4/28/2012 | Kendrick looks to bounce back against Cubs
Kyle Kendrick will look for some better results than his last start when the Phillies take on Matt Garza and the Cubs on Sunday at Citizens Bank Park.
4/28/2012 | Royals, Twins close rain-shortened series on Sunday
Royals left-hander Bruce Chen opposes Twins right-hander Jason Marquis on Sunday at Target Field after their scheduled starts on Saturday were pushed back a day due to a rainout.
4/28/2012 | Ervin looks for positives, first win vs. Lowe
Angels right-hander Ervin Santana hasn't had much success against the Indians, winning just one of his 11 career starts against the Tribe -- albeit a no-hitter. Standing in Santana's way on Sunday is Derek Lowe, who is 3-1 with a 3.00 ERA in four starts for the Indians.
4/28/2012 | Tigers out to start win streak against Yanks ace
Detroit's five-game skid is over. Now, in order to start a winning streak, the Tigers have to face the Yankees' ace in Sunday's series finale at Yankee Stadium.
4/28/2012 | Healthy Hudson gears up for 2012 debut
On Sunday, Tim Hudson returns to the mound for the Braves after his recovery from spinal fusion surgery held him out for most of the season's first month. He faces the Pirates, who send righty Kevin Correia to the hill.
4/28/2012 | Lyles, Latos match up in rubber game
Astros right-hander Jordan Lyles is expected to make his season debut on Sunday against the Reds, as he looks to help Houston win its second series of the year. He will be opposed by Cincy right-hander Mat Latos.
4/28/2012 | It's Bumgarner vs. Richard in the rubber match
Left-handers Clayton Richard of the Padres and Madison Bumgarner of the Giants square off in the series finale on Sunday afternoon in San Francisco.
4/27/2012 | Saltalamacchia getting into rhythm at plate
After opening the season with only two hits in his first nine games, Jarrod Saltalamacchia is beginning to find his groove.
4/27/2012 | Boston shuts down Crawford with sprained UCL
Left fielder Carl Crawford has been diagnosed with an ulnar collateral ligament sprain in his left elbow and will be shut down from baseball activity, the Red Sox announced Thursday.
4/27/2012 | Youk can put it on the board: Winning streak at 4
Jarrod Saltalamacchia homered twice and Kevin Youkilis hit a grand slam as the Red Sox ran their winning streak to four games with a 10-3 victory over the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field.
4/27/2012 | Humber far from perfect in loss to Boston
Philip Humber's string of retiring 29 consecutive batters ended when he walked Red Sox leadoff hitter Mike Aviles on a 3-2 pitch, and the right-hander's fortunes went downhill from there during a 10-3 loss.
4/27/2012 | Kotsay delivers in a pinch as Padres top Nats
Mark Kotsay delivered a two-run, pinch-hit double in the eighth inning as the Padres edged the Nationals, 2-1, on Thursday night at Petco Park.
4/27/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Thursday, April 26
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out. Here are April 26's Mane Men of the Day.
4/27/2012 | Leake looks to cool down hot-hitting Astros
The Astros have been cranking out plenty of double-digit-hit games, particularly over the last few days. If Cincinnati's Mike Leake has anything to say about it, he can put a stop to that streak Friday and earn his first victory of the season.
4/27/2012 | Luebke looks to cool down streaking Panda
Padres left-hander Cory Luebke was nearly unhittable his last time out. When he toes the rubber for Friday's series opener with the Giants, however, he'll be facing someone in Pablo Sandoval who hasn't been held without a hit in any game this season.
4/27/2012 | Dodgers host Nats in battle of division leaders
When the Dodgers and Nationals meet this weekend for three games in Los Angeles, they'll do so as surprise first-place teams, battling for the best record in the National League.
4/27/2012 | After cameo relief outing, Bard back in rotation
Trying to get his first win as a starter, Daniel Bard will be up against southpaw John Danks, who followed up Philip Humber's perfect game with a win of his own.
4/27/2012 | Votebook: Ballot newcomers excited at chance
For a crop of young ballplayers, the thrill of seeing their name on an All-Star Game ballot for the first time could only be surpassed by the honor of being selected to play in the the 2012 Midsummer Classic in Kansas City.
4/27/2012 | MLB Notebook: Panda fashions unique streak
Since 1924, 13 hitters have commenced their seasons with hitting streaks of at least 19 games, including Pablo Sandoval, who on Thursday became the first switch-hitter on the list.
4/27/2012 | No set plan when pitchers get to strike two
What should a pitcher do once he gets a second strike on a batter? With so many variables to consider, there really is no specific best plan of attack.
4/27/2012 | Overcoming fear key to hitting with two strikes
When you're down to your last strike -- in life, in love and certainly in baseball -- it's time to deliver or be dismissed.
4/27/2012 | Appreciative Byrd sees bright future for Cubs
Marlon Byrd, who was back in Chicago to face the White Sox this weekend less than a week after being dealt from the Cubs to the Red Sox, sees bright days ahead for the North Siders.
4/27/2012 | Weiland to DL among Astros' roster moves
Astros right-hander Kyle Weiland, who missed his last start because of a sore right shoulder, was placed on the disabled list on Friday, retroactive to Wednesday. General manager Jeff Luhnow also announced that the club has placed infielder Marwin Gonzalez on the paternity list.
4/27/2012 | Castrovince: Don't scoff at hot-hitting Hannahan
Jack Hannahan isn't likely to keep up this pace at the plate, but he's playing the game with such flash and such focus that it seems unwise to write him off.
4/27/2012 | Two-strike strategy: Pitcher's plan | Hitter's approach
Stee-rike two! Once the home-plate umpire bellows those simple words, the calculus of an at-bat changes.
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