5/8/2013 | Solid in return, Peavy gets plenty from bats
Jake Peavy returned to the mound with a stellar performance in Wednesday's 6-3 victory over the Mets at Citi Field, where Alejandro De Aza sparked the White Sox offense.
5/8/2013 | O's power, speed best KC for fourth straight win
J.J. Hardy hit a two-run homer in the second and starter Chris Tillman threw six solid innings to help the Orioles roll to their fourth straight win -- 5-3 over the Royals on Wednesday at Camden Yards.
5/8/2013 | Bucs deriving strength from their schedule
Though the Pirates have started strong and faded late each of the past two seasons, it bodes well for this year's campaign that they did well during a stretch of 28 consecutive games against 2012 contenders.
5/8/2013 | Nova hopes to return to Yankees next week
Ivan Nova felt good after throwing four-plus innings during an extended spring game Wednesday and hopes to be able back for the Yankees' doubleheader vs. the Indians on Monday.
5/8/2013 | Cautious Giants rest Pagan with groin strain
The Giants received what manager Bruce Bochy termed as good news about center fielder Angel Pagan, who was out of Wednesday's lineup with a mild strain of his right groin. The injury, officially diagnosed as a strained adductor muscle, was discovered Wednesday morning when Pagan underwent an MRI.
5/8/2013 | Two homers turn deficit into win for Indians
The Indians became overwhelming supporters of instant replay on Wednesday night. A controversial ruling in the ninth inning went their way, and there was not a single person inside the clubhouse arguing the umpires' decision following the 4-3 win over the A's.
5/8/2013 | Barton brings superb glove to the bigs
To replace injured outfielder Josh Reddick, the A's on Wednesday called up Daric Barton, who brings with him a positive outlook and excellent defensive skills.
5/8/2013 | Richard getting work in while on disabled list
Left-hander Clayton Richard, who is on the disabled list with an intestinal virus, threw a long-toss session before Wednesday's game against the Marlins and then threw in the bullpen.
5/8/2013 | Maybin still week to 10 days away from hitting
Cameron Maybin, who suffered an impingement to his right wrist last month, hasn't ruled out having surgery on the wrist, which has troubled him the last two seasons.
5/8/2013 | Doc set for surgery, hopeful for 2013 return
Phillies starter Roy Halladay will undergo surgery to repair a partially torn rotator cuff, frayed labrum and bone spurs in his right shoulder, but he is optimistic he can return to the mound this season.
5/8/2013 | Giants recover from Phillies' rally, win in 10th
The Giants squandered a two-run, ninth-inning lead Wednesday but rebounded in the 10th inning on Andres Torres' two-out RBI single to outlast the Philadelphia Phillies, 4-3.
5/8/2013 | Key DPs, timely hits cap Cards' winning trip
Capitalizing against a Cubs bullpen that has been nearly as unsettled as their own this season, the Cardinals escaped with a split of the brief two-game series on Wednesday. The victory capped a 5-1 road trip that was highlighted, in particular, by the emergence of a rookie pitcher and the return of an offensive catalyst.
5/8/2013 | Uggla's homers, late slam erase Minor damage
The Braves brought their power stroke to Great American Ball Park on Wednesday, getting two home runs from Dan Uggla and a grand slam from Juan Francisco to beat the Reds, 7-2, and win the rubber match of a three-game series.
5/8/2013 | Werth remains out of lineup due to hamstring
Nationals manager Davey Johnson was hoping right fielder Jayson Werth would be back in the lineup on Wednesday, but Werth wasn't able to play because of right hamstring tightness.
5/8/2013 | Interleague schedule works in V-Mart's favor
The good news for Victor Martinez is that the new schedule of Interleague Play -- with series against National League teams scattered throughout the season rather than one long June stretch -- means he doesn't have to worry about being sidelined for long without the designated hitter.
5/8/2013 | Former Tigers skipper Anderson's wife dies at 79
Carol Anderson, widow of former Tigers manager and Hall of Famer Sparky Anderson, passed away Tuesday evening from natural causes. She was 79.
5/8/2013 | Zimmermann tops Tigers, first in NL to six wins
Right-hander Jordan Zimmermann showed once again why he has been the Nationals' best pitcher, leading his club to a 3-1 win over the Tigers at Nationals Park on Wednesday night.
5/8/2013 | Cubs hand ninth-inning job to Gregg
The Cubs are no longer going with a closer by committee. The third man to fill the role, Kevin Gregg has won the job after starting 5-for-5 in save opportunities.
5/8/2013 | Cueto set to start rehab assignment Thursday
Reds ace Johnny Cueto will begin a rehab assignment Thursday with Class A Dayton, pitching a home game against Lansing. Cueto threw 25 pitches in the bullpen on Monday and felt no ill-effects in his oblique area.
5/8/2013 | Arenado got the message from the Rockies
After being named the top player in the AFL in 2011, Nolan Arenado expected a callup last year. When it didn't happen, he didn't sulk for long.
5/8/2013 | Honorary Bat Girls for Mother's Day revealed
Major League Baseball on Wednesday announced the 30 winners of the 2013 Honorary Bat Girl Contest, which recognizes baseball fans who have been affected by breast cancer and demonstrate a commitment to eradicating the disease.
5/8/2013 | Ackley finds consistency at plate
Dustin Ackley has been heating up over the past two weeks, and his batting average has climbed from .145 in mid-April to .239 after Wednesday's action.
5/8/2013 | Heyward slated to begin rehab with Triple-A
The Braves will fly to San Francisco for a four-game series with the Giants after Wednesday's series finale against the Reds. Jason Heyward, meanwhile, will fly to Atlanta.
5/8/2013 | Felix, Mariners take battery-charged victory
A seventh-inning Jesus Montero homer was the difference as Felix Hernandez won a pitchers' duel in the Mariners' 2-1 victory over the Pirates on Wednesday. Hernandez struck out five in eight innings.
5/8/2013 | Happ released from hospital after liner to head
Blue Jays left-hander J.A. Happ was released from a hospital Wednesday after sustaining a head contusion and a laceration to his left ear when he was struck by a line drive during Tuesday night's game against the Rays.
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