4/24/2013 | Andino replacing Ryan as starting shortstop
Brendan Ryan is regarded as one of the premier defensive shortstops in baseball, but his continued lack of offensive production led Mariners manager Eric Wedge to go with Robert Andino.
4/24/2013 | Blue Jays win in 11th after Davis' clutch throw
Maicer Izturis drew a four-pitch walk with the bases loaded in the top of the 11th inning as the Blue Jays narrowly came out on top with a 6-5 victory over the Orioles on Wednesday afternoon at Camden Yards.
4/24/2013 | Pain causing Dickey to alter release point
Blue Jays knuckleballer R.A. Dickey's upper-back and neck injury hasn't been enough to force him to miss a start, but it is making things more challenging on the mound.
4/24/2013 | Several overlooked players worthy of being on ballot
If All-Star balloting has arrived, it means that arguments about All-Star balloting will be starting, oh, any second now. That's half the fun of the All-Star Game, after all.
4/24/2013 | A View from Studio 3: It's time to align by geography
As the American League and National League become nearly indistinguishable, MLB should change division alignments to ones similar to those in the NHL and NBA that are based purely on geography.
4/24/2013 | Garza to be re-evaluated with sore right arm
The Cubs will re-examine pitcher Matt Garza on Wednesday to determine the next step for the right-hander, who was scratched from his scheduled rehab outing because of soreness in his right arm.
4/24/2013 | Indians activate Marson from DL, option Gomes
The Indians on Wednesday activated catcher Lou Marson from the 15-day disabled list and optioned fellow catcher Yan Gomes to Triple-A Columbus.
4/24/2013 | Wright, Mets unveil All-Star Week activities
David Wright on Wednesday joined New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg and former Mets favorites in kicking off this year's All-Star Game festivities at City Hall, with less than three months to go before the Midsummer Classic at Citi Field.
4/24/2013 | Secret weapon: Unheralded LeCure all business
One of the Reds' radio broadcasters has called Samuel R. LeCure "one of the best relief pitchers you've never heard of." LeCure may be modest about it, but he is pretty darn good at what he does.
4/24/2013 | Rollins says Phillies' run far from done
Every time Jimmy Rollins watches the San Antonio Spurs, he sees his Philadelphia Phillies. That's splendid news for the Phillie Phanitc, along with other Phillie Phollowers around and beyond the Liberty Bell.
4/24/2013 | Frazier's resounding homer rewards Latos in shutout
A booming Todd Frazier home run in the bottom of the sixth inning was all that Mat Latos and the Reds needed to get a 1-0 win over the Cubs on Wednesday afternoon.
4/24/2013 | Tigers wise to bring back Valverde as closer
Although Jose Valverde struggled enormously in his final three playoff appearances last season, his return to Detroit should add much-needed stability to the Tigers' bullpen.
4/24/2013 | MLB Notebook: Uptons follow rare brother act
B.J. and Justin Upton on Tuesday became the first brothers to hit back-to-back homers since Pirates Hall of Famers Paul and Lloyd Waner in 1938.
4/24/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: April 24
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
4/24/2013 | Stars to the stars: Players reveal fandom for peers
It's not unusual to see a signed jersey from an opposing team's player hanging in a locker, or a clubhouse attendant handing him an autographed baseball from across the field. When the game starts, they compete fiercely. But many baseball players are also baseball fans with a really cool job.
4/24/2013 | Kendrick provides reminder of Angels' depth
Though the Angels boast plenty of star power, actual power has been in short supply this season, so they've needed lesser-known sources to emerge, like Howie Kendrick, who hit two homers Tuesday and drove in seven runs in two days against the AL West-rival Rangers.
4/24/2013 | Angels walk off on Kendrick's second homer
Howie Kendrick went 3-for-5 with two homers, including a walk-off shot in the 11th inning, to lead the Angels to a 5-4 victory over the Texas Rangers on Tuesday night at Angel Stadium.
4/24/2013 | Scioscia tabs Roth for first big league start
All indications suggested Jerome Williams would get the call on Wednesday against the Rangers, but Angels manager Mike Scioscia called an audible, tabbing Michael Roth to make his first big league start.
4/24/2013 | During these trying times, are Nats trying too hard?
Most everyone believed the Nationals were headed for greatness this season, and that still may happen. But for now, with the Nats under .500, one has to wonder: Are they trying too hard to live up to those expectations?
4/24/2013 | Cards top Strasburg to complete sweep in DC
Carried by strong starting pitching, the Cardinals capped a six-win road trip with a three-game sweep of Washington. Wednesday's 4-2 victory in front of 33,694 fans at Nationals Park featured Jaime Garcia outdueling prized right-hander Stephen Strasburg before handing the lead over to a suddenly stabilized bullpen.
4/24/2013 | Garza scratched from rehab start due to arm soreness
Cubs pitcher Matt Garza was scratched from his Minor League rehab start, scheduled for Wednesday, because of some soreness in his right arm, which general manager Jed Hoyer said was similar to the "dead arm phase" many pitchers go through in Spring Training.
4/24/2013 | Roenicke ejected in fifth inning
Brewers manager Ron Roenicke was ejected from Tuesday night's game in San Diego in the bottom of the fifth inning by home plate umpire Gary Darling.
4/23/2013 | Gallardo leads Brewers to ninth straight win
The Milwaukee Brewers have put on a clinic on how to win ballgames during their current winning streak, which they extended to nine games on Tuesday night with a 6-3 victory over the Padres.
4/23/2013 | Brantly's four RBIs key hit parade as Marlins roll
Rob Brantly had three hits and a career-high four RBIs, and the Marlins defeated the Twins, 8-5, to gain a split on a cold day at Target Field and give Ricky Nolasco his first win of the season.
4/23/2013 | Bard set to re-join Red Sox bullpen Wednesday
Daniel Bard, who was once the top setup man for the Red Sox, will re-join the club in time for Wednesday's contest against the Oakland Athletics, MLB.com has confirmed.
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