5/12/2013 | After hitting wall, Victorino taken to hospital as precaution
Shane Victorino, who earlier this season missed a week and a half because of stiffness in his lower back, made hard contact with the right-field wall while trying to rob Emilio Bonifacio of a home run in the fourth inning and was taken to a local hospital after Sunday's 12-4 loss.
5/12/2013 | Blue Jays ride five homers to win over Red Sox
The Blue Jays matched their season high with five homers and right-hander Chad Jenkins pitched five strong innings in a 12-4 victory over the Red Sox on Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park.
5/12/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: May 12
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
5/12/2013 | Marlins seek first road series win in LA
Marlins right-hander Tom Koehler will make his first start of the season, and second of his career, as Miami seeks a series win against Chris Capuano and the Dodgers at Dodger Stadium.
5/12/2013 | Dodgers snap losing streak behind Ryu
The Dodgers ended their eight-game losing streak behind Hyun-Jin Ryu's 6 2/3 solid innings and an offense that feasted on Marlins pitching. Andre Ethier had four hits and scored three times, Skip Schumaker had three RBIs and Dee Gordon went deep.
5/12/2013 | Ethier rides adjustment to 4-for-4 night
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly wanted to see Andre Ethier hit more balls to the opposite field, and that's exactly what the outfielder did on Saturday night, going 4-for-4 with two doubles, including one to left-center in his first at-bat.
5/12/2013 | Cain awarded walk after only three balls
It's already been a rough season for Major League umpires. Now comes a suspected case of a batter walking on three called balls instead of four in Saturday night's 3-2 Yankees win over the Royals. Lorenzo Cain was awarded first base on the seventh pitch of his at-bat in the Royals' fifth inning against Yankees left-hander Andy Pettitte.
5/11/2013 | Granderson looks strong in latest rehab start
Following a home run on Friday night for the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders, Curtis Granderson spoke about how results were not the important part of his rehab assignment. While that may be true, he continued to get good results on Saturday night as he drove in a run and recorded two hits.
5/11/2013 | Heyward resumes rehab after precautionary scratch
Soreness subsided, Jason Heyward was back in the lineup for the Triple-A Gwinnett Braves on Saturday night for his second rehab start.
5/11/2013 | Marlins face decisions when Mathis returns
Barring any setbacks during his injury rehab assignment, catcher Jeff Mathis is expected to be reinstated by Tuesday, when the Marlins open a three-game series with the Reds in Miami.
5/11/2013 | LoMo close to playing the field
Stage two of Logan Morrison's injury-rehabilitation process is expected to begin next week with a shift from designated hitter to first base during games at Marlins extended spring training.
5/11/2013 | Coghlan taking an aggressive approach
Coming off the Miami Marlins bench, Chris Coghlan is taking a more aggressive approach at the plate, a complete reversal to the mindset he used as a regular outfielder.
5/11/2013 | Big inning, big save lift Yu, Rangers in Houston
Yu Darvish, in his first start against the Astros since coming within one out of a perfect game on April 2, allowed just three hits in seven innings, and the Rangers backed him with a six-run sixth inning in Saturday night's 8-7 win in Houston.
5/11/2013 | Tribe holds on to even series behind sharp Ubaldo
The Indians held on for a 7-6 win at Comerica Park after their lineup made Tigers ace Justin Verlander look quite human, while Tribe starter Ubaldo Jimenez delivered a sharp six-inning start.
5/11/2013 | Kemp, Pierre visit Compton Urban Youth Academy
Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp and Marlins outfielder Juan Pierre took time before their club's played the second of a three-game series at Dodger Stadium on Saturday to visit a group of young baseball and softball players, sharing knowledge of the game and answering questions about life outside of baseball.
5/11/2013 | Cespedes striking out more than usual lately
Since Yoenis Cespedes' name draws more attention than any of his A's teammates, so do his strikeouts.
5/11/2013 | Young on track to return from DL on Wednesday
Rehabbing A's outfielder Chris Young is scheduled to get some at-bats in Arizona beginning Monday, putting him on track to return from the disabled list when eligible on Wednesday.
5/11/2013 | Mariano touched by meeting with Royals fans
Mariano Rivera was focused on each word spoken by an audience gathered in a private area of Kauffman Stadium on Saturday, listening to their trials and tribulations while outwardly maintaining his usual calm, composed demeanor.
5/11/2013 | Elbert perfect in first rehab appearance
Scott Elbert tossed a perfect inning in his first rehab appearance Friday with Class A Rancho Cucamonga, the Dodgers left-hander's first game action since a pair of elbow operations.
5/11/2013 | MLB set to help celebrate Mother's Day, fight cancer
All day Sunday, somebody's mother represents everybody's mother at every single game, with special Honorary Bat Girls hitting the field while players pick up the now familiar pink bats and swing for the fences to help in the fight against breast cancer.
5/11/2013 | Injured Pryor continues to make progress
Mariners reliever Stephen Pryor played short catch from 45 feet on Saturday for the third time this week as he begins returning from a torn right latissimus dorsi muscle behind his right shoulder.
5/11/2013 | Phillies option Cloyd, call up De Fratus for bullpen
In a swap of right-handers, Tyler Cloyd was sent back to Triple-A Lehigh Valley and replaced by Justin De Fratus, who will work out of the bullpen Saturday in the third meeting of the four-game series
5/11/2013 | Smoak piling up two-baggers at Safeco Field
Justin Smoak has hit doubles in his last four games at Safeco Field going into Saturday's game with the A's. The only previous Mariners to double in four straight games at Safeco were Ichiro Suzuki in 2002 and Michael Morse in '06.
5/11/2013 | Ibanez benefits from getting limited at-bats
For Raul Ibanez, it seems like less has been more when it comes to having success at the plate this season.
5/11/2013 | Rays answer Padres' comeback with walk-off
Evan Longoria drilled a walk-off, two-run homer to left-center field in the bottom of the ninth as Tampa Bay came back to beat San Diego, 8-7.
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