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7/30/2013 | Baker doesn't focus on Trade Deadline rumors
The Trade Deadline was less than 24 hours away and a countdown clock was on the television in his office as Reds manager Dusty Baker watched a Pirates-Cardinals game Tuesday afternoon, and all signs point to the Reds being quiet when the 4 p.m. ET non-waiver Trade Deadline strikes on Wednesday.

7/30/2013 | Choo bats second, moves to left field due to injury
Shin-Soo Choo, who missed Monday's game with a minor sprain of his left ankle, returned to the Reds' lineup on Tuesday against the Padres. But things weren't all back to normal. Not only did Choo not lead off as usual, he wasn't in center field either.

7/30/2013 | Marshall has shoulder examined in Cincinnati
Reds reliever Sean Marshall has returned to Cincinnati for another medical examination, as his progress from a sprained left shoulder has been slowed.

7/30/2013 | More at-bats necessary before Ludwick returns
In five games with Triple-A Louisville and Class A Dayton, Ryan Ludwick is 2-for-12. Manager Dusty Baker said he'd like Ludwick to get at least 50 at-bats before he plays again for the Reds.

7/30/2013 | Boy befriended by Harper succumbs to cancer
Gavin Rupp, who threw a first pitch to Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper earlier this month, lost his battle with brain cancer on Tuesday, a team spokesman confirmed after the team's 5-1 loss to the Tigers. He was 13 years old. Harper was not available for comment.

7/30/2013 | Schedule is working in Jeter's favor
The West Coast portion of the schedule is a friendly one for Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter, who got an extra day off between his first and second games back from the disabled list, thanks to Monday's off-day after the club arrived in California.

7/30/2013 | Girardi still preparing for A-Rod's return to Yankees
Despite reports from multiple media outlets indicating that Alex Rodriguez will soon be disciplined by Major League Baseball, Yankees manager Joe Girardi said Tuesday that he still expects to have Rodriguez back on the big league roster at some point in the near future.

7/30/2013 | Nunez hoping to become an option at third base
Eduardo Nunez said that he planned to take ground balls at third base during infield workouts on Tuesday, looking for a new angle to stick in the Yankees' lineup with Derek Jeter back at shortstop.

7/30/2013 | Bianchi follows costly error with winning hit
Brewers shortstop Jeff Bianchi helped give away two runs with his error in the seventh inning that cost Tyler Thornburg a win, but he took them right back in the ninth, smacking a single for two runs, a 3-2 win and a doubleheader sweep at Wrigley Field on Tuesday night.

7/30/2013 | Angels giving Trout longer look at No. 3 in lineup
When Mike Trout recently spoke on the phone with Albert Pujols, the man he's replacing in the No. 3 spot of the Angels' lineup, the veteran slugger had a clear message.

7/30/2013 | Shuck shrugs off silent treatment after first HR
When J.B. Shuck walked into the dugout in the fifth inning at Rangers Ballpark on Monday night, he was met with indifference from his Angels teammates, who pretended like he hadn't just gone deep for the first time in his career.

7/30/2013 | Angels active in trade talks before Deadline
A source familiar with the Angels said the likelihood of the club making another deal before Wednesday's Trade Deadline as "better than 50/50."

7/30/2013 | Brown's recovery from concussion going slowly
The news about Domonic Brown's head injury just keeps getting worse. A week after sustaining concussion-like symptoms, it does not seem like Brown is much closer to getting back on the field.

7/30/2013 | Anderson's latest bullpen session problem-free
Brett Anderson, sidelined since the end of April because of a stress fracture in his right foot, threw another bullpen on Tuesday afternoon, tallying 57 pitches without any issues.

7/30/2013 | A's looking for Blevins to step up in bullpen
The A's bullpen is stacked with talent, and a clean ninth inning from the previously struggling Jerry Blevins on Monday night offered encouragement to a team that will need to rely on each of its relievers down the stretch.

7/30/2013 | Rays-D-backs game delayed by power outage
The Rays-Diamondbacks game on Tuesday was delayed when some of the lights went out after a lighting strike outside Tropicana Field.

7/30/2013 | Manuel responds to Papelbon's comments
Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon made headlines Sunday when he said he thinks the team needs changes from top to bottom and that he "didn't come here for this."

7/30/2013 | With O'Sullivan on paternity list, Mikolas called up
Sean O'Sullivan's wife, Sabrina, went into labor on Tuesday, so the Padres placed O'Sullivan on paternity leave. To replace him on the roster, the Padres have recalled reliever Miles Mikolas.

7/30/2013 | Extended rehab assignment in store for Maybin
Padres outfielder Cameron Maybin will begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Tucson on Tuesday. He has been on the disabled list since June 12, retroactive to June 10, after damaging a ligament in his left knee.

7/30/2013 | Gyorko back in lineup after working on swing
Rookie second baseman Jedd Gyorko returned to the Padres' starting lineup Tuesday after not playing in each of the last two games. That doesn't mean that Gyorko, who has scuffled at the plate of late, has been sitting around gathering dust.

7/30/2013 | Hagen in good humor after throwing out first pitch
Paul Hagen threw out the ceremonial first pitch before Tuesday's series opener against the Giants at Citizens Bank Park. Hagen just returned from Cooperstown, N.Y., where he was honored by the National Baseball Hall of Fame as the 2013 J.G. Taylor Spink Award winner.

7/30/2013 | Illness keeps Posey out of Giants' lineup
Giants catcher Buster Posey was scratched from Tuesday's starting lineup against the Philadelphia Phillies with an upset stomach.

7/30/2013 | Many factors at play as M. Young waits to learn fate
Michael Young isn't sure what the future holds, but the hours leading to Wednesday's 4 p.m. ET Trade Deadline should give him plenty to think about.

7/30/2013 | Giants seek spark from Pill, Kieschnick
Giants manager Bruce Bochy expressed hopes that first baseman Brett Pill and outfielder Roger Kieschnick can bolster the team's sagging offense.

7/30/2013 | Colon looks to continue success in rubber game
With their new second baseman, Alberto Callaspo, in tow, the A's will try to seal the series victory behind right-hander Bartolo Colon. The Blue Jays will counter with knuckleballer R.A. Dickey on Wednesday afternoon in Oakland.


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