4/7/2013 | Rookie Hicks drives in game-winning run vs. O's
Aaron Hicks drove in Wilkin Ramirez with the go-ahead run in the seventh inning, as the Twins beat the Orioles, 4-3, on Sunday at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
4/7/2013 | Tigers honor Mo before finale with Yankees
Mariano Rivera was honored on Sunday in the first of what will be many ceremonies recognizing his farewell season around the Major Leagues, as the Tigers paid tribute to the closer's 19-year career.
4/7/2013 | Cespedes replaces Reddick on scheduled off-day
As he assured people Saturday night despite a mid-game elbow issue, Yoenis Cespedes is just fine. But he was given a scheduled day off, anyway, on Sunday amid struggles at the plate. However, Cespedes was forced into action after Josh Reddick sprained his right wrist.
4/7/2013 | Nunez not ready just yet to return to lineup
Eduardo Nunez tried to swing a bat and throw on Sunday, but his bruised right biceps is still too tender to get back into the Yankees' lineup.
4/7/2013 | Ortiz readies for first extended spring game
Though it is only an extended spring training game, Monday will be a significant day for Red Sox slugger David Ortiz. That contest in Fort Myers, Fla., will mark the first time the designated hitter has played in any type of game since Aug. 24 of last season.
4/7/2013 | Newest Red Sox excited for Fenway opener
Monday should make a far more pleasant homecoming for the Red Sox than the past two seasons, when they arrived at Fenway Park 0-6 and then 1-5 a year ago.
4/7/2013 | Harvey, Mets head to Philly to take on Halladay
Matt Harvey began the season with an impressive 10 strikeouts in a convincing victory, but he'll get a tough matchup with Roy Halladay in a more offense-friendly stadium in Philadelphia on Monday.
4/7/2013 | As new closer, Fujikawa feels up to task
When the Cubs signed Kyuji Fujikawa in December, the Japanese right-hander was projected to be the main setup pitcher for closer Carlos Marmol. But on Sunday, Cubs manager Dale Sveum said Fujikawa will replace Marmol as closer.
4/7/2013 | Butler leads comeback victory in grand fashion
The Phillies tapped James Shields for four early runs, but Billy Butler hit a grand slam in the fifth inning to put the Royals ahead for good in their 9-8 victory Sunday. Butler went 2-for-4 with seven RBIs, and Shields settled down after the first, striking out eight batters in six innings.
4/7/2013 | Hudson stellar as Braves complete sweep
Thanks to a great start from Tim Hudson and timely hitting from shortstop Ramiro Pena, the Braves completed a sweep of the Cubs on Sunday with a 5-1 victory.
4/7/2013 | Astros open first AL West road trip in Seattle
Left-hander Joe Saunders has dominated as a visiting pitcher at Safeco Field in his career. On Monday, he will try do to it for the home side in the first game played in the new dimensions at Safeco. Philip Humber will look to snap the Astros' five-game skid.
4/7/2013 | Strained oblique forces Freeman to DL
Freddie Freeman has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right oblique muscle.
4/7/2013 | Marmol out, Fujikawa in as Cubs' closer
After giving up game-tying and game-winning homers Saturday, Carlos Marmol has been replaced as the Cubs' closer by Kyuji Fujikawa.
4/7/2013 | Giants to receive Series rings before Sunday's game
The Giants will head home from Sunday afternoon's game with some hardware, as the members of the 2012 World Series champion club are set to receive their World Series rings.
4/7/2013 | Kershaw to 2-0 as Dodgers shut out Pirates
Clayton Kershaw, who tossed a shutout on Opening Day, struck out nine and allowed two hits over seven scoreless innings in his followup, outdueling Pirates ace A.J. Burnett, who also fanned nine while limiting the Dodgers to Mark Ellis' RBI single.
4/6/2013 | D-backs bop three HRs, keep rolling behind Corbin
The D-backs blasted three homers en route to a 9-2 win over the Brewers on Saturday night at Miller Park.
4/6/2013 | Drive to always improve keeps Pujols in top tier
To the people who know Albert Pujols best, it's not his strength or quickness or even his plate discipline that dazzles them. It's his relentless work ethic, attention to detail and commitment to improve.
4/6/2013 | Marson pulled from game after collision with Jennings
Indians catcher Lou Marson left Saturday night's game against the Rays before the fourth inning with a cervical/neck strain after getting hit hard in a third-inning collision at home plate.
4/6/2013 | Cuddyer, Garland lead Rockies to series win
Jon Garland pitched six innings and forced 11 groundball outs in his Coors Field debut, and Michael Cuddyer drove in four runs -- two on his second homer of the season -- as the Rockies clinched their second series win in as many this season by beating the Padres, 6-3, in front of 31,133.
4/6/2013 | Dodgers trade Harang to Rox for Hernandez
With a surplus of starting pitchers, the Dodgers traded right-hander Aaron Harang and cash considerations to the Rockies for catcher Ramon Hernandez on Saturday.
4/6/2013 | Switch-hitting paying off in big way for Fowler
Rockies switch-hitting center fielder Dexter Fowler entered Saturday with three home runs this season -- all no-doubters, and all left-handed. Gone are the rumors that Fowler should stop hitting left-handed.
4/6/2013 | Rockies still committed to young pitchers
The Rockies entered the season with a much maligned pitching staff, but on Saturday showed faith in its hurlers. They received an accomplished Major League right-hander from the Dodgers in Aaron Harang, then immediately announcing that they weren't keeping him.
4/6/2013 | Rockies will look to move newly-acquired Harang
The Rockies sent catcher Ramon Hernandez to the Dodgers on Saturday -- and escaped some of their financial commitment to him -- in exchange for pitcher Aaron Harang, whom the Rockies will not keep.
4/6/2013 | Morneau's ninth-inning hit lifts Twins to victory
Justin Morneau had three hits, including a go-ahead RBI single in the ninth inning, to help lift the Twins to a 6-5 win against the Orioles on Saturday at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
4/6/2013 | Everth's speedy reputation may make thefts harder
Everth Cabrera, the reigning National League stolen base champion, could have a tough time as he goes about trying to replicate the 44 steals he had a year ago.
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