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7/25/2013 | Royals keep rolling with series victory over O's
Right-hander Jeremy Guthrie fanned five in six solid innings for his second win over the O's this season, as the Royals rolled to a 7-1 victory on Thursday night to claim the series at Kauffman Stadium.

7/25/2013 | Depth of system perhaps Rangers' top asset
Rangers general manager Jon Daniels can probably acquire any of the top hitters on the trade market if opposing teams are interested in dealing. After all, he just landed the best starting pitcher available and still has plenty of depth.

7/25/2013 | Reds cruise to another victory over Giants
The Reds clinched Wednesday's series finale at AT&T Park by again knocking around a Giants starter in an 8-3 win to take the season series 6-1 and keep pace with the National League Central-leading Cardinals, who lead the Reds by five games.

7/25/2013 | Giants embracing advanced metrics movement
Advanced metrics have obviously grown to play an integral role in front office decisions today. But they have also seeped into pop culture, due in large part to the movie "Moneyball." Some Giants players have taken note.

7/24/2013 | Schierholtz's fifth RBI lifts Cubs in 12th inning
Nate Schierholtz drove in a career-high five runs, hitting a three-run homer in the fifth and a game-winning RBI double in the 12th, to lift the Cubs to a 7-6 victory over the D-backs on Wednesday night.

7/24/2013 | Relentless Redbirds race past Phillies for series win
After going 3-for-3 in his first career multi-hit game his last time out, Jake Westbrook showed off yet another uncharacteristic offensive skill Wednesday with his second career stolen base. But when he wasn't running the bases, Westbrook was holding the Phillies to three runs through seven innings while the Cardinals knocked around Philadelphia for an 11-3 victory at Busch Stadium.

7/24/2013 | Overzealous hitting delays Hanigan's return
Catcher Ryan Hanigan has experienced a setback in his recovery from an injured left wrist and will not be activated for the Reds' series opener against the Dodgers on Thursday as was previously expected.

7/24/2013 | Young shaken up after role in Hudson's injury
A simple eighth-inning groundout in Wednesday's 8-2 loss turned sour for Eric Young Jr., who arrived at the first-base bag an instant after Tim Hudson and stepped on his right ankle, fracturing it and leaving Hudson crumpled on the field.

7/24/2013 | For Yankees, A-Rod drama is stranger than fiction
While his career with the Yankees seems to be careening to an ugly end, there's an entire other world awaiting Alex Rodriguez. Maybe these last few years have been a rehearsal for his next career. Otherwise, there's no explanation for his behavior.

7/24/2013 | Vogelsong happy with initial rehab start
Ryan Vogelsong pitched two innings in the first outing of his rehab assignment Tuesday with the Giants' Arizona League club and said he was pleased with the results.

7/24/2013 | Freak play results in broken ankle for Hudson
It is easy to understand the utter devastation the Braves were feeling on Wednesday night after watching Tim Hudson suffer a horrific season-ending right ankle injury in the eighth inning of an 8-2 win over the Mets.

7/24/2013 | Braves victory turns sour with Hudson's injury
By the time the Braves completed Wednesday's 8-2 win over the Mets, there was little reason to celebrate the home runs Evan Gattis, Dan Uggla and Andrelton Simmons hit off Jeremy Hefner as Tim Hudson was carted off the field with a fractured right ankle.

7/24/2013 | Lake's Cubs run continues with DeJesus back
Junior Lake primarily played the infield in the Minor Leagues, and Cubs manager Dale Sveum considered moving the rookie from the outfield to third base on Wednesday, but he decided against it.

7/24/2013 | Gomez backs Lohse as Brewers halt Padres
Carlos Gomez tallied four hits to back Kyle Lohse, who threw seven quality innings Wednesday night to slip by the Padres, 3-1, in the third game of a four-game set at Miller Park.

7/24/2013 | In Rangers debut, stellar Garza fits right in
Matt Garza made a terrific debut for the Rangers on Wednesday night, pitching his new team to a 3-1 victory over the Yankees at the Ballpark in Arlington.

7/24/2013 | Pettitte passes Koufax for latest milestone
Yankees left-hander Andy Pettitte tied and surpassed Sandy Koufax on baseball's all-time strikeouts list on Wednesday, tying former Yankees pitcher Kevin Brown for 39th place.

7/24/2013 | Gibson plans to lighten Miggy's workload
While preparing for a potential pinch-hit scenario, D-backs catcher Miguel Montero tweaked his back swinging in the cages during Tuesday's game and subsequently was not in the lineup Wednesday for the second consecutive day.

7/24/2013 | Rangers, White Sox discussing Rios swap
The Rangers continue their search for a right-handed-hitting outfielder and have talked with the White Sox about Alex Rios. The White Sox went into Wednesday's game with a record of 39-58, the second worst in the American League.

7/24/2013 | Hand sore but expects to make next start
Brewers starter Donovan Hand threw lightly Wednesday, one day after getting hit in the hand by a 97-mph fastball, and said he expected to make his next start.

7/24/2013 | Rosario takes practice reps at first base
After seeing that he wasn't in the lineup for Wednesday night's game against the Marlins, Rockies catcher Wilin Rosario decided to try something new -- taking practice reps at first base.

7/24/2013 | K-Rod gives O's good option at closing time
New Orioles reliever Francisco Rodriguez admitted on Wednesday that he wasn't surprised he was traded from the Brewers, but was shocked that it was to Baltimore.

7/24/2013 | Valencia sent to Triple-A with Urrutia in mind
Danny Valencia was optioned to Triple-A Norfolk on Wednesday to clear a roster spot for new Orioles reliever Francisco Rodriguez, giving manager Buck Showalter an eight-man bullpen and a chance to take an extended look at designated hitter Henry Urrutia.

7/24/2013 | Matheny: Game wouldn't miss home-plate collisions
Mike Matheny recently received a call from another baseball player, a catcher, seeking out advice on dealing with the symptoms of concussions, a subject in which the Cardinals' skipper is well versed.

7/24/2013 | Peavy trade discussions include Boston's Middlebrooks
Prime trade targets such as Jake Peavy, Alex Rios and even Alexei Ramirez all are under contract for at least the 2014 season, so White Sox general manager Rick Hahn can ask and has asked for a high talent bounty -- such as Boston infielder Will Middlebrooks -- in return.

7/24/2013 | Rios targeted by Rangers ahead of Deadline
According to MLB.com's TR Sullivan and Major League sources, the Rangers are in active talks with the White Sox concerning the acquisition of right fielder Alex Rios.


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