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6/16/2013 | Hosmer enjoys hospital visit with Rays' Cobb
The Royals' Eric Hosmer was relieved after his visit on Saturday night to see Rays pitcher Alex Cobb doing well at a local hospital. It was Hosmer's line drive that struck Cobb in the right ear in the fifth inning of Saturday's 5-3 Tampa Bay victory.

6/16/2013 | Alvarez's three-run shot makes winner of Cole
Pedro Alvarez launched a three-run homer off Zack Greinke to break a 2-2 tie in the fifth and give the Pirates a 6-3 win behind rookie starter Gerrit Cole, who won his second decision in as many starts on Sunday.

6/16/2013 | Fathers get 'Royal' treatment with road trip
Father's Day had an entirely new slant for 21 dads and two sons. They were part of the traveling entourage on the Royals' trip to Tampa and Cleveland.

6/16/2013 | Clutch Kluber steals show with scoreless start
Corey Kluber outdueled Stephen Strasburg, getting out of a few big jams and striking out eight over eight innings as the Indians claimed the series with a 2-0 victory on Sunday.

6/16/2013 | Royals help Davis triumph in return vs. Rays
Right-hander Wade Davis worked six solid innings to beat his former team, while Alcides Escobar aided a two-run sixth that propelled the Royals to a 5-3 victory over the Rays on Sunday and a series win at Tropicana Field.

6/16/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: June 16
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.

6/16/2013 | Family time remains important priority to Cecil
The sacrifices of life on the road have especially hit home this year for left-hander Brett Cecil as the Blue Jays close out their four-game series against the Rangers on Father's Day. His son, Bryton, is now three years old and has reached the age where he's very aware of just how often his dad has to be away.

6/16/2013 | DeNato's shutout gets Indiana past Louisville
Upstart Indiana made two early runs stand up, getting the first career shutout from Joey DeNato en route to a 2-0 win against Louisville in the second game of the College World Series on Saturday night. It was the first win for a Big Ten team in the CWS since 1983, when Michigan won twice.

6/15/2013 | Marquis keeps rolling as Padres reach .500
Yasmani Grandal and Kyle Blanks hit home runs, and Jason Marquis won his ninth game of the season as the Padres defeated the D-backs, 6-4, on Saturday before a crowd of 29,756 at Petco Park.

6/15/2013 | D-backs await suspensions and their effects
As Ian Kennedy and Eric Hinske wait for their suspensions appeal to be heard, D-backs manager Kirk Gibson is wondering what his team's roster will look like should they miss time.

6/15/2013 | Plouffe leads Twins past Tigers on his birthday
It turns out the Twins just needed Trevor Plouffe to kick-start their offense, as he homered, doubled and drove home three runs in his return to the lineup to help lead Minnesota to a 6-3 win over the Tigers on Saturday night at Target Field.

6/15/2013 | Quentin sits, leaving room for Ciriaco's debut
Left fielder Carlos Quentin was scratched from the starting lineup before Saturday's game against the D-backs, giving utilityman Pedro Ciriaco, in a roundabout way, his first start with his new team.

6/15/2013 | Teixeira heads to NY early to have wrist evaluated
Mark Teixeria was removed from Saturday's game against the Angels in the bottom of the fourth inning because of an aggravated right wrist. He will miss the rest of the series so he can fly back to New York early to be evaluated by team physician Christopher Ahmad on Sunday.

6/15/2013 | Mississippi St. holds off Oregon St. in CWS opener
Danny Hayes' bid for a three-run, walk-off home run came up just short as Mississippi State fended off Oregon State, 5-4, to win the opening game of the College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park on Saturday afternoon.

6/15/2013 | Hosmer, Royals share their concern for Cobb
Eric Hosmer was clearly shaken, but he immediately was headed to the hospital to visit Tampa Bay pitcher Alex Cobb. It was Hosmer's sizzling line drive that struck Cobb on the right side of the head in the fifth inning of the Royals' 5-3 loss to the Rays on Saturday.

6/15/2013 | Mo's farewell stop in Anaheim has special meaning
Mariano Rivera's farewell tour continued on Saturday, as the Yankees closer was recognized during a pregame ceremony at Angel Stadium and hosted a meet and greet with a few longtime Angels employees, stadium staffers and fans.

6/15/2013 | Mets recall righty Torres from Triple-A Las Vegas
Faced with the prospect of losing right-handed pitcher Carlos Torres to a contract technicality, the Mets on Saturday selected Torres' contract from Triple-A Las Vegas and optioned right-hander Greg Burke to the Minors. Torres will be in uniform for Sunday's series finale against the Cubs.

6/15/2013 | Defensive lapses continue to haunt White Sox
For a team as fundamentally sound as any in baseball during the 2012 season, the defensive miscues from the 2013 White Sox continue to be perplexing.

6/15/2013 | Twins give Thomas a chance at leadoff spot
Center fielder Clete Thomas made his first start of the season in the leadoff spot for the Twins on Saturday against the Tigers.

6/15/2013 | Beltran homers twice, Lynn wins ninth in slugfest
Lance Lynn (career-high seven runs) couldn't hold a big early lead, but Carlos Beltran (two solo home runs) and the Cards didn't stop hitting in a 13-7 win over the Marlins on Saturday.

6/15/2013 | Miggy on pace for one of highest All-Star vote totals
Miguel Cabrera continues to do remarkable things between the lines, and his performance is being reflected in the ballot box as the 2013 All-Star Game approaches.

6/15/2013 | Lackey bears down as Red Sox rally past Orioles
John Lackey rebounded from a shaky beginning to throw seven strong innings while Mike Carp and Jonny Gomes homered as the Red Sox ended a two-game losing streak against the Orioles with a 5-4 victory Saturday afternoon at Camden Yards.

6/15/2013 | B.J.'s two homers, Freeman's walk-off hit lift Braves
B.J. Upton went deep for his seventh and eighth home runs of the year, and the Braves put together a two-run, ninth-inning rally capped by Freddie Freeman's walk-off single with the bases loaded to draw even in their weekend series vs. the Giants with a 6-5 win Saturday afternoon at Turner Field.

6/15/2013 | Pair of RBI knocks in 11th lift Dodgers to win
Juan Uribe drove in Andre Ethier with an RBI single and Nick Punto followed with a run-scoring double in the 11th inning to spark the Dodgers to a 5-3 win at a sold-out PNC Park.

6/15/2013 | Leyland a big fan of Minnesota's Target Field
Less than 24 hours after a 4-0 victory Friday night at Target Field, Tigers manager Jim Leyland spoke highly of the American League Central's youngest venue.

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