6/21/2013 | White Sox take out frustrations on Guthrie, Chen
Dayan Viciedo hit a three-run homer during a five-run third inning as the White Sox defeated Jeremy Guthrie and the Royals, 9-1, on Friday night at Kauffman Stadium. Alejandro De Aza added a two-run shot.
6/21/2013 | Edgin in groove out of 'pen since being recalled
When reliever Josh Edgin fought back from a 3-0 count on Jason Heyward to induce a groundout and end the last Braves threat in the Mets' 4-3 victory Thursday night, it extended his scoreless-appearances streak to five since his recall from Triple-A Las Vegas on June 10.
6/21/2013 | Utley returns to Phillies lineup after month on DL
For the first time in a month, Chase Utley's name was penciled in the Phillies' batting order for Friday's opener vs. the Mets.
6/21/2013 | Manuel disagrees with Papelbon's comments
Jonathan Papelbon not only caught some attention for blowing his second save in three tries Wednesday, but also for what he said afterward.
6/21/2013 | Frandsen to see decrease in playing time
The return of Chase Utley will equate to less playing time for Kevin Frandsen, but that is not going to change the infielder's approach when he comes to the ballpark.
6/21/2013 | Indians being cautious with Swish's shoulder
Nick Swisher's left shoulder injury is the type of issue that could linger throughout the remainder of the season. That's why the Indians are taking a cautious approach while their first baseman learns how to manage the problem to the point where he can play every day without pain.
6/21/2013 | Perez looks strong in Friday bullpen session
Closer Chris Perez took another step toward returning to Cleveland's bullpen on Friday when he completed a 30-pitch bullpen session prior to the Tribe's game against the Twins.
6/21/2013 | Cabrera working toward late June return to Tribe
Injured Indians shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera was at his position at Progressive Field on Friday afternoon, gloving ground balls with apparent ease during a pregame workout.
6/21/2013 | Harper set to begin rehab assignment Tuesday
Nationals manager Davey Johnson said Friday that outfielder Bryce Harper is on track to make a rehab appearance at Class A Potomac on Tuesday.
6/21/2013 | Span's swing shows signs of progress in win
In the Nationals' 5-1 win over the Rockies on Thursday, Denard Span put together the type of game Washington was looking for when it acquired him from the Twins this winter to take over the leadoff spot.
6/21/2013 | Mattheus about four weeks away from return
Although the broken bone in his right hand has healed, reliever Ryan Mattheus said that he is still about four weeks away from returning to the Nationals' bullpen.
6/21/2013 | Granderson has pin removed, will start gripping bat
Curtis Granderson joined the Yankees in the clubhouse and on the field during batting practice before Friday's game against the Rays. The injured outfielder had a pin removed from his hand on Thursday as he continues to recover from a fractured left pinkie he sustained on May 25.
6/21/2013 | Blue Jays win ninth in row on Davis' walk-off
Rajai Davis hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth inning to extend the Blue Jays' winning streak to nine games with a 7-6 victory over the Orioles on Friday night at Rogers Centre.
6/21/2013 | Wang looks to keep Blue Jays' win streak alive
Miguel Gonzalez returns from the paternity list for the Orioles in time to face Toronto's Chien-Ming Wang, who has gone at least seven innings in his two previous starts this season.
6/21/2013 | Haren looks to right ship against struggling Rockies
After being shut down by Jordan Zimmermann and Stephen Strasburg in the first two games of the series, the Rockies are hoping a struggling Dan Haren, whom they already beat this season, is what their offense needs to get back on track behind Jhoulys Chacin.
6/21/2013 | Strasburg brilliant as Nats win third straight
Stephen Strasburg struck out nine in seven innings of one-run ball and Ian Desmond homered for the third straight day to give the Nationals their third straight win, 2-1, over the Rockies Friday at Nationals Park.
6/21/2013 | Bailey removed from closer's role in favor of Uehara
Andrew Bailey has lost his job as the Red Sox's closer, at least for the time being. In the short term, veteran right-hander Koji Uehara will pitch the ninth inning for Boston.
6/21/2013 | Dykstra released from prison
Former three-time All-Star Lenny Dykstra was released from a California prison. The former Mets and Phillies outfielder was serving time for a series of offenses that included bankruptcy fraud and grand theft auto.
6/21/2013 | Tigers designate Valverde for assignment
After manager Jim Leyland announced Thursday that Joaquin Benoit would pitch the ninth inning when "healthy and available," the Tigers designated Jose Valverde for assignment Friday.
6/21/2013 | Carlos Lee announces retirement on 37th birthday
Carlos Lee, who hit 358 home runs over 14 seasons with the White Sox, Brewers, Rangers, Astros and Marlins, announced his retirement Thursday on his 37th birthday.
6/21/2013 | Krauss joins Astros after Crowe placed on DL
With outfielder Trevor Crowe on the 15-day disabled list after spraining his right shoulder on Thursday, the Astros called up outfielder/first baseman Marc Krauss from Triple-A Oklahoma City on Friday.
6/21/2013 | Discomfort delays Soler's return to Class A Daytona
Cuban outfielder Jorge Soler, eligible to come off the disabled list Friday after being sidelined with a sore left shin, was still experiencing some discomfort, and he is not expected to return to the Class A Daytona lineup for a few more days.
6/21/2013 | Baylor leading fight against Multiple Myeloma
Don Baylor is a former star baseball player and manager who is now the hitting coach of the Arizona Diamondbacks. But more importantly, the man they simply call "Groove," is a Multiple Myeloma survivor. And in that, he is way beyond the curve.
6/21/2013 | Wood hopes for some support against Astros
Travis Wood heads to the mound as the Cubs take on Bud Norris and the Astros on Saturday at Wrigley Field.
6/21/2013 | Doc makes house call to Chatting Cage
Mets pitching legend Dwight Gooden stopped by the MLB.com studios in New York on Friday to answer questions from fans.
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