6/3/2013 | Davis wins AL Player of the Week honor
Orioles first baseman Chris Davis was named the American League Player of the Week on Monday for the second time this season.
6/3/2013 | Three up, three down: Astros find a way to roll
After two months of beatdowns, the Astros found reason to smile last week. They completed a three-game sweep against the Angels at Anaheim on Sunday, extending a season-best winning streak to five games -- as many games as they had won in their previous 18.
6/3/2013 | Braves get Minor League lefty for Francisco
The Braves traded Juan Francisco to the Brewers on Monday in exchange for left-handed reliever Tom Keeling. The transaction was made four days after the Braves designated Francisco for assignment.
6/3/2013 | Overbay gets outfield opportunity; Boesch sent out
The idea of transitioning to the outfield was first floated to Lyle Overbay two days ago. Yet it wasn't until he arrived in the Yankee Stadium clubhouse prior to Monday's series opener that Overbay knew for certain he'd be making his Major League debut in the outfield.
6/3/2013 | Yanks partner with Big Ten for Pinstripe Bowl
On Monday, Yankees managing partner Hal Steinbrenner and Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany announced an eight-year partnership between the conference and the New Era Pinstripe Bowl, a college football bowl game played at Yankee Stadium in December.
6/3/2013 | Swisher happy with Tribe, grateful for time with Yanks
Nick Swisher was not nervous about taking the field at Yankee Stadium on Monday night. Of course, he was in the lineup for the Indians as their first baseman, eliminating a reunion with the right field bleacher creatures.
6/3/2013 | Alomar's assistance pays off for Blue Jays
Luis Rivera figured the duo of Emilio Bonifacio and Munenori Kawasaki could benefit from the tutoring of a Hall of Fame infielder. So he called upon Roberto Alomar, a longtime friend and former teammate -- and one of the best second basemen to play the game.
6/3/2013 | Asdrubal strains right quad, to have MRI
Indians manager Terry Francona recently stated that he wanted to do everything possible to make sure shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera did not run himself into the ground this season. The two-time All-Star's desire to play through discomfort got the best of him on Monday.
6/3/2013 | Pettitte feels good, but not satisfied with return
The first thing everyone needs to know about Andy Pettitte after his return Monday night from the disabled list is that he's feeling just fine. The next thing everyone needs to know is that he was pretty upset with himself for not being able to make it out of the fifth inning in a 7-4 Yankees victory over the Indians at Yankee Stadium.
6/3/2013 | Teixeira, Gardner pace Yanks in win over Tribe
Mark Teixeira's grand slam opened the scoring for the Yanks and Brett Gardner later had the key hit, a two-run single, off Indians starter Justin Masterson en route to the Yankees' 7-4 series-opening victory over the Indians on Monday night.
6/3/2013 | Brewers shake up roster with flurry of moves
The Brewers made significant changes to their roster Monday by recalling a top prospect from Triple-A and completing a trade with the Braves.
6/3/2013 | Stadiums, baseball art featured in unique LEGO exhibit
Wrigley Field and Miller Park, as well as several other baseball-themed LEGO creations, are now on display at the "Big Leagues, Little Bricks" exhibit that will run through the summer at the Louisville Slugger Museum in Louisville, Ky.
6/3/2013 | Braves trade Francisco to Brewers for prospect
The Braves have traded third baseman Juan Francisco to the Brewers in exchange for left-handed pitching prospect Tom Keeling.
6/3/2013 | Miggy leading the way in AL All-Star voting
The early numbers are in with this year's first American League All-Star Game ballot update, and last year's brightest stars are on track to join this season's hottest starters in New York for the Midsummer Classic.
6/3/2013 | Hughes, Reid get to work after Monday callups
Right-handers Jared Hughes and Ryan Reid joined the Pirates on Monday to reinforce a bullpen that worked overtime on Sunday, and both saw action right away in a 7-2 loss to the Braves at Turner Field.
6/3/2013 | Checking up on moves from Music City and beyond
Two months into the season and six months removed from the Winter Meetings, the jury is still out on offseason moves made in preparation for the 2013 campaign. But the verdicts are starting to reveal themselves a bit.
6/3/2013 | Cubs zeroing in on impact talent with No. 2 pick
With their highest pick since 2001, the Cubs are determined to add the kind of impact player that Theo Epstein used to build the Red Sox into World Series champs.
6/3/2013 | Astros in enviable spot with No. 1 overall pick
The Astros know the importance that comes with the No. 1 overall pick in the First-Year Player Draft -- a selection they have for the second straight year.
6/3/2013 | MLB Notebook: Offensive, mound standouts
Roger Schlueter examines Sunday's rare feats and highlights, including Dexter Fowler, Domonic Brown, Jorge De La Rosa and Cliff Lee.
6/3/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: June 3
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
6/3/2013 | Rays doing it with ... their bats?
The Rays are -- dare we say -- an offensive juggernaut right now. They scored the most runs per game in all the Majors last month, taking full advantage of the presence and production that comes from having a healthy Evan Longoria in the middle of the order and reaping the benefits of rebound seasons by offseason additions James Loney and Kelly Johnson.
6/3/2013 | The Week Ahead: Clubs try to battle past injuries
June is upon us. The grueling Major League Baseball season grinds on. Mettle is being tested. Bonds have been forged. The hot summer looms. In other words, things are starting to get difficult. It always is a challenge when you play 162 games after six weeks of Spring Training.
6/3/2013 | Thunder sends players scurrying back to clubhouse
Sunday night's game between the Yankees and Red Sox ended approximately four hours after its scheduled start time -- not unusual for a game between the two rivals -- but Boston's 3-0 win was far from normal.
6/2/2013 | Red Sox playing inspired baseball under Farrell
With a little more than a third of the season behind them, the John Farrell era has paid great dividends already for the Red Sox.
6/2/2013 | Buchholz shakes off injury, rain to beat Yanks
Clay Buchholz stepped back on the mound Sunday night and picked right up where he left off, firing five shutout innings while leading the Red Sox to a rain-shortened 3-0 victory over the Yankees in the rubber match of a three-game series in the Bronx.
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