4/15/2012 | Phillips returns to lineup for DC finale
Following a five-game stretch out of the starting lineup because of a cramp in his left hamstring, Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips was back on Sunday vs. the Nationals.
4/15/2012 | Bruce, Votto have faith bats will find life
The Reds' profound hitting skid to start the season has felt infinite to frustrated fans. For the hitters actually going through it, it hasn't been fun either. But they have optimism that it will end.
4/15/2012 | Reds honor Jackie on 65th anniversary of debut
Major League Baseball celebrated Jackie Robinson Day on Sunday, the 65th anniversary of the day the Brooklyn Dodgers' great broke the color barrier and integrated the game.
4/15/2012 | Reds being cautious with ailing Cairo
Reds utility infielder Miguel Cairo remained day to day Sunday with a strained left hamstring. Cairo was injured trying to score from second base in the second inning on Saturday vs. the Nationals.
4/15/2012 | Once swelling subsides, more tests for Jacoby
Red Sox center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury still has evaluations to undergo after suffering a subluxed right shoulder, which is a partial dislocation, on Friday.
4/15/2012 | Crawford close to getting some game action
Red Sox left fielder Carl Crawford could see time in extended spring games as soon as Tuesday, a day after he returns to the team's Spring Training complex in Fort Myers, Fla.
4/15/2012 | Storen looking forward to rejoining 'pen
Entering Sunday's action, the Nationals' bullpen had a 1.98 ERA with two saves. The bullpen will be even better once closer Drew Storen returns from his right elbow injury.
4/15/2012 | Nats pay homage on Jackie Robinson Day
The Nationals took part in a league-wide celebration of Jackie Robinson Day by honoring the first African-American player in Major League Baseball. Before the game, the Nationals had a trivia show with fans about Robinson.
4/15/2012 | Blue Jays, O's pay tribute to Jackie Robinson
The Blue Jays and Orioles participated in a pregame ceremony before Sunday's finale to honor the late Jackie Robinson.
4/15/2012 | Blue Jays' Cecil off to bumpy start in Minors
Brett Cecil is 0-2 with a 6.94 ERA after two starts at Double-A New Hampshire, and opposing batters are hitting .333 against him.
4/15/2012 | Former Nat Harris likes what he sees in DC
Reds infielder/outfielder Willie Harris is not surprised the Nationals are off to a great start. Entering Sunday's action, Washington was 7-2 and in first place in the National League East.
4/15/2012 | Baseball pays tribute to pioneer Robinson
Members of all 30 Major League teams donned the No. 42 on Sunday in honor of Jackie Robinson Day, with each home team holding ceremonies to recognize the impact of the great baseball pioneer.
4/15/2012 | Infante first Marlin to set off home run sculpture
Omar Infante's second-inning home run on Sunday made Marlins history. Infante hit the first Marlins home run at Marlins Park. The solo shot set off the Marlins' 75-foot home run sculpture beyond the left-field fence for the first time, and gave Miami a 1-0 lead over Houston.
4/15/2012 | New York's finger-injury bug bites Bay
Joking about what he called a "jammed finger epidemic" filtering through the clubhouse, Jason Bay was a late scratch on Sunday with an injured right ring finger.
4/15/2012 | Cubs' first visit to Marlins Park will be an event
The Cubs will open a three-game series in Miami against the Marlins on Tuesday. It will be the first time the Cubs see new Marlins Park and it also will be Miami manager Ozzie Guillen's first game back after serving a five-game suspension.
4/15/2012 | Wright feels fine one day after return to action
On Sunday, one day after blasting a home run in his first at-bat back from a finger injury, David Wright was back in the lineup without hesitation.
4/15/2012 | Royals add Coleman to 'pen, option Dyson
The Royals beefed up their bullpen on Sunday by recalling right-hander Louis Coleman from Triple-A Omaha and optioning outfielder Jarrod Dyson to the same club.
4/15/2012 | Cubs break out No. 42 to celebrate Robinson
Sunday was Jackie Robinson Day for Major League Baseball, and all of the Cubs wore No. 42 jerseys in honor of the former Dodgers great who broke the color barrier.
4/15/2012 | Indians honor, reflect on Jackie Robinson Day
As players slowly began to put on their No. 42 jersey tops on Sunday, the significance of Jackie Robinson Day resonated within the Indians clubhouse.
4/15/2012 | Royals, fans pay homage on Robinson's day
With the annual celebration of Jackie Robinson Day came an omnipresence of the Hall of Famer's No. 42, both on the field and off at Kauffman Stadium on Sunday.
4/15/2012 | Royals pitchers Hochevar, Paulino on mend
A pair of banged-up Royals starters are on their way back to the mound. On Sunday, manager Ned Yost gave a favorable review of Luke Hochevar's health, while Felipe Paulino heads to extended spring training.
4/15/2012 | Acta hopes Indians, Royals move past events
After the Royals and Indians were involved in two bench-clearing incidents on Saturday, one resulting in three Cleveland ejections, manager Manny Acta hopes there is closure regarding the episodes.
4/15/2012 | Chicago's Ventura not looking past the game at hand
When asked in Sunday's pregame interview session what makes him think the White Sox start is a harbinger of good things to come, manager Robin Ventura stuck strictly to the results as evidence.
4/15/2012 | Gimenez promoted, starts Sunday vs. Red Sox
Chris Gimenez arrived Sunday morning to take the place of catcher Jose Lobaton, who went on the disabled list with a sore right shoulder. Gimenez was hitting .375 with an RBI in two games at Triple-A Durham.
4/15/2012 | White Sox GM Williams honors Robinson's legacy
White Sox GM Ken Williams reminisced about Sam Hairston on Sunday, as Major League Baseball paid tribute on Jackie Robinson Day to the man who broke the game's color barrier 65 years ago.
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