6/10/2013 | Status with Phils in flux as Revere returns to Minnesota
Ben Revere probably expected to return to Target Field as the Phillies' everyday center fielder, maybe hitting .300, possibly batting first on a team expected to compete with the best in the National League. That could be the case in the future, but not on Tuesday.
6/10/2013 | Marlins activate Stanton, put Kotchman on DL
The Marlins reinstated slugger Giancarlo Stanton from the 15-day disabled list prior to Monday's series opener against the Brewers at Marlins Park. Casey Kotchman was put on the DL with an oblique injury.
6/10/2013 | Latos' artistry not limited to baseball diamond
Mat Latos is an artist. Literally and figuratively. Latos' artistry with a baseball is a given, but what you might not know is that, although he doesn't get around to it much anymore, the 6-foot-6 gentle giant of a starting pitcher used to doodle a bit.
6/10/2013 | Three up, three down: Braves taking charge
The Braves, Washington's Adam LaRoche and the Royals are headed in the right direction, but the Indians, Reds and the Mets' Ike Davis have struggled during the early part of June.
6/10/2013 | Brewers' Gennett plays bigger than his stature
Scooter Gennett may be small in stature but the Brewers second baseman brings high intensity to the field every day and on every play.
6/10/2013 | MLB Notebook: Cards clutch with RISP
The Cardinals are on pace to break the National League mark for hitting with runners in scoring position.
6/10/2013 | Beltran aims to follow in idol Clemente's footsteps
Carlos Beltran began his prolific career with the Royals, and now, nearly 16 years later, he continues to be a productive presence for the Cardinals. Through it all, however, two recent off-the-field developments have had exceptional meaning for Beltran. He's been nominated for the Roberto Clemente Award, and he's witnessing the first graduating class of the Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy.
6/10/2013 | NCAA tourney roundup: Sunday, June 9
The wait for North Carolina State was long enough. The school booked its first trip to the College World Series when it defeated Rice, 5-4, in 17 innings, marking the longest Super Regional game in NCAA history and providing plenty of drama for a scintillating Sunday of college baseball.
6/10/2013 | With Draft done, Trade Deadline a focus
Once the First-Year Player Draft passes, general managers begin turning their focus toward the Trade Deadline. Why should we be any different? The non-waiver Deadline remains July 31, and the way this season is playing out, we might have plenty of sellers to make for an active July swapping season.
6/10/2013 | Preparation, teaching key to traversing Pipeline
The First-Year Player Draft ended Saturday, but for many of those selected over the three-day event, the journey to The Show is only beginning.
6/10/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: June 10
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
6/9/2013 | Cancer survivor Beatty elated to be picked by Friars
With their 32nd-round selection in last week's First-Year Player Draft, the Padres selected Max Beatty, a survivor of testicular cancer.
6/9/2013 | Westbrook dominant in rehab appearance
Shortly after wrapping up an efficient and effective rehab start with Class A Peoria on Sunday, Jake Westbrook said he expects to be back pitching in the Cardinals' rotation by the end of the week.
6/9/2013 | Hicks exits nightcap after straining left hamstring
Aaron Hicks left the second game of Sunday's doubleheader against the Nationals with a left hamstring strain. He is day to day
6/9/2013 | Missed call sways Matheny to expanded-replay camp
You can now count Cardinals manager Mike Matheny as a solid proponent of expanded replay.
6/9/2013 | Hudson, McCarthy at crossroads while on DL
The D-backs are no strangers to adversity, and two of their pitchers -- Brandon McCarthy and Daniel Hudson -- are facing the type of injuries that place wins and losses firmly on the back burner.
6/9/2013 | Descalso gives Kozma a breather
The Cardinals made one lineup change for Sunday's series finale against the Reds, subbing in Daniel Descalso for usual starting shortstop Pete Kozma.
6/9/2013 | Cardinals' bullpen finally at full strength
After playing the last 11 games with some sort of limitation attached to his bullpen, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny anticipated managing on Sunday night with all seven of his relievers actually available for use.
6/9/2013 | M. Carpenter explains rise in hit by pitches
Matt Carpenter has been hit by pitches four times in a span of 27 plate appearances, this after having been hit four times in 602 career plate appearances. The Cardinals second baseman attributes the change to how the opposition is trying to get him out.
6/9/2013 | Prospects Sano, Rosario promoted to Double-A
Top Twins prospects Miguel Sano and Eddie Rosario were both promoted to Double-A New Britain from Class A Advanced Fort Myers on Sunday.
6/9/2013 | MLB.com-sponsored golfer Stefani ties for seventh
Shawn Stefani, a golfer sponsored by MLB.com, finished seventh at the St. Jude Classic in Memphis, Tenn., on Sunday.
6/9/2013 | CarGo sets the table for Fowler's walk-off heroics
Juan Nicasio flirted with perfection only to have the Padres take the lead after he left the game. In the ninth, Carlos Gonzalez, who was spectacular all day, tied the game with a two-run double, and Dexter Fowler plated the winning run in the 10th for a walk-off win.
6/9/2013 | Robinson returns to two hole
Derrick Robinson went 2-for-4 with his first two big league doubles hitting out of the two hole on Saturday night, and Reds manager Dusty Baker hit him second again in Sunday's finale with St. Louis.
6/9/2013 | Phillips battling rust after missing four games
Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips, who missed four games this week with a bruised left forearm, is 1-for-7 since returning to the lineup. Manager Dusty Baker attributes the skid to rustiness as opposed to fallout from Phillips getting hit by a pitch in Pittsburgh on June 1.
6/9/2013 | Bullpen, clutch hits lead Nats to 'Twin' bill victory
After a short outing from starter Nathan Karns, the bullpen came through with six shutout innings in a 5-4 Nationals victory to claim the nightcap of their doubleheader on Sunday. Ian Desmond's RBI double gave the Nats the lead.
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