9/18/2012 | Hendriks hopes to avoid dubious history in Cleveland
Twins right-hander Liam Hendriks has made 17 starts in his career without recording a win. One more and he moves into third place for the most starts without a win to begin a career. Tribe right-hander Zach McAllister will try to ensure Hendriks' first victory doesn't come at his expense.
9/18/2012 | Nats-Dodgers twin bill on tap after Tuesday rainout
Tuesday's game between the Nationals and Dodgers has been postponed because of rain. The teams will play a single-admission doubleheader Wednesday at Nationals Park starting at 4:05 p.m. ET.
9/18/2012 | Dodgers set for twin bill after DC opener rained out
The Dodgers' battle for National League Wild Card positioning will have to wait another day, as Tuesday night's series opener with the Nationals at Nationals Park was postponed.
9/18/2012 | Tigers show potential, but suffer blow
Max Scherzer operating at peak efficiency would seem to be a must down the stretch for a team in the Tigers' situation. The surprising thing is finding the Tigers in this situation.
9/18/2012 | Mastroianni's aggression leads Twins past Tribe
Darin Mastroianni's aggressive baserunning produced the winning run in the 12th inning as the Twins defeated the Indians, 6-5.
9/18/2012 | Tigers slam past A's behind Miggy's big night
The Tigers regained momentum with a much-needed win over another American League playoff contender with Tuesday's 12-2 win over the Oakland A's at Comerica Park.
9/18/2012 | Unable to cage Tigers, Griffin takes first loss
A.J. Griffin surrendered a career-high five runs against the powered Tigers on Tuesday, and the A's couldn't catch up in a lopsided 12-2 defeat in Detroit.
9/18/2012 | One-day-at-a-time mentality key on A's road trip
Whites or grays, it's of no matter to the A's, who are naturally taking an optimistic approach to a doozy of a road trip that began for them Tuesday in Detroit.
9/18/2012 | Verlander welcomes pressure of Tigers' chase
Justin Verlander, who takes the mound Wednesday opposite Oakland's Brett Anderson in the second game of a three-game set, loves the kind of pressure the Tigers are under in the AL Central race.
9/18/2012 | Inclement weather puts Pettitte's return on hold
Andy Pettitte will have to wait one more day to get back on a mound against Major League hitting, as Tuesday's opener between the Yankees and Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium was postponed due to rain.
9/18/2012 | Tuesday's game postponed due to severe weather
Tuesday's game between the Mets and Phillies was postponed due to severe weather, and it was rescheduled for Thursday at 7:10 p.m. ET at Citi Field.
9/18/2012 | Reds' Lutz hoping to lead Germany to Classic
Donald Lutz's first swings with a baseball bat came right-handed, and they didn't feel right at all.
9/18/2012 | Brewers fighting their way back into contention
Marco Estrada, who takes the mound for Milwaukee on Wednesday, has been a major factor in the club's success of late. The Pirates will counter with a new weapon of their own, as Kyle McPherson toes the rubber for his first Major League start.
9/18/2012 | Sleep deprivation becomes run deprivation for Bucs
The Brewers' Yovani Gallardo pitched two-hit ball for 6 2/3 innings and got enough help from an offense slightly stalled by A.J. Burnett's two early hit batters to down the Pirates, 6-0.
9/18/2012 | Walker returns to Pirates' lineup
Neil Walker was back in the lineup for Tuesday night's series opener against the Brewers, feeling rested after having sat out the long, wet, cool game in Chicago on Monday.
9/18/2012 | Escobar suspended three games for eye-black slur
Shortstop Yunel Escobar was suspended three games by the Blue Jays on Tuesday for displaying eye-black stickers containing a homophobic slur written in Spanish during Saturday's game in Toronto against the Red Sox.
9/18/2012 | Crew runs wild with seven steals in win over Bucs
Yovani Gallardo continued his late-season surge with 6 2/3 scoreless innings, and the Brewers ran wild on the basepaths to take the opener of a key series between National League Wild Card contenders, 6-0, at chilly PNC Park on Tuesday.
9/18/2012 | Hart reports no progress on injured foot
The Brewers were hoping to have Corey Hart back on Tuesday at the start of a crucial road trip, but he remains sidelined with torn tissue along his left arch.
9/18/2012 | Trio of solo shots the winning formula in KC
Alejandro De Aza, Gordon Beckham and Alex Rios hit solo homers and Gavin Floyd pitched seven strong innings to lead the White Sox to a 3-2 victory over the Royals at Kauffman Stadium on Tuesday night.
9/18/2012 | Archer looks to slam brakes on Rays' skid
The Rays will look to right-hander Chris Archer on Wednesday to help get the team out of its current slide, and he'll be opposed by Daisuke Matsuzaka in Wednesday night's contest.
9/18/2012 | Rays take step backward in loss to Red Sox
If the Rays taking their fourth consecutive defeat and losing for the seventh time in their last eight games wasn't bad enough, the tone of Tuesday night's 7-5 loss to the Red Sox left little room for optimism in Tampa Bay's clubhouse.
9/18/2012 | Sox's rally puts dent in Rays' playoff aspirations
For weeks, both energy and results seemed to be missing in action for the Red Sox, but those elements have returned of late and were on full display throughout Tuesday night's 7-5 victory over the Rays at Tropicana Field.
9/18/2012 | Voting under way for 2012 Roberto Clemente Award
Tuesday is Roberto Clemente Day throughout Major League Baseball, a day instituted on the 30th anniversary of his passing, and it will be testament to the fact that every year is a major anniversary for those who keep alive Clemente's spirit of giving. MLB announced the names of the 30 club nominees, including nine 2012 All-Stars, who are candidates to receive the overall Roberto Clemente Award presented by Chevrolet at the World Series.
9/18/2012 | Bogar to interview for Astros' manager job
Boston Red Sox bench coach Tim Bogar will interview for the Astros' full-time managerial opening on Wednesday.
9/18/2012 | Leyland's fate may be tied to Tigers' finish
Manager Jim Leyland has been at the helm for several successful seasons in Detroit, but his contract expires at the end of the season and may not be renewed by the team.
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