5/15/2012 | Astros' hitters face big challenge vs. Lee
Cliff Lee will be able to go a bit deeper into Tuesday's game vs. the Astros after being reeled in during his previous start. Houston has been struggling to provide its starters some run support, and it will be no easy task against Lee.
5/15/2012 | Rockies next test for Lincecum
Tim Lincecum will make his eighth start of the season Tuesday night against the Rockies, but nobody knows quite what to expect out of the two-time Cy Young Award winner.
5/15/2012 | Lewis aims to bounce back from weird start
Colby Lewis, who has been strong at home this season, gets the call Tuesday for the Rangers as they wrap up their two-game series with the Royals, who hand the ball to Vin Mazzaro for his first start of the season.
5/15/2012 | Scherzer, Peavy lock horns on South Side
Manager Jim Leyland's Tigers may be scuffling, but they remain confident in their ability to turn things around. Max Scherzer will try to help them do that Tuesday against Jake Peavy and the White Sox.
5/15/2012 | Lowe eyes continued success against Twins
Indians right-hander Derek Lowe is defying the odds at 38 and carries a team-high five victories into Tuesday's start against the Twins in the series finale at Target Field. Right-hander Jason Marquis goes for Minnesota.
5/15/2012 | Without Kemp, Dodgers set for test from D-backs
The first-place Dodgers face the D-backs on Tuesday night as they try to keep rolling without star slugger Matt Kemp.
5/15/2012 | Duel on tap as Cueto, Hudson start series finale
After winning Monday's matchup with late-inning heroics, the Reds are looking to win both games of the two-game series on Tuesday, when Johnny Cueto takes the mound in Atlanta. The Braves will counter with Tim Hudson.
5/15/2012 | Santana looks to cool A's in Anaheim
Bartolo Colon, winless since defeating the Angels on April 18, returns to Anaheim to take on Ervin Santana, who is coming off his first victory following an 0-6 start.
5/15/2012 | Bauman: Axford's note worthy of award
Before John Axford hurriedly departed Miller Park with his pregnant wife on Friday, moments after blowing a save for the first time in his past 50 opportunities, he left a handwritten note for interested members of the media on the chair in front of his locker.
5/15/2012 | Hamilton's historic week among all-time best
With a batting average of .467, nine home runs, including four in one historic game last Tuesday, plus two doubles and 18 RBIs, Josh Hamilton simply had one of the best weeks at the plate in Major League history. And he joined some heady company in the process.
5/15/2012 | Draft Notebook: Stratton making his case
The Draft Notebook will appear each week until the week prior to the 2012 First-Year Player Draft, focusing on top performers, guys rocketing up the charts, amateurs seeing their stars fading and prospects dealing with injuries.
5/15/2012 | MLB Notebook: Friedrich joins elite crew
MLB Notebook: Christian Friedrich joins elite crew
5/15/2012 | Castrovince: Braves have buried the past
September hasn't hounded the Braves, a silent winter hasn't fazed them and the dynamics of a changing division haven't daunted the
5/15/2012 | Morneau eager to rejoin Twins on Wednesday
Justin Morneau took batting practice on the field for a second straight day on Tuesday, and he will be activated off the disabled list in time for Wednesday's game against the Tigers in Detroit.
5/15/2012 | Guzman starting to heat up for Friars
After a slow start at the plate, Jesus Guzman, who was the Padres' top hitter in the second half of 2011, appears to be finding his swing.
5/15/2012 | Sore hamstring keeps Span on Twins' bench
Center fielder Denard Span was held out of Tuesday's lineup for precautionary reasons, as he's dealing with a sore right hamstring.
5/15/2012 | Pavano remaining in Minnesota until Friday
Right-hander Carl Pavano will not accompany the Twins on their two-game trip to Detroit, as he'll stay back in the Twin Cities to continue working on strengthening his right shoulder.
5/15/2012 | Hundley showing skills at nabbing basestealers
Catcher Nick Hundley entered Tuesday's game against the Nationals as the Major League leader in nabbing would-be basestealers, with 12 this season.
5/15/2012 | Third base a collaborative effort for Twins
With third baseman Danny Valencia working to improve his offense at Triple-A Rochester, the Twins will continue to use a mix of Trevor Plouffe, Jamey Carroll and Alexi Casilla at third base.
5/15/2012 | Morse, DeRosa progressing toward return
Left fielder Michael Morse was able to hit in the indoor batting cage without any problems on Tuesday. He said he will hit and throw every other day.
5/15/2012 | Nats says Rendon could return in September
The Houston Chronicle quoted Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon saying that he is probably out for the rest of the season because of a badly sprained left ankle, but a team source told MLB.com that was not the case.
5/15/2012 | Maldonado joins Nats as Leon hits DL
The Nationals placed catcher Sandy Leon on the 15-day disabled list with a high right ankle sprain and selected the contract of catcher Carlos Maldonado from Triple-A Syracuse on Tuesday.
5/15/2012 | Sprained shoulder forces Jay to Cards' DL
Still limited by the right shoulder he sprained last month, Jon Jay is headed to the 15-day disabled list, hopeful that the down time will allow the lingering discomfort to subside for good.
5/15/2012 | Indians drop Damon to seventh in batting order
Slumping Indians outfielder Johnny Damon returned to the starting lineup in Tuesday's series finale against the Minnesota Twins, one day after being replaced atop the order by Shin-Soo Choo.
5/15/2012 | Back tightness keeps Hannahan on the shelf
Indians infielder Jack Hannahan was out of the lineup for the second consecutive day Tuesday as a result of lingering tightness in his back.
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