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7/17/2014 | Mendez returns to Camden Yards to visit sculptures

One of the most endearing developments in baseball in recent years has been the erection of baseball statues at most of the ballparks in the Major Leagues, and Toby Mendez made a trip to Baltimore to visit his own work, the six statues of Orioles Hall of Famers.

7/17/2014 | Astros' prospect Reed wins Golden Spikes Award

A.J. Reed, one of the outstanding two-way players in college baseball, was named the winner of the Golden Spikes Award on Thursday. Reed, who was selected by the Astros in the second round of the First-Year Player Draft, led all NCAA Division I players in home runs (23) this past season.

7/17/2014 | As Draft signing deadline nears, Aiken among unsigned

Teams have until Friday at 5 p.m. ET to sign their Draftees. There are, however, a handful of players selected in the first 10 rounds who have still not signed with their teams, including three first-rounders. At the top of that list is No. 1 overall pick Brady Aiken, who hasn't been able to come to terms with the Astros.

7/17/2014 | Monfort talks Rockies issues in radio interview

In an interview on Wednesday on 850 KOA-AM, Rockies owner, chairman and CEO Dick Monfort said he will always be accessible to fans, but he "wasn't as sensitive as I should have been" in two recent emails.

7/17/2014 | Pipeline Perspectives: Winker a future All-Star

The number of Futures Game alumni who have gone on to play in a Major League All-Star Game is well over 100. Reds prospect Jesse Winker will be the first of this year's representatives -- among those not named Kris Bryant -- to play his way into the Midsummer Classic.

7/17/2014 | Pipeline Perspectives: Lindor will soon be All-Star

So who will be the first player from this year's Futures Game to reach the All-Star Game? After Kris Bryant, who currently shares the Minor League home run lead with 31 in 92 games, the clear choice is Indians shortstop prospect, Francisco Lindor.

7/17/2014 | Grieving Segura ready to rejoin Brewers

After enduring personal tragedy, Brewers shortstop Jean Segura is ready to get back to work, according to Brewers manager Ron Roenicke.

7/17/2014 | Reiner brings new meaning to baseball/life metaphor

Regardless of who he's rooting for, baseball as a whole has always fascinated Reiner. He sees it as a metaphor for life.

7/17/2014 | Guessing game: Five second-half predictions

At least as we enter the second half of the 2014 season, we're making something vaguely resembling educated guesses.

7/17/2014 | Fried makes '14 debut at Fort Wayne

Left-hander Max Fried, the Padres' No. 2 prospect, made his first start of the year with a full-season club Wednesday. He threw 3 2/3 innings in Class A Fort Wayne's 9-2 victory at Quad Cities.

7/16/2014 | Top prospect Gray sharp for ninth Double-A win

Rockies' No. 1 prospect Jon Gray threw 5 2/3 scoreless innings Wednesday in Double-A Tulsa's 2-0 victory. Gray, ranked No. 13 on's Top 100 Prospects list, allowed one hit and two walks, striking out seven.

7/16/2014 | Moya named Eastern League ASG MVP

Outfielder Steven Moya, the Tigers' No. 20 prospect, hit a grand slam and was named MVP of the Eastern League All-Star Game on Wednesday. His blast helped the Western Division defeat the Eastern Division, 5-2.

7/16/2014 | Twins' top prospect Buxton busts out with three hits

Twins farmhand Byron Buxton, baseball's top prospect, collected three hits Wednesday, helping Class A Advanced Fort Myers defeat Daytona, 5-1. Outfielder Adam Brett Walker II, the Twins' No. 12 prospect, leads the Florida State League with 20 homers.

7/16/2014 | Setback pushes Dirks' return to Tigers to unknown date

After a week of game action, Andy Dirks' comeback from back surgery has hit a snag. The Tigers announced Wednesday that they've recalled Dirks from his rehab assignment with Class A Lakeland, and will keep him on the disabled list.

7/16/2014 | Statcast offers in-depth look at All-Star highlights

From the raw power of Giancarlo Stanton in Monday's Home Run Derby to the speed-power combination of MVP Mike Trout and the baserunning acumen of Derek Jeter in the All-Star Game, Statcast technology highlights some of what made the festivities so much fun.

7/16/2014 | Putting Bumgarner's bat in perspective

Just a second. What is the big fuss about Madison Bumgarner? So he's hit three home runs this season, and two of them have been grand slams. Nice, but before we re-involve ourselves in the pennant races, please allow for a repeat of the question and some explanation of why hitting three home runs, two of them slams, in a season doesn't seem like all that much to folks who monitored the game before last week.

7/16/2014 | Gattis will move rehab to Triple-A on Thursday

Braves catcher Evan Gattis, who has been sidelined by a bulging disc in his back since late June, will ,move his rehab assignment from Class A Rome to Triple-A Gwinnett on Thursday.

7/16/2014 | Ruiz could return to lineup next week

Carlos Ruiz, on the DL since June 27 with a concussion, will begin a rehab assignment Thursday and could return to the lineup next week.

7/16/2014 | Nats look to build on momentum coming out of break

Before the 2014 season started, the Nationals were heavily favored to win the National League East. The first half started slowly, but the Nationals were able to turn it around and ended the first half with a 51-42 record and in a first-place tie with the Braves in the division.

7/16/2014 | Angels poised to make noise in second half

The All-Star break came and went, and the Angels -- a franchise-best 20 games above .500 by the end of the ceremonial first half -- unloaded with the comfort of knowing they're in prime position to return to the postseason.

7/16/2014 | Royals beef up bullpen by acquiring Frasor

The Royals made a move to strengthen their bullpen on Wednesday, acquiring right-hander Jason Frasor from the Texas Rangers.

7/16/2014 | Triple-A All-Star Game features Souza, Pederson

Though Major League Baseball's midsummer classic was Tuesday night, the week's All-Star fun isn't over yet. The Triple-A All-Star Game and the Eastern League All-Star Clash will both be held Wednesday and there will be plenty of prospects playing in both games.

7/16/2014 | MLB Notebook: Jeter, Trout exchange baton

AL leadoff man Derek Jeter ended his All-Star Game career in style with a pair of hits, and No. 2 hitter Mike Trout earned the MVP Award with two extra-base knocks.

7/16/2014 | Time running out for Astros to sign No. 1 pick Aiken

Two days before the July 18 signing deadline for the First-Year Player Draft, it remains unclear whether No. 1 overall pick Brady Aiken will come to terms with the Astros.

7/16/2014 | All-Stars reflect on Jeter's final Midsummer Classic

Derek Jeter's final All-Star Game went better than anyone could have anticipated. After the game, both teammates and opposing players shared what they thought about playing with or against Jeter in his 14th and final All-Star Game.

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