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8/12/2013 | Newly acquired Carroll dons Royals uniform
Less than a week after visiting Kauffman Stadium with the Twins, Jamey Carroll is in a Royals uniform, though he was not in the starting lineup on Monday night against the Marlins.

8/12/2013 | Pirates plan to call up Lambo on Tuesday
Andrew Lambo, whose 31 homers in 117 games are tied for the most in all of Minor League baseball, will have his contract selected by the Pirates and be in St. Louis for Tuesday's start of a three-game series on Tuesday.

8/12/2013 | Astros send veteran reliever Wright to Rays
The Astros continued their roster overhaul, trading veteran lefty Wesley Wright to Tampa Bay for cash considerations, the team announced on Monday.

8/12/2013 | Relentless week helps Belt capture NL honor
After collecting a hit in each of his seven games last week, Giants first baseman Brandon Belt was named the National League Player of the Week. Belt hit .440 (11-for-25) and led the NL in total bases (20) and runs scored (eight). He was tied for second in home runs (two) and hits, and turned in the NL's eighth-best slugging percentage (.800).

8/12/2013 | Darvish's no-no bid had a catch to it
Rangers catcher A.J. Pierzynski was thrown out of Monday's game in the sixth inning by home-plate umpire Ron Kulpa in a dispute about balls and strikes.

8/12/2013 | Former Cuban MVP Abreu said to defect
Twenty-six-year-old Jose Abreu has defected from his native country of Cuba and could be attractive to a number of teams, according to an ESPN.com report.

8/12/2013 | Darvish K's career-high 15, flirts with no-hitter
Yu Darvish lost his catcher and his perfect game in the sixth inning, and then his no-hitter in the eighth, but he still pitched the Rangers to a 2-1 victory over the Astros on Monday afternoon at Minute Maid Park.

8/12/2013 | Tribe places Reynolds on release waivers
The Indians on Monday placed Mark Reynolds on release waivers for the purpose of granting the slugging corner infielder his unconditional release. Reynolds was designated for assignment on Thursday.

8/12/2013 | Utilityman Rosales reclaimed by Rangers
Adam Rosales was on the move again Monday, rejoining his old team. His other old team, the Rangers, who reclaimed the utility infielder days after designating him for assignment.

8/12/2013 | Altuve, Castro rest in finale due to nagging injuries
Second baseman Jose Altuve was scratched with a sore left quad, and catcher Jason Castro missed his second straight game as he deals with a bruised hip. Outfielder L.J. Hoes received the day off after starting 11 straight games since being traded to the Astros on July 31.

8/12/2013 | Sale slows down first-place Tigers, goes distance
The White Sox tallied three runs in the fifth inning to overtake the Tigers and post a 6-2 victory in Monday night's series opener at U.S. Cellular Field. Left-hander Chris Sale went the distance for his fourth complete game of the season to pick up the win.

8/12/2013 | In wake of incident, Jones concerned with player safety
A day after he tweeted on his personal account that a banana was thrown at him by a fan during the ninth inning of Sunday's victory over the Giants at AT&T Park, Orioles center fielder Adam Jones said he was more concerned with his own safety and that of his fellow players than the incident in particular.

8/12/2013 | Once unheralded, Siegrist thriving with Cards
Kevin Siegrist's journey to the big leagues -- where he has fashioned a 0.84 ERA over his first 23 appearances for the Cardinals -- was an extraordinary trek.

8/12/2013 | Atlanta RBI routs St. Louis for first win
When RBI softball play picked up on Monday morning at Neiman Sports Complex, one team was guaranteed its first win and another its first loss.

8/12/2013 | Three up, three down: Crawford boosting hot Dodgers
Finally feeling healthy, Carl Crawford has given the Dodgers an expected boost from the leadoff spot. Crawford started for the eighth time in the last nine games on Sunday, helping the Dodgers to their eighth win in that stretch.

8/12/2013 | Pick six: Stretch run evaluation time for Crew
With seven weeks remaining in the regular season, there are reasons to keep an eye on the Brewers as they evaluate for the 2014 campaign.

8/12/2013 | Quick-adjusting Trout reaches new heights
In a game that asks so much of its sophomores, in terms of the litany of adjustments that must be made the more the league gets to know you, how has Mike Trout improved upon an age-20 season that was nothing short of historic?

8/12/2013 | McGowan yet to begin throwing program
It's been a week and a half since Dustin McGowan was placed on the 15-day disabled list, and the oft-injured pitcher has yet to begin a throwing program during his rehab schedule.

8/12/2013 | Red Sox's patience resulting in good things
The Red Sox don't have a hitter contending for the Major League lead in homers or RBIs like Miguel Cabrera or Chris Davis, but what they do have is a collection of hitters who take pride in grinding out at-bats with a patient approach that results in many pitches being thrown.

8/12/2013 | A's sport two-man bench due to Crisp, Norris ailments
The A's sported a two-man bench for Monday's series finale in Toronto, with catcher Derek Norris and outfielder Coco Crisp unavailable due to injuries.

8/12/2013 | In Myers, swagger comes as natural as talent
Wil Myers is certainly not lacking for confidence. But it would be a mistake to misconstrue Myers as cocky, those close to him insist.

8/12/2013 | J-Up reaches out to BTS participant Bryan
After learning that his hitless performance on Saturday had ended Will Bryan's run in Beat the Streak, Justin Upton invited Bryan and his family to Friday night's game, and there likely will be a chance for a meeting beforehand.

8/12/2013 | Discomfort in the past, McCann back in action
After missing the final two games of the weekend series against the Marlins, Brian McCann returned to the lineup on Monday night with the hope that he had taken the steps necessary to avoid the lingering discomfort in his right knee that plagued him last year.

8/12/2013 | Hamels leads the way in securing Manuel's 1,000th win
The champagne has been on ice much longer than expected, but Charlie Manuel finally got to celebrate his 1,000th win as manager. It happened on Monday, when the Phillies enjoyed a 5-1 victory over the Braves at Turner Field.

8/12/2013 | Doc's first rehab start on tap for Thursday
Roy Halladay is scheduled to make his first rehab start on Thursday with the Rookie-level Gulf Coast League Phillies, and he might have only two Minor League outings before rejoining the Phillies' rotation.


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