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Cubs sent OF Cole Gillespie outright to Triple-A Iowa.

He's cleared waivers after being designated for assignment Wednesday. Gillespie has batted 240/.328/.280 over 59 plate appearances in the majors this season.
Fri, Sep 6, 2013 01:59:00 PM

Carlos Gonzalez (shoulder) remained out of the Rockies' lineup Monday.

CarGo hurt his left shoulder on a dive Saturday and has now missed two straight contests. It's unclear whether he'll be available off the bench. Gerardo Parra is in right field Monday.
Sep 25 - 4:57 PM

Nolan Arenado (hand) is in the Rockies' lineup Monday.

Arenado departed Sunday's contest with a bruised right hand, but he's feeling well enough to give it a go a day later. He's at third base and batting third against Odrisamer Despaigne and the Marlins.
Sep 25 - 4:55 PM

Gary Sanchez went 3-for-5 with a solo homer and a double in Monday’s victory over the Royals.

He went deep after Judge’s record-setting 50th homer of the season. Sanchez has slugged 20 homers since the All-Star break and 33 for the year. Keep in mind that he missed about four weeks with a strained right biceps during the first half. Amazingly, the 83 homers from Aaron Judge and Sanchez are the most by a pair of Yankees players in the same season since Roger Maris and Mickey Mantle combined to hit 115 homers in 1961.
Sep 25 - 4:10 PM

Aaron Judge slugged his 49th and 50th homers Monday against the Royals to set the new MLB rookie home run record.

History in the Bronx. Judge launched a two-run shot off Jake Junis in the third inning before slugging a solo shot off Trevor Cahill in the seventh. Mark McGwire set the previous record with 49 homers in 1987, but Judge has stormed past him with a monster September. He now has 13 homers this month. Judge has homered against every American League team this season. He’s the first Yankees player to do that since Alex Rodriguez in 2007. It was unthinkable amid his miserable slump coming out of the All-Star break, but Judge has reemerged as a legitimate candidate for the American League MVP Award.
Sep 25 - 4:02 PM

Bryce Harper (knee) is out of Monday's lineup due to illness.

In other words, the delay has nothing due to with his knee. That's great news. Harper hasn't been officially activated, but look for him to make his long-awaited return in the next couple of days. The goal is mostly to have him shake the rust going into the postseason.
Sep 25 - 3:45 PM

Eduardo Nunez (knee) has returned to the starting lineup Monday as the designated hitter.

Nunez has been sidelined since September 10 with a PCL strain in his right knee, so he ended up missing a little over two weeks. The Red Sox will ease him back into things out of the DH spot with the postseason approaching. Hanley Ramirez is starting at first base Monday.
Sep 25 - 3:29 PM

Jose Abreu (shin) is not in Monday's lineup against the Angels.

Abreu has now missed back-to-back starts with shin soreness. Matt Davidson will cover first base duties while Rymer Liriano serves as the DH. Tyler Saladino is at third base.
Sep 25 - 2:53 PM

Carlos Gonzalez missed Sunday's game due to left shoulder soreness.

CarGo injured his shoulder while attempting to dive for a ball on Saturday. He's receiving treatment, but it's not a sure thing he'll be able to return Monday against the Marlins.
Sep 25 - 10:59 AM

Nolan Arenado left Sunday's game against the Padres with a bruise on the palm of his right hand.

Arenado injured his hand on a swing in the third inning and eventually left the game in the sixth. "I took a funky swing. I don’t know if I spun my hand, but it got real swollen," said Arenado. "It didn’t feel bad, but it didn’t feel great. They decided to take me out. I tried to stay in." The Rockies are hopeful that Arenado will be able to play Monday against the Marlins.
Source: Denver Post
Sep 25 - 10:55 AM

Starlin Castro is not in Monday's lineup versus the Royals.

The Yankees and Royals are playing a makeup game Monday afternoon at Yankee Stadium. Ronald Torreyes will make the start at second base and bat ninth against Jake Junis.
Sep 25 - 10:06 AM

Corey Kluber earned his 18th win of the season Sunday in the Indians' 4-2 defeat of the Mariners.

Ben Gamel hit a two-run homer off Kluber in the bottom of the fifth, but it came after an inning-opening fielding error by shortstop Francisco Lindor so both runs were unearned. Kluber yielded only five other hits -- four of them singles -- and he struck out 10. The 31-year-old ace boasts a 2.27 ERA, 0.86 WHIP, and 262/36 K/BB ratio in 198 2/3 innings this season for the American League Central champions. His final regular-season start will come at home against the White Sox.
Sep 24 - 7:13 PM




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