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6/5/2013 | Ump exits Phils-Marlins game after being hit by pitch
Home-plate umpire John Hirschbeck left Wednesday's game between the Marlins and Phillies after he was hit by an errant pitch in the bottom of the seventh inning at Citizens Bank Park.

6/5/2013 | 'Supermannahan' in full effect in Cincy
Jack Hannahan has gracefully adjusted from his starting role with the Tribe to a utility position in Cincinnati, bringing with him a legend all his own.

6/5/2013 | Hamels snaps skid thanks to five-run seventh
Cole Hamels struck out 11 and the Phillies jumped on reliever A.J. Ramos for five runs in the seventh en route to a 6-1 win at a sun-drenched Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday afternoon.

6/5/2013 | Yelich headed to Minor League disabled list
Marlins prospect Christian Yelich will be placed on the Minor League disabled list on Thursday with a small abdominal wall strain.

6/5/2013 | Peavy out 4-6 weeks with non-displaced rib fracture
Jake Peavy's MRI revealed a non-displaced rib fracture on his left side and he will be shut down for four-to-six weeks. Hector Santiago will replace Peavy in the White Sox rotation.

6/5/2013 | It's an important time for Reds
With only seven of their next 20 games against sub-.500 teams, the Reds will have a major test that will tell them just how good they are.

6/5/2013 | White Sox break skid with 16-inning victory
It took 16 innings, more than 5 1/2 hours and overcoming blowing a five-run lead in the 14th, but the White Sox finally managed to end their eight-game losing streak with a 7-5 victory over the Mariners on Wednesday at Safeco Field.

6/5/2013 | Braun out of starting lineup, unrelated to report
Ryan Braun's absence comes with him squarely in the sports spotlight, after an ESPN "Outside the Lines" report renewed worry at Miller Park that he could face a suspension. But it was also notable because the Brewers sat cleanup man Aramis Ramirez on Wednesday as well.

6/5/2013 | Teheran falls four outs shy of no-no vs. Bucs
Julio Teheran was electric, firing 7 2/3 no-hit innings before allowing a pinch-hit single to Brandon Inge as the Braves finished a sweep of the Bucs with a 5-0 victory on Wednesday at Turner Field.

6/5/2013 | Ichiro embraces magnitude of 4,000 hits
Ichiro Suzuki is about to join the pantheon of the baseball gods on a statistical plateau only two other players have passed: 4,000 hits. Including his infield single in the Yankees' 6-4 victory over the Indians on Wednesday at Yankee Stadium, Ichiro needs only 67 to match that lofty level.

6/5/2013 | Halladay improves, hopes to return this season
Roy Halladay sat in the Phillies' dugout at Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday sounding confident that -- even without a timetable -- a return to the mound this season is well within reach.

6/5/2013 | Seventh-inning outburst backs Colon, A's win series
First baseman Brandon Moss launched a three-run homer off Brewers lefty Michael Gonzalez to highlight a five-run seventh inning that carried the A's to a 6-1 victory over Milwaukee in the rubber game at Miller Park on Wednesday.

6/5/2013 | Thornburg recalled after Estrada sent to disabled list
The Brewers placed right-handed starter Marco Estrada on the 15-day disabled list on Wednesday with a strained left hamstring and recalled top prospect Tyler Thornburg, whose role on the pitching staff was not immediately clear.

6/5/2013 | Brewers believe Weeks about to get hot
Rickie Weeks, booed by the home crowd when he entered Tuesday's game as part of a double switch an inning earlier because it meant Scooter Gennett's early exit, worked a full count against A's reliever Jerry Blevins. The seventh pitch of the at-bat was a slider. Weeks connected, and the ball sailed deep to center field -- where it was caught by Oakland's Coco Crisp.

6/5/2013 | Eovaldi to make one more rehab start before return
Plans to reinstate Nathan Eovaldi to the Marlins' rotation next week have been pushed back a little bit.

6/5/2013 | Wandy dealing with tightness in left forearm
The Pirates rotation's injury woes continued on Wednesday afternoon, when Wandy Rodriguez was forced to exit his start after just 14 pitches with tightness in his left forearm.

6/5/2013 | Prince pounding against southpaws this season
With a three-game homer streak entering Wednesday, Prince Fielder is on the kind of power tear that Tigers officials and fans alike were waiting to see. Lost in the power trip, however, is the fact that he's pounding the ball against left-handed pitchers this year.

6/5/2013 | Better late than never: Rays win on ninth-inning rally
Based on the way Alex Cobb and Doug Fister were matching zeros, the chances of Wednesday's game being decided by something small were great. Leave it to Sam Fuld to come up with the small. The diminutive outfielder employed a small-ball tactic that paid off big in launching a three-run ninth, and the Rays took a 3-0 win.

6/5/2013 | Hellickson, Cobb weigh in on pitch counts
A Detroit sportswriter penned an article this week that touched upon pitch counts, a subject that elicits different responses from Jeremy Hellickson (for) and Alex Cobb (against).

6/5/2013 | Police investigating package sent to Perez's home
Indians closer Chris Perez is being investigated following the delivery of a package -- suspected of containing marijuana -- to his condo, Rocky River police confirmed on Wednesday morning. The case remains open and no charges have been filed.

6/5/2013 | Urban Youth Academy's impact on Draft continues
J.P. Crawford and fellow prep star Dominic Smith represent the next wave of talent with ties to Major League Baseball's Urban Youth Academy. The duo, who trained at the UYA facility in Compton, Calif., credit the facility's help on their road to this year's First-Year Player Draft.

6/5/2013 | Gomez joins growing list of Bucs starters on DL
The list of Pittsburgh starting pitchers on the disabled list grew by one earlier this week, when Jeanmar Gomez was diagnosed with a right forearm inflammation and strain, landing him on the 15-day DL.

6/5/2013 | Girardi not expecting speculation to be distraction
Yankees manager Joe Girardi on Wednesday continued to say he has no plans to discuss with Alex Rodriguez the slugger's potential suspension or possible involvement with the Miami-area anti-aging Biogenesis clinic founded by Anthony Bosch.

6/5/2013 | Overbay starts in outfield; Ichiro passes Williams
Lyle Overbay started in right field for the third consecutive game in Wednesday's finale against the Indians, giving manager Joe Girardi a chance to rest Ichiro Suzuki. Ichiro replaced Overbay in the seventh and singled for his 2,655th Major League hit.

6/5/2013 | B.J. Upton starting to show signs of finding swing
Braves fans have been waiting all season to see the B.J. Upton who has been on display the last couple of games of the club's current homestand.


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