10/16/2012 | Beeston reportedly on verge of two-year extension
Paul Beeston and the Blue Jays appear on the verge of officially extending their long-lasting working relationship.
10/16/2012 | 'Bucks' comes to Yankee Stadium for ALDS matchup
Watch episode 22 of "Bucks on the Pond" to see whether two Yankees fans handled enough trivia questions before Game 4 of the American League Division Series to offset their dinner cost before the game.
10/16/2012 | Giambi to interview for Rox managerial post
Former American League Most Valuable Player Jason Giambi will interview for the managerial job with the Rockies -- the team he has played with the last three-plus seasons -- according to a report in the Denver Post.
10/16/2012 | Cubs acquire Carreno to complete Baker deal
The Cubs acquired right-hander Marcelo Carreno from the Tigers to complete the Aug. 5 trade for infielder Jeff Baker.
10/16/2012 | McCann undergoes successful shoulder surgery
After undergoing successful surgery to repair his right shoulder, Braves catcher Brian McCann will spend the next few months rehabbing and might not be ready for the start of the 2013 season.
10/16/2012 | MLB Notebook: Vogelsong treats San Francisco
On Monday, Oct. 15, 1962, the Giants hosted the Yankees at Candlestick Park in what was a must-win game for the home team. Exactly 50 years later on a Monday, another 35-year-old Giants hurler took the ball in San Francisco, and although the contest did not represent a must-win scenario, it had the feeling of one for Ryan Vogelsong.
10/16/2012 | D-backs always happy to visit Hermosillo
Opening Day at Chase Field is still 167 days away, but it was Opening Night for the Hermosillo Naranjeros of the Mexican Pacific Winter League Sunday night, and that was enough to entice a contingent of D-backs executives to pay a visit to the team that has won more championships than any other.
10/15/2012 | Giants carry momentum into Game 3 behind Cain
From "The City By the Bay" to "The Gateway to the West," from a best-of-seven to, essentially, a best-of-five, the National League Championship Series is shifting. Giants righty Matt Cain opposes the Cards' Kyle Lohse in Game 3 on Wednesday at 4 p.m. ET on FOX.
10/15/2012 | Giants' 2010 blueprint rekindled by Vogelsong
You had to squint a bit, but this looked like 2010, when the Giants used the so-basic-it's-brilliant blueprint of quality starts to bring this city its first World Series title. Ryan Vogelsong wasn't around then.
10/15/2012 | After interview, Runnells optimistic about future
Tom Runnells sounded optimistic about the Rockies' future after his interview for the vacant managerial post. He feels the team will improve next year with players coming back from injury.
10/15/2012 | Lincecum leads candidates to start Game 4
Manager Bruce Bochy said Monday that "it's fair to say" the Giants are leaning toward starting right-hander Tim Lincecum in Thursday's Game 4 of the National League Championship Series at St. Louis.
10/15/2012 | Zito, Bumgarner options for Game 5 start
Assuming Giants right-hander Tim Lincecum starts Game 4 of the National League Championship Series, manager Bruce Bochy said Monday that he'd be presented with a choice between Barry Zito and Madison Bumgarner to start Friday's Game 5, if it's played.
10/15/2012 | Cain enters key Game 3 with elusive extra rest
If you are up 2-0, Game 3 is a chance to drop the hammer, given the frequency (one in 135) with which 3-0 edges are blown. If you are down 0-2, it is the call to avoid that 0-3 fate. And if it is a 1-1 draw, it is for the advantage. So the Giants are in a good place, with Matt Cain set to take the ball Wednesday in St. Louis.
10/15/2012 | Cards keep Lynn in line to start Game 5
Though Lance Lynn was unable to make it through four innings in his start on Sunday, the Cardinals are not planning to make any changes to their National League Championship Series rotation.
10/15/2012 | Robinson to attend Marlins Day of Service
Sharon Robinson, daughter of baseball and civil rights pioneer Jackie Robinson, will be on hand for the Marlins Day of Service and Philanthropy.
10/15/2012 | Hughes must be better than ever in Game 3
Phil Hughes has been more erratic than one would like, but nobody questions his ability. I mean, look at how well he pitched against a difficult Baltimore lineup in Game 4 of the AL Division Series.
10/15/2012 | Descalso, Crawford go way back, on soccer field
The first encounter between Cardinals second baseman Daniel Descalso and Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford wasn't on a diamond, but on a pitch -- as in, soccer field.
10/15/2012 | Yankees need to channel spirit of '96 in ALCS
If you're a depressed Yankees fan, convinced there's no hope in this American League Championship Series gone bad against the Tigers, a history lesson might be just the thing to lift your sagging spirits.
10/15/2012 | Sabathia, Verlander proving worth in October
The term ace is thrown out too frequently in baseball. Justin Verlander and CC Sabathia, however, are legitimate aces. And they are using this postseason to underscore why they are head and shoulders above others.
10/15/2012 | Joyner tabbed as assistant hitting coach
The Phillies announced Monday the hiring of Wally Joyner as assistant hitting coach.
10/15/2012 | Valverde remains closer, but not Tigers' only option
There might be a committee, but there is no controversy. The way Tigers manager Jim Leyland sees the bullpen situation, Jose Valverde is still his closer. That does not mean Leyland doesn't have other options.
10/15/2012 | Tigers' success a testament to Dombrowski's moves
Well, sure, now everybody is coming out of the woodwork to slap Dave Dombrowski on the back and tell him they knew all along his trades would work out.
10/15/2012 | Girardi family appreciates outpouring of support
The family of Yankees manager Joe Girardi issued a statement on Monday, the day funeral services were to be held in Tampico, Ill., for Girardi's father, Jerry.
10/15/2012 | Braves preparing to begin life after Chipper
The Braves have said goodbye to iconic figures in the past. But they have never encountered the challenge that they now face: preparing for life without Chipper Jones.
10/15/2012 | Baker, Reds agree on two-year extension
The Reds and manager Dusty Baker agreed to terms Monday on a two-year contract extension through the 2014 season.
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