4/20/2013 | Gomez gets day off amid hot streak
Brewers manager Ron Roenicke opted to rest one of his hottest hitters on Saturday, a move he hopes will help center fielder Carlos Gomez stay hot through the summer.
4/20/2013 | Bochy looks to increase Posey's time at catcher
Giants manager Bruce Bochy hopes that Buster Posey, who caught in 114 games (111 starts) last year, can increase his catching workload this season.
4/20/2013 | Giants counting on Affeldt returning April 30
Giants left-hander Jeremy Affeldt should be able to rejoin the active roster when he's eligible to leave the disabled list on April 30, manager Bruce Bochy said Saturday.
4/20/2013 | Myers to get arm checked out in Cleveland
Indians manager Terry Francona said that right-hander Brett Myers will go back to Cleveland on Sunday for evaluation after Myers complained of tendinitis in his right forearm after Friday night's game.
4/20/2013 | Anderson's next start in question after ankle sprain
Brett Anderson is still scheduled to pitch Wednesday afternoon in Boston, but A's manager Bob Melvin admitted Saturday that his injury-plagued left-hander might not be able to make his next start.
4/20/2013 | Cespedes making progress, may take BP next week
Yoenis Cespedes, who is eligible to come off the disabled list on April 28, swung a bat Saturday for the first time since he injured his left hand a week ago, and if he continues to progress, he could take batting practice next week when the A's are in Boston.
4/20/2013 | Robinson gets start in leadoff spot Saturday
Cardinals manager Mike Matheny has repeatedly said he will look for opportunities to use his bench players, and Shane Robinson led off and got the start in center field against the Phillies.
4/20/2013 | Adams may get second start before friends, family
Matt Adams got to start before family and friends from Slippery Rock University in Monday's game in Pittsburgh. Since manager Mike Matheny wants Adams to start twice a week, the first baseman may get another chance to play in his home state of Pennsylvania against the Phillies.
4/20/2013 | Segura's bizarre baserunning play still under debate
Chalk it up to the beauty of baseball. They were still debating the strange baserunning play from the night before at Miller Park on Saturday afternoon.
4/20/2013 | Mills has fond memories of time in Houston
Indians third-base coach Brad Mills arrived at Minute Maid Park early Friday, taking a walk down memory lane, visiting with old friends.
4/20/2013 | Lynn wins third behind big inning; Beltran homers
Lance Lynn was nearly unhittable in seven innings, allowing just a double and no runs in the Cardinals' 5-0 win over the Phillies on Saturday. Carlos Beltran hit his third homer in as many days.
4/20/2013 | Noesi hopes solid outing is start of something
Hector Noesi had some well-documented struggles as a starter last year for the Mariners, but the 26-year-old right-hander has pitched well in limited bullpen duties and he came through in that role again Friday in his season debut.
4/20/2013 | Gutierrez returns to Mariners lineup
After starting just two of the previous seven games due to soreness in his legs, center fielder Franklin Gutierrez was back in the Mariners lineup for Saturday night's game with the Rangers.
4/20/2013 | Mariners recent issue a striking one
There should be an asterisk next to this one, given that they just faced last year's top three strikeout pitchers in the American League. But Mariners hitters are on a record pace for strikeouts after 18 games and were set down at an historic rate over the three previous games heading into Saturday's contest with the Rangers.
4/20/2013 | Andrus stays positive despite results
Shortstop Elvis Andrus went into Saturday's game against the Mariners with just two hits in his last 18 at-bats. That dropped his batting average from .244 to .206 after the first three weeks of the season.
4/20/2013 | Harrison's back woes started in spring
The Rangers still had two weeks to go before the end of Spring Training and pitcher Matt Harrison knew something wasn't right. It wasn't his back as much as the pain shooting down his left leg.
4/20/2013 | Prospects Mattews, Cone out for season
The Rangers have lost their top two picks from the 2011 First-Year Player Draft, Kevin Matthews and Zack Cone, for the season.
4/20/2013 | Altuve swinging a hot bat for the Astros
All-Star second baseman Jose Altuve is off to another good start at the plate, entering Saturday hitting .358 with one homer and eight RBIs and riding a five-game hitting streak.
4/20/2013 | Aramis targeting next homestand for return
Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez will play it safe, but he is targeting the Brewers' next homestand for his return from a left knee sprain.
4/20/2013 | Recovering LeBoeuf makes visit to Miller Park
Brewers Minor League coach Al LeBoeuf, still recovering from a rare neurological disorder caused by cancer in his hip, visited Miller Park this weekend and reiterated his plan to get back to coaching before the end of the season.
4/20/2013 | Hot-hitting Johnson could play full-time at third
Chris Johnson's success has put him in position to serve as the Braves regular third baseman when first baseman Freddie Freeman makes his expected return to Atlanta's lineup on Monday.
4/20/2013 | Avilan shows enough progress to avoid disabled list
While throwing his bullpen session at PNC Park on Saturday afternoon, Luis Avilan provided enough encouragement to believe he will not need to be placed on the disabled list.
4/20/2013 | Blackley eager to see action after being activated
Getting placed on the disabled list before he even had a chance to throw one pitch with the Astros, left-hander Travis Blackley was eager to get back on the mound in a Major League game after he was activated on Saturday.
4/20/2013 | Longoria racking up homers after series of singles
Evan Longoria waited until April 15 to hit his first home run of the year, but he hasn't held back much since then. After Friday night's monster two-run shot to left field, Longoria has homered in four of the Rays' past five games.
4/20/2013 | Rays starters focus on quality and quantity of innings
The Rays' greatest concern heading into the season was their starters' ability to make up for the innings lost in the offseason trade that sent James Shields to the Royals. So far, so good. The only thing that's off track, it would seem, is the quality of those innings.
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