5/14/2013 | Beeston sees time for a turnaround
Sitting nine games under .500 and 9 1/2 games out of first place after just 39 games, the Blue Jays have seriously underperformed. And while president and CEO Paul Beeston is concerned about the club's slow start, he remains confident about the prospects for reaching the postseason.
5/14/2013 | Zimmermann first in Majors to seven wins
Right-hander Jordan Zimmermann showed once again why he is the best pitcher on the Nationals. He pitched 7 2/3 innings and helped the Nationals defeat the Dodgers, 6-2, at Dodger Stadium on Monday night.
5/14/2013 | B.J. Upton day to day after being hit by pitch
Braves center fielder B.J. Upton was fortunate to avoid serious injury when he was hit in the left shoulder by a Wade Miley fastball during the sixth inning of Monday night's 10-1 win against the D-backs at Chase Field.
5/14/2013 | Atchison to have tests on his right elbow
For Mets reliever Scott Atchison, the most disturbing part of Monday's seventh-inning rally was not that he gave up hard-hit balls to all three batters that he faced. It was the fact that he could not feel his fingers.
5/14/2013 | Harper day to day after collision with wall
Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper left Monday's game against the Dodgers in the fifth inning after crashing into the right-field wall. He is day to day with a jammed left shoulder and a cut under his chin.
5/13/2013 | Granderson starts in left, notches hit in rehab game
Another day in a Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre uniform meant another hit for Curtis Granderson. The rehabbing New York Yankees slugger recorded his eighth hit during his stint with the Yankees' top affiliate, leaving his checklist before returning to the Yankees possibly complete.
5/13/2013 | Heyward plays right field, hits double in rehab start
Braves outfielder Jason Heyward started in right field for Triple-A Gwinnett for the first time since his emergency appendectomy on April 23 on Monday night.
5/13/2013 | Upton homers in Arizona return as Braves cruise
Justin Upton and Chris Johnson both hit two-run home runs and each finished a triple shy of the cycle while enjoying a successful homecoming and helping the Braves snap a three-game losing streak with Monday night's 10-1 win over the D-backs at Chase Field.
5/13/2013 | No word on possible discipline for Suzuki
Nationals manager Davey Johnson and catcher Kurt Suzuki have not heard from Major League Baseball regarding Suzuki's ejection from Sunday afternoon's game against the Cubs.
5/13/2013 | Dodgers trio close to rehab assignments
Dodgers left-hander Ted Lilly, second baseman Mark Ellis and utility man Jerry Hairston Jr. all could begin rehab assignments in the next week.
5/13/2013 | Norris leaves game with lower back spasms
Bud Norris, the 28-year-old right-hander, had just completed a 1-2-3 fifth inning and was taking the mound for the sixth. On the first warmup pitch he fired toward home plate, he felt something in his back.
5/13/2013 | Washington: Rangers not seeking revenge
The Rangers made their first appearance at the Oakland Coliseum on Monday night since being swept by the Athletics in the final three games of the 2012 season. That sweep cost the Rangers a third consecutive division title, but manager Ron Washington said his team isn't seeking revenge.
5/13/2013 | Dodgers say Greinke's next start undecided
Zack Greinke wants to pitch for the Dodgers on Wednesday, but the club says it hasn't made a decision because of concerns that the right-hander might reinjure his left collarbone in a collision.
5/13/2013 | Reddick hasn't ruled out wrist surgery
Oakland Athletics outfielder Josh Reddick, who landed on the disabled list with a sprained right wrist on Wednesday, is hoping to avoid surgery, but he said the measure has not been ruled out.
5/13/2013 | Anderson's next start could be with A's
Left-hander Brett Anderson, who is on a rehab assignment with Double-A Midland, will likely take the mound for the Oakland A's this week, so long as he remains pain-free during his between-starts routine.
5/13/2013 | Coco could return to A's lineup Wednesday
Coco Crisp tested his strained left hamstring on the bases on Monday, and A's manager Bob Melvin was so encouraged by the results that, for the first time, he said the outfielder could potentially return to the lineup when eligible Wednesday.
5/13/2013 | Hill's broken hand healing slower than expected
For the second consecutive week, the D-backs didn't receive the results they were hoping for when Aaron Hill underwent a CT scan on Monday. Hill is recovering from breaking a bone in his left hand on April 9, and the injury isn't healing as fast as the club anticipated.
5/13/2013 | Rehabbing Bourjos reports improvement in hamstring
While the Angels went on a six-game road trip to Houston and Chicago, Peter Bourjos went to Arizona to get treatment on his strained left hamstring.
5/13/2013 | Madson continues to inch toward return to big leagues
Ryan Madson, who is recovering from Tommy John surgery, could be activated from the disabled list either late this week or this weekend.
5/13/2013 | Wigginton's hustle leads Cardinals past Mets
A gritty effort by Lance Lynn was rewarded with gutsy baserunning from Ty Wigginton, whose aggressiveness on the basepaths helped lift the Cardinals past the Mets, 6-3, in front of 38,412 at Busch Stadium on Monday night.
5/13/2013 | Butler hoping big game puts slump behind him
Entering Monday in a 4-for-35 slump, Billy Butler hopes his big five-hit, five-RBI game against the Angels helps him return to the consistently productive player he's been throughout his career.
5/13/2013 | Altuve leaves game with partially dislocated right jaw
Astros All-Star second baseman Jose Altuve had a scary collision with right fielder Jimmy Paredes in Monday night's 7-2 loss to the Tigers, and suffered a partially dislocated right jaw. However, the news appears to be positive.
5/13/2013 | Venters to visit Dr. Andrews again about elbow
When Jonny Venters visited Dr. James Andrews six weeks ago, he gained hope that he could avoid undergoing elbow surgery. But the Braves' left-handed reliever is not expected to receive the same kind of encouragement when he visits the noted surgeon again on Thursday.
5/13/2013 | Butler serves up five RBIs in rout of Angels
Billy Butler, emerging from a nine-game period in which he'd batted just .114, belted five hits and had five RBIs on Monday night to lead the Royals over the Los Angeles Angels, 11-4, at Angel Stadium.
5/13/2013 | Rockies, Tulo continuously manage groin injury
Troy Tulowitzki's three-run homer Sunday not only unlocked the Rockies' offense in an 8-2 victory against the Cardinals, but it also helped validate the team's careful approach with his left groin.
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