4/11/2013 | Season-long format gives Interleague new twist
Some tout the benefits of MLB's new season-long Interleague Play format, while traditionalists yearn for the old days.
4/11/2013 | Astros power to series win in Seattle
Rick Ankiel, Chris Carter and Marwin Gonzalez each went deep, giving the Astros eight homers in two days as they powered to their first series victory of the season. Carter finished the set in Seattle 8-for-15 with three long balls and five RBIs.
4/11/2013 | Felix eyes 100th win vs. Texas prospect Grimm
Justin Grimm makes his season debut on Thursday night opposite Felix Hernandez, who will be seeking his 100th career victory as the Rangers and Mariners open a four-game set at Safeco Field.
4/11/2013 | Injury-tested A's, Angels square off in series finale
The A's and Angels have been hit hard by injuries early in the season, but the clubs are moving in opposite directions.
4/11/2013 | Moss' five-RBI night fuels A's seventh straight win
First baseman Brandon Moss, who was a double shy of hitting for the cycle, matched a career high with five RBIs in Oakland's seventh straight win.
4/11/2013 | Lilly goes six innings in Triple-A rehab start
Dodgers lefty Ted Lilly pitched six innings in a rehab start for Triple-A Albuquerque Wednesday night.
4/11/2013 | Machado, Flaherty ignite five-run rally to sink Sox
Chris Davis and Manny Machado went deep as the Orioles rallied for five runs in the ninth inning to secure an 8-5 win over the Red Sox on Wednesday night.
4/11/2013 | Umpire Davis works 4,000th career game
Gerry Davis hit yet another career milestone, when he umpired his 4,000th career game Wednesday night in Anaheim.
4/10/2013 | Saunders likely to hit DL with shoulder sprain
Mariners right fielder Michael Saunders was removed from Wednesday night's series finale with the Astros because of a right shoulder sprain that will likely land him on the 15-day disabled list.
4/10/2013 | Angels offense struggling early with runners on base
The Angels went into Wednesday's game against the A's with a batting average of .119 with runners in scoring position (7-for-59), last in the Majors.
4/10/2013 | Yankees celebrate 100th anniversary
On April 10, 1913 -- 100 years ago Wednesday -- the former New York Highlanders played their first game under a new name: "the Yankees."
4/10/2013 | Red Sox sellout streak comes to an end
The sellout streak at Fenway Park, which began on May 15, 2003, and lasted 794 regular season games (820 if you include the postseason) came to an end with 30,862 turning up to watch the Red Sox's 8-5 loss to the Orioles on a rainy Wednesday night.
4/10/2013 | Clemens shares first victory with family
Perhaps the best thing Paul Clemens was able to take away from his first Major League appearance Tuesday, along with his first career win, was being able to share it with his father, Michael Clemens, and brother, Michael Jr., both of whom were in the stands at Safeco Field.
4/10/2013 | Reddick swings pain-free, could play Thursday
Josh Reddick felt no pain in his sprained wrist after hitting off a tee before Wednesday's game, and A's manager Bob Melvin said the outfielder could return as soon as Thursday.
4/10/2013 | Dodgers' blasts back sharp Billingsley in return
Chad Billingsley came off the disabled list to throw six solid innings with home run support from Carl Crawford and A.J. Ellis as the Dodgers beat the Padres, 4-3, on Wednesday night at Petco Park.
4/10/2013 | Top Draft arm Sheffield to have Tommy John surgery
Jordan Sheffield, one of the top high school arms in the Draft class of 2013, will undergo Tommy John surgery on Thursday morning, MLB.com has learned.
4/10/2013 | Weaver to keep arm active while rehabbing left elbow
Right-hander Jered Weaver is no longer wearing a sling on his left arm and could start playing catch within the next few days.
4/10/2013 | Cain ready to display mastery of short-term memory
San Francisco right-hander Matt Cain has had a couple of days to think about that fourth-inning nightmare on Sunday. And he knows the best way to deal with it. Forget about it.
4/10/2013 | X-rays negative but Aybar rests achy heel
X-rays on Erick Aybar's left heel came back negative and manager Mike Scioscia said his switch-hitting shortstop is "walking much better."
4/10/2013 | For Padres and Dodgers, it's a tale of two thumbs
The Padres and Dodgers are both eagerly awaiting the returns of their sidelined stars, as Chase Headley and Hanley Ramirez continue to work their way back from thumb injuries.
4/10/2013 | Gattis, Francisco power Braves' sixth straight win
Evan Gattis and Juan Francisco had monstrous home runs during a six-run fifth inning that helped the Braves complete a three-game sweep with Wednesday night's 8-0 win over the Marlins at Marlins Park.
4/10/2013 | Wilhelmsen isn't taking anything for granted
Tom Wilhelmsen is entrenched as the Mariners' closer after making a storied rise from out-of-work former prospect to the big leagues, but the right-hander said Wednesday he's not taking anything for granted.
4/10/2013 | Remy reveals he had cancer relapse
Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy revealed in an interview Wednesday night on NESN that he had a cancer relapse during the offseason, but he is confident that he will be fine.
4/10/2013 | Ryan staying on as Rangers CEO
Nolan Ryan's future with the Rangers had been in limbo for the past six weeks, but on Wednesday, the Hall of Famer announced that he was staying with the team.
4/10/2013 | Mattingly mulling changes to jump-start lineup
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said the club's sputtering offense has him considering shuffling the batting order.
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