5/15/2012 | Doubront OK after getting hit in ear by ball
Starter Felix Doubront is OK after getting hit on the right ear while playing catch in the outfield Tuesday afternoon at Fenway Park.
5/15/2012 | Evaluating the effects of offseason deals
From high-profile deals to small-scale swaps, many teams retooled their rosters with trades. Some have come away pleased, whereas others have injuries to thank for a longer waiting period before they can evaluate their deals.
5/15/2012 | Fielder takes over consecutive games streak
With Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp going on the disabled list Monday with a strained left hamstring, Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder is now MLB's active leader in consecutive games played.
5/15/2012 | McNamee explains why he saved evidence
Brian McNamee, the chief accuser in the federal perjury trial of Roger Clemens, continued to tell his account Tuesday of injecting Clemens with steroids and human-growth hormone, moving on through the time period when both were employed by the Yankees in 2000 and 2001.
5/15/2012 | Marmol at least 10 days away from return
Cubs closer Carlos Marmol remained in Chicago during the two-game set with the Cards to undergo treatment for his hamstring injury.
5/15/2012 | Astros make Lyles a last-minute starter
It wasn't a government secret, but the Astros treated the identity of Tuesday's starting pitcher as such for a variety of reasons before giving the nod to callup Jordan Lyles.
5/15/2012 | Tribe chugs past Twins behind Lowe's shutout
Backed by a veteran starter Derek Lowe's first shutout in seven years, the Indians methodically dismantled the Twins, 5-0, on Tuesday afternoon to cap off a two-game series sweep.
5/15/2012 | Youkilis to begin rehab stint Wednesday
Kevin Youkilis will begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Pawtucket on Wednesday, the next step in his return from a strained lower back.
5/15/2012 | Bass bests Strasburg as Friars take DC finale
Will Venable had four hits and Anthony Bass was superb as the Padres roughed up Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg on Tuesday, scoring three runs in the first inning on their way to a 6-1 victory before a crowd of 23,902 at Nationals Park.
5/15/2012 | Phils' Pence makes amends with walk-off homer
Hunter Pence's error helped the Astros rally in the ninth, but his home run in the 10th -- his second of the game -- gave the Phillies their third straight win, 4-3, on Tuesday.
5/15/2012 | Manny on track to join A's on May 30
The A's announced on Tuesday that Manny Ramirez will begin a 10-day stint with Triple-A Sacramento on Saturday, putting him on track to join Oakland in Minnesota on May 30, when his 50-game drug suspension concludes.
5/15/2012 | Ichiro staying put at No. 3 spot for now
Though manager Eric Wedge has mentioned several times in recent days that Ichiro Suzuki isn't a "prototypical" No. 3 hitter in his lineup, he said Tuesday there is no immediate plan to move the veteran hitter.
5/15/2012 | Gutierrez remains sidelined by heel issue
Oft-injured center fielder Franklin Gutierrez continues undergoing treatment on plantar fasciitis in a heel, which figures to delay his return to the Mariners until at least late June, manager Eric Wedge said Tuesday.
5/15/2012 | Cards walk off vs. Cubs on Molina's clutch hit
A back-and-forth affair between the Cubs and Cardinals on Tuesday ended with Yadier Molina's walk-off single against Cubs reliever Rafael Dolis for a 7-6 win.
5/15/2012 | Mets expected to land 2013 All-Star Game
Commissioner Bud Selig will join Mets owner Fred Wilpon and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg at New York's City Hall to make a major announcement Wednesday, expected to be that the Mets and Citi Field will host the 2013 MLB All-Star Game.
5/15/2012 | Braves' Freeman sits with scratches in both eyes
First baseman Freddie Freeman missed Tuesday's game against the Reds due to scratches in both eyes, which forced him to leave Monday's 3-1 loss to Cincinnati after the seventh inning.
5/15/2012 | Kendrick to start for Worley on Wednesday
Phillies right-hander Vance Worley (3-2, 3.07 ERA) will not make the team's trip to Chicago on Tuesday and will miss Wednesday's start against the Cubs at Wrigley Field because of soreness in his elbow. Right-hander Kyle Kendrick will start in his place, while Worley will be examined Wednesday in Philadelphia.
5/15/2012 | White Sox, MLB to host Diversity Summit
Major League Baseball and the White Sox will co-host the first MLB Diversity Business Summit to provide attendees with access to human resource and procurement executives from across baseball, MLB announced Tuesday.
5/15/2012 | White Sox DH Dunn set to play left at NL ballparks
Even at the 36-game mark of the new 2012 season, Adam Dunn still is being asked about how it feels to get off to such a good start following last year's miserable White Sox debut.
5/15/2012 | Cashman, dignitaries golf in charity event
Yankees GM Brian Cashman was among many dignitaries at the second annual New York Yankees/New Era Pinstripe Bowl Charity Golf Tournament presented by UnitedHeathcare at Forsgate Country Club.
5/15/2012 | Back stiffness forces Valverde out of game
Tigers closer Jose Valverde left Tuesday's ninth inning because of back stiffness in Detroit's 10-8 win against the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field.
5/15/2012 | Back in the saddle: Beckett dominates Mariners
Josh Beckett rescued himself from the rough Tuesday in the Red Sox's 5-0 win over the Mariners that was meaningful not only for a pitcher who has taken his share of flack, but a team whose starters could not get on track until five games ago.
5/15/2012 | Recalling history as closer, Soriano confident
Rafael Soriano has been named the Yankees' third closer in the last two weeks, and the right-hander is thrilled to be receiving the assignment.
5/15/2012 | Thole waiting on clearance before returning
Josh Thole is ready to move on to the next step. Thole, who hasn't played since suffering a concussion on May 7, returned to Citi Field on Tuesday for an examination, and the catcher said that he hoped to pass an impact test and return to baseball activities in short order.
5/15/2012 | Reds prepare for extended stay in Big Apple
In what is sure to be a challenge to the per diems of players and staff, the Reds will spend five straight days in New York City because of a scheduling quirk.
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