4/28/2012 | A's Reddick continues to dominate Orioles
Josh Reddick continued his domination of the Orioles on Friday, with a homer and an RBI single. He is now batting .359 with five doubles, two triples, six home runs and 13 RBIs in 24 career games against Baltimore.
4/28/2012 | Braves could have McCann back Monday
Brian McCann was pleased to feel minimal discomfort in his right side on Saturday morning. The catcher was further encouraged when he arrived at Turner Field a few hours later and learned he could return to the Braves' lineup as early as Monday.
4/28/2012 | LA's Rivera looking good, but may need DL stint
Dodgers outfielder/infielder Juan Rivera continues making progress from a strained left hamstring, but manager Don Mattingly wouldn't rule out the disabled list for the run producer.
4/28/2012 | Corbin replaces Collmenter in D-backs' rotation
Patrick Corbin will join the D-backs' starting rotation Monday when he starts against the Marlins in place of Josh Collmenter.
4/28/2012 | Clevenger placed on DL with oblique strain
Given the chance to feel sorry for himself, Cubs catcher Steve Clevenger, who was placed on the 15-day disabled list, instead remained focused on the next step as he faces the first injury of his career.
4/28/2012 | 'Light at the end of the tunnel' for Howard, Utley
Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. confirmed Saturday night that first baseman Ryan Howard (Achilles tendon surgery) will leave for Clearwater, Fla., to continue his rehabilitation and second baseman Chase Utley (chronic knee issues) could follow him to the complex soon.
4/28/2012 | O's pay tribute to Robinson at Camden Yards
Before Saturday's game with the A's, the Orioles Legends Celebration Series started with the unveiling of a bronze sculpture of Frank Robinson at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
4/28/2012 | 'Yu's on?' ad recalls Abbott & Costello
The Rangers debuted their newest TV spot on Saturday, featuring pitcher Yu Darvish and catcher Mike Napoli in a parody of the famous Abbott & Costello routine, "Who's on First?"
4/28/2012 | Injuries to Rockies starters not troublesome
With two pitchers going down Friday, it may have looked like the sky was falling in on the Rockies' rotation. Despite the rough day, things may not be as bleak as they appeared.
4/28/2012 | Romero helps open youth zone at YMCA
The Central Toronto YMCA not only got a major facelift Saturday morning, it had a special guest in attendance to unveil its grand opening project: Blue Jays starting pitcher Ricky Romero.
4/28/2012 | Harper excited to begin big league career
Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper arrived in Los Angeles around 1:30 a.m. PT on Saturday. He got about four hours sleep, excited that he was making his Major League debut against the Dodgers.
4/28/2012 | Tigers' Fister looks ready for rehab assignment
What looked like a lengthy absence for Tigers starter Doug Fister might be ending shortly. In fact, if his rehab start for Triple-A Toledo goes well next week, it might not be long at all.
4/28/2012 | Johan set to make first start on normal rest
After making each of his first four starts on an extra day of rest, Johan Santana will pitch on regular rest Sunday for the first time this season.
4/28/2012 | Rays' Maddon lauds Zobrist's outfield prowess
Rays manager Joe Maddon recently complimented the fielding prowess of his group of outfielders, which led to further comments about Ben Zobrist's play.
4/28/2012 | Numbers don't lie: Hundley on the rise for Padres
Nick Hundley has shown marked improvement since his season-opening hitting slump, with more hits and even more better-hit balls, increasing his frequency of line drives.
4/28/2012 | Giants' MRI shows Sanchez's shoulder 'just a strain'
Freddy Sanchez, trying to make it all the way back from a shoulder injury, suffered "just a strain" during the rehab process and should be able to resume playing in about a week.
4/28/2012 | Lester earns first win; Red Sox win sixth straight
Left-hander Jon Lester worked seven shutout innings to post his first win of the season as the Red Sox eked out a 1-0 victory against Jake Peavy and the White Sox on Saturday in Chicago. Adrian Gonzalez drove in the game's lone run.
4/28/2012 | Anibal fans 14, Hanley, Marlins walk off, end slide
Hanley Ramirez delivered a two-out walk-off single in the ninth inning that rallied the Marlins to a 3-2 win over the D-backs on Saturday night, snapping Miami's losing streak at six games.
4/28/2012 | 9 to 5: Bedard's day of work leads to first '12 win
Largely due to Erik Bedard's assertive response to trouble in the fifth inning, the Bucs outlasted the Braves, 4-2, at Turner Field on Saturday as the left-hander struck out nine en route to his first win in 2012.
4/28/2012 | Minor League team: Can you outpitch Moyer?
Jamie Moyer has only one Major League win this season, but every home game at Minor League ballpark Hammond Stadium might as well count as another victory for the oldest player in baseball.
4/28/2012 | Chipper's soreness could limit his playing time
Chipper Jones has been battling what he describes as "arthritic pain" in the lower inside part of his surgically repaired left knee.
4/28/2012 | O's Reynolds looking for elusive first homer of '12
He's been known as a power hitter throughout his career, but Mark Reynolds is still looking for his first homer of 2012.
4/28/2012 | Sandoval's season-opening streak ends at 20
Pablo Sandoval's season-opening 20-game hitting streak ended on Saturday night with an 0-for-4 performance against the Padres.
4/28/2012 | Vargas looks to get Seattle back on track
The man who started Seattle's four-game winning streak looks to start another one for the Mariners on Sunday, as left-hander Jason Vargas takes the mound for Sunday's series finale against the Blue Jays.
4/28/2012 | NLCS redo: Greinke, Garcia tangle at Busch
Zack Greinke will return to the Busch Stadium mound for the first time since last year's NLCS. He will try to stop Jaime Garcia and the St. Louis Cardinals from completing a sweep.
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