5/14/2013 | Club hopes breakout game gets Hicks clicking
With a breakout game against the White Sox on Monday, the Twins are hoping rookie Aaron Hicks can get on a roll. Hicks, who entered Monday's game with a .137 average and one homer, had his best game in the Majors, hitting two homers and robbing a potential game-tying homer in center with a leaping catch.
5/14/2013 | CarGo homers twice, gets five hits in Rox win
Carlos Gonzalez homered twice among his career-high five hits to back Rockies lefty Jeff Francis, who allowed one run on three hits over six innings in a 9-4 win over the Cubs at Wrigley Field on Tuesday night.
5/14/2013 | Generals, MLB stars to help select heroes
Retired U.S. Army generals Peter Chiarelli and Jack Keane will join seven Major League Baseball players as guest panelists for the ongoing MLB and People magazine "Tribute For Heroes" campaign, an All-Star Week initiative that recognizes veterans and military service members and builds upon both organizations' commitment to honoring America's heroes.
5/14/2013 | Melky gets ring, then raps four hits vs. Giants
A day Melky Cabrera will likely never forget came with little fanfare at Rogers Centre on Tuesday. The Blue Jays left fielder was presented with a World Series ring from Giants manager Bruce Bochy for his contributions to San Francisco's 2012 championship team.
5/14/2013 | Tex throws BP to Prince Harry at Harlem RBI
Standing in the batter's box against Yankees star Mark Teixeira on Tuesday, Prince Harry connected on all three of his swings at Harlem RBI's "Field of Dreams," including a drive that pelted the left-field fence.
5/14/2013 | Dietrich, Ozuna get chance in heart of lineup
During the spring, the most-asked question to Marlins manager Mike Redmond concerned who would hit behind slugger Giancarlo Stanton in the lineup.
5/14/2013 | Victorino ready to go following collision
The one thing the Red Sox have learned early in Shane Victorino's tenure with the team is that it takes a lot to keep him out of the lineup.
5/14/2013 | O's prospect Gausman won't be promoted now
O's executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette confirmed Tuesday afternoon that Kevin Gausman is not in the Orioles' immediate plans.
5/14/2013 | Garcia to get fair share of action with Jackson out
Avisail Garcia is going to get his share of starts during his stretch filling in for the injured Austin Jackson, manager Jim Leyland said Tuesday.
5/14/2013 | Altuve placed on bereavement list; Elmore recalled
Jose Altuve had already been questionable for Tuesday's game against the Tigers with a partially dislocated right jaw suffered Monday.
5/14/2013 | Norris day to day, status for next start uncertain
Astros starter Bud Norris remained sore on Tuesday after tweaking his back throwing warmup pitches prior to the sixth inning and exiting Monday night's game against the Tigers.
5/14/2013 | Price trying to beat back allergies
David Price underwent an allergy test Tuesday morning and received nasal spray and eye drops, which he hopes will clear up his blurry vision and help the rashes he's been dealing with since early January.
5/14/2013 | Bourn returns to Philly, wonders what might have been
The Phillies drafted Michael Bourn in the fourth round of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft, and the club inquired about signing him this offseason, but Bourn signed with the Indians for $48 million over four years.
5/14/2013 | Martin thwarts Brewers' run game in return
Russell Martin started Tuesday night after dealing with soreness in his neck during the last week, and said before the game that he doesn't have any concerns in regards to the injury. He added that he feels confident getting back into the lineup, both offensively and defensively.
5/14/2013 | Tabata finding own identity away from Clemente
During Spring Training, Jose Tabata mentioned that his plan for re-launching his career included breaking away from his well-known dotage of Roberto Clemente. His adoration of the Pirates immortal remains but, "I have to be my own person. I wanted to get my own identity," he said.
5/14/2013 | Cards' blasts punctuate Gast's debut victory
John Gast earned his first victory in the Cardinals' 10-4 routing of the Mets on Tuesday, when Carlos Beltran and Jon Jay helped St. Louis pour it on with home runs.
5/14/2013 | Pettibone cruises in strong start; homers pace Phils
Kevin Frandsen and Domonic Brown both went deep, and Jonathan Pettibone gave up four hits and two runs in 6 2/3 frames in a 6-2 win over the Indians on Tuesday. John Mayberry Jr. went 3-for-4 with three RBIs.
5/14/2013 | Report: Crew offers Segura a long-term deal
Agent Joe Klein told FoxSports.com that the Brewers offered Jean Segura a contract extension about a month ago, mere weeks after the 23-year-old shortstop made his first Opening Day roster. Talks have not progressed from that point.
5/14/2013 | Granderson rejoins Yanks for season debut
Curtis Granderson is making his season debut on Tuesday, batting cleanup and playing left field against the Mariners.
5/14/2013 | Fast start, big finish? Giants again look sharp
Maybe the San Francisco Giants aren't going to tease us this year. Maybe, just maybe, they're going to keep rolling out quality starts and not wait until the last minute to make those playoff reservations. Regardless, we know not to take our eyes off them.
5/14/2013 | Astros place Altuve on bereavement list
The Astros on Tuesday placed second baseman Jose Altuve on the bereavement list following the death of his grandmother and recalled infielder Jake Elmore from Triple-A Oklahoma City to take his place.
5/14/2013 | Fans can monitor Wrigley restoration online
Fans interested in tracking the restoration of Wrigley Field and showing their support for the project can follow the progress on a new website, WrigleyField.com, which the Cubs launched on Tuesday.
5/14/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: May 14
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
5/14/2013 | Yoenis homers before leaving with upset stomach
Yoenis Cespedes hit his seventh home run of the season in the third inning on Monday night, but the A's outfielder was pulled from the series opener against the Rangers in the fifth with an upset stomach.
5/14/2013 | A's maintain O.co stranglehold on Rangers
The struggling Athletics got back on track against the first-place Rangers on Monday night, earning their ninth win in 11 home games against their American League West foes, 5-1.
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