4/10/2012 | MLB Notebook: Darvish debuts for Rangers
In his Major League debut on Monday, the Rangers' Yu Darvish surrendered five runs in 5 2/3 innings -- with four runs coming in the first -- but earned the win.
4/10/2012 | Vlad charged in Dominican for assault in brawl
Nine-time All-Star and 2004 American League MVP Vladimir Guerrero was in police custody in the Dominican Republic on Tuesday and was being charged with physical and verbal assault to an authority, according to multiple reports.
4/10/2012 | Scully misses Dodgers home opener with cold
Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully will miss Tuesday's Dodgers home opener with a cold.
4/10/2012 | Tigers tab Wilk as fill-in starter for Fister
Adam Wilk was one of the first cuts from the Tigers' fifth-starter competition in Spring Training. But after one turn through the rotation at Triple-A Toledo, he had by far the best start. Thus, Wilk is getting the call to fill the latest void for the Tigers.
4/10/2012 | Inge begins rehab at Toledo on Tuesday
Brandon Inge will go on rehab with Triple-A Toledo on Tuesday night, when he'll be the designated hitter for the Mud Hens against Louisville. He'll play second base for the Hens on Wednesday and Thursday, stretching out to seven innings.
4/10/2012 | Avila gets first day of rest in opener vs. Rays
After catching all 29 innings in the Tigers' three-game opening series against the Red Sox -- and battling a cold in the process -- Alex Avila got a well-deserved day off Tuesday as the Tigers open up a three-game series against the Rays.
4/10/2012 | Scherzer still trying to fix mechanical flaw
When Max Scherzer struggled through the Tigers' Spring Training finale a week ago, he looked on the bright side, that he was able to identify a flaw in his delivery out of the stretch before the regular season.
4/10/2012 | Mid-markets willing to take $100 million risks
Perhaps the best evidence that the nine-figure contract is no longer a novelty or the exclusive domain of baseball's financial titans emerged just last week, when the seventh $100 million contract since the end of last season was signed -- a record run of frequency in the realm of the sport's financial pinnacle.
4/10/2012 | Hamstring still tight, but Scott says DL unlikely
An MRI exam on Luke Scott's tight left hamstring "showed a lot of inflammation," but he doesn't believe the injury will put him on the disabled list. Instead, he thinks he'll be out for three to five days.
4/10/2012 | Longoria enjoys aerobatics flight over Tampa
Evan Longoria recently took a walk on the wild side when he flew in an aerobatics plane over Tampa, Fla.
4/10/2012 | Shields familiar with Masters winner's game
Count Bubba Watson among those James Shields has played with in the past. So Shields was pleased that Watson won this year's Masters on Sunday.
4/10/2012 | Reds, Phillips come to terms on six-year deal
First Joey Votto got his long-term contract, and on Tuesday it was Brandon Phillips' turn. Phillips and the Reds agreed Tuesday on a six-year contract worth $72.5 million.
4/10/2012 | Bauman: Onus on Ozzie to appease Cuban community
Ozzie Guillen's comments are protected by the First Amendment, but they have still cost him in the form of a five-game suspension. But he has a much longer and tougher task on his hands, re-establishing favorable relations with the Cuban community in South Florida.
4/10/2012 | Manuel not sounding alarm over Phillies' offense
When a rookie second baseman has a quarter of the team's RBIs and a quarter of the extra-base hits, is it time to worry? Charlie Manuel and the Phils say no.
4/10/2012 | Twins optimistic offense will shift into gear
Though they've been outscored, 20-6, in four defeats, the Twins are confident, and are quick to point out they've played less than 2.5 percent of the schedule.
4/10/2012 | Pleskoff: Indians have trio of strong young arms
While Jeanmar Gomez is already in the Indians' rotation, the club also has a pair of strong arms in the Minors in Nick Hagadone and Chen Lee.
4/10/2012 | Tigers pounce, now 4-0
It took back-to-back hits in the eighth from Miguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder to help decide the Tigers' series-opening pitching duel, sending Detroit to its fourth straight win with a 5-2 decision vs. Tampa Bay on Tuesday afternoon at Comerica Park.
4/10/2012 | Marlins have no doubt about Ozzie's sincerity
Following his news conference at Marlins Park, Ozzie Guillen will be returning to Philadelphia, and he plans on apologizing to his players, who feel their skipper's remorse is sincere.
4/10/2012 | Trumbo and third base: Match made in heaven?
With Albert Pujols at first, Kendrys Morales at DH and the outfield set, mastering third base is Mark Trumbo's only hope of getting consistent playing time.
4/10/2012 | Postponement gives Indians needed rest
The Tribe received some extra rest on Tuesday, when its game against the White Sox was postponed due to inclement weather.
4/10/2012 | Wright sidelined with fractured right pinkie
David Wright fractured his right pinkie during Monday's 4-3 win over the Nationals. The injury forced the third baseman out of Tuesday's lineup and will require a splint.
4/10/2012 | Ethier's homer beats Bucs in LA's home opener
Andre Ethier launched a home run in the bottom of the eighth to give the Dodgers a win over the Pirates in Tuesday's home opener that began a season-long 50th anniversary season of Dodger Stadium.
4/10/2012 | Brewers, Greinke table contract talks
The Brewers and Zack Greinke's agent have decided to suspend talks about a contract extension, Milwaukee general manager Doug Melvin said Tuesday.
4/10/2012 | White Sox rainout delays Humber's debut
Philip Humber's season debut was pushed back after the White Sox game against the Indians at Progressive Field was postponed on Tuesday. John Danks will pitch Wednesday's series finale, while Humber will start Monday against the Orioles.
4/10/2012 | Ike's rest a strategic move by Mets
Ike Davis isn't experiencing symptoms of the Valley Fever diagnosis he received in Spring Training. But that does not give the Mets license to play him every day.
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