4/17/2012 | Wood in Chicago for cortisone shot in shoulder
Reliever Kerry Wood returned to Chicago on Tuesday and will miss the Cubs' series in Miami.
4/17/2012 | Jury selection continues in Clemens retrial
The meticulous process of selecting a jury in the federal perjury retrial of Roger Clemens continued Tuesday at a pace that had Judge Reggie Walton wondering whether the panel could be seated as quickly as anticipated.
4/17/2012 | Cano's recent skid minor in Girardi's eyes
Entering Tuesday's game against the Twins, Robinson Cano had just three hits in the last five games. But manager Joe Girardi is pleased with the second baseman's approach at the plate.
4/17/2012 | Nats' Jackson gets 2011 World Series ring
Early Tuesday afternoon, Nationals manager Davey Johnson surprised right-hander Edwin Jackson by presenting him with the World Series ring he earned as a member of the 2011 Cardinals.
4/17/2012 | Harrison, Darvish flip-flop spots in rotation
The Rangers are switching Matt Harrison and Yu Darvish in the rotation. Darvish will pitch on Thursday against the Tigers and Harrison will pitch on Friday.
4/17/2012 | Bell squares away mechanical, mental issues
Mentally and physically, Heath Bell feels he is back. The next step is to get on the mound and lock down that first save.
4/17/2012 | Damon focusing on Tribe, not 3,000 hits
Johnny Damon is closing in on a major milestone -- the kind that could increase his chances for Hall of Fame consideration -- but the veteran outfielder is not citing his historic chase as a reason for signing with the Indians.
4/17/2012 | Indians place Asdrubal on bereavement list
The Indians will be without All-Star shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera for at least the next six games. On Tuesday, Cleveland placed Cabrera on baseball's bereavement list in light of the death of his grandfather.
4/17/2012 | Morneau sits vs. CC, but eager to return to first
A day after playing first base for the first time this season, Justin Morneau said he felt just fine on Tuesday, though he was held out of the Twins' lineup due to his history of struggles against Yankees starter CC Sabathia.
4/17/2012 | Early schedule allowing Johan extra rest
The soft part of the schedule is nearly complete for left-hander Johan Santana, who made his third start of the season Tuesday on an extra day of rest. Santana has one more start scheduled on an extra day, before his first outing on regular rest coming April 28.
4/17/2012 | Mets catchers putting in extra film study
Each afternoon, before most players and coaches arrive to the park, catchers Josh Thole and Mike Nickeas camp in front of a laptop to begin scouting the opposition.
4/17/2012 | Span, Gardenhire ejected in eventful third
Twins center fielder Denard Span and manager Ron Gardenhire were both ejected by home-plate umpire Greg Gibson for arguing balls and strikes during the third inning of Tuesday's game against the Yankees.
4/17/2012 | Crawford sees first game action since last year
Carl Crawford had four at-bats in an extended spring game in Fort Myers, Fla., on Tuesday, his first game action for the Red Sox since last season ended.
4/17/2012 | Kauffman Stadium pads walls to end debates
It wasn't nearly as drastic as the major renovations that took place before the 2009 season, but there was a slight alteration made to outfield walls at Kauffman Stadium this offseason.
4/17/2012 | CarGo back in the Rockies' lineup
Carlos Gonzalez, who missed four games because of strep throat, returned to his customary No. 3 spot in the Rockies' lineup on Tuesday.
4/17/2012 | Astros doing good job getting on base
The Astros entered Tuesday with a .399 on-base percentage, which was the third-best mark in the National League.
4/17/2012 | Hochevar's start pushed back to Friday
After being hit in the ankle with a line drive last Friday, Luke Hochevar's status for his next start was in question. But after a few days of working his way back to health, Hochevar won't miss a start after all.
4/17/2012 | Mattingly fine with Gordon learning on the job
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said that leadoff hitter Dee Gordon's .273 on-base percentage entering Tuesday is something he's "prepared to live with" as Gordon learns on the job.
4/17/2012 | Rays' Price looking to rebound against Jays
David Price takes the mound against the Toronto Blue Jays on Wednesday coming off a three-inning start against the Boston Red Sox.
4/17/2012 | Feeling fresh, Tim Hudson eyes late April return
With two more Minor League rehab starts scheduled before he is activated from the disabled list, Tim Hudson believes he is in better shape than he would have been two weeks before his regular season debut in a normal season.
4/17/2012 | Aramis meets with Roenicke about slow start
Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez took advantage of his manager's open door policy on Tuesday to discuss his quietest start to a season in a nearly a decade.
4/17/2012 | Jays' Thames talks to kids about healthy living
Eric Thames had a clear message for a group of children at St. Andrews Public School in Scarborough, Ont., on Tuesday afternoon: Exercise is fun.
4/17/2012 | Rice talks Fenway, Red Sox at Fan Cave
Former Red Sox great and Hall of Famer Jim Rice spent Tuesday at the Fan Cave chatting with fans and posing for photos behind Boston's 2004 and 2007 World Series trophies.
4/17/2012 | Tigers' Inge finding his old hitting form
Brandon Inge, who pushed himself through a rigorous strength program in the offseason, delivered the big blow Monday night with a two-run homer to right-center that lifted the Tigers to a 3-2 win over Kansas City.
4/17/2012 | White Sox closer Santiago knows importance of short memory
After blowing a save to the Orioles on Monday, closer Hector Santiago listened to advice the great Mariano Rivera gave in a previous interview.
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