5/11/2012 | Latos, Zimmermann set to square off in Cincy
Already having faced the Nationals five times this season, the Reds know exactly what they'll be up against in Saturday's contest at Great American Ball Park.
5/10/2012 | Two non-catches result in three runs for Royals
Just because a ball hits a glove doesn't mean an out is recorded. Just ask Jon Lester and the Red Sox, who suffered a 4-3 loss to the Royals on Wednesday.
5/10/2012 | Peavy, White Sox roll Tribe for rare blowout win
Jake Peavy earned his fourth win and Adam Dunn hit his 10th home run, as the White Sox, who scored six runs in the fourth inning, routed the Indians, 8-1, in the series finale at Progressive Field on Wednesday.
5/10/2012 | Rays stun Yanks in 9th
Matt Joyce homered as part of a four-run ninth-inning rally that led the Rays to a 4-1 win over the Yankees on Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium with 38,024 watching.
5/10/2012 | Home cooking: Royals cap homestand with win
The Royals finally kicked off their shoes, settled back on the sofa and got comfortable at home. By knocking off the Red Sox, 4-3, on Wednesday night with 18,339 fans at Kauffman Stadium, the Royals finished their homestand with a winning record (4-3). It's quite a relief after the 0-10 debacle on their first stay at The K.
5/10/2012 | Infante saves Marlins
Omar Infante poked a two-out, two-run single to center and the Marlins outlasted the Astros, 5-3, in 12 innings Wednesday at Minute Maid Park.
5/10/2012 | Vargas delivers gem as Mariners top Tigers
John Jaso delivered his second game-winning RBI of the series as the Mariners used a gem from Jason Vargas to take down the Tigers, 2-1, on Wednesday.
5/10/2012 | Cards pull away to finish off first sweep of '12
Rookie Matt Carpenter provided a lift off the bench Wednesday night for the Cardinals, who closed out their first sweep with a 7-2 win over the D-backs.
5/10/2012 | Leach: In any inning, Robertson a stud
As all of pinstripe-dom rushes to fret over whether David Robertson has the "closer mentality," whether he's up to handling the pressure of the ninth inning, remember that Robertson is an excellent pitcher, but not a perfect one.
5/10/2012 | Gwynn's big triple lifts Dodgers over Giants
Tony Gwynn's three-run pinch-triple rallied the Dodgers to a 6-2 win over San Francisco on Wednesday night in the rubber game of their three-game series.
5/10/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Wed., May 9
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out. Here are the May 9 Mane Men of the Day.
5/10/2012 | Hanley HBP causes stir
Tempers flared in the seventh inning of the Marlins' 5-3 win over the Astros on Wednesday when Astros reliever Wilton Lopez hit Hanley Ramirez with a pitch. Ramirez glared at Lopez and was escorted to first base by an umpire in an effort to keep the peace.
5/10/2012 | Hamstring of Dodgers' Hairston not improving
Juan Rivera went on the disabled list Wednesday with a hamstring injury and Jerry Hairston could be right behind him. Hairston's left hamstring, injured Sunday, is not responding and he had an MRI on Wednesday night that confirmed a strain.
5/10/2012 | Inge's old teammates pay him a visit by the Bay
When the Tigers and the Athletics meet on Thursday night for the first time this season, it will be exactly two weeks to the day since A's third baseman Brandon Inge was released by Detroit.
5/10/2012 | Marquee Broadway clash pits Price vs. CC
When it comes to pitchers' duels in the American League East, it might not get any higher in caliber than the Rays' David Price and the Yankees' CC Sabathia, who are both in search of a fifth consecutive win. The two will square off in Thursday's series finale and rubber match, following Tampa Bay's 4-1 comeback win on Wednesday.
5/10/2012 | Born to run, Angels' Trout zips up to Majors
Angels outfielder Mike Trout leaves no questions unanswered with his skill set -- it is off the charts, across the board. It is possible in the not-so-distant future to anticipate him contending for batting and stolen-base titles.
5/10/2012 | Castrovince: Dunn feeling 'normal' again
He's on pace for more than 40 home runs and more than 200 strikeouts, which can only mean one thing: Adam Dunn is Adam Dunn again.
5/10/2012 | Some big-name replacements doing just fine
The process of replacing a franchise player on the field has been going relatively smoothly in New York and St. Louis.
5/10/2012 | Bauman: Maddon says data aids competitive balance
What's the cause for the increased competitive balance in Major League Baseball? Rays manager Joe Maddon has a few ideas, among them the increased use of data by teams.
5/10/2012 | Justice: Melvin learned from best, and practices it
Doug Melvin loves talking about the game, debating trades and free-agent signings. He keeps detailed records of players in every organization and includes a large number of people in his decision-making processes.
5/10/2012 | Royal talent: Moustakas' star on rise in KC
Third baseman Mike Moustakas has them cheering this season at Kauffman Stadium. The player referred to as "Moose" by teammates, coaches and fans has become one of Kansas City's biggest young stars thanks to a hot bat and a flashy glove.
5/10/2012 | Who's No. 1? Buxton brings five tools to Draft
With plus tools across the board, a great makeup and a passion for the game, high school outfielder Byron "Buck" Buxton has a solid chance to be selected first overall in the 2012 First-Year Player Draft.
5/10/2012 | MLB Notebook: Greinke's gem unrewarded
Milwaukee's Zack Greinke allowed just two hits in eight scoreless innings Wednesday but came away with a no-decision in the Brewers' 2-1 loss to the Reds.
5/10/2012 | Mets' Wright back to being one of best at third
By most measures a defensive liability the past three seasons, David Wright -- with an assist from third-base coach Tim Teufel -- has corrected and reversed that trend through the first five weeks of 2012. Wright has committed just one error in 28 games.
5/10/2012 | To better communicate, Votto takes up Spanish
If Joey Votto wanted to better know all his teammates, he would have to close the communication gap with players whose first language is Spanish. So he took up the language.
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