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4/25/2013 | Young Harvey already influencing Mets' resolve
It is unfair to compare rising stars to legends of the past, but Matt Harvey has some Mets fans thinking back to the glory days of Tom Seaver.

4/25/2013 | Molina's enjoying new phase of brotherhood with Cards
When Bengie Molina stepped away from baseball after the 2010 season, he made his wife, Jamie, a promise. He wasn't going to ignore the itch he had to transition into a coaching role; but he would hold off on acting upon it for three years.

4/25/2013 | With subtle changes, Padres hope Petco plays fair
Starting this season, the Padres have modified the fences at the nearly 10-year-old Petco Park after years of grousing -- players, front office, fans, etc. -- unveiling some changes that at best qualify as a move toward neutrality and not completely to it.

4/25/2013 | Billingsley undergoes Tommy John surgery
The Tommy John surgery performed on Chad Billingsley's right elbow Wednesday night went as expected, and he could be sidelined for a year.

4/25/2013 | Communication key for Santana's growth behind dish
Thanks in large part to his improved communication skills, Carlos Santana is showing signs of becoming a better all-around catcher.

4/25/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: April 25
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.

4/25/2013 | Cruz leads Texas-sized rout at Angel Stadium
Nelson Cruz hit a three-run homer in a nine-run fourth inning on Wednesday that propelled Yu Darvish to his fourth victory of the season and the Rangers to a series win at Angel Stadium. Cruz's 3-for-4 night upped his four-game total to three homers and 10 RBIs.

4/25/2013 | According to plan: Offseason moves paying dividends
Seeds for the 2013 season that were sown in the winter are coming into bloom all over the Majors in the spring, as the steady stream of 162 games begins to reveal how well offseason moves are working out.

4/25/2013 | Rangers haven't missed a beat
Some were concerned how the exits of Michael Young, Josh Hamilton and Mike Napoli would affect the Rangers, but second baseman Ian Kinsler thinks the chemistry in the clubhouse is as strong as ever.

4/24/2013 | Harvey happy with Mets' win, less so with own showing
As Jordany Valdespin laughed and celebrated the spoils of his walk-off grand slam late Wednesday, Matt Harvey stood in another corner of the clubhouse, relatively stoic. Harvey was happy -- thrilled -- that the Mets won, but he was noticeably unhappy with the way he pitched.

4/24/2013 | In the Cave, Hairston talks family, Dodgers, versatility
Jerry Hairston stopped by the MLB Fan Cave on Wednesday, and he touched on a variety of topics, including his son playing for the Diamondbacks -- in Little League.

4/24/2013 | Volquez, Quentin end Brewers' win streak
Edinson Volquez tossed seven scoreless innings and Carlos Quentin hit his first home run of the season as the Padres defeated the Brewers, 2-1, before a crowd of 17,205 at Petco Park.

4/24/2013 | Brewers' nine-game win streak comes to end
Padres starter Edinson Volquez delivered a brilliant outing, snapping the Brewers' winning streak at nine games in a 2-1 victory at Petco Park.

4/24/2013 | Yunel day to day with hamstring tightness
Yunel Escobar left the Rays' 3-0 win over the Yankees on Wednesday night prior to the seventh inning with tightness in his right hamstring. The Rays' starting shortstop is day to day.

4/24/2013 | Roenicke: Axford could soon return to closing
Manager Ron Roenicke doesn't plan on tinkering with his current game plan of John Axford setting up closer Jim Henderson just yet. But he said a return to the ninth inning could be on the horizon for Axford.

4/24/2013 | Weaver plays catch for first time since breaking elbow
While Angels ace Jered Weaver is still weeks away from taking back his spot in the starting rotation, the right-hander was expected to take another step in his recovery from a broken left elbow on Wednesday by playing catch.

4/24/2013 | Young snaps out of skid with two-homer day
The A's boarded their charter flight back to Oakland on Wednesday night following a 6-5 loss to the Red Sox with little to be happy about, save for Chris Young's two-homer day amid frustration surrounding an otherwise forgettable 1-5 road trip.

4/24/2013 | Backed by key hits, Cobb upstages Pettitte
The Rays closed out a much-needed winning homestand with a 3-0 victory over the Yankees on Wednesday night at Tropicana Field with 19,177 watching. Alex Cobb picked up his third win of the season, while Ben Zobrist and Sean Rodriguez came through with big hits to pace the Rays' offense.

4/24/2013 | Video review gives Kemp first homer of '13
Matt Kemp finally got his first home run of the season, but only after an instant-replay ruling overturned the original call on the field.

4/24/2013 | For Mets, it's about time, summer in the city
While many teams and cities covet hosting an All-Star Game, the Mets for years seemingly wanted no part of it. But now, for the first time since Shea Stadium's inaugural 1964 season, the Midsummer Classic comes to Queens.

4/24/2013 | Rangers-Cubs makeup game set for May 6
Major League Baseball announced Wednesday the Rangers-Cubs game that was postponed on April 17 at Wrigley Field will be made up on May 6. The game-time is 7:05 p.m. CT in Chicago.

4/24/2013 | It'll be Opening Day, but without 'Mr. Baseball'
The Savin Hill Little League near Boston begins play on Saturday, but it will do so without one of its star players, "Mr. Baseball," 8-year old Martin Richard, who was killed in the Boston Marathon bombings.

4/24/2013 | Case closed: Bailey seals comeback victory vs. A's
If the closer's job was taken away from Andrew Bailey over the winter, he is doing everything in his power to make sure that doesn't happen again. Bailey turned in perhaps his most dominant performance of the season while closing out Wednesday's 6-5 victory over the Oakland Athletics.

4/24/2013 | Tolleson's rehab not going as well as hoped
Don Mattingly didn't say that Shawn Tolleson needs surgery on his back. But he didn't say Tolleson doesn't. "I'll say his rehab is not going as they'd like," Mattingly said of Tolleson, who was put on the disabled list on April 15 with a bulging disk in his lower back.

4/24/2013 | Price displeased, but Maddon defends decision
David Price expressed his displeasure at being lifted from Tuesday night's 4-3 loss to the Yankees in the ninth inning after surrendering a leadoff single to Robinson Cano. Rays manager Joe Maddon said he had not talked to his ace about being upset.

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