7/13/2013 | O'Sullivan soaks in San Diego homecoming
San Diego native Sean O'Sullivan relished pitching for the team he grew up rooting for on Friday.
7/13/2013 | Marquis' walks don't concern Balsley
Jason Marquis has issued 65 walks this season, more than any pitcher in the Major Leagues.
7/13/2013 | Wainwright looks to notch league-leading 13th win
Adam Wainwright will try to notch his 13th victory before heading into the All-Star break. Left-hander Travis Wood hopes to keep his own hot streak going at Wrigley Field on Sunday at 7:05 p.m. CT.
7/13/2013 | Zito aims to follow Lincecum's no-no with quality start
A day after Tim Lincecum's no-hitter, Barry Zito looks to record his first quality start on the road in the finale game before the All-Star break. Eric Stults, who has been dominant at Petco Park, will look to erase the sour taste in the Padres' mouths.
7/13/2013 | Adams excelling as Holliday's temporary replacement
Matt Adams is adjusting to the role of lineup "fill-in" for the Cardinals, who are playing the rest of this series against the Cubs at Wrigley Field without injured star left fielder Matt Holliday.
7/13/2013 | FREAK SHOW: Lincecum no-hits Padres
Tim Lincecum threw the first no-hitter of his career, striking out 13 batters against the Padres Saturday at Petco Park in a 9-0 win. He threw 148 pitches in the 15th no-hitter in Giants history.
7/13/2013 | Big boppers ready to take their swings in Derby
The All-Star appetizer that is the Chevrolet Home Run Derby takes place Monday night at 8 p.m. ET, with a national broadcast on ESPN. Prince Fielder -- a man who in both body and swing seems born for this very event -- will seek to defend his crown.
7/13/2013 | Make-A-Wish children receive All-Star treatment
Major League Baseball welcomed seven Make-A-Wish children and their families at a reception in New York on Saturday. They will have VIP access to the All-Star FanFest, Sunday's SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game, Monday's Chevrolet Home Run Derby and Tuesday's All-Star Game.
7/13/2013 | Molina gets break from slump, rests knee
Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina, who turned 31 on Saturday, got the night off after making his first back-to-back starts since sitting two straight games last weekend trying to heal up from inflammation in his right knee.
7/13/2013 | Blackmon making most of opportunities
While the starters get the bulk of the recognition, a baseball season is lengthy and forces teams to rely on contributions from their role players. In his past couple of starts, Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon has stepped up.
7/13/2013 | Nady impressing Rockies in Minor Leagues
Whether Xavier Nady, who was released by the Kansas City Royals and signed a Minor League contract with the Rockies on June 30, ever cracks the Rockies' roster remains to be seen, but the outfielder is making a strong impression on the organization.
7/13/2013 | Rockies have running game in high gear
After stealing 100 bases in 2013, ranking 19th in the Major Leagues, the Rockies entered Saturday's game having stolen 69 bases this season, which ranks fifth in baseball and third in the National League.
7/13/2013 | New scoreboard, signage not going up this season
The unanimous approval by the Commission on Chicago Landmarks last week of a video scoreboard in left field and new signage in right at Wrigley Field is just one step, and even if the Cubs get the go-ahead by other city commissions this year, they won't be able to install the signage this season.
7/13/2013 | Wainwright unlikely to pitch in All-Star Game
Nothing is finalized, but Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright is likely to decline the opportunity to pitch in the All-Star Game on Tuesday in New York.
7/13/2013 | Crawford sits out again with sore back
Dodgers outfielder Carl Crawford is still dealing with a sore lower back, and was out of the lineup for a fourth straight game on Saturday.
7/13/2013 | Sore hip forces Puig to bench vs. Rockies
Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig, nursing a bruised left hip, was out of the lineup on Saturday against the Rockies after playing through the injury for over a week.
7/13/2013 | Former Mets greats celebrate diversity in MLB
Major League Baseball celebrated Heritage Day at the Jacob K. Javits Center by giving fans a chance to learn about the diversity in the game through exhibits and presentations. Vera Clemente and Sharon Robinson conducted Q&A's, while Mookie Wilson and Edgardo Alfonzo were on hand to celebrate the event.
7/13/2013 | Cubs players give Bryant special welcome to Wrigley
Kris Bryant not only got to take a few swings at Wrigley Field on Friday, but the current roster of Cubs players took some swings at him, in a friendly way.
7/13/2013 | Locke scratched from Sunday start, All-Star Game
All-Star left-hander Jeff Locke was a double-scratch Saturday: After experiencing some lower back stiffness following his most recent start, he was removed from his scheduled start on Sunday as well as from the National League roster for Tuesday's All-Star Game.
7/13/2013 | Pirates not planning to shut down Cole early
While scaling each rung of the Pirates' Minor League ladder last year, Gerrit Cole totaled 132 innings. In Sunday's start against the Mets -- an unexpected assignment to give scheduled pitcher Jeff Locke's tight lower back additional time to quiet down -- Cole in all likelihood will cross the 110-inning mark for this season.
7/13/2013 | Greinke dominates Rox with fourth career shutout
Zack Greinke was in peak form again on Saturday night and fired his fourth career shutout to lead the Dodgers past the Rockies, 1-0, in a pitchers' duel at Dodger Stadium.
7/13/2013 | Cubs' Futures Game alumni cheering on Alcantara
On Sunday, Cubs prospect Arismendy Alcantara will play in the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game. Futures Game alumni Alfonso Soriano and Welington Castillo will be cheering him on, knowing just how important this event is.
7/13/2013 | Schierholtz rests on Saturday, will likely sit Sunday
Cubs outfielder Nate Schierholtz did not start Saturday because he's a little "banged up," manager Dale Sveum said, and most likely will not play Sunday to give him time to heal some nagging injuries.
7/13/2013 | Nolasco makes Dodgers home debut in first-half finale
Ricky Nolasco makes his home debut for the Dodgers on Sunday against Jhoulys Chacin and the Rockies in the final game of the season's first half.
7/13/2013 | Soriano, Valbuena homer to help Garza sink Cards
Luis Valbuena smacked a two-run home run and Alfonso Soriano hit a solo shot and a double Saturday night to power Matt Garza and the Cubs to a 6-4 win over the Cardinals in front of 42,240, the largest crowd of the season at Wrigley Field.
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