8/10/2012 | O's aim to even the score against visiting Royals
Miguel Gonzalez and the Orioles will look to even things up on Friday, as the Royals seek their fourth straight win behind right-hander Luke Hochevar at Camden Yards.
8/10/2012 | Atmosphere among contenders a joy to watch
Baseball players are paid to play hard, regardless of the setting or the circumstances, but there are several aspects of the game that change dramatically in a Major League clubhouse when a team is in contention.
8/10/2012 | Meggie: Frazier looks back on path to big leagues
In a sitdown with youth correspondent Meggie Zahneis, Todd Frazier discusses his progress from Little League World Series star to one of the NL's top rookies.
8/10/2012 | MLB Notebook: K's-to-walk ratio at historic levels
The Major League strikeout to walk ratio for 2012 now stands at 2.42. The last year to see the Major Leagues finish a season with a ration that high was 1884.
8/10/2012 | Cashman expects Pettitte back next month
While Andy Pettitte suffered a late-July setback in his rehab from a fractured left ankle, Yankees GM Brian Cashman expects the lefty to return in September.
8/10/2012 | Ringolsby: The weekend's three up, three down
The bottom line isn't runs but wins, and the Giants have done just fine at AT&T Park, where they enter a three-game series this weekend against Colorado sporting a 32-23 record, best in the NL West and fourth-best in the NL.
8/10/2012 | Back soreness continues to hamper Rolen
The back soreness that's bothering veteran third baseman Scott Rolen kept him out a third straight game on Friday afternoon.
8/10/2012 | Blue Jays claim righty Abreu off waivers
The Blue Jays claimed right-hander Juan Abreu off waivers from the Astros on Friday. To clear roster space for Abreu, the Blue Jays designated right-hander Scott Richmond for assignment. They also called up right-handed pitcher David Carpenter to replace the injured Brett Lawrie.
8/10/2012 | First DH Blomberg thankful for his place in history
With his bases-loaded walk in the first inning on Opening Day at Fenway Park in 1973, the Yankees' Ron Blomberg became the first DH in MLB history, a distinction he is proud to hold.
8/10/2012 | Astros promote outfielder F. Martinez from Triple-A
The Astros on Friday promoted outfielder Fernando Martinez from Triple-A Oklahoma City, where he was batting .314 with 13 homers and 62 RBIs.
8/10/2012 | Scoring change trims hit streak of Nats' Morse
Michael Morse's lone hit in four at-bats on Aug. 2 was ruled an error in a scoring change made Friday, trimming his current hitting streak from 18 games to seven.
8/10/2012 | Reds take advantage of sloppy Cubs to end skid
Ryan Ludwick scored four runs, Todd Frazier drove in four runs and the Reds made the Cubs pay for five errors in a 10-8 win on Friday at Wrigley Field.
8/10/2012 | Machado follows first HR with another, to same fan
Manny Machado became the youngest player in Orioles history to put together a multihomer game when he hit the first and second home runs of his career against the Royals on Friday night -- to the same fan in left field at Camden Yards, no less.
8/10/2012 | Padres' Grandal making strides in recovery from injury
Rookie catcher Yasmani Grandal, who had a great first month in the big leagues before landing on the disabled list with a strained right oblique, is progressing with his rehab.
8/10/2012 | Sore neck keeps Kipnis out of lineup again
Jason Kipnis has not been able to come up with an exact reason behind his current neck pain. The working theory is that the second baseman slept funny on Wednesday.
8/10/2012 | Hammel set to throw off incline on Saturday
Jason Hammel is expected to be with the Orioles on Saturday to throw off of a slope for the first time since going on the 15-day disabled list July 15 due to a right knee injury that required surgery.
8/10/2012 | Schierholtz patrolling center field a welcome first
On Friday night against the Cardinals, Nate Schierholtz started in center field for the first time in his career.
8/10/2012 | Hundley excited to be back with Padres
Catcher Nick Hundley, hitting .166 with three homers and 22 RBIs in 55 games this season, has returned to the big league club after a stint with Triple-A Tucson.
8/10/2012 | Pronk dealing with bulging disk in spine
Travis Hafner might be back in the lineup before the end of the season, but if his current back problem persists, the veteran designated hitter will have at least ended with a bang.
8/10/2012 | O's Flaherty could begin rehab assignment soon
After suffering through 36 miserable hours earlier in the week, Ryan Flaherty is nearing the point where he could begin a rehab assignment.
8/10/2012 | Padres always happy to play in PNC Park
The Padres have won each of their last nine games at PNC Park, the longest active winning streak for any team against an opponent at its home ballpark.
8/10/2012 | Phillies likely to stick with Kendrick for next start
Manager Charlie Manuel said on Friday that it's likely Kyle Kendrick will make his next start on Tuesday at Miami.
8/10/2012 | Niebla gets right down to work in new position
Ruben Niebla did not have much time to get settled in. When he arrived at Progressive Field around the fourth inning of Thursday's game against the Red Sox, the Indians' new pitching coach found his locker and went right to work.
8/10/2012 | Bodley: Questions abound as playoffs draw near
Is this the Rangers' year? Are the Orioles postseason bound? What happened in Philly? Will the Yankees win No. 28? These are just a few of the questions Hal Bodley ponders as the regular season winds down and the postseason approaches.
8/10/2012 | Papi takes day off to rest, Sunday return unlikely
David Ortiz took the day off to rest on Friday, but manager Bobby Valentine said the injured designated hitter will do more on Saturday.
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