7/12/2013 | Dodgers lose win streak, Puig in shutout to Rockies
The Dodgers managed just three hits against Rockies starter Juan Nicasio, spoiling another quality start from Clayton Kershaw in a 3-0 loss that ended the Dodgers' five-game win streak.
7/12/2013 | Nicasio throws strikes to win return from Triple-A
Rockies starter Juan Nicasio, determined to throw strikes and get deep into the game in his first start back from Triple-A, did everything that could be asked of him and more, leading Colorado to a 3-0 win against the Dodgers before 50,796 Friday night in Chavez Ravine.
7/12/2013 | Lackey, Pedroia help Sox grind out win vs. A's
You wouldn't know it from a glance at the box score or even necessarily by watching the game, but the Red Sox's 4-2 win over the A's on Friday night was a challenge for starter John Lackey.
7/12/2013 | Home-plate umpire exits after getting hit in mask
Home-plate umpire CB Bucknor exited in the second inning of the Red Sox-A's matchup after taking a pitch to his face mask on Friday evening.
7/12/2013 | Mercer's walk-off single in 11th delivers win for Bucs
Jordy Mercer's walk-off single with two outs in the 11th inning gave the Pirates a 3-2 victory over the Mets on Friday night at PNC Park. Pedro Alvarez belted a two-run homer and Charlie Morton pitched seven solid innings.
7/12/2013 | Red Sox beef up bullpen by acquiring Thornton
The Red Sox acquired left-handed reliever Matt Thornton from the White Sox in exchange for Minor League outfielder Brandon Jacobs on Friday night.
7/12/2013 | Injured pitchers getting closer
The Angels have been as banged up as any team on the pitching front, but manager Mike Scioscia reported progress with Tommy Hanson, Jason Vargas and Sean Burnett on Friday.
7/12/2013 | Cahill upbeat after throwing bullpen session
D-backs right-hander Trevor Cahill threw 20 pitches during a bullpen session Thursday and said it went well.
7/12/2013 | Career-worst first sets tone as Stras, Nats fall
Right-hander Stephen Strasburg had arguably the worst game of his career as the Marlins pounded the Nationals, 8-3, at Marlins Park on Friday night.
7/12/2013 | Eovaldi settles, joins fun as Marlins drub Strasburg
Giancarlo Stanton homered for the first time since June 29, and Miami chased Stephen Strasburg after only two innings in an 8-3 win against Washington in front of 16,861 at Marlins Park.
7/12/2013 | Francoeur, Casilla may join Giants on Saturday
Outfielder Jeff Francoeur and reliever Santiago Casilla likely could join the Giants on Saturday, manager Bruce Bochy said.
7/12/2013 | Instead of rehab start, 'pen session for Buchholz
The Minor League rehab outing Clay Buchholz was expected to make Sunday will now be a bullpen session.
7/12/2013 | Franklin sits again with sore right knee
Nick Franklin was out of the Mariners lineup for the second consecutive night on Friday, nursing a sore right knee. Manager Eric Wedge said that the situation wasn't serious, and that the rookie second baseman should return before the All-Star break.
7/12/2013 | Ibanez nominated for Branch Rickey Award
Mariners outfielder Raul Ibanez has been nominated for the Branch Rickey Award, which recognizes contributions to the community or status as a role model by a Major League Baseball player, manager, coach or executive.
7/12/2013 | Teams take in All-Star sights as Jr. RBI Classic begins
Major League Baseball kicked off the fifth annual Jr. RBI Classic on Friday night at Hinton Park, a newly refurbished field that rests a stone's throw from Citi Field.
7/12/2013 | Estrada improving, will throw bullpen session
Free from pain and discomfort on Friday -- a day after his back tightened up -- Brewers right-hander Marco Estrada is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Saturday at Chase Field.
7/12/2013 | Tulo's hitless return small price for All-Star shortstop
Two of the best shortstops in baseball returned to action Thursday night, with decidedly different results. For the Rockies' Troy Tulowitzki, it was an 0-for-4 night with three strikeouts, but more importantly, he finished the game feeling fine.
7/12/2013 | Padres bolster lineup with Alonso's return
It was a busy day of roster shuffling for the Padres on Friday, as three players went on the 25-man roster with three more on their way off it. One of the most notable moves involved the reinstatement of first baseman Yonder Alonso from the 15-day disabled list after he missed 34 games with a broken bone in his right hand.
7/12/2013 | Fall League Hall of Fame adds three
Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia, former Angels first baseman-outfielder Darin Erstad and A's manager Bob Melvin comprise the Arizona Fall League Hall of Fame Class of 2013.
7/12/2013 | Right forearm soreness ends Grimm's tough night
Justin Grimm had a bad night in Friday's 7-2 loss to the Tigers in more ways than one. After allowing seven runs in 3 1/3 innings, the right-hander exited with right forearm soreness.
7/12/2013 | Melvin confident in using Gray in any situation
Manager Bob Melvin was admittedly a bit careful in picking just the right spot for Sonny Gray to make his Major League debut.
7/12/2013 | Uptons leave game with injuries; Constanza called up
One night after Jason Heyward left with a strained right hamstring, the Braves lost the rest of their Opening Day outfield to a pair of muscle strains that have pushed the Braves' depth to its outer limits. Jose Constanza was recalled from Triple-A.
7/12/2013 | Cosart delivers dazzling debut as Astros take opener
Jarred Cosart kept the Rays off balance all night with his curveball as he recorded the majority of his outs on ground balls and kept the Rays hitless through 6 1/3 innings, leading the Astros to the 2-1 win in the series opener at Tropicana Field.
7/12/2013 | Puig tries to play through hip pain, but exits after four
Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig tried to play through a sore left hip Friday against the Rockies, but was removed after four innings. Puig did enough before the game to convince management that he could play, but jogged to first base with a noticeable limp after grounding out in each of his two at-bats.
7/12/2013 | Wright pleased to add Alvarez to Derby team
David Wright picked Carlos Gonzalez, Bryce Harper and Michael Cuddyer for the Chevrolet Home Run Derby originally, leaving fans from Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, among others, unhappy. But Gonzalez pulled out because of a finger injury, so Wright appeased the Steel City faithful by replacing him with Pirates third baseman Pedro Alvarez.
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