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4/24/2012 | O's Hunter grounds Jays to take series opener
Orioles right-hander Tommy Hunter held the Blue Jays to one run in six innings and Matt Wieters supplied a solo home run to upend the Blue Jays, 2-1, Tuesday night at Camden Yards.

4/24/2012 | Astros not happy about home-plate collision
Jason Castro was out of the Astros' starting lineup Tuesday, one day after he was flattened in a home-plate collision with the Brewers' Mat Gamel.

4/24/2012 | Quartet of Rays homers backs up Price's shutout
Lumber -- four Rays home runs -- and lightning -- David Price's 95-mph fastball -- led a 5-0 Tampa Bay win over the Angels on Tuesday night at Tropicana Field.

4/24/2012 | Padres consider altering dimensions at Petco
Padres interim CEO Tom Garfinkel said on Tuesday that the team is considering modifications to the dimensions of Petco Park so that it doesn't suppress offense the way it has since the downtown ballpark opened in 2004.

4/24/2012 | A's Crisp sits out after feeling dizzy on Monday
An ailing Coco Crisp sat out for the sixth time in seven days on Tuesday, as a bout with dizziness in Monday's game warranted more rest during the middle contest of a three-game series with the visiting White Sox.

4/24/2012 | Strasburg disappointed he won't pitch at Petco
While Stephen Strasburg was enjoying his return to his hometown, the San Diego native did express some disappointment about missing a chance to start at Petco Park.

4/24/2012 | After Johan dazzles, Mets wait out JJ, rally past Fish
New York won Tuesday in Jose Reyes' return to Citi Field, when Lucas Duda delivered a game-winning single in the eighth inning, sending the Mets to a 2-1 victory over the Marlins.

4/24/2012 | Latos' gem, first Reds win backed by bats
Mat Latos wasn't about to let his best start of this short season -- and first win as a Red -- get away from him. Not without a big fight. The Reds coasted to a 9-2 victory over the Giants on Tuesday, but things were plenty tense during a long sixth inning.

4/24/2012 | Pirates come from behind twice in win
The Pirates got a solid start from Kevin Correia along with big hits from Andrew McCutchen and Clint Barmes to give the Bucs a 5-4 win on Tuesday.

4/24/2012 | Castrovince: KC not playing like a contender
Even at this unmistakably early juncture, it's getting more difficult to take the Royals seriously as AL Central contenders. Their unsightly skid flies in the face of the "Our Time" motto the Royals have employed to boast their burgeoning core.

4/24/2012 | Sandoval's 17-game hit streak sets new mark
Pablo Sandoval's hit off of Reds reliever Sam LeCure snapped a tie with Willie Mays for the all-time San Francisco Giants record and leaves Sandoval one game behind Johnny Rucker's franchise streak of 18 games that began the New York Giants' 1945 season.

4/24/2012 | Williams: White Sox 'focusing on their focus'
"Appreciate the Game" stands as the official slogan for the 2012 White Sox. Prior to the White Sox second contest in a three-game series with the A's on Tuesday at the Coliseum, general manager Ken Williams might have put forth a secondary marketing campaign. Williams came up with a good T-shirt slogan, at the very least, if the White Sox build off their excellent start.

4/24/2012 | After MRI on shoulder, Pence put into lineup
The Phillies e-mailed a news release early Tuesday saying Hunter Pence had a precautionary MRI scheduled for his left shoulder. A few hours later, Charlie Manuel penciled him into the lineup.

4/24/2012 | Stauffer faces Quentin during simulated game
Pitcher Tim Stauffer's simulated game Tuesday at Petco Park served a dual purpose, as he was able to test his right elbow against live hitters, such as outfielder Carlos Quentin who, like Stauffer, is attempting to get back from the disabled list.

4/24/2012 | Homer helps Chipper celebrate 40th with bang
Chipper Jones made his final birthday game a memorable one and extended his recent trend of hitting a home run every time he returns to the Braves' lineup for a special day.

4/24/2012 | D-backs won't commit to another start for Miley
Despite Wade Miley throwing six shutout innings against the Phillies on Monday, D-backs manager Kirk Gibson isn't ready to commit to the left-hander for another start.

4/24/2012 | Father-to-be Humber returns to Chicago
Philip Humber has temporarily transformed from perfect-game media sensation back to expectant father.

4/24/2012 | Sunday start will give CC extra day of rest
Yankees manager Joe Girardi announced after Tuesday's 2-0 loss to the Rangers that Freddy Garcia will start on Saturday against the Tigers in the Bronx, leaving CC Sabathia to start Sunday's game on an extra day of rest.

4/24/2012 | Bodley: Pujols finds bright side of struggles
This may come as a shock, but Albert Pujols believes the worst offensive drought of his storied career may be the best thing that could happen to him as he begins a new life with the Los Angeles Angels.

4/24/2012 | Moore: Pitch counts need to go, says Lasorda
Tommy Lasorda can talk forever. I'm guessing you know about his affinity for the Big Dodger in the Sky. Well, here's something else that keeps Lasorda's tongue flapping with the greatest of ease: Pitch counts. He despises them.

4/24/2012 | Ailments in the outfield for Indians
On Tuesday, Cleveland right fielder Shin-Soo Choo and center fielder Michael Brantley were each sidelined by minor ailments. Brantley was held out of the lineup due to soreness in his right wrist and Choo exited Tuesday's 4-3 win over the Royals in the eighth inning with a tight left hamstring.

4/24/2012 | Pujols still lagging at plate, but not the only one
Albert Pujols went 0-for-4 in the Angels' 5-0 loss to David Price and the Rays on Tuesday night, putting him at a .232 clip, extending his homerless streak to 69 at-bats.

4/24/2012 | Giants, Reds looking to veteran leadership
The Giants and Reds will be counting on a veteran pitcher in Wednesday's game, and both arms have gotten off to fast starts this season.

4/24/2012 | Eager Hellickson sees room for improvement
Jeremy Hellickson gets the chance to work on his pitch count Wednesday, when he starts opposite C.J. Wilson in a battle between the host Rays and the visiting Angels.

4/24/2012 | King Felix always happy to pitch in Comerica Park
Felix Hernandez returns to the scene of his debut on Wednesday, when the Mariners face the Tigers in the second game of a three-game set. He'll be opposed by lefty Adam Wilk.

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