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7/13/2014 | Battery's history-making slams boost Giants

Madison Bumgarner hit a grand slam in the sixth inning -- one inning after Buster Posey did the same -- as the Giants ended the first half of the season with an 8-4 blasting of the D-backs at AT&T Park on Sunday. The twin slams made Bumgarner and Posey the first pitcher-catcher duo in Major League history to each hit a grand slam in the same game.

7/13/2014 | Gausman gets rain-shortened CG win over Yanks

The Orioles headed into the All-Star break with a series win against the Yankees, albeit an unconventional one. After waiting out rain for two hours and 22 minutes, Sunday night's game was called in the bottom of the fifth inning, giving the first-place Orioles a 3-1 victory at Camden Yards to extend their American League East lead to four games.

7/13/2014 | MadBum in rare company with season's second slam

With a grand slam Sunday, Giants left-hander Madison Bumgarner became just the second pitcher in history to hit two grand slams in one season. Braves right-hander Tony Cloninger is the only other pitcher to accomplish the feat,

7/13/2014 | With Gray in control, A's roll into All-Star break

Sonny Gray didn't allow an earned run in 7 2/3 innings, Brandon Moss hit his team-leading 21st home run of the season, and the A's avoided a three-game sweep in their last series before the All-Star break with a 4-1 win over the Mariners on Sunday.

7/13/2014 | Twins break ground on St. Paul nature sanctuary

The Twins dedicated Trout Brook Nature Sanctuary in a Sunday afternoon ceremony that featured owner Jim Pohlad, team president Dave St. Peter, MLB executive vice president of business Tim Brosnan and former World Series champion Randy Bush.

7/13/2014 | Burnett on trade talk: Phillies are my team

Changes are almost certainly coming for the Phillies. Closer Jonathan Papelbon made it clear last week that he would like to play on a contending team, but starter A.J. Burnett on Sunday said he was not looking to move on.

7/13/2014 | Finch holds skills clinic at Jr. RBI Classic

Softball legend Jennie Finch put on a surprise skills clinic and had some words of inspiration Sunday for young athletes participating in All-Star FanFest's Jr. RBI Classic, a baseball and softball tournament in Minneapolis.

7/13/2014 | Reds ride power to series victory over Bucs

Rookie Kristopher Negron delivered his first Major League home run and All-Star Todd Frazier hit his 19th of the season to help Cincinnati to a 6-3 win over the Pirates at Great American Ball Park on Sunday.

7/13/2014 | Aviles' laser throw completes sensational double play

Mike Aviles unleashed one of the best throws of the season for the Indians on Sunday afternoon, snagging a ball deep down the left-field line in the second inning against the White Sox and then completing a seemingly impossible double play.

7/13/2014 | Gallo puts on show during Futures batting practice

Rangers prospect Joey Gallo, who is tied for first among all Minor Leaguers with 31 homers, led all Futures Game participants with 15 home runs during batting practice Sunday.

7/13/2014 | Street garners 'well-deserved' ASG nod, replaces Ross

Padres closer Huston Street was named as the replacement on the National League All-Star team for his teammate, Sunday's starter, Tyson Ross. The nod marked the second of his career.

7/13/2014 | Johnson helps Braves surge into All-Star break

Chris Johnson continued his recent power surge with a three-run home run and right-hander Julio Teheran tossed seven effective innings as the Braves cruised into the All-Star break with a 10-7 victory and a series win over the Cubs on Sunday.

7/13/2014 | Hudson replaces Bumgarner on All-Star roster

The fishing trip Giants starter Tim Hudson planned to take during the All-Star break is going to have to wait -- he has been named to the National League All-Star team, replacing teammate Madison Bumgarner, who pitched Sunday.

7/13/2014 | Lt. Colonel surprised with first pitch upon return

When Lt. Colonel Donald A. Hausser Jr. arrived in Chicago from Germany, where he was assigned to the U.S. Embassy, his first request was to go to a Cubs game. He had no idea his father had arranged for Hausser to throw out a first pitch.

7/13/2014 | Robinson shares memories of her dad at FanFest

Sharon Robinson is best known as the daughter of Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson, but over the last several decades, she has distinguished herself through her own contributions to the game.

7/13/2014 | Santana set to begin rehab assignment Monday

Shortstop Danny Santana (left knee deep bone bruise) is scheduled to begin a rehab assignment Monday with Class A Advanced Fort Myers. The team is off Tuesday, so Santana will resume his rehab on Wednesday and Thursday.

7/13/2014 | Twin Cities are steeped in All-Star tradition

When Target Field hosts the All-Star Game on Tuesday, it will add to a strong history of Midsummer Classics that started with a 1965 showcase at Old Metropolitan Stadium, where 19 future Hall of Famers took the field, and continued at the Metrodome in 1985.

7/13/2014 | Pomeranz activated off DL, staying in Triple-A

The Athletics have reinstated left-hander Drew Pomeranz from the 15-day disabled list and optioned him to Triple-A Sacramento, the club announced Sunday. Manager Bob Melvin also announced Oakland's post-break rotation, which does not include Pomeranz.

7/13/2014 | deGrom, Mets stay hot, sweep Fish to rise in East

The Mets wrapped up their homestand Sunday with a 9-1 win over the Marlins to complete the series sweep and give the club its eighth win in its last 10 games.

7/13/2014 | All eyes on Stanton in new-look Home Run Derby

With a new format that should help participants remain fresh throughout the competition, fans should expect sluggers such as Giancarlo Stanton and Yoenis Cespedes to put on a show Monday night in the Home Run Derby.

7/13/2014 | Nationals close out first half with rout of Phils

The Nationals ended the first half of the season on a positive note as they pounded the Phillies, 10-3, at Citizens Bank Park on Sunday afternoon. The Nationals ended the first half with a 51-42 record and remained in first place in the National League East.

7/13/2014 | Ryu's return to form leaves Dodgers atop NL at break

Hyun-Jin Ryu struck out 10 in six innings and All-Star Yasiel Puig broke up a scoreless tie in the sixth inning by singling home Dee Gordon as the Dodgers hit the break with a second consecutive 1-0 win over the Padres on Sunday.

7/13/2014 | Gomes' go-ahead shot powers Tribe over White Sox

Yan Gomes hit a go-ahead two-run homer in the eighth and Trevor Bauer struck out 10 in a stellar effort as the Indians downed the White Sox, 3-2, in Sunday's first-half finale at Progressive Field.

7/13/2014 | Color Run All-Star 5K benefits great causes

An estimated 28,000 people participated in the The Color Run MLB All-Star 5K at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds on Sunday, with MLB making a contribution to three charities supporting cancer research and education.

7/13/2014 | Matheny focused on leading NL to win in ASG

Cardinals manager Mike Matheny is enjoying all that has surrounded managing his first All-Star Game, but his main focus will be on finding ways to have the National League come out on top.

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