6/30/2013 | Parker to test sore hamstring with bullpen session
A's manager Bob Melvin said right-hander Jarrod Parker, who left his start Saturday with right hamstring tightness, had "some lingering soreness when he played catch" but that such side effects aren't necessarily indicative of something worrisome.
6/30/2013 | Wilson K's 10, Angels score late for sweep of Astros
A throwing error by Houston shortstop Jake Elmore on Josh Hamilton's double in the eighth inning ensured Howie Kendrick scored from first to break a tie game and Hamilton stumbled home moments later as the Angels prevailed, 3-1, on Sunday afternoon at Minute Maid Park.
6/30/2013 | Ire exchanged, benches warned, but only Zobrist hit
A tense weekend came to a close at Tropicana Field on Sunday afternoon with only one hit batsman -- the Rays' Ben Zobrist -- to show for several pointed words and gestures.
6/30/2013 | Sweeney out four to six weeks with rib fracture
Cubs outfielder Ryan Sweeney has a fractured left rib, suffered when he crashed into the outfield wall at Safeco Field on Saturday, and he will not be able to do any baseball activities for four to six weeks.
6/30/2013 | Lind exits game against Red Sox with back tightness
Toronto first baseman Adam Lind left Sunday's game in the third inning against the Red Sox with what was being termed mid-back tightness.
6/30/2013 | Surgery-bound Beckett plans to return
Josh Beckett won't pitch again for the Dodgers this season, but remains confident his career is not over. The veteran right-hander, diagnosed with thoracic outlet syndrome, will have surgery in two weeks to remove an upper rib to relieve pressure on the nerve in his neck area.
6/30/2013 | Mathis lifts Marlins with walk-off grand slam
Jeff Mathis belted a walk-off grand slam in the ninth inning Sunday, lifting the Marlins to a 6-2 win over the Padres at Marlins Park.
6/30/2013 | Cueto's rehab process to be slowed down
When Reds ace Johnny Cueto works to return from the disabled list for a third time later this season, he will find the process will likely take much longer.
6/30/2013 | Twins grant Perkins' extra work request
Left-hander Glen Perkins asked for more time on the mound and his wishes were fulfilled. The Twins closer preserved a 6-2 win over the Royals on Saturday in a non-save situation.
6/30/2013 | Scherzer could pitch himself into history
Max Scherzer, the winningest pitcher in the American League and one of the leading candidates to start the All-Star Game for the AL, goes for his 13th win without a loss on Wednesday when the Tigers play Toronto.
6/30/2013 | Ogando, Lewis making strides in rehab
Alexi Ogando and Colby Lewis both progressed through their latest bullpen sessions Sunday. Ogando will move to a live batting-practice session Wednesday while Lewis will throw another bullpen session Tuesday.
6/30/2013 | Pena out Sunday, Monday due to death in the family
Carlos Pena will miss the Astros' games on Sunday and Monday due to a death in the family. Pena and his family are returning to the Dominican Republican, where his wife's nephew drowned.
6/30/2013 | Giants, Reds set for first clash since playoffs
The last time the Reds and Giants met, San Francisco ended Cincinnati's season in last year's National League Division Series. The two teams open a four-game series on Monday at Great American Ball Park.
6/30/2013 | Bourn on paternity list until Wednesday
The Indians placed outfielder Michael Bourn on the 3-day paternity list and recalled left-hander Nick Hagadone on Sunday. The speedy center fielder dashed out of the visitors' clubhouse shortly after Saturday's 4-3 win over the White Sox to catch a flight to Houston for the birth of his child.
6/30/2013 | Big Papi gets scheduled off-day on Sunday
After starting 29 straight games, Red Sox slugger David Ortiz was given a day off for Sunday afternoon's matchup against the Blue Jays. This, despite the fact Ortiz is a .358 career hitter in 67 at-bats against Toronto starter Mark Buehrle.
6/30/2013 | Giants snap losing streak at six behind Bumgarner
Madison Bumgarner allowed one run on four hits in seven strong innings and Buster Posey and Hunter Pence backed him with long balls to lead the Giants to a 5-2 win Sunday at Coors Field, snapping a six-game losing streak.
6/30/2013 | Rare feat helps Turner put spring behind him
Completing what you started has become a rarity in the big leagues. On Saturday night, Jacob Turner experienced a first. The 22-year-old tossed his first big league complete game, and it also was the first time all season a Miami starter went the distance.
6/30/2013 | If trading, Hahn will keep plans close to vest
As some in the media have speculated, the White Sox might indeed be open for business with the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline about one month away, but general manager Rick Hahn is not about to make that business public.
6/30/2013 | Bourjos headed to DL due to fractured right wrist
Angels center fielder Peter Bourjos is headed to the 15-day disabled list with a fracture in his right wrist that he suffered in the fourth inning of Saturday's 7-2 win against the Astros.
6/30/2013 | Werth: Nats can 'kick it in gear,' live up to hype
Though Washington has struggled for the first half of the season, Jayson Werth believes the Nationals can still win their second straight division title.
6/30/2013 | Cobb to stay in Florida to throw as Rays hit the road
Tampa Bay pitcher Alex Cobb will not travel with his teammates to Houston, where the Rays begin a four-game series with the Astros on Monday
6/30/2013 | Kawasaki makes debut at second base
Munenori Kawasaki, who was recalled from Triple-A Buffalo when Melky Cabrera was placed on the disabled list earlier this week, batted ninth and played second base for the first time in his Major League career on Sunday.
6/30/2013 | Brett still deciding on role as hitting coach
When Hall of Famer George Brett took over as the Royals' interim hitting coach, he said he'd give it a try for at least a month and then talk it over with general manager Dayton Moore. Well, Sunday was the one-month anniversary of that day.
6/30/2013 | Giavotella gets another shot at full-time duty
Johnny Giavotella was one of the first players in the visitors' clubhouse on Sunday morning. He was ready to go and manager Ned Yost's posted lineup had him at second base and batting ninth for the Royals against the Twins.
6/30/2013 | Moore takes on Astros in Houston after rough June
Matt Moore heads to the mound as the Rays open a series against Dallas Keuchel and the Astros on Monday at Minute Maid Park.
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