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6/10/2013 | Young stars Machado, Trout square off in Baltimore
Manny Machado and the Orioles will look to clinch the series victory over Mike Trout and the Angels on Tuesday at Camden Yards, where Baltimore righty Miguel Gonzalez will oppose Halos lefty Jason Vargas.

6/10/2013 | Mets targeting June 18 for Wheeler's debut
When Zack Wheeler takes the mound on Thursday for Triple-A Las Vegas, he will almost certainly be making his final Minor League start. General manager Sandy Alderson has all but confirmed June 18 as the date of Wheeler's big league debut, saying on Monday on WFAN radio that "unlike most speculation, this probably has some accuracy."

6/10/2013 | Rangers sign top three Draft picks
The Rangers announced the signings of their top three selections in the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft on Monday.

6/10/2013 | Hitting flip tosses, Smoak nears rehab assignment
First baseman Justin Smoak took some left-handed swings Monday and said he's close to being ready to return to action, though the Mariners plan to send him out on a Minor League rehab assignment with Triple-A Tacoma before he rejoins the club.

6/10/2013 | Shoppach starts again with catching depth thin
Kelly Shoppach was again in the lineup Monday for the Mariners' series opener against the Astros as Eric Wedge continued rolling primarily with the veteran catcher in his short-handed backstop situation.

6/10/2013 | Gyorko put on disabled list; Forsythe activated
Jedd Gyorko walked to his locker before Monday's game with his right leg heavily bandaged, and at the time, he wasn't sure if he had officially been put on the disabled list. But he knew he wasn't going to be able to play any time soon.

6/10/2013 | Street throws simulated game as rehab progresses
Closer Huston Street threw a simulated game on Monday, his first time facing hitters since he was placed on the 15-day disabled list after straining his left calf running prior to a game against the Blue Jays on May 31.

6/10/2013 | With Morales back at first, Morse DH's opener
After spending Sunday at designated hitter to rest a sore back, Kendrys Morales returned to first base Monday as the Mariners opened a three-game set with the Astros.

6/10/2013 | Buehrle makes first return to U.S. Cellular Field
Mark Buehrle made his first return to U.S. Cellular Field, being recognized by both White Sox players and fans in a a standing ovation following a video tribute that was shown after the top of the first inning.

6/10/2013 | Hanley, Kemp continue to rest ailing hamstrings
Hanley Ramirez was out of the lineup for a fifth straight game on Monday and might not start until Friday as the Dodgers hope to keep the shortstop from aggravating a troublesome left hamstring, while Matt Kemp is dealing with a hamstring issue of his own.

6/10/2013 | Barnes returns to lineup, but hit streak ends at five
Astros fans won't have to worry about Brandon Barnes any longer, as the center fielder hit leadoff in Monday's series opener against the Mariners. Barnes missed Sunday's game against the Royals after leaving Saturday night's game with tightness in his left hamstring.

6/10/2013 | Clemens opts to honor commitment to Longhorns
Kacy Clemens won't be following in his father's footsteps -- not to the Astros right now, at least. The son of seven-time Cy Young Award winner Roger Clemens, who had a three-year stint with Houston toward the end of his career, announced Sunday he intends to honor his commitment to the University of Texas, rather than sign with the Astros.

6/10/2013 | Stanton, Marlins look for spark behind Turner
Jacob Turner's two starts this season have been solid, as he's allowed just one run in 13 innings. He takes the hill for the Marlins on Tuesday, opposing the Brewers' Wily Peralta.

6/10/2013 | Brewers give plenty of support in Gallardo's gem
Yovani Gallardo threw eight shutout frames and notched his 1,000th strikeout as the Brewers beat the Marlins, 6-1, in Miami on Monday. Jonathan Lucroy went 4-for-5 with a pair of RBIs, and Carlos Gomez added two RBIs of his own. Rickie Weeks had three hits, including a homer.

6/10/2013 | Rookie Wood adjusting to pitching with glasses
The nerves Braves reliever Alex Wood felt as he made his first career road appearance at Dodger Stadium on Thursday night were not simply a product of pitching in front of more than 40,000 fans for the first time. His anxiety was fueled by the fact he was wearing glasses while pitching for the first time.

6/10/2013 | Laird-Teheran battery broken up by catching platoon
Gerald Laird had caught nine of Julio Teheran's 11 starts this year. But his days as the young right-hander's primary catcher essentially ended a couple weeks ago when the Braves began using Evan Gattis as Brian McCann's primary backup.

6/10/2013 | Capuano, A.J. Ellis nearing rehab assignments
Dodgers pitcher Chris Capuano is aiming for a Minor League rehab start Friday for Triple-A Albuquerque, and catcher A.J. Ellis could appear in one for Class A Rancho Cucamonga as soon as Tuesday night.

6/10/2013 | Van Slyke scratched; Belisario likely unavailable
Dodgers outfielder Scott Van Slyke was scratched from the original lineup Monday with a recurrence of neck and shoulder stiffness, while reliever Ronald Belisario is expected to be unavailable after pitching 2 1/3 innings Sunday.

6/10/2013 | Norris, Harang try to keep it close in Seattle
After a rare close game in the opener, Seattle and Houston face off Tuesday at Safeco Field for the second contest of a three-game set, with Houston's Bud Norris opposing Seattle's Aaron Harang.

6/10/2013 | Indians get infielder McDonald from Pirates
The Indians acquired veteran infielder John McDonald from the Pirates in exchange for a player to be named and/or cash considerations, giving the Tribe an experienced shortstop to back up Mike Aviles while starter Asdrubal Cabrera is on the disabled list.

6/10/2013 | Tomlin visits team as comeback continues
Josh Tomlin has spent the past two months going through the tedious rehab process that follows Tommy John surgery. On Monday, the Indians pitcher received a kind of break, getting the chance to be with his teammates in Texas for this series against the Rangers.

6/10/2013 | Raburn gets in sticky situation with Tigers' Miggy
While trotting around the bases in the fifth inning on Sunday, Indians outfielder Ryan Raburn closed in on third and felt something smack him in the neck. Upon inspection of instant replay, it appeared Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera removed something from his mouth and tossed it in Raburn's direction.

6/10/2013 | Francona calls team meeting after Sunday's loss
Indians manager Terry Francona is not one to call a team meeting for the sake of calling a team meeting. His goal is to find the moments throughout a long season when he believes gathering his players for a chat can benefit the ballclub. One of those times came after Sunday's loss to the Tigers.

6/10/2013 | UYA's hard work pays off in First-Year Player Draft
From top to bottom, the 2013 First-Year Player Draft signaled another rousing success for Major League Baseball's Urban Youth Academies. Five players with ties to the academies were drafted in the first two rounds, and several others will have a chance to play professionally.

6/10/2013 | Dodgers recall Sellers to shore up bench
Infielder Justin Sellers provides Don Mattingly with depth after having managed the past four games shorthanded because of the continued hamstring problems for shortstop Hanley Ramirez.

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