5/14/2012 | JJ not banking on history of success against Pirates
Marlins right-hander Josh Johnson always preaches to himself "if you don't like it, get better." After an up-and-down start to the season, and with the rest of the Marlins' starting rotation enjoying early success, Johnson will aim to do just that Tuesday against the Pirates.
5/14/2012 | Price out to continue dominance of Blue Jays
Tuesday's matchup between the Rays and Blue Jays will give Tampa Bay's David Price -- 10-2 in 13 career starts against Toronto -- an opportunity to rebound from his worst start of the season as he opposes Henderson Alvarez.
5/14/2012 | Beckett looks to rebound as Red Sox eye sweep
After getting booed off the Fenway Park mound in his last start, Josh Beckett gets the ball Tuesday afternoon at Fenway Park as the Red Sox look to sweep the Mariners, who will counter with Blake Beavan.
5/14/2012 | Cubs' Maholm streaks into showdown with Cards
The Cardinals and Cubs meet on Tuesday in the second of a two-game set at Busch Stadium. The red-hot Paul Maholm gets the start for Chicago, while Kyle Lohse, who's working through a hamstring injury, gets the call for St. Louis.
5/14/2012 | Brewers hope Weeks brings boost to lineup
The ailing Brewers are in need of some offense heading into Tuesday's game against Dillon Gee and the Mets, and they're hoping Rickie Weeks is the player who can provide it behind starter Zack Greinke.
5/14/2012 | Strasburg set to bring strikeout stuff vs. Padres
Entering Monday's action, Washington starter Stephen Strasburg was tied for the National League lead with 51 strikeouts, and Padres hitters had tallied the second-most strikeouts in baseball.
5/14/2012 | Stony Brook's Jankowski has high Draft hopes
Travis Jankowski has played himself into position to be the highest-drafted player in Stony Brook history, a possibility he still finds at least a little perplexing.
5/14/2012 | Purposeful plunkings fading from the game
Cole Hamels drew headlines and a suspension for admitting his plunking of Bryce Harper. However, retired veterans and Hall of Famers say Hamels' action is no longer a common sight in today's game.
5/13/2012 | Angels get by Rangers
C.J. Wilson provided a gritty 5 2/3-inning outing, the offense broke through against a previously dominant Alexi Ogando and a bullpen that had struggled for most of the season hung on, giving the Angels a 4-2 win over the Rangers that evened the series on Saturday afternoon.
5/13/2012 | Cespedes placed on 15-day disabled list
Yoenis Cespedes was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained muscle in his left hand on Saturday, retroactive to May 7, just hours after the Cuban slugger said he was feeling 100 percent and excited to be back.
5/13/2012 | Black gets win No. 400 as Padres top Phils
Jesus Guzman's popup sac fly in the seventh scored Cameron Maybin, adding to the run from Will Venable's RBI double in the third. Edinson Volquez went six innings.
5/13/2012 | Morton, Pirates' bats ground Astros
Andrew McCutchen went 4-for-4 with a solo shot and Jose Tabata homered and tripled on Saturday to help Charlie Morton win his second game of the season, as the Pirates downed the Astros, 5-2, at PNC Park.
5/13/2012 | A's McCarthy dominates Tigers with 10 strikeouts
Brandon McCarthy, who had his start pushed back as a precaution because of a shoulder issue, pitched seven scoreless innings in the A's 3-1 victory over the Tigers on Saturday night.
5/13/2012 | Royal reversal for Hochevar in win over Chisox
Right-hander Luke Hochevar was at his best on Saturday, holding the White Sox to three hits in seven scoreless innings in a 5-0 win that put the Royals in position to earn their second straight series win on Sunday.
5/13/2012 | Giants' Cain schools D-backs with arm, bat and legs
Matt Cain pitched six innings of one-run ball and his second hit, a two-run double, helped the Giants end a nine-game losing streak against the D-backs on Saturday night.
5/13/2012 | Gwynn's pinch-RBI picks up Harang, Dodgers
Tony Gwynn's tiebreaking pinch-single with one out in the eighth inning lifted the Dodgers to a 2-1 win over the Rockies Saturday night as Aaron Harang outdueled Juan Nicasio.
5/13/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Sat., May 12
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out. Here are the May 12 Mane Men of the Day.
5/13/2012 | Nats' Ramos has torn ACL, likely done for year
Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos has a torn ACL in his right knee and will need surgery that will likely sideline him for the remainder of the 2012 season.
5/13/2012 | MLB Notebook: No holes in Nationals' rotation
All five of the Nationals' starting pitchers rank in the top-18 in the National League in hits allowed per nine innings and top-14 in WHIP.
5/13/2012 | Pettitte throws to Martin for first time in return
As Andy Pettitte takes the mound again for the Yankees on Sunday afternoon, much of what he sees will be familiar. Just about everything other than the man he's throwing to.
5/13/2012 | Reyes heating up, puts April slump behind him
He's not quite where he wants to be, but Jose Reyes is certainly getting close to hitting his stride. A four-hit game on Saturday clearly helped as it raised the Miami shortstop's batting average to .256.
5/13/2012 | Wedge: Ichiro could be moved from No. 3 spot
Mariners manager Eric Wedge noted Sunday that the veteran position players he'd been counting on have not been producing this season and the weight is shifting even more to young players to carry the offensive load. He also spoke for the first time about possibly moving Ichiro Suzuki out of the No. 3 spot in the order.
5/13/2012 | Blind fan's ballpark tour reaches Chase Field
Blind baseball fan Reggie Deal, who will visit all 30 big league ballparks in 30 days, was given a field-level tour of Chase Field on Saturday.
5/13/2012 | Anticipation turns to reality with Pettitte's return
The anticipation has been building since Andy Pettitte announced during Spring Training that he was looking to make a comeback with the Yankees.
5/13/2012 | With knee rested, O's Hammel to start Monday
After being scratched from his Thursday start to rest a sore knee, Jason Hammel will start for the Orioles on Monday, manager Buck Showalter confirmed Sunday.
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