5/20/2012 | Day after knee injury, Berkman placed on DL
Already severely bitten by the injury bug this week, the Cardinals watched another starter hobble off the field during Saturday's 6-0 loss to the Dodgers. This time, it was first baseman Lance Berkman, who left with a right knee injury and was placed on the disabled list on Sunday.
5/20/2012 | Gardner won't swing bat until at least Thursday
Yankees left fielder Brett Gardner will not pick up a bat until at least Thursday. Manger Joe Girardi said the outfielder is still progressing the way the club had hoped, but he'll continue to rest his injured elbow until the latter part of the week.
5/20/2012 | Marlins' Infante leaves team after death in family
For at least three games, the Marlins are expected to be without second baseman Omar Infante. Infante learned on Sunday morning that his grandfather had passed away. The veteran has been excused by the team to travel back to his native country, Venezuela, for the funeral.
5/20/2012 | Chipper remains day to day for Braves
Chipper Jones was out of the lineup once again on Sunday because of a bruise on his left calf. Manager Fredi Gonzalez did not sound too optimistic about Jones' chances for playing on Monday when the Braves begin a four-game series against the Reds in Cincinnati.
5/20/2012 | Gomez returns to crowded Brewers outfield
Outfielder Carlos Gomez returned to the Brewers' active roster right on schedule on Sunday, after being placed on the 15-day disabled list earlier this month with a left hamstring injury.
5/20/2012 | Astros' Schafer out a few days with leg strain
Astros center fielder Jordan Schafer could be out until Wednesday after sustaining a lower leg muscle strain in the third inning of Saturday's win over the Rangers.
5/20/2012 | Royals legend Brett to appear at Fan Cave
Royals legend George Brett is keeping busy before heading to New York for the club's series against the Yankees, which will include an appearance at the MLB Fan Cave.
5/20/2012 | Indians stick by Damon amid struggles
Johnny Damon has not lived up to his reputation in his short time with the Indians. The team believes he can pull it together to help the Indians win.
5/20/2012 | Strasburg homers in win, but suffers arm tightness
Stephen Strasburg put on another dominant pitching performance and hit his first career home run before exiting with biceps tightness as the Nationals took the finale of the Beltway Series from the surging Orioles with a 9-3 victory on Sunday at Nationals Park.
5/20/2012 | Scherzer fans career-high 15 to stifle Bucs
Right-hander Max Scherzer set a career high with 15 strikeouts and the offense came to his defense with a three-run seventh inning in the Tigers' 4-3 victory against the Pirates on Sunday.
5/20/2012 | JJ looks like old self as Marlins down Tribe
A solid start from right-hander Josh Johnson helped lead the Marlins to a 5-3 win in Sunday's series finale against the Cleveland Indians.
5/20/2012 | Cueto outduels CC as Chapman closes it out
After Johnny Cueto gave up two runs in the bottom of the sixth, the Reds responded with three runs against CC Sabathia in the seventh to take a 5-2 win over the Yankees on Sunday.
5/20/2012 | Tommy John surgery likely for Padres' Luebke
Padres left-hander Cory Luebke is "strongly leaning" toward elbow surgery and could undergo the operation as early as later this week, manager Bud Black said Sunday.
5/20/2012 | Beckett, Salty shine as Red Sox stifle Phillies
Josh Beckett turned in a second straight gem with Jarrod Saltalamacchia behind the plate, while the catcher powered a long three-run homer in the Red Sox's 5-1 rubber-match win over the Phillies on Sunday afternoon at Citizens Bank Park.
5/20/2012 | Braves' Hudson sinks Rays in Interleague finale
Tim Hudson had his sinker working on Sunday as he held the Rays scoreless for 7 2/3 innings and the Braves claimed the rubber game of the series, 2-0, at Tropicana Field.
5/20/2012 | Francisco preserves Gee's work against Jays
Clinging to both his job security and a one-run lead in the ninth, Frank Francisco closed Sunday's 6-5 victory over the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre, preserving Dillon Gee's quality start on an afternoon Mike Baxter fell a home run short of the cycle.
5/20/2012 | Manny scratched from game with sore wrist
Manny Ramirez, working his way back into shape before joining the A's, was scratched from Triple-A Sacramento's game on Sunday with a sore left wrist.
5/20/2012 | Lewis stifles Astros, helps Rangers with bat
Colby Lewis' two-run single finished off a five-run first inning and then he pitched the Rangers to a 6-1 victory over the Astros at Minute Maid Park on Sunday afternoon.
5/20/2012 | Miley arms D-backs in rubber game victory
Lefty Wade Miley threw seven scoreless frames for his fifth victory as the D-backs earned a 2-0 win over the Royals on Sunday in the rubber game at Kauffman Stadium.
5/20/2012 | White Sox sweep Cubs behind homers, Peavy
Jake Peavy hurled 6 1/3 scoreless innings and the White Sox hit three solo homers as they beat the Cubs, 6-0, on Sunday at Wrigley Field to complete a sweep.
5/20/2012 | Lucroy leads Crew's eruption to back Greinke
The offense erupted out of its slump and Zack Greinke was his usual self, as the Brewers avoided a sweep by beating the Twins, 16-4, on Sunday at Miller Park.
5/20/2012 | Lincecum bowled over in home-plate collision
Tim Lincecum was knocked backward by a headfirst slide at home by Oakland's Collin Cowgill racing home on a wild pitch. The Giants pitcher finished the fourth inning but then was pinch-hit for.
5/20/2012 | Mariners blast off, hang on for sweep in Denver
The Mariners continued firing on all cylinders Sunday, getting a strong starting effort from Blake Beavan and plenty of power on offense in a 6-4 victory.
5/20/2012 | Justice: Drama aside, Red Sox should contend
There's no madness like the madness that surrounds the Red Sox in tough times. Every bad thing is connected to every other bad thing. But those of us who kept thinking the Red Sox would eventually make something out of this season were soon rewarded.
5/20/2012 | A's take down Lincecum, and San Francisco hex
The A's beat nemesis Tim Lincecum and beat him in San Francisco on Sunday, ending an 11-game slide at AT&T Park. Collin Cowgill had the big hit -- bowling over Lincecum while scoring on a wild pitch.
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