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6/12/2013 | Dodgers, D-backs to open 2014 season in Australia
International season openers aren't new for Major League Baseball. But in 2014, the sport will literally extend its reach further than ever before when the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks square off in Australia. The historic two-game series will be held March 22-23 at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

6/12/2013 | Dodgers, D-backs to open 2014 season in Australia
International season openers aren't new for Major League Baseball. But in 2014, the sport will literally extend its reach further than ever before when the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks square off in Australia. The historic two-game series will be held March 22-23 at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

6/12/2013 | Pineda's next outing shifts to simulated game
The Yankees have made a change of plans with rehabbing right-hander Michael Pineda, who will make his next appearance on Friday in a simulated game rather than pitching for a Minor League affiliate because the club wants to control the conditions.

6/12/2013 | Mujica takes to Cage as easily as new role
Cardinals closer Edward Mujica joined the Edward Jones Chatting Cage from Citi Field before Wednesday's game against the Mets, discussing his career highlights and how it feels to be indispensable to fantasy baseball players.

6/12/2013 | Figaro brilliant on mound and at plate in win
Strong starting pitching by Alfredo Figaro and timely hitting helped the Brewers take Wednesday's series-deciding game against the Marlins, 10-1.

6/12/2013 | Francona keeping tabs on Chisenhall in Minors
When third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall makes his return to Cleveland, the Indians want it to be for good.

6/12/2013 | Puig enters in 12th after sitting with shoulder strain
After warming up with the rest of the team Wednesday, Dodgers rookie Yasiel Puig took five swings in the batting cage and then walked off the field in frustration.

6/12/2013 | A's sit ailing Cespedes, Crisp
The A's exercised caution on Wednesday, keeping outfielders Yoenis Cespedes and Coco Crisp out of the starting lineup a night after the two were slowed by hamstring and heel injuries.

6/12/2013 | Robot helps KC teen throw first pitch in Oakland
Nick LeGrande -- a 13-year-old A's fan with a rare blood disorder -- threw out the first pitch in Oakland on Wednesday from an indoor miniature ballpark at his home in Kansas City, thanks to the use of Google's telerobotic pitching machine at the Coliseum.

6/12/2013 | Cole scheduled to face Dodgers in next start
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle confirmed the obvious Wednesday afternoon, that Gerrit Cole will remain in his regular rotation and face the Dodgers on Sunday, in the finale of this six-game homestand.

6/12/2013 | Visibly frustrated Braun misses another start
Ryan Braun was not in the starting lineup for the third straight game Wednesday, and the All-Star outfielder was not pleased with how his injured right hand was feeling.

6/12/2013 | Chatwood given extra day to rest triceps, elbow
Right-hander Tyler Chatwood, who hasn't pitched since suffering inflammation of tissue in the right triceps and elbow area during his last start on June 3, is slated to start Saturday against the Phillies, instead of Friday as originally announced.

6/12/2013 | Moss' homers back Straily as A's top Yanks
Brandon Moss homered twice and Dan Straily turned in a gem as the A's secured their first season-series win against the Yankees with a 5-2 victory on Wednesday night at the Coliseum, Oakland's 20th win in its last 25 games.

6/12/2013 | Rosenthal greets fans, talks chemistry at Cave
During Wednesday's visit to the MLB Fan Cave in Manhattan -- where he was joined by fellow St. Louis reliever Joe Kelly -- Trevor Rosenthal said the thought of being an All-Star hasn't crossed his mind at any point during his impressive run.

6/12/2013 | Rockies, top Draft pick Gray agree to terms
Many analysts believe Rockies No. 1 Draft pick Jonathan Gray, a right-hander from the University of Oklahoma, could be on the fast track to the Majors. How fast isn't known, but Gray clearly wants to start on that road.

6/12/2013 | Rays agree to terms with second-round pick Unroe
The Rays have agreed to terms with switch-hitting shortstop Riley Unroe, their second-round selection in last week's First-Year Player Draft, and signed five more of their picks.

6/12/2013 | Kinsler to begin rehab assignment on Thursday
Rangers second baseman Ian Kinsler went through a full workout Wednesday and has been cleared for a rehabilitation assignment. He will report to Double-A Frisco on Thursday night.

6/12/2013 | Utley progresses, but no rehab stint yet
Chase Utley is getting closer to a return from the 15-day disabled list, but he said Wednesday at Target Field that no rehab assignment has been scheduled. But Utley has been swinging the bat this week, and he said it has gone well.

6/12/2013 | Morneau maintains optimism amid homer drought
It's been an interesting season for Twins first baseman Justin Morneau. Morneau is hitting for average, batting .297, and driving in runs, as he leads the team with 36 RBIs. But the slugger has just two homers in 57 games entering Wednesday's contest with the Phillies.

6/12/2013 | Buchholz iffy to make Sunday start vs. Orioles
Manager John Farrell sounded less confident on Wednesday that Clay Buchholz would be able to start Sunday against the Orioles than he did 24 hours earlier.

6/12/2013 | Ubaldo, bullpen on point as Indians top Rangers
On a muggy Wednesday night at Rangers Ballpark, the Indians pulled off a 5-2 victory over Texas that resembled the kind of win that had gone missing during the Tribe's recent losing streak.

6/12/2013 | Stanton open to being in Home Run Derby
Out for much of the season because of injury, Giancarlo Stanton has not built a serious case to represent the Marlins in the All-Star Game. But the slugger could still head to New York and take part in the Home Run Derby.

6/12/2013 | Trying to end slump, Scott puts in extra work
Luke Scott put his hand in a loose fist and peered through the hole created by his thumb and index finger like a man gazing through a telescope. That was the best way for him to answer how he feels at the plate right now: He's searching.

6/12/2013 | Scutaro determined to play despite finger injury
Giants second baseman Marco Scutaro remained intent on playing with an injured left pinkie, but his attempt to return to the lineup must wait until the swelling and pain in his finger subside.

6/12/2013 | Bochy suspended one game; Kontos gets three
Shortly after the Giants optioned righty George Kontos to Triple-A Fresno and recalled Sandy Rosario from the same club on Wednesday, Major League Baseball announced suspensions of one game for Giants manager Bruce Bochy and three games for Kontos, who was also fined.


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