5/14/2013 | Melky to get MRI for hamstring issue
Tuesday's designated hitter, Melky Cabrera, will undergo a MRI on Wednesday. The 28-year-old has been dealing with leg soreness in his hamstrings, and the team has decided to evaluate further if there's anything to be concerned about.
5/14/2013 | Dizziness, bright lights an issue for Hamilton
The best way Josh Hamilton can describe whatever it is he's going through right now is to simply say he's "off upstairs."
5/14/2013 | Denorfia, Cabrera stun O's with comeback in ninth
Chris Denorfia and Everth Cabrera had run-scoring singles in the ninth inning Tuesday as the Padres rallied for a 3-2 victory over the Orioles before a crowd of 19,096 at Camden Yards.
5/14/2013 | Oswalt sharp on journey back to Majors
Veteran right-hander Roy Oswalt's fastball and his overall pitch mix was better in his second extended spring training outing on Tuesday than it was in his first. If all goes well in his next outing on Saturday, Oswalt likely will join Double-A Tulsa
5/14/2013 | Lilly, Elbert to make rehab outings at Class A
Dodgers left-hander Ted Lilly expects to start Wednesday in a Minor League rehab game with Class A Rancho Cucamonga, where reliever Scott Elbert is also scheduled to pitch.
5/14/2013 | Kemp moves into No. 2 spot for first time since '10
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly shuffled his lineup for Tuesday's game against the Nationals, with Matt Kemp batting second for the first time since 2010.
5/14/2013 | Konerko out of lineup for second straight game
Paul Konerko was held out of the White Sox lineup Tuesday against the Twins for the second straight game. Following a scheduled day off for Konerko on Monday, manager Robin Ventura opted to extend the 37-year-old slugger's break.
5/14/2013 | Yoenis bounces back from upset stomach
Yoenis Cespedes said his stomach "was all upside down yesterday," but the A's outfielder felt well enough Tuesday night to rejoin the lineup for the second game of a three-game set with the Rangers.
5/14/2013 | Coco returns Wednesday; Young likely to follow Friday
Coco Crisp is still on track to be lifted off the disabled list for Wednesday's series finale with the Rangers, but Chris Young is not. The ladder is more likely to return Friday, following Thursday's off-day.
5/14/2013 | Tigers come alive in fifth to back sharp Fister
Doug Fister gave up a pair of early runs before retiring 12 straight at one point, and the Tigers' offense came alive after a slow start to down the Astros, 6-2, on Tuesday at Comerica Park.
5/14/2013 | Feeling nauseated, Harper out of Nats' lineup
A day after crashing into the right-field wall at Dodger Stadium, Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper said he was feeling nauseated and wouldn't play against the Dodgers on Tuesday night.
5/14/2013 | Wedge cites matchups in resting Ackley, Smoak
On Tuesday, second baseman Dustin Ackley wasn't in the starting lineup for the second time in as many games as the Mariners opened a nine-day road trip, but manager Eric Wedge said that was strictly about playing matchups against Yankees standout CC Sabathia.
5/14/2013 | Dodgers to activate Greinke for start on Wednesday
The Dodgers haven't been the same since Zack Greinke was injured, and on Wednesday night he'll return against Washington, even though his surgically repaired left collarbone isn't fully healed.
5/14/2013 | Rangers hopeful Pierzynski can return when eligible
The Rangers are encouraged about the possibility of catcher A.J. Pierzynski being able to come off the disabled list on May 21. That's the first day he's eligible after being sidelined since May 5 with a strained oblique muscle in his right rib cage.
5/14/2013 | Boggs showing signs of progress at Triple-A
Right-hander Mitchell Boggs -- who has not allowed a run in five relief appearances since being demoted -- appears to be moving closer to forcing the Cardinals to make a decision on his placement.
5/14/2013 | Pill's promotion mainly to benefit Peguero
The decision to recall first baseman Brett Pill from Triple-A Fresno was for two reasons, manager Bruce Bochy said. Pill forced the team's hand by swinging a hot stick in the Minors, but Bochy also said that he wanted to get outfielder Francisco Peguero, who was optioned to the Grizzlies to make room for Pill, more playing time.
5/14/2013 | Cabrera, Padres excel at hitting with two outs
Entering Tuesday's game against the Orioles, the Padres have scored 30 of their last 52 runs with two outs, going back to the fifth inning of a game on April 30 against the Cubs. Everth Cabrera leads the team with 15 two-out hits.
5/14/2013 | McCutchen hits walk-off homer as Bucs win in extras
Andrew McCutchen was a blur running around the bases after driving Mike Fiers' 2-2 pitch into PNC Park's right-field bleachers leading off the 12th inning on Tuesday to give the Pirates a 4-3 walk-off over the dreaded Milwaukee Brewers.
5/14/2013 | Kershaw fans 11 in dominating win over Nats
Clayton Kershaw struck out 11 in 8 2/3 innings on Tuesday night, needing only Andre Ethier's two-run single in a 2-0 win over the Nationals at Dodger Stadium.
5/14/2013 | Garza nears return as Cubs near decision
Matt Garza's next rehab start is Thursday for Triple-A Iowa, and it could be his last, which will create a problem for the Cubs, who have a pretty good rotation right now.
5/14/2013 | Mets prospect Wheeler NY-bound for tests
Zack Wheeler alerted Triple-A Las Vegas trainers on Monday of soreness in his right clavicle and the Mets, in what assistant general manager John Ricco termed a "conservative move," are flying him to New York for tests.
5/14/2013 | MRI on Pronk's balky shoulder negative
The Yankees got Curtis Granderson back in the lineup on Tuesday, but they may have a developing injury situation with another veteran. Travis Hafner got the day off due to pain in his right shoulder, but an MRI exam came back clean, alleviating the team's concern.
5/14/2013 | Heisey suffers setback during rehab game
The Reds hoped to have injured outfielder Chris Heisey back in the big leagues in a few days, but those plans may have changed.
5/14/2013 | Bats support Peavy's impressive victory over Twins
Jake Peavy held the Twins to two runs on five hits to guide the White Sox to a series-evening 4-3 victory Tuesday night at Target Field. Cruising through seven innings, Peavy maintained command over the Twins to record his fifth start of surrendering two or fewer runs.
5/14/2013 | Tribe relies on Reynolds at third after roster move
Mark Reynolds has done a little bit of everything for the Indians this season, and his role has become more defined after third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall was optioned to Triple-A.
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