5/24/2013 | Espinosa to rest broken wrist; Kobernus promoted
The Nationals received some surprising news Friday, learning that second baseman Danny Espinosa has a broken bone in his right wrist.
5/24/2013 | Detwiler to test sore oblique in 'pen session
It will not be known until Saturday if Nationals left-hander Ross Detwiler will be able to start Tuesday against the Orioles.
5/24/2013 | Utley hoping to return as soon as he's eligible
The bad news is that the Phillies have lost their most consistent hitter until June 5, at the earliest. The good news is it could have been worse.
5/24/2013 | Zimmermann tops Phils, first in NL to eight wins
Utility man Steve Lombardozzi helped Jordan Zimmermann become the National League's first eight-game winner as the Nationals beat the Phillies, 5-2, on Friday.
5/24/2013 | Sutton never shy about voicing his opinion
Don Sutton won 324 games during his Hall of Fame career, and he has shown during his long career as a broadcaster that he's not afraid to speak his mind on a wide range of topics.
5/24/2013 | Blue Jays place reliever Oliver on 15-day DL
The Blue Jays placed reliever Darren Oliver on the 15-day disabled list on Friday with a left shoulder strain, clearing roster space for Sean Nolin, whom the club already had announced would start Friday night's game against the Orioles.
5/24/2013 | Top prep catchers figure to go early in Draft
This year, catching is a relative strength among those eligible for next month's First-Year Player Draft. If a team wants a catcher in the first round, it more than likely will be looking at a high school backstop. With it, though, comes risk.
5/24/2013 | Bat is Yankees rookie Adams' best tool
With an overall game that often translates into one becoming a fan favorite, rookie David Adams is filling in nicely for the injury-depleted Yankees.
5/24/2013 | MLB Notebook: Machado is a doubles machine
With his three-double night against the Blue Jays on Thursday, Manny Machado has done something that no other player since 1916 has accomplished: have multiple three-double games before his 21st birthday.
5/24/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: May 24
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
5/24/2013 | Colabello grateful after taking wild path to Majors
Chris Colabello, who almost missed a chance to make his big league debut after being involved in a bus accident on the way to the airport, wants to prove he can stick with the Twins despite his long and unorthodox road to the Majors.
5/24/2013 | Prep catcher McGuire has talent, leadership skills
Reese McGuire will lead his team through the Washington state high school tournament once again, and his 6-foot-1, 190-pound frame, his athleticism behind the plate, his emerging bat and strong arm from behind the plate have scouts ready to call his name earlier rather than later in the 2013 First-Year Player Draft on June 6.
5/24/2013 | Miggy goes deep in fourth consecutive game
Miguel Cabrera pulled a 2-2 pitch from Twins lefty Scott Diamond in the first inning Thursday and lofted it into the left-field seats for his sixth home run in four games. Cabrera is one game shy of tying the Tigers' franchise record of five straight games with a homer.
5/24/2013 | Royals send struggling Herrera to Triple-A
Reliever Kelvin Herrera, who has had rough going this season, was optioned to Triple-A Omaha on Thursday. Louis Coleman, another right-hander, was recalled to take his bullpen spot.
5/24/2013 | Pitching gives Royals a puncher's chance
After a 17-10 start, the Royals' lack of hitting has dropped them below .500, but they are still third in the AL in team ERA. If the offense performs at just an adequate level, this will be a winning team by season's end.
5/24/2013 | Angels ride four homers to fifth straight win
Mike Trout, Albert Pujols, Chris Iannetta and Mark Trumbo homered en route to a 5-4 win over the Royals on Thursday night in Kansas City, giving Joe Blanton his first victory and extending the Angels' winning streak to five.
5/24/2013 | K-Crew member provides CPR to Royals fan
A 14-year-old girl was dancing in the stands between innings at the Royals' game on Thursday night when she fainted. A nearby K-Crew member was able to perform CPR, according to Mike Swanson, Royals vice president of communications and broadcasting.
5/23/2013 | Garcia set to join Nats' Double-A team next week
Nationals right-hander Christian Garcia, who is on the disabled list because of a right forearm strain, will join Double-A Harrisburg sometime next week.
5/23/2013 | Middlebrooks leaves with spasms in lower back
Red Sox third baseman Will Middlebrooks exited Thursday night's game against the Indians with lower back spasms
5/23/2013 | McLouth dives into crowd for catch; almost hit by drink
Nate McLouth flipped into the stands as he made a spectacular catch down the left-field line, and he was nearly hit by a drink thrown by a fan after the play was ruled an out.
5/23/2013 | Boston Marathon survivor tosses first pitch
Peter DiMartino, who tore 90 percent of his left Achilles tendon in the Boston Marathon bombings, threw out a ceremonial pitch before the Red Sox game against the Indians on Thursday night.
5/23/2013 | Shields is far outperforming his record
Royals ace James Shields leads the league in innings pitched and is tied for sixth in strikeouts, but his success on the mound has not been translating to wins. His record dropped to 2-5 after the Royals lost two in Houston.
5/23/2013 | Jackson unlikely to come off DL when eligible
Austin Jackson is back at Comerica Park with the Tigers beginning a homestand Thursday. It's looking less and less likely, though, that he'll be ready to return to action before the Tigers hit the road again next week.
5/23/2013 | Kline undergoes surgery, will miss 6-8 weeks
Branden Kline, Baltimore's second round pick in last June's First-Year Player Draft, had surgery today to repair a fracture in his right leg.
5/23/2013 | Utley headed to 15-day DL with strained oblique
The Phillies announced that Chase Utley, who felt a burning sensation on his right side when taking swings during batting practice Monday in Miami, will be placed on the 15-day disabled list with what they have called a "very mild" Grade 1 strained oblique. He is eligible to be activated June 5.
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