6/10/2012 | Rockies' Pomeranz, Chatwood struggling
Not only are the Rockies' starting pitchers struggling, but two key young arms are going through their growing pains in Triple-A Colorado Springs as well.
6/10/2012 | Pettitte's hand OK after barehanded grab
Andy Pettitte's throwing hand was wrapped in a bandage following Sunday's game, but X-rays taken during the game were negative.
6/10/2012 | Team effort: Rangers pitch in to take series
Four relievers combined on a three-hitter and the Rangers received a balanced offensive output on the way to a 5-0 win over the Giants on Sunday at AT&T Park.
6/10/2012 | Red Sox set U.S. sports record for sellouts
The Red Sox set a record for the longest regular-season sellout streak in major U.S. sports with the 745th consecutive sellout of Fenway Park on Sunday, a 4-3 loss to the Nationals.
6/10/2012 | D-backs sweep A's to return to .500
Joe Saunders was solid Aaron Hill and Jason Kubel each knocked in two as the D-backs defeated the A's, 4-3, on Sunday to reach .500 for the first time since May 5.
6/10/2012 | Ethier's slam propels Billingsley, LA to victory
Andre Ethier hit his fourth career grand slam and Chad Billingsley allowed just two hits in seven innings in the Dodgers' 8-2 win over the Mariners on Sunday.
6/10/2012 | Trumbo, Hunter power Halos to sweep
The Angels again put double-digit runs on the board, beating the Rockies, 10-8, to capture their second road sweep in a row and win their 14th game in 18 tries.
6/10/2012 | Reds' Bray, Rolen make progress in rehabs
Reds reliever Bill Bray and third baseman Scott Rolen make progress toward return from disabled list.
6/10/2012 | Sore Fister not starting for Tigers on Wednesday
After some hope from the Tigers, Doug Fister will not be able to return when he's eligible to be activated from the 15-day disabled list on Wednesday.
6/10/2012 | Tulo pushing to return to Rockies on Friday
Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki took batting practice at Coors Field on Sunday, and is pushing to begin a Minor League rehab assignment on Wednesday and return to the club in Detroit on Friday -- the first day he is eligible to come off of the 15-day disabled list.
6/10/2012 | Phone fails, Maddon adjusts
The Marlins were getting to James Shields in the seventh inning of Sunday's 4-2 Rays win when Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon decided to make a call to the bullpen. Just one problem. When Maddon asked pitching coach Jim Hickey to make the call, Hickey could not reach the bullpen because the phone was dead.
6/10/2012 | Justice: Yanks bring drama, emotion in sweep
For one Sunday afternoon in June, the Yankees delivered great theater, complete with a gritty comeback and an emotional ending.
6/10/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Sun., June 10
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out.
6/10/2012 | Nova, Delgado to meet in matchup of hurlers on rise
New York's Ivan Nova and Atlanta's Randall Delgado will be on the hill when the Yankees and Braves open their Interleague series Monday at Turner Field.
6/10/2012 | Nationals look to keep rolling along in Toronto
The Nationals sit atop the NL East, but will face a difficult task on Monday, when they begin a three-game Interleague series against the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. Washington's Edwin Jackson opposes Toronto's Brandon Morrow in the opener.
6/10/2012 | Angels, Dodgers set to kick off Freeway Series
The Yankees and Mets have the Subway Series, the Cubs and White Sox have the Red Line series, and the Angels and Dodgers have the Freeway Series, which kicks off on Monday at Dodger Stadium.
6/10/2012 | JJ, Marlins host former ace Beckett, Red Sox
The Marlins drafted Josh Beckett in 1999, and he won 41 games in five seasons, helping the club to the 2003 World Series title. Miami will oppose Beckett for the first time on Monday, when the Red Sox and Marlins open a three-game Interleague set.
6/10/2012 | Rangers return home looking to regain edge
After wrapping up a 10-game road trip on Sunday, the Rangers return home to the Ballpark in Arlington, where they will play 16 of their next 19 games, starting Tuesday with a three-game series against the D-backs.
6/10/2012 | Wainwright looks for consistency vs. White Sox
Adam Wainwright has had mixed success this season, and he hopes to help the Cardinals string together a pair of wins with a strong showing on Tuesday vs. the White Sox. Chicago will send out left-hander Jose Quintana in place of an injured John Danks.
6/10/2012 | Felix to return from layoff against Padres
Felix Hernandez will make his first start since June 1 after resting a sore back when southpaw Clayton Richard and the Padres come to Seattle on Tuesday for a three-game Interleague series.
6/10/2012 | Ailing Astros headed west for clash with Giants
The Astros will be limping, hacking and coughing their way into San Francisco on Tuesday to begin a three-game series against the Giants.
6/10/2012 | Hot offense meets cold as Twins welcome Phillies
They hit a speed bump in their last game against the Cubs on Sunday, but the Twins start a three-game Interleague series on Tuesday against the Phillies at Target Field with an offense that is one of the hottest in the Majors.
6/10/2012 | Young's comeback for Mets continues vs. Rays
On Tuesday, Mets right-hander Chris Young will make his second start since returning from shoulder surgery, while the Rays will counter with righty Alex Cobb.
6/10/2012 | A's, Rockies both look to get back on track
When the A's and Rockies meet at Coors Field on Tuesday, they will both be looking to get back on track after being swept over the weekend.
6/10/2012 | Royals bracing as Greinke returns to Kansas City
Brewers ace Zack Greinke hasn't been nearly as good on the road, a fact that gives the Royals reason for optimism when they face their former teammate on Tuesday at Kauffman Stadium in the opener of a three-game Interleague series.
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