6/11/2012 | Dodgers, Nats power ahead in Rankings
The two best teams in the National League, the Dodgers and Nationals, have assumed the top two spots in the latest MLB.com Power Rankings.
6/11/2012 | Rangers dominate, Konerko moves up in voting
In American League balloting update No. 2, released on Monday, Texas again has five players in line to start in the All-Star Game. Josh Hamilton remains the AL's top vote-getter. There were no lead changes, but Paul Konerko's incredible season for the White Sox has moved him into the No. 2 spot in the race at first base.
6/11/2012 | MLB names independent program administrator
Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association have appointed Dr. Jeffrey M. Anderson as the new independent administrator of the Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.
6/11/2012 | Trout, Torii named AL Co-Players of the Week
The Angels are surging, having won 14 of their past 18 games. Fresh off of a sweep of the Rockies, outfielders Mike Trout and Torii Hunter earned the distinction of American League Co-Players of the Week
6/11/2012 | Farnsworth ticketed for rehab assignment
Kyle Farnsworth will begin his rehab assignment Monday night, when the Stone Crabs play the St. Lucie Mets in Port Charlotte, Fla.
6/11/2012 | Rangers' Ogando has MRI, status unknown
Rangers pitcher Alexi Ogando had an MRI on his strained right groin Monday, but a decision on whether or not to place him on the disabled list will not be made until as early as Tuesday.
6/11/2012 | Simple changes doing wonders for Zito
The one-game-at-a-time mantra of athletes sounds better when Barry Zito does the chanting.
6/11/2012 | D-backs to be tested on AL West road trip
The D-backs are on a roll after winning five straight games to finish their recent homestand with a 5-1 mark.
6/11/2012 | Bucs' bullpen keeps jamming offenses
At 6-foot-7, few ballplayers look more focused and intense on the diamond than Pirates reliever Jared Hughes. But he, along with the rest of the Bucs' bullpen, maintain a loose and fun atmosphere that has contributed to the success of the ballclub.
6/11/2012 | Padres have different mindset when drafting
Few pitchers come more projectable than the left arm belonging to the Padres' final pick of the Draft -- their 40th-round selection -- Terrance Owens of the University of Toledo.
6/11/2012 | Boesch searches for consistency at plate
Brennan Boesch is ready to move past his slow start to the season. The former rookie sensation has had a lot of problems with the mechanics of his swing, but claims to be ready to finally stop over analyzing his own performance and start helping the Tigers win games.
6/11/2012 | MLB holding player showcase in Puerto Rico
Including top pick Carlos Correa, 24 players from the Puerto Rico were selected. Major League Baseball believes there is still more talent to be discovered on the island and has organized a two-day showcase that starts Tuesday at Roberto Clemente Walker Stadium in Carolina, Puerto Rico.
6/11/2012 | D-backs' Kubel, Cubs' Dempster take honors
The week ending June 10 saw a pair of National Leaguers named as co-Players of the Week, D-backs outfielder Jason Kubel and Cubs starter Ryan Dempster.
6/11/2012 | Morrow strains oblique, will undergo tests
Brandon Morrow's breakthrough season took an unfortunate detour on Monday night when he was forced to leave his start against Washington after just nine pitches with a strained left oblique muscle.
6/11/2012 | Padres come to terms with 23 Draft picks
The Padres have signed 23 of their 44 selections from last week's First-Year Player Draft, including four players chosen in the first 10 rounds.
6/11/2012 | Guillen wants Big Z to cut down on big hacks
Don't expect to see Carlos Zambrano hit many more home runs this season -- at least if Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen has anything to do with it.
6/11/2012 | Meggie: Verlander strives to improve every day
What's it like to face Justin Verlander? His opponents will say it's as challenging as facing any pitcher in the Majors. But what does Verlander say?
6/11/2012 | Gammons: New era for Nationals
The Nats, not long ago the wards of MLB, are in first place, and they are baseball's newest attraction. Not to mention, Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg are the two most hyped young players of their era.
6/11/2012 | Baseball won't be the same without Fusselle
Warner Fusselle, the voice of the Brooklyn Cyclones, a former host of "This Week in Baseball" and owner of one of the game's most distinct voices, passed away on Sunday at the age of 68.
6/11/2012 | Bruised hand won't knock Pettitte off schedule
Yankees veteran lefty Andy Pettitte had a bruise on his left hand to show for grabbing a ground ball in Sunday's 5-4 win over the Mets at Yankee Stadium, but any swelling had subsided and he said on Monday that he's a go for his next start, on Saturday against the Nationals in Washington, D.C.
6/11/2012 | Braves plan precautionary rest for Beachy
Brandon Beachy does not seem too concerned about the slight discomfort he recently felt near his right elbow, but the Braves are going to take advantage of a chance to give him a couple of extra days to rest before his next outing.
6/11/2012 | Storen feels good after second mound session
Drew Storen threw off a mound Monday for the second time since undergoing surgery to remove bone chips from his right elbow, and there were no reported setbacks.
6/11/2012 | Former MVP Allen recalls time on South Side
For the first time in 38 years, former White Sox first baseman Dick Allen returned to Chicago alongside members of the Chicago Baseball Museum to talk about his former 1972 team, which helped keep baseball on the South Side.
6/11/2012 | Field for 2012 College World Series is set
Less than a week after shocking the college baseball world with an upset of No. 1 LSU, Stony Brook will open the 66th College World Series at the TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha on Friday.
6/11/2012 | U.S. Navy grad Azor easy choice for Blue Jays
Chuck LaMar, a special assistant in the Blue Jays' amateur scouting department and the former general manager of the Tampa Bay Rays, said it was "an honor" for Toronto to select center fielder Alex Azor in the 10th round last week.
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