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4/28/2012 | Brewers' Parra enjoying early success
After an injury-plagued 2011, Manny Parra is enjoying some success early on in the 2012 season. He's lowered his ERA to 3.27 and struck out 14 batters over 11 innings.

4/28/2012 | Trout debuts at top of Halos' lineup
Mike Trout, the Angels' top prospect and a flashy 20-year-old with a rare blend of speed and power, went 0-for-4 in his season debut during Saturday's 2-1 win against the Indians.

4/28/2012 | Scioscia still searching for best lineup
Including Saturday, Scioscia has penciled in 18 different lineups in the Angels' 21 games. At 7-14, the club is still searching for the right combination of hitters in a scuffling offense.

4/28/2012 | Matheny sticks with hot Cardinals lineup for Saturday
A night after his club scored a season-high 13 runs in a win over the Brewers, manager Mike Matheny found no reason to start tinkering. The lineup he penned on Saturday looked identical -- aside from the starting pitcher's name, of course -- to the one Matheny utilized in the series opener.

4/28/2012 | Indians remain cautious with injured Choo
The Indians continue to take a cautious approach with right fielder Shin-Soo Choo in his recovery from a mild left hamstring strain.

4/28/2012 | Royals-Twins rained out; twin bill on June 30
Saturday's game against the Twins has been postponed due to rain and will be made up as a part of a day-night doubleheader on June 30 with games at noon and 6 p.m. CT.

4/28/2012 | Twins-Royals rained out; twin bill on June 30
The Twins' scheduled meeting with the Royals on Saturday at Target Field was postponed due to rain and will be made up on June 30 at 12:10 p.m. CT, as part of split day-night doubleheader.

4/28/2012 | Weather alters Pettitte's next start location
The Yankees had second thoughts about sending Andy Pettitte to the mound in cold conditions and instead have him pitching on Monday for Class A Tampa, general manager Brian Cashman announced after Saturday's 7-5 loss to the Tigers.

4/28/2012 | Rehabbing Gardner hopes to resume BP soon
Brett Gardner, who has been sidelined since April 19, reported no problems after testing his strained right elbow with some bunting Saturday and is hoping to be cleared soon to take batting practice.

4/28/2012 | Adjustments key to A-Rod's big night at plate
Alex Rodriguez went 3-for-4 Friday night and came up just short of hitting a second home run in the game after working on adjustments Friday morning with hitting coach Kevin Long.

4/28/2012 | Yadi has award-winning performance in win
Yadier Molina was recognized before the game for his defensive excellence, but in Saturday's 7-3 win over the Brewers, it was his offense that proved to be the highlight of his game.

4/28/2012 | Verlander surprises biggest fan at Cave
Shayna Hersh, an 11-year-old Tigers fan who was born with cystic fibrosis, got the thrill of a lifetime Saturday when she met Justin Verlander at the MLB Fan Cave.

4/28/2012 | Tigers' Kelly, Dirks to fill in for Young in left field
While Delmon Young sits on the Major League Baseball restricted list, Don Kelly and Andy Dirks will split time in left field, manager Jim Leyland said Saturday morning.

4/28/2012 | Tigers' Leyland giving hot-hitting Eldred his shot
Jim Leyland is going to give Brad Eldred a shot to show he can take his hot start from Triple-A Toledo and translate it to the big leagues. But Leyland doesn't need a scouting report on what to expect from him.

4/28/2012 | Raburn out of Tigers' lineup with tight hamstring
Ryan Raburn left Friday's 7-6 loss to the Yankees in the seventh inning after his right hamstring tightened up on him in the sixth. It was enough of a concern that they held him out of Saturday's starting lineup.

4/28/2012 | Haren's gem snaps Angels' losing streak
The best medicine for an ailing bullpen is a day off, so Angels starter Dan Haren took things into his own hands on Saturday. Haren stymied the Indians and guided the Halos to their first victory in six games in a 2-1 rain-delayed win on a brisk afternoon at Progressive Field.

4/28/2012 | Blue Jays' Bautista seeking offensive rhythm
Jose Bautista is still looking for the type of consistency at the plate that has made him one the game's top sluggers.

4/28/2012 | Cueto, Bruce power Reds over Astros
Jay Bruce slugged a home run for the third straight day and drove in four runs to support Johnny Cueto for a 6-0 Reds win over the Astros on Saturday. Cueto pitched seven scoreless innings.

4/28/2012 | Morrow shuts down Seattle in Blue Jays' win
Brandon Morrow helped snap the Blue Jays' season-high four-game losing streak by guiding them to a 7-0 win over the Mariners on Saturday at Rogers Centre.

4/28/2012 | Smyly's first win a gem as Tigers hold on
Though Jose Valverde's rocky ninth inning made a drama out of the Tigers' 7-5 win over the Yankees on Saturday, the six-plus innings of two-hit, one-run ball Drew Smyly posted to start it felt almost eerily smooth.

4/28/2012 | Reyes, Bonifacio swap spots atop Marlins order
To jump-start the offense, Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen is taking a first things first approach. So Guillen made a change at the top of the order Saturday, flip-flopping Jose Reyes and Emilio Bonifacio.

4/28/2012 | Veteran Cook now an option for Red Sox bullpen
Veteran right-hander Aaron Cook, with 72 Major League wins under his belt, made his fourth and likely final Minor League rehab start Saturday for Triple-A Pawtucket.

4/28/2012 | Boston's Dice-K dazzles in second rehab outing
Right-hander Daisuke Matsuzaka had an encouraging second start of his Minor League rehab assignment, giving up one run and striking out seven in 4 2/3 innings for Double-A Portland.

4/28/2012 | Ventura comfortable with White Sox bullpen
By no means does Robin Ventura feel like he's got all the answers, but the rookie White Sox skipper thinks he's got a good read on his relievers and their roles.

4/28/2012 | Barajas takes pride in Pirates' staff's showing
When Rod Barajas wants to brighten his mood, all the Pittsburgh catcher has to do is look away from his batting average and toward the Pirates pitchers' ERA.

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