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6/26/2013 | Profar working in outfield, but not ready to play there
Rangers infielder Jurickson Profar put in 30 more minutes of outfield work with third-base coach Gary Pettis early Wednesday afternoon at Yankee Stadium. Profar is progressing but the Rangers aren't ready to put him in the outfield, and the situation on Wednesday was a reminder of why the Rangers are actively searching for a right-handed bat.

6/26/2013 | Hanson a late scratch with forearm tightness
About 10 minutes before game time at Comerica Park on Wednesday, Angels starter Tommy Hanson was scratched because of tightness he felt in his right forearm while throwing a pitch in the bullpen.

6/26/2013 | Zimmerman downplays shoulder soreness
Ryan Zimmerman was left out of the Nationals' lineup on Tuesday because of recent soreness in his surgically repaired right shoulder. Zimmerman said Wednesday that the soreness is not serious, and he backed up that statement by going 2-for-3 with a double in his return to the lineup in Washington's 3-2 win over Arizona.

6/26/2013 | Mets will shuffle if Harvey is asked to start All-Star Game
If the New York Mets need to shuffle their rotation around to allow right-hander Matt Harvey to start the All-Star Game at Citi Field, they are more than willing.

6/26/2013 | Already in elite company, Miggy's pace torrid
After his two-run home run in the first inning Tuesday against the Angels, Miguel Cabrera became only the sixth player since 1920 with at least 1,200 RBIs and 300 homers in his first 11 seasons, according to ESPN Stats and Information.

6/26/2013 | Striking point: Lackey fans 12 to lift Red Sox
John Lackey struck out a season-high 12 batters in seven innings and gave up just two runs as the Red Sox beat the Rockies, 5-3, at Fenway Park.

6/26/2013 | Roberts, Reimold recovering, nearing return to Majors
Brian Roberts and Nolan Reimold could be close to finishing their Minor League rehab stints and returning to the Orioles. Both are recovering from right hamstring injuries -- Roberts hasn't played since April 4, and Reimold has been out since May 11.

6/26/2013 | Gibson and Co. striving to solve Cahill's struggles
The search for the solution to Trevor Cahill's struggles continued Wednesday, with D-backs manager Kirk Gibson looking at video of the right-hander's tough start Tuesday night against the Nationals.

6/26/2013 | Cashman regrets choice of words after A-Rod's tweet
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said on Wednesday that he regretted his choice of words in reacting to Alex Rodriguez's social-media post, and hopes the club can improve its relationship with the rehabbing third baseman.

6/26/2013 | A.J. brings 'A' game for first career shutout
A.J. Griffin had already thrown 14 pitches, nine for balls that resulted in a pair of walks, by the time he found it. When he did, he embraced it, "and after that he was just absolutely spectacular," his manager said. Shutout spectacular. It was the first for Griffin, who allowed the Reds just two hits while fanning seven in a 5-0 victory.

6/26/2013 | Indians activate Asdrubal, place shortstop in lineup
Indians shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera was determined to return to the field as fast as possible. Cabrera made good on that goal on Wednesday, when he was activated from the 15-day disabled list by Cleveland.

6/26/2013 | Perez set to rejoin bullpen for Thursday's series finale
Indians closer Chris Perez is one month to the day removed from sustaining the right shoulder injury that sent him to the disabled list. It also marks his last day on the sidelines before officially rejoining Cleveland's bullpen.

6/26/2013 | Gomez even with Felix as Bucs top Mariners
On Wednesday, the Pirates again won a Jeanmar Gomez start, topping Felix Hernandez and the Mariners, 4-2, with two tiebreaking runs in the ninth. The Bucs are now tied for first place in the division after the Cardinals lost, 4-3, to the Astros on Wednesday.

6/26/2013 | Royals follow Gordon's lead in walk-off victory
Alex Gordon started his night with a leadoff homer and finished with an RBI single in the 10th inning to lift the Royals to a 4-3 walk-off victory against the Braves on Wednesday at Kauffman Stadium..

6/26/2013 | Homer extends Cuddyer's hitting streak to 23
Using a new shipment of bats, Michael Cuddyer hit a sixth-inning homer to extend his hitting streak to 23 games Wednesday afternoon.

6/26/2013 | Tribe comes through in ninth for clutch comeback
The Indians surrendered a lead in the eighth after Scott Kazmir near no-hitter, but two RBI forceouts brought home the game-winning runs in a 4-3 win over the Orioles on Wednesday night.

6/26/2013 | Take a bite out of the big .... meatball?
There were more sandwiches than there were people in the Caesar's Club at Citi Field on Wednesday afternoon. Food lined countertops and tables all over the luxury suite, with more than 45 different dishes and meals on display.

6/26/2013 | Tweet to the wise: Exercise extreme caution
Alex Rodriguez and Ian Stewart are, respectively, Tweet-le dee and Tweet-le dumb. (Forgive the misspellings of the names of Lewis Carroll's "Through the Looking-Glass" characters. It was quite intentional.) After two more instances concerning the public statements -- one from each -- of the two third basemen, I feel obligated to provide unsolicited advice: Shut your thumbs.

6/26/2013 | Pair of clutch homers power Marlins to series win
Placido Polanco and Jeff Mathis each connected on two-run homers to rally the Marlins to a 5-3 win over the Twins on Wednesday afternoon at Marlins Park.

6/26/2013 | Tommy John surgery for O's prospect Bundy
Top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy, who felt some discomfort when throwing off flat ground on Monday, will undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery on his right elbow.

6/26/2013 | Teixeira to have season-ending surgery
At the recommendation of Yankees team doctors, first baseman Mark Teixeira will have season-ending surgery to repair the damaged tendon sheath in his right wrist.

6/26/2013 | Indians activate Asdrubal, place shortstop in lineup
Indians shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera was determined to return to the field as fast as possible. Cabrera made good on that goal on Wednesday, when he was activated from the 15-day disabled list by Cleveland.

6/26/2013 | Futures Game rosters full of fresh faces in 2013
A total of 40 of the 50 players in the 2013 Sirius XM All-Star Futures Game will be attending the Minor League exhibition for the first time, with 10 players on the two squads returning to show the newbies the ropes.

6/26/2013 | Buchholz suffers setback during bullpen session
Red Sox ace Clay Buchholz experienced another setback while throwing a bullpen session Wednesday and might not return until after the All-Star break.

6/26/2013 | Tweet illustrates rift between A-Rod, Yankees
As great a player as Alex Rodriguez has been for the majority of his career, he has never quite embraced the mystique of the Yankee pinstripes, which has again and again proven problematic for those in charge. This was again evidenced by their reaction to his recent tweet about his rehabilitation efforts.


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