6/16/2013 | Padres' turnaround begins with pitching, timely hitting
In a division that seems wide open, the Padres have breathed life into their season since their 5-15 start. Their 30-19 run has been triggered by outstanding pitching, timely offense and a belief throughout the organization that they could win.
6/16/2013 | Teheran turns in strong outing to beat Giants
Julio Teheran escaped two bases-loaded threats unscathed and Freddie Freeman highlighted his three-hit night against Tim Lincecum with a first-inning single that proved decisive for the Braves during Sunday night's 3-0 win over the Giants at Turner Field.
6/16/2013 | Ballpark fare more than first-rate at AT&T Park
Baseball fans go to AT&T Park in San Francisco to watch a contending ballclub, but foodies can also go to delight their taste buds.
6/16/2013 | Drainage creates postgame issue for A's, Mariners
After the A's topped the Mariners on Sunday, both teams had to deal with an immediate issue: Pipes on the clubhouse level of O.co Coliseum were backing up and flooding both teams' showers and the Mariners' training room.
6/16/2013 | Upton family throws out first pitches for Braves
Braves outfielders B.J. and Justin Upton were joined by their father, Manny "Bossman" Upton, and B.J.'s 3-year-old son, Riley, as the four took the field to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before Sunday night's Father's Day game against San Francisco.
6/16/2013 | Rodon pitches NC State past rival UNC at CWS
Carlos Rodon was brilliant in recording his third complete game of the season as North Carolina State defeated rival and No. 1 overall national seed North Carolina, 8-1, in Game 3 of the College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park on Sunday.
6/16/2013 | Pagan eschews surgery, hopes to return soon
Though Angel Pagan acknowledged Sunday that surgery was mentioned as an option for fixing his strained left hamstring, the Giants center fielder and leadoff hitter continued to believe that he can heal sufficiently and rejoin the lineup in the relatively near future.
6/16/2013 | Cabrera injures hamstring in finale vs. D-backs
Shortstop Everth Cabrera injured his hamstring trying to steal second base in the eighth inning on Sunday, an attempt that was negated by a Chase Headley foul ball. He was taken out in the ninth for Pedro Ciriaco.
6/16/2013 | Strasburg's reality needs time to meet perception
Stephen Strasburg has always had to balance reality vs. the public perception. While his big league performance has not yet lived up to the tremendous hype, the Nationals right-hander continues to grow as a pitcher.
6/16/2013 | Buster and Yadi battling for NL ballot lead
The debate has been raging for a couple years now: who is the best catcher in the NL -- Buster Posey or Yadier Molina? All-Star voters have given Posey a slight edge thus far, but there is plenty of time left for Molina to claim the top spot.
6/16/2013 | A's slug away to back Colon's sixth straight win
After allowing the Mariners to score two runs on five hits in the second inning, Bartolo Colon was nearly unhittable for the rest of his outing as the A's cruised to a 10-2 win Sunday.
6/16/2013 | Chacin cruises in dominant day to deliver series win
Jhoulys Chacin dominated Philadelphia's lineup for nearly all of Sunday afternoon, falling an out shy of pulling off a shutout in the 5-2 win at Coors Field.
6/16/2013 | Rays to summon top prospect Myers to Majors
The Rays announced on Sunday that they will call up outfielder Wil Myers, their No. 1 prospect, from Triple-A Durham in advance of Tuesday's doubleheader at Fenway Park. To make room on the active roster, second baseman Ryan Roberts was optioned to Triple-A Durham.
6/16/2013 | Stefani aces 17th hole at US Open
PGA Tour rookie Shawn Stefani aced the 17th hole Sunday at the U.S. Open, making him the first golfer to hit a hole-in-one at any Open at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa.
6/16/2013 | Blue Jays secure four-game sweep of Rangers
The Blue Jays extended their winning streak to a season-high five games as Chien-Ming Wang tossed seven strong innings and was supported by three homers in a 7-2 victory over the Rangers on Sunday afternoon.
6/16/2013 | Weiss throws first pitch to celebrate Father's Day
After the first pitch from Walt Weiss landed safely in the glove of his son, Bo, the two met halfway between the mound and home plate, put their arms around one another and walked back to the Rockies' dugout.
6/16/2013 | Mets find redemption on Nieuwenhuis' walk-off
Kirk Nieuwenhuis launched a three-run walk-off home run off Carlos Marmol in the ninth inning Sunday, leading the Mets to a 4-3 win over the Cubs.
6/16/2013 | Late blast helps lead Astros past White Sox in Houston
After Jason Castro's two-run blast in the seventh inning and another deep outing from starter Dallas Keuchel, Houston held back a ninth-inning rally to beat the White Sox, 5-4, on Sunday afternoon at Minute Maid Park.
6/16/2013 | Ruiz begins rehab assignment at Triple-A
Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz started for Triple-A Lehigh Valley on both Saturday and Sunday as he began a rehab assignment as he recovers from a right hamstring strain.
6/16/2013 | Rockies option Volstad, call up Kensing
Chris Volstad's stay with the Rockies lasted all of five days as they optioned him to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Sunday, with right-hander Logan Kensing taking his roster spot.
6/16/2013 | Carp exits game with right hamstring tightness
Red Sox first baseman Mike Carp left Sunday's 6-3 loss to the Orioles with right hamstring tightness after hitting a double in the seventh inning.
6/16/2013 | Smoak close to rejoining Mariners; Guti progressing
Eric Wedge said first baseman Justin Smoak is making strides toward making a return from an oblique strain in time for the Mariners' series against the Angels in Anaheim.
6/16/2013 | Father's Day highlights importance of family for players
For many Major Leaguers, their baseball careers first started in the backyard. And there's usually one constant: They were playing with their dads. Teams across the league celebrated Father's Day with a host of different special events.
6/16/2013 | Teixeira has inflammation in right wrist, no tear
The news on Mark Teixeira's ailing right wrist was positive Sunday, but the Yankees are still uncertain if their slumping first baseman is headed for another stint on the disabled list. An MRI in New York on Sunday morning revealed inflammation, but no tear, manager Joe Girardi said before Sunday's game against the Angels.
6/16/2013 | After CC's gem, Mo holds on to help Yanks snap skid
Travis Hafner belted a three-run homer, CC Sabathia pitched into the ninth inning and Mariano Rivera and the Yanks held off a late charge by the Angels for a 6-5 win on Sunday, snapping a five-game losing streak.
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