9/6/2013 | Posey likely out a couple more days with broken finger
Although Buster Posey reported Friday that the condition of his fractured right ring finger had improved, Giants manager Bruce Bochy said that his two-time All-Star catcher likely will rest for at least two more days "to get this thing to calm down."
9/6/2013 | Davis' 48th among HRs Feldman rides to shutout win
Chris Davis, Danny Valencia and Matt Wieters each homered to back a strong performance from starter Scott Feldman as the Orioles scored a 4-0 victory against the White Sox on Friday night.
9/6/2013 | Tepesch to start Sunday's finale in Anaheim
Rangers manager Ron Washington was pleased with the way Nick Tepesch pitched in relief in his return from the disabled list and will reward the right-hander with a start on Sunday.
9/6/2013 | Hawkins a benefit to Mets on, off the field
At 40 years old, LaTroy Hawkins has built up a fountain of wisdom since breaking into the big leagues nearly two decades ago. Mets manager Terry Collins said the reliever's positive influence extends far beyond what he does in games.
9/6/2013 | Ibanez has high hopes for himself down the stretch
It's been a tale of two halves for Raul Ibanez this season, but the Mariners veteran isn't about to write off the last three weeks of play as Seattle heads down the stretch in his 18th Major League campaign.
9/6/2013 | Mauer still has symptoms, but hopes to return soon
Joe Mauer took batting practice on the field before Friday's game against the Blue Jays, but said he's not ready to make his return, as he's still feeling concussion-like symptoms.
9/6/2013 | Farrell not ready to say when Buchholz will join rotation
Presumably, Clay Buchholz will return to the Red Sox's starting rotation on Tuesday night when they open a three-game series at Tropicana Field against the Rays.
9/6/2013 | Capuano day to day with mild groin strain
Dodgers left-hander Chris Capuano lasted just 1 2/3 innings on Friday against the Reds before exiting with a mild left groin strain.
9/6/2013 | Ellsbury out of lineup with pain in right foot
The Red Sox played Friday night's game without invaluable leadoff man Jacoby Ellsbury, who was experiencing some pain in the right foot that he fouled a ball off of on the last homestand.
9/6/2013 | Rasmus to rejoin Blue Jays, but only for rehab
Colby Rasmus is expected to rejoin the Blue Jays in the near future, but it's only to continue his rehab, as there's still no timetable for the center fielder's return to the lineup.
9/6/2013 | Kemp shut down with hamstring problems
Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp has been shut down indefinitely with a tight right hamstring.
9/6/2013 | Petit comes within one strike of perfecto
Yusmeiro Petit retired the first 26 D-backs hitters he faced in Friday's series opener at AT&T Park, but his perfecto went by the wayside on an Eric Chavez single to right that dropped just in front of Hunter Pence. Petit completed the one-hitter two pitches later for a 3-0 Giants victory.
9/6/2013 | Rays show spark, but late mistakes prove costly
A gaffe on the bases and one in the field perpetuated the Rays' West Coast struggles Friday night when the Mariners took a 6-4 win at Safeco Field.
9/6/2013 | Harper returns after getting two days of rest
Left fielder Bryce Harper was back in the lineup after sitting out Wednesday's series finale against the Phillies because of a hip strain. The team had an off-day Thursday.
9/6/2013 | O's recall Dickerson for second stint with club
The Orioles announced Friday that they selected the contract of outfielder Chris Dickerson from Triple-A Norfolk in another September move. They needed to make room for Dickerson on the 40-man roster, and to do so, they designated infielder Alex Liddi for assignment.
9/6/2013 | Pedro thinks this Sox team stacks up with '04
The Red Sox's clubhouse was relatively quiet during the pregame hours on Friday afternoon, and then an old face popped in, bubbling over with enthusiasm.
9/6/2013 | Wandy might be headed for Pirates' bullpen
Following Friday night's start for Triple-A Indianapolis in an International League playoff game, left-hander Wandy Rodriguez's next, quick stop could be the Pirates' bullpen.
9/6/2013 | No timetable for Alonso's return from injury
Padres manager Bud Black said there is no set cut-off date for first baseman Yonder Alonso to make a return this season as he recovers from an injured right hand. Should Alonso get healthy for the season's final few games, he'll likely play then. Should Alonso only be healthy enough to play as a late-inning defensive replacement, Black plans to use him as one.
9/6/2013 | Heyward meets with docs; no timetable on return
Jason Heyward had a positive meeting with doctors about his broken jaw Friday and will meet with them again Monday before he takes his next step to returning to the Braves' lineup. "There is a chance he'll rejoin us on Monday or Tuesday in Miami," Atlanta manager Fredi Gonzalez said before Friday's game.
9/6/2013 | Rockies to pitch Oswalt this weekend
The Rockies activated veteran right-hander Roy Oswalt on Friday and will use him on Sunday in tandem with right-handed rookie Chad Bettis. Oswalt has not pitched in the Majors since July 7, when he strained his left hamstring. He also suffered a setback during rehab.
9/6/2013 | Sights set on postseason in 'We Play for October'
Justin Upton and Josh Donaldson are among the stars featured in a fast-paced video released Friday on MLB.com and all around Major League Baseball, as part of the "We Play for October" postseason campaign just announced by MLB.
9/6/2013 | Logan's elbow ailing; Robertson has shoulder tendinitis
Boone Logan left Friday's game after feeling something in his elbow, and manager Joe Girardi revealed after the game that setup man David Robertson has shoulder tendinitis and could be unavailable for the next five or six days.
9/6/2013 | Girardi: Youk unlikely to play again this season
On Thursday, Yankees manager Joe Girardi said it wasn't probable that Kevin Youkilis would return this season.
9/6/2013 | Kluber to throw 75-80 pitches in start vs. Mets
The Indians are down one starter, but they are on the verge of bringing another back into the fold. Right-hander Corey Kluber is on schedule to be activated from the 15-day disabled list on Saturday for a start against the Mets in the second tilt of the current three-game Interleague series.
9/6/2013 | Marlins see significant drop in speed this season
When the Marlins won the World Series in 2003, they had speedsters in Juan Pierre and Luis Castillo causing havoc at the top of their order. This year, speed hasn't been much of a weapon for Miami.
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