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6/26/2016 | Bregman, Hernandez to be called up to Triple-A

The Astros plan to send top prospect Alex Bregman and outfield prospect Teoscar Hernandez to Triple-A Fresno following Tuesday's Texas League All-Star Game, where both will play representing the Corpus Christi Hooks.

6/26/2016 | Aces high: Thor, Arrieta back in action on MLB.TV

Noah Syndergaard leads the Mets into an important series with the first-place Nationals, while Jake Arrieta and Troy Tulowitzki return to ballparks that contain happy memories for both players.

6/26/2016 | Week Ahead: MLB visits Fort Bragg

The stage is set for Sunday, when the first professional contest of any sport will be played on an active military base. And what a stage it is. The location is Fort Bragg, the United States Army installation in North Carolina, and the sparkling, newly constructed 12,500-seat ballpark that will host the Atlanta Braves and Miami Marlins.

6/26/2016 | Kuhl debut! Bucs' rookie outduels Kershaw

Sparked by one rookie on the mound and another in right field, the Pirates beat the seemingly unbeatable Clayton Kershaw on Sunday night at PNC Park, riding a four-run second inning to a 4-3 victory over the Dodgers.

6/26/2016 | Marlins' infield on best defensive stretch in a century

The Marlins defense has secured the ball well over their recent hot streak, and it made history in Sunday's 6-1 win over the Cubs at Marlins Park. Per STATS LLC, Miami's infield has gone 26 straight games without recording an error dating back to May 30, which marks the most consecutive games without an error by an infield since 1913.

6/26/2016 | 5 reasons not to count out the White Sox

Shortstop Tim Anderson's energy and impact is the biggest of our five reasons you better not write off the White Sox, who start a three-game series with the Twins on Tuesday.

6/26/2016 | Slugging O's in sight of June home run record

Earl Weaver would be proud. The high-octane Orioles crushed three more home runs on Sunday, giving them 51 this month, just four shy of the Major League record for June with three games still to go.

6/26/2016 | Cole progressing, but return date uncertain

Pirates ace Gerrit Cole is making progress in his recovery from a strained right triceps, but his return to Pittsburgh's rotation doesn't appear to be imminent.

6/26/2016 | Marte's sac fly caps Halos' comeback vs. A's

Jefry Marte scored Mike Trout on a sac fly with one out in the ninth inning as the Angels enjoyed a walk-off win over the A's, 7-6, to snap a six-game losing streak. It was the fourth walk-off win for the Halos this season.

6/26/2016 | Giants walk off for NL-best 49th victory

Conor Gillaspie's one-out double broke a ninth-inning tie Sunday to lift the San Francisco Giants to an 8-7 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. The decision gave Giants manager Bruce Bochy his 800th career win, making him the franchise's fourth skipper to reach that level, and gave San Francisco its National League-high 49th victory.

6/26/2016 | Reyes plays first game with Class A Brooklyn

It was hours before game time, and the Class A Brooklyn Cyclones were taking batting practice. Five Brooklyn players were scattered to the right of the BP cage, their necks rotating in unison to follow the flight of the ball. The back of their navy blue warm-ups bared numbers: 10, 44, 3, 33. And, to the far right, a four-time All Star clad in blue and orange shorts kneeled on one knee. No. 7.

6/26/2016 | Sales pitch: Ventura calls ace best in the AL

Robin Ventura was listening to a reporter's question following a 5-2 White Sox victory over the Blue Jays on Sunday, when the manager interrupted before he could finish.

6/26/2016 | Roark comes through when needed most

What the Washington Nationals needed to snap their seven-game losing streak was simple: A very strong performance from their starting pitcher. The starting rotation is the fundamental strength of the Nationals. But it hadn't functioned at that level in losses at Miller Park Friday night and Saturday. Sunday, though, the Nats received the start that they wanted and needed.

6/26/2016 | Record-tying BTS run ends at 49 games

Terry Sims was just eight picks away from $5.6 million, but bad luck on Sunday ended his record-tying 49-game run in's Beat the Streak contest.

6/26/2016 | Davis' slam sets tone for O's big offensive day

Orioles slugger Chris Davis had the option to take Sunday off to get two days of rest with Monday's off-day looming. It wasn't an ideal matchup against Rays lefty Drew Smyly, whom he entered 2-for-16 against with 10 strikeouts and two home runs in his career.

6/26/2016 | Verlander: Outing vs. Tribe 'obviously horrible'

Back on May 3, after allowing seven runs to the Indians, Justin Verlander tweeted that he was going to dominate soon. In the following nine starts, he posted a 5-2 record and 2.34 ERA, looking like the Verlander of old.

6/26/2016 | Teixeira snaps career-long HR drought

Mark Teixeira slugged his fourth home run of the year in the eighth inning off the Twins' Tyler Duffey, accounting for New York's only run in a 7-1 loss. It was Teixeira's first homer since April 13 at Toronto, a span of 147 at-bats that represents the longest drought of his career.

6/26/2016 | Perdomo's confidence increasing in rotation

Padres manager Andy Green remembers the first time Luis Perdomo stepped on the mound in a Padres' uniform.

6/26/2016 | Nimmo unable to jump-start Mets in MLB debut

Brandon Nimmo alone cannot save the Mets, who dropped a 5-2 game to the Braves on Sunday in his Major League debut. Finishing 0-for-4, the club's No. 4 prospect was far from the only non-contributor.

6/26/2016 | 8 picks away, BTS leader banks on LeMahieu

Terry Sims is just eight picks away in's Beat the Streak contest from doing what has never been done: claiming the $5.6 million prize for correctly selecting a player to get a hit on a given day 57 consecutive times, in honor of Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hitting streak in 1941.

6/26/2016 | Cain close to starting rehab assignment

Right-hander Matt Cain, who hasn't pitched for the Giants since June 13, could be ready to make an injury rehabilitation appearance by late next week, manager Bruce Bochy said Sunday.

6/26/2016 | Smooth sailing for Sale in MLB-best 13th win

Chris Sale pitched like an ace when the White Sox desperately needed him.

6/26/2016 | Tomlin continues impressive run by Tribe arms

Josh Tomlin took note of his teammates' recent run of three complete games in four outings. He did his best to deliver one of his own Sunday, but came up just short as he allowed three runs over eight innings in the Indians' 9-3 win over the Tigers.

6/26/2016 | Phillies not moving Herrera out of center field

Phillies manager Pete Mackanin said nobody should read into Odubel Herrera taking fly balls in right field Saturday afternoon at AT&T Park. He said it's not a wakeup call. He said Herrera is not going anywhere.

6/26/2016 | Chatwood eyes rehab assignment this week

Rockies right-hander Tyler Chatwood hopes to leave for a Minor League rehab assignment on Thursday as he completes his comeback from a back strain.

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