4/30/2014 | Red Sox to enter May with improved health
For the Red Sox, a disjointed first month of their season ended with a rainout and a 13-14 record, just 2 1/2 games behind the Yankees in the American League East.
4/30/2014 | Ortiz: When weather heats up, Papi heats up
David Ortiz showcased his usual power in April, belting five homers to tie Mike Napoli for the team lead. But his .250 batting average was a sign that things were yet to completely click for the slugger.
4/30/2014 | Yankee Stadium brings out best in Zunino
Mariners catcher Mike Zunino had a career-high four hits in Tuesday's 6-3 victory over the Yankees, becoming the second-youngest player to record four or more hits in his first game at Yankee Stadium.
4/30/2014 | Tribe waiting before finalizing plans for injured Kipnis
Jason Kipnis was feeling better on Wednesday morning, but the Indians plan on waiting a little longer before determining whether a trip to the disabled list will be necessary for the sidelined All-Star second baseman.
4/30/2014 | After postponement, Felix to start on Friday
Wednesday's rainout against the Yankees allowed Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon to juggle his rotation slightly, pushing rookie Roenis Elias back to Thursday's game in New York and moving Felix Hernandez to Friday against the Astros.
4/30/2014 | Rays-Red Sox postponed because of rain
The Rays-Red Sox game scheduled for Wednesday night at Fenway Park was postponed because of rain and will be made up via a Thursday doubleheader.
4/30/2014 | On the mend, Baylor meets with players and coaches
Hitting coach Don Baylor was back at Angel Stadium on Tuesday, joining the team for the first time since suffering a fractured right femur while catching Vladimir Guerrero's ceremonial first pitch on Opening Day.
4/30/2014 | Yankees not surprised fans booed Cano
Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano said he wasn't surprised at the reception on Tuesday at Yankee Stadium and just went about his business. The Yankees weren't surprised either.
4/30/2014 | Angels lock up sweep behind dominant Wilson
C.J. Wilson pitched eight innings of one-run ball and got his usual dose of run support, leading the Angels to a three-game sweep of the Indians with a 7-1 victory on a windy afternoon on Wednesday.
4/30/2014 | Wednesday's rain causes doubleheader Thursday
With nothing but rain in the forecast, the Red Sox-Rays game for Wednesday night was postponed and rescheduled as part of a day-night doubleheader on Thursday.
4/30/2014 | Scherzer stifles White Sox for third straight win
A four-run fourth inning provided plenty for Max Scherzer, who tossed six scoreless in a 5-1 Tigers win over the White Sox on Wednesday in Chicago.
4/30/2014 | Chapman to throw one rehab inning tonight
Reds closer Aroldis Chapman's first rehab assignment outing is now set. Chapman will start a game for Class A Dayton tonight and is expected to throw one inning.
4/30/2014 | Phillips still adjusting to hitting third in lineup
The Reds lineup as a whole has produced better offensively since the move of Joey Votto from third to second in the lineup on April 13. But the production from the current No. 3 hitter, second baseman Brandon Phillips, has been far from robust since the switch.
4/30/2014 | Heisey coming through in a pinch
Reds fourth outfielder Chris Heisey has been big as a pinch-hitter during his big league career, and his numbers this season reflect his prowess in that role. Heisey came into Wednesday leading the Major Leagues with four hits and six RBIs as a pinch-hitter.
4/30/2014 | Hamilton learning on fly about when to steal
During Tuesday's Reds win over the Cubs, Reds rookie center fielder Billy Hamilton reached base four times and stole his 10th base of the year. Hamilton was also caught stealing in the third inning. It was the fifth time he was caught stealing in 15 attempts.
4/30/2014 | Samardzjia still searching for first victory
Until Jeff Samardzija gets his first win of the season, most of the talk surrounding the tall right-hander is going to be about the fact that he hasn't won yet.
4/30/2014 | Renteria not dejected about twice being ejected
Cubs manager Rick Renteria now has two ejections on his managerial record, which doesn't seem like a lot, unless you consider that he's a rookie manager who has exactly one month of regular season baseball under his belt.
4/30/2014 | Double-A prospect Edwards placed on DL
Right-handed pitcher C.J. Edwards was placed on Double-A Tennessee's disabled list Wednesday, retroactive to April 25. Edwards was 1-0 with a 2.61 ERA in four starts this season.
4/30/2014 | Prince not letting slow start get him down
This has not been a good month for Rangers first baseman Prince Fielder. He said it's not going to get him down.
4/30/2014 | Moreland gets first start in left
Mitch Moreland got his first start of the season in the outfield on Wednesday and his first Major League start ever in left field. Shin-Soo Choo, recovering from a sprained left ankle, was back in the lineup for the second straight game but still being used at designated hitter.
4/30/2014 | No day off for Andrus
Elvis Andrus was at shortstop for the 28th straight game on Wednesday night. He is the only Rangers player who has started every game in the field so far this season.
4/30/2014 | Griffin has Tommy John surgery
As expected, A.J. Griffin's elbow procedure in Houston on Wednesday resulted in Tommy John surgery.
4/30/2014 | Norris keeps hitting, but role unlikely to change
Derek Norris received his second straight start behind the plate against the Rangers on Wednesday and is expected to be there again Saturday in Boston. That's because the A's are facing left-handed starters on those days.
4/30/2014 | Cook playing catch-up in bullpen
Ryan Cook hasn't been forgotten as a setup man. The A's right-hander has simply been playing catch-up.
4/30/2014 | A's get payback with road sweep of Rangers
In seeking payback against the Rangers, the A's absolutely outdid themselves. Just a week after being swept in their home park by Texas, the A's marched into Globe Life Park and manhandled the Rangers' rotation, completing their own three-game sweep with a 12-1 victory Wednesday night.
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