5/11/2012 | Despite slump, Crew's Weeks to stay in lineup
Even as his season-opening slump continues, don't expect to see Rickie Weeks come out of the Brewers' lineup anytime soon.
5/11/2012 | Springsteen to play Fenway Park in August
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will celebrate the ballpark's 100th anniversary with a concert on Aug. 14, pending city approval. The group made history on Sept. 6, 2003, when they headlined the first rock concert at Fenway Park.
5/11/2012 | White Sox return Sale to starting rotation
The White Sox announced on Friday that left-hander Chris Sale will return to the starting rotation and will take the mound on Saturday against the Royals at U.S. Cellular Field.
5/11/2012 | Bonifacio sets Marlins record with 16th steal
Emilio Bonifacio's successful steal off Mets lefty Johan Santana was the 16th by the speedy center fielder in 16 attempts this season, breaking Chuck Carr's club-record 15-for-15 start in 1994.
5/11/2012 | Valentine wondering if Beckett's tipping pitches
The manager thinks Josh Beckett may be tipping pitches, and the pitching coach does not. Combined with the perceived impropriety of Beckett's golf outing from eight days ago, Friday did little to make sense of what's going on with one of the Red Sox's biggest names.
5/11/2012 | HOFers not taking Field of Dreams Game lightly
Don't tell the participants in Saturday's Pepsi MAX Field of Dreams Game that it's an exhibition. Both the baseball legends and the team of everyday people are ready for Saturday's battle at Huntington Park in Columbus, Ohio.
5/11/2012 | Gardner tried to come back too soon
Brett Gardner estimates that his strained right elbow was at 95 percent when he started his rehab assignment, not the necessary 100 percent, and that will cost the Yankees speedster at least another two weeks on the disabled list.
5/11/2012 | Giants place Theriot on DL, call up Loux
The Giants placed infielder Ryan Theriot on the 15-day disabled list on Friday with right elbow inflammation and called up reliever Shane Loux from Triple-A Fresno.
5/11/2012 | Cubs' Sveum enjoys reunion with Brewers
Dale Sveum had a chance to chat with Bob Uecker, catch up with Rickie Weeks, and talk to Brewers general manager Doug Melvin before Friday's game, his first at Miller Park as the manager of the Cubs.
5/11/2012 | Johnson's late homer propels O's in win
While Nick Johnson was mired in his 0-for-28 start to the season, a hitless streak that spanned all of April, it would have been hard to imagine a game in which he took on the role of hero.
5/11/2012 | Norris throws gem as Astros blank Bucs
The Astros' bullpen made Bud Norris' strong effort stand up, keeping the Pirates off the board for the final three innings to preserve a 1-0 win at PNC Park.
5/11/2012 | Bernadina keys attack behind Gio in win
Roger Bernadina and Danny Espinosa hit two-run home runs, and Gio Gonzalez struck out nine in five innings to lead the Nationals to a 7-3 win against the Reds at Great American Ball Park Friday night.
5/11/2012 | Cards honor La Russa with pregame ceremony
The idea of being Friday night's center of attention was not one Tony La Russa initially embraced. Incredulous, he said, was the best way to describe his reaction.
5/11/2012 | Braves pinch-hitter Hinske ejected in eighth inning
Braves pinch-hitter Eric Hinske was ejected in the top of the eighth inning after he was called out on strikes by home-plate umpire Mike Muchlinski on Friday.
5/11/2012 | Dodgers get Lakers jerseys from Magic
When the Dodgers reported to the clubhouse on Friday, each player and uniformed staff member found a pair of No. 32 Lakers jerseys signed by new part-owner Magic Johnson.
5/11/2012 | Ventura mulling three-way closing committee
Who's pitching the ninth? That's been a question asked of first-year White Sox manager Robin Ventura all season. Addison Reed, Matt Thornton and Hector Santiago are all options.
5/11/2012 | Tigers' Avila set for return to lineup Saturday
Alex Avila was out of the Tigers lineup for the third time in four days, but manager Jim Leyland characterized it as more of a matchup move than an injury concern.
5/11/2012 | Injured D-backs hurler Hudson faces hitters
D-backs right-hander Daniel Hudson faced hitters Friday for the first time since going on the disabled list on April 21 with a right shoulder impingement.
5/11/2012 | Berkman takes BP, return date uncertain
Though Lance Berkman had projected Friday as the day he'd come off the disabled list, the slugger will take at least one more day to heal his strained left calf.
5/11/2012 | Vogelsong gets injection, says back is fine
Giants pitcher Ryan Vogelsong had an injection in his back on Thursday, but said the procedure was done for maintenance, not because of any discomfort.
5/11/2012 | Sizemore rejoins A's, begins rehab process
Scott Sizemore, primed for a breakout year at third before incurring a torn ACL in his left knee on the first day of spring workouts, shed himself of his brace just last week and is working to regain strength and range of motion.
5/11/2012 | Colorado's Chacin hasn't started throwing yet
Rockies right-hander Jhoulys Chacin has been limited to strengthening exercises since it was determined that he is suffering from shoulder inflammation. The injury is believed to have played a factor in his 0-3 start and 7.30 ERA through five outings.
5/11/2012 | Morton wants sinking feeling against Astros
When the Pirates host J.A. Happ and the Astros on Saturday, Charlie Morton will find out if the sideline work he's put in with the sinker pays off.
5/11/2012 | Halladay, Volquez take hill looking for support
When it comes to getting run support, Roy Halladay and Edinson Volquez are two very unlucky pitchers. They will oppose each other Saturday when the Phillies host the Padres in the second game of this weekend's three-game series.
5/11/2012 | Facing former team, Noesi set to duel Hughes
Right-hander Hector Noesi gets the ball for the Mariners against Yankees righty Phil Hughes as the two clubs continue their three-game series in the Bronx on Saturday.
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