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7/9/2014 | Collins issues successful challenge; call overturned

Just 11 pitches into right-hander Dillon Gee's return from the disabled list Wednesday night, the Mets benefited from another successful replay challenge against the Braves.

7/9/2014 | Desmond discusses his present, future with Nats caught up with Ian Desmond before Wednesday's game against the Orioles to talk about his season and his future with the Nationals.

7/9/2014 | Pujols' late blast rescues Angels for series win

Albert Pujols' seventh-inning two-run homer made up for C.J. Wilson's rocky outing and the Angels' shaky defense as Los Angeles beat Toronto, 8-7, on Wednesday at Angel Stadium.

7/9/2014 | Nieuwenhuis, Abreu swinging well, start vs. righty

The Mets value the offensive flexibility afforded to them by carrying an extra outfielder, and Wednesday against the Braves and right-hander Ervin Santana, manager Terry Collins took advantage of that flexibility. Left-handed hitters Bobby Abreu and Kirk Nieuwenhuis started in left and center field, respectively.

7/9/2014 | BP mishap leaves Beltran with facial fractures

Carlos Beltran sustained two small facial fractures in a batting-practice mishap on Wednesday afternoon, but the Yankees are hopeful that the veteran switch-hitter will avoid a trip to the disabled list.

7/9/2014 | Yanks can only hope DL trip a small setback for Tanaka

Pitchers like Masahiro Tanaka don't come along that often, so until he's back on the mound looking like the guy who started 11-1, the Yankees will hold their breath.

7/9/2014 | Amaro not likely to trade Hamels

General manager Ruben Amaro Jr. has said some Phillies players are more untouchable than others as the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline approaches. Cole Hamels is one of the most untouchable players.

7/9/2014 | Braun gets another day to rest back; can pinch-hit

Outfielder Ryan Braun was held out of Wednesday's starting lineup rather than risk another recurrence of the back problems that have plagued him since last weekend.

7/9/2014 | Phillies back stellar Hernandez with power

The Phillies limped into Milwaukee on Monday as losers of 13 of their previous 16 games, but they have won the first three games of their four-game series against the National League Central-leading Brewers at Miller Park, including Wednesday's 4-1 victory.

7/9/2014 | Reds' bench starting to make its mark

In the early part of the season, the Reds' bench was often underused and at times did not produce the desired results. Neither point could be made lately, however. With Joey Votto on the disabled list and a doubleheader on Tuesday, reserve players have been needed more than ever by the Reds. And they've answered the bell.

7/9/2014 | Fredi planning to keep Gattis behind plate

Catcher Evan Gattis seemingly provided a sign of encouragement when he crouched behind the plate to field a few between-innings warmup pitches during Tuesday night's game against the Mets. But Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez said he still does not expect Gattis to be activated from the disabled list immediately after the All-Star break next week.

7/9/2014 | Reports: No. 3 pick Rodon close to joining White Sox

Tweets from a reporter at WRAL in Raleigh, N.C., indicated that Carlos Rodon, the White Sox top pick in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft and third pick overall, has signed with the club and will take his physical on Friday.

7/9/2014 | Jones all about having a good time at Derby

The least of O's All-Star outfielder Adam Jones' concerns is that participating in the Gillette Home Run Derby is going to mess up his swing.

7/9/2014 | Gee sharp in return, upbeat Mets win fourth straight

Travis d'Arnaud's game-breaking two-run homer in the seventh inning helped make a winner out of Dillon Gee, who was sharp in his first start back from a two-month stay on the disabled list. Facing the minimum over his first five innings, Gee did not crack for a run until B.J. Upton's two-out RBI double in the sixth. He needed just 79 pitches to complete seven innings, departing to a standing ovation after allowing the first two batters in the eighth to reach base.

7/9/2014 | Gordon may miss All-Star Game with wrist sprain

Royals left fielder Alex Gordon has a sprained right wrist, but manager Ned Yost does not expect him to go on the disabled list. Gordon was scratched from the starting lineup on Wednesday night, but played in the last inning as a defensive replacement vs. the Rays.

7/9/2014 | Upton enjoying Final Vote experience, club's support

As they wore #VoteJUP T-shirts during batting practice before Wednesday night's game against the Mets, the Braves showed their support for Justin Upton's bid to win the National League portion of this year's Final Vote Sponsored by Experian.

7/9/2014 | Vazquez's dream of reaching Majors comes true

The cannon arm of Christian Vazquez is now on full display for the Red Sox, as the catcher made his Major League debut on Wednesday night at Fenway Park against the White Sox.

7/9/2014 | Kelly cleared, will start Friday vs. Brewers

Joe Kelly rejoined the Cardinals on Wednesday and made it official that he will come off the DL on Friday to start the opener in Milwaukee. It will be his first start since April 16, when he was injured, not counting the three rehab outings he completed with Triple-A Memphis.

7/9/2014 | It's official: Liriano to return in Cincinnati

Francisco Liriano will make his comeback start on Sunday in Cincinnati, bumping Vance Worley into the bullpen for the final series prior to the All-Star break.

7/9/2014 | Escobar slated to return to Rays for Jays set

Shortstop Yunel Escobar, who has been on the 15-day disabled list with right shoulder soreness, is slated to return to the Rays on Friday night for the series opener against the Blue Jays at Tropicana Field.

7/9/2014 | Uehara tabbed to replace Tanaka on AL squad

At the age of 39 years old, Red Sox closer Koji Uehara will experience the joy of being an All-Star for the first time in his Major League career.

7/9/2014 | Vargas undergoes successful appendectomy

Royals left-hander Jason Vargas underwent a successful appendectomy on Wednesday night after becoming ill following Tuesday night's start against the Rays.

7/9/2014 | Indians counting on Masterson in second half

The Indians' goal is to give Justin Masterson the next two weeks on the disabled list to not only rest his inflamed right knee, but to tackle the mechanical inconsistencies that have plagued him this season.

7/9/2014 | Light-hitting Padres spread out home runs

By no means are the Padres known at all for their home run prowess. But though they are ranked 14th in the National League in homers, no other team in the Majors has as many players with home runs as San Diego.

7/9/2014 | Down in extras, D-backs walk off on Goldy's knock

Paul Goldschmidt proved once again why he's the D-backs' lone representative on the National League's All-Star team, drilling a game-winning two-run double in the bottom of the 10th inning on Wednesday to give his club a 4-3 comeback victory over the Marlins at Chase Field.

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