4/27/2013 | Santana's seven shutout innings lead Royals
Ervin Santana shut out the Cleveland Indians for seven innings as the Royals fashioned a 3-2 victory on Saturday night at Kauffman Stadium. The win was the fourth in the last five games for the first-place Royals.
4/27/2013 | A View from Studio 3: O's Davis flying high
After enduring his share of struggles as a young slugger with the Rangers, Chris Davis' career is taking off in Baltimore.
4/27/2013 | Motte makes progress; decision on surgery delayed
Jason Motte had until the middle of next week to prove to the Cardinals that he was making enough progress to warrant delaying a decision about Tommy John surgery. By picking up a baseball and playing catch Saturday morning, he has.
4/27/2013 | Pirates' Sanchez suspended for hitting Craig
A day after Jonathan Sanchez was ejected 17 pitches into his start against the Cardinals, Major League Baseball handed him a six-game suspension for what was deemed an intentional attempt to hit Cardinals first baseman Allen Craig.
4/27/2013 | Freese gets day off to clear his head
Manager Mike Matheny chose to keep David Freese out of the lineup on Saturday to give the third baseman a chance to mentally refresh after a frustrating day at the plate in Friday's series opener.
4/27/2013 | Mechanics key as Romero begins comeback
Blue Jays left-hander Ricky Romero made his Minor League season debut on Saturday night for Class A Advanced Dunedin, and it was a success. The left-hander held the Brevard County Manatees to one run on five hits in seven innings, striking out four without issuing a walk. Romero recorded 15 groundouts against zero flyouts.
4/27/2013 | JJ's MRI exam reveals no damage
Blue Jays right-hander Josh Johnson got the news he was looking for on Saturday afternoon, as the results from his recent MRI exam came back clean.
4/27/2013 | Elite series: Minor, Fister square off in finale
Atlanta left-hander Mike Minor and Detroit's Doug Fister square off in the finale of a three-game series on Sunday night at Comerica Park, with the Braves looking to avoid a sweep.
4/27/2013 | Dodgers place Fife on DL, recall Magill
Six days after he was called up to replace an injured Chad Billingsley, righty Stephen Fife was placed on the 15-day DL on Saturday with right shoulder bursitis.
4/27/2013 | Though depleted, Yanks get Youkilis back
Though the Yankees sent two more players to the disabled list on Saturday, they managed to avoid sending a third there, as Kevin Youkilis returned to the starting lineup for the first time in a week.
4/27/2013 | Gonzalez, O's eye series sweep in Oakland
The streaking O's look for a series sweep in Oakland Sunday, sending Miguel Gonzalez to the hill to face the A's Bartolo Colon, who is 3-0 with a 2.42 ERA this season.
4/27/2013 | Porcello gets redemption as Tigers roll behind homers
Rick Porcello's 6 1/3 quality innings and two-run home runs from Jhonny Peralta and Omar Infante led to a 7-4 win for the Tigers on Saturday, giving them a chance to sweep the Braves.
4/27/2013 | Markakis, Jones, McLouth power O's past A's
Nick Markakis and Adam Jones hit back-to-back home runs in the fourth inning and Nate McLouth added another in the eighth as the Orioles beat the Athletics, 7-3, Saturday for their first series win in Oakland in nearly six years.
4/27/2013 | In second outing, Bard struggles with mechanics
The most important aspects of pitching successfully, Daniel Bard says, is being able to attack hitters while staying in line with home plate.
4/27/2013 | Patched-up Yankees a fun group to watch
Despite numerous injuries to star players, the Yankees have managed to more than hold their own thanks to a group of veteran fill-ins who simply know how to get the job done.
4/27/2013 | Zimmerman, Ramos to return from DL soon
Third baseman Ryan Zimmerman and catcher Wilson Ramos hope to be activated by the Nationals sometime next week.
4/27/2013 | Detwiler, Nats go for sweep against Reds, Cingrani
The fourth game of the series is a battle of consistent left-handed pitchers, as the Nats' Ross Detwiler takes on the Reds' rookie Tony Cingrani on Sunday afternoon.
4/27/2013 | Return of Ruiz eagerly anticipated by Phillies
The Phillies will get Carlos Ruiz back on Sunday, when he is eligible to return from a 25-game suspension for testing positive for an amphetamine, and it will line up perfectly for the veteran backstop to catch Philadelphia's three aces.
4/27/2013 | Nova to DL with triceps strain; Nuno promoted
The good news for Ivan Nova is that the injury that forced him to leave Friday's start early turned out not to be an elbow issue, as originally feared. The bad news is that he was placed on the 15-day disabled list due to inflammation in his right triceps. Righty David Phelps will slide into the starting rotation during Nova's absence, while Vidal Nuno will take Nova's place on the roster.
4/27/2013 | Haren, Harper lead Nats to third consecutive victory
Dan Haren threw six strong innings and added an RBI single to help his own cause in the Nationals' 6-3 win over the Reds on Saturday afternoon. Bryce Harper went 2-for-3 with a walk and a two-run homer.
4/27/2013 | In reunion with Ruiz, Hamels draws Mets
Cole Hamels has put together much better results in his last three outings, and he'll be looking to get in the win column Sunday against Jon Niese -- whose last start ended prematurely when he was struck in the leg by a comebacker -- and the Mets at Citi Field.
4/27/2013 | Phils flex in fifth as Pettibone wins with ease
Domonic Brown and John Mayberry hit back-to-back homers on consecutive pitches from Mets reliever Robert Carson, breaking the game open as the Phillies earned a 9-4 victory on Saturday to give rookie Jonathan Pettibone his first career win.
4/27/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: April 27
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
4/27/2013 | MLB.TV offers exciting action on Free Preview Sunday
Catch all the action in Major League Baseball on Sunday with a free preview of MLB.TV.
4/27/2013 | MLB full of gamechangers in leadoff spot
Spencer: Speed chills. It causes as much anxiety on a baseball field as rush-hour traffic or sirens. The game changes the instant a guy who can fly gets on base -- and even before that.
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