6/22/2013 | Buck leaning toward Garcia for series finale
The Orioles have yet to officially announce their starting pitcher for Sunday's series finale against the Blue Jays, but manager Buck Showalter has an idea of what direction he will go.
6/22/2013 | Verlander looking to regain form vs. Red Sox
Justin Verlander looks to get back into the win column when he takes on the Red Sox in Sunday's series finale at Comerica Park. Felix Doubront starts for Boston.
6/22/2013 | Scherzer improves to 11-0 with V-Mart's help vs. Sox
With one swing of the bat -- a grand slam by Victor Martinez -- Max Scherzer had enough run support to become the first pitcher since 1997 to start a season 11-0 after Saturday night's 10-3 win over the Red Sox at Comerica Park.
6/22/2013 | Wells comes off bench to deliver big hit, win for Yanks
With the Yankees trailing by one run with two outs in the seventh, Vernon Wells delivered a pinch-hit three-run double to the right-center-field wall, giving the Yankees their lead back en route to a 7-5 win over the Rays on Saturday.
6/22/2013 | Royals activate Dyson, option Getz to Minors
The Royals on Saturday activated Jarrod Dyson from the disabled list and optioned Opening Day second baseman Chris Getz to Triple-A Omaha.
6/22/2013 | Harper, Johnson differ on rehab schedule
Outfielder Bryce Harper said Saturday that he has no pain in his injured left knee and that it feels better every day. But that doesn't necessarily mean that he's ready to play a rehab game at Class A Potomac on Tuesday, as Nationals manager Davey Johnson had suggested.
6/22/2013 | Chacin cruises in DC as Rockies halt slide at five
Led by seven strong innings from starter Jhoulys Chacin, three hits from DJ LeMahieu and two doubles from callup Corey Dickerson, the Rockies ended their season-high five-game losing streak by beating the Nationals, 7-1, at Nationals Park on Saturday afternoon in front of 35,787.
6/22/2013 | Rockies' De La Rosa aims to contain Nats' bats
Colorado limited Washington to one run in Saturday's matinee, and the task doesn't get any easier for the Nats in Sunday's series finale, with lefty Jorge De La Rosa on the mound for the Rockies. Ross Detwiler will toe the rubber for Washington. The 27-year-old lefty has posted a 2-5 record, despite a 3.34 ERA.
6/22/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: June 22
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
6/22/2013 | Power drought snapped, Renfroe leading Bulldogs
Hunter Renfroe finally conquered TD Ameritrade Park on Friday afternoon with a pivotal home run Friday afternoon. Power, it appears, just comes naturally to the Padres' top pick -- even when he's not trying.
6/22/2013 | Ozuna leads charge as Marlins top Giants
For the second straight night, the Marlins responded in the eighth inning, scoring three times Friday night to claim a 6-3 victory over the Giants. Marcell Ozuna and Greg Dobbs each collected two-out RBI singles in the eighth, and the Marlins won their ninth straight game at AT&T Park.
6/22/2013 | Torres bruises knee on slide vs. Marlins
Giants left fielder Andres Torres left Friday's game vs. the Marlins with a bruised right knee after trying to stretch a double into a triple in the sixth inning and is day to day.
6/22/2013 | Bullpen answers early call as Padres top Kershaw
The Padres tagged Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw for four runs in six innings in a 5-2 victory despite losing starter Clayton Richard to injury two pitches into the game.
6/22/2013 | Mississippi State, UCLA set for CWS final
Mississippi State defeated No. 3 Oregon State, 4-1, in Friday's opener, while UCLA beat top-seeded North Carolina, 4-1, in the nightcap at TD Ameritrade Park to set up what promises to be an intriguing and well-played College World Series final.
6/21/2013 | SoCal native Cole bests Weaver at Angel Stadium
Rookie Gerrit Cole threw four-hit ball for 6 1/3 innings in the Pirates' 5-2 victory over the Angels, relying on several 100-mph fastballs to help him become the second pitcher in Pittsburgh history to win each of his first three appearances.
6/21/2013 | Clutch Cruz lifts rallying Rangers to win in ninth
The Rangers, down three runs after one inning, emerged victorious in their return to St. Louis with a 6-4 win over the Cardinals. The Rangers have won four of their last five after snapping a six-game losing streak.
6/21/2013 | Unable to play, Hahn gets chance in front office
Two years after he was paralyzed and two weeks after the D-backs selected him in the 2013 First-Year Player Draft, Cory Hahn visited Chase Field on Friday with his family, touring the ballpark and meeting people in the organization for which he will eventually work.
6/21/2013 | Corbin aims for perfect 10 against Reds
In a collegiate homecoming, Mike Leake, who was a star pitcher for Arizona State, aims to deny the D-backs' Patrick Corbin his 10th straight victory this season.
6/21/2013 | Scherzer aiming for Major League-leading 11th win
Max Scherzer, who is the first Tigers starter to begin a season 10-0 since George Mullin in 1909, starts opposite Red Sox prospect Allen Webster in Saturday night's game at Comerica Park.
6/21/2013 | Colon wins seventh straight with help from Cespedes
The one home run Bartolo Colon allowed against Seattle was outdone by Oakland's four, with Yoenis Cespedes responsible for two of them in a 6-3 series-opening win at Safeco Field.
6/21/2013 | Jaso a last-minute scratch from A's lineup
John Jaso was a late scratch from the A's lineup Friday because of a left palm abrasion. Derek Norris started at catcher, two days after taking a foul ball to his groin area.
6/21/2013 | Colome joins Rays to oppose CC in New York
On Saturday, Tampa Bay will show off another one of its talented youngsters, as 24-year-old flamethrower Alex Colome is summoned to make his second career Major League start as the Rays take on the Yankees in New York.
6/21/2013 | Richard headed for DL after early exit
Starting pitcher Clayton Richard is headed to the disabled list after feeling pain in the AC joint of his left shoulder, which caused him to leave Friday's game after two pitches.
6/21/2013 | Victorino's four-hit night powers Sox past Tigers
Thanks to a relentless offense that leads the Majors in runs scored, Jon Lester's latest subpar performance felt more like a concern than a crisis for the Red Sox in Friday night's 10-6 victory over the Tigers at Comerica Park.
6/21/2013 | Making first start, Almonte sparks Yankees
Making his first Major League start, left fielder Zoilo Almonte put on a show for the 41,123 in attendance at Yankee Stadium, going 3-for-4 at the plate and launching his first career home run to help lead the Yankees to a 6-2 victory over the Rays on Friday night.
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