4/23/2012 | Willis leaves O's affiliate without explanation
Orioles left-hander Dontrelle Willis has left the club's Triple-A affiliate in Norfolk without the organization's permission after being placed on the Minor League restricted list.
4/23/2012 | His MRI clear, Beltre may return on Tuesday
The MRI exam on Adrian Beltre's left hamstring came back normal, and the Rangers could get their All-Star third baseman back for Tuesday's game against the Yankees.
4/23/2012 | Orioles sign veteran infielder Hall
The Orioles have signed Bill Hall to a Minor League deal that is expected to be made official on Tuesday.
4/23/2012 | Miggy's hard work at plate easy to overlook
The first words on a lazy Sunday morning from Tigers hitting coach Lloyd McClendon on Miguel Cabrera's past week might have summed up his situation best.
4/23/2012 | Injured Cubs hurler Wood makes progress
Cubs pitcher Kerry Wood, on the disabled list with right shoulder fatigue, was expected to start throwing off the mound soon.
4/23/2012 | Leach: Pitching, schedule offer cure for Boston
There is nothing wrong with the Red Sox that a solid stretch of starting pitching couldn't fix. And with the schedule shaping up like it does for Boston, that stretch could arrive any day now.
4/23/2012 | Aviles, Valentine deny report of spring rift
Mike Aviles and Bobby Valentine on Monday were both quick to quash the idea that they had an early Spring Training rift.
4/23/2012 | Yankees commit to Garcia for next start
Freddy Garcia's troublesome outing against the Red Sox will not push him to the Yankees bullpen, as manager Joe Girardi said that the veteran right-hander "absolutely" will remain in the club's starting rotation.
4/23/2012 | Schumaker singles in return to Redbirds' lineup
One day after getting his first at-bat of the season, Skip Schumaker singled in three at-bats while making his first start since he was injured.
4/23/2012 | Fighting slump, Crew's Morgan out of lineup
Nyjer Morgan was his usual smiling self on Monday, though he was admittedly frustrated on the inside. The emotional sparkplug of last year's National League Central champs was left out of the Brewers' starting lineup amid a season-opening slump.
4/23/2012 | Yost asks Royals to learn from adversity
Managing a young team and living on a farm combined to give Royals manager Ned Yost an adage to go with a long losing streak: "Adversity is the fertilizer for maturity and growth."
4/23/2012 | Twins to skip struggling Liriano's next start
In an effort to help him clear his head after struggling in four outings so far this season, the Twins will skip left-hander Francisco Liriano's turn in the rotation this week.
4/23/2012 | Drew's latest D-backs workout is 'encouraging'
Stephen Drew did more work on Monday, diving for balls, planting and twisting on his ankle and running at full speed. But there's no timetable for the D-backs shortstop to return to game action.
4/23/2012 | Watchful Mattingly keeps Loney's swing in line
About the last thing Dodgers manager Don Mattingly wants is James Loney doing anything that will change his batting swing, which is Loney's tendency.
4/23/2012 | Rangers, Cards stay on top of Power Rankings
Let the debate continue. Is there a team more powerful than the Texas Rangers? Could it be the Cardinals, or perhaps the Yankees?
4/23/2012 | Phils' Pence out of lineup with shoulder injury
Hunter Pence did not start Monday's game in Arizona after suffering an injury to his left shoulder on Sunday. The Phillies said their star outfielder was day to day.
4/23/2012 | Farrell relates to Royals' losing streak
Blue Jays manager John Farrell said Monday he couldn't remember being involved with a losing streak quite as long as the Royals' 10-game slide, but he did compare the stretch for Kansas City to periods of rough showings by Toronto.
4/23/2012 | Jeter's four hits help CC top Texas
CC Sabathia pitched eight innings in what was arguably his sharpest start of the young season, Alex Rodriguez homered and Derek Jeter banged out four hits as the Yankees defeated the Rangers, 7-4, on Monday at Rangers Ballpark.
4/23/2012 | D-backs' homer vs. Phils overturned on review
The D-backs' Aaron Hill hit a ball toward the left-field foul pole that umpires originally ruled a homer against the Phillies' Kyle Kendrick. But upon review, the play was ruled a double.
4/23/2012 | Astros trying to get a feel for Castro's workload
Astros manager Brad Mills is still trying to get a feel for how much of a workload catcher Jason Castro can handle after missing all of last season following major knee surgery. Castro has started 11 of the team's first 17 games.
4/23/2012 | Donaldson demoted to make room for Hughes
A four-hour delayed flight couldn't keep the A's newest member out of the starting lineup, as Luke Hughes was immediately given the nod at third base upon his arrival Monday.
4/23/2012 | Decision near after MLB investigates Beras
The investigation into the identity of prospect Jairo Beras is complete and a decision could be imminent, according to an industry source.
4/23/2012 | Utley practices with Phils as they pass through Phoenix
Chase Utley is rehabbing his injured knee in Phoenix, where the Phillies are playing this week. He took batting practice with teammates and fielded before the game, but offered no timetable for his return.
4/23/2012 | Colletti says Ethier deal a priority for Dodgers
Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti on Monday repeated earlier comments indicating that a contract extension for outfielder Andre Ethier will be a high priority when new ownership takes over next week.
4/23/2012 | Ticket specials offered for Humber's next start
The White Sox are taking a proactive approach to Philip Humber's first start since his perfect game boosting home attendance Thursday.
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