4/14/2012 | Players' consensus: Marlins Park plays big
People describe Marlins Park in a lot of different ways, but players seem to all describe it the same way. Big.
4/14/2012 | Marlins give sore Infante night off as precaution
A sore left groin kept Omar Infante out of the starting lineup against the Astros at Marlins Park. Donnie Murphy started at second base for Infante, who is hopeful to be back in the lineup on Sunday.
4/14/2012 | Crew recalls Farris for infield insurance
Eric Farris was recalled from Triple-A Nashville as infield insurance on Saturday, but his stay is likely to again be brief with Alex Gonzalez expected back from paternity leave on Tuesday.
4/14/2012 | Jungmann, Bradley off to hot starts in Minors
Taylor Jungmann is tied for the Florida State League lead in victories, while Brevard County teammate Jed Bradley has yet to allow an earned run in the Class A Advanced circuit.
4/14/2012 | Izturis gets first start at shortstop with Brewers
With Alex Gonzalez away on paternity leave, Cesar Izturis got his first start at shortstop for the Brewers on Saturday night, and he will be back in the lineup again in the series finale against the Braves on Sunday.
4/14/2012 | Royals' Gordon getting things going offensively
After a well-documented sluggish start to the season, Royals outfielder Alex Gordon has reached base three times and picked up two hits in back-to-back games.
4/14/2012 | Francoeur taking his hacks in No. 2 spot
Royals outfielder Jeff Francoeur is getting his first taste of batting in the two-hole in a Major League lineup and he kind of likes the idea.
4/14/2012 | Teaford likely candidate to fill rotation spot
Manager Ned Yost said he didn't know whether or not Luke Hochevar would make his next start, but if he can't, the Royals have a prime candidate in reliever Everett Teaford.
4/14/2012 | Astros stun Bell, Marlins with four-run ninth
The Astros' ability to come back changed Saturday night when they got up off the mat and rallied for four runs in the ninth inning against closer Heath Bell and pulled out a 5-4, come-from-behind win over the Marlins before a stunned crowd at Marlins Park.
4/14/2012 | Chipper remains hopeful for Sunday return
With some swelling still around his surgically repaired left knee, Chipper Jones was limited to potential pinch-hit duties on Saturday night.
4/14/2012 | Diaz happy with limited role on Braves
Matt Diaz did not need to be reminded that his two-run shot during Friday night's six-run fifth inning was his first home in a little more than 19 months.
4/14/2012 | D-backs' Cahill will keep battling
Trevor Cahill only gave up one run over six innings in his first start in a D-backs uniform last Tuesday, but he was less than pleased with the six walks he gave up.
4/14/2012 | D-backs' Upton wisely using speed to get on base
Justin Upton took advantage of what the Rockies defense gave him on Friday night, when he bunted for a base hit.
4/14/2012 | Astros' Martinez's family, friends pack Marlins Park
They were in full force down in the left-field seats at Marlins Park, waving signs and wearing Astros jerseys. The family and friends of Miami native J.D. Martinez, who hit the first home run in the history of the new ballpark on Friday, numbered 150 people on Saturday.
4/14/2012 | Hall of Famer Hamilton adds Miami park to long list
Milo Hamilton, who announced earlier this year he was stepping down at the end of the season as the club's full-time radio voice, is with the Astros this weekend at Marlins Park, which is the 59th Major League ballpark in which he has called a game.
4/14/2012 | Luhnow eagerly awaits World Series ring
The St. Louis Cardinals players, coaches and front-office officials received their World Series championship rings on Saturday in a ceremony at Busch Stadium. Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow, who came from the Cardinals, will have to wait for his.
4/14/2012 | Mills trying to juggle taxed Astros bullpen
Astros manager Brad Mills was going to have to skillfully juggle his bullpen following Friday's 11-inning loss to the Marlins in which three relievers -- Fernando Rodriguez, David Carpenter and Wilton Lopez -- threw two innings each.
4/14/2012 | Scully set for return to Dodgers booth Sunday
Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully will return to the booth Sunday for his first 2012 regular-season game at Dodger Stadium.
4/14/2012 | Mattingly tweaks Dodgers lineup vs. prospect
With right-hander Joe Wieland making his Major League debut for the Padres on Saturday night, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly decided to make a few adjustments to the team's starting lineup.
4/14/2012 | Seattle's Wedge mixes up lineup
Mariners manager Eric Wedge mixed up Saturday's starting lineup from its usual look, with Alex Liddi getting the start at third base and Casper Wells in left field. It's the second start of the season for both players.
4/14/2012 | Pirates waiting for Alvarez to 'flip the switch'
Daily, Pirates manager Clint Hurdle sees Pedro Alvarez work and hit hard before games. During them, the only thing hard about Alvarez has been watching him.
4/14/2012 | Harrison continues tour of Pirates' infield
On the day Matt Hague was optioned to Indianapolis, Clint Hurdle's starting lineup offered evidence why he went, and not someone like Josh Harrison.
4/14/2012 | Tracy gets Pacheco in Rockies' lineup
In his first two starts, Jordan Pacheco batted second and played third base last Sunday, and hit seventh while playing first base on Thursday. Manager Jim Tracy, wanting to keep Pacheco in the mix, started him at third base and hit him eighth on Saturday, a difficult spot for a young hitter with the pitcher behind him.
4/14/2012 | Rockies' Pomeranz set for Sunday debut
Left-hander Drew Pomeranz is scheduled to make his 2012 debut for the Rockies and start on Sunday, when they first need a fifth starter. However, bad weather is forecast for Sunday, which could delay him.
4/14/2012 | Rogers pitching well out of Rockies' bullpen
Reliever Esmil Rogers has pitched 3 2/3 scoreless innings in his past two games, with no walks and five strikeouts.
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