5/17/2012 | Youk goes 1-for-2 with walk in first rehab game
Third baseman Kevin Youkilis had a solid start to his Minor League rehab on Wednesday night, reaching base in two of his three plate appearances for Triple-A Pawtucket.
5/17/2012 | Spencer: Gwynn would be a boon to Padres
Word of Tony Gwynn taking part, potentially, in an ownership group assuming control of the Padres was making the rounds on Wednesday in Jake Peavy's old stomping grounds. The former Padres ace was completely on board with such an idea.
5/17/2012 | Groin strain sends Inge to disabled list
A routine play gone awry for Josh Donaldson in Wednesday's 4-1 loss in Texas was followed by news that regular third baseman Brandon Inge likely wouldn't be resuming everyday duties any time soon.
5/17/2012 | Teixeira's 1,500th hit Yanks' lone highlight
Mark Teixeira recorded his 1,500th career hit with an RBI single down the right-field line in Wednesday night's 8-1 Yankees loss to the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.
5/17/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Wed., May 16
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out. Here are the May 16 Mane Men of the Day.
5/17/2012 | Improved Nats ready to face Interleague foes
Interleague Play starts Friday night, with the Nationals facing the Orioles in the Battle of the Beltways at Nationals Park.
5/17/2012 | Indians set to face off against Guillen, NL
The Indians are excited to start Interleague Play on May 18 to square off against former division foe, Ozzie Guillen. Guillen, who used to regularly face the Indians as manager of the White Sox, is now the Miami Marlins' skipper.
5/17/2012 | D-backs look to turn around Interleague record
Interleague Play has not been kind to the Arizona Diamondbacks in the franchise's 15 seasons.
5/17/2012 | Familiar faces for Royals in Interleague
Since its inauguration in 1997, Interleague play has not been particularly kind to the Royals. The Royals have had a winning Interleague record in just four of 15 seasons and split even twice.
5/17/2012 | Astros set for their final Interleague in NL
They may be Interleague opponents this year, but the Astros will soon get to know their American League opponents very well.
5/17/2012 | Phils hope sluggers see some Interleague action
The Phillies begin Interleague Play on Friday with a three-game series against the Boston Red Sox at Citizens Bank Park. Interleague Play continues next month with a nine-game road trip through Baltimore, Minnesota and Toronto before finishing up with a series at home against Tampa Bay.
5/17/2012 | NL opposition may help Pujols find swagger
Albert Pujols, who's struggled in his first two months in the American League, will face pitching he's a lot more familiar with when the Angels embark on Interleague Play this season.
5/17/2012 | Rockies likely to use Giambi more in Interleague
Interleague Play is usually a good time for the Rockies. It's the best time for Jason Giambi.
5/17/2012 | Pitching key to Toronto's Interleague fortunes
The Blue Jays are coming off four consecutive losing seasons against the National League, and overall, the club is just 123-142 since Interleague Play was introduced in 1997.
5/17/2012 | Phillies look to continue climb past .500 mark
On Thursday, the Phillies seek to sweep the two-game set with the Cubs and win their fifth straight to move over the even mark for the first time since Opening Day. Chicago counters with Chris Volstad, who seeks his first win since July 10.
5/17/2012 | Cahill, Nicasio look to build off strong starts
In his seven starts this season, D-backs right-hander Trevor Cahill has either been dominant or gotten dominated. He will try to find consistency against the Rockies in the finale of a two-game set Thursday at Coors Field.
5/17/2012 | Moore seeks consistency as Rays eye sweep
The Rays' Matt Moore will keep trying to find his comfort zone and Felix Doubront will try to continue an impressive string of strong outings for Red Sox starters when the two teams close out a two-game series at Tropicana Field on Thursday.
5/17/2012 | Seattle looks to Noesi to bounce back vs. Cleveland
Hector Noesi will take the mound for the Mariners as they try for the split of a short, two-game series in Cleveland on Thursday. He will face Indians right-hander Zach McAllister.
5/17/2012 | Hosmer looking to get hot against Orioles
Right-hander Luke Hochevar (3-3, 7.20 ERA) will take the mound as the Royals and Orioles wrap up the two-game series. Brian Matusz hasn't pitched deeper than 6 1/3 innings this year and will look to change that against the Royals, a team he has faced just once in his career.
5/17/2012 | Astros hope for another outburst vs. Brewers
Left-hander J.A. Happ, who's struggled during his past two outings, heads to the mound for the Astros on Thursday against Shaun Marcum and the Brewers at Minute Maid Park.
5/17/2012 | Cardinals will have hands full with Cain
A battle of southpaws in Wednesday's series opener gives way to two of the National League's more prominent right-handers in Thursday's series finale as Adam Wainwright and Matt Cain share the mound.
5/17/2012 | McCarthy wants to show Texas what it's missing
Brandon McCarthy will be facing Matt Harrison and the Rangers on Thursday when the two teams wrap up a two-game series at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
5/17/2012 | South Siders' Sale looks to settle in against Angels
Chris Sale will look to settle into his now permanent role in the rotation on Thursday when he faces the dangerous Angels lineup in the finale of the White Sox two-game series in Southern California.
5/17/2012 | Mock Draft: Projecting the first 10 picks
Starting with the first 10 picks, then increasing by 10 each week to get to a full first-round projection in the week prior to the First-Year Player Draft, here is a projection of how those selections might go on the big first night.
5/17/2012 | MLB Notebook: Moyer a classic late bloomer
Jamie Moyer picked up his second win of the season Wednesday, giving him 105 victories since his age-40 season, which ranks second only to Phil Niekro's 121.
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