4/13/2013 | Pujols' walk-off double completes comeback victory
Down to their final out, the Angels rallied for two runs in the ninth and came back to beat the Astros, 5-4, on Saturday on Albert Pujols' walk-off two-run double, snapping their losing streak at five games.
4/13/2013 | D-backs place Kubel on DL, activate Ross
The D-backs placed outfielder Jason Kubel on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left quadriceps muscle and activated Cody Ross to take his place.
4/13/2013 | Hill remaining cautious with bone bruise on hand
When he first was diagnosed with a bone bruise after being hit by a James McDonald pitch last Tuesday, D-backs second baseman Aaron Hill was warned by the team's training staff.
4/13/2013 | Hanrahan gets hook after two ninth-inning walks
Red Sox closer Joel Hanrahan has made three appearances at Fenway Park this season and has yet to pitch a clean inning.
4/13/2013 | Hernandez increasing use of curveball in arsenal
It is early, so the small sample size warning applies, but D-backs' setup man David Hernandez has used his curveball more this year than at any time in his career. In six appearances heading into Saturday's game, Hernandez has thrown his curve 42 percent of the time, an increase of eight percent over last year.
4/13/2013 | Capuano taking injured Greinke's spot in rotation
Chris Capuano will take over for the injured Zack Greinke in the Dodgers' starting rotation, beginning Tuesday night against the Padres.
4/13/2013 | Sox celebrate first walk-off Victor-y
Shane Victorino hit a walk-off infield single in the 10th inning as the Red Sox beat the Rays, 2-1, on Saturday afternoon at Fenway Park.
4/13/2013 | Reyes hopeful to speed up recovery process
Jose Reyes was on crutches Saturday as he positioned himself against a wall in the Blue Jays' clubhouse and talked about the severe left ankle sprain that is expected to sideline him for about three months.
4/13/2013 | Ryu delivers solid start, three hits in win over D-backs
Hyun-Jin Ryu ripped his first three professional hits, and didn't pitch badly either, as the Dodgers hung on to beat the Diamondbacks Saturday, 7-5.
4/13/2013 | Papi's progress includes baserunning adventure
David Ortiz isn't ready to come off the disabled list and rejoin the Boston Red Sox. But with each rehab game he plays with the Pawtucket Red Sox, the gap between the amount of time he needs to spend on the DL and when he can drive up I-95 to Boston is shrinking.
4/13/2013 | Phillips leaves club to attend to family matter
Second baseman Brandon Phillips was absent from the starting lineup for Saturday's game at Pittsburgh due to a family matter. It was the first game Phillips has missed this season, and there is no indication how long he will be away.
4/13/2013 | Hoover turns to curve after early-season struggles
Reds reliever J.J. Hoover has struggled early this season, taking three losses in the Reds' first 10 games, and he plans to throw his curveball more often, while moving away from the slider.
4/13/2013 | Ruggiano latest Marlins outfielder scratched
Justin Ruggiano was taken out of the lineup before Saturday's game due to a tight right groin, and he is listed as day to day. Chris Coghlan made the start in center field.
4/13/2013 | Stanton listed as day to day with contusion
There was encouraging news regarding the Giancarlo Stanton, who was out of the lineup again Saturday. An MRI revealed Stanton has a left shoulder contusion, and he is expected to only miss a couple of days.
4/13/2013 | Marlins sign veteran reliever Aardsma to Minor League deal
David Aardsma, released by the Yankees on April 4, has signed a Minor League deal with Miami and is scheduled to join Triple-A New Orleans.
4/13/2013 | Marlins eager to start producing at the plate
With the Marlins' offense sputtering and the losses piling up, Juan Pierre, the team's steady 35-year-old left fielder, says words will only go so far. Ultimately success will help the team to relax.
4/13/2013 | Sox eye first series win vs. Rays since 2007
If Saturday's season-series opener was any indication, the 19 games between the Rays and Red Sox this year could be just as evenly matched as last year.
4/13/2013 | Hosmer nursing tightness in right quadriceps
First baseman Eric Hosmer was held out of the Royals' starting lineup on Saturday night because of tightness in his right quadriceps -- the same ailment he had during Spring Training and it resurfaced this week
4/13/2013 | Butler looks to hit it big with barbecue sauce
Royals designated hitter and food connoisseur Billy Butler now has his own brand of barbecue sauce, "Billy's Hit It A Ton Barbecue Sauce," now in area grocery stores. All profits will go to charity.
4/13/2013 | Anthopoulos making inquiries for shortstop help
In the wake of Jose Reyes' severely sprained left ankle, which is expected to sideline him for about three months, Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos said he will be looking to acquire a shortstop who can fill the breach until Reyes is ready.
4/13/2013 | Blue Jays shuffle things with Bautista at hot corner
On their first day without injured shortstop Jose Reyes, the Blue Jays rolled out an unconventional lineup which featured Jose Bautista at third base. He may get a longer look at third, based on how well Brett Lawrie progresses from a oblique injury.
4/13/2013 | Yankees, O's set for rubber match in Bronx
Wei-Yin Chen and Hiroki Kuroda will square off in Sunday night's rubber match at Yankee Stadium, each aiming to take the series and give his club the early edge in this American League East rivalry.
4/13/2013 | Peavy tries to get White Sox on track vs. Tribe
Jake Peavy makes his third start against the Indians' Brett Myers as the White Sox try to avoid a three-game sweep at Progressive Field on Sunday afternoon.
4/13/2013 | Wainwright shines in second career shutout vs. Crew
Adam Wainwright twirled his second career shutout against the Brewers, extending the pitching staff's string of scoreless innings to 32 with the 8-0 win on Saturday. With a sellout crowd of 44,696 on hand, Wainwright complemented the masterful pitching performance with a three-hit, two-RBI afternoon at the plate.
4/13/2013 | Dickey stymies KC for first win with Blue Jays
Right-hander R.A. Dickey fired 6 1/3 strong innings to pick up his first win with the Blue Jays, while Jose Bautista's two-run homer in the sixth was the difference in a 3-2 win over the Royals on Saturday at Kauffman Stadium.
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