4/21/2013 | Holliday given night off to insert Adams in lineup
Matt Holliday was out of the lineup Sunday night so that Matt Adams, hitting .524 with three home runs and eight RBIs, could get his second start of the week.
4/21/2013 | Blanks gets stitches, but OK after wall crash
Left fielder Kyle Blanks left Sunday's 5-0 loss to the Giants in the sixth inning after he made a running catch of a Joaquin Arias fly ball that resulted in him running headlong into the left-field wall at AT&T Park.
4/21/2013 | Brewers look to extend win streak in San Diego
Kyle Lohse will try to earn his first win of the season and the Brewers' eighth win in a row when he faces off against Jason Marquis and the Padres on Monday night.
4/21/2013 | MLB, MLBPA join Sox for One Fund donation
The Red Sox, Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association are joining together to donate $646,500 to The One Fund Boston, a non-profit organization established by Boston's mayor and Massachusetts' governor in an effort to aid those burdened by the attacks in the city over the past week.
4/21/2013 | Struggling Hamilton confident results will come
Twice on Sunday -- with a man on third and two outs in the seventh, and with none on and two outs in the 12th -- Tigers manager Jim Leyland opted to walk Albert Pujols and pitch to Josh Hamilton.
4/21/2013 | Walk in 10th gives KC rare twin-bill sweep of Sox
Alex Gordon belted one of the Royals' three home runs and finished a triple shy of the cycle, but Lorenzo Cain walked with the bases loaded in the 10th to give the Royals a 5-4 win in Sunday's nightcap of a twin bill at Fenway Park.
4/21/2013 | Trumbo's walk-off HR in 13th caps sweep of Tigers
Mark Trumbo homered over the left-field wall in the 13th inning Sunday to give the Angels their second walk-off win of 2013, a 4-3 victory over the Tigers at Angel Stadium.
4/21/2013 | Freeman looking at Monday return to Braves
As long as Freddie Freeman exits his final Minor League rehab game on Sunday without any problems, he will be activated in time to move back into the cleanup spot for the Braves in Monday night's series opener against the Rockies at Coors Field.
4/21/2013 | Braves, Rockies ready to do battle at Coors
Two of the teams off to the hottest starts in baseball will meet Monday in Colorado as the surprising Rockies host the Braves, who have begun to cool off following a 12-1 start. Lefties Jeff Francis and Mike Minor will match up.
4/21/2013 | Burnett, Bucs have momentum for opener in Philly
Pittsburgh will look to carry the momentum in its opener with the Phillies on Monday. A.J. Burnett will match up with Jonathan Pettibone, who will be making his Major League debut.
4/21/2013 | Barmes, brilliant bullpen lead Bucs by Braves
The Bucs beat Atlanta, 4-2, on Sunday, with No. 8 hitter Clint Barmes driving in two runs and the bullpen going six scoreless innings in relief of Jonathan Sanchez.
4/21/2013 | O's, Blue Jays meet, look to move up in AL East
J.A. Happ will get the start on Monday when the Blue Jays meet the Orioles at Camden Yards. Chris Tillman will get the call for Baltimore in the opener of a three-game set.
4/21/2013 | Cardinals, Nationals square off in NLDS rematch
With both teams intent on returning to the postseason this year, the Cardinals and Nationals will meet Monday night for the first time since last year's dramatic playoff series when they kick off a three-game set at Nationals Park. Shelby Miller gets the call for St. Louis, while Washington counters with Dan Haren.
4/21/2013 | Phils call on Pettibone for MLB debut Monday
Needing a rotation replacement for left-hander John Lannan, who is on the disabled list with a strained left knee, the Phillies turned to right-hander Jonathan Pettibone.
4/21/2013 | Tribe holds on after slamming four home runs
Cleveland's Mark Reynolds ripped his seventh home run of the season to lift the Indians to a 5-4 victory over Houston on Sunday afternoon at Minute Maid Park.
4/21/2013 | Moore, CC on a roll as Rays, Yanks meet in St. Pete
Coming off a home sweep of the A's, the Rays turn to red-hot Matt Moore in a southpaw showdown against Yankees ace CC Sabathia on Monday at Tropicana Field. Moore is 3-0 with a 1.00 ERA, while Sabathia has posted a 1.57 ERA in winning his past three starts.
4/21/2013 | Alonso reluctantly gets break from lineup
Yonder Alonso wasn't in the Padres' starting lineup Sunday against the Giants, who started a left-handed pitcher -- Barry Zito -- as the right-handed-hitting Jesus Guzman got the start at first base.
4/21/2013 | Belt sits in favor of getting Arias playing time
Brandon Belt didn't start Sunday, but he wasn't benched. That is what Bruce Bochy wanted to make clear in explaining why the first baseman wasn't starting for the first time since missing two games of the opening series because of a stomach illness.
4/21/2013 | Chacin placed on DL with back strain
Manager Walt Weiss said the Rockies have not decided who will start Wednesday in place of Jhoulys Chacin, who was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a back strain and is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Monday.
4/21/2013 | Sandoval back in lineup after hurting ankle
Pablo Sandoval is OK. He was removed after fouling a pitch off his right ankle in the seventh inning against the Padres on Saturday. But Sandoval was in the lineup Sunday.
4/21/2013 | Grimm, home run parade settle Rangers' sweep
Justin Grimm struck out nine batters and Nelson Cruz hit a grand slam, one of four homers in the Rangers' 11-3 victory to pick up the sweep on Sunday. Leonys Martin hit his first career home run.
4/21/2013 | D-backs being cautious with Gregorius
Shortstop Didi Gregorius is off to a great start with the D-backs, going 4-for-8 in his first two games since starting the season on the disabled list, and hitting a home run on the first pitch he saw in a D-backs' uniform.
4/21/2013 | Felix makes another bid for history vs. Astros
Felix Hernandez starts for the Mariners against the Astros on Monday, making another bid for his 100th career win. He will be opposed on the mound by the Astros' Brad Peacock.
4/21/2013 | Dominant Zito leads Giants to sweep
Following a brutal start, Barry Zito returned to his scoreless self Sunday, tossing seven shutout innings en route to the Giants' 5-0 win against the Padres.
4/21/2013 | Hot-hitting Reds to face former Cincy hurler Wood
The Reds are playing their best baseball of the season heading into a three-game series at home against the Cubs that begins Monday. Cincinnati has won six of seven games to open a nine-game homestand. The Reds lead the National League Central with 106 runs in 19 games, and have done so without a single home run from outfielder Jay Bruce.
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