4/3/2013 | Kazmir scratched from Saturday start
The Indians announced on Wednesday that Scott Kazmir would not make his scheduled start against the Rays on Saturday after injuring his right side during Monday's workout at Rogers Centre, and could be facing a trip to the 15-day disabled list.
4/3/2013 | Early schedule does Angels no favors
If the Angels hope to avoid another rough start to the season, they'll have to beat some quality teams.
4/3/2013 | With starting depth, rotation realizes need to perform
James McDonald takes the ball for the Pirates in Thursday afternoon's finale of the season-opening series against the Cubs. He will be followed, when the Bucs hit the road to Los Angeles, by Jonathan Sanchez on Friday and Jeff Locke on Sunday, both out to justify the Pirates' faith in them.
4/3/2013 | Newly acquired Carrera could help Phillies with speed
Ezequiel Carrera has speed, and he thinks he can use that speed to help the Phillies. The Phillies on Tuesday claimed Carrera off waivers from the Indians, and he was in uniform for Wednesday's game against the Braves at Turner Field.
4/3/2013 | Rays re-Joyce after walk-off homer vs. O's
Matt Joyce homered to lead off the ninth to give the Rays an 8-7 win over the Orioles on Wednesday night at Tropicana Field.
4/3/2013 | Cano: Switching agents was 'family decision'
Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano took a guarded stance on Wednesday as he discussed his decision to partner with Jay-Z's Roc Nation Sports and Creative Artists Agency, dismissing agent Scott Boras from his baseball representation.
4/3/2013 | Despite struggles in opener, Marmol remains closer
Carlos Marmol is still the Cubs closer, and pitching coach Chris Bosio would like to see the right-hander get back in a game as soon as possible.
4/3/2013 | Gio a force with arm, bat in win over Marlins
Left-hander Gio Gonzalez used his arm and his bat to help the Nationals blank the Marlins, 3-0, at Nationals Park on Wednesday night. Washington has now held Miami scoreless in its last 19 innings, extending back to last season.
4/3/2013 | When it comes to pitchers, Harper a quick study
In his first and second plate appearances against starting pitchers in 2012, Bryce Harper hit .282 and .278, respectively. In his third and fourth times against the same pitcher, he hit .321 and .375.
4/3/2013 | Teixeira targeting May 1 return to Yankees
Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira said on Wednesday that he's now hoping to return by May 1 from a right wrist injury he sustained preparing to play for Team USA in the days before the opening of the World Baseball Classic.
4/3/2013 | No-hit master Ryan: 'I thought Yu would get it'
Texas Rangers CEO Nolan Ryan has thrown more no-hitters (seven) than anyone else in history. He also has had more potential no-hitters ruined in the ninth inning (five) than anyone else in history -- and he thought Yu Darvish was going to finish off a perfect game against the Astros on Tuesday night.
4/3/2013 | Rox take rubber game behind Nicasio-Rosario battery
Juan Nicasio gave the Rockies a quality start and catcher Wilin Rosario hit an early two-run homer to lift Colorado to a series-clinching win Wednesday in Milwaukee, 7-3.
4/3/2013 | Fernandez throws sim game to prep for debut
As a tuneup for his Major League debut, Jose Fernandez spent the off-day on Tuesday throwing in a simulated game at Nationals Park.
4/3/2013 | Heisey gets opportunity as everyday player
Once left fielder Ryan Ludwick went down with a right shoulder injury that could keep him out until the All-Star break, the Reds didn't hesitate to call on fourth outfielder Chris Heisey to replace him. Manager Dusty Baker made it clear it was Heisey's time to show that he could be a regular player.
4/3/2013 | Reds to keep Choo as permanent center fielder
As the Reds adjust to an outfield without injured left fielder Ryan Ludwick, there was no thought from manager Dusty Baker in moving Shin-Soo Choo over from center field.
4/3/2013 | Reds walk off with first win on Votto's first hit of year
Reds manager Dusty Baker believes in the sac bunt through thick and thin, for better or worse. Twice in two games this season during key situations, he has used it. It backfired on Monday but worked to perfection in the ninth inning just ahead of Joey Votto's RBI single, his first hit of the season, in Wednesday's 5-4 walk-off win over the Angels.
4/3/2013 | Ogando helps Rangers set K mark in victory
The Rangers received a second straight stellar performance from their starter as Alexi Ogando pitched them to a 4-0 victory over the Astros on Wednesday afternoon.
4/3/2013 | Ludwick goes on DL; Reds promote Robinson
The Reds placed Ryan Ludwick on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday following right shoulder surgery and promoted Derrick Robinson from Triple-A Louisville.
4/3/2013 | Mastroianni available to play, still dealing with sore foot
Outfielder Darin Mastroianni fouled a ball off his left foot during Spring Training and it's still sore, but he is available off the bench, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said Wednesday.
4/3/2013 | Broadcaster Ashby apologizes for Darvish remark
Astros broadcaster Alan Ashby issued an apology Wednesday for what he had intended to be a lighthearted remark in the excitement of Tuesday night's near-perfect game by Rangers right-hander Yu Darvish in Houston.
4/3/2013 | Tigers claim right-hander Reed from Marlins
The Tigers made a waiver claim, picking up right-handed reliever Evan Reed from the Marlins and sending him to Triple-A Toledo. Reed split time between Triple-A and Double-A with Miami last season.
4/3/2013 | Indians claim right-hander Whitenack off waivers
The Indians added an arm to their farm system on Wednesday, claiming right-hander Robert Whitenack off waivers from the Cubs.
4/3/2013 | Escobar comes up big as Twins walk off
Kevin Correia was solid in his Minnesota debut against the Tigers, and the Twins won their first game of the 2013 season, 3-2, in walk-off fashion with a game-winning two-run double from Eduardo Escobar on Wednesday at Target Field.
4/3/2013 | Dodgers release veteran reliever Gregg
The Dodgers ended the suspense with non-roster reliever Kevin Gregg, releasing him a week after reassigning him to the Minor Leagues and one day before the Triple-A season started.
4/3/2013 | Cubs ink Sweeney, Murphy to Minor League deals
The Cubs signed outfielder Ryan Sweeney, who was released by the Red Sox, and infielder Donnie Murphy, who was let go by the Brewers, to Minor League deals, and both were to report to Triple-A Iowa.
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