Uribe Bobblehead Night still a go
Juan Uribe is gone, but his bobblehead still lives on in L.A. The Dodgers plan to proceed with their promotion on July 11, according to Dodgers executive VP and CMO Lon Rosen: "Juan Uribe will hold a special place in Dodgers history for always being a fan favorite and a consummate professional. "
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Cards' Adams could miss extended time
Matt Adams' strained quadriceps is severe and surgery is a possibility, according to St. Louis GM John Mozeliak. "Hopefully in the next couple of days we'll have a better understanding of exactly how long this is," Mozeliak said.
Giants sweep Brewers
Joe Panik hit a two-run homer, Ryan Vogelsong tossed six innings of one-run ball to win his third straight start and the Giants beat the Brewers 3-1 in Milwaukee.
Syndergaard does it all in Mets' 7-0 win
Noah Syndergaard tossed 7 1/3 scoreless innings and even hit his first career homer (430 feet) to lift the Mets to a series win and sweep of the Phillies at Citi Field. 1B Lucas Duda added two homers to give him 8 this season. Box score
McCann, A-Rod power Yanks past Royals
Brian McCann and Alex Rodriguez jacked HRs to deliver a Yanks sweep of the Royals in the Bronx. A-Rod broke Lou Gehrig's AL record for RBI and moved into sole possession of third place on MLB's all-time list. Box score
White Sox bounce back to top Blue Jays
Josh Donaldson homered in the bottom of the ninth inning to send the game into extra innings, but the White Sox scored twice in the 10th to beat Toronto 5-3, avoiding a three-game sweep.
Twins take 3-game series against Red Sox
With a 6-4 win over the skidding Red Sox, the Twins remained hot, notching a fifth straight win behind homers from Aaron Hicks and Eddie Rosario. Box score
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A's trail 3-0 after 4 1/2.
A's Kazmir out after 3 no-hit innings
A's starter Scott Kazmir exited today's game against the Tigers with shoulder tightness after three innings, the team announced. Dan Otero came in to pitch for the Athletics in the fourth. Follow live
Turning the ballpark to Jurassic Park
This Tyrannosaurus Rex "threw" out the first pitch before the Mets finished sweeping the Phillies at Citi Field. And by "threw," we mean dropped it from its mouth.