4/28/2013 | Guthrie matches KC record for unbeaten starts
Right-hander Jeremy Guthrie matched a Royals record with his 16th straight start without a loss, as Alcides Escobar and Alex Gordon belted homers in a 9-0 win over the Indians on Sunday in the opener of a twin bill at Kauffman Stadium.
4/28/2013 | Ruiz reinstated for series finale vs. Mets
The Phillies activated All-Star catcher Carlos Ruiz from the restricted list Sunday. Ruiz served a 25-game suspension for testing positive for using an amphetamine.
4/28/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: April 28
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
4/28/2013 | One year later, Harper has lived up to the billing
Exactly one year into his big league career, it's safe to say that Bryce Harper has lived up to expectations. Besides being the reigning National League Rookie of the Year Award winner, Harper is currently the Nationals' best hitter and has put his name in the team's record books.
4/28/2013 | Hanley collects two RBIs in first rehab game
Hanley Ramirez began a Minor League rehab assignment with Class A Rancho Cucamonga on Saturday as the shortstop continues to inch closer to a return to the Dodgers.
4/28/2013 | Nelson designated; Arenado set to get his chance
The Rockies designated regular third baseman Chris Nelson for assignment. And as expected, the Rockies called up Nolan Arenado, 22, from Triple-A Colorado Springs.
4/28/2013 | Marine Corps members take part in umpire camp
The fog was just lifting at Oceanside High School on Saturday morning when 18 members of the United States Marine Corps showed up to use their highly trained discipline to learn a new skill -- baseball umpiring, from some of the game's most experienced umpires.
4/28/2013 | Vargas faces Iwakuma in return to Seattle
Jason Vargas, who was an integral part of the Mariners' rotation while Hisashi Iwakuma was buried in Seattle's bullpen a year ago, will lead the Angels against Iwakuma in Seattle on Sunday.
4/28/2013 | Kendrys backs Felix's gem against Angels
Pinch-hitter Kendrys Morales stroked an RBI single in the seventh inning to make a winner of Felix Hernandez and the Mariners, 3-2, over the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday night at Safeco Field.
4/28/2013 | Smith and Kluber square off in twin bill's nightcap
The night game of a split doubleheader Sunday will feature Will Smith for the Royals and Corey Kluber for the Indians. The Royals won the opener, 9-0.
4/27/2013 | Lackey set to return as Sox eye sweep of Astros
After exiting his first start in more than a year on April 6 due to a right biceps strain, John Lackey will take the ball opposite Bud Norris as the Red Sox look to end their homestand with a sweep of the Astros.
4/27/2013 | Royals, Indians gear up for day-night doubleheader
Jeremy Guthrie hopes to keep his strong season with the Royals going in the first game of Sunday's day-night twin bill. Cleveland will send Justin Masterson to the hill for the first game. The night game will feature Will Smith for the Royals and Corey Kluber for the Indians.
4/27/2013 | Shake it up: Doubront rebounds to stymie Astros
After a first inning that was beyond shaky, Felix Doubront picked himself up, leading the Red Sox to an 8-4 victory over the Astros at Fenway Park.
4/27/2013 | Wedge letting shortstop situation play out
Mariners shortstop Brendan Ryan is being given more time off to work on his hitting, and Robert Andino has had his playing time increased, but manager Eric Wedge said it's not something "we need to put a label on."
4/27/2013 | Struggling Ibanez returns to lineup
Mariners outfielder/designated hitter Raul Ibanez, who missed the past two games to focus on his stroke, was back in the lineup Saturday. Ibanez entered the game mired in an 0-for-13 (and 1-for-23) skid.
4/27/2013 | Saunders targeted for Monday return
Mariners outfielder Michael Saunders, who avoided injury was hit on his sprained right shoulder during his first rehab game with Triple-A Tacoma on Friday, could still return to Seattle as early as Monday.
4/27/2013 | Ross' sac fly lifts D-backs in 10 on wild night
A.J. Pollock took advantage of a Rockies' miscue in the 10th inning and went on to score the winning run on Cody Ross' sacrifice fly, lifting the D-backs to 3-2 victory over the Rockies at Chase Field
4/27/2013 | Mariners' Datz reveals battle with cancer
Mariners third-base coach Jeff Datz informed the team and the players on Saturday that he has cancer. Manager Eric Wedge, whose worked with Datz since 1998, expressed the team's commitment to supporting its friend and colleague.
4/27/2013 | Vogelsong hoping to contain homers, avoid sweep
Ryan Vogelsong will look to limit the deep ball Sunday as the Giants try to salvage a game against the Padres in the finale of a three-game set at Petco Park. Meanwhile, Padres right-hander Jason Marquis will look to rebound after his worst start of the season Monday against the Brewers.
4/27/2013 | Cards to pit Miller vs. Pirates in Game 3
Shelby Miller carries a 3-1 record, 1.44 ERA and 26 strikeouts in 25 innings into the Cardinals' series finale against Jeff Locke and the Pirates on Sunday at Busch Stadium.
4/27/2013 | Conger makes most of rare start
It isn't easy to get your first start in five days and go deep in your first plate appearance. But that's what backup catcher Hank Conger did in the second inning against Aaron Harang on Friday night, hitting his first big league homer since Sept. 16, 2011.
4/27/2013 | Kendrick making impact on defense
Ultimate Zone Rating says Howie Kendrick's value at second base has declined this season, but Angels coach Alfredo Griffin, who has worked with Kendrick throughout the 29-year-old's Major League career, will tell you he's never been this good.
4/27/2013 | Royals honor Boston with 'Sweet Caroline' rendition
Royals fans joined in baseball's nationwide support of "Boston Strong" with a rousing rendition of the Fenway favorite, "Sweet Caroline," in the sixth inning on Saturday night.
4/27/2013 | Chacin throws off mound, eyes May 5 return from DL
Rockies right-hander Jhoulys Chacin threw a 40-pitch bullpen session on Saturday -- the first big test since he suffered a back strain on April 19.
4/27/2013 | Cashner racks up special trifecta in victory
When Andrew Cashner contributed to his own cause Friday night with a single, stolen base and run scored to go along with his first Major League victory as a starting pitcher, he accomplished a rare feat.
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