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5/21/2013 | White Sox clarify Reinsdorf's plans for future
In an article this week in the SportsBusiness Journal, Jerry Reinsdorf speculatively mentioned that he recommended that his sons keep the Bulls but sell their interest in the White Sox. On Tuesday, the White Sox made clear that the issue is yet not settled and is far, far from needing to be.

5/21/2013 | A View From Studio 3: Kipnis on verge of stardom
The first-place Indians are a blast to watch these days, and part of the reason for that is second baseman Jason Kipnis, who may be on the verge of becoming a legitimate star.

5/21/2013 | Quentin rests sore knee after awkward slide
Carlos Quentin is not in the lineup for Tuesday night's game against the Cardinals, resting a sore knee after sliding awkwardly into home plate Monday.

5/21/2013 | Weaver's return dependent on extended spring game
There's no guarantee that Jered Weaver will rejoin the Angels' rotation after his appearance in Arizona on Wednesday, but manager Mike Scioscia did not rule it out.

5/21/2013 | Oklahoma resident Richards' family OK
As the nation learned of the tornado that struck Moore, Okla., on Monday, Angels pitcher Garrett Richards was checking on his family and friends.

5/21/2013 | Sale scratched from start due to shoulder tendinitis
White Sox ace Chris Sale was scratched from his scheduled start in Wednesday's series finale against the Red Sox as a precautionary measure due to mild tendinitis in his left posterior shoulder.

5/21/2013 | Oklahoma resident Tunnell reflects on tornado
Brewers bullpen coach Lee Tunnell has lived in Oklahoma City for the last 11 years, and knows enough about the town to know its residents will band together in the wake of Monday's devastating tornado.

5/21/2013 | Victorino day to day, hopes to avoid DL
Despite a series of nagging injuries -- the latest a left hamstring strain -- Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino has been able to avoid a trip to the disabled list so far.

5/21/2013 | Tornado very close to Astros' Triple-A affiliate
The devastation from Monday's tornado that ripped through Moore, Okla., hit close to home for the Astros' Triple-A affiliate from Oklahoma City, and manager Tony DeFrancesco's team wants to help out.

5/21/2013 | Wright's heart with tornado-ravaged Moore
Jamey Wright hails from Oklahoma City, where his parents and sister live near tornado-ravaged Moore.

5/21/2013 | Maddon admits error but wants rules revisited
Rays manager Joe Maddon allowed that he was wrong in his interpretation of the home run rules where reviews are concerned, but he voiced a strong sentiment that the rules needed to be modified.

5/21/2013 | Trout's cycle leads offensive explosion
Mike Trout hit for the sixth cycle in Angels history, backing Jerome Williams' eight shutout innings in a 12-0 rout of the Mariners on Tuesday.

5/21/2013 | Miggy continues to wow, carry Tigers in division race
The immediate impact of Tuesday's 5-1 Tigers win on the standings was incremental, moving Detroit within a game and a half of Cleveland in the division. The fearsome part is looking ahead at what Miguel Cabrera could mean in the race over the coming weeks if he keeps hitting like he has.

5/21/2013 | Snider's pinch-hit grand slam lifts Bucs over Cubs
Travis Snider hit a two-out, pinch-hit grand slam in the sixth inning to give the Pirates a 5-4 victory over the Cubs at PNC Park Tuesday.

5/21/2013 | Jocketty not strongly looking for right-handed bat
The Reds have become a left-handed-heavy roster this season due to injuries. Reds general manager Walt Jocketty is not beating the bushes trying to find a right-handed batter on the trade market, however.

5/21/2013 | Empathetic Robertson donates to tornado victims
Yankees reliever David Robertson is offering his support to the victims of the Oklahoma tornado tragedies, pledging to donate $100 for every strikeout he records this season.

5/21/2013 | Hanley among Dodgers progressing toward return
Hanley Ramirez tested his hamstring running in the outfield, and Don Mattingly said the shortstop continues to make progress, although he is still probably two weeks away from playing.

5/21/2013 | Mattingly unwilling to name permanent closer
The bullpen-wide slump that cost the Dodgers a sweep in Atlanta has manager Don Mattingly as uncertain about the late innings as the fans.

5/21/2013 | Manuel OK with Marlins' spitting incident
The Phillies did not seem terribly bothered that Marlins pitcher Alex Sanabia spit on a baseball after allowing a home run Monday to Domonic Brown. "He did?" Phillies manager Charlie Manuel said. "That's good. I didn't see it."

5/21/2013 | Day after frustrating loss, Hamels remains quiet
It will take much more than a penny for Cole Hamels' thoughts. Hamels signed a six-year, $144 million contract extension last summer, so he certainly doesn't need the money. He declined for a second day to discuss his frustrations following Monday's 5-1 loss to the Marlins at Marlins Park.

5/21/2013 | With Perez out, emergency catcher Getz to be backup
With starting catcher Salvador Perez sitting out Tuesday night's game with a minor injury, it raised the question of what would the Royals do if backup catcher George Kottaras was also injured in a game? Second baseman Chris Getz is the emergency catcher.

5/21/2013 | Cain's family in Oklahoma 'fine' after tornado
Royals center fielder Lorenzo Cain lives in Norman, Okla., in the offseason, not far from where a tornado tore through central Oklahoma on Monday, and he said everyone in his family is fine.

5/21/2013 | Despite his slump, Weiss confident in Rutledge
Rockies second baseman Josh Rutledge believes he can see success at the end of his struggles. Manager Walt Weiss started DJ LeMahieu on Tuesday night against the D-backs, instead of Rutledge, who went into Tuesday 2-for-16 during the current homestand.

5/21/2013 | '13 is Janssen's year to recover, not rebuild
Toronto closer Casey Janssen has been effective on the mound all year, but his health seems to fluctuate on at least a semi-regular basis.

5/21/2013 | Barton clears waivers, outrighted to Triple-A
Daric Barton remains Oakland's longest-tenured player in the organization, after clearing waivers and being outrighted to Triple-A Sacramento on Tuesday.


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