4/25/2012 | MLB earns more high marks for diversity
When it comes to being graded for racial diversity in the workplace, Major League Baseball continues to earn straight A's.
4/25/2012 | Dickey rebounds to toss significant gem
R.A. Dickey's start against the Marlins at Citi Field on Wednesday night carried some early significance. This is a Mets team, after all, that was widely written off going into the season. Their confidence is being carefully nurtured. And the veteran knuckleballer came through.
4/25/2012 | Volquez looking to make Nats first victim as Friar
There is a chance someone's luck -- either Nationals hitters or Padres starter Edinson Volquez -- will change Thursday when the two teams conclude their three-game series at Petco Park.
4/25/2012 | Mets brandishing brooms vs. slumping Marlins
The Mets call on arguably their most effective starter in Jon Niese to lead them to a sweep of the Marlins on Thursday. Miami counters with Ricky Nolasco, who is two wins away from the franchise mark.
4/25/2012 | Giants looking to end Cincinnati skid
The Giants have now lost seven straight at Great American Ball Park, as they look to avoid a sweep against a hot Reds team in a Thursday matinee.
4/25/2012 | Behind Matusz, O's go for sweep of Blue Jays
In Thursday night's series finale between the Blue Jays and Orioles, youth will serve both sides as Toronto's Drew Hutchison and Baltimore's Brian Matusz share the bump, with the O's seeking a three-game sweep at Camden Yards.
4/25/2012 | Noesi aims to navigate Mariners to sweep
Fresh off a homestand they finished by losing five of the last six games, the Mariners have recorded a season-high 15 hits in both of their first two contests of a 10-day, nine-game road trip. They look for the series sweep Thursday at Detroit.
4/25/2012 | Moore, Williams both looking to get well
The Angels' Jerome Williams and the Rays' Matt Moore, both looking for their first wins, face off in the three-game series finale on Thursday afternoon.
4/25/2012 | Pettitte makes progress in outing at Trenton
Andy Pettitte took a step toward returning to the New York Yankees' rotation on Wednesday night, pitching for the Double-A Eastern League Trenton Thunder before 8,146 fans on a windy night at Mercer County Waterfront Park.
4/25/2012 | Cubs know scoring will be tough against Halladay
The Phillies' Roy Halladay and the Cubs' Paul Maholm are hoping their clubs, which have struggled to score consistently, will give them some offensive support in Friday's series opener at Citizens Bank Park.
4/25/2012 | A.J. aims to keep switch on against host Braves
A.J. Burnett has a chance for a strong encore Friday night against the Braves, who trot out Tommy Hanson to the mound at Turner Field.
4/24/2012 | Obama, Letterman join Humber's whirlwind ride
Add President Barack Obama and Late Show legend David Letterman to the list of people crossing Philip Humber's path to perfection.
4/24/2012 | Bautista powers Blue Jays to sweep in KC
Jose Bautista launched a two-run homer, his third of the year, to give the Blue Jays a 4-1 win over the Kansas City Royals on Monday night, completing a four-game sweep at Kauffman Stadium.
4/24/2012 | Giants sweep twin bill
Who needs a save situation? The Giants had specialized in winning close games this season, but they found a way to win twice without tempting the late-inning fates Monday.
4/24/2012 | Mather's most: Cubs walk off against rival Cards
Joe Mather smacked a two-run walk-off single in the ninth inning to lift the Cubs to a 3-2 victory Monday night over the Cardinals.
4/24/2012 | Royals fall to 0-10 at Kauffman Stadium
The Blue Jays' 3-1 victory on Monday night meant that the Royals not only had lost 11 straight games but stood 0-10 at home as they left Kansas City for a nine-game road trip.
4/24/2012 | Ross' two homers snap Red Sox's skid
Much of Monday's 6-5, skid-snapping win for the Red Sox over the Twins made little sense, not unlike everything else that's happened to the Sox this month.
4/24/2012 | Braun leads balanced attack in Crew's victory
Ryan Braun homered and drove in two runs Monday to lead the Brewers' offense, and Zack Greinke was the beneficiary in a 6-5 win over the Astros in the opener of a three-game series at Miller Park.
4/24/2012 | D-backs' Miley is a big hit, backed by pop stars
Wade Miley worked six shutout innings and was backed by a big offensive output as the D-backs enjoyed a big win over the Phillies on Monday night.
4/24/2012 | Not quite perfect, but Peavy brilliant in win
There was no perfect game celebration following the White Sox 4-0 victory over Oakland Monday night at the Coliseum. But Jake Peavy was pretty darn close to perfect.
4/24/2012 | Justice: Jeter defying all who wrote him off
Looking back on it, Derek Jeter did attempt to tell us there'd be more times like this. Let's give him that right up front. Our hats are off to you, buddy.
4/24/2012 | Now at 40, Chipper proud to play at high level
After undergoing six knee surgeries, including three in the past 20 months, Chipper Jones can proudly say that he is still competing at the Major League level at the age of 40.
4/24/2012 | Uribe's four hits lead way for LA, Capuano
Juan Uribe tied a career high with four hits and drove in three runs and Chris Capuano pitched seven effective innings as the Dodgers opened the homestand Monday night with a 7-2 win over Atlanta.
4/24/2012 | Braves option struggling Jurrjens after loss in LA
Struggling Braves starter Jair Jurrjens was optioned to Triple-A after allowing five runs in a season-low three-plus innings in a 7-2 loss to the Dodgers on Monday night.
4/24/2012 | Jays closer Santos has no structural damage
An MRI exam on Monday confirmed the inflammation in Blue Jays closer Sergio Santos' right shoulder but showed no structural damage.
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