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4/27/2013 | Early power, late leather lift Angels in Seattle
Hank Conger and Mark Trumbo homered and Howie Kendrick carried the defense as the Angels beat the Mariners, 6-3, at Safeco Field on Friday night, but they had to sweat out every bit of it.

4/27/2013 | Walker injures hand sliding against Cardinals
Cardinals shortstop Pete Kozma came down on Neil Walker's hand in the eighth inning Friday, opening a six-stitch gash of Walker's right index-finger knuckle that was expected to sideline the second baseman for the rest of this road stretch.

4/27/2013 | Anibal enters Tigers lore with 17-K performance
The Detroit Tigers have over a century of history, and a lot of pitching greats are a part of it, but none of them struck out 17 batters in a game. When Anibal Sanchez fanned Dan Uggla for the fourth time on his 121st pitch of the night, he took the single-game franchise record from the great Mickey Lolich. No Tigers right-hander had struck out more than 15 in a game.

4/27/2013 | Gregorius exits after taking pitch to the head
D-backs shortstop Didi Gregorius was hit in the helmet by a 93-mph fastball from Rockies reliever Josh Outman in the seventh inning of Arizona's 6-3 loss on Friday night at Chase Field.

4/26/2013 | Cashner impressive to win duel with Giants, Lincecum
Andrew Cashner allowed one run over six innings and retired the final 12 hitters he faced on Friday night as the Padres edged the Giants, 2-1, at Petco Park.

4/26/2013 | Dodgers' M. Ellis leaves game with quad injury
Mark Ellis left Friday's game against the Brewers after five innings due to a strained right quad, and could be headed to the disabled list. The second baseman will have an MRI on Saturday to determine the extent of the injury.

4/26/2013 | No. 2 prospect Hultzen injures shoulder
Southpaw Danny Hultzen, Seattle's No. 2 prospect behind right-hander Taijuan Walker, was scratched from his start for Triple-A Tacoma on Thursday, and on Friday it was announced that Hultzen has a left rotator cuff strain and tendinitis.

4/26/2013 | BStrong auction raises more than $310,000
The "BOSTON" home jersey that David Ortiz wore while making his now-famous speech to open the first homestand after the Boston Marathon bombings went for $37,400 after 62 bid attempts, and an overall amount of $310,741 was raised in the Boston BStrong auction with all net proceeds going to One Fund Boston.

4/26/2013 | Chen goes eight scoreless as Orioles top A's
Wei-Yin Chen yielded just two hits over eight scoreless innings and Steve Pearce hit a key RBI single in the seventh as the Orioles topped the A's, 3-0, on Friday at the Coliseum.

4/26/2013 | Capuano to throw simulated game on Sunday
Chris Capuano is scheduled to throw a simulated game on Sunday, the next step in the left-hander's progression from a left calf strain.

4/26/2013 | Madson's recovery slowed by tightness in arm
Ryan Madson's expectations of joining the Angels before the end of the month, which he expressed after an encouraging bullpen session at Target Field on April 16, have all but vanished due to some tightness he felt in a simulated game seven days ago.

4/26/2013 | Fowler getting and taking big hits this year
Rockies center fielder Dexter Fowler has stung baseballs to the tune of seven home runs going into Friday night's game against the D-backs. But Fowler has been stung by baseballs, too.

4/26/2013 | Arrieta strikes out eight in first Triple-A start
Orioles manager Buck Showalter had to be happy about Jake Arrieta's effort Friday night, even if it was 3,000 miles away.

4/26/2013 | Axford endorses Henderson as Crew closer
Turns out, John Axford falls into the "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" school of thought as it relates to the Brewers' closer conundrum.

4/26/2013 | Hanley to start rehab assignment on Saturday
Hanley Ramirez is nearing a return to the Dodgers, as the shortstop is scheduled to begin a Minor League rehab assignment on Saturday with Class A Rancho Cucamonga.

4/26/2013 | Affeldt set to test strained side with bullpen session
Giants manager Bruce Bochy said "it'll be close" when asked on Friday whether Jeremy Affeldt will be activated from the disabled list Tuesday when he's eligible.

4/26/2013 | Rizzo leaves yard twice in former backyard
Anthony Rizzo had quite the homecoming on Friday night. After going hitless on Thursday, the Parkland, Fla., native had his second career multi-home run game, going yard twice in the first three innings to lift the Cubs over the Marlins, 4-2, in front of a crowd of 16,017 at Marlins Park.

4/26/2013 | Cards' latest callup has words of praise for Taveras
The Cardinals' current No. 1 prospect, Oscar Taveras, has been labeled as and projected to be many things. Jermaine Curtis, who was called up from Triple-A on Friday, added another item to the list.

4/26/2013 | Ross smacks two of Red Sox four solo homers
Catcher David Ross' two solo homers, not to mention solo shots by Will Middlebrooks and David Ortiz, helped fuel the Red Sox to a 7-3 victory over the Astros on Friday night at Fenway Park.

4/26/2013 | Blister shouldn't keep Verlander from next start
Justin Verlander's blister is not expected to hold him back from his next scheduled start Tuesday against the Twins, head athletic trainer Kevin Rand confirmed Friday.

4/26/2013 | A's prepare for reunion of '73 championship club
Members of the the A's 1973 World Series championship team joined together at the Coliseum on the eve of Saturday's reunion and celebration.

4/26/2013 | Umpire O'Nora leaves game with flu-like symptoms
The Mets and Phillies had a rare delay due to an umpire illness on Friday night. Home-plate umpire Brian O'Nora made it through the night's first six batters before leaving the game due to flu-like symptoms in the bottom of the first inning.

4/26/2013 | D-backs displaying exemplary glovework
While the D-backs' pitching and hitting have fought through some rough patches at one point or another in 2013, the club's fielding has been exceedingly steady throughout the early portion of the season.

4/26/2013 | Ross may have to adjust swing upon return from DL
Tyson Ross' first Major League hit resulted in major league pain, as the Padres pitcher felt more than a twinge of pain in his left (non-throwing) shoulder on the follow-through.

4/26/2013 | Back spasms keep Keppinger out of lineup Friday
White Sox second baseman Jeff Keppinger was out of Friday's starting lineup against the Rays because of lower back spasms. Tyler Greene started in his place.

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