4/24/2013 | Returns of Chooch, Delmon could impact lineup
Carlos Ruiz is serving the end of a 25-game suspension for using a banned stimulant. He can rejoin the team Sunday against the Mets at Citi Field. Delmon Young is recovering from microfracture surgery on his right ankle. He could join the team in the next couple weeks, if the Phillies believe he can play competently defensively in right field.
4/24/2013 | Victorino exits after sixth inning with sore back
Right fielder Shane Victorino reinjured his back while taking a check swing in the sixth inning of Wednesday's 6-5 win against the Athletics.
4/24/2013 | Granderson set for BP after swinging in cage
Yankees outfielder Curtis Granderson took 15 swings in a batting cage on Wednesday in Tampa, Fla., as he continues to move toward returning to game action.
4/24/2013 | No setbacks for trio of rehabbing Bucs pitchers
The Pirates are eagerly awaiting the return of three pitchers to their active roster, and for the first time in a long time, all three appear close to accomplishing that goal.
4/24/2013 | Padres call up lefty prospect Erlin, option Weber
The Padres selected left-handed pitcher Robbie Erlin from Triple-A Tucson and optioned right-handed pitcher Thad Weber back to Tucson.
4/24/2013 | For Blue Jays, a win is a win is a ... much-needed win
It's just one of 162 and, if the Blue Jays don't win Thursday, it won't mean much. But for Wednesday, they needed a win real bad, and they got it.
4/24/2013 | Valverde focused on present day in Detroit
Tigers closer Jose Valverde considers his return to Detroit as a bit of a new start. On Wednesday, when asked if he was injured down the stretch last season, Valverde made it clear that he isn't interested in reliving the past.
4/24/2013 | Dombrowski doesn't see universal DH soon
Tigers president/general manager Dave Dombrowski doesn't see a change coming anytime soon with the potential for the designated hitter becoming universal in both leagues and constant Interleague Play with different rules for different leagues.
4/24/2013 | Shields focused on start, not aces matchup
This is the kind of pitching matchup that the Royals had in mind when they obtained James Shields to head their rotation: Shields versus Detroit ace Justin Verlander on Thursday afternoon at Comerica Park.
4/24/2013 | Valverde, Tigers 'pen winning script vs. Royals
Closer Jose Valverde made a triumphant return with a save and Victor Martinez logged a pair of RBI hits as the Tigers earned a 7-5 win over the Royals on Wednesday night in the series opener at Comerica Park.
4/24/2013 | Torrealba, Fowler heroes in Rockies' 12th-inning win
After tying the game on Dexter Fowler's two-run double with two outs in the ninth off Craig Kimbrel, the Rockies won it 6-5 in the 12th on Yorvit Torrealba's single, snapping their three-game losing streak.
4/24/2013 | Patient Bucs wait for Phils' bullpen, stun host
The Pirates rallied against the Phillies' bullpen for a 5-3 win at Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday night, with Brandon Inge supplying the go-ahead run.
4/24/2013 | Astros break out for series win against Mariners
Robbie Grossman's Major League debut was a huge success, and he was not the only Astros player to have a big game in Wednesday's 10-3 victory against the Mariners.
4/24/2013 | After rough start, Aceves sent to Triple-A
Following Wednesday's 6-5 win over the Oakland Athletics, Alfredo Aceves was optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket.
4/24/2013 | Dodgers activate Lilly prior to start vs. Mets
The Dodgers reinstated left-hander Ted Lilly from the disabled list on Wednesday afternoon in time to start against the Mets. He had been on the DL since March 28.
4/24/2013 | Bard feels ready to succeed in return to Sox
Daniel Bard has rejoined the Red Sox's bullpen, and the right-hander will probably be able to dictate the length of his stay by the way he pitches.
4/24/2013 | Cespedes could begin rehab stint Thursday
Had the decision been left for him to make, Yoenis Cespedes would've already started his rehab assignment.
4/24/2013 | Heyward released from hospital after appendectomy
Jason Heyward checked out of Rose Medical Center in Denver on Tuesday following his emergency appendectomy performed there Monday evening.
4/24/2013 | Gibbons ejected for arguing strike call in ninth
Blue Jays manager John Gibbons was ejected during the ninth inning of Wednesday afternoon's 6-5 victory over the Orioles for arguing balls and strikes with home-plate umpire Mike DiMuro.
4/24/2013 | All-Star Red Carpet Show to hit 42nd Street
It is an endless parade that started appropriately enough in the Motor City, crossed the Clemente Bridge outside Pittsburgh's PNC Park, wound through the piers alongside San Francisco Bay, steamrolled up Manhattan's Avenue of the Americas, careened alongside the Arch, visited Disneyland and scorched the hot streets of Phoenix and Kansas City.
4/24/2013 | There were no losers in the J. Upton trade
While Justin Upton has been among the most dominant players in the big leagues this season, time will prove that Arizona made a a wise choice in sending him to Atlanta.
4/24/2013 | Valdespin's heroics keep Harvey unbeaten
Phenom Matt Harvey couldn't extend his winning streak on Wednesday night, yet his record remains unscathed thanks to a late rally and Jordany Valdespin's walk-off grand slam as New York defeated Los Angeles, 7-3, in 10 innings.
4/24/2013 | Despite swollen leg, Niese to make next start
One day after X-rays taken of his lower right leg came back negative, Jon Niese had some swelling and tightness in the area but fully expects to make his next start.
4/24/2013 | D-backs beat Giants in familiar fashion
Wil Nieves' sacrifice fly to center scored Paul Goldschmidt with the go-ahead run as the D-backs beat the Giants, 3-2, in 10 innings Wednesday afternoon at AT&T Park.
4/24/2013 | M. Saunders' return in sight, with rehab stint likely
Outfielder Michael Saunders will most likely go out on a Minor League rehab stint with Triple-A Tacoma this weekend before rejoining the Mariners, manager Eric Wedge said Wednesday.
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