4/29/2012 | Athletics' Sogard back in the lineup
Eric Sogard was back in the lineup for Sunday's series finale against the Orioles, providing a break for regular second baseman Jemile Weeks.
4/29/2012 | Athletics' Melvin still has faith in rotation
Despite allowing 10 runs to the Orioles on Saturday night, A's manager Bob Melvin is still confident in the current shape of the team's starting rotation.
4/29/2012 | A-Rod passes Mays on RBI list with 1,904
Alex Rodriguez's fielder's choice in the seventh inning Sunday against the Tigers drove in Chris Stewart, marking Rodriguez's 1,904th career RBI. That moved Rodriguez into sole possession of ninth place.
4/29/2012 | Indians' Choo encouraged after testing leg
Indians right fielder Shin-Soo Choo tested his sore left hamstring with some running drills in the outfielder on Sunday morning at Progressive Field. Choo came away from the workout encouraged by how he felt.
4/29/2012 | Astros' Lee sees improvement with ankle
Carlos Lee continues to make progress with his injured left ankle. After suffering a sprain on an awkward play at first on Friday, Lee is a day or two from returning to the Astros lineup.
4/29/2012 | Kipnis solid in second spot in lineup
History has shown that Jason Kipnis is an especially sound hitter as the No. 2 man in the Tribe's batting order. Granted, that history only consists of 37 career games, but the young second baseman has performed well when given the chance to occupy the second slot.
4/29/2012 | Astros' Bixler optioned to Triple-A
Infielder Brian Bixler was optioned to Triple-A to make room for Sunday's starting pitcher Jordan Lyles.
4/29/2012 | Yanks' Swisher strains hamstring, may avoid DL
Yankees right fielder Nick Swisher has a mild strain of his left hamstring and will be out of action for at least the next several games, according to manager Joe Girardi.
4/29/2012 | Youkilis scratched from lineup with back tightness
Red Sox third baseman Kevin Youkilis was scratched from Sunday afternoon's lineup against the White Sox because of lower left back tightness.
4/29/2012 | Tigers' Fister to make rehab start Wednesday
Doug Fister's rehab start for Triple-A Toledo has been set for Wednesday at Fifth Third Field against Pawtucket. His return to the Tigers' rotation isn't set, though it's easily speculated.
4/29/2012 | Twins shuffle rotation a bit after rainout
Right-hander Carl Pavano will get two days of extra rest before he makes his next start on Friday against the Mariners.
4/29/2012 | Twins' Parmelee, Perkins cleared for return
First baseman Chris Parmelee and reliever Glen Perkins were cleared by team doctors to return to action on Sunday.
4/29/2012 | Blue Jays GM denies interest in big bat, pitcher
Alex Anthopoulos has refuted a recent online report which suggested his club was actively searching for a big bat and front-line starter.
4/29/2012 | Brewers rest Gamel, start Ishikawa in finale
Brewers manager Ron Roenicke opted to give Mat Gamel a day off and replaced him with Travis Ishikawa at first base for Sunday's finale.
4/29/2012 | Perseverance pays for Brewers reliever Chulk
The Brewers purchased the contract of right-handed reliever Vinnie Chulk, who last pitched in the Major Leagues in 2009 with Cleveland.
4/29/2012 | Konerko pulled from White Sox lineup with stiff neck
Paul Konerko was scratched from Sunday's starting lineup because of stiffness in his neck. The move was more of a precautionary measure, giving the White Sox captain a two-day break with Monday's scheduled off-day.
4/29/2012 | Chicago's Morel, Beckham get mental break
Manager Robin Ventura's lineup moves Sunday were designed to get at-bats for Eduardo Escobar and Brent Lillibridge but also to give the slumping starting tandem of Gordon Beckham and Brent Morel a mental break.
4/29/2012 | Lowe in control as Indians blank Angels
Derek Lowe was in vintage form on Sunday afternoon, holding the Angels to two hits and leading the Indians to a 4-0 victory at Progressive Field. In the process, Cleveland picked up its first series win of the season at home.
4/29/2012 | Encarnacion's power surges Blue Jays to series win
Henderson Alvarez threw six quality innings while Edwin Encarnacion continued his recent surge at the plate in Toronto's 7-2 victory over the Mariners on Sunday afternoon at Rogers Centre.
4/29/2012 | Broncos' Manning roots for adopted home team
When Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning and wide receiver Eric Decker showed up at Coors Field Sunday, you can bet the batting cage was rolled out and BP was on.
4/29/2012 | Mets' Teufel amazed by stamina of Rockies' Moyer
When Mets third-base coach Tim Teufel ran into Jamie Moyer in the Coors Field weight room earlier this weekend, his reaction was part shock, part awe. Teufel, after all, had been in the lineup when Moyer faced the Mets at Shea Stadium as a rookie in 1986.
4/29/2012 | Mets' Torres set to run on return from DL
Andres Torres will return from the disabled list Monday in Houston, leading off and starting in center field. Torres will bring a new dimension to New York's offense.
4/29/2012 | Mets' Wright, Broncos' Manning connect during BP
As new Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was arriving at Coors Field Sunday morning to take in a game, he ran into Mets players David Wright and Jon Rauch. Only Manning did not realize it.
4/29/2012 | CC sharp as Yankees take series from Tigers
CC Sabathia turned in his sharpest outing of the young season, Curtis Granderson homered and drove in a pair of runs and the Yankees defeated the Tigers, 6-2, on Sunday at Yankee Stadium.
4/29/2012 | Miley flirts with no-no; D-backs pound JJ, Fish
Wade Miley allowed just one hit and one unearned run as he pitched the D-backs past the Marlins, 8-4, on Sunday afternoon at Marlins Park.
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