5/15/2012 | Miami not converting when in scoring position
After going 1-for-8 with runners in scoring position in Monday's 3-2 loss to the Pirates, the Marlins entered Tuesday hitting an MLB-low .201 with runners in scoring position.
5/15/2012 | Braves' Delgado 'covering up,' settling into rotation
The cover-up may be worse than the act in some walks of life, but it's working wonders for Atlanta Braves rookie pitcher Randall Delgado. Delgado's ability to cover up is helping make him a popular figure in the Braves' clubhouse.
5/15/2012 | Angels plan on keeping Pujols in No. 3 spot
Albert Pujols has struggled early in the season, but manager Mike Scioscia isn't giving much thought to temporarily hitting Pujols lower in the lineup while he tries to figure it out.
5/15/2012 | Pleskoff: Giants' Culberson showing potential
Called up on Mother's Day from Triple-A Fresno, Charlie Culberson took the field for the Giants at the age of 23. Culberson is a promising player who is being given an opportunity to display his craft as a second baseman on baseball's biggest stage.
5/15/2012 | Guerrero reports to Blue Jays Minors complex
Designated hitter Vladimir Guerrero reported to the Blue Jays Minor League complex in Dunedin, Fla., on Tuesday morning. He is considered a possible option to help improve the Blue Jays' offense.
5/15/2012 | Mets fans can relive memories on Citi Tuesdays
Mookie Wilson and Ron Swoboda participated in an event that was part of a series of promotions by the Mets' corporate sponsors called Citi Tuesdays, which were created to increase fan participation with former and current players.
5/15/2012 | O's lean toward second injection for Reimold
Orioles outfielder Nolan Reimold isn't showing signs of improvement from Friday's epidural injection in his sore neck, and manager Buck Showalter acknowledged on Tuesday that administering a second shot -- which would further delay Reimold's timetable -- is becoming increasingly likely.
5/15/2012 | Berkman scratch not related to injury
Lance Berkman was a game-time scratch from the Cardinals' lineup, though the team did not announce what prompted manager Mike Matheny to pull his starting first baseman.
5/15/2012 | Rookie Hughes emerges as key Bucs reliever
Pirates closer Joel Hanrahan has collected seven saves, while setup men Jason Grilli and Juan Cruz have been excellent. But rookie Jared Hughes has quietly been one of the best relievers in baseball.
5/15/2012 | Crew's Weeks hopes HR can get him going
Rickie Weeks returned to the Brewers' lineup as promised on Tuesday and went 1-for-5 with three strikeouts. Manager Ron Roenicke is hoping desperately that the one hit was a big one.
5/15/2012 | Rangers give Andrus, Cruz a break vs. KC
For the second straight day, two of the Rangers' biggest bats are missing in the starting lineup. Elvis Andrus and Nelson Cruz got a day off as the Rangers faced the Royals on Tuesday night.
5/15/2012 | Winning essay symbolizes fan's resilience
Hunter Youngblood was one of four first-place winners in Major League Baseball's Breaking Barriers essay contest, which recognizes students who use the personal values of Jackie Robinson to overcome adversity.
5/15/2012 | Ryan's first no-no thrown 39 years ago vs. KC
Nolan Ryan hadn't thought about it, but Tuesday was the 39th anniversary of his May 15, 1973, no-hitter against the Royals -- the first of his seven no-hitters and the first of three no-hitters in the history of Kauffman Stadium.
5/15/2012 | Cobb, Archer likely starter candidates for Rays
With Jeff Niemann on the disabled list, the Rays' leading candidates to replace him in the rotation are Minor League starters Alex Cobb and Chris Archer.
5/15/2012 | Soria, Duffy can look to Chen for inspiration
Royals closer Joakim Soria already has had Tommy John surgery this year and starter Danny Duffy apparently is headed in that direction. If they need inspiration about recovering from the reconstructive elbow surgery, they can look no further than teammate Bruce Chen.
5/15/2012 | Wright, Collins smooth things over
To protect David Wright, manager Terry Collins pinch-hit for his star third baseman, which set up a heated argument between the two in the dugout in between innings.
5/15/2012 | Big Fish frame backs JJ in first win since April 2011
The Marlins finally got the big inning on offense they've been looking for, and Josh Johnson got his first win since last April, as Miami capped a five-game homestand with a 6-2 win against the Pirates on Tuesday.
5/15/2012 | Dodgers' Ethier easily handles start in center
With Matt Kemp on the 15-day DL, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly put together his most interesting outfield alignment this season, with Andre Ethier making his first career start in center.
5/15/2012 | Ripper knows hit-streak record vulnerable
Jack Clark senses that somebody will someday eclipse the 26-game hitting streak he built in 1978, which remains the Giants' longest since they moved from New York to San Francisco in 1958.
5/15/2012 | Gibson quiet on brushbacks between aces
One day after D-backs right-hander Ian Kennedy and Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw exchanged brushback pitches, Arizona manager Kirk Gibson said he was not sure what all the commotion was about.
5/15/2012 | Tulowitzki back in action after foul-ball injury
The Rockies breathed a collective sigh of relief Tuesday after Troy Tulowitzki was inserted back into the starting lineup following Monday night's injury scare.
5/15/2012 | Collins' cool head prevails in hot moment
As the bottom of the seventh inning of Tuesday night's game at Citi Field began, Mets manager Terry Collins said he had only one option in mind: limit the damage.
5/15/2012 | Giants' Arias exits after getting hit by pitch
Giants third baseman Joaquin Arias sustained a left forearm contusion when he was hit by a pitch in the fourth inning of Tuesday night's game against the Colorado Rockies.
5/15/2012 | Darvish faces A's going for sixth career win
Yu Darvish is going for his sixth win of the season as the Rangers take on Tommy Milone and the A's on Wednesday at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
5/15/2012 | Bedard, Gio set to square off in southpaw battle
Erik Bedard is hoping his start Wednesday against the Nationals goes much better -- and lasts much longer -- than his abbreviated start last week against the same club.
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