6/6/2013 | Giants helped change fortunes with '08 Draft
The 2008 First-Year Player Draft helped the Giants set the foundation for two World Series championships in three years, delivering in Buster Posey and Brandon Crawford a pair of players who would become among the game's best.
6/6/2013 | Many rookies shining outside of the spotlight
While players like Yasiel Puig, Evan Gattis, Hyun-Jin Ryu and other closely-watched prospects soak up the rookie spotlight, there has been a fair share of new talent that has also emerged, primarily under the radar.
6/6/2013 | WADA backs MLB's Biogenesis investigation
MLB received strong support Wednesday from an important and prominent ally, The World Anti-Doping Agency, in its investigation of Biogenesis.
6/5/2013 | Tape-measure shot highlights CarGo's three-HR night
Carlos Gonzalez hit three of the Rockies' six home runs in Wednesday's 12-4 rout of the Reds, his second career three-homer effort.
6/5/2013 | Royals snap skid at home behind big first inning
The Royals pounced with a three-run first inning and snapped their 11-game skid at Kauffman Stadium with a 4-1 victory over the Twins on Wednesday night.
6/5/2013 | Beckett hopes to avoid surgery
Injured Dodgers starting pitcher Josh Beckett hopes four weeks of aggressive rehabilitation on his right shoulder will keep him out of the operating room.
6/5/2013 | Prescient Byrd helps Mets fly high past Nats
Marlon Byrd hit two home runs -- as he predicted he would -- David Wright added another and the Mets rapped out a season-high 15 hits in a 10-1 romp over the Nats.
6/5/2013 | Deep six: Astros use homer barrage to beat O's
The Astros erupted for six home runs -- by six different players -- for their biggest long-ball barrage in nearly seven years, and got another quality start from left-hander Dallas Keuchel and held on to beat the Orioles, 11-7, on Wednesday night at Minute Maid Park.
6/5/2013 | Elvis delivers win after dingers, duel in Boston
Elvis Andrus hit a two-run double in the top of the seventh inning that lifted the Rangers to a 3-2 victory over the Red Sox on Wednesday night at Fenway Park.
6/5/2013 | Showalter appreciates McLouth's baserunning instincts
Largely lost in the Orioles' 4-1 win over the Astros on Tuesday night was the continued presence of left fielder Nate McLouth on the basepaths.
6/5/2013 | Bevy of ways to follow Draft's every turn
From tablet apps to Twitter accounts, MLB.com is offering fans more ways than ever before to keep track of the First-Year Player Draft, coverage of which will get under way on MLB.com and MLB Network at 6 p.m. ET on Thursday.
6/5/2013 | Slumping Headley seeks more patience at the plate
Padres third baseman Chase Headley, who had one hit in his last 25 at-bats entering Wednesday night's series finale with the Dodgers, has a few ideas about what's been causing his troubles.
6/5/2013 | A View From Studio 3: Don't start Mo in ASG
Using Mariano Rivera as a starting pitcher in the All-Star Game is not as irresponsible as putting, say, Joey Votto at shortstop or Mike Trout at catcher, but it's similar in this sense: They'd all be great players playing out of position.
6/5/2013 | Moreland hurts hamstring, heads to Texas for MRI
The Rangers are sending first baseman Mitch Moreland back to Texas for an MRI exam on his right hamstring muscle. Moreland left the Rangers' game with the Red Sox on Wednesday night in the seventh inning with tightness in the muscle.
6/5/2013 | Puig's splash leaves positive wake in LA clubhouse
Outfielder Yasiel Puig's electrifying first two games in the big leagues have brought a much-need spark into the Dodgers' clubhouse.
6/5/2013 | Buck won't make assumptions about Biogenesis
Reacting to the news that Major League Baseball may be pursuing suspension of approximately 20 players involved with the Miami-area Biogenesis clinic founded by Anthony Bosch, Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he'd wait to pass judgment.
6/5/2013 | Stanton pleased with progress of strained hamstring
Currently on a rehab assignment with Class A Advanced Jupiter, Giancarlo Stanton expects to return off the disabled list -- barring any setbacks -- on Monday when the Marlins open a six-game homestand against the Brewers.
6/5/2013 | Lefty Elbert needs Tommy John surgery
Los Angeles Dodgers left-handed relief pitcher Scott Elbert will undergo Tommy John elbow reconstruction next week and will be sidelined for 12 to 16 months, the club revealed on Wednesday.
6/5/2013 | Sweeney, Brett team up for first pitch Wednesday
How's this for a battery? Mike Sweeney pitching and George Brett catching.
6/5/2013 | Molina drops appeal of one-game suspension
Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina will serve his suspension Wednesday night against Arizona. Molina was issued the suspension and an undisclosed fine for making contact with second-base umpire Mike Everitt on Sunday.
6/5/2013 | Ellsbury confident he can return Thursday
While Wednesday marked the fifth consecutive game Jacoby Ellsbury missed with tightness in his left groin, the center fielder indicated to a club official that he's confident he will be in the lineup on Thursday night against the Rangers.
6/5/2013 | Victorino set to open rehab stint at Pawtucket
Shane Victorino's left hamstring strain has healed to the point that the right fielder will begin a Minor League rehab assignment on Thursday for Triple-A Pawtucket.
6/5/2013 | Padres stop Dodgers behind Marquis' gem
Jason Marquis carried a no-hitter into the sixth inning, Jedd Gyorko homered and Jesus Guzman went 3-for-4 with an RBI as the Padres defeated the Dodgers, 6-2, on Wednesday night in Los Angeles.
6/5/2013 | Astros working around clock preparing for Draft
With a day remaining before making the first selection in the First-Year Player Draft, the Astros' front office, led by general manager Jeff Luhnow and scouting director Mike Elias, continues to work round the clock to make sure they're prepared as possible.
6/5/2013 | Aw, Shuck: Replay overturns Angels homer
With an 0-1 count in the bottom of the second in Wednesday's 8-6, 10-inning loss to the Cubs, Angels left fielder J.B. Shuck thought he hit his first Major League home run, but it was later ruled a foul ball by replay.
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