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6/13/2013 | Bochy, Leyland name All-Star coaching staffs
Nationals manager Davey Johnson and Mets skipper Terry Collins will serve as Bruce Bochy's National League coaches, and Jim Leyland has invited White Sox manager Robin Ventura and Blue Jays manager John Gibbons to represent the American League in the 84th All-Star Game at Citi Field on July 16.

6/13/2013 | Omaha stage resonates with current big leaguers
The 67th College World Series begins Saturday. It's an event with a storied history, and much of that recent history features current Major Leaguers who shined on college baseball's biggest stage.

6/13/2013 | Social media brings accountability to players
The days of players blaming reporters for misquoting them are long gone when big leaguers choose to sound off by typing their own opinions on social media platforms.

6/13/2013 | Closer look: End of games aren't what they used to be
Would teams be better off -- would their chance to win increase -- if baseball turned back the clock and started utilizing closers the way Rich Gossage, Rollie Fingers, Bruce Sutter and Mike Marshall were used? Some of the numbers put up in that era now seem hard to believe.

6/13/2013 | Gift that keeps giving: Duquettes blessed by recovery
It has been one year since Jim Duquette, the former Mets general manager and current analyst for MLB.com and MLB Network Radio, donated the kidney that saved his daughter's life. And with Father's Day approaching and the daddy-daughter bond stronger than ever, Jim is pleased to report that Lindsey is doing exceptionally well.

6/13/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: June 13
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.

6/13/2013 | Facing A's, Saunders tries to improve on road
Friday marks the beginning of a three-game set between the Mariners and the Athletics in Oakland, with Seattle's Joe Saunders opposing Oakland's Tommy Milone in the opener.

6/13/2013 | A's looking to sweep Yankees behind Parker
Hiroki Kuroda will look to for his first win in five starts on Thursday, and he'll do so against a red-hot right-hander Jarrod Parker and and an A's squad looking to sweep the Yankees at O.co Coliseum.

6/13/2013 | Astros return home behind Bedard against White Sox
The Astros return to Minute Maid Park after a tough road trip, hosting the White Sox on Friday. Erik Bedard starts for Houston, opposing Chicago's Chris Sale.

6/13/2013 | Fife looking to keep steady hand in LA's rotation
Stephen Fife has made the most of his opportunity in the Dodgers' rotation, and he will take the mound Friday night opposing Jeff Locke in the series opener at PNC Park in Pittsburgh.

6/13/2013 | D-backs prevail with wild 12th inning in LA
A night after an ugly fracas in Los Angeles, the D-backs and Dodgers battled for 12 innings before Arizona managed to win, 8-6, and claim the heated three-game series.

6/13/2013 | Astros end losing streak behind big ninth-inning rally
The Astros exploded for six runs in the ninth for a 6-1 win in the series finale against the Mariners in Seattle, avoiding the sweep and ending a six-game losing streak.

6/12/2013 | Plunkings add extra heat to D-backs-Dodgers rivalry
A day after Tuesday night's benches-clearing incident at Dodger Stadium, neither Los Angeles skipper Don Mattingly nor Arizona manager Kirk Gibson seemed prepared to offer or accept a binding truce.

6/12/2013 | Clete's career night caps Twins' comeback win
Mike Pelfrey tossed a season-high seven innings and the Twins rallied for two runs in the eighth to down the Phillies with a 4-3 win on Wednesday night at Target Field.

6/12/2013 | Mo surprises A's employee with pregame pizza
Mariano Rivera's "Mo-ment of Thanks" tour continued Wednesday in Oakland when the retiring Yankees closer surprised long-time Athletics employee Julie Vasconcellos with a pizza at her office at the Coliseum.

6/12/2013 | Spot on: Aceves' strong outing powers Red Sox
Recalled from Triple-A specifically for this one spot start, Alfredo Aceves led the Sox to a 2-1 victory over the Rays at Tropicana Field by firing six strong innings in the rubber match of a three-game series.

6/12/2013 | Porter: Astros can benefit from rough stretch
Astros manager Bo Porter said that if his team can take responsibility for their performance during their recent struggles, they'll emerge better for it -- both as a team and as individual players.

6/12/2013 | Miller learns valuable lesson in loss to Mets
Shelby Miller has been able to blow his fastball past hitters for pretty much his entire life. Whether he is ahead or behind in the count, facing lefty or righty, his entire history tells him that the one thing he should never do is walk a hitter. This is entirely, eminently, reasonable. Up until the point at which it ceases to be.

6/12/2013 | Kennedy unsure what to expect following brawl
D-backs right-hander Ian Kennedy, who was a Dodgers fan growing up, is well aware that Los Angeles is no fan of his after he plunked Yasiel Puig and Zack Greinke with pitches Tuesday night.

6/12/2013 | Make-A-Wish, Mariners team up for special visit
Sophia Robinson is dealing with a heart disease, and she and her parents and sister spent several hours with the Mariners on the field and in the clubhouse on Monday.

6/12/2013 | Lannan feels big league ready after rehab start
John Lannan said he has been looking for progress every day during the rehab process for his left knee. He thought he saw some improvement Wednesday night.

6/12/2013 | Rededicated Oswalt a good match for Rockies
At the age of 35, and financially set for life, Roy Oswalt still has the competitive drive that won't allow him to just walk away from the game. Pitching for the Rockies' Double-A Tulsa affiliate, Oswalt is setting the stage for his return to the big leagues next week as a member of the Rockies' rotation.

6/12/2013 | Video review gives Walker homer vs. Giants
Pirates second baseman Neil Walker was awarded a home run after video review in the seventh inning of Wednesday's game against the Giants.

6/12/2013 | Hanley expected to rejoin lineup on road trip
Shortstop Hanley Ramirez was held out of the Dodgers' lineup for a seventh straight game on Wednesday because of a troublesome left hamstring.

6/12/2013 | Top of the order sets tone for Pirates in victory
The top third of the Pirates' lineup was top-notch Wednesday night, as Starling Marte, Jordy Mercer and Andrew McCutchen sparked a 12-8 victory over San Francisco at PNC Park.


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