4/17/2013 | Tex cleared to swing, hopes to return in May
Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira has been cleared to resume swinging a bat, the first step of what promises to be a deliberate process in rejoining the big league lineup.
4/17/2013 | Soler expected back in Class A lineup Thursday
Cubs prospect Jorge Soler will be back in the starting lineup Thursday for Class A Daytona, Cubs farm director Brandon Hyde told the Daytona Beach News-Journal.
4/17/2013 | Finger laceration forces Bourn to disabled list
It was only a matter of time before the Indians placed injured center fielder Michael Bourn on the disabled list, and the Tribe made the move official prior to Wednesday's game against the Red Sox.
4/17/2013 | Despite struggles, Tribe not giving up on Jimenez
All of the Indians players were given a clean slate when Terry Francona took the job as manager over the offseason. That includes starter Ubaldo Jimenez, who struggled mightily last season and has gotten off to a rough start this year.
4/17/2013 | Kendrick continues quality run for Phils starters
Kyle Kendrick extended a streak of seven consecutive quality starts for the Phillies on Tuesday at Great American Ball Park.
4/17/2013 | Cubs-Rangers game at Wrigley postponed by rain
Wednesday night's Cubs game against the Rangers at Wrigley Field was postponed at about 5 p.m. CT because of the "forecast of rain throughout the remainder of the evening."
4/17/2013 | Outfielder Danks gives Ventura options off bench
The White Sox recalled outfielder Jordan Danks from Triple-A Charlotte following Tuesday's 4-3 win over the Blue Jays and he provides the White Sox with another option off the bench.
4/17/2013 | Bautista sidelined with lingering back spasms
Jose Bautista's name was still missing from the Blue Jays' lineup card on Wednesday against the Chicago White Sox, as the right fielder missed his sixth game of the season due to lingering back spasms.
4/17/2013 | Brewers close to Minor League deal with K-Rod
The Brewers are closing in on a Minor League deal with right-handed reliever Francisco Rodriguez, who was at Maryvale Baseball Park in Phoenix on Wednesday morning for a physical.
4/17/2013 | Quintana gets first win as White Sox blank Jays
Left-hander Jose Quintana fired 6 2/3 scoreless innings with seven strikeouts, while Tyler Flowers and Alex Rios belted homers to help the White Sox secure a 7-0 win over the Blue Jays on Wednesday night at Rogers Centre.
4/17/2013 | Snow go: Wednesday's Mets-Rockies game postponed
Wednesday's game between the Mets and Rockies has been postponed due to snow. Makeup details have yet to be announced. The Mets have seen three of their last five games postponed due to wintry conditions.
4/17/2013 | Reds to call up Cingrani for Thursday start vs. Miami
The Reds on Wednesday made official the expected news that left-handed pitcher Tony Cingrani will be called up from Triple-A Louisville to start on Thursday vs. the Marlins in injured ace Johnny Cueto's rotation spot.
4/17/2013 | Worth the wait: Reds walk off in ninth inning
Resuming Tuesday's scoreless game that was suspended by rain after 8 1/2 innings, the Reds wasted little time Wednesday in claiming a 1-0 win over the Phillies on Jay Bruce's bases-loaded single to right field in the bottom of the ninth at Great American Ball Park.
4/17/2013 | Hall, D-backs relievers clean up at Fan Cave
D-backs president Derrick Hall took a bubble bath with relievers Heath Bell and Matt Reynolds Wednesday morning in Manhattan.
4/17/2013 | Six-run first lifts A's to second sweep of Astros
Sadly for the A's, they have to wave goodbye to the Houston Astros until late May. They've played the newcomers to the American League West six times this season and are a perfect 6-0 following Wednesday's 7-5 victory in front of 15,488 fans at the O.co Coliseum.
4/17/2013 | Burnett flirts with history in shutting down Cards
A.J. Burnett retired the first 16 Cardinals he faced and carried a no-hitter for 6 2/3 innings, notching his 2,000th career K along the way in the Pirates' 5-0 win.
4/17/2013 | Matheny hoping bunting work pays off
Disappointed with the overall bunt execution by his club in 2012, Mike Matheny entered Spring Training with the directive that all players would increase their bunting work. More repetitions were integrated into the workout schedule, as were competitions. Now the Cardinals are being watched.
4/17/2013 | Staub among 2013 inductees to Irish Hall
The Irish American Baseball Hall of Fame announced five new inductees Wednesday, including former big leaguers Rusty Staub and Joe McEwing as well as longtime Dodgers owner Peter O'Malley.
4/17/2013 | Healing on Royals' mind with trip to Fenway next
Royals manager Ned Yost actually has an idea of the range of emotion that will be felt in Fenway and all around Boston this weekend, as he was on the Braves' coaching staff when Atlanta was the New York Mets' first opponent following 9/11.
4/17/2013 | J-Up's homer pace earns place in Braves' lore
With his eighth-inning home run in Tuesday night's win over the Royals, Justin Upton became the first player in Braves history to hit eight home runs through the team's first 13 games of a season.
4/17/2013 | Bats cooled in duel, Braves' streak snapped
The Braves bid adieu to their 10-game winning streak with Wednesday afternoon's 1-0 loss to the Royals at Turner Field.
4/17/2013 | Davis' gem helps KC end Braves' streak at 10
Wade Davis threw seven scoreless innings, with a throw to the plate by Chris Getz keeping his pristine effort intact as Kansas City earned a two-game split with Atlanta, beating the Braves, 1-0, on Wednesday at Turner Field.
4/17/2013 | Harper, still under weather, tallies four hits
The Nationals returned one ailing hitter to their starting lineup Wednesday night, and make no mistake about it: Bryce Harper was still sick.
4/17/2013 | Stanton set to return Thursday in Cincinnati
All-Star Giancarlo Stanton is set to return to the lineup on Thursday when the Marlins open a four-game series against the Reds at Great American Ball Park.
4/17/2013 | MLB Notebook: Dynamic duo powering Tigers
With Miguel Cabrera's big night Tuesday, he joined Prince Fielder as the first Tigers duo to have multiple four-RBI games this early in a season.
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