the Brewers to begin the second half of the season on Friday, one week after Segura's 9-month-old son, Janniel, passed away suddenly in the Dominican Republic.
7/17/2014 | Melvin mum on Trade Deadline plan
If Brewers general manager Doug Melvin plans to be active ahead of the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline, he was not willing to share that information publicly on Thursday.
7/17/2014 | Infielder Falu rejoins Brewers' organization
Irving Falu's season took another twist Thursday, when he was re-claimed by the Milwaukee Brewers off waivers. The infielder had been claimed from Milwaukee by the Padres on June 26, and after just 11 games with San Diego, he'll be headed back to the Brewers' Triple-A affiliate in Nashville.
7/17/2014 | Rangers activate Soto, recall Arencibia
Texas announced on Thursday it activated catcher Geovany Soto from the 60-day disabled list and purchased the contract of catcher/first baseman J.P. Arencibia from Triple-A Round Rock.
7/17/2014 | Oblique strain sends Hanigan to disabled list
The Rays placed catcher Ryan Hanigan on the 15-day disabled list Thursday with a left oblique strain. To take Hanigan's spot on the active roster, the Rays selected the contract of catcher Curt Casali from Triple-A Durham.
7/17/2014 | All eyes on Price as second half begins
The Rays played their best baseball of the season over the final month of a disappointing first half, providing reason for optimism within their clubhouse. But the question remains: Will they trade David Price?
7/17/2014 | Cobb aims to help Rays carry over momentum
Alex Cobb will take the mound on Friday night at Target Field looking to start himself and the Rays off on the right foot as they head toward the season's stretch run.
7/17/2014 | Report: Chatwood to undergo Tommy John surgery
Rockies starting pitcher Tyler Chatwood, who has been on the disabled list since April 30 with a right flexor tendon strain, will undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery.
7/17/2014 | Pitching alone can't carry teams to October
With scoring at a modern low, you can't get to October if your team is punchless. No pitching staff is good enough to carry that much dead weight.
7/17/2014 | Neshek takes detour to Field of Dreams
The Cardinals reliever had just been given a long ovation during player introductions the night before at the 85th All-Star Game in front of his former fans at Target Field in Minnesota. He drove down with his wife, their baby and two dogs to celebrate the 25th anniversary of a classic.
7/17/2014 | Mariners recall Romero; Luetge optioned
Rookie outfielder Stefen Romero was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma by the Mariners on Thursday and will travel with the team to Anaheim for Friday's series opener. Left-handed reliever Lucas Luetge was optioned back to Triple-A to make room on the 25-man roster.
7/17/2014 | Torre's golf event continues Safe At Home's mission
Torre's Celebrity Golf & Tennis Classic raised money for his Safe At Home Foundation, which seeks to create an atmosphere of awareness when it comes to domestic violence.
7/17/2014 | Blue Jays claim southpaw Mills off waivers
Brad Mills is going back to the organization that drafted and developed him, as the Blue Jays claimed the 29-year-old southpaw off waivers from the Oakland A's on Thursday,
7/17/2014 | White Sox to take stage at Wild Pitches fundraiser
White Sox players will be showing off their talents and humor at the second annual Wild Pitches, a charity event held at Bub City on Sunday evening, July 20, to raise money for White Sox Charities and the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana.
7/17/2014 | Torre prepares for Hall of Fame induction
Joe Torre's journey to the Hall of Fame has been more than a half-century in the making. Yet with his induction weekend now just one week away, the legendary skipper still doesn't know what exactly he'll talk about during his acceptance speech.
7/17/2014 | FOX, MLB release joint statement on Gwynn
FOX and Major League Baseball issued a joint statement on Wednesday in response to criticism that recently deceased Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn was not singled out for recognition during the broadcast of Tuesday night's All-Star Game.
7/17/2014 | Cano's impact on Mariners running deep, and growing
When the Seattle Mariners made the 10-year commitment to free agent second baseman Robinson Cano, it was about a lot more than just stats.
7/17/2014 | Shuffle up and deal: Big names that could be on move
For some teams, the future is defined as the next 3 1/2 months. For others, it's about the big picture. Welcome to the final two weeks before the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline, the time when every club attempts to better position itself for the future.
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