5/19/2012 | Angels hopeful Torii will return by May 27
It's been almost a full week since Torii Hunter left the Angels to deal with a sexual-assault charge filed against his 17-year-old son in Texas, but manager Mike Scioscia said Saturday that he thinks they're "moving toward" having Hunter join them at some point in this 10-game road trip, which ends May 27 in Seattle.
5/19/2012 | Angels hope Interleague success continues
The Angels are 63-28 in Interleague Play since the start of the 2007 season and 133-84 since 2000, two records that are tops in the Majors, and they have won nine straight series vs. National League teams.
5/19/2012 | Hairston targeting Wednesday return to Dodgers
Jerry Hairston did some running drills again on Saturday to test his hamstring, and plans on a couple of rehab games before hopefully rejoining the Dodgers are Wednesday.
5/19/2012 | Mattingly sitting slumping Gordon for a few days
Dodgers shortstop and leadoff man Dee Gordon was not in the starting lineup on Saturday night, as manager Don Mattingly hopes resting for a few days will help the youngster emerge from his hitting slump.
5/19/2012 | Dodgers' FanFest goes swimmingly -- and singingly
The Dodgers held their first FanFest on Saturday afternoon, complete with player autographs, interviews and even song -- Matt Kemp singing Happy Birthday to a fan.
5/19/2012 | Amarista adjusting to new role with Padres
Second baseman Alexi Amarista's recent promotion from Triple-A Tucson has been made easier by the fact that the Padres also promoted the guy who he was playing alongside, shortstop Everth Cabrera.
5/19/2012 | Darnell gets good news after MRI on shoulder
Padres outfielder James Darnell, who was placed on the 15-day DL on Friday with an injured left shoulder, was told the MRI exam he had on the shoulder revealed no damage to his labrum.
5/19/2012 | Kotsay becomes 13th player on Padres' DL
Padres outfielder Mark Kotsay, who hasn't played in a week because of a lower back strain, had a setback on Friday at Petco Park and is now headed to the 15-day disabled list.
5/19/2012 | McCutchen looks to continue hot play in finale
Thanks to a near no-hitter by Justin Verlander on Friday and a two home run, four-RBI game from Andrew McCutchen on Saturday, the Tigers and Pirates enter Sunday's series finale having split their first two games of Interleague Play.
5/19/2012 | Lewis, Lyles square off in Lone Star rubber game
Colby Lewis will look to get back on track when the Rangers face the Astros on Sunday in the rubber game of the Lone Star Series.
5/19/2012 | Twins go for sweep against Greinke, Brewers
Zach Greinke and the Brewers stand in the way of the Twins as they go for a three-game sweep in Milwaukee on Sunday afternoon.
5/19/2012 | Blue Jays ready brooms behind Alvarez
The Blue Jays will call on right-hander Henderson Alvarez to square off with the Mets' Dillon Gee at Rogers Centre on Sunday, when Toronto can sweep its Interleague visitors.
5/19/2012 | Peavy looks for rebound effort, sweep of Cubs
Right-hander Jake Peavy takes the hill Sunday at Wrigley Field as the White Sox try to finish off a three-game sweep of their intracity rivals. Paul Maholm will be on the mound for the Cubs.
5/19/2012 | Colon, Lincecum draw curtain on Bay Bridge Series
Tim Lincecum will have a chance to silence doubts from himself and those in AT&T Park on Sunday when he squares off with Bartolo Colon in the finale of the Bay Bridge Series.
5/19/2012 | Beavan faces Guthrie with sweep at stake
Blake Beavan will try to deliver a sweep for the Mariners in Colorado, while Jeremy Guthrie hopes to avoid the sweep for the Rockies in his second start since returning from the disabled list in the series finale on Sunday.
5/19/2012 | Johnson looks to stay on track vs. Indians
Marlins right-hander Josh Johnson and the Cleveland Indians have something in common entering Sunday's series finale at Progressive Field -- both are searching for consistency this season.
5/19/2012 | Coming off losses, Cueto, CC look to rebound
It won't be easy for Reds ace Johnny Cueto to bounce back from his first poor outing of the season when he takes the mound again Sunday. Not only will Cueto be facing a potent Yankees lineup, but he'll be squaring off with CC Sabathia, who, like Cueto, suffered his only defeat so far this season his last time out.
5/19/2012 | Chen goes for fifth win as O's try to sweep Nats
O's rookie Wei-Yin Chen goes for his fifth win of the season as Baltimore takes on Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg on Sunday at Nationals Park.
5/19/2012 | Price, Hudson get call in Interleague rubber game
The Rays will send southpaw David Price to the mound to face right-hander Tim Hudson of the Braves in the Interleague series finale on Sunday at Tropicana Field.
5/18/2012 | Padres release Hudson, place Bartlett on DL
The Padres cut ties with veteran second baseman Orlando Hudson and placed shortstop Jason Bartlett on the DL, while recalling infielders Everth Cabrera and Alexi Amarista on Thursday.
5/18/2012 | MLB ERA leader Beachy tosses first shutout
Major League ERA leader Brandon Beachy threw his first career complete game, and he drove in a run as part of a 12-hit Atlanta attack, as the Braves toppled the Marlins, 7-0, on Thursday night at Turner Field.
5/18/2012 | What a relief: Red Sox bullpen stymies Rays
Those early weeks of the season, when every call to the bullpen left manager Bobby Valentine searching for an antacid tablet, now seem like a very long time ago. Relief has come to Boston in big, impenetrable doses, evidenced again in Thursday night's 5-3 victory over the Rays.
5/18/2012 | Happ tosses six shutout innings to lead Astros
Coming off a pair of subpar outings that were reminiscent of the struggles he endured for much of the 2011 season, Astros starter J.A. Happ righted the ship with his most impressive performance of the year Thursday night.
5/18/2012 | Phillies stave off Cubs' rally to break .500
Roy Halladay kept the Cubs in check while Carlos Ruiz and Hunter Pence combined for five RBIs to pace the offense as the Phillies rose above .500 for the first time since Opening Day.
5/18/2012 | Harang throttles Padres, halts Dodgers' skid
Aaron Harang allowed four hits with no walks over seven scoreless innings as the Dodgers cruised past the Padres on Thursday night, avoiding their first three-game skid of the season.
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