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6/29/2015 | Lucroy does it all in four-hit game vs. Phillies

Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy continued a sensational stretch in the field and hoped he began one at the plate in Monday's 7-4 win over the Phillies.


6/29/2015 | Anderson brilliant in second Major League start

Indians catcher Yan Gomes knew Cody Anderson was doing something special midway through Monday's 7-1 win over the Rays.


6/29/2015 | Clay dominates north of the border

Clay Buchholz doesn't have a grand theory to explain his career success pitching at Rogers Centre, but he's willing to take a stab at it.


6/29/2015 | Illness forces Bolsinger's early exit vs. D-backs

Dodgers pitcher Mike Bolsinger left Monday night's start against Arizona after throwing four scoreless innings with possible food poisoning.


6/29/2015 | Sizemore stings former team to end perfection bid

The three All-Star appearances, two Gold Gloves and one Silver Slugger that Grady Sizemore amassed over his eight-year career with the Indians has made him a beloved figure in Cleveland.


6/29/2015 | Trout of sight: Star robs 2 hits, slugs 20th HR

Angels center fielder Mike Trout twice robbed the Yankees' Chris Young of a run-scoring extra-base hit and in between he hit his 20th home run of the season in Monday night's series opener.


6/29/2015 | Sarah's Take: Kershaw deserves more wins

For the first time this season, the Los Angeles Dodgers might have a winning road trip. They have won four of seven against the Cubs and the Marlins, and now head to Arizona for three games before heading home. However, their offensive production is still a major concern.


6/29/2015 | Pederson raps 20th HR, nears NL rookie mark

Joc Pederson hit his 20th homer of the season Monday night and trails only Wally Berger (22 in 1930) and Albert Pujols (21 in 2001) for the most homers by a National League rookie before July 1.


6/29/2015 | 2015 Draft: Signing and Bonus Tracker

As the July 17 Draft signing deadline nears, get the complete breakdown of which top picks have agreed to terms, and for how much.


6/29/2015 | Rangers hit four homers, overpower Orioles

The Rangers broke out of their slump in a big way, homering four times and unloading on the Orioles to pick up their second win in nine games, an 8-1 series-opening victory Monday night at Camden Yards.


6/29/2015 | DraftKings picks: Davis tops O's HR potential

Welcome to DraftKings fantasy baseball, the Official Daily Fantasy Game of Major League Baseball. The players listed could provide difference-making stats for DraftKings participants on Tuesday.


6/29/2015 | Springer stuns with stellar diving grab

Though George Springer's had his recent struggles at the plate, he continues to showcase his speed in center field almost nightly.


6/29/2015 | Pujols up for one last Home Run Derby

If Angels first baseman Albert Pujols is chosen for the All-Star Game, a growing possibility given his scorching hot month of June, he'd like to take part in the Gillette Home Run Derby. "And," Pujols said, "I think it would be the last one."


6/29/2015 | Aggressive Granderson earning his contract

Mets fans can be forgiven for constantly asking when their team is going to go out and get a hitter, because the offense -- currently 26th in baseball in run scoring at 3.58 per game -- has clearly not done its part to support the consistently excellent pitching, which is 6th at 3.73 runs allowed per game.


6/29/2015 | Gardner earns AL Player of the Week honors

Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner is enjoying one of the best stretches of his career, relishing his standing as a consistent annoyance for opposing pitchers. It is a hot streak that has now been recognized with an American League Player of the Week award.


6/29/2015 | Bradley to get shoulder checked by Andrews

D-backs starter Archie Bradley wanted a second opinion after feeling pain in his right shoulder following his rehab outing for Triple-A Reno. This week, he'll look for clarity when he visits Dr. James Andrews.


6/29/2015 | Ellsbury's return tentatively set for Friday

Jacoby Ellsbury was in uniform for the Class A Tampa Yankees on Monday, and the working plan is for the outfielder to play three Minor League rehabilitation games before possibly being activated on Friday against the Rays in New York.


6/29/2015 | Davis, Peralta take big steps in comebacks

There was progress Monday for the two most prominent members of Milwaukee's disabled list. While right-hander Wily Peralta was throwing off a mound for the first time since suffering a left oblique strain, the Brewers were finalizing plans for outfielder Khris Davis to test his surgically repaired left knee in a Minor League rehabilitation assignment.


6/29/2015 | Crawford slated for Minor League rehab

Dodgers outfielder Carl Crawford is scheduled to begin a Minor League injury rehabilitation assignment Tuesday night with Class A Advanced Rancho Cucamonga.


6/29/2015 | Morin poised to rejoin Angels' bullpen

Angels reliever Mike Morin returned to the team on Monday, one month and five days after going on the disabled list with a strained left oblique. The 24-year-old right-hander is done with his rehab assignment and is expected to be activated Tuesday or Wednesday.


6/29/2015 | MacPhail evaluating GM, manager positions

Andy MacPhail, introduced as the next Phillies president, plans to spend the next three-plus months evaluating the entire baseball operations department. That includes general manager Ruben Amaro Jr., whose contract expires at the end of the season, as well as finding the next on-field manager. Pete Mackanin is the interim manager through the homestand, which ends Thursday.


6/29/2015 | Phillies signaling change in business model

The Phillies formally introduced Andy MacPhail, who has had success as an executive with three different franchises, as their next club president Monday. At first glance, it looked like a safe, conservative decision. A tee shot down the middle rather than trying for the green with a more risky drive over a water hazard. A second glance, to MacPhail's immediate right on the dais at Citizens Bank Park, disproved that assumption.


6/29/2015 | Rasmus still on mend from infected bug bite

Colby Rasmus needed antibiotics via an IV on Monday as he struggles to recover from a bug bite on his left wrist that's become infected, Houston manager A.J. Hinch said.


6/29/2015 | Urban Youth Academy hosts prep stars

About 40 potential future professional baseball players took the field Monday in the first day of the 2015 Breakthrough Series at the P&G Cincinnati MLB Urban Youth Academy.


6/29/2015 | Buchholz clips Blue Jays' wings in opener

Clay Buchholz continued his streak of success at Rogers Centre, delivering his team-best 11th quality start of the season to lead the Red Sox to a 3-1 victory over the Blue Jays in Monday's series opener.




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