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7/14/2013 | A-Rod slated to rehab with Trenton on Monday
Alex Rodriguez's tumultuous Minor League rehabilitation assignment will reach the Double-A level on Monday, as he will be promoted to join the Trenton Thunder for their 7:05 p.m. ET game in Reading, Pa.

7/14/2013 | Pettitte to lead rotation coming out of break
The Yankees have set their pitching rotation coming out of the All-Star break, lining up Andy Pettitte, Hiroki Kuroda and CC Sabathia to take the mound for a three-game series at Fenway Park against the Red Sox.

7/14/2013 | Girardi: Yanks will evaluate Jeter after All-Star Game
The Yankees may not know if Derek Jeter's strained right quadriceps is playable until after the All-Star Game, manager Joe Girardi said.

7/14/2013 | Twins turn tables on CC to take series in NY
The Twins jumped all over CC Sabathia on Sunday at Yankee Satdium, knocking him out of the game after just four innings en route to a 10-4 victory heading into the All-Star break. The win marked Minnesota's first against Sabathia since July 29, 2007, when he was still a member of the Tribe.

7/14/2013 | Lincecum regains form -- and so much more
Whether Saturday night was a turning point remains to be seen. All we know for sure is that Tim Lincecum has never been better. In throwing his first career no-hitter, a monumental 148-pitch effort, he looked a lot like the guy he once was and the guy the Giants hope he can be again.

7/14/2013 | Making history never gets old for Giants
When catcher Buster Posey gave Tim Lincecum a congratulatory -- and blind-sided -- bear hug, the scene looked happily familiar. Between a pair of World Series titles and Matt Cain's perfect game, these Giants have been here before.

7/14/2013 | Panda, Pence come to Lincecum's defense
Hunter Pence and Pablo Sandoval came to Tim Lincecum's rescue with a pair of great defensive plays to preserve the right-hander's no-hitter Saturday at Petco Park.

7/14/2013 | Lincecum's no-no is 15th in franchise history
Tim Lincecum's no-hitter Saturday night against the San Diego Padres was the 15th no-hitter in club history. The most recent of San Francisco's no-hitters was Matt Cain's 2012 perfect game against the Astros.

7/14/2013 | Jordan looks for first MLB win in home state
Taylor Jordan was supposed to pitch in the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game at Citi Field in New York on Sunday. Instead, the Merritt Island, Fla., native will have a homecoming of sorts in his fourth Major League start at Marlins Park.

7/14/2013 | Tribe streaks into break with sweep of Royals
Right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez didn't make it through the fifth inning, but Asdrubal Cabrera's two-run double helped send the Indians to a 6-4 win and a three-game sweep of the Royals on Sunday at Progressive Field.

7/14/2013 | Years before Derby, Wright modeled game off Cuddyer
Michael Cuddyer set in motion a movement that has made the South Hampton Roads region in southeastern Virginia one of the hotbeds of baseball in America. Another product of that region, David Wright, picked Cuddyer to join him on this year's NL Home Run Derby team.

7/13/2013 | Gregorius' big night fuels D-backs' 50th win
Playing in front of a large contingent of family from Curacao, Didi Gregorius turned in an inspired performance Saturday, launching a homer and driving in a pair of runs as the D-backs erased a three-run deficit to take down the Brewers, 5-4.

7/13/2013 | Reversal of fortune: Griffin stymies Red Sox
Facing the American League East-leading Red Sox, A's righty A.J. Griffin wasn't exactly at his best, boarding runners in every inning but his last two, yet he didn't allow one to score over eight shutout innings in a 3-0 Oakland victory.

7/13/2013 | Felix shuts down Angels for 10th win
Saturday night's showdown between Felix Hernandez and Jered Weaver had all the makings of a classic pitchers' duel, but Justin Smoak would have none of it. While Hernandez lived up to the billing with eight scoreless innings, Smoak drove Weaver from the game with four RBIs on the way to a 6-0 Seattle victory at Safeco Field.

7/13/2013 | Mariners look to close first half by sweeping Angels
First-time All-Star Hisashi Iwakuma will try to send the Mariners into the break with a series sweep of the Angels on Sunday, while Joe Blanton will try to end his disappointing first half on a high note at Safeco Field.

7/13/2013 | Weary White Sox, Phillies wrap up Interleague set
With little rest, the White Sox and Phillies will conclude their first halves Sunday afternoon at Citizens Bank Park. The teams played a split doubleheader Saturday, with both games going to extra innings and each lasting nearly four hours. In the rubber game, Philadelphia will send Cole Hamels against Chicago's Jose Quintana.

7/13/2013 | Healthy Weaver has Angels excited for second half
Angels right-hander Jered Weaver missed at least nine starts in the first half while recovering from a fractured left arm and the Angels entered Saturday nine games out of first place in the American League West.

7/13/2013 | Casey still strikes out, but there is joy in Central Park
It turns out Joe Torre is quite the storyteller. A reading by Torre of the poem "Casey at the Bat," along with a performance by Mariah Carey and the New York Philharmonic, took place at the 2013 MLB All-Star Charity Concert.

7/13/2013 | Thornton excited to join first-place ballclub
Matt Thornton hasn't stopped smiling since he woke up at 8:30 a.m. ET on Saturday in a Philadelphia hotel room in order to catch a cross-country flight to join his new ballclub on the West Coast.

7/13/2013 | After rough June, Bailey reverting to form in July
It appears that Andrew Bailey has returned to form since losing the closer's role he's held for much of the season.

7/13/2013 | Hanson on track to rejoin rotation after break
The Angels have a potential opening in their rotation on July 23 and right-hander Tommy Hanson appears to be on track to fill it. Hanson, placed on the 15-day disabled list May 21 with right forearm strain, threw a simulated game Saturday and appeared to be healthy.

7/13/2013 | All-Star break offers players rare respite
Angels manager Mike Scioscia knows how important the All-Star break is for players to recover from the demanding Major League Baseball schedule.

7/13/2013 | Segura fine playing every day in first full season
Jean Segura played in his 91st game of the season Saturday and 89th at shortstop, missing only two games for the Brewers this year.

7/13/2013 | Roenicke concerned about Brewers pressing
The Brewers scored 13 runs in their past six games entering Saturday's action, going 2-4 during that span.

7/13/2013 | Estrada's side session pushed back a day
Starting pitcher Marco Estrada, who has been dealing with a back issue while on the disabled list, was scheduled to throw a bullpen session Saturday but it was moved to Sunday.


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