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4/18/2012 | Bucs closer Hanrahan out until at least Friday
Pirates closer Joel Hanrahan tweaked his right hamstring on the last pitch of his save on Sunday. He was not available Tuesday night, and remains day to day with tightness in that area.

4/18/2012 | D-backs' Blum lands on disabled list
Following Tuesday night's 5-4 loss to the Pirates, the D-backs placed veteran Geoff Blum on the 15-day disabled list. The veteran pulled a side muscle during batting practice.

4/18/2012 | Reds face familiar foe in Cardinals' Garcia
When the Reds faced the Cardinals' Jaime Garcia on April 11, they produced 11 hits and three earned runs in 4 2/3 innings. On Wednesday night, Garcia -- who is 6-1 against Cincinnati -- tries to rebound as he opposes Mat Latos at Busch Stadium.

4/18/2012 | Pirates look to keep D-backs' Hudson reeling
The Pirates -- the club that has scored the fewest runs of any team in baseball, will face Daniel Hudson -- off to a horrendous start to his 2012 campaign -- in Wednesday's series finale at Chase Field.

4/18/2012 | Moved-up Sanchez faces mercurial Scherzer
Kansas City's Jonathan Sanchez lost his only prior start against the Tigers, despite allowing just three runs in seven innings. He'll be opposed Wednesday by Max Scherzer, who has pitched on each end of the spectrum in his two outings.

4/18/2012 | Indians, Mariners seek lengthy outings from starters
Following Tuesday night's series-opening slugfest, both the Mariners and Indians will look to their starters to do the heavy lifting after a taxing night to the bullpens.

4/18/2012 | Peavy tries to stop losing streak vs. Hunter and O's
Jake Peavy will not only try to continue to pitch like his old self on Wednesday, but he will try to keep Tommy Hunter and the O's from taking the first three games of the series.

4/18/2012 | Lee, Cain bring dominance to series finale
A closely contested series gives way to a tremendous pitching matchup in Wednesday's rubber match between the Phillies and Giants. Two strong starting rotations are offering a pair of aces when Cliff Lee and Matt Cain share the bump.

4/18/2012 | Richard, Nicasio square off in Padres-Rox finale
The Padres and Rockies close out their three-game set at Coors Field with Clayton Richard and Juan Nicasio taking the mound for the rubber match.

4/18/2012 | History on Santana's side in matchup with A's
Angels righty Ervin Santana looks to turn around his early-season struggles when he pitches against the A's and Bartolo Colon on Wednesday night.

4/18/2012 | Capuano to face former teammates at Miller Park
Chris Capuano will return to the mound against his former squad on Wednesday, when the Dodgers square off against Zack Greinke and the Brewers at Miller Park.

4/18/2012 | MLB Notebook: Moyer improves with age
Jamie Moyer on Tuesday became the oldest pitcher in big leagues history to win a game, continuing his outstanding production after age 40.

4/18/2012 | New Draft system adds intrigue to June event
The new First-Year Player Draft system, which in the simplest terms is designed to level the playing field between the wealthiest teams and those in smaller markets, has people watching, waiting to see how it shakes out.

4/18/2012 | Moyer proves he's still a winner at age 49
Rockies left-hander Jamie Moyer pitched himself into the history books Tuesday night, becoming the oldest pitcher to win a Major League game. And he did it in impressive fashion, too.

4/18/2012 | Day after forgettable start, Johan's arm fine
The Mets arrived to the ballpark Wednesday no more distressed by the shortest outing of Johan Santana's career than they had been the night before.

4/18/2012 | Nieuwenhuis moves to leadoff for Mets
Kirk Nieuwenhuis was in an unfamiliar spot against the Braves on Wednesday afternoon.

4/18/2012 | Bucs place Karstens on DL, recall Lincoln
The Pirates on Wednesday placed right-hander Jeff Karstens on the 15-day DL with right shoulder inflammation and recalled right-hander Brad Lincoln from Triple-A.

4/18/2012 | Angels finalize four-year extension with Aybar
After roughly five months of negotiations, the Angels finalized a four-year extension with shortstop Erick Aybar on Wednesday afternoon.

4/18/2012 | Chipper rests with hopes of staying healthy
As Chipper Jones prepared to rest his sore legs during Wednesday afternoon's game against the Mets, he said is hoping that his surgically repaired left knee starts to prove more comfortable over the next few days and weeks.

4/18/2012 | Chipper, Bo wax poetic on Moyer
The day after Jamie Moyer's record-setting victory, Bo Jackson and Chipper Jones reminisced about the veteran southpaw.

4/18/2012 | Wright ties Strawberry for Mets' RBI record
David Wright notched another franchise record on Wednesday, tying Darryl Strawberry for the most RBI in Mets history with 733.

4/18/2012 | Uggla breaks out as Braves hammer Mets
Juan Francisco, Dan Uggla and Freddie Freeman each homered, powering Atlanta to a 14-6 victory over the Mets on Wednesday in the finale of a three-game set.

4/18/2012 | D-backs place Young on disabled list
The D-backs will be without their leading hitter for at least two weeks, as Chris Young was placed on the 15-day DL on Wednesday with a right shoulder contusion.

4/18/2012 | Melancon optioned to Minors; Tazawa promoted
Reliever Mark Melancon, who has allowed 11 earned runs in two innings this season, was demoted to Triple-A Pawtucket on Wednesday.

4/18/2012 | Pettitte testimony debated in Clemens case
In the midst of jury selection in the federal perjury trial of Roger Clemens, the government and the defense presented arguments to Judge Reggie Walton on Wednesday about just how much Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte's recollections about using human-growth hormone can come into the trial.

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