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Orange County Register

Police ask for help finding missing 12-year-old boy last seen at Irvine hospital

IRVINE — Police are asking for the public’s assistance in finding a 12-year-old boy who was last seen leaving Kaiser Hospital on Friday morning. Michael Edward Roman of Oceanside left the hospital at 6640 Alton Parkway, about 10:30 a.m., police said. He was last seen wearing a red Angels T-shirt and black shorts. Anybody with […]

Tampa Tribune

It's Rays' turn to pound Orioles pitching (w/video)

ST. PETERSBURG - Ah, the fantastic four.The Rays smashed the reeling Orioles 15-5 on Friday, scoring a season-high in runs, to climb four games above .500 for the first time since July 1, 2015.It was the fourth time this year the Rays (40-36) attempted the feat."We feel good about where we're at,"


Julio Urias Undergoing Shoulder Surgery

One of the top young pitchers in baseball, Julio Urias, suffered a major shoulder injury while pitching in the minors and will not pitch again in 2017

San Francisco Chronicle

Giants outfielder Morse still feeling concussion effects

Giants outfielder Morse still feeling concussion effects Good evening from AT&T Park, where a bunch of zombies rolled into the home clubhouse after the Giants' flight from Atlanta landed in San Francisco at 4:45 a.m. The bus brought the team to the ballpark at 5:15, and the players headed home for as much shuteye as they could get before gathering for Friday night's game against the Mets. Here is a series pitting the teams that met in the National League Wild Card Game not nine months ago, and both are a mess. The Mets just got swept in four games at Dodger Stadium while allowing 15 home...

Washington Times

Oakland's Cotton, Pinder leave game because of injuries

CHICAGO (AP) - Oakland Athletics pitcher Jharel Cotton and shortstop Chad Pinder have left Friday night's game against the Chicago White Sox because of injuries. Cotton exited with a blister on his right thumb in the sixth inning. He gave up a leadoff single to Kevan Smith and came up ...

Tampa Tribune

Rays believe Matt Duffy takes positive step in effort to get on field

ST. PETERSBURG - After nearly four months of starts and stops where the pain in his left heal would not go away, the Rays finally feel they have some clarity on what is wrong with SS Matt Duffy. What's more, they believe it has been corrected.Duffy traveled to Charlotte N.C., this week and

San Diego Union-Tribune

Alex Dickerson to undergo back surgery, won't play in 2017

Alex Dickerson’s season is over before it started. The Padres left fielder will undergo surgery Wednesday to remove bulging disc material from his lower back, manager Andy Green said. The expected recovery timetable is three to four months. Dickerson was diagnosed with the bulging disc during spring...

Washington Times

Dodgers' Urias to have season-ending shoulder surgery

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Left-hander Julio Urias, the Los Angeles Dodgers' top prospect, needs shoulder surgery and will miss the rest of the season. The 20-year-old is scheduled to have his left anterior capsule repaired Tuesday by Dodgers head physician Dr. Neal ElAttrache. Los Angeles president of baseball operations Andrew ...

CSN Bay Area

Morse reveals he barely remembers Harper-Strickland brawl after concussion

Michael Morse tried to do the right thing and protect his teammate. Instead, he's been unable to get back on the field in nearly a month.

CSN Philly

For Pat Neshek and Pete Mackanin, goal is same: Contribute without risking injury

Pete Mackanin and Pat Neshek are on the same page when it comes to the reliever's workload: make a contribution without risking injury. By Jim Salisbury

MASN Sports

Orioles tie 1924 Phillies in blowout loss to Rays - School of Roch

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Orioles manager Buck Showalter was away from the team for one day for the birth of his grandson. The distance didn't quiet the buzz over his club's streak of allowing five runs or more in 19...

Orioles Insider | Baltimore Sun

Jimenez fails to get through three, Orioles match '24 Phillies' record in 15-5 loss to Rays

Embattled Orioles right-hander Ubaldo Jiménez's bid to end the club's stretch of 19 straight games of allowing at least five runs lasted all of two innings, and his second start back in the rotation didn't extend much past that.

