4/14/2013 | Harrison receives second anti-inflammatory shot
Matt Harrison, who is on the disabled list with an inflamed nerve in his lower back, received a second anti-inflammatory injection on Saturday.
4/14/2013 | Scioscia excited about reliever Madson's progress
Angels reliever Ryan Madson is making progress in his lengthy recovery from Tommy John surgery. The right-handed reliever threw another bullpen session prior to Sunday's game.
4/14/2013 | Helton's homer backs De La Rosa's fantastic start
Todd Helton's two-run, pinch-hit homer in the seventh inning gave the Rockies a 2-1 victory at Petco Park in front of 21,337, and completed a much-needed, three-game road sweep.
4/14/2013 | After win No. 200, Doc sees more to accomplish
Roy Halladay, who has had the Phillies on edge following two truly troubling performances this season, pitched effectively in eight innings Sunday at Marlins Park in a 2-1 victory over the Marlins.
4/14/2013 | Brewers end drought in resounding fashion in finale
The Milwaukee Brewers finally figured out a way to break a record-setting scoreless streak on Sunday afternoon. And once they started hitting, they were not about to stop. Jonathan Lucroy slammed a home run with one out in the 10th inning to lead the Brewers to a 4-3 win over the Cardinals before 42,645 sun-splashed fans at Busch Stadium.
4/14/2013 | Maurer notches first win as Mariners earn split
After two poor starts to begin the season, rookie Brandon Maurer improved dramatically in his third outing, earning career win No. 1 with six innings of three-run ball in the Mariners' 4-3 victory over the Rangers on Sunday.
4/14/2013 | Oblique strain to shelve Clevenger at least six weeks
Steve Clevenger, who suffered a strained left oblique on Saturday, was placed on the 60-day disabled list Sunday and is expected to miss at least six weeks.
4/14/2013 | Cubs claim Loe off waivers, ink Gregg to Minors deal
The Cubs signed relievers Kevin Gregg and Kameron Loe on Sunday -- Gregg was inked to a Minor League deal and Loe claimed off waivers from Seattle.
4/14/2013 | Latest start is step in right direction for Hamels
Cole Hamels allowed three hits, a run and three walks with five strikeouts in six innings in Saturday's 2-1 loss to the Marlins, an improvement over his first two starts of the season.
4/14/2013 | Disappointment turns to amusement after coat debacle
Cole Hamels was not happy when he allowed a tying single to a rookie pitcher in the fifth inning Saturday at Marlins Park, but it was hard to remain angry when said rookie pitcher struggled to put on a jacket afterward.
4/14/2013 | Bochy gives Posey partial breather for finale
Buster Posey was rested in the Giants' series finale Sunday against the Chicago Cubs, but he still found his way into San Francisco's 10-7, 10-inning victory.
4/14/2013 | Aramis still not close to game action
Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez -- who is on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained left knee -- played catch on Saturday, but remains a few weeks away from returning.
4/14/2013 | Weeks thinks '42' is a must-see for everybody
Brewers second baseman Rickie Weeks went to see the movie "42: The True Story of an American Legend," on Saturday night in downtown St. Louis, and was highly impressed with the film.
4/14/2013 | Mets getting charged up with early power surge
With 15 home runs through 11 games, the Mets entered Sunday's action tied for fourth place in homers in the National League, and are the only team in the Majors that's gone deep in every game this year.
4/14/2013 | Sore hamstring hampering Hanrahan
Joel Hanrahan has been dealing with right hamstring soreness since April 3, and Red Sox manager John Farrell said it played a role in Hanrahan's early exit from Saturday's game after throwing just 12 pitches in the ninth inning of a 2-1 win over the Rays.
4/14/2013 | Phillips back in lineup after missing Saturday's game
Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips is back in the lineup on Sunday after missing Saturday's game at Pittsburgh due to a family matter. It was the first game Phillips has missed this season.
4/14/2013 | Cueto being assessed by team doctor
Reds right-hander Johnny Cueto will be checked out by team doctor Timothy Kremcheck in Cincinnati on Sunday. He left the game on Saturday night with one out in the fifth inning with right triceps pain.
4/14/2013 | Kearns in hospital overnight for observation
Marlins outfielder Austin Kearns had been in the starting lineup for Sunday's series finale against the Phillies at Marlins Park, but he experienced an elevated heart rate shortly after arriving at the ballpark.
4/14/2013 | McKenry, Marte lead Bucs' comeback to sweep Reds
After being down five runs early, the Pirates scored 10 in the seventh and eighth innings to beat the Reds, 10-7, on Sunday, completing the series sweep. Michael McKenry had two homers, including a two-run jack to tie the game, and Starling Marte hit the go-ahead home run.
4/14/2013 | Peavy's stellar outing stops White Sox losing skid
Jake Peavy struck out 11 and allowed one run on five hits in the White Sox 3-1 win over Cleveland in the finale of a three-game set on Sunday.
4/14/2013 | Santana pinch-hits, Kipnis remains out of lineup
With an off-day coming on Monday, the Indians have taken a cautious approach with the respective returns of catcher Carlos Santana and second baseman Jason Kipnis from injury.
4/14/2013 | Bucs send Harrison to Triple-A Indianapolis
Needing room on the 25-man roster for Sunday's starter Phil Irwin, the Pirates optioned versatile Josh Harrison to Triple-A Indianapolis.
4/14/2013 | Masterful Kuroda gets help from Gardner's bat
Hiroki Kuroda sailed through nine scoreless innings in a masterful performance, leading the Yankees to a 3-0 victory over the Orioles on Sunday evening at Yankee Stadium.
4/14/2013 | Phelps filling the bill in relief role
The Yankees could not have asked for a better long relief outing than the one they received from David Phelps on Saturday, and the right-hander seems to have figured out how to pitch effectively in his role.
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