6/28/2013 | Nimmo excited about possibility of Futures Game
As he climbs through the Mets' Minor League system, Brandon Nimmo is working to prove he can be part of the organization for years to come. For one day in July, one of the team's top prospects might have the chance to give Mets fans a glimpse of his highly touted skills.
6/28/2013 | Nats prospect Jordan set to debut vs. Gee, Mets
Right-hander Taylor Jordan will make his big league debut when the Nationals take on the Mets and Dillon Gee on Saturday at Citi Field.
6/28/2013 | Desmond, Zimmerman deliver as Nats rally vs. Mets
Ian Desmond's RBI double in the top of the ninth inning helped the Nationals edge the Mets, 6-4, at Citi Field on Friday night.
6/28/2013 | Cabrera on quest for consecutive Triple Crowns
Miguel Cabrera does not have much interest in discussing his individual accolades, but they may become awfully hard to ignore if he continues his torrid pace in his quest for an unprecedented Triple Crown in consecutive seasons.
6/28/2013 | What we've learned halfway through 2013
As we approach the halfway point of the season, it is becoming clear that the AL East is deep and unpredictable, the NL Central will be MLB's best race, pitchers are still dominating and Miguel Cabrera is even better.
6/28/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: June 28
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
6/28/2013 | Pirates, first-rounder Meadows come to terms
The Pirates agreed to terms with outfielder Austin Meadows, the No. 9 overall selection in the First-Year Player Draft earlier this month, and announced the signing Friday. He will begin his professional career with the Gulf Coast League Pirates.
6/28/2013 | Club says Halladay is progressing well
The Phillies announced late Thursday night that Roy Halladay can step up his throwing program.
6/28/2013 | In a Puig of his own, Yasiel does it again
After the Dodgers fell behind in the seventh inning, Yasiel Puig -- who else? -- delivered a two-out, two-run, bases-loaded single in the bottom half to deliver a sixth straight win, 6-4 over the Phillies on Thursday night.
6/27/2013 | Reyes has bruised shin, avoids injury scare
"Thank God it didn't hit me in the ankle," was the reaction of Jose Reyes after he fouled a ball off his left shin during Thursday's 7-4 loss to the Red Sox.
6/27/2013 | Wild five-run fifth lifts Orioles past Indians
The Orioles used a five-run fifth inning to knock Corey Kluber from the contest and beat the Indians, 7-3, on Thursday to salvage a series split at Camden Yards.
6/27/2013 | Braves open youth field in Chipper's name
Chipper Jones and Braves general manager Frank Wren were on hand on Thursday morning for the unveiling of a refurbished baseball field at West Manor Park in southwest Atlanta, the first of 10 planned renovations to honor the retired third baseman.
6/27/2013 | Selig honored with humanitarian award
Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig was honored Thursday with the B'nai B'rith International 2013 Distinguished Humanitarian Award.
6/27/2013 | Adams opts against surgery for now
Phillies right-hander Mike Adams will try to rehab his injured right shoulder rather than have surgery, although it remains unlikely he pitches again this season.
6/27/2013 | pA's cut loose at annual Golf Classic
Tommy Milone hooking drives off the first tee, Ryan Cook getting rattled by fans and beer served by Frank Thomas ... welcome to the 31st annual A's Community Fund Golf Classic, where professional athletes are brought down to Earth for a good cause.
6/27/2013 | Lester turns in strong outing to lift Sox past Jays
If only for a moment during the Red Sox's 7-4 victory over the Blue Jays on a misty Thursday night at Fenway Park, the pitching woes of Jon Lester looked like they would continue.
6/27/2013 | Cuban outfielder Alvarez ready to join MLB
Cuban outfield prospect Dariel Alvarez told MLB.com Thursday that he was declared a free agent by the Commissioner's Office in January and cleared by the U.S. government to enter into a contract with a big league club a month later.
6/27/2013 | The dominoes now falling for Brown
He was destined for greatness, or so they said. Phillies outfielder Domonic Brown now seems to be on that path, citing confidence and opportunity for finally breaking through, albeit a few years later than many baseball observers had predicted.
6/27/2013 | Machado calls first-career ejection justified
Orioles third baseman Manny Machado was ejected in the bottom of the fifth inning Thursday after arguing with home-plate umpire Will Little that he foul-tipped a third strike.
6/27/2013 | US Senate approves naming of bridge after Musial
The U.S. Senate unanimously passed legislation Thursday to rename the new Interstate 70 bridge over the Mississippi River in St. Louis as the "Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge" in honor of the Cardinals legend.
6/27/2013 | Mets edge Rockies at Coors on late blast from Byrd
Marlon Byrd hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning to give the Mets a 3-2 win against the Rockies on Thursday night at Coors Field.
6/27/2013 | Plouffe providing plenty of offense since return
Since his return from the disabled list June 15, third basemen Trevor Plouffe has provided the Twins with some much needed offense in the middle of the order.
6/27/2013 | Draft pick Krook failed recent physical
A source confirmed reports that lefty Matt Krook, who opted to attend college instead of sign with the Marlins, recently failed his physical.
6/27/2013 | Tejada has to earn shortstop role back from Quintanilla
According to manager Terry Collins, when Ruben Tejada completes his upcoming rehab assignment, he'll have to battle Omar Quintanilla, who has impressed at shortstop since coming up to take Tejada's spot on the roster.
6/27/2013 | Wright out of Mets lineup for second time in '13
At least one element was missing from Thursday's makeup game in Colorado, and that was Mets third baseman David Wright, who missed just his second start of the season.
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