4/15/2012 | Robinsons are great ambassadors for game
Sharon Robinson was only six years old when her famous father retired from baseball after the 1956 season. Consequently, she doesn't remember seeing him play for the Brooklyn Dodgers, nor does she recall him talking too much about the game and his career.
4/15/2012 | Giants welcome Phillies without feared closer
With the Phillies in San Francisco to start a three-game series on Monday, Bruce Bochy is looking to make it up on the fly when it comes to deciding who will close for the Giants with Brian Wilson on the disabled list.
4/15/2012 | Braves look to return favor to visiting Mets
New York used a season-opening sweep of rival Atlanta as a catalyst for its surprising 6-3 start, and the suddenly red-hot Braves will be seeking to return the favor when the teams meet again on Monday night at Turner Field.
4/15/2012 | Sox eye four-game sweep of Rays on Patriots' Day
The Red Sox will play their traditional Patriots' Day game Monday at Fenway Park, and the Rays will send veteran right-hander James Shields to the mound to deal with the unusually early start while Boston counters with Daniel Bard, who will be making his second Major League start.
4/15/2012 | D-backs, Pirates look to end streaks of close games
It's fair to say both the D-backs and Pirates would like to see better numbers next to that "Team RISP" line in the box score.
4/15/2012 | Astros have tall task ahead facing Strasburg
Even with Sunday's series-closing loss to the Reds, the Nationals (7-3) are still off to the franchise's best 10-game start since 1996 as they prepare to open a four-game set with the Astros on Monday night at Nationals Park.
4/15/2012 | Verlander returns to Kansas City to face Royals
Tigers ace Justin Verlander will try to rebound from from his first loss since last July when he takes the mound against Danny Duffy and the Royals on Monday at Kauffman Stadium.
4/15/2012 | Humber to make '12 debut as White Sox, O's meet
After earning a spot in the White Sox rotation, Philip Humber will look to impress new manager Robin Ventura in the right-hander's season debut against Jake Arrieta and the Orioles on Monday night at U.S. Cellular Field.
4/15/2012 | Guthrie looks to keep Rockies rolling vs. Padres
Coming off a high of winning their first series of the season against the D-backs over the weekend, the Rockies will stay home for a three-game set against the Padres, which begins Monday at Coors Field.
4/15/2012 | Dodgers bring MLB-best record into Milwaukee
The Dodgers send Chad Billingsley to the hill as they head to Miller Park to take on Yovani Gallardo and the Brewers on Tuesday.
4/15/2012 | JJ eyes rebound vs. Cubs in Ozzie's return
Ozzie Guillen will return from a five-game suspension on Tuesday at Marlins Park