5/4/2012 | Braves' Pastornicky shares past with Moyer's son
When Tyler Pastornicky innocently told a couple of reporters that he went to high school with one of Jamie Moyer's kids, Braves veteran shortstop Jack Wilson knew what was coming.
5/4/2012 | D-backs turn tables on Mets with rally for win
A three-run eighth inning helped the D-backs to a come-from-behind 5-4 win over the Mets on Friday night at Citi Field.
5/4/2012 | Padres' Luebke may face elbow surgery
Padres pitcher Cory Luebke won't be returning from the disabled list anytime soon and could be headed toward surgery on his left elbow.
5/4/2012 | Braun sits out with sore Achilles
Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun had improved in the two days since exiting a game in San Diego with a tight right Achilles, but not enough to make it into the starting lineup Friday night against the Giants.
5/4/2012 | Bell returns to San Diego to face former team
Surrounded by his new baseball family, Heath Bell is also spending time with his real family this weekend. Bell's wife and children live in San Diego.
5/4/2012 | Angels option Jepsen to make room for Frieri
Kevin Jepsen has regained the velocity needed to be an effective back-end bullpen piece. He just hasn't been productive enough.
5/4/2012 | Mariners move Figgins into utility role
Mariners manager Eric Wedge wanted to jump-start Chone Figgins' offensive game, one that had never gotten off the ground in two years in Seattle. So prior to the season, he decided to make Figgins the Mariners' leadoff hitter. A month into the season, consider that experiment over.
5/4/2012 | McGowan among Blue Jays ramping up rehab
Although the Blue Jays have avoided problems with any of their stars, there is still a laundry list of players trying to get back into games.
5/4/2012 | Twins' Morneau sits out another game
Justin Morneau's name wasn't in the lineup for the Twins' series opener against the Mariners on Friday night, but it could be soon. At this point, it's up to Morneau.
5/4/2012 | Bauman: Smyly off to roaring start with Tigers
When Tigers manager Jim Leyland was asked what impressed him about rookie left-hander Drew Smyly's work, Leyland's answer was as brief and to the point as possible. "He gets 'em out."
5/4/2012 | Pregame routines staying despite Mo's injury
In the wake of Mariano Rivera's potentially season-ending injury, managers and players around the Major Leagues emphatically stated that they won't alter their pregame routines.
5/4/2012 | Bodley: Rays are best team in baseball
If the Tampa Bay Rays don't take over first place in the next Power Rankings, there should be an investigation.
5/4/2012 | McDonald hopes to stop Reds' hot hitting
While Reds right-hander Mike Leake is looking for his first win of the season, Pirates starter James McDonald hopes to follow his great start on Monday with another strong outing against Cincinnati.
5/4/2012 | Floyd hopes to help Chicago bounce back in Detroit
After Friday's heartbreaking loss, the White Sox send Gavin Floyd to the hill in Detroit on Saturday to square off against Max Scherzer and the Tigers.
5/4/2012 | Rangers, Indians streaking in different directions
Don't let the Indians catch you making any hyperbolic claims about their series against Texas. Cleveland has vaulted to the top of the AL Central by virtue of a sustained stretch of quality play, and it will further test itself against one of the best teams in the league on Saturday.
5/4/2012 | Volstad moves up as Cubs aim to clinch series
The Dodgers and Cubs continue their series at Wrigley Field on Saturday, with Los Angeles lefty Chris Capuano looking to even the set against Chicago righty Chris Volstad.
5/4/2012 | Colon faces Hellickson, streaking Rays
Jeremy Hellickson starts for the Rays on Saturday as the they try to win their 11th straight home game and build on baseball's best record. A resurgent Bartolo Colon gets the nod for the A's.
5/4/2012 | Gonzalez out to secure series win vs. Phils
Washington is for real this season, and it can serve notice to the perennial powers in the National League East -- the Phillies -- by coming out and playing them tough again Saturday.
5/3/2012 | Middlebrooks promoted; Youkilis on DL
The expectation is that Will Middlebrooks will one day occupy permanent residence at Fenway Park's hot corner. For now, the Red Sox's top prospect has been summoned to the big leagues on a temporary basis at a time when starting third baseman Kevin Youkilis is battling a back injury.
5/3/2012 | Harper energizes Nats, Desmond walks them off
Ian Desmond's two-run walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth inning gave the Nationals a 5-4 win over the D-backs at Nationals Park on Wednesday night. The victory snapped Washington's five-game losing streak.
5/3/2012 | O's blank Yankees, snap Nova's win streak
A plucky Orioles team continued to roll on Wednesday, silencing the Yankees, 5-0, for a series victory that keeps the 2012 club surprising the baseball world.
5/3/2012 | Scott's homer extends Rays' home streak to eight
James Shields gutted one out, Luke Scott got a little help with a long ball and Joel Peralta recorded the final five outs to lead a 5-4 Rays win over the Mariners Wednesday night at Tropicana Field with 9,837 watching.
5/3/2012 | Quality control: McCarthy mows down Sox
Brandon McCarthy, transformed by data-driven adjustments, emerged as a frontline starter with those pitches. On Wednesday, in a 4-2 A's victory, he pitched like one.
5/3/2012 | Beltran's big night boosts Lynn, Cards in rout
Carlos Beltran treated 35,987 on hand at Busch Stadium to a career-best seven-RBI performance as the Cardinals blasted the Pirates, 12-3, on Wednesday, one night after scoring 10 runs. Beltran drove home six of those runs with a pair of homers.
5/3/2012 | Hannahan comes through in clutch for Tribe
Carlos Santana homered and Travis Hafner and Jack Hannahan each came through in the later innings on Wednesday night, helping to send the Indians to a 6-3 victory over the White Sox in Chicago.
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