4/17/2012 | Red Sox hosting free open house at Fenway
The Red Sox will hold a free open house from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET on Thursday, giving fans the chance to join in on Fenway Park's centennial even if they can't be there Friday against the Yankees.
4/17/2012 | New Orleans UYA stadium is taking shape
Major League Baseball executives Jimmie Lee Solomon and Darrell Miller conducted a walk-through at the site of the future Urban Youth Academy in New Orleans on Monday, and they were excited by the prospects of the facility.
4/17/2012 | Gio's home cooking leads Nats past Astros
Left-hander Gio Gonzalez picked up where he left off his last start, putting together another stellar performance on the mound to help the Nationals blank the Astros, 1-0, at Nationals Park on Tuesday night.
4/17/2012 | Cards' Berkman, Beltran, Freese back in lineup
The Cardinals opened a three-game series against the division-rival Reds on Tuesday, and they did so with their offense back at full strength.
4/17/2012 | Padres get good news on prospect Kelly
The Padres got good news Tuesday about their No. 2 prospect, right-handed pitcher Casey Kelly, who was scratched from a Monday start with soreness in his right elbow.
4/17/2012 | Angels keep Kendrys in mind for time at first
While the Angels are set at first base with Albert Pujols, the team hasn't ruled out Kendrys Morales playing the position sometime this season, manager Mike Scioscia said Tuesday.
4/17/2012 | Hanley's homer sinks Cubs
Hanley Ramirez once again set the home run sculpture in motion and ignited the Marlins to a 5-2 victory over the Cubs on Tuesday night.
4/17/2012 | Braves get to Johan early to snap skid
The Braves scored early runs against Johan Santana to cruise to a 9-3 win against the Mets on Tuesday evening, snapping a four-game losing streak to their division rivals.
4/17/2012 | Cowgill's demotion among flurry of A's moves
A crowded outfield number shrunk by one for the A's on Tuesday, when Collin Cowgill was optioned to Triple-A Sacramento as part of a bevy of roster moves.
4/17/2012 | Karstens removed with shoulder inflammation
Pirates right-hander Jeff Karstens was removed from Tuesday night's game following one inning, suffering from inflammation in his right shoulder.
4/17/2012 | Burnett visits Bucs en route to final rehab start
A.J. Burnett dropped by the Pirates in Phoenix en route to making what is expected to be his final Minor League rehabilitation start.
4/17/2012 | Phillies not concerned about Halladay
Roy Halladay certainly looks like the same dominant Cy Young Award-caliber pitcher he has been for more than a decade. But pitch f/x, which MLB.com Gameday uses to chart pitch velocity and movement, has shown a drop in Halladay's velocity, which has stirred discussion and concern among nervous Phillies fans.
4/17/2012 | Saito nearing rehab assignment
D-backs reliever Takashi Saito practiced covering first base on Tuesday, and the club will wait to see how his injured calf responds before sending him on a rehab assignment.
4/17/2012 | Giants' Casilla comes through with first 2012 save
Responding to the challenge of replacing closer Brian Wilson, Santiago Casilla punctuated the Giants' 4-2 victory Tuesday over Philadelphia by converting his first save opportunity since the three-time All-Star closer was sidelined.
4/17/2012 | Mariners' Wedge tabs Montero to catch Millwood
Kevin Millwood, 37, threw to Jesus Montero, 22, on Tuesday night, just as he did in his season debut April 11 in Texas.
4/17/2012 | Royals' Gordon gives back in name of love
Sometimes it doesn't take much to find a common bond between two people. For a 5-year-old cancer patient and a big league outfielder, all it took was a name.
4/17/2012 | Rangers' Young exits game with stiff back
Rangers designated hitter Michael Young left Tuesday's game in the eighth inning with some stiffness in his lower back. Young was removed as a precautionary measure and is expected to be in the lineup on Wednesday.
4/17/2012 | Red-hot Rangers eye sweep of Red Sox
The red-hot Rangers look to push their winning streak to six games when Derek Holland takes the ball on Wednesday, one night after an 18-3 rout over the Red Sox in the series opener. Meanwhile, the Red Sox are again searching to regain their rhythm after back-to-back difficult losses in virtually opposite fashion.
4/17/2012 | Season debut an emotional one for Marquis
Twins starter Jason Marquis will make his season debut against his former favorite team for his first start in the American League, which Hiroki Kuroda can relate to after the Yankees' starter spent his first four seasons with the Dodgers.
4/17/2012 | Zimmermann looking for first win of year vs. Astros
Jordan Zimmermann will be in search of his first win when he toes the rubber against Lucas Harrell and the Astros on Wednesday night.
4/17/2012 | Jurrjens, Dickey to decide series in matinee
In their fifth try this season, the Braves finally solved the Mets on Tuesday night, and after a quick turnaround, they'll be looking to ride that momentum to a series victory over their division rivals on Wednesday afternoon.
4/17/2012 | Garza eyes encore opposite ex-AL rival Buehrle
After Matt Garza was one out from throwing a shutout in his previous start, he'll try to outduel Mark Buehrle at Marlins Park on Wednesday.
4/17/2012 | Price, Morrow square off in middle game
Southpaw David Price will get the ball for the Rays in the second game of a three-game set against the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. Toronto will counter with righty Brandon Morrow.
4/16/2012 | Jeter, Ibanez slug Yankees past Angels
Derek Jeter cracked a three-run homer and Ivan Nova turned in six effective innings for the victory as the Yankees defeated the Angels, 11-5, on Sunday at Yankee Stadium.
4/16/2012 | Weaver takes lead as Angels welcome A's
Brandon McCarthy will take the mound for Oakland in the opener of a four-game series against the Angels in Anaheim on Monday. Los Angeles will counter with All-Star Jered Weaver in the battle of division rivals.
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