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  • Twins shut down in loss to Red Sox

    BOSTON Paul Molitor, who collected 146 hits in Fenway Park, should tell his Twins players what a great place to hit this ancient ballpark can be. Not sure they'd believe him, though. Just as it did a year ago, the Twins' offense disappeared Tuesday...
  • Kris Bryant thrilled for Vegas friend Joey Gallo

    Kris Bryant thrilled for Vegas friend Joey Gallo
    MIAMI – What Las Vegas may lack in numbers is offset by power. Bryce Harper of the Washington Nationals leads the National League with 18 home runs, and Cubs slugger Kris Bryant has seven home runs in his first 41 games. And now make way for...
  • MLB: De La Rosa lidera victoria de Rockies ante Dodgers

    MLB: De La Rosa lidera victoria de Rockies ante Dodgers
    Jorge De La Rosa cubrió seis sólidos innings con un corte en el dedo medio, Michael McKenry sacudió un jonrón y los Rockies de Colorado vencieron el martes 6-3 a los Dodgers de Los Ángeles en el primer juego de una doble cartelera. El mexicano De La...
  • Marlins not seeking Cishek makeover; Flores added to staff

    Marlins not seeking Cishek makeover; Flores added to staff
    The goal is to eventually get Steve Cishek back as a more efficient pitcher, not as a new man. In the wake of the demotion of the former closer to Double-A Jacksonville, Miami Marlins manager Dan Jennings said Tuesday the goal is not to change Cishek'...
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  • Verlander will pitch one more rehab start in Toledo

    Justin Verlander's time in the minor leagues isn't up. The Detroit Tigers right-hander will make a second rehabilitation start for Triple-A Toledo on Saturday, manager Brad Ausmus said Tuesday. "After discussing how his outing went and how he felt, we...
  • On The Fly: Hoiberg Hopes To Bring Winning Touch To Bulls

    On The Fly: Hoiberg Hopes To Bring Winning Touch To Bulls
    Fred Hoiberg officially became the new coach of the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday, replacing New Britain native Tom Thibodeau, who was fired amid friction with the front office. Hoiberg, who played for the Bulls from 1999-2003, was on fire as coach at Iowa...
  • Catchers shuffle continues for Lehigh Valley IronPigs

    Catchers shuffle continues for Lehigh Valley IronPigs
    Gabriel Lino was as surprised as anyone to be the latest to get a shot at catching for the IronPigs. The Venezuelan-born 22-year-old was promoted earlier today and is in the starting lineup for the first of a six-game homestand at Coca-Cola Park....
  • On The Air Wednesday

    BASEBALL 10:30 a.m.: Rock Cats at Altoona. 1410 1:30 p.m.: Twins at Red Sox. NESN; Radio: 1080 3:30 p.m.: Regional coverage. MLB 3:30 p.m.: Yankees at Mariners. YES; Radio: 660, 97.9 7 p.m.: Twins at Red Sox. NESN; Radio: 1080 8 p.m.: Dodgers at...
  • Q&A: Colleen Kane's White Sox mailbag

    Q&A: Colleen Kane's White Sox mailbag
    Gordon Beckham has been playing really good baseball. His defense always has been a given, but now his offense is becoming solid. The trade last summer seemed to be a wake-up call. With Micah Johnson playing poor defensively and Carlos Sanchez playing...
  • Nationals' Strasburg diagnosed with strained left trapezius

    The Nationals say pitcher Stephen Strasburg has been diagnosed with a strained left trapezius, an upper back muscle where the arm meets the neck. Strasburg left Friday's start at Cincinnati after 16 pitches and was put on the disabled list the...