8/19/2013 | Wounded Warriors show off softball skills at Fenway
Monday night's game between the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team and the Boston Marathon First Responders was played at Fenway Park with public-address announcers, TV cameras, an impressive crowd and passionate players on both sides.
8/19/2013 | Liriano K's 13 as Bucs take opener at Petco
Francisco Liriano struck out 13 batters, and Pedro Alvarez hit his league-leading 31st home run as the Pirates defeated the San Diego Padres, 3-1, on Monday night in the opener of a three-game series at Petco Park.
8/19/2013 | Cards ride eighth-inning rally to win in opener
The Cardinals had six consecutive two-out hits and scored four runs in the eighth inning, erasing a Brewers' rally for an 8-5 series-opening win over their National League Central division rivals at Miller Park.
8/19/2013 | Red Sox get valuable piece back in Ross
Monday was a big day for backup catcher David Ross, as he was back on Boston's roster for the first time in over two months. Ross suffered his second concussion of the season June 14 and went through a lengthy recovery.
8/19/2013 | Puig, Fernandez take center stage in Miami
Big-time Cuban baseball came to Little Havana on Monday. In the visiting dugout stood Dodgers rookie Yasiel Puig, the bold and brash phenom that has taken the baseball world by storm. In the other dugout was Jose Fernandez, the confident but quiet young ace who is trying to revitalize baseball in Miami.
8/19/2013 | Romo gratified to record 30-save milestone
Sergio Romo relished becoming the sixth Giant to reach the 30-save level, which remains the baseline for excellence and consistency among closers.
8/19/2013 | Bucs option Johnson, add fresh arm in Reid
The Pirates recalled right-hander Ryan Reid from Triple-A Indianapolis on Monday and optioned left-hander Kris Johnson to the same Indianapolis club.
8/19/2013 | Saunders' three hits vs. Darivsh a rarity
Michael Saunders started only two of six games prior to Sunday's finale in Texas. But Saunders made the most of it, becoming just the third player in the Majors to get three hits in one game off Rangers ace Yu Darvish.
8/19/2013 | Offense stays on roll as Reds down D-backs
A 5-3 victory over the D-backs on Monday night made it wins in seven of the last nine games for the Reds, and the fifth time over the past seven games they have scored five or more runs.
8/19/2013 | Fernandez flashes dominance, quiets Dodgers
Jose Fernandez struck out eight over six innings, and Logan Morrison provided a critical go-ahead RBI double in the sixth that lifted the Marlins to a 6-2 win over the Dodgers on Monday night at Marlins Park.
8/19/2013 | Wilson confident Hamilton will return to form
C.J. Wilson has a long history with struggling slugger Josh Hamilton, and the Angels starter has no doubt Hamilton will revert back to his traditional form next season.
8/19/2013 | Black: Quentin has 50-50 chance at return
Carlos Quentin is in the midst of a 10-day rest period without much activity, and if his knee barks upon his return to action, manager Bud Black and the club will almost certainly shelve him for the rest of the year.
8/19/2013 | Martin, young arms show potential in Phils' win
Rookie Ethan Martin started strong and kept the pace through six innings as the Phillies topped the Rockies, 5-4, on Monday night at Citizens Bank Park. Jake Diekman and Justin De Fratus were solid in relief.
8/19/2013 | Mujica returns after resting arm for three days
Closer Edward Mujica returned to get his 32nd save on Monday after getting the entire series against the Cubs off to fend off arm fatigue.
8/19/2013 | Pillar knows first hit may be the toughest
Blue Jays rookie outfielder Kevin Pillar is not panicking about starting his Major League career 0-for-13. Pillar has been through this before in the Minors, but once he gets that first hit, he expects a wave of hits to begin.
8/19/2013 | Crisp's return gives A's back their 'motor'
The A's, 55-37 when Coco Crisp is in the lineup, got their regular leadoff hitter and offensive catalyst back on Monday from a sore left wrist that had him on the shelf since Aug. 11.
8/19/2013 | Rzepczynski clarifies comments about Yadi
Indians left-hander Marc Rzepczynski wants to make something clear: He does not blame his struggles in St. Louis earlier this season on catcher Yadier Molina.
8/19/2013 | Roenicke: Braun to speak when 'timing is right'
Suspended Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun will break his silence, manager Ron Roenicke reiterated on Monday. The question at Miller Park, from the clubhouse to the upper deck, was: When?
8/19/2013 | Gomez 'ahead of schedule' with sprained knee
All-Star center fielder Carlos Gomez is "ahead of schedule" in his return from a sprained right knee, said Brewers manager Ron Roenicke, who would not rule out using Gomez off the bench during the team's three-game series against the Cardinals from Monday to Wednesday.
8/19/2013 | Fernandez closing in on innings limit set by Marlins
Each inning brings Marlins right-hander Jose Fernandez closer to the end of his thus far remarkable rookie season. Before the season, Miami management set a range with the maximum of about 170 innings.
8/19/2013 | Polanco placed on seven-day concussion DL
Still woozy a couple of days after being struck on the helmet by a pitch, the Marlins on Monday placed Placido Polanco on the seven-day concussion disabled list.
8/19/2013 | Pujols to miss remainder of 2013 season
Angels slugger Albert Pujols will not return to game action this season. Pujols will continue to rehab the partially torn plantar fascia in his left foot and is expected to be ready for Spring Training.
8/19/2013 | CarGo may start swinging the bat this week
Rockies All-Star outfielder Carlos Gonzalez could begin swinging a bat Wednesday, as he works his way back from a sprained right middle finger which has kept him off the field since Aug. 4.
8/19/2013 | Kipnis, Chisenhall spark big frame to best Angels
After drawing a walk to lead off the fourth, Jason Kipnis made a mad dash for second base, sliding in for a steal and igniting a four-run push for the Tribe. Combined with a solid start from Zach McAllister, that outburst against Weaver proved to be the difference in a 5-2 victory at Angel Stadium.
8/19/2013 | Montero catching for first time in rehab stint
Injured D-backs catcher Miguel Montero was scheduled to catch for the first time in an Arizona League game Monday night. Montero has been on the disabled list since July 29 with a lower back strain.
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