7/29/2012 | Pettitte: Ankle not healing as fast as hoped
Yankees left-hander Andy Pettitte has suffered a slight setback in his recovery from a fractured left ankle, the veteran first told the New York Post on Sunday.
7/29/2012 | Justice: Mattingly a natural-born manager
Don Mattingly seems so comfortable in the job that it's hard to remember a time when a lot of people thought he'd be in over his head. His hiring had been perceived as a leap of faith by the Dodgers because he'd never managed a lick, not even in the Minor Leagues or winter ball.
7/29/2012 | White Sox GM says surgery 'worst case' for Danks
One day after left-hander John Danks suggested to MLB.com that surgery was a possible option to correct his left shoulder strain, White Sox general manager Ken Williams referred to that idea as the "worst-case scenario."
7/29/2012 | Joba has solid outing in Double-A rehab appearance
Joba Chamberlain threw 30 pitches over 1 1/3 innings, 23 for strikes, with three strikeouts and no walks in a rehab start for Double-A Trenton on Sunday.
7/29/2012 | Zack every bit as good as Angels expected
Even though they didn't win Zack Greinke's debut on Sunday, the Angels saw the pitcher they were expecting, someone who can help improve an already-formidable rotation.
7/29/2012 | Feldman, Rangers end White Sox streak
Right-hander Scott Feldman shut down the White Sox over eight scoreless innings to help the Rangers avoid a three-game sweep with a 2-0 victory on Sunday night.
7/29/2012 | Deserving of first win, Rogers has Crew excited
While Zack Greinke made his Angels debut 2,000 miles away, two days after the Brewers traded him away because they couldn't contend this season and couldn't convince Greinke to forgo free agency, newly promoted prospect Mark Rogers was putting the finishing touches on what should have been his first Major League win.
7/29/2012 | Hanley set for home debut against D-backs
The D-backs sit 4 1/2 games back from their NL West-leading foes, and they will get a chance to make a push when they travel to Dodger Stadium for a three-game series beginning Monday night.
7/29/2012 | Facing Lee, Strasburg can keep Phils reeling
By the time Stephen Strasburg takes the mound for the Nationals' series opener against Cliff Lee and the Phillies on Tuesday night, the non-waiver Trade Deadline will have passed.
7/29/2012 | Lohse eyes 11th straight quality start facing Rockies
Kyle Lohse is slated to take the mound for the Cardinals on Tuesday as they open a three-game series against Jeff Francis and the Rockies at Coors Field.
7/28/2012 | Halos secure top pitcher available in Greinke
We're down under 100 hours until baseball's non-waiver Trade Deadline, and trade talk remains the one topic that dominates the game these days. Every day, clubs gain more clarity as to whether they're buyers or sellers, and it's already been one of the most active run-ups to the Deadline in recent memory.
7/28/2012 | Angels land Greinke from Crew for three prospects
In need of a frontline starting pitcher for their needy rotation, the Angels snatched one of the best available arms in the trade market on Friday, acquiring Zack Greinke from the Brewers in exchange for three promising prospects -- middle infielder Jean Segura, and right-handers John Hellweg and Ariel Pena -- the Angels announced.
7/28/2012 | Arroyo sharp as Reds extend win streak to eight
Bronson Arroyo worked 6 2/3 scoreless innings as the Reds took a 3-0 win over the struggling Rockies in Friday night's three-game series opener at Coors Field.
7/28/2012 | A's score six in ninth to stun O's in opener
After taking an early 5-0 lead, the A's relinquished a pair of leads and headed to the ninth down one before rallying for six runs in the ninth against All-Star closer Jim Johnson to stun the Orioles, 14-9, Friday at Camden Yards. Seth Smith had a pair of doubles off the bench, driving in five runs.
7/28/2012 | Bucs rally for two in ninth for comeback win
Starling Marte hit a game-tying ninth-inning sacrifice fly seconds before Drew Sutton scored on a wild pitch, and the Pirates roared back for a 6-5 victory over the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park.
7/28/2012 | Brewers' bats back Fiers to snap skid
Mike Fiers pitched 6 1/3 scoreless innings, and the offense gave him more than enough support, as the Brewers beat the Nationals, 6-0, on Friday night at Miller Park.
7/28/2012 | Sale survives shaky first to beat Rangers
Left-hander Chris Sale shut down the Rangers after a four-run first to help guide the White Sox to a 9-5 victory in Arlington on Friday night. Kevin Youkilis and Alexei Ramirez each hit a two-run homer, while Alex Rios had three RBIs and Alejandro De Aza knocked in two.
7/28/2012 | Giants obtain Scutaro in trade with Rockies
The Giants added the depth they sought Friday by acquiring infielder Marco Scutaro and cash from the Colorado Rockies for Triple-A infielder Charlie Culberson.
7/28/2012 | Haren, Pujols lead Angels past Rays in opener
Lost in all the commotion over the Angels' acquisition of starter Zack Greinke from the Brewers was the fact that the team still had a game against the Rays on Friday. And after going down early, the Angels came back to take the series opener against the Rays, 3-1, at Angel Stadium.
7/28/2012 | Selig endorses expanded use of instant replay
Commissioner Bud Selig reiterated on Friday that Major League Baseball intends to extend the use of instant replay.
7/28/2012 | Reddick escapes wall crash with back contusion
Josh Reddick suffered only an upper back contusion when he crashed into the wall in alarming fashion to record the final out of Friday's dramatic win over the Orioles, A's trainer Nick Paparesta said.
7/28/2012 | D-backs use six-run second to leap past Mets
Willie Bloomquist's infield single led to an error and three runs in a six-run second inning, and Chris Young doubled in two as the D-backs added three more in the seventh to cruise past the Mets on Friday night in Phoenix.
7/28/2012 | Crew to showcase young arms after Greinke deal
Zack Greinke is gone, so what now for the Brewers? That question reverberated around Miller Park on Friday after the defending National League Central champions traded away their best pitcher.
7/28/2012 | Aviles' miscue opens door to three-run inning
A pair of plays from shortstop Mike Aviles on Friday helped further the Red Sox's slide. One of the team's positives on a whole, Aviles' first mistake came on a double play attempt in the first inning, the only time Boston held a lead in a 10-3 loss to the Yankees.
7/28/2012 | Beavan wins third straight as Mariners top KC
Right-hander Blake Beavan struck out six and beat the Royals for the second time in three starts, while John Jaso's four RBIs paced the Mariners' offense in a 6-1 win over the Royals on Friday.
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