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4/27/2013 | In Bronx, Blue Jays need Dickey in top form
If the Blue Jays hope to leave New York with a win after Sunday's 1:05 p.m. ET series finale against Phil Hughes and the Yankees, they may need R.A. Dickey to battle through his sore back and neck.

4/27/2013 | Gregorius feeling better; CT scan results normal
A day after being drilled in the helmet with a 93-mph fastball, D-backs shortstop Didi Gregorius said his head "feels sore, but otherwise I feel good." The rookie underwent a precautionary CT scan late Friday and the results were normal.

4/27/2013 | Schierholtz back in lineup, keeps on hitting
After sitting out Friday night's game, Cubs right fielder Nate Schierholtz returned to the lineup against the Marlins on Saturday. Schierholtz watched his team's 4-2 win from the bench because the Marlins started lefty Wade LeBlanc, and manager Dale Sveum takes those opportunities to give Schierholtz a rest.

4/27/2013 | Barney contributes to win with glove, bat
On Friday night, the Cubs got some timely help from their Gold Glove second baseman. In addition to a stellar defensive play, he reached base four times with three hits and a hit-by-pitch.

4/27/2013 | Kubel eyes Wednesday return from rehab assignment
D-backs outfielder Jason Kubel, rehabbing from a strained left quad, will head to Triple-A Reno on Monday with the hopes of being activated Wednesday.

4/27/2013 | DeJesus, Castro key to Cubs' third straight win
After some early offense, it took a bloop single and a walk to produce the run the Cubs needed. David DeJesus singled up the middle to drive in the winning run in the seventh inning, giving the Cubs a 3-2 win Saturday in front of 27,519 at Marlins Park.

4/27/2013 | Maddon confident Price will turn things around
As the calendar nears May, David Price, last year's American League Cy Young Award winner, is winless with a 5.52 ERA, and the Rays have dropped each of his first five starts. But manager Joe Maddon said on Saturday that he's not concerned about his ace or the frustration he's shown so far.

4/27/2013 | All systems go for Lackey in series finale
Red Sox right-hander John Lackey hopes the latest comeback is for keeps.

4/27/2013 | Ellsbury appreciates latest milestone
When Jacoby Ellsbury stole the 200th base of his career on Friday night, he became the only living Red Sox player to steal that many bases for the club.

4/27/2013 | Smith gets the call to start night half of doubleheader
Left-hander Will Smith will be called up on Sunday to start the second game of a day-night doubleheader against the Cleveland Indians. It will be Smith's first start in the big leagues since last season.

4/27/2013 | Yost eager to return to regular schedule
Before the Royals' game on Saturday night, Kansas City had six days off in the previous 12 days including three postponements. Manager Ned Yost is getting tired of all the rest.

4/27/2013 | Bucs rally to hand Burnett victory vs. Cards
Instead of giving in to a series of depressing developments, the last of which was being in a 2-0 hole to Jake Westbrook after six innings, the Pirates unleashed their usual late-game lightning to back A.J. Burnett for a 5-3 victory Saturday.

4/27/2013 | Morales struggling to get over injuries
Franklin Morales was slowed in Spring Training by a back injury. Once he finally was able to make an appearance for Class A Greenville to start his rehab assignment, Morales suffered a left pectoral strain that now has him in the middle of a five-day shutdown period.

4/27/2013 | Hernandez earns first win as Twins rout Rangers
Pedro Hernandez tossed five scoreless innings and Josh Willingham crushed a two-run homer to propel the Twins to a 7-2 win over the Rangers on Saturday afternoon at Target Field.

4/27/2013 | Injured Hechavarria, Alvarez, Mathis making progress
Several Marlins, including shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria, continue to make promising steps on their roads to recovery. According to manager Mike Redmond, Hechavarria -- out with a bruised right elbow -- swung the bat on Saturday and felt good. Unless the 24-year-old arrives to the ballpark on Sunday sore, he will rehab in Jupiter, Fla., on Monday and Tuesday.

4/27/2013 | Redmond stacks struggling lineup with righties
With yet another southpaw on the mound against the Marlins on Saturday night, manager Mike Redmond stacked as many right-handed hitters in the order hoping to spark a struggling offense. On the season, the Marlins entered Saturday hitting .231 against lefties, with three of their seven total home runs.

4/27/2013 | Unlike last April, Dunn off to impressive start
Last April didn't treat Marlins left-hander Mike Dunn too kind. However, over his 12 appearances this season, the 27-year-old has posted a 2.45 ERA -- third-lowest on the team -- with just three earned runs in 11 innings.

4/27/2013 | Price, Axelrod square off seeking first wins
David Price heads to the mound as the Rays take on Dylan Axelrod and the White Sox on Sunday at U.S. Cellular Field. Both hurlers are seeking their first wins of the season.

4/27/2013 | Rays provide plenty for Moore in his fifth win
With dominating starting pitching by left-hander Matt Moore and timely hitting throughout the lineup, the Rays snapped a two-game losing streak with a 10-4 victory Saturday night at U.S. Cellular Field.

4/27/2013 | Stubbs starting to settle into new swing
When a player makes changes to his swing, a strong start in the batter's box can go a long way in convincing him that he made the right decision. That is how outfielder Drew Stubbs is feeling roughly a month into his first season with the Indians.

4/27/2013 | Kluber to get the call in second game of doubleheader
The Indians moved Corey Kluber into the starting rotation last week, but a pair of rainouts have robbed the right-hander of a turn on the mound. That will change on Sunday.

4/27/2013 | Francona comfortable with current batting order
Indians manager Terry Francona knows the numbers inside and out, but he is not about to juggle the lineup this early into a season.

4/27/2013 | Early and late, Hafner's power saves Yanks
On Saturday, the Yankees placed two more regulars on their ever-growing disabled list and ace CC Sabathia struggled at times, but a pair of rallies sparked by Travis Hafner helped the club defeat the Blue Jays, 5-4, at Yankee Stadium.

4/27/2013 | Crew-Dodgers set culminates with marquee duel
Sunday's series finale between the Brewers and Dodgers will feature a marquee pitching matchup, with Milwaukee right-hander Kyle Lohse squaring off against Los Angeles lefty Clayton Kershaw.

4/27/2013 | Gomez finds redemption with key homer for Crew
Carlos Gomez clobbered a curveball for a two-out, two-run home run in the seventh inning on Saturday, erasing a short-lived Dodgers lead and sending the Brewers to a 6-4 win on a pristine spring night at Dodger Stadium.

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