CSN MidAtlantic

Longoria, Peterson lead Rays over Orioles 15-5

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Evan Longoria and Shane Peterson drove in four runs apiece to back the pitching of Chris Archer and lead the surging

San Francisco Chronicle

Jharel Cotton, Chad Pinder exit A’s game with injuries

Starting pitcher Jharel Cotton, who allowed only three hits in his five-plus innings, departed with one on and no outs in the sixth because of a blister on his right thumb. Shortstop Chad Pinder, who has proven to be a valuable utility player in recent weeks, came out after a strange play at the end of the fifth when he tried to make a play on a bouncer up the middle by Yolmer Sanchez. The ball knocked off his glove and while Pinder looked around as if angry with himself for failing to get to the ball, Sanchez tried to take second, but Jed Lowrie raced to the bag and Pinder made the flip...

CSN Bay Area

Giants place Eduardo Nunez on 10-day DL

The injury bug continues to hit Eduardo Nunez.Bruce Bochy announced 90 minutes before the Giants' game Friday night that Nunez has been placed on the 10-day

Belleville News Democrat

Cardinals’ Molina sidelined by knee soreness

Catcher Yadier Molina missed the St. Louis Cardinals’ game Friday against Pittsburgh with a sore left knee, although the injury doesn’t seem to be serious enough to merit concern. Molina …

Los Angeles Times

Dodgers' Julio Urias to have shoulder surgery; he's out for the season

Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias will undergo major shoulder surgery next week and will not pitch again in 2017. Team doctor Neal ElAttrache will repair the anterior capsule in Urias' left shoulder on Tuesday. Andrew Friedman, the Dodgers’ president of baseball operations, expects Urias to require 12...


Triple-A notes: Dilson Herrera to DL, but infield logjam looms

Dilson Herrera, the second base prospect the Cincinnati Reds acquired less than a year ago in the Jay Bruce trade, landed on the minor-league disabled list Thursday with a concussion he suffered the night before.         

MASN Sports

Difo to start as Taylor continues to nurse undisclosed injury - Byron Kerr

With Taylor still out with undisclosed injury, recalled Difo gets first start in center


Back spasms keep Headley out of Yankees' lineup, but progress for Ellsbury

Chase Headley continues to deal with back spasms while Jacoby Ellsbury is closer to returning after a month-long stint on DL because of a concussion.        

Grand Rapids Press

Tigers, Padres lineups: Andrew Romine starting in center field

Its a national league park, so there will be no designated hitter, meaning Tigers starter Michael Fulmer will get a rare opportunity to hit. SAN DIEGO -- Newly recalled outfielder Matt den Dekker will be available off the bench, but Andrew Romine will get the start in center field for the Detroit Tigers on Friday. Alex Presley was placed on the seven-day concussion disabled list on Friday. It's a national league park, so there will be no designated hitter, meaning Tigers starter Michael Fulmer will get a rare opportunity to hit. Tigers lineup 1. Ian Kinsler,...

Washington Times

Red Sox claim Fister off waivers, and he will start Sunday

BOSTON (AP) - The Red Sox have claimed right hander Doug Fister off waivers in a move to provide depth to a rotation that has struggled with injuries. President of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski announced the move Friday. Manager John Farrell said Fister is slated to make his first start ...

MASN Sports

O'Day activated from DL (plus O's and Rays lineups) - School of Roch

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Reliever Darren O'Day was activated from the disabled list today to fill the vacancy created after the Orioles optioned Gabriel Ynoa late last night. O'Day was on the DL with a right shoulder strain, his last...

MASN Sports

O's game blog: O's road trip begins at Tropicana Field - Steve Melewski

After completing a 3-4 homestand that leaves them two games under the .500 mark at 35-37, the Orioles begin a six-game road trip tonight in St. Petersburg, Fla. against the Tampa Bay Rays. The trip will also take them to...

Newark Star-Ledger

Yankees injury updates: Latest on Chase Headley, Greg Bird

Yankees manager Joe Girardi breaks down the progress of his hurt players


Injury Updates: Brantley, Salazar, Guyer

The Indians are hoping to downsize their disabled list in the coming weeks with Michael Brantley (right ankle sprain), Danny Salazar (right shoulder soreness) and Brandon Guyer (left wrist sprain) all progressing on their paths back to the big leagues.

Chris Archer on MLB Central

On MLB Central, Chris Archer joins the show to discuss Corey Dickerson's All-Star candidacy and the Rays' successful campaign in 2017.

Estrada admits to being in a funk during his recent outings

Marco Estrada talks with the media after giving up six earned runs against the Tampa Bay Rays and explains why he thinks he will be able to snap out of the funk he is in.

Happ on Injury: Felt a pull, tug in my elbow

Blue Jays pitcher J.A. Happ spoke to the media after he had to leave the game against the Orioles due to an arm injury and how the Jays need to keep the momentum on their side.