6/10/2013 | Shields won't face former team when Royals visit
James Shields will be returning to Tropicana Field this weekend for the first time since being traded to the Royals, but he won't be pitching in the four-game series that begins Thursday.
6/10/2013 | Lobaton starting to heat up offensively
Jose Lobaton is now playing like the Rays thought he could when they selected him off waivers from the Padres on July 30, 2009.
6/10/2013 | Aiming for fences not part of Fuld's game
Sam Fuld connected for a two-run homer in the eighth inning of Sunday's 10-7 loss to the Orioles, giving the outfielder his first home run since May 27, 2011.
6/10/2013 | Crain's stellar season has him in All-Star mix
Entering Monday's series opener against the Blue Jays, Jesse Crain had made a career-high 25 consecutive scoreless appearances covering 24 innings pitched, and he has those around him talking about a possible All-Star nod.
6/10/2013 | Konerko, Dunn making strides in middle of order
While Paul Konerko and Adam Dunn aren't quite hitting full stride, manager Robin Ventura sees moves in the right direction from his accomplished middle-of-the-order sluggers.
6/10/2013 | Viciedo back in lineup amid funk
Dayan Viciedo has redefined the term "streak hitter." In his last 12 games entering Monday, the White Sox left fielder has three hits in 42 at-bats. In his 20 previous games, Viciedo was hitting .368 (25-for-68).
6/10/2013 | McDonald dealt to Indians for player to be named
Veteran infielder John McDonald was not long for the Pirates, who were expected to activate him from the disabled list on Tuesday and release him to give his spot on the 40-man roster to Gerrit Cole.
6/10/2013 | Sveum allowing Castro to play through struggles
On Saturday, Dale Sveum said he was considering giving struggling shortstop Starlin Castro a day off, but the Cubs manager has yet to do so.
6/10/2013 | Cubs taking patient approach with top prospects
Despite struggles at the big league level, the Cubs have no intention of rushing their top prospects to the Majors.
6/10/2013 | Buchholz feeling better, but next start in doubt
Clay Buchholz felt improvement in his neck on Monday, two days after he had to leave his last start early, but the righty is still unsure if he will be able to take the ball Friday night against the Orioles for his next scheduled start.
6/10/2013 | Rangers turn attention to Trade Deadline needs
A right-handed bat, bullpen help and possibly a starting pitcher are expected to be on the Rangers' shopping list as they turn their attention from the First-Year Player Draft to the July 31 Trade Deadline.
6/10/2013 | Kinsler, Moreland making progress toward return
Second baseman Ian Kinsler and first baseman Mitch Moreland both expressed optimism on Monday that their time on the disabled list could be drawing to a conclusion.
6/10/2013 | Andrus struggling since move to leadoff spot
Getting Ian Kinsler back in the leadoff spot could be a boost for shortstop Elvis Andrus. He has struggled at the plate since being forced into the leadoff spot.
6/10/2013 | Napoli gets rest as Sox start seven-game trip
For just the third time this season, Mike Napoli was not in Boston's starting lineup. Napoli is healthy, and manager John Farrell simply wanted to give the first baseman a rest.
6/10/2013 | Still rehabbing, Roberts happy to be around O's
Brian Roberts was in the Orioles' clubhouse before Monday's game against the Angels. The second baseman, working his way back from hamstring surgery, traveled north with the team from Florida from his rehabbing post in Sarasota.
6/10/2013 | Hunter credits bullpen coach for finding success
Tommy Hunter has been steady out of the Orioles' bullpen this season, thanks in part to his mid-90s fastball. Since he gave up two earned runs in an inning against the Red Sox in his third appearance of the season, Hunter has been rolling.
6/10/2013 | Braun trying to avoid DL, likely out for Marlins series
Ryan Braun has been dealing with pain in his right hand for about a month. He will likely rest through the Marlins series and hopes the injury won't land him on the disabled list.
6/10/2013 | Narveson's rehab progressing; Burgos scratched
The Brewers have several players working back from injury, and some are closer to a return than others. Chris Narveson pitched well in his third rehab start on Sunday.
6/10/2013 | Brewers sign third-round Draft pick Astin
According to Baseball America's Jim Callis, the Brewers have agreed to terms with third-round Draft pick Barrett Astin.
6/10/2013 | A View From Studio 3: Cole era begins for Bucs
On Tuesday, exactly two years after being selected first overall in the First-Year Player Draft, Gerrit Cole will get his first sniff of a Major League game.
6/10/2013 | Reds sign first-rounder Ervin for slot value
The Reds wasted little time in signing first-round Draft pick Phillip Ervin.
6/10/2013 | Reds and Cubs put Cueto-Garza incident in past
Both the Cubs and Reds would like to put any bad blood to rest as they start a four-game series this week at Wrigley Field.
6/10/2013 | Berkman delivers key blow as Rangers take opener
Lance Berkman hit a two-run home run with two outs in the seventh inning to help lift the Rangers to a 6-3 victory over the Indians on Monday night at the Ballpark.
6/10/2013 | Garza faces Reds for first time since Cueto incident
For the first time since calling Reds pitcher Johnny Cueto immature for throwing inside on David DeJesus, Cubs right-hander Matt Garza will face Cincinnati. Tony Cingrani will oppose Garza for the Reds with Cueto on the disabled list.
6/10/2013 | Diamond Dreams will feature silent auction
A silent auction commemorating "Baseball's Greatest Moments" will be a feature of the annual Diamond Dreams charity event at 7 p.m. CT on Thursday, June 20, on the field at Kauffman Stadium.
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