7/14/2012 | Dodgers feeling recharged with Padres in town
Clinging to a half-game lead in the NL West, the Dodgers take on the Padres on Saturday with Aaron Harang facing his former team and Edinson Volquez.
7/14/2012 | Berkman set for first action since May vs. Reds
Kyle Lohse heads to the mound for the Cardinals on Saturday against the Reds, and he's set to get some offensive support from Lance Berkman, who's coming off the DL. Mike Leake is set to start for Cincinnati.
7/14/2012 | Milone trying to continue hot hurling in Minnesota
After breaking their three-game losing streak against the Twins on Friday, the Athletics will send Tommy Milone to the hill on Saturday against Minnesota's Cole De Vries at Target Field.
7/14/2012 | Estrada, Brewers trying to get back in playoff hunt
The Pirates' Kevin Correia squares off against the Brewers' Marco Estrada in the middle game of a three-game series.
7/14/2012 | Darvish, Felix ready to square off in Seattle
When Rangers rookie Yu Darvish takes the mound against the Mariners on Saturday, it'll be his first start since a July 1 loss to the A's.
7/14/2012 | Tigers look to keep streaking against O's
Detroit's Max Scherzer, the American League leader in strikeouts per nine innings with 11.19, faces Baltimore rookie Wei-Yin Chen in the second game of the series.
7/14/2012 | Girardi understands fans' expectations for A-Rod
Alex Rodriguez walked back to the dugout in the second inning after looking at strike three on Friday to mild grumblings from the crowd. Three at-bats and six innings later -- a groundout to third that capped off an 0-for-4 evening -- those grumblings turned to full-on boos.
7/14/2012 | Girardi: Granderson's strikeouts not a concern
Curtis Granderson came to New York in 2010, fell in love with Yankee Stadium's short porch in right field, and has since established himself as one of baseball's better power hitters.
7/14/2012 | Out since May, Berkman activated off DL
The Cardinals reinstated Lance Berkman from the disabled list on Saturday and anticipate inserting the first baseman back into the starting lineup for Sunday's series finale against the Reds.
7/14/2012 | MLB Notebook: Fifteen K's not always recipe for win
Twins left-hander Francisco Liriano fanned 15 and struck out just one Friday. However, he was saddled with the loss in a 6-3 game against the A's.
7/14/2012 | Jays top prospect d'Arnaud likely out for season
Blue Jays' top prospect Travis d'Arnaud likely will miss the rest of the Minor League season with a torn posterior cruciate ligament in his left knee.
7/14/2012 | D-backs' Towers addresses rumors with Upton
D-backs general manager Kevin Towers met with Justin Upton on Friday to discuss the recent trade rumors involving the right fielder.
7/14/2012 | D-backs option Corbin to Triple-A Reno
To make room on the roster for Saturday's starter Joe Saunders, the D-backs optioned left-hander Patrick Corbin to Triple-A Reno.
7/14/2012 | Long an admirer of Jeter, Trout now also admired
Mike Trout grew up a Phillies fan, but he also grew up a shortstop -- a position he played until his senior year of high school. As a New Jersey-raised kid, there's no better shortstop to admire than Yankees captain Derek Jeter.
7/14/2012 | Angels may turn to Richards for Tuesday start
Angels manager Mike Scioscia hasn't announced his Tuesday starter yet, but with Brad Mills getting optioned to Triple-A Salt Lake on Friday night, all signs now point to Garrett Richards getting the nod against the Tigers.
7/14/2012 | Cardinals sign veteran lefty reliever Fuentes
The Cardinals signed free agent Brian Fuentes to a Minor League deal on Saturday, giving the organization another left-handed reliever to consider for the club's unstable bullpen.
7/14/2012 | Cubs GM Hoyer starting to field trade inquiries
Cubs general manager Jed Hoyer said on Saturday his phone lines are starting to ring as Major League Baseball's July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline approaches.
7/14/2012 | Dempster wins, stretches scoreless streak to 33
Ryan Dempster tossed six scoreless innings in a 4-1 win, becoming the first Cubs pitcher to throw 33 consecutive scoreless innings since Ken Holtzman in 1969. He hasn't allowed a run since May 30, spanning five starts.
7/14/2012 | Cano's hit streak to 17 games in win over Halos
Robinson Cano's 21st home run of the season extended his hitting streak to 17 games as the Yankees topped the Angels, 5-3, on Saturday at Yankee Stadium.
7/14/2012 | Eight-run third ignites Blue Jays' victory
Edwin Encarnacion hit two home runs and Adam Lind registered four hits and four RBIs in an 11-9 victory over the Indians on Saturday. Toronto scored eight runs in the third to chase Ubaldo Jimenez. It was the Blue Jays' best inning of the year. Aaron Laffey earned his first win of the season.
7/14/2012 | Batista or Harvey could be Mets' fifth starter
With Chris Young on track to start on regular rest on Wednesday, the Mets will not need a fifth starter until Saturday. Terry Collins said the decision will come down to Miguel Batista and Matt Harvey.
7/14/2012 | Mets' Duda to rest with strained left hamstring
A strained left hamstring will keep Lucas Duda out for a few days, Terry Collins said Saturday. The hope is that a few days off will be all Duda needs to get healthy.
7/14/2012 | Braves benefiting from Prado's versatility
Martin Prado has become the Braves' Jack of all trades, and though that expression is usually followed by "master of none," that is far from the case with Prado.
7/14/2012 | McCann calls son's birth 'coolest moment' of his life
One day after witnessing the birth of his first son, Colt, catcher Brian McCann was all smiles as he discussed the event.
7/14/2012 | O's Hammel considering surgery on injured knee
The Orioles are expected to place right-handed pitcher Jason Hammel on the disabled list on Sunday, with the 29-year-old saying following Saturday's game against the Tigers that he is "leaning toward" surgery on his right knee that would likely sideline him until September.
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