4/14/2013 | Span gets first taste of NL-style maneuvering
Nationals center fielder Denard Span was shocked to learn that he was part of a double-switch in the top of the sixth inning during the 9-0 loss to the Braves on Sunday afternoon.
4/14/2013 | Marlins, Nats to celebrate Jackie's legacy in Miami
Jordan Zimmermann and Wade LeBlanc will match up Monday when the Nationals visit the Marlins to open up a three-game series on Jackie Robinson Day.
4/14/2013 | Braves dominate Nats as win streak hits nine
As the Braves rolled through the first week-plus of this season, manager Fredi Gonzalez regularly said that his team had not yet clicked on all cylinders.
4/14/2013 | A's open series vs. Astros on Jackie Robinson Day
Tommy Milone heads to the mound as the A's take on Erik Bedard and the Astros on Jackie Robinson Day.
4/14/2013 | Padres call up Blanks, send Weber to Triple-A
Thad Weber saw Kyle Blanks' No. 88 jersey in the Padres locker room on Sunday and assumed the worst. The relief pitcher, called up just days before, was headed back to Triple-A Tucson.
4/14/2013 | Papi sits out rehab game with stomach ailment
David Ortiz's rehab assignment with the Pawtucket Red Sox came to a screeching halt before Sunday's game against the Rochester Red Wings. Ortiz, who was scheduled to bat third as the designated hitter, was scratched from Pawtucket's lineup approximately 40 minutes before first pitch with an illness that reportedly resembled a stomach virus.
4/14/2013 | Right-hander Ely to have Tommy John surgery
John Ely, who was in Major League camp with the Astros before opening the season at Triple-A Oklahoma City, is set to undergo the Tommy John surgery, RedHawks manager Tony DeFrancesco said on his pregame interview show Saturday.
4/14/2013 | Quentin drops appeal, will serve suspension
Padres outfielder Carlos Quentin dropped his appeal of an eight-game suspension issued by Major League Baseball for his role in Thursday's bench-clearing brawl with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
4/14/2013 | Bourn leaves Sunday's game with hand injury
In the eighth inning of Sunday's game against the White Sox, Michael Bourn slid headfirst into first base on an infield single, and was spiked on the right hand by pitcher Matt Thornton.
4/14/2013 | Wedge hopeful Morse, Guti can return Tuesday
There's caution in manager Eric Wedge's voice, but he's holding onto the hope that two injured outfielders, Michael Morse (non-displaced fracture of his right pinkie) and Franklin Gutierrez (right groin) can get back on the field by Tuesday.
4/14/2013 | Lilly in limbo after not accepting Minors assignment
The Ted Lilly standoff reached Day Two with no resolution. The Dodgers on Saturday asked Lilly to continue his Minor League rehab assignment with two more starts and he declined. He can't be sent out without his permission and he declared himself healthy and ready to pitch in the Major Leagues.
4/14/2013 | Elbert making progress in rehab from elbow surgeries
Reliever Scott Elbert, who is on the 15-day disabled list, is the latest Dodger to respond favorably to platelet-rich plasma treatment.
4/14/2013 | Pence's game-tying blast, balk help Giants prevail
Chicago Cubs right-hander Shawn Camp balked home Hector Sanchez with the tiebreaking run in the 10th inning on Sunday to help lift the Giants to a 10-7 victory at Wrigley Field.
4/14/2013 | Phillies, Reds to celebrate Jackie's legacy in Cincy
The Reds will host the Phillies in the first game of a 10-game homestand, but they will honor Jackie Robinson with several ceremonies before the game in celebration of Jackie Robinson Day.
4/14/2013 | Rockies confident in Belisle despite struggles in 'pen
Righty Matt Belisle has been slightly less effective than normal since becoming a part of the Rockies' bullpen in 2009, but manager Walt Weiss feels he can still be effective.
4/14/2013 | Crisp sits out again with strained left groin
Outfielder Coco Crisp was not in the starting lineup for a second straight day due to a strained left groin, though A's manager Bob Melvin said he was looking forward to watching him during batting practice.
4/14/2013 | Goldy's walk-off helps D-backs solve Beckett late
Entering the bottom of the ninth in a scoreless tie, the D-backs finally broke through off Josh Beckett when Paul Goldschmidt sneaked a ground ball through the right side of the infield for a walk-off hit, lifting the club to a 1-0 victory over the Dodgers on Sunday.
4/14/2013 | Pirates host Cardinals on Jackie Robinson Day
The Pirates send James McDonald to the mound to face the Cardinals' Lance Lynn on Monday evening at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. Each player will be wearing No. 42 in tribute to Jackie Robinson.
4/14/2013 | Prospect Arcia expected to replace Ramirez
The Twins are reportedly calling up prospect Oswaldo Arcia from Triple-A Rochester before Monday's game against the Angels to replace outfielder Wilkin Ramirez, who was placed on the paternity list on Sunday.
4/14/2013 | Halos top Astros, win first series of the year
Mike Trout hit his first homer of the season as the Angels beat the Astros, 4-1, on Sunday at Angel Stadium to win their first series of the year.
4/14/2013 | Prince hitting at torrid pace to start second AL season
Early in Prince Fielder's second season in the American League, the slugger is an offensive machine. Some viewers, like Justin Verlander and Jim Leyland, think it's because of him getting used to the pitching in the AL.
4/14/2013 | Tigers waiting on definitive roles for bullpen
There will be a day, Jim Leyland believes, when the Tigers' bullpen will have roles sorted out for its relievers. That day has not been any of the team's 11 games thus far, and that day was not Sunday.
4/14/2013 | Buchholz flirts with history as Sox blank Rays
Clay Buchholz carried a no-hitter into the eighth inning of the Red Sox's 5-0 win over the Rays on Sunday, coming six outs short of joining a list of 27 pitchers who have thrown multiple no-hitters in their career.
4/14/2013 | Former Cub Soto set to make Wrigley return
The Rangers are bound for Chicago after Sunday's series finale in Seattle and catcher Geovany Soto is going back to his old home park -- Wrigley Field.
4/14/2013 | Andrus rewards Ortiz with shopping spree
Rangers reliever Joe Ortiz earned his first Major League victory on Thursday when he threw two scoreless innings in a 4-3 win over the Mariners. As a reward, shortstop Elvis Andrus took him shopping the next day and bought him a suit.
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