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  • Cubs calling up catcher Kyle Schwarber for upcoming interleague games

     Cubs calling up catcher Kyle Schwarber for upcoming interleague games
    In a strong sign the Cubs are serious about winning at any cost, top hitting prospect Kyle Schwarber will be promoted Tuesday from Double-A Tennessee for six games. Schwarber, 22, the Cubs' first pick in the 2014 draft (fourth overall), will handle...
  • Twins find their elixir in a 13-2 romp over White Sox

    MINNEAPOLIS They're supposed to be the Twins' AL Central "rivals," but the White Sox sure looked like the Twins' best friends on Monday. Oh, how they've missed the White Sox. The Twins, mired in a 2.8-runs-per-game June slump, bashed three home runs,...
  • High walk rate among many factors in Chris Tillman's 2015 struggles

    High walk rate among many factors in Chris Tillman's 2015 struggles
    It’s time to talk about Chris Tillman. The Orioles’ Opening Day starter, who retired four batters and was charged with seven runs — all earned — in giving back a seven-run lead and taxing the bullpen in Sunday’s 13-9 win...
  • Nationals' Max Scherzer celebrates his no-hitter

    A day later, Max Scherzer couldn't stop smiling. "I'm doing great," the Nationals right-hander said the morning after he threw a no-hitter and came within a strike of a perfect game before hitting Pittsburgh's Jose Tabata in Washington's 6-0 victory. "I...
  • Nationals' Max Scherzer celebrates his no-hitter

    Nationals' Max Scherzer celebrates his no-hitter
    WASHINGTON (AP) — A day later, Max Scherzer couldn't stop smiling. "I'm doing great," the Nationals right-hander said the morning after he threw a no-hitter and came within a strike of a perfect game before hitting Pittsburgh's Jose Tabata in...
  • Bob Brookover: Phillies president says his replacement likely will be hired soon

    It was the top of the second inning and there was cheering in the press box. Pat Gillick, the president of the worst team in baseball, had just watched Phillies third baseman Maikel Franco, second baseman Cesar Hernandez and catcher Cameron Rupp team...
  • Twins stymied by Cubs' Arrieta in 8-0 loss

    The speedy center fielder, stuck in a rut for a week now, finally broke out with a big hit on Sunday. Oh, and Byron Buxton collected his first Target Field hit, too. The Cubs' Dexter Fowler, though, smashed a 2-1 fastball from Michael Tonkin deep into...
  • A-Rod In The 3,000-Hit Club? It Takes All Kinds

    A-Rod In The 3,000-Hit Club? It Takes All Kinds
    Yankees' designated hitter Alex Rodriguez recorded his 3,000th hit with a first-inning home run off Justin Verlander on Friday. He's the third player to reach the milestone via a home run (Wade Boggs and Derek Jeter) and he's the 29th overall to reach the...
  • Kyle Schwarber's return to minors all part of the Cubs' plan

     Kyle Schwarber's return to minors all part of the Cubs' plan
    Before Kyle Schwarber made a favorable impression in his first two major-league starts, Cubs manager Joe Maddon was familiar with a rookie who earned an even greater achievement on a biggest stage before returning to the minors. That was marquee left-...
  • Cubs' Starlin Castro apologizes after latest gaffe

    Cubs' Starlin Castro apologizes after latest gaffe
    MINNEAPOLIS – Manager Joe Maddon leaned back in office chair as he was asked whether the recurring physical and mental lapses of shortstop Starlin Castro could be cured. “Yep,” Maddon said Friday night after Castro botched a double...
  • Starlin Castro, Cubs make most of 2nd chances

    Starlin Castro, Cubs make most of 2nd chances
    MINNEAPOLIS — The errors and missed scoring opportunities eventually became moot Saturday. Thanks largely to a clutch hit by mercurial Starlin Castro, the Cubs capitalized on their biggest chance for redemption. Less than 24 hours after Castro...