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4/30/2014 | Rockies roll on Stubbs' go-ahead jack in ninth

Drew Stubbs' smacked a go-ahead homer off Addison Reed to open the ninth in the Rockies' 5-4 win over the D-backs at Chase Field on Tuesday night.


4/30/2014 | Noesi battles Scherzer in first White Sox start

The White Sox have tabbed right-hander Hector Noesi, who last started in 2012 for the Mariners, to square off against Max Scherzer and the Tigers on Wednesday afternoon at U.S. Cellular Field.


4/30/2014 | Chatwood leaves start with right elbow tightness

The Rockies will wait until Wednesday to further evaluate the condition of right-hander Tyler Chatwood, who left Tuesday night's game at Chase Field against the D-backs with the bases loaded and none out in the sixth inning because of tightness in his right elbow.


4/30/2014 | Scioscia's successful challenge leads to two runs

In the fifth inning Tuesday night vs. the Indians, Angels manager Mike Scioscia successfully challenged first-base umpire Gabe Morales' out call at first base on a ground ball by J.B. Shuck.


4/29/2014 | Weaver earns second win as bullpen gets out of jams

The Angels needed to get 11 outs from their leaky bullpen Tuesday night to secure a 6-4 victory over the Indians at Angel Stadium.


4/29/2014 | Holaday outsmarts White Sox for a Tigers victory

Bryan Holaday's bunt single with two outs in the ninth inning gave the Tigers a 4-3 win over the White Sox on Tuesday night in Chicago. Justin Verlander allowed three runs over seven innings for a no-decision.


4/29/2014 | Kipnis strains abdomen, will be further evaluated

Jason Kipnis exited Cleveland's 6-4 loss to the Angels in the fourth inning with a right abdominal strain and will be re-evaluated Wednesday with the hope of avoiding a trip to the disabled list.


4/29/2014 | Renteria ejected in sixth inning against Reds

Play had just resumed in the sixth inning on a cold, rainy Tuesday night at Great American Ball Park when home-plate umpire Alan Porter ejected Cubs manager Rick Renteria.


4/29/2014 | Tigers eke out first half of 1-2 rotation punch

Justin Verlander wound up with a no-decision on Tuesday night, allowing three runs on six hits in seven innings. But he wasn't about to let the upstart White Sox and their newly explosive lineup beat him, and he left Chicago to face Max Scherzer next.


4/29/2014 | Freese gets vote of confidence from Scioscia

Mike Scioscia said part of David Freese's slow start is the adjustment to the AL, and part of it is mechanical.


4/29/2014 | Melky sets club record for March/April hits

With his fifth-inning triple off of Royals starter Jason Vargas in Tuesday night's 10-7 loss, Blue Jays outfielder Melky Cabrera set a franchise record for most hits in March/April with 40 and added an RBI double for 41.


4/29/2014 | No timetable for Cuddyer, but Weiss optimistic

Rockies outfielder Michael Cuddyer is due to come off the 15-day disabled list on Saturday. He's been out with a strained left hamstring since April 18.


4/29/2014 | Teammates fuel Mariners in Cano's return to NY

Veteran right-hander Chris Young picked up his first win in 20 months and catcher Mike Zunino cranked out a career-high four hits as the Mariners topped the Yankees, 6-3, on Tuesday in Robinson Cano's return to the Bronx.


4/29/2014 | Santana feels support after slump-busting homer

Carlos Santana's teammates were disappointed that his three-run homer came within a 6-3 loss in the opener of this three-game series.


4/29/2014 | Carrasco moved to bullpen

Carlos Carrasco learned Monday that he will now work out of Cleveland's bullpen, but hopes the move is not permanent.


4/29/2014 | Cain scratched after sandwich-making mishap

Giants pitcher Matt Cain was scratched from Tuesday night's start against the San Diego Padres after cutting his right index finger with a knife in the clubhouse kitchen at AT&T Park shortly prior to batting practice.


4/29/2014 | Scioscia hopes to keep Roth in organization

On Sunday, the Angels designated Michael Roth, 24, for assignment to clear 40-man roster room for reliever Mike Morin. Manager Mike Scioscia said he hopes the club is able to keep Roth -- who struggled in Double-A this season -- in the organization.


4/29/2014 | KC's challenge overturns Blue Jays' hit, RBI

After 10 straight games of no challenges, Royals manager Ned Yost got back into the act on Tuesday night and saved a run. Blue Jays hitter Chris Getz was called safe on a bouncer to second and a run scored, but the replay crew in New York overturned the call and Getz was out.


4/29/2014 | Shorthanded Crew rallies to down Cards in 11th

Lyle Overbay hit a go-ahead RBI single in the 11th to give the Brewers a 5-4 win over the Cardinals on Tuesday at Busch Stadium. Francisco Rodriguez tied an MLB mark with 13 saves before May 1.


4/29/2014 | Gyorko, Smith may be ready to return

Padres second baseman Jedd Gyorko is expected to return from the paternity list on Wednesday, while outfielder Seth Smith, who has missed five straight starts, could be ready to come back from a right groin strain.


4/29/2014 | Towers confident with ownership's support

As the D-backs struggle to find wins, general manager Kevin Towers said he still feels like he has the support of managing general partner Ken Kendrick and team president/CEO Derrick Hall.


4/29/2014 | Anibal's blister showing signs of healing

The blister that landed Tigers right-hander Anibal Sanchez on the 15-day disabled list no longer qualifies as gross, manager Brad Ausmus said. It has healed past that stage.


4/29/2014 | Sale unlikely to pitch this weekend

Left-hander Chris Sale played catch again on Tuesday and is scheduled to play long toss Wednesday, per White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper.


4/29/2014 | Hahn recognizes opportunities to win 'are sacred'

If the White Sox continue to play impressive baseball as they have over the first 27 games this season, general manager Rick Hahn and the White Sox front office will have an important decision to make.


4/29/2014 | Using relentless attack, Red Sox top Rays

Backed by the same grind-it-out plate approach that matched so much of their success last season, the Red Sox rolled to a 7-4 victory over the Rays on Tuesday night at Fenway Park.




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