8/11/2013 | Streaky Tribe believes playoff chances are intact
On the first day of the month, the Indians wrapped up a perfect seven-game homestand with a stress-free victory against the White Sox. After a brief road trip to Miami, the Tribe returned to Progressive Field for seven more games, a stretch that has been decidedly less cheerful.
8/11/2013 | Soriano reaches 2,000 hits in style with blast
Alfonso Soriano can put this personal milestone out of his mind. The Yankees outfielder slugged a fourth-inning homer off the Tigers' Justin Verlander on Sunday, becoming the 16th active player to reach the 2,000 career hit mark.
8/11/2013 | Royals activate Perez; Tejada placed on disabled list
Catcher Salvador Perez is back and infielder Miguel Tejada is out as the Royals made a flurry of roster moves before Sunday's game against the Red Sox. And starting pitcher Wade Davis was reinstated from the family emergency list after being called away by his stepbrother's death.
8/11/2013 | Trumbo tries to find rhythm against tough Kuroda
If Mark Trumbo is to get on track against the Yankees -- a team he has hit well in his career -- it will start Monday against Hiroki Kuroda, who has been lights-out of late. The righty will take the Yankee Stadium mound opposite the Angels' Garrett Richards.
8/11/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: August 11
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
8/11/2013 | D-backs option struggling Hernandez to Triple-A
With David Hernandez's ERA at a season-worst 5.59 after another rough outing Saturday night, the D-backs optioned the 28-year-old to Triple-A Reno following the club's 4-1 loss to the Mets.
8/11/2013 | Berkman hits homer in first Minors rehab game
Rangers designated hitter Lance Berkman went 2-for-3 with a home run for Triple-A Round Rock against Salt Lake on Saturday in his first game on rehabilitation assignment.
8/11/2013 | Marte leaves game with injury; Alvarez shaken
Pirates left fielder Starling Marte left Saturday night's game in the seventh inning after he took a fastball off his left hand. Third baseman Pedro Alvarez also appeared to injure his left hand in the sixth inning.
8/11/2013 | Hurdle ejected in seventh vs. Rockies
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle was ejected in the top of the seventh inning of Saturday night's game at Coors Field.
8/10/2013 | Wheeler takes positive step in win over D-backs
From start to start, Zack Wheeler's growth has been plain to see. Bumps have surfaced along the road, but Wheeler has nonetheless followed a direct line of improvement throughout his young career. He came upon another milestone Saturday evening when, for the first time all season, Wheeler did not walk a batter in the Mets' 4-1 victory over the D-backs at Chase Field.
8/10/2013 | Marlins break through in ninth to end slide
Runs have been hard to come by during Nathan Eovaldi starts. It turned out all the Marlins needed was one to put the brakes on their six-game losing streak.
8/10/2013 | Cubs' eighth-inning rally delivers comeback win
Darwin Barney smacked a game-tying two-run double in the eighth and Dioner Navarro followed with a pinch-hit RBI double to lift the Cubs to a 6-5 victory over the Cardinals.
8/10/2013 | Aggressiveness has Mets as top baserunning club
Pitching, defense and hitting are all critical to winning. But Mets manager Terry Collins knows there is another reason why the Mets have been playing significantly better since late June -- they lead all of baseball in taking extra bases.
8/10/2013 | Niese set to return, hopes to finish season strong
Before Matt Harvey broke out this summer to become the Mets' ace, Jon Niese served as the team's Opening Day starter. For Niese, Sunday might as well be Opening Day No. 2. The left-hander will return from the disabled list to start his club's series finale against the D-backs, kicking off what he hopes will be a strong run to finish this season.
8/10/2013 | Mets won't use Wheeler out of 'pen in September
Though the Mets will continue to monitor Zack Wheeler's workload down the stretch, they will not use him as a relief pitcher to curtail his innings.
8/10/2013 | 'Pen provides encouraging signs as LA locks up series
An escalating pitch count limited C.J. Wilson's outing to 5 1/3 innings Saturday, but the Angels' bullpen was perfect, getting out of a critical jam in the sixth, setting the stage for a four-run eighth inning and retiring all 11 Indians hitters it faced in a 7-2 victory at Progressive Field.
8/10/2013 | Rios keys late rally as Rangers top Astros
Alex Rios, making his Rangers debut, had a triple in a two-run eighth inning that lifted Texas to a 5-4 victory over the Astros at Minute Maid Park on Saturday night.
8/10/2013 | Griffey turns Brewers players into wide-eyed fans
The Brewers transformed from Major Leaguers into wide-eyed fans on Friday when Ken Griffey Jr. graced the visitors' clubhouse.
8/10/2013 | Gallardo on track to return during next homestand
Yovani Gallardo successfully tested his strained left hamstring in a Saturday bullpen session and remains on track to come off the disabled list early in the Brewers' next homestand.
8/10/2013 | Davis earns DH nod in middle game
Khris Davis' seventh career start came as the Brewers' designated hitter on Saturday in Seattle.
8/10/2013 | Gutierrez set for fourth rehab assignment of the year
Franklin Gutierrez will likely begin his fourth rehab assignment of the season on Sunday.
8/10/2013 | After three-game break, Parra back in starting lineup
After being out of the lineup for three consecutive games for the first time this season, D-backs outfielder Gerardo Parra returned to his starting role Saturday against the Mets, batting seventh and playing right field, and he went 2-for-4 in a 4-1 loss.
8/10/2013 | Spruill not worried about pitching on nine days' rest
When Zeke Spruill takes the mound Sunday to start the D-backs' series finale vs. the Mets, it'll be the first time he has pitched since Aug. 1, a span of nine days.
8/10/2013 | Emotional Griffey takes his place in Mariners history
The greatest player in franchise history brought Seattle baseball fans to cheers and tears one more time Saturday as Ken Griffey Jr. was inducted into the Mariners Hall of Fame.
8/10/2013 | Cleveland's relationship with Colavito remains strong
If you're an Indians fan of any age, chances are Rocky Colavito's name still lights a spark after all this time, whether you watched him play personally or simply heard the tall tales about his prodigious power and the impact of that ill-fated 1960 trade to Detroit.
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