5/2/2012 | Justice: Harper gives a fan a memory for a lifetime
Washington fan Lucian Mattia will long be telling the story of how he played softball with rookie phenom Bryce Harper at the National Mall.
5/2/2012 | Brewers' Braun exits game with sore Achilles
A bad Wednesday got worse for the Brewers when left fielder Ryan Braun limped off the field following a sixth-inning flyout and called it a day.
5/2/2012 | Zimmerman planning to hit off tee on Friday
According to manager Davey Johnson, Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman, on the 15-day disabled list because of an inflamed right shoulder, is going to hit off a tee on Friday.
5/2/2012 | O's Endy knows his role, and does it well
Buck Showalter asks two things from his No. 4: defense and speed. So the Orioles carry the best prototypical No. 4 outfielder in the business: Endy Chavez.
5/2/2012 | Chipper hopes program helps him play more
Braves third baseman Chipper Jones recently started a weight program that is intended to help him regain the leg strength he needs to play more consistently than he has during this season's first month.
5/2/2012 | Bucs' Tabata feels right at home in St. Louis
Jose Tabata wouldn't mind playing the Cardinals 162 times a year. The Pirates outfielder loves to torch the Redbirds on a regular basis, entering Thursday's game 33-for-101 (.326) against St. Louis.
5/2/2012 | Pirates star McCutchen given first day off
Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen was given the day off Wednesday after starting the first 23 games of the season. Nate McLouth started in center for the first time this year.
5/2/2012 | Pirates showing resiliency, if not consistency
The Pirates have followed the win-one, lose-one trend in each of their last 12 games heading into play Wednesday. Second baseman Neil Walker sees that as a positive situation.
5/2/2012 | Reds keep Cueto on schedule
Tuesday's rainout forced the Reds the adjust their rotation a little bit. But it won't affect Johnny Cueto's life one iota. Cueto is still starting on Friday at Pittsburgh.
5/2/2012 | Top prospect Hamilton tearing up Class A
Reds top shortstop prospect Billy Hamilton is off to quite a start with Class A Bakersfield. Through Hamilton's first 24 games, he is batting .402 with 29 stolen bases. The 21-year-old's on-base percentage is .481.
5/2/2012 | Reds sign veteran reliever Wuertz
The Reds on Wednesday signed right-handed reliever Michael Wuertz to a Minor League contract. Wuertz reported to the organization's complex for extended spring training.
5/2/2012 | D-backs' Hernandez trust his stuff on mound
In his two blown saves this year, D-backs reliever David Hernandez has made two bad pitches.
5/2/2012 | Gibson: I'd have pulled Jackson during no-no
If Kirk Gibson had been managing the D-backs instead of A.J. Hinch, Edwin Jackson likely would not have thrown a no-hitter on June 25, 2010.
5/2/2012 | Braves consider pulling Pence shift
Spray charts show the Braves have reason to continue utilizing a shift against Hunter Pence. But recent history has given manager Fredi Gonzalez reason to at least contemplate calling off the shift in some situations against the Phillies outfielder.
5/2/2012 | Beachy sacrifices strikeouts for more innings
Brandon Beachy's desire to be more aggressive in the strike zone has reduced his strikeout ratios and allowed him to achieve his goal to go longer into games than he did during last year's rookie season.
5/2/2012 | Brantley adjusts as Damon leads off for Tribe
Indians center fielder Michael Brantley is now being asked to share leadoff duties with newly acquired outfielder Johnny Damon.
5/2/2012 | Indians pleased with progress of LaPorta
Indians manager Manny Acta said the Indians have been very encouraged by Matt LaPorta's early showing at Triple-A.
5/2/2012 | Ubaldo working to correct flaw in mechanics
Manager Manny Acta admitted Ubaldo Jimenez is working on a mechanical adjustment that the Indians hope will lead to better results.
5/2/2012 | Campana reflects on progress since debut
Tony Campana returned to the place where he made his Major League debut nearly one year ago, and took the time to reflect on how far he's come.
5/2/2012 | Cubs' Rizzo honored for strong April
The Cubs named Triple-A Iowa first baseman Anthony Rizzo and right-handed pitcher Frank Batista as the organization's Minor League player and pitcher of the month for April.
5/2/2012 | Cubs' Sveum sticking with Stewart
During early batting practice on Wednesday at Great American Ball Park, Cubs third baseman Ian Stewart was hitting ball after ball to the opposite field, and Cubs manager Dale Sveum took note.
5/2/2012 | Melvin: Everybody has green light to steal
Several firsts were made on Tuesday night, including Jarrod Parker's first win and Jordan Norberto's first save. Lost in the hoopla was Kila Ka'aihue's first career stolen base.
5/2/2012 | Komatsu said to interest Nats if offered back
On Tuesday, the Cardinals designated outfielder Erik Komatsu for assignment. In 15 big league games, Komatsu was 4-for 19 (.211) for St. Louis.
5/2/2012 | Wang to start next for Double-A Harrisburg
Nationals right-hander Chien-Ming Wang is expected to pitch to five to six innings, or throw 75 pitches, for Double-A Harrisburg on Thursday.
5/2/2012 | O's flip Hammel, Hunter for weekend series
The Orioles tweaked their rotation for the upcoming weekend series against the Boston Red Sox, flipping Tommy Hunter and Jason Hammel, with Hammel now scheduled for Saturday.
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