5/16/2012 | For starters: Sale talks way back into rotation
The smile on Chris Sale's face looked something like the joy usually reserved for an exceptionally cool holiday gift, or maybe even the birth of his son. But on this occasion, it was just Sale sitting in the White Sox dugout telling the tale of how he left -- and then returned -- to the starting rotation in the matter of one week.
5/16/2012 | Inflamed elbow forces Phils' Worley to DL
The Phillies are hoping for the best with right-hander Vance Worley. They placed him on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday with inflammation in his right elbow. Worley had an ultrasound Monday and an MRI on Wednesday, which revealed inflammation in the posterior joint.
5/16/2012 | Mets to host 2013 All-Star Game at Citi Field
Major League Baseball and the City of New York announced Wednesday that the Mets will host the 2013 All-Star Game at Citi Field on July 16, 2013.
5/16/2012 | Many players off to better-than-expected starts
From young players like Drew Smyly and Lance Lynn to veterans like Barry Zito and Ryan Dempster, there have been no shortage of surprise starts from players around the big leagues.
5/16/2012 | Royals' Myers, Odorizzi move up to Triple-A
The Royals on Wednesday promoted two of their top prospects -- outfielder Wil Myers and right-hander Jake Odorizzi -- to Triple-A Omaha.
5/16/2012 | White Sox instructor Hickey dies at 56
Kevin Hickey, the beloved pregame instructor for the White Sox since 2004 and a former Sox reliever died at the age of 56 on Wednesday morning at Rush University Medical Center.
5/16/2012 | Lawyers spar as McNamee testimony continues
Through testimony that at times was testy and frustrating on both sides, Rusty Hardin, a lawyer for Roger Clemens, went after statements that Brian McNamee made before Congress and in his direct testimony earlier in the week, attempting to poke holes in the witness' credibility.
5/16/2012 | Vlad begins journey back to the big leagues
Vladimir Guerrero was at extended spring camp Wednesday, launching homers in batting practice and working his way back into baseball shape, and to the big leagues.
5/16/2012 | Wilpon: Wright 'playing like a superstar now'
A year after saying third baseman David Wright was a "good kid" but "not a superstar," in a magazine article, Mets owner Fred Wilpon partially amended that statement Wednesday, saying Wright is "playing like a superstar right now."
5/16/2012 | Hosting All-Star Game uplifting for Wilpon
Fred Wilpon, in his 33rd season as an owner of the Mets, is a survivor and the imagery couldn't have been more complete. On the day Major League Baseball formally bestowed one of its top honors on his team, Wilpon was back on sound financial and physical footing.
5/16/2012 | Lawrie handed four-game suspension
Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie was handed a four-game suspension and an undisclosed fine for his aggressive actions toward umpire Bill Miller during Tuesday night's game against the Rays.
5/16/2012 | Eye trouble resolved, Freeman back in lineup
First baseman Freddie Freeman returned to the Braves' lineup Wednesday after scratches in both eyes forced him to miss Tuesday's 6-2 victory against the Reds.
5/16/2012 | Mets' Murphy teams with Arsenio at Cave
While his home ballpark was being announced downtown Wednesday as the site of the 2013 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy was visiting the MLB Fan Cave and being asked what it might mean to play in this summer's event in Kansas City.
5/16/2012 | Castrovince: Lawrie's punishment deserved
Competitive fire at its ugliest was on display Tuesday night at Rogers Centre, where the only thing worse than home-plate umpire Bill Miller's ball-strike calls was Brett Lawrie's raging reaction to them.
5/16/2012 | Mets excited All-Star Game returning to Queens
Forty-nine years after the Mets last hosted an All-Star Game, the Midsummer Classic will return to Queens in 2013, and many current New York players are looking forward to the occasion.
5/16/2012 | Royals' Duffy prepared for Tommy John surgery
Danny Duffy isn't getting down on himself. He says he's bummed that he won't be around his teammates, but he feels fine regarding his impending Tommy John surgery and the long road of recovery back to the big leagues.
5/16/2012 | A's bring up Blackley, option Carignan
The A's officially swapped a righty reliever for a lefty one on Wednesday, bringing up Travis Blackley and optioning Andrew Carignan to Triple-A Sacramento.
5/16/2012 | Blue Jays' Vizquel talks nutrition with students
Blue Jays shortstop Omar Vizquel discussed good eating habits with some local Toronto fifth- and sixth-grade students. He also spoke about some of his offseason hobbies, and how he keeps in shape during the winter, while giving the kids some fitness tips to take home with them.
5/16/2012 | Mets' Wright, Collins on same page after dispute
The issue wasn't dead until they buried it. Both David Wright and manager Terry Collins had to address their roles in a dugout dispute on Wednesday, and this time they appeared to be on the same page.
5/16/2012 | Selig: 2014 All-Star site has not been decided
While it has been speculated that the 2014 All-Star Game will be held at the Twins' new ballpark in Minneapolis, Commissioner Bud Selig on Wednesday said a decision has not been made.
5/16/2012 | Morneau activated from DL, starts at first
Justin Morneau was activated from the disabled list and returned to the Twins' lineup Wednesday night in Detroit after being sidelined since May 1 with a sore left wrist.
5/16/2012 | Dotel's save earns him spot in MLB history
Octavio Dotel's 13 teams are a Major League record. He took his share of another record when he collected the save in Tuesday's win over the White Sox, making the Tigers the ninth team for which he has collected a save.
5/16/2012 | Carlos Quentin's rehab progress slowed
Padres outfielder and cleanup hitter Carlos Quentin has been slowed in his rehabilitation for his knee injury, manager Bud Black said. Quentin is not currently playing in rehab games and he received a cortisone shot for his right knee on Tuesday.
5/16/2012 | Dice-K trying to iron out mechanical flaws
The 30-day Minor League rehab clock that right-hander Daisuke Matsuzaka is on will expire after he makes two more starts.
5/16/2012 | Despite missing 'pen session, Nova improving
Yankees right-hander Ivan Nova, recovering from a sprained right ankle, skipped his bullpen session on Wednesday but hopes to throw one on Thursday.
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