7/19/2013 | Shoulder tendinitis delays Marshall's rehab
Reds left-handed reliever Sean Marshall, who has been on the disabled list since May 24 with a sprained left shoulder, has had a setback in his throwing program.
7/19/2013 | Ludwick hopes to begin rehab assignment next week
Ryan Ludwick is poised to turn a big corner in his comeback effort and could begin a rehab assignment early next week.
7/19/2013 | Broxton set for 'pen session; Hanigan swinging bat
Reds right-handed reliever Jonathan Broxton, who has been on the disabled list since June 15 because of a strain in his elbow, is slated to throw in his first side bullpen session on Saturday. Catcher Ryan Hanigan, on the DL since July 11 with a left wrist sprain, started swinging a bat on Friday.
7/19/2013 | Bailey could miss rest of season with ailing shoulder
The Red Sox emerged from the All-Star break with some worrisome news. Righty Andrew Bailey might be done for the season. The reliever felt some discomfort in his shoulder following his appearance on July 12 and was examined on Monday. A follow-up Tuesday confirmed what Bailey and the Red Sox feared.
7/19/2013 | Reimold set for second straight season-ending surgery
Orioles left fielder Nolan Reimold will have season-ending surgery for the second consecutive year, as the 29-year-old is slated to undergo corrective surgery Tuesday at the Florida Spine Institute to fix a spinal fusion procedure performed last June.
7/19/2013 | Slugger Galarraga reflects on career at Roxivus
Fifteen years after leaving the Colorado Rockies, and almost a full decade since ending his illustrious Major League career, Andres Galarraga is enjoying the perks of retirement.
7/19/2013 | McCann's clutch homer propels Braves to victory
Facing White Sox left-hander John Danks in the sixth inning of a tie game on Friday night, Brian McCann launched a 3-2 pitch over the right-field wall for a three-run homer that led to the Braves' 6-4 victory in front of 25,613 at U.S. Cellular Field. Tim Hudson gave up four runs over 7 1/3 innings and improved to 3-0 in July.
7/19/2013 | Amid trade rumors, Peavy returns from rib injury
The swirling trade rumors can be dealt with another day. For White Sox starter Jake Peavy, Saturday afternoon might as well be Opening Day all over again. Back from a fractured left rib, Peavy will take the mound for the first time since June 4 as the White Sox oppose Paul Maholm and the Braves at U.S. Cellular Field.
7/19/2013 | Cano has no issues after All-Star Game plunking
There was obvious concern when Robinson Cano had to leave the All-Star Game in the top of the first inning, but the Yankees' second baseman said that he was not worried about having to miss any playing time.
7/19/2013 | Cashman expects A-Rod to join Yanks on Monday
The Yankees are preparing to have Alex Rodriguez active and in their lineup on Monday against the Rangers in Arlington after the slugger's Minor League rehabilitation stint expires.
7/19/2013 | Red Sox said to be progressing in Pedroia talks
The Red Sox are making progress in their efforts to sign Dustin Pedroia to a contract extension, according to multiple reports on Friday.
7/19/2013 | Red Sox add Contreras, Lyon on Minors deals
At a time when their bullpen depth is being tested, the Red Sox added two veteran right-handers via Minor League deals on Friday, both of whom had ties -- either directly or indirectly -- to the organization a decade ago.
7/19/2013 | Buchholz may get second opinion on neck, back
After being looked at by the Red Sox's medical staff, right-hander Clay Buchholz resumed playing catch on Friday after a brief shutdown period over the All-Star break.
7/19/2013 | Sox reliever Miller out for rest of season
Lefty reliever Andrew Miller did wind up needing left foot surgery, as was the expectation, and won't throw another pitch in 2013.
7/19/2013 | Lackey, Kuroda set to square off at Fenway
The Yankees are seven games back in the AL East, and facing the division-leading Red Sox in Boston might not be the best place to gain ground in the pennant race.
7/19/2013 | Doubront, dingers lead Red Sox past Yanks
Felix Doubront isn't an ace -- at least not yet. However, he has been pitching like one for weeks. The lefty came up big again for the Red Sox on Friday night, fueling his team to a 4-2 victory over the Yankees in the opener of a three-game series.
7/19/2013 | Jeter placed on 15-day DL with right quad strain
Derek Jeter was placed on the 15-day DL on Friday, retroactive to July 12, due to a Grade 1 right quad strain.
7/19/2013 | Plenty of prospects could be moved by Deadline
Here's a look at what 16 contending teams might have to offer in terms of up-and-coming talent in exchange for big league talent before the July 31 non-waiver Trading Deadline.
7/19/2013 | Cubs a step closer to Wrigley renovations approval
The Chicago Plan Commission on Thursday approved the $500 million renovation project to and surrounding Wrigley Field, according to a published report.
7/19/2013 | More is less when it comes to Kazmir
Scott Kazmir was angry. The left-hander caught the fresh baseball tossed his way -- the last one he had was now bouncing down some stairs in the left field bleachers -- and headed back up the mound at Progressive Field.
7/19/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: July 19
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
7/19/2013 | New year, same debate: Cabrera's 'value' is tops again
Bauman: The lines of argument over the 2013 American League Most Valuable Player Award are already forming. They are looking altogether too much like last year's, and haven't we already defined "valuable" enough to know just how important Miguel Cabrera is to Detroit.
7/19/2013 | Reds' past and present have sparkled at second
No question, Brandon Phillips is spectacular defensively. But Joe Morgan also appeared to be otherworldly with the glove. So who's better at flashing the leather?
7/19/2013 | A-Rod goes deep in rehab game with Triple-A
One powerful swing of the bat showed that Alex Rodriguez is nearing a return to the Yankees. Rodriguez continued his rehab Thursday with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and hit a two-run homer in the third inning.
7/18/2013 | Ogando declares himself ready after third rehab start
Alexi Ogando thinks he's ready to return to the Rangers after his best rehab start Thursday with Triple-A Round Rock. The right-hander allowed two runs on three hits in seven innings. He threw just 80 pitches, 15 below his limit, 49 of which were strikes.
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