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5/10/2013 | MLB Notebook: Cano on an elite career pace
Robinson Cano collected his 1,500th career hit Thursday, becoming the 52nd player to accomplish the feat through his first nine big league seasons.

5/10/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: May 10
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.

5/10/2013 | Dominance on docket for Darvish in second season
"Strikeout stuff" is a day at the office for Yu Darvish. In fact, Darvish is a pitcher for whom the term "no-hit stuff" can be not a reach, but a reality.

5/10/2013 | Kimbrel earns 100th career save
Braves closer Craig Kimbrel turned in a scoreless ninth inning in Thursday night's 6-3 win over the Giants to record career save No. 100, a milestone that proved elusive this week.

5/10/2013 | McCann leads way as Braves top Giants
Brian McCann highlighted a three-hit performance with his first home run of the season and aided the four-run fifth inning that gave Julio Teheran the support he needed in the Braves' 6-3 win over the Giants on Thursday night.

5/10/2013 | The Yips: Difficult to understand, difficult to cure
Experts take extra precaution with how they define "the Yips," fearful of classifying a player as having some deficiency or being a liability. To those observing, it seems like a predicament with a simple solution. To those enduring, there are no answers, only a proliferating number of questions.

5/10/2013 | Family matters to keep Hanson from Friday start
Tommy Hanson continues to deal with family issues and will not make his scheduled start against the White Sox on Friday, Mike Scioscia announced after Thursday's 6-5 win over the Astros. Scioscia did not say who will take Hanson's place, but there aren't many options.

5/10/2013 | Angels' protest of Astros' pitching change rescinded
The Angels' 6-5 victory over the Astros rescinded manager Mike Scioscia's official protest of Thursday night's game at Minute Maid Park, while somewhat downplaying another umpiring controversy one day after the replay dispute in Cleveland.

5/10/2013 | Hurdle makes right call, but gets wrong result
Clint Hurdle, not known as an analytically oriented manager, split from traditional, save-based bullpen management in his team's 3-2 loss to the Mets on Thursday. He brought in setup man Mark Melancon to face the heart of the Mets' order in a tied game in the eighth inning. Then he went to closer Jason Grilli for the ninth with the score still tied.

5/10/2013 | Costas honored with Vin Scully Award
Bob Costas, the most decorated sportscaster in the history of the Emmy Awards, received the Vin Scully Lifetime Achievement Award on Thursday night.

5/10/2013 | Jays' loss to Rays indicative of disappointing '13
The struggling Blue Jays, who had so much hope and anticipation before the season opened, have been baseball's biggest disappointment.

5/10/2013 | Following controversy, Halos rally past Astros
In a wild game that featured a controversial call by crew chief Fieldin Culbreth, an official protest by manager Mike Scioscia, injuries to shortstop Erick Aybar and reliever Scott Downs and plenty of back-and-forth, the Angels avoided a sweep against the last-place Astros with a 6-5 win Thursday night.

5/9/2013 | Granderson calls first rehab game 'exciting'
Prior to Thursday night, Granderson had seen just five pitches, and thus was excited to play his first rehab game. The three-time All-Star, recovering from a broken right forearm, played right field for Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and went 1-for-3.

5/9/2013 | Corbin continues impressive run, improves to 5-0
Patrick Corbin tossed 6 1/3 innings and allowed just one run against the Phillies on Thursday night, becoming the first player in franchise history to open a season with seven straight starts of at least six innings and allowing two runs or less.

5/9/2013 | Florimon day to day after exiting with tight right hamstring
Pedro Florimon left Thursday's game against the Red Sox in the top of the seventh with a tight right hamstring and is listed as day to day.

5/9/2013 | Pain cuts Venters' first mound session short
Braves southpaw Jonny Venters' optimism turned to discouragement on Thursday when he felt left elbow discomfort while throwing off a mound for the first time since receiving a platelet-rich plasma injection on April 2.

5/9/2013 | Aybar, Downs exit early with injuries
Shortstop Erick Aybar and reliever Scott Downs each left Thursday's 6-5 win vs. the Astros with injuries and both are currently day to day.

5/9/2013 | Cloyd called up to fill void in Phillies' rotation
Brought up to replace the esteemed and injured Roy Halladay, right-hander Tyler Cloyd says he won't be any more nervous than usual.

5/9/2013 | Hill, Bloomquist eager to return from DL stints
Aaron Hill (broken hand) hopes to hit off a tee at some point next week and Willie Bloomquist (oblique strain) wants to try swinging in a game scenario next week as well.

5/9/2013 | Homers back Guthrie in win vs. former team
Jeremy Guthrie worked six innings for the victory in Kansas City's 6-2 win over the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday night at Camden Yards.

5/9/2013 | Manuel sets Phillies' record for games managed
When the first pitch was thrown Thursday night at Chase Field, it was the start of the 1,332nd Phillies game for Charlie Manuel, the most of any manager in that franchise's history.

5/9/2013 | MLB's commitment to inclusion unwavering
Major League Baseball is proud of its initiatives in the areas of affirmative action and diversity. It wants to be a mirror of America -- all of America, black and white, male and female. As part of that effort, the MLB Diversity Business Summit, to be held June 18-19 in Houston, will allow job seekers and entrepreneurs to meet teams at both the Major League and Minor League level, as well as an array of sponsorship partners.

5/9/2013 | Casilla out with cyst in right knee
Giants right-hander Santiago Casilla likely will be sidelined for a couple of days to cope with the discomfort caused by a cyst in his right knee, manager Bruce Bochy said Thursday.

5/9/2013 | Porter in favor of having home runs reviewed by replay
Manager Bo Porter likes the idea of using instant replay to get home run calls correct, but he wasn't ready to make any sweeping generalizations following Wednesday's home run controversy in Cleveland.

5/9/2013 | Greinke slated for Class A rehab start on Friday
Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke is expected to begin a rehab assignment when he starts for Class A Advanced Rancho Cucamonga on Friday, less than four weeks after surgery on his fractured left collarbone.


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