4/15/2013 | McCutchen mindful of what Robinson went through
Andrew McCutchen wore No. 42 on Monday along with the rest of the Pirates and Cardinals in honor of Jackie Robinson, and McCutchen said he would have loved to have gotten a chance to meet Robinson.
4/15/2013 | Bautista out of Blue Jays lineup with back spasms
Jose Bautista missed Monday's contest because of back spasms and the Blue Jays were re-evaluating their defensive setup in the wake of Jose Reyes' injury.
4/15/2013 | Strong pitching brewing in Milwaukee system
For years, the Brewers' Minor League system has churned out hitters but few pitchers. That trend is shifting. In coming years, club officials are expecting the arms to out-graduate the bats.
4/15/2013 | Utley rests, replaced by Galvis for series opener in Cincy
Phillies second baseman Chase Utley got a day off Monday, his first of the young season. Freddy Galvis started for the third consecutive game. He played third base in place of Michael Young on Saturday and shortstop in place of Jimmy Rollins on Sunday
4/15/2013 | Rollins, Phillies grateful for Jackie
The Phillies donned No. 42 jerseys to celebrate Jackie Robinson Day on Monday at Great American Ball Park. Jimmy Rollins went one step further. He received a new pair of blue Nike spikes with Robinson's No. 42 on the heel.
4/15/2013 | Second opinion confirms Reyes' injury time frame
An ankle specialist confirmed the original diagnosis on Jose Reyes' injury, meaning the Blue Jays shortstop will miss the next three months.
4/15/2013 | Jackie Robinson Day special for reliever Oliver
Blue Jays reliever Darren Oliver appreciates Major League Baseball's efforts to shine a light on Jackie Robinson's impact on baseball and life.
4/15/2013 | Ventura, Flowers respect Buehrle's accomplishments
Left-hander Mark Buehrle, who enjoyed the first 12 years of his career with the White Sox before spending the 2012 season with the Marlins, faced Chicago for the first time in his career on Monday.
4/15/2013 | Robinson's impact celebrated by White Sox, MLB
As part of the annual tradition of honoring Jackie Robinson, who broke the color barrier in 1947, every player in baseball wore his No. 42 for the 66th anniversary of the historic milestone.
4/15/2013 | On Jackie's Day, Grandy visits Brooklyn school
Curtis Granderson came to Abraham Lincoln High School on Monday to celebrate Jackie Robinson Day, the 66th anniversary of the day the iconic hero of sports and civil rights made his Major League debut.
4/15/2013 | Fans, players react to news of Boston explosions
The two explosions that rocked the finish line of Monday's Boston Marathon and reportedly killed three people and injured over 100 more took place about a mile from Fenway Park, where less than an hour before, the Red Sox had beaten the Tampa Bay Rays, 3-2, and celebrated a Patriots Day and Jackie Robinson Day victory.
4/15/2013 | Spreading Jackie's legend a Robinson family affair
Awakening Monday morning to Jackie Robinson Day, Sharon Robinson addressed an assembly of middle schoolers under the banner of "Breaking Barriers: In Sports, In Life."
4/15/2013 | Stanton still sidelined, Kearns out of hospital
Giancarlo Stanton still feels discomfort in his left shoulder, so on Monday afternoon, the Marlins' slugger made a return trip to be examined by team physicians, while Austin Kearns was discharged from University of Miami Hospital.
4/15/2013 | Former Dodgers ball boy helps honor Jackie
Former Dodgers ball boy Norman Berman, who used to play catch with Jackie Robinson, was at Marlins Park on Monday, throwing out a ceremonial first pitch as Major League Baseball celebrated Jackie Robinson Day.
4/15/2013 | Nats rebound from sweep by clobbering Fish
Washington's lineup clobbered Miami's pitching staff with 16 hits and Jordan Zimmermann gave up three runs in a complete game, leading the Nationals to a 10-3 win at Marlins Park.
4/15/2013 | Span says Jackie's impact reaches beyond baseball
Denard Span noted that as much as we celebrate Jackie Robinson's accomplishments and what he meant for baseball, we might still underestimate how much of an impact he had on the U.S. as a whole.
4/15/2013 | Minor fire at Citi Field causes damage to offices
An early-morning fire at Citi Field on Monday damaged part of the Mets' administrative offices, though the damage was minor and not in any areas noticeable to fans.
4/15/2013 | Off to historic start, Harvey named NL Player of Week
Matt Harvey has embarked upon one of the best starts to a season by any pitcher in Major League history. For his efforts, the Mets right-hander was named National League Player of the Week.
4/15/2013 | Strained right lat sends Cueto to disabled list
The Reds placed ace Johnny Cueto on the 15-day disabled list on Monday with a strained right lat muscle. The move is retroactive to Sunday, a day after Cueto exited his start in the fifth inning with right triceps pain.
4/15/2013 | Three up, three down: Braves' new world
Atlanta has made an early statement in the National League East. The Braves went into Washington and swept a three-game weekend series against a Nationals team that came into the season labeled as the best team in the NL. But the Braves have been manhandling every team they have faced so far.
4/15/2013 | With stars sidelined, new Yanks weathering storm
The Yankees could easily keep track of the injury updates trickling into their depleted clubhouse and see that help is on the way, but thanks to the production from their new faces, no one has been caught staring toward the door waiting for more familiar names to walk in.
4/15/2013 | Busch Stadium to host first college football game
Four months after Busch Stadium fields an English Premier League game, the venue will host its first college football game, when rivals Southeast Missouri State University and Southern Illinois University kick off in St. Louis on Sept. 21 at 1 p.m. CT.
4/15/2013 | '42' music matches magic of movie
The movie "42" has broken out at the box office like Jackie Robinson going from first to second base. If you already enjoyed the experience, or if you are planning to go, you probably will notice that one of the highlights is a musical backdrop that meets the challenge of telling a legendary American story.
4/15/2013 | Community work earns Giants distinction from GLAAD
The World Series champion San Francisco Giants will be recognized with the Corporate Leader Award at the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards next month. The occasion will mark the first time GLAAD has honored a professional sports franchise.
4/15/2013 | Buehrle shows White Sox what they loved about him
Mark Buehrle faced his former White Sox teammates for the first time on Monday and did what they became accustomed to, throwing 6 1/3 quality innings and leading the Blue Jays to a 4-3 victory at Rogers Centre.
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