5/12/2012 | Hall ready to play all over for Orioles
Utility man Bill Hall was in Baltimore and starting in left field for Saturday's game against Tampa Bay after the Orioles purchased his contract from Triple-A Norfolk.
5/12/2012 | Like Bautista, Encarnacion thrives vs. Twins
Edwin Encarnacion blasted his 11th home run of the season Friday night and nobody who's followed the Twins the last few years could have been surprised. A career .320 hitter with eight home runs and 21 RBIs in 20 games against Minnesota, Encarnacion now has six home runs in nine games at Target Field.
5/12/2012 | Ventura credits Dunn's mental approach
Manager Robin Ventura points to Adam Dunn's mindset as much as physical changes for the designated hitter's ability to match last year's home run total of 11 in just 33 games.
5/12/2012 | Astros' Martinez slated to play on Sunday
Astros left fielder J.D. Martinez, who was out of the lineup for the third consecutive game on Saturday, will return to the lineup for Sunday's series finale against the Pirates, according to manager Brad Mills. Martinez has been given some time off while he's in a 1-for-31 slump.
5/12/2012 | Justice: Tough road ahead, but Halos have time
There must have been five or six other times this season when Angels manager Mike Scioscia watched a game like the one on Saturday and thought the worst finally was over and his team was about to begin a sprint to the postseason.
5/12/2012 | Sore heel doesn't keep Papi from playing
David Ortiz was back in the starting lineup on Saturday against Cleveland after leaving Friday's game early with soreness in his left heel.
5/12/2012 | Bochy gradually easing Huff back into action
Aubrey Huff has pinch-hit three times since coming off the disabled list. Giants manager Bruce Bochy said he's not quite ready to have Huff return to the lineup.
5/12/2012 | Hamstring strain slows Kemp's steals pursuit
Matt Kemp is on pace to slug 60 home runs, but the stolen-base part of his 50/50 goal is virtually off the table.
5/12/2012 | D-backs' Drew slides for first time since injury
D-backs shortstop Stephen Drew, amid a long road back since breaking his ankle last July, slid for the first time since the injury and reported no problems afterward.
5/12/2012 | Reddick riding powerful wave for A's
While Brandon Inge's two grand slams this week have garnered much of the attention, Josh Reddick has also been sizzling. Reddick came into Saturday's game hitting .417 (10-for-24) with four homers and 10 RBIs in his previous six games.
5/12/2012 | Jose Bautista homers after review reverses call
Instant replay overturned a call on the field on Saturday and resulted in Jose Bautista's 10th home run in 10 career games at Target Field.
5/12/2012 | Tigers promote Turner to Triple-A Toledo
Jacob Turner's lower-level rehab assignment is over. The Tigers' top prospect has been promoted to Triple-A Toledo for his next start Sunday against Gwinnett.
5/12/2012 | Colvin making case for more starts with Rox
The idea that outfielder Tyler Colvin is strictly a backup for the Rockies could be changing.
5/12/2012 | A's Weeks leaves game with ankle injury
A's second baseman Jemile Weeks came out of Saturday's game after injuring his left ankle when he stumbled running out of the batter's box on a single in the second inning against the Tigers.
5/12/2012 | Doubront, spotless relievers lead Red Sox to win
Felix Doubront allowed just one run in six innings of a 4-1 win over the Indians at Fenway Park on Saturday night, the third game of four in the series.
5/12/2012 | Bautista's blast backs Hutchison's start in win
Jose Bautista did it again. Bautista's 10th home run in 10 games at Target Field backed the solid pitching of Drew Hutchison to lift Toronto to a 2-1 victory over Minnesota on Saturday night.
5/12/2012 | Beachy, Braves cruise to victory over Cards
Brandon Beachy has been a model of consistency this season. The right-hander gave up one run on two hits over six innings Saturday night to lead the Braves to a 7-2 win over the Cardinals before 44,157 at Busch Stadium.
5/12/2012 | Legends win Pepsi MAX Field of Dreams game
Rickey Henderson and the team of Legends summoned their All-Star ability in a 12-11, six-inning exhibition victory against contest winner Tim Wisecup and his team of average Joes during Saturday's Pepsi MAX Field of Dreams game at Huntington Park.
5/12/2012 | Orioles squeak by in second game vs. Rays
Behind a solid outing from Brian Matusz and an offense fueled by five Tampa Bay errors, Baltimore notched a 5-3 win on Saturday night to extend its lead in the American League East to two games.
5/12/2012 | Zimmermann finds comfort zone vs. Reds
Jordan Zimmermann struck out nine Reds over seven innings of one-run, five-hit baseball in beating the Reds, 2-1, on Saturday.
5/12/2012 | Tribe's Santana getting more starts at first
On Saturday, Carlos Santana was in the starting lineup as the first baseman with lefty Felix Doubront on the mound for the Red Sox. Using Santana at first base rather than as a DH on the days he doesn't catch has been an unexpected trend.
5/12/2012 | Public memorial for Beane set for Wednesday
Fans can pay their final respects to Carl Beane, the Fenway Park public address announcer who died on May 9, at a public memorial service on Wednesday.
5/12/2012 | Kotsay exits with back tightness vs. Phils
Outfielder Mark Kotsay left Saturday's game against the Phillies with a tight lower back.
5/12/2012 | Dice-K allows five runs in fourth rehab outing
Daisuke Matsuzaka allowed five runs during his rehab outing for Triple-A Pawtucket on Saturday, and he might need another rehab outing before returning to the Red Sox rotation. The right-hander had Tommy John surgery last June.
5/12/2012 | MRI for Nats' Ramos after injuring right knee
Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos injured his right knee while chasing after a passed ball at Great American Ball Park on Saturday night.
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