4/27/2012 | Royals' Starling making most of extended spring
After signing last August and missing instructional league due to an inury, top Royals prospect Bubba Starling is working hard in extended spring camp.
4/27/2012 | Skowron, part of Yankees powerhouses, dies
Moose Skowron, the first baseman during the Mantle-Maris era of the Yankees' dynasty in the early 1960s, died Friday at age 81. He was a victim of lung cancer, detected in March 2011.
4/27/2012 | White Sox righty Crain heads to disabled list
The White Sox placed right-handed reliever Jesse Crain on the disabled list on Friday, retroactive to last Saturday, with a strained left oblique. Righty Dylan Axelrod was recalled from Triple-A Charlotte to take his place in the bullpen.
4/27/2012 | Pleskoff: Worley worthy of spot in Phils' rotation
Vance Worley is not yet a household name, but he has proven to be worthy of his place alongside Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee and Cole Hamels in the Phillies' starting rotation.
4/27/2012 | Fallen future Friars on the mend
The Padres had to feel that way over the past few weeks when three of the top 10 prospects in the organization's Top 20 rankings were all shelved. Fortunately for San Diego, they may have dodged any severe injury issues.
4/27/2012 | Lat strain forces Tribe lefty Perez to DL
With concerns hovering over Rafael Perez's distinct dip in velocity, the Indians placed the left-handed reliever on the disabled list on Friday. Cleveland indicated that the pitcher was suffering from a strained left lat muscle.
4/27/2012 | Moore: A-Rod, Junior, Big Unit were rare trio
The Mariners never won a World Series, nor a pennant. But they had three great players on the field at once: Alex Rodriguez, Ken Griffey Jr. and Randy Johnson.
4/27/2012 | Harper to debut for Nats tonight in LA
The wait is over. The Nationals announced on Friday they have recalled outfielder Bryce Harper -- the No. 2 prospect in all of baseball -- and have placed Ryan Zimmerman on the 15-day disabled list because of inflammation in his right shoulder.
4/27/2012 | Royals recall Dyson and option Bourgeois
With center fielder Lorenzo Cain not yet ready to return from his injury rehab assignment, the Royals on Friday recalled outfielder Jarrod Dyson and optioned Jason Bourgeois to Triple-A.
4/27/2012 | Phillies to be cautious with Lee's oblique strain
Left-hander Cliff Lee, who was placed on the disabled list with a left rib cage pull, had an MRI on Thursday that confirmed the original diagnosis.
4/27/2012 | Indians' Perez on DL with strained lat muscle
With concerns hovering over Rafael Perez's distinct dip in pitch velocity, the Indians placed the left-handed reliever on the disabled list on Friday. Cleveland indicated that the pitcher was suffering from a strained left lat muscle.
4/27/2012 | Washington says Rangers can get better
The Rangers have the best record in baseball at 15-4 entering Friday's series opener against the Rays. And still, manager Ron Washington said his team can play better.
4/27/2012 | Chipper returns to Braves' lineup vs. Bucs
With the help of a day off for his knee to recover after the long flight back from Los Angeles, Chipper Jones was in the Braves' lineup for Friday night's series opener against the Pirates.
4/27/2012 | Scioscia confident Pujols will come around
Albert Pujols entered the Angels' three-game set against the Indians batting just .224 with no homers and four RBIs. Don't, however, color his club concerned.
4/27/2012 | Johnson back with team after hospital stay
Orioles closer Jim Johnson was back with the club on Friday, after spending four days at an area hospital because of food poisoning. He was discharged from Saint Agnes Hospital late Friday morning.
4/27/2012 | Braves anticipate Hudson's 2012 debut Sunday
The Braves elected to give Mike Minor the extra day of rest between starts rather than Tim Hudson, even though the veteran threw 110 pitches in his last rehab start on Tuesday for Gwinnett.
4/27/2012 | Battling infection, Crisp back in lineup
Left fielder Coco Crisp, who had missed seven of the past eight games because of an ear infection, returned to the lineup on Friday against Baltimore and went 1-for-3 with a stolen base and a run scored in Oakland's 5-2 victory.
4/27/2012 | D-backs sticking with Miley in rotation
In what seemed like a foregone conclusion, D-backs manager Kirk Gibson said that left-hander Wade Miley will stay in the rotation and start Sunday against the Marlins.
4/27/2012 | Downs in, Walden out as Angels' closer
Less than 24 hours after he served up a walk-off homer to the Rays' Brandon Allen, Angels right-hander Jordan Walden has been removed from the closer role. Southpaw Scott Downs will take over ninth-inning duties until Walden proves capable to return to the role.
4/27/2012 | Bucs prospect Bell out after knee surgery
The rookie professional season of Josh Bell, the Pirates' big score in last June's First-Year Player Draft, has come to a sudden halt with an injury to his left knee.
4/27/2012 | Jays' Liddi to see time in the outfield
Rookie Alex Liddi was back in the lineup for a fifth straight game on Friday as manager Eric Wedge continued taking a long look at the youngster from Italy.
4/27/2012 | Miggy, Balester film telenovela at Fan Cave
Miguel Cabrera and Colin Balester visited the MLB Fan Cave in Greenwich Village from noon to 2 p.m. ET on Friday, filming segments for an upcoming video that you can find later next week at MLBFanCave.com.
4/27/2012 | Blue Jays waiting on MRI results on Snider's wrist
Travis Snider underwent an MRI on his right wrist in Las Vegas on Friday morning, but the results have not come back yet, according to Blue Jays manager John Farrell.
4/27/2012 | Pettitte to make next start Monday in Maine
The next step of Andy Pettitte's comeback effort will come on Monday, when he takes the mound again for the Double-A Trenton Thunder.
4/27/2012 | Wood, Dempster on track in rehab stints
The Cubs got some good news early on Friday as both Kerry Wood and Ryan Dempster threw good bullpen sessions as they work their way back from the disabled list.
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