7/10/2013 | Adjustments to the Draft have been for the better
The earlier signing deadline for Draft choices has helped the players, teams and college baseball coaches, all without forcing down the amount of money spent on signing bonuses.
7/10/2013 | At Bat going strong on fifth anniversary
It's been five years since the At Bat revolution. MLB.com's ground-breaking portal into the world of baseball debuted on July 10, 2008, and was quickly met with a groundswell of support that has allowed it to become one of the top 10 grossing iPhone applications.
7/10/2013 | Turner's stellar start delivers win in finale
Jacob Turner pitched seven strong innings to help Miami snap its five-game losing streak and avoid a series sweep by defeating Atlanta, 6-2, on Wednesday afternoon at Marlins Park.
7/10/2013 | Phenom speaks: Puig grateful for fan support
Yasiel Puig has taken the baseball world by storm over the past month, and in an exclusive interview with MLB.com, Puig discusses his aggressive play, media shyness and Final Vote candidacy.
7/10/2013 | 'Tribute for Heroes' winners set for All-Star festivities
Major League Baseball and PEOPLE magazine announced the 30 winners of the "Tribute for Heroes" campaign, which recognizes veterans and military service members and builds on both organizations' commitment to honoring our country's heroes.
7/10/2013 | A-Rod drives in first run in sixth rehab game
Alex Rodriguez went 1-for-3 and collected his first RBI since October as the designated hitter for Class A Advanced Tampa on Wednesday at George M. Steinbrenner Field.
7/10/2013 | Harvey scratched from Saturday start vs. Pirates
The Mets will skip right-hander Matt Harvey's scheduled start Saturday at Pittsburgh and will limit his innings throughout the rest of the season, manager Terry Collins said Wednesday.
7/10/2013 | Robertson breaking out of shell for Final Vote
Robertson stopped by the MLB Fan Cave Wednesday morning to film a promotional video for his Final Vote campaign. As of a Wednesday morning update, Robertson remains in second place behind Blue Jays relief pitcher Steve Delabar.
7/10/2013 | Teacher turned All-Star? Delabar hopes so
Less than three years after serving as a substitute teacher and baseball coach, Steve Delabar has worked his way to the verge of an All-Star Game nod.
7/10/2013 | Towers thankfully no longer at loss for words
D-backs general manager Kevin Towers initially realized something was wrong during the First Year-Player Draft. Actually, those around him were the first to know. He had lost the ability to speak.
7/10/2013 | Puig and Uehara form Final Vote alliance
Looking to make up late ground on the competition, Dodgers rookie Yasiel Puig and Red Sox reliever Koji Uehara have teamed up for a Final Vote alliance.
7/10/2013 | Leake's strong start lifts Reds to win over Crew
Did the Reds solve their clutch hitting conundrum? Not exactly. But they found enough ways to score to support a strong effort from Mike Leake in a 6-2 win over the Brewers on Wednesday at Miller Park.
7/10/2013 | Great years mean scrutiny for Davis, Bautista
Chris Davis and Jose Bautista are great baseball stories that, in another era, would have been used to teach us about perseverance and belief in your abilities. But we don't live in that era. We live in the performance-enhancing drug era, where these great stories open their subjects up to undue scrutiny, supposition and speculation.
7/10/2013 | MLB Notebook: Rios has winning equation
With five singles, a triple and two steals Tuesday, Alex Rios became the second player in big league history to have six hits and multiple stolen bases in a nine-inning game.
7/10/2013 | There was only one Brooks Robinson at third
OK, enough. There was Brooks Robinson, and there was nobody else. Still, out of nowhere, folks are getting amnesia regarding the greatest third baseman ever when it comes to fielding, throwing and breathing.
7/10/2013 | Starters to stay: Unheralded hurlers bring big results
Look down the 25-man lists for each Major League club and you'll see starters who are making huge differences this season when no one thought they'd make a difference at all.
7/10/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: July 10
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
7/10/2013 | Wheeler excited to face original club in Giants
On Wednesday afternoon -- nearly two years after Zack Wheeler was traded to the Mets in the Deadline deal that sent Carlos Beltran to San Francisco -- the 23-year-old right-hander gets the ball against the Giants, looking to complete a sweep.
7/10/2013 | With four-hit night, Papi ties all-time DH record
On a night where David Ortiz hit two doubles and a home run, a lone single in the eighth inning seemed fairly innocuous. But with his son D'Angelo watching from the stands, that single gave Ortiz 1,688 career hits, tying Harold Baines for the most by a designated hitter.
7/10/2013 | Farrell: Aceves wasn't removed because of injury
Before Tuesday night's 11-8 win over the Mariners, manager John Farrell mentioned that the Red Sox would count on Alfredo Aceves to get them through long-relief situations, saying that with him and callup Brandon Workman, the organization was "one pitcher short from a traditional 12, but we feel like we've got plenty to get through."
7/10/2013 | Trade market wide open with Dodgers far from done
Here's a warning to their rivals in the National League West: The Dodgers are not done dealing with the non-waiver Trade Deadline only 22 days away and the waiver trade deadline looming on Sept. 1.
7/10/2013 | Appel joins former No. 1 pick Correa in Class A
Mark Appel was promoted to Class A Quad Cities on Tuesday and will join the team Wednesday before a six-game homestand, joining last year's No. 1 overall pick, Carlos Correa.
7/10/2013 | Byrd launches slam as Mets top Giants
Right fielder Marlon Byrd blasted the seventh grand slam of his career, and backup catcher Anthony Recker hit a two-run shot, powering the New York Mets to a 10-6 victory Tuesday night over the San Francisco Giants.
7/10/2013 | Rios ties club, AL records with six hits
White Sox outfielder Alex Rios matched both a franchise and American League single-game record with his 6-for-6 peformance at the plate during Tuesday night's 11-4 victory over the Tigers. Rios collected five singles and a triple.
7/10/2013 | Dodgers send Ryu after sweep in Arizona
The Dodgers will send rookie left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu after a series sweep on Wednesday night, while Tyler Skaggs will take the hill looking to add to the D-backs' 2 1/2-game lead in the National League West.
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