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7/19/2013 | Lohse's gem, two home runs lead Brewers to win
Kyle Lohse started a new quality start streak by delivering six scoreless innings, Juan Francisco hit his 12th home run of the season and Carlos Gomez added his 15th of the year to bust out of his slump and help the Brewers to a 2-0 win over the Marlins at steamy Miller Park on Friday night.

7/19/2013 | Tribe eyeing Tuesday return for McAllister
Zach McAllister stood in front of his locker inside the visitors' clubhouse at Target Field and declared himself ready to return to the Indians' rotation. The team plans on waiting until after the pitcher's next bullpen session to make its final decision.

7/19/2013 | Kipnis proud to play behind Mariano in ASG
There were times when Jason Kipnis had trouble getting to his locker inside the American League's clubhouse during All-Star week. That was due to the fact that Yankees closer Mariano Rivera was positioned in the adjacent stall.

7/19/2013 | Gomes thrilled by encouragement from Pele
Yan Gomes is currently the face of baseball in his home country of Brazil. The face of sports in his homeland simply goes by one name: Pele. Over the break, Pele tweeted kind words in support of his baseball-playing countryman.

7/19/2013 | Injury updates: Forsythe 'good to go'
The All-Star break provided some much needed rest for ailing Padres players. Logan Forsythe, Kyle Blanks and Clayton Richard have different injuries to deal with, but they all improved over the break.

7/19/2013 | Despite not playing, Cabrera relishes All-Star experience
Everth Cabrera may not have had an opportunity to play in his first All-Star Game, but the Padres shortstop is banking on a return trip to accomplish that goal.

7/19/2013 | Headley looks to improve at new spot in lineup
Chase Headley found himself in unfamiliar territory Friday in St. Louis, as the Padres' third baseman was slotted at the second spot in the order for the first time since June 2011.

7/19/2013 | Eovaldi hopes for more consistency vs. Gallardo, Crew
Miami's Nathan Eovaldi, who has five quality starts in his five outings this season, takes on Yovani Gallardo and the Brewers in the second of a three-game set at Miller Park on Saturday night.

7/19/2013 | Westbrook takes care of Padres at the dish, on the hill
Jake Westbrook spun a quality start over 6 1/3 frames in the Cardinals' 9-6 win over the Padres on Friday, and he compiled the first multihit game of his career with a 3-for-3 night.

7/19/2013 | Ramirez to make start for Mariners on Tuesday
The Mariners haven't officially announced their pitching rotation beyond this weekend's series with the Astros, but manager Eric Wedge said Erasmo Ramirez will be recalled from Class A Everett to start Tuesday against the Indians at Safeco Field.

7/19/2013 | Ibanez hoping to remain with Mariners
Raul Ibanez's prodigious first half with the Mariners has resulted in his name coming up as a potential trade-deadline candidate for a contending team, but the outfielder said Friday he's had no discussions on that topic with general manager Jack Zduriencik and isn't looking to leave Seattle.

7/19/2013 | Mariners offense rolling in July
The Mariners ranked 13th in the American League in batting average and tied for 11th in runs out of 15 teams in the first half, but the club has taken a big step up in the first two weeks of July.

7/19/2013 | Luetge returns to his Texas roots
Lucas Luetge grew up about two hours from Minute Maid Park and attended college in Houston, but the reliever's experience in the park was limited to one inning in a game while playing for Rice University in a tournament, until he made the trip with the Mariners for this weekend's series.

7/19/2013 | On rehab assignment, Walker hopes for Monday return
Pirates second baseman Neil Walker began the last step in his return from right side soreness on Friday, when he started a rehab assignment with Triple-A Indianapolis.

7/19/2013 | Grilli first Pirate to grace SI cover since 1992
Just over 35 years ago, Pirates manager Clint Hurdle -- then a player with Kansas City -- graced the March 3, 1978 cover of Sports Illustrated. Now, he and Jason Grilli have a little more in common, as the Pittsburgh closer is featured nationally on the most recent cover of the iconic magazine.

7/19/2013 | Iwakuma hopes to earn series victory vs. Astros
All-Star Hisashi Iwakuma will make his second-half debut against left-hander Erik Bedard and the Astros on Saturday night at Minute Maid Park in Houston.

7/19/2013 | Ramirez cautious as DL stint nears conclusion
Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez wants to get his latest return from the disabled list right. If that means waiting beyond Monday, the first day he's eligible to return from a left knee injury, then he will wait.

7/19/2013 | Braun returns after stint on bereavement list
Ryan Braun declined to detail the family medical emergency that sent him home to Los Angeles and onto the Brewers' bereavement list for four days prior to the All-Star break, but he said he was ready to get back to baseball as the team opened the second half against the Marlins on Friday night at Miller Park.

7/19/2013 | All-Stars Gomez, Segura found time for rest
The Brewers' two All-Star representatives left New York after the Midsummer Classic on Tuesday night and took most of Wednesday and Thursday to catch up on rest -- Carlos Gomez spent much of Wednesday with family at the Wisconsin Dells water parks.

7/19/2013 | Estrada's rehab back on track
Right-hander Marco Estrada, whose comeback was slowed before the All-Star break by back tightness, threw a successful bullpen session on Thursday, according to manager Ron Roenicke, and will throw sessions on Saturday and Sunday, followed by live batting practice three days later.

7/19/2013 | Infante not expected to return for Royals set
Tigers infielder Omar Infante has a locker with his number in the visiting clubhouse at Kauffman Stadium, but it's empty. Instead, he remained in Florida on Friday doing rehab work on his sprained left ankle.

7/19/2013 | Downs progressing, able to throw off mound
While lefty reliever Darin Downs was able to spend the All-Star break with his family in Michigan, he also spent the week making progress in his rehab from left shoulder rotator cuff tendinitis. He threw off the mound on Wednesday and Friday.

7/19/2013 | Mariano's All-Star finale highlight for Leyland
The ovation honoring Yankees closer Mariano Rivera before the bottom of the eighth inning on Tuesday at Citi Field, in particular, was one of the better moments in All-Star Game history, according to Tigers manager Jim Leyland.

7/19/2013 | Leyland becomes fan of White Sox ace Sale
As far as Tigers manager Jim Leyland is concerned, the benches-clearing incident with the White Sox has been smoothed over after Leyland and lefty Chris Sale spoke in New York this week during All-Star festivities.

7/19/2013 | Miller goes deep twice to lead Mariners past Astros
Rookie shortstop Brad Miller launched the first two home runs of his career and Joe Saunders won his fourth straight decision Friday night as the Mariners opened their second half of the season with a 10-7 victory over the Astros at Minute Maid Park.


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