5/16/2013 | Stewart could land on DL with injured groin
Yankees catcher Chris Stewart could be heading for the disabled list after injuring his left groin running the bases in Thursday's 3-2 loss to the Mariners.
5/16/2013 | Verlander roughed up, Tigers routed by Rangers
Torpedoed by the Rangers' seven-run third inning, Justin Verlander failed to complete at least three innings for only the fourth time in his career during a 10-4 loss on Thursday night.
5/16/2013 | Seven-run third more than enough for Yu, Rangers
The Rangers knocked out Justin Verlander with a seven-run third inning and Yu Darvish earned his seventh win of the season with 10-4 victory over the Tigers.
5/16/2013 | Giants dig out of six-run hole at Coors Field
The Giants scored eight unanswered runs to prevail, 8-6, lengthening their winning streak against National League West rival Colorado to 10 games.
5/16/2013 | Sale pitched one-hitter with abscessed tooth
White Sox left-hander Chris Sale nearly pitched a perfect game against the Angels on Sunday night, and remarkably he was pitching with an abscessed tooth.
5/16/2013 | Reds pick up Chapman in 10th, win sixth straight
National League RBI leader Brandon Phillips drove in two key runs Thursday night to help the Reds win their sixth straight and complete a series sweep of the Marlins.
5/16/2013 | Patience helps Iannetta break out of slump
Angels catcher Chris Iannetta has struggled at the plate recently, but believes a more patient approach can get him back on track.
5/16/2013 | Werth misses rehab game with tight hamstring
Right fielder Jayson Werth was scheduled to play for Class A Potomac on Thursday, but he went to see his doctor in New York because he felt tightness in his right hamstring.
5/16/2013 | Bochy says Vogelsong has earned 'longer leash'
Despite his struggles, Ryan Vogelsong will remain in the Giants' starting rotation to face the Washington Nationals next Monday.
5/16/2013 | Yanks hopeful tight upper back won't shelve Pettitte
Yankees left-hander Andy Pettitte was forced to leave Thursday's 3-2 loss to the Mariners after 79 pitches with a tight left trapezius muscle, which spans the neck, shoulders and upper back area. Pettitte and manager Joe Girardi held out hope that he won't have to miss his next start.
5/16/2013 | Ryan's hiring is a home run for Astros
Reid Ryan's hiring as team president is a stroke of genius by Astros owner Jim Crane. It makes sense on so many levels that it's difficult to know where to start.
5/16/2013 | Francis lands on DL with groin strain; Scahill called up
Left-hander Jeff Francis, who pitched six sterling innings of one-run ball against the Cubs on Tuesday, went on the disabled list Thursday with a left groin strain.
5/16/2013 | Snider's three-hit night backs Liriano's strong start
Travis Snider hit a two-run, fifth-inning rocket over the right-center-field wall to back starter Francisco Liriano, and it was all the offense that the Pirates would need in a 7-1 win over the Brewers Thursday night at PNC Park.
5/16/2013 | Hanrahan has surgeries, including Tommy John
Red Sox reliever Joel Hanrahan underwent surgery on Thursday to repair his flexor tendon and also had Tommy John surgery.
5/16/2013 | Nats place Ramos on 15-day DL with hamstring injury
The Nationals placed catcher Wilson Ramos on the 15-day disabled list with a left hamstring strain and recalled catcher Jhonatan Solano from Triple-A Syracuse.
5/16/2013 | Wedge ejected for first time this season in Bronx
Mariners manager Eric Wedge earned his first ejection of the season on Thursday, when he was tossed by first-base umpire Hunter Wendelstedt after the top of the second inning of his team's 3-2 victory over the Yankees.
5/16/2013 | Maybin and Forsythe take step forward in rehab
Center fielder Cameron Maybin hit in the cage for the first time since injuring his right wrist on April 15, and infielder Logan Forsythe took batting practice on the field for the first time since he had the protective boot removed from his right foot.
5/16/2013 | White Sox walk away with win against Angels
Jeff Keppinger took a walk for the first time this season to force home the game-winning run in the eighth inning of a 5-4 come-from-behind victory over the Angels in Anaheim on Thursday night. Alex Rios hit his ninth homer.
5/16/2013 | Strasburg cruises in homecoming start
It's safe to say that Stephen Strasburg had a nice homecoming on Thursday night as the Nationals defeated the Padres, 6-2, at Petco Park.
5/16/2013 | Yanks continuing to build Pineda's pitch count
Yankees right-hander Michael Pineda will throw four innings or 50 pitches on Friday in Tampa, Fla., working in either an extended spring game or an intrasquad game.
5/16/2013 | Not every fad or funk in season's first quarter will stick
Forty games do not provide a very big sample. All kinds of weird things can happen in six or seven weeks of baseball, so here is a look at a few eye-popping, early-season performances, good and bad, and their likelihood of continuing.
5/16/2013 | Phillips closing in on Morgan's Reds records
Joe Morgan is widely regarded as one of the game's greatest second basemen, but Brandon Phillips is gaining on the Hall of Famer in the Reds' record books.
5/16/2013 | Baker discusses Reds' injuries, perseverance
Reds manager Dusty Baker addressed several different topics before Thursday's series finale against the Marlins.
5/16/2013 | After waiting for right deal, K-Rod eager to help
After waiting for the right Major League deal, Francisco Rodriguez is back, and he can't wait to help the Brewers turn things around.
5/16/2013 | Marlins raise the roof, but wins don't follow
When a retractable-roof stadium was built in the neighborhood of Little Havana, teams and fans alike relished the idea of avoiding rain delays and humid weather seasonal to South Florida summers. So far in 2013, a strange split has occurred: Entering Thursday, the Marlins had lost all 10 games, including the first two in the Reds series, when both the roof and outfield windows have been open.
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