6/29/2016 | Braves' Cabrera in Aroldis territory at 103 mph
Time will tell whether Mauricio Cabrera has the ability to harness a high-velocity fastball that has placed him in the exclusive company of Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman. But through his first two big league appearances, the Braves reliever has proven he can throw strikes while consistently lighting up the radar gun board with triple-digit readings.
6/29/2016 | Clevenger fractures right hand on foul tip
Mariners backup catcher Steve Clevenger was taken out of Wednesday night's game against the Pirates in the top of the third inning with a fractured right hand after being hit by a foul tip off the bat of Andrew McCutchen.
6/29/2016 | Sox hold off Twins, net Shields 1st Chicago W
James Shields picked up his first win as a member of the White Sox in what was easily his most effective start since being traded from the Padres, and Chicago survived a five-run Minnesota ninth to claim a 9-6 victory on Wednesday night at U.S. Cellular Field. The White Sox returned to .500, at 39-39, and improved to 7-1 against the Twins this season.
6/29/2016 | Guerra shuts down Dodgers as Braun surges
Junior Guerra pitched eight scoreless innings and Ryan Braun homered on a four-RBI night in the Brewers' 7-0 win over the Dodgers on Wednesday at Miller Park.
6/29/2016 | Power rally: Yanks walk off with 6 in 9th
Didi Gregorius hit a two-run home run off Rangers closer Sam Dyson with one out in the ninth to give the Yankees a dramatic 9-7, walk-off victory on Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium. The Yankees were down by five runs heading into the bottom of the eighth before coming back and snapping the Rangers' four-game winning streak.
6/29/2016 | Puig OK after crashing into wall on HR
Yasiel Puig is not expected to miss a game, said Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, who removed the right fielder in the eighth inning of a 7-0 loss Wednesday night after he crashed into the fence chasing a Ryan Braun home run.
6/29/2016 | For first time since big trade, Shields delivers
He's pitched many better games. He's pitched dozens that carried more importance. But you wonder, has James Shields ever felt the way he did when he walked from the mound to the White Sox dugout in the seventh inning of a 9-6 victory over the Twins Wednesday night, with fans standing on their feet and clapping?
6/29/2016 | Down to the wire, some races too close to call
We're going down to the wire on some of these races in both leagues. Time to give your guys another push toward San Diego as we approach the final hours of online voting (11:59 p.m. ET today).
6/29/2016 | Doolittle dealing with sore left shoulder
The A's entered play against the Giants on Wednesday without two premier relievers: Ryan Madson will be unavailable for at least two days after throwing 43 pitches in Tuesday's wild win, while Sean Doolittle was sidelined a fourth consecutive day by minor left shoulder soreness.
6/29/2016 | Hurdle: Marte free to toy with baserunners
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle shared with reporters the inkling that Starling Marte might occasionally be using his athleticism and defensive ability in a way that only the best outfielders even dare trying: by pretending to struggle while fielding base hits in order to fake out baserunners and nail them when they try to take an extra bag.
6/29/2016 | Dozier sets mark with XBH in 10th straight game
Brian Dozier set a Twins record with a double in the sixth inning of Wednesday's 9-6 loss to the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field. Dozier, who's having a great month of June, now has an extra-base hit in 10 straight games to set the franchise mark.
6/29/2016 | MLB documentary 'The Bird' debuts in Detroit
Around 200 Tigers fans turned out Wednesday at the MotorCity Casino to view the exclusive Detroit premiere of MLB Network Presents: The Bird, a TV documentary showcasing the life and brief baseball career of the former Detroit Tiger Mark Fidrych.
6/29/2016 | Panik on disabled list with concussion
Manager Bruce Bochy's initial concern Tuesday became a reality one day later as the Giants announced Wednesday afternoon that Joe Panik has a concussion and was placed on the seven-day disabled list.
6/29/2016 | A-Gon tossed after check-swing strikeout
Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez was ejected by third-base umpire Dan Bellino after striking out in the fourth inning of Wednesday night's game with the Brewers.
6/29/2016 | Karns quickly finds comfort zone out of 'pen
Nathan Karns, who has been a regular starter for the Mariners this season, took the mound as a reliever Wednesday for the second time in his Major League career. He struck out six in two scoreless innings during the Mariners' 8-1 loss to the Pirates.
6/29/2016 | Twins willing to be patient with Buxton
The learning process continues for Byron Buxton, but that's not why he remains in the Major Leagues despite his ongoing struggles at the plate. The answer involves all the other ways Buxton's athleticism helps the Twins on a daily basis. Hitting is just one part of it, and the hope is that he'll turn that part around over time.
6/29/2016 | Davis out of lineup with bruised left shoulder
Khris Davis was scratched from the A's lineup against the Giants on Wednesday night with a bruised left shoulder.
6/29/2016 | Angels hold team meeting after loss, remain upbeat
The Angels lost, 10-4, to the Astros on Wednesday, wrapping up a 1-6 homestand and continuing a stretch of nine losses in the past 10 games. They finished the month of June, the franchise's worst since 1980, at 8-19 and with more questions raised about the club's future than answers.
6/29/2016 | Posey passes Molina for starting ASG nod
A surge in voting has pushed the Giants' Buster Posey past the Cardinals' Yadier Molina in fan balloting for the National League's starting catcher's spot in next month's All-Star Game at San Diego.
6/29/2016 | Brewers spend day spreading kindness
Brewers owner Mark Attanasio picked up the lunch tab for an entire restaurant. Jonathan Lucroy bought dozens of tanks of gas. Aaron Hill and Blaine Boyer arrived unannounced at Children's Hospital with a big check. Ramon Flores handed out cash at the grocery store. Keon Broxton paid for purchases at Kohl's.
6/29/2016 | Altuve remains an iron man, and a productive one
Astros manager A.J. Hinch was originally going to give second baseman Jose Altuve a day off on Wednesday. After all, Altuve had played in 169 consecutive games entering the day and the manager thought he was getting a bit tired.
6/29/2016 | Piscotty dealing with bruised left ankle
Stephen Piscotty, who was at the center of two key extra-inning moments in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Royals, was walking gingerly around the Cardinals' clubhouse afterward as he nursed a bruised left ankle.
6/29/2016 | Dodgers waiting on Kershaw update
There was no news on Clayton Kershaw's back injury before Wednesday night's game with the Brewers, but Dodgers manager Dave Roberts had plenty of other updates.
6/29/2016 | Sprained wrist to sideline Melky 3 or 4 days
A sprained right wrist will keep Melky Cabrera out of action for three or four games, the White Sox announced prior to Wednesday's contest with the Twins at U.S. Cellular Field.
6/29/2016 | Arenado, Story gain ground in ASG voting
Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado and shortstop Trevor Story are making their final pushes for starting National League positions for the July 12 All-Star Game presented by MasterCard -- with fewer than 30 hours left in the voting.
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