4/11/2013 | LA irate after melee in win leaves Greinke hurt
The Dodgers' fury over Zack Greinke's broken left collarbone, ignited by Carlos Quentin charging the mound in the sixth inning Thursday night, overshadowed Juan Uribe's pinch-homer that gave Los Angeles a 3-2 win over the Padres.
4/11/2013 | Rangers squeeze out victory over Felix
Justin Grimm held his own against Felix Hernandez and the Rangers held on late for a 4-3 victory on Thursday night at Safeco Field.
4/11/2013 | Crain not affected by limited spring appearances
Despite missing most of Spring Training with an injury, White Sox reliever Jesse Crain has pitched well during the first weeks of the season.
4/11/2013 | Return in two weeks will be tough for Roberts
Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts (right hamstring strain) is walking without a limp, but manager Buck Showalter said it will be "a challenge" for him to be ready within two weeks.
4/11/2013 | Hanrahan likely out for series finale vs. O's
As much as Red Sox closer Joel Harnahan was eager to get back on the mound to erase the bitter taste of his blown save one night earlier, the righty will likely be rested for Thursday night's game against the Orioles.
4/11/2013 | To spark offense, Trout batting second
In an attempt to get the offense going, Angels manager Mike Scioscia made a rather drastic change for Thursday's series finale against the A's, moving Mike Trout to the No. 2 spot of the batting order.
4/11/2013 | Johnson: Additions make Braves more balanced
Even though the Braves no longer have Nats killers such as Chipper Jones and Martin Prado, Nationals manager Davey Johnson believes Atlanta has a more balanced lineup than it did last year.
4/11/2013 | Rotation letting Blue Jays down in early going
Given the soaring expectations that accompanied the Toronto Blue Jays into the 2013 season, their current 3-6 record qualifies as a surprise, according to Mike Bauman.
4/11/2013 | Beckham to undergo surgery for wrist fracture
What was thought to be simple nerve irritation for White Sox second baseman Gordon Beckham turned out to be a fractured hamate bone in his left wrist, which will require surgery and sideline him for about six weeks.
4/11/2013 | Retiring No. 42 one of baseball's greatest moments
Jackie Robinson breaking our national pastime's rigid color barrier in 1947 is without debate one of MLB's most significant historic events. Celebrating the 50th anniversary of that moment remains a cherished event in our national pastime's timeline.
4/11/2013 | Young takes step forward; rehab stint nearing
Phillies outfielder Delmon Young played a full seven-inning extended spring game in right field Thursday and planned to do so again Friday, setting him up for a rehab assignment that could begin as early as this weekend.
4/11/2013 | Pagan, Panda persevere to back Vogelsong
Angel Pagan and Pablo Sandoval had key RBIs, and Ryan Vogelsong survived a four-run third inning Thursday as the Giants won their fourth consecutive game, a 7-6 decision over the Chicago Cubs.
4/11/2013 | Mariners get Harang in swap with Rockies
The Mariners acquired veteran right-hander Aaron Harang in a trade with the Rockies on Thursday. Colorado got Minor League right-handed pitcher Steven Hensley from Seattle.
4/11/2013 | Cabrera, Fielder lead Tigers' offense in rubber game
By the late innings of the Tigers' chilly, rainy 11-1 win over the Blue Jays at Comerica Park, the only suspense left was whether the weather would allow them to get in nine innings. The lead was insurmountable.
4/11/2013 | Nats sweep White Sox behind Haren's first win
In his second outing of the season, right-hander Dan Haren pitched much better as the Nationals defeated the White Sox, 7-4, at Nationals Park on Thursday night. Ryan Zimmerman and Bryce Harper each had two RBIs.
4/11/2013 | CC's decline in velocity no big surprise or worry
Once one of the hardest-throwing southpaw starters in the big leagues, Yankees ace CC Sabathia now has a fastball that sits mostly in the low 90s. As he approaches his 33rd birthday, the big lefty isn't worried about his velocity, as long as he keeps getting hitters out.
4/11/2013 | For second straight night, Yanks-Tribe a wash
Thursday's game against the Yankees was postponed due to inclement weather, marking the second straight night that the clubs' game was washed away by rain. No makeup date has been announced, but there has been speculation that New York might return to Cleveland for a doubleheader on May 13.
4/11/2013 | Kazmir working his way to bullpen session
On Thursday, Scott Kazmir played long toss up to a distance of 120 feet and did not feel any lingering pain from his rib-cage injury, which flared up while playing catch on April 1. If he feels fine on Friday, he will work through a bullpen session for the first time since being sidelined.
4/11/2013 | Santana quickly recovering from bruised thumb
Carlos Santana continues to progress well after taking a fastball off his left hand on Monday. Santana, whose thumb was bruised after he was crossed up on a pitch from closer Chris Perez, caught a bullpen session and hit in the indoor batting cages on Thursday.
4/11/2013 | Tex could be swinging a bat again soon
First baseman Mark Teixeira will have his right wrist examined on Friday in New York, and he believes he'll receive clearance to resume swinging a fungo bat.
4/11/2013 | Granderson cleared to resume throwing
The protective brace was removed from Curtis Granderson's right wrist on Thursday, and the outfielder has been cleared to resume throwing.
4/11/2013 | Defense a Ray of light early for Tampa Bay
An area of weakness in 2012, the Rays' defense has helped to keep them afloat despite struggles at the plate and on the mound.
4/11/2013 | Tino leads seven bound for College Baseball HOF
Tino Martinez, a two-time Major League All-Star and four-time World Series champion, headlines a set of seven players and coaches who will represent the 2013 class of the College Baseball Hall of Fame.
4/11/2013 | Country star Pride's path inspired by Jackie
Charley Pride was honored by the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City on Wednesday night, when he was presented the Jackie Robinson Lifetime Achievement Award.
4/11/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: April 11
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
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