4/23/2013 | Jeter to address media in New York on Thursday
Derek Jeter plans to rejoin the big league team in New York on Thursday and will address the media during a news conference at Yankee Stadium.
4/23/2013 | Helton feeling need to play despite forearm strain
Rockies first baseman Todd Helton said Tuesday morning he hoped to play the nightcap of a day-night doubleheader against the Braves, after suffering a left forearm strain Friday. But with temperatures in the 20s and no way to tell if they would rise or how much, manager Walt Weiss said Helton would "have a hard time talking his way into the lineup."
4/23/2013 | Prospect Phegley offers value on both sides of the ball
There is certainly reason for optimism regarding White Sox catching prospect Josh Phegley.
4/23/2013 | Pastornicky recalled as Braves cover for Heyward
With Jason Heyward undergoing a smooth appendectomy Monday night, the Braves on Tuesday placed him on the 15-day disabled list and called up shortstop Tyler Pastornicky from Triple-A Gwinnett.
4/23/2013 | Heyward in 'good spirits' after smooth appendectomy
On a snow-induced off-day Monday, Braves right fielder Jason Heyward went into Rose Medical Center in Denver and onto the disabled list following a successful appendectomy.
4/23/2013 | Kershaw's K's benefit pair of worthy causes
Strikeouts are for good causes. That's the bottom line to a pair of promotions keyed around strikeouts for pitchers in general and, with him scheduled to start Tuesday night, Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw specifically.
4/23/2013 | Rendon gives ball from first hit to mother
Anthony Rendon was in the lineup again Tuesday, the third straight game he had started since coming up to the Majors on Sunday.
4/23/2013 | Adams will rest, hopes to avoid DL trip
Though Matt Adams is unlikely to play during the team's series in Washington, the Cardinals do not expect they'll need to place the first baseman on the disabled list while he is dealing with right side tightness.
4/23/2013 | Quentin makes return after talk with Greinke
Carlos Quentin returned to the Padres' lineup on Tuesday after serving an eight-game suspension for his role in a benches-clearing incident against the Dodgers on April 11.
4/23/2013 | Those who counted Cards out were foolish
For people who did not pick the 2013 St. Louis Cardinals to reach the postseason, there is plenty of reason to reexamine this position, or if necessary, to repent for ever taking this position.
4/23/2013 | Wainwright dominates as Cards blank Nats
Though there is now a blemish on his walk total for the season, Adam Wainwright had few other flaws to cite as he pitched the Cardinals to a 2-0 win over Washington on Tuesday night.
4/23/2013 | Willingham recalls growing pains with '06 Fish
Twins left fielder Josh Willingham can relate to the Marlins' tough start with a young team. Willingham, a steady run producer for Minnesota, was a rookie on the Marlins' 2006 team, which had more than 20 rookies play over the course of the season.
4/23/2013 | Tigers promote Rondon, place Dotel on DL
Bruce Rondon, whose triple-digit fastball made him a closer candidate during Spring Training, earned his first call to the big leagues Tuesday to replace the injured Octavio Dotel.
4/23/2013 | Longtime scorekeepers keeping the flame alive
Though keeping score is increasingly a lost art, devotees still swear by it as the ultimate way to watch and absorb a baseball game.
4/23/2013 | Braves bring heat to Denver, power out victory
In the coldest Major League game played in Colorado, the ball was flying like a balmy midsummer slugfest. Atlanta scored all of its runs on a trio of long balls, besting the Rockies, 4-3, in a game where the temperature never climbed out of the 20s.
4/23/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: April 23
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
4/23/2013 | Gattis came a long way on amazing journey
Before he was Evan Gattis, power-hitting catcher for the Atlanta Braves, he was "Evan From Heaven," a sweet, modest young man with a sincere passion for spiritual exploration.
4/23/2013 | When road from nowhere leads to The Show
Early this season, there are a handful of players who found their way to The Show via the roads not often taken, and all of them are looking quite valuable to their clubs at the moment.
4/23/2013 | Heyward has surgery to remove appendix
Braves outfielder Jason Heyward underwent successful appendectomy surgery on Monday night in Denver at Rose Medical Center.
4/22/2013 | Pierzynski's ninth-inning blast caps Rangers' rally
A.J. Pierzynski hit a two-out home run in the ninth inning to give the Rangers a 7-6 victory over the Angels on Monday night at Angel Stadium.
4/22/2013 | Lohse dislocates pinky, will make next start
Brewers right-hander Kyle Lohse exited Monday's game against the Padres with a dislocated left pinky, but X-rays on the finger were negative and he expects to make his next start.
4/22/2013 | Ross brings 'warm feeling' back to San Francisco
Cody Ross, who has migrated to the D-backs, said before Monday's series opener between Arizona and the Giants at AT&T Park that he encountered numerous well-wishers while strolling through downtown before the game.
4/22/2013 | Tatman 2: Roberts' bat awakens vs. Sabathia
These last few days have been kind to Ryan Roberts, none more so than during the Rays' 5-1 win over the Yankees on Monday, when Roberts went 3-for-4 and crushed two homers -- his first of the season -- off CC Sabathia in his first two at-bats.
4/22/2013 | Montero optimistic hitting will come around
Miguel Montero entered Monday's game 2-for-19 through the first six games of this road trip, but the D-backs catcher is not overly concerned.
4/22/2013 | X-rays on Broxton's pitching hand negative
For the second time in three days, the Reds got good news from the X-ray machine. Right-handed reliever Jonathan Broxton's X-ray was negative for a fracture on Monday night after he was struck on his pitching hand by a line drive off the bat of Cubs right fielder Nate Schierholtz.
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