5/22/2013 | Latos, Bruce shrug off apparent argument
Television cameras from the Mets' broadcast caught a brief moment of apparent disharmony between Mat Latos and Jay Bruce in the midst of the Reds' 7-4 victory on Wednesday afternoon.
5/22/2013 | On the mend, Adams throws bullpen session
Phillies setup man Mike Adams took a step closer to his return Wednesday when he threw a bullpen session at Marlins Park. Adams is on the disabled list because of a strained back.
5/22/2013 | Halladay begins rehab program in Florida
Phillies right-hander Roy Halladay reported Monday to Bright House Field in Clearwater, Fla., to begin a rehab program following right shoulder surgery.
5/22/2013 | Lidge to retire Aug. 1 as member of Phillies
The Phillies announced Wednesday that Brad Lidge will formally retire as a member of the Phillies before their Aug. 1 game against the Giants at Citizens Bank Park.
5/22/2013 | Francona set for Fenway return
Indians manager Terry Francona will return to Fenway Park for the first time as the skipper of a team besides the Red Sox on Thursday.
5/22/2013 | Utley to get MRI on rib cage Thursday
Chase Utley felt a burning sensation in his right rib cage taking swings in the batting cage before Tuesday's game at Marlins Park. He got scratched from the lineup a short time later, did not play in Wednesday's series finale against the Marlins and will have an MRI exam Thursday in Philadelphia.
5/22/2013 | Harper's big day sends Nats home happy after 10
Bryce Harper spent Tuesday night shouldering the blame of his team's extra-inning loss. On Wednesday, he was the biggest reason for an extra-inning victory, as he scored both of his team's runs and prevented another in a 2-1 win against the Giants.
5/22/2013 | Tigers withstand Tribe's late charge
Justin Verlander earned his fifth win, despite struggling, thanks to a well-balanced offensive attack in an 11-7 win over the Indians Wednesday at Progressive Field in a game that was slowed by two rain delays. Miguel Cabrera homered and drove in three runs.
5/22/2013 | O's hope Gausman is missing rotation link
The Orioles are hoping to find the same magic they found last season. Here's your chance, Kevin Gausman. After just 13 Minor League starts, he'll get the ball Thursday in Toronto. With the organization's other prized prospect, Dylan Bundy, injured, he's the club's best prospect.
5/22/2013 | Longoria credits consistent health for success
Joe Maddon recently commented that Evan Longoria was playing better than he had ever seen him play. Longoria downplayed the Rays manager's compliment
5/22/2013 | Joyce downplays hamstring tightness
Matt Joyce left Tuesday night's game with the Blue Jays due to right hamstring tightness. On Wednesday, the Rays outfielder said what he experienced was only tightness and nothing more, so he did not see the problem lingering.
5/22/2013 | Rays swap Cobb, Odorizzi in rotation
Rather than have rookie Jake Odorizzi start Sunday's game against the Yankees' CC Sabathia, the Rays have moved up Alex Cobb to take the spot. Odorizzi will now start the opening game of a two-game series against the Marlins.
5/22/2013 | Rays Minor Leaguer Yepez suspended
The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball announced Wednesday that Rays Minor League right-hander Angel Yepez has received a 50-game suspension without pay after testing positive for metabolites of Nandrolone, a performance-enhancing substance in violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.
5/22/2013 | CarGo's homer, triple clinch series for Rockies
Backed by Carlos Gonzalez's homer and RBI triple, Rockies left-hander Jorge De La Rosa battled for 5 1/3 innings and was rewarded with a key victory, as the Rox topped the D-backs, 4-1, on Wednesday.
5/22/2013 | Miggy comes through for Beat the Streak leader
Beat the Streak leader Aaron Brown's quest reached 45 games after Miguel Cabrera doubled in the first inning.
5/22/2013 | Even when he's off, Harvey still good
If this was the bad Matt Harvey, the Mets' seemingly fully formed young ace is going to have an awfully good career.
5/22/2013 | Worley demoted to Triple-A to work on location
After giving up a career-worst eight runs in just 3 2/3 innings in the Twins' 8-3 loss to the Braves on Wednesday, Vance Worley was optioned to Triple-A Rochester after the game.
5/22/2013 | Eager Vogelsong tasked with taking rehab slow
As Ryan Vogelsong begins recovering from his fractured right hand, he knows that he might spend more energy trying to control his rehabilitation efforts than actually performing the exercises themselves.
5/22/2013 | Closer Bell stays ready despite lack of game action
When he assumed the closer's role for the D-backs after J.J. Putz's injury, Heath Bell experienced a busy first week, appearing in five games. However, since saving his sixth game of the year May 15, Bell has not seen game action.
5/22/2013 | Cubs place righty Camp on DL, recall Dolis
The Cubs placed Shawn Camp on the disabled list because of a sprained right big toe on Wednesday, the day after the right-hander served up a winning grand slam to the Pirates. The Cubs recalled right-hander Rafael Dolis.
5/22/2013 | MLB to don camo uniforms on Memorial Day
On Memorial Day, players across Major League Baseball will be suiting up in a specially designed cap and jersey featuring an authentic military digital camouflage design licensed from the United States Marine Corps. The prominent display will honor fallen veterans and benefit today's returning military veterans and their families.
5/22/2013 | Confident Trout is soaring in Year 2
When Mike Trout got off to a relatively slow start this year, there was a widespread feeling around the game that it was bound to happen, that he couldn't possibly live up to what he achieved in a 2012 rookie season for the ages.
5/22/2013 | Ball bounces Reds' way for sweep of Mets
Zack Cozart had a career-high four hits and Brandon Phillips drove in two runs -- including the game-winner on an odd RBI double in the top of the ninth -- in a 7-4 Reds victory over the Mets on Wednesday. Cincinnati swept the three-game series.
5/22/2013 | Still ill, Panda rests along with Belt for finale
Ill Giants slugger Pablo Sandoval was out of Wednesday's lineup, as manager Bruce Bochy wanted to give the flu-stricken third baseman extra time to recover. First baseman Brandon Belt was also out of the lineup due to matchups and back tightness.
5/22/2013 | Orioles bash three homers to take finale from Yankees
On the heels of snapping a season-high six-game losing streak, Baltimore kept rolling in the right direction on Wednesday night, using a gutsy effort from starter Jason Hammel and a trio of homers to secure a 6-3 series-winning victory over New York.
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