9/21/2013 | Ramirez expected to make next start in Seattle
Mariners right-hander Erasmo Ramirez was removed from Friday night's start in the seventh inning after feeling some tightness in his right groin muscle, but the 23-year-old was feeling better Saturday, and manager Eric Wedge expects him to make his next start this coming week.
9/21/2013 | Tribe maintains WC grasp behind Kazmir's 10 K's
After moving into the second American League Wild Card position on Friday, the Indians maintained their grasp of that precious seat on Saturday. For the third day in a row, Cleveland took care of the visiting Astros, winning a 4-1 game in front of a home crowd that's growing more excited by the prospect of postseason baseball with each new day. Scott Kazmir struck out 10 over seven scoreless innings.
9/21/2013 | Boshers, Rasmus adjusting to life in Majors
Although the starting pitching has received a lot of credit for the Angels' recent surge, the bullpen also has been doing its part. And youngsters Buddy Boshers and Cory Rasmus have provided a boost while adjusting to life in the Major Leagues.
9/21/2013 | Shoemaker makes most of first look with Angels
Matt Shoemaker's Major League debut was a day old, but the smile and excitement had yet to leave the face of the 26-year-old right-hander.
9/21/2013 | Grounds crew gets to work after Busch football game
The Busch Stadium grounds crew will be busy this weekend. The Cardinals' ballpark hosted Southeast Missouri and Southern Illinois for its first college football game Saturday, and it left significant wear and tear in the outfield.
9/21/2013 | Craig not expected to return before playoffs
Though Allen Craig continues to show progress as he heals from a foot sprain, the Cardinals are not expecting their first baseman to return to the field before the end of the regular season.
9/21/2013 | Mets provide thunder in rain-shortened win
David Wright and Daniel Murphy both homered and Dillon Gee earned the 'W' in the Mets' rain-shortened 5-4 win over the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park on Saturday night.
9/21/2013 | Rays lefty prospect Romero to make debut Sunday
The Rays are calling up one of their highly touted prospects to start Sunday afternoon against the Orioles. Left-hander Enny Romero, 22, will make his Major League debut against Baltimore at Tropicana Field.
9/21/2013 | Young's future on back burner during Dodgers' run
Dodgers infielder Michael Young is rumored to be considering retirement after this season, but he said he hasn't thought about anything beyond the club's current run into the postseason.
9/21/2013 | Ethier may return in San Francisco
Outfielder Andre Ethier, who turned his left ankle Sept. 3 and hasn't played since Sept. 13, might return during the Dodgers' upcoming series in San Francisco, manager Don Mattingly said Saturday.
9/21/2013 | Grandal pleased with rehab progress
It has only been six weeks since Yasmani Grandal had surgery to repair the ACL in his right knee, but the Padres catcher said his recovery is ahead of schedule and he is already thinking about Spring Training.
9/21/2013 | Forsythe will rest foot before deciding on surgery
Padres infielder Logan Forsythe, who has been limited to five at-bats since Sept. 5 because of pain in his right foot, is still hoping to avoid surgery to fix a nagging case of plantar fasciitis.
9/21/2013 | Mujica out as closer; Cards go with committee
After attempting to let Edward Mujica right himself while continuing to pitch as the team's closer, the Cardinals will, at least temporarily, unplug Mujica from the ninth inning and fill the void with a committee of candidates.
9/21/2013 | White Sox acquire left-handed prospect from Rays
The White Sox acquired left-handed reliever Frank De Los Santos through a trade with the Rays on Saturday for a player to be named or cash.
9/21/2013 | Left-hander Veal finishing 2013 with a flourish
After being sent down to the Minor Leagues twice this season, left-handed reliever Donnie Veal has made the most of his latest opportunity with the White Sox.
9/21/2013 | Semien makes first start at shortstop
After playing 73 games at shortstop in the Minor Leagues this season, White Sox rookie infielder Marcus Semien made his first Major League start at the position on Saturday.
9/21/2013 | Left-hander Danks looks to start '14 even stronger
While White Sox left-hander John Danks didn't have the successful season he hoped for, he will enter the offseason with a healthy shoulder and big goals for the 2014 season.
9/21/2013 | Fields learning what it takes to be successful
His first year in the Major Leagues has been a season of growing pains for Astros reliever Josh Fields, who was taken by the club with the No. 1 overall selection in the 2012 Rule 5 Draft in December from the Red Sox.
9/21/2013 | Gonzalez to give outfield a shot in winter ball
Astros backup shortstop Marwin Gonzalez said Saturday he plans to get some work in the outfield during winter ball this year in Venezuela. Gonzalez said Astros manager Bo Porter asked him when he got called up on Aug. 14 if he wanted to try the outfield.
9/21/2013 | Withrow phones in Dodgers' celebration
Dodgers reliever Chris Withrow was with his wife for the birth of the couple's first child when the Dodgers clinched the National League West title on Thursday in Phoenix, but he was able to watch his teammates celebrate on his phone.
9/21/2013 | Cuddyer hopes to return to lineup Sunday
Rockies right fielder Michael Cuddyer didn't make enough progress to creep back into the lineup Saturday, but is hoping to return for the series finale against the D-backs Sunday.
9/21/2013 | Rosario making strides behind the plate
As a rookie Wilin Rosario struggled defensively, allowing 21 passed balls and making 13 errors in 2012. But Rockies manager Walt Weiss has seen promising improvement from his young catcher in his sophomore year.
9/21/2013 | CarGo believes he deserves Gold Glove
Even with his current lack of activity, Carlos Gonzalez hopes he put together a good enough defensive resume to earn his third Rawlings Gold Glove Award.
9/21/2013 | Dickerson proving to be a weapon on offense
Rockies rookie outfielder Corey Dickerson entered Saturday night's game against the D-backs with six triples -- tied for 10th in the National League -- in 63 games over two callups from Triple-A Colorado Springs. Counting his time in the Minors, Dickerson has 20 triples in 138 games.
9/21/2013 | Blackmon taking advantage of playing time
The Rockies placed Charlie Blackmon in the leadoff spot Saturday night against the D-backs, marking his sixth time at the top of the order in the last 10 games. While he's not a classic leadoff hitter because walks aren't a major part of his game, he has hit .320 (8-for-25) with two doubles and a homer.
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