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5/21/2013 | Vogelsong, Casilla to DL; Pill, Rosario up
The Giants performed roster maintenance in the wake of Ryan Vogelsong's fractured throwing hand, placing Vogelsong and reliever Santiago Casilla on the disabled list Tuesday. First baseman Brett Pill and right-hander Sandy Rosario were recalled from Triple-A Fresno to fill the roster openings.

5/21/2013 | With more polish, Tribe's Bauer could thrive
Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer's baseball history is a fascinating story of outstanding pitching highlights, unconventional training techniques, personal conviction, endless commentary and differing opinions.

5/21/2013 | College under his belt, Wilson ready for Draft
Austin Wilson, the 6-foot-5, 245-pound Stanford junior and likely first-round pick, will find out what his next step will be at the 2013 First-Year Player Draft, to be held June 6-8.

5/21/2013 | Official release: Yanks, Man City get MLS team
Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber announced today that a partnership of global sports powers, Manchester City Football Club and the New York Yankees, has acquired the League's 20th expansion club. The new team will be named New York City Football Club (NYCFC) and expects to begin play in 2015.

5/21/2013 | Miggy easy choice to start All-Star Game ... right?
You'd have to assume there isn't a discerning fan alive who would, at this moment, not vote Cabrera to be the starting third baseman on the AL All-Star team. It's a no-doubt-about-it no-brainer. I mean, it's not like there's some kid in his age-20 season who is deemed by the advance metrics to actually be having a season comparable to that of Cabrera, right?

5/21/2013 | Baseball dignitaries will represent at '13 Draft
A star-studded cast of accomplished baseball legends will be on hand for the first day of the First-Year Player Draft on June 6, as the league welcomes its next crop of top prospects.

5/21/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: May 21
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.

5/21/2013 | Adjustments come on the fly for relief pitchers
In the world of relievers, there is no time off and every game brings with it the potential of an appearance. They don't get a break between outings like starting pitchers where, if they falter, they can take time to fine-tune their mechanics. Instead, relievers are always one call away from going into the game, so it's impossible to work out issues in a bullpen session when they could pitch that night.

5/21/2013 | TiVo becomes latest of many ways to view MLB.TV
TiVo joined MLB Advanced Media on Tuesday in announcing the availability of the MLB.TV app on any of the TiVo Premiere DVRs.

5/21/2013 | Mattheus to disabled list with broken hand
Nationals reliever Ryan Mattheus is expected to miss several weeks with a fractured right (pitching) hand after he slammed it into his locker following Sunday's 13-4 loss at San Diego.

5/21/2013 | Outfielders in Draft have considerable potential
There is some serious talent among the outfielders available in next month's First-Year Player Draft, with perhaps as many as seven, from both high schools and colleges, who are candidates to go in the first round. But some have a long way to go in their development.

5/21/2013 | Miggy's HR extends BTS leader's streak to 44
Tuesday night was big for Aaron Brown after Miguel Cabrera's two-run homer over the center-field fence in the sixth inning extended the Tigers fan's streak to a season-best 44 games.

5/21/2013 | Moore native Hefner has hometown in his thoughts
The town where Jeremy Hefner spent the early part of his life has become unrecognizable. After a devastating tornado ravaged Moore, Okla., on Monday, Hefner watched the horrifying images of the destroyed town with an increasingly helpless feeling.

5/21/2013 | Vogelsong gets win, but breaks hand vs. Nats
Ryan Vogelsong pitched five shutout innings Monday night but left the game with an fractured right hand, sustained while batting, in the Giants' 8-0 triumph over the Washington Nationals.

5/21/2013 | D-backs cruise behind Corbin's three-hitter
Left-hander Patrick Corbin became just the third visiting pitcher in the history of Coors Field to strike out 10 or more in a complete-game win, holding the Rockies to one run on three hits to lead the D-backs to a 5-1 victory on Monday night.

5/21/2013 | Hamstring tightness Victorino's latest nagging injury
Shane Victorino keeps coming back from nagging injuries, only to have another one crop up. It happened again in Monday's 6-4 loss to the White Sox, as the right fielder had to leave the game in the bottom of the sixth inning with tightness in his left hamstring.

5/21/2013 | Family of Padres' Hinch safe after Okla. tornadoes
Padres vice president and assistant general manager A.J. Hinch, an Oklahoma native, has family that lives where Monday's deadly tornadoes hit, but everyone was safe.

5/21/2013 | Vogelsong out four to six weeks with broken hand
Giants right-hander Ryan Vogelsong fractured two bones and sustained a dislocated joint in the pinkie finger of his right hand, injuries sustained while batting, in the Giants' 8-0 victory over the Washington Nationals. He will undergo surgery Tuesday at Stanford Hospital and is expected to be sidelined four to six weeks.

5/20/2013 | Tornado tragedy resonates throughout big leagues
Baseball once again found itself mourning tragedy in the real world on Monday, when a devastating tornado ripped apart Moore, Okla., and took the lives of at least 51 people.

5/20/2013 | A's faith in Donaldson's versatility paying off
Josh Donaldson isn't just playing third base for the A's. At the moment, he's among the best in the game, his name dotted across the leaderboard with Miguel Cabrera, Adrian Beltre, Evan Longoria, Manny Machado and others.

5/20/2013 | Kemp unnerved by tornado's havoc in Oklahoma
Matt Kemp is from Oklahoma City and was shaken after reading first-hand accounts from family and friends of the destruction in the wake of Monday's monster tornado.

5/20/2013 | Deep-sixed: Lester roughed up, takes first loss
Jon Lester kept getting two outs, only to give up a big hit after that. The offense kept knocking on the door, and the one big hit that would have changed the game never came. It added up to a 6-4 loss to the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field in the opener of a three-game series.

5/20/2013 | How it's Dunn: Slugger's homer sparks White Sox
Adam Dunn continued his hot streak, when he belted a two-out, three-run home run in the first inning during the White Sox 6-4 win over the Red Sox at U.S. Cellular Field on Monday night.

5/20/2013 | With Cueto back, steadily rolling Reds are even better
The team with the second-best record and second-best run differential in the NL added an elite starting pitcher to its rotation on Monday. And though Johnny Cueto didn't look much like the man who was a Cy Young candidate a year ago, on this night it didn't matter. He did enough, and got enough help, for Cincinnati to rack up win No. 27 in 45 tries.

5/20/2013 | Knee improved, Harper back in action
Following two days off to rest his left knee, Bryce Harper returned to the Nationals lineup for Monday's series opener at the Giants.


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