8/15/2012 | Actor Crews calls Dodgers game from booth
Actor Terry Crews, a former NFL player, stepped into the booth to call a Dodgers game.
8/15/2012 | Twins making move to FM radio next season
The Twins will be making the switch to FM radio for the first-time as they announced Wednesday that FM 96.3 K-TWIN will be the team's new Twin Cities metropolitan area radio affiliate beginning in 2013.
8/15/2012 | Polanco expects to return Monday, play every day
Phillies third baseman Placido Polanco knows his schedule for the next few days. After that, it's anybody's guess.
8/15/2012 | Manuel would like to have Pierre back in 2013
The Phillies could use a guy like Juan Pierre on the 25-man roster next season. Charlie Manuel thinks so, anyway.
8/15/2012 | MLB Notebook: Rollins' leadoff shot a rare feat
Jimmy Rollins led the off the game with a home run for the beginning and ending of the scoring in a Phillies 1-0 victory over the Marlins on Tuesday. It was the first game to see a first inning leadoff home run decide a 1-0 win since April 23, 2009.
8/15/2012 | Melky banned 50 games for testosterone use
Giants left fielder Melky Cabrera, MVP of the All-Star Game and the second-leading hitter in the National League, was suspended for 50 games Wednesday by MLB for testing positive for testosterone, a performance-enhancing substance.
8/15/2012 | Brewers planning for Marcum's return to rotation
Rehabbing Brewers right-hander Shaun Marcum was scheduled to again test his elbow in a second start for Class A Wisconsin on Wednesday, and the Brewers are planning for his return to the rotation as early as next week.
8/15/2012 | Slumping Braun gets rare off-day
This was a first for Brewers manager Ron Roenicke: Leaving Ryan Braun out of the starting lineup not due to an injury, not because of a need for rest, but due to production.
8/15/2012 | Miami finds offense; Buehrle finds 10-win season
Miami ended a 30-inning scoreless drought in the fourth inning, and Greg Dobbs hit a go-ahead homer in the sixth, as the Marlins took the series finale from the Phillies, 9-2, at Marlins Park to give Mark Buehrle his 10th win of the season.
8/15/2012 | Tigers roll past Twins behind Scherzer's 10 K's
Riding homers from Miguel Cabrera and Delmon Young, Max Scherzer fanned 10 over seven dominant frames as the Tigers dropped the Twins, 5-1, on Wednesday at Target Field.
8/15/2012 | DeJesus hits pair of blasts to lead Cubs over Astros
David DeJesus crushed a pair of home runs and Justin Germano submitted a strong effort as the Cubs cruised to a 7-2 win over the Astros on Wednesday at Wrigley Field.
8/15/2012 | Henry: July meeting not about dismissing Valentine
Red Sox owner John Henry said Wednesday that the meeting the owners had with players in New York to discuss the state of the team was his idea, and contrary to a report on Yahoo! Sports, nobody suggested a managerial change.
8/15/2012 | All hail the King! Felix throws perfect game
Felix Hernandez continued his masterful midseason run with the first perfect game and fourth no-hitter in Mariners history, as Seattle topped Tampa Bay, 1-0, on a picture-perfect Wednesday afternoon at sunny Safeco Field.
8/15/2012 | Justice: Losing Melky a blow Giants can overcome
The Giants obviously took a hit with the loss of Melky Cabrera to a 50-game suspension for his positive test for the use of testosterone, but they still have enough in the tank to challenge for a spot in the postseason.
8/15/2012 | Torrealba to split time behind the plate for Blue Jays
Veteran catcher Yorvit Torrealba is expected to join the Blue Jays when they travel to Detroit on Tuesday.
8/15/2012 | Rasmus eases back into Toronto's lineup as DH
Colby Rasmus made his return to the Blue Jays lineup on Wednesday night after missing the previous four games because of a strained right groin. He was slotted in as the designated hitter to ease him back into action.
8/15/2012 | Stras' arm, Espi's bat lead Nats to win over Giants
After playing 35 games over the last 34 days, the Nats head into an off-day with a 6-4 win over the Giants at AT&T Park on Wednesday, taking yet another road series victory with the help of Stephen Strasburg's six innings and Danny Espinosa's two-run homer.
8/15/2012 | Rox sweep Brewers on Colvin's walk-off double
Trailing by one run in the bottom of the ninth, the Rockies rallied against Brewers reliever Jim Henderson to score two runs on Tyler Colvin's double to secure a three-game sweep, 7-6.
8/15/2012 | Ringolsby: Braun continues to answer doubters
Ryan Braun knew there was only one way to answer those who questioned his reputation. The National League home run leader's answer has been resounding.
8/15/2012 | The Perfect Year continues with Felix's masterpiece
Seattle's Felix Hernandez on Wednesday became the third right-hander to throw a perfect game this season, joining Philip Humber of the White Sox and Matt Cain of the Giants, making it 81 up, 81 down in 2012.
8/15/2012 | Following latest controversy, Valentine stays upbeat
Instead of being worn down by the latest controversy surrounding his team, Bobby Valentine came to work on Wednesday with the optimism a lot of fans might not have at the moment.
8/15/2012 | Castellini: Reds want Baker back
Dusty Baker should not be concerned about his current contractual situation, as the front office wants to retain his services as manager for a long time.
8/15/2012 | Felix's perfect game adds to Mariners' no-no history
The last two Mariners no-hitters could not have been more different. Felix Hernandez hurled the first perfect game in franchise history on Wednesday vs. the Rays. Two months ago, it took six Seattle pitchers to forge together the first combined no-hitter in Mariners history.
8/15/2012 | Leach: Few pitchers can do what Felix does at his best
There are lots of reasons why there have been lots of no-hitters recently, but there's one big reason why the fans at Safeco Field saw history on Wednesday, and he goes by the sobriquet "King Felix."
8/15/2012 | Soriano reportedly clears waivers, not keen on SF
Alfonso Soriano has reportedly cleared waivers and has been mentioned as a possible option for the Giants, but the Cubs outfielder said Wednesday he doesn't think San Francisco is a good fit.
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