5/21/2012 | Giants sticking with struggling Lincecum
Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Monday that he has no plans to skip Tim Lincecum for a start or do something else to react to the right-hander's struggles, such as sending him briefly to the bullpen.
5/21/2012 | D-backs shake up third-base situation
Not satisfied with their third-base play this season, the D-backs recalled Josh Bell from Triple-A Reno on Monday, designated Cody Ransom for assignment and shifted Ryan Roberts to more of a utility role.
5/21/2012 | Dice-K gets shot in trapezius muscle
Daisuke Matsuzaka was with the Red Sox for Monday's series opener vs. the Orioles, one day after receiving a cortisone shot in his right trap muscle as he continues to recover from Tommy John surgery.
5/21/2012 | Getz exits after aggravating rib injury
Royals second baseman Chris Getz left Monday's 6-0 win over the Yankees in the fifth inning after aggravating a left ribcage injury. He's scheduled to undergo further tests on Tuesday to determine the extent of the setback.
5/21/2012 | Gio leads Nats over Phils
Sean Burnett rescued the struggling Henry Rodriguez in the ninth inning Monday, securing a 2-1 victory for the Nationals and Gio Gonzalez, who dominated the Phillies by striking out nine and allowing just three hits over six scoreless innings.
5/21/2012 | Buehrle, Marlins benefit from Stanton's slam
Mark Buehrle overcame a four-run first inning by working into the eighth, and Giancarlo Stanton provided the big blast in the Marlins' 7-4 comeback victory over the Rockies on Monday night at Marlins Park.
5/21/2012 | Bodley: Johnson, Nationals a perfect match
Manager Davey Johnson has been a perfect fit for the young and talented Nationals, and it's no coincidence they're having a breakthrough season.
5/21/2012 | Fan catches two homers during Reds' fourth
Caleb Lloyd, a 20-year-old junior and soccer player at Thomas More College from Cincinnati, caught back-to-back home runs off of the bats of Reds pitcher Mike Leake and shortstop Zack Cozart in the bottom of the fourth inning while Cincinnati played the Braves.
5/21/2012 | Four arrested after fight at Dodger Stadium
Four people were arrested Sunday after a driver was assaulted in the Dodger Stadium parking lot after the game on Sunday, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
5/21/2012 | Kemp eyeing May 29 return to Dodgers
Injured Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp said on Monday he's running at 85 percent on his healing left hamstring and he's eager to play in a Minor League rehab assignment in preparation for being activated when eligible on May 29.
5/21/2012 | A's won't activate Cespedes for Angels series
Yoenis Cespedes is eligible to return to the team's lineup on Tuesday, but the rookie will remain on the disabled list at least through the three-game series with the Angels that began Monday.
5/21/2012 | Ellis has second leg surgery in three days
Injured Dodgers second baseman Mark Ellis underwent an additional surgical procedure to drain his swollen leg, manager Don Mattingly said Monday.
5/21/2012 | Tateyama recalled in return to Rangers' bullpen
The Rangers called up Yoshinori Tateyama on Monday from Triple-A Round Rock after placing pitcher Neftali Feliz on the disabled list with a sprained right elbow.
5/21/2012 | Injury bug ravaging Padres
The Padres have been hit hard by the injury bug over the first seven weeks of the season. The string of bad luck continued on Monday with the loss of pitcher Cory Luebke, who will undergo reconstructive elbow surgery on Wednesday and will be lost for the season.
5/21/2012 | Jaso catches Felix for first time this season
Mainly behind the plate because Miguel Olivo is on the DL, John Jaso has been sharing catching duties with Jesus Montero. And for the first time on Monday, Jaso caught Felix Hernandez.
5/21/2012 | Groin tightness forces Braun to exit
After grounding out to end the bottom of the 10th inning Monday against the Giants, Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun left the game with tightness in his right groin.
5/21/2012 | Manny's focus firmly on the here and now
Manny Ramirez isn't concerned with past accolades and mistakes, and he doesn't care about what the future might bring, at least as far as his chances of being enshrined in Cooperstown go. His focus is forward, and he's only worried about the here and now.
5/21/2012 | Chairman of the 'board: Stanton does damage
Career home run No. 65 for Giancarlo Stanton was a first. That's because it damaged property. The grand slam, estimated at 438 feet, remained just fair, and it smacked into the video scoreboard in left. On impact, a block of lights flickered out.
5/21/2012 | Hochevar, Hughes know root of struggles
Both starters set to take the hill in the Bronx on Tuesday night have fallen victim to early-inning struggles. Yankees righty Phil Hughes has allowed 15 runs under such circumstances this season, and Royals righty Luke Hochevar has allowed 22 runs.
5/21/2012 | Nolasco takes another shot at Marlins' wins record
After two chances to grab sole possession of the Marlins' all-time wins lead, Ricky Nolasco hopes the third time will be the charm as he opposes Juan Nicasio and the Rockies on Tuesday at Marlins Park.
5/21/2012 | Quality becoming norm for Dickey, McDonald
R.A. Dickey will take the mound Tuesday for the Mets looking to extend his quality start streak against the Pirates, who counter with James McDonald.
5/21/2012 | Hot hitters on Friars, Cardinals square off
Baseball is a game of streaks and matchups, and both the Cardinals and Padres have some hot hitters who will be looking forward to taking on their opponent in the second game of a three-game set at Busch Stadium on Tuesday.
5/20/2012 | Manny eager to regain his rhythm in Triple-A
Manny being Manny might just be a thing of the past. A humbled Manny Ramirez spoke of his renewed faith and his determination to get back to the Major Leagues on Saturday afternoon.
5/20/2012 | Red Sox swat four homers, halt Phils' win streak
The Red Sox hit four home runs in a 7-5 victory over the Phillies on Saturday night at Citizens Bank Park, backing an effective six-inning outing by Jon Lester and evening the Interleague series.
5/20/2012 | Jones has big night to lead O's past Nationals
Baltimore's first four hitters -- Robert Andino, J.J. Hardy, Nick Markakis and Adam Jones -- combined for eight of the team's 10 hits and all six RBIs as the O's downed the Nationals, 6-5, on Saturday night at Nationals Park.
More Results >