4/4/2012 | Royals' Duffy excels in front of family
A group of fans wearing Danny Duffy jerseys were waiting outside the Diamond ballpark after the Royals' 7-6 victory over the Padres on Wednesday.
4/4/2012 | History made in Marlins Park's debut
Marlins Park on Wednesday hosted St. Louis and Miami in the first regular-season game to take place in the U.S., and the contest produced a number of memorable firsts for the new stadium.
4/4/2012 | Police confront Angels' Hunter in his home
Angels right fielder Torii Hunter was confronted by Newport Beach, Calif., police officers with their guns drawn inside his home on Wednesday after he'd accidentally tripped an alarm.
4/4/2012 | Early verdict: Marlins Park pitcher-friendly
It's a small sample size, but South Florida's newest Major League stadium appears on its way to gaining a reputation as a pitcher's park.
4/4/2012 | Opener has extra meaning for Rays' Shields
Rays right-hander James Shields will make the fourth Opening Day start of his career on Friday against the Yankees.
4/4/2012 | Danks' first Opening Day start well-deserved
At 26 years old and with his first career Opening Day start coming on Friday in Arlington, John Danks seems poised for the challenge.
4/4/2012 | D-backs ace Kennedy driven by humbling past
D-backs ace Ian Kennedy had a season in 2011 that pitchers dream about, but the memory of his struggles with the Yankees in 2008 is still too fresh for him ever to let down his guard.
4/4/2012 | Opening Day start brings many firsts for Rockies Guthrie
Rockies right-hander Jeremy Guthrie can approach Friday's Opening Day start against the Astros at Minute Maid Park with a mix of veteran's calm and newbie's wonder.
4/4/2012 | Lincecum aims to rise again in Phoenix
Tim Lincecum was rocked the last time he pitched at Chase Field. He's expecting a much better show when he takes the field against the defending NL West champion D-backs on Opening Day on Friday in Phoenix to kick off the 2012 season.
4/4/2012 | Opening Day start a first, but familiar for Arrieta
Officially, it will be Jake Arrieta's first Opening Day start. But manager Buck Showalter, who informed the 26-year-old right-hander Monday that he will get the ball Friday afternoon, feels differently.
4/4/2012 | Wandy continues to light up mound, clubhouse
Opening Day starter Wandy Rodriguez is the longest-tenured current Astros player and one of the most likable guys in Houston's clubhouse.
4/4/2012 | Texas' Lewis calm amid Opening Day hoopla
What Michael Young is to the Rangers' lineup, Colby Lewis is to their pitching staff. That's why he will take the baseball and be Texas' starting pitcher on Opening Day.
4/4/2012 | Pirates hope to get to where Phillies are
The Phillies start their season on Thursday hoping to extend a run of five consecutive NL East titles. The Pirates hope to continue building on the improvement they made last season.
4/4/2012 | Blue Jays hit Cleveland in duel of improving clubs
The Blue Jays and Indians both made strides last season, and as they continue to advance toward the postseason, they meet up on Opening Day in Cleveland on Thursday.
4/4/2012 | Heavyweight clash as Red Sox visit Tigers
Both the Tigers and Red Sox have serious World Series expectations, which makes their Opening Day matchup even more intriguing.
4/4/2012 | Braves, Mets start off with something to prove
While the Braves intend to bounce back from a disappointing conclusion to the 2011 season, the Mets hope to prove the doubters wrong.
4/4/2012 | Rising Nats visit Cubs' new regime in opener
The Cubs welcome the rising Nationals to Wrigley for an interdivisional opener that features two intriguingly contrasting clubs.
4/4/2012 | It's now Reds' turn to host their own party
Thursday's contest between the hometown Reds and visiting Marlins features two clubs with high aspirations and expectations of playing in October.
4/4/2012 | Opener marks year of change for Dodgers, Padres
Rarely before their Opening Day 2012 matchup have the Padres and Dodgers both seen so much change heading into a season.
4/4/2012 | Where to see baseball's top prospects in 2012
The 2012 season begins in full force Thursday, and not just in the Major League markets. The Minor League season gets under way as well, giving fans the opportunity to see the top prospects in action, live and on MiLB.TV.
4/4/2012 | Opener between Yanks, Rays sets tone for AL East
The reigning AL East champion Yankees visit the 2011 Wild Card-winning Rays in Friday's season opener in the first of 18 head-to-head meetings between the rivals.
4/4/2012 | Mariners, A's resume series after split in Japan
After launching the season in Tokyo with a split of two games, the A's and Mariners resume their unorthodox four-game series on Friday night at the Coliseum in Oakland.
4/4/2012 | NLCS rivalry renewed in Brewers' opener
The stakes will be a good bit lower, but the intensity level likely won't be when the Cardinals and Brewers meet on Friday in Milwaukee's season opener at Miller Park.
4/4/2012 | Morrow, Ubaldo set to duel in season debuts
After a record 16-inning game on Opening Day, the Blue Jays and Indians resume their series on Saturday at Progressive Field after a much-needed off-day Friday. Brandon Morrow opposes Ubaldo Jimenez, who is appealing a five-game suspension.
4/3/2012 | Ubaldo appealing suspension in Tulo incident
Indians starter Ubaldo Jimenez is appealing his five-game suspension and fine by Major League baseball for hitting Colorado's Troy Tulowitzki with a pitch on Sunday.
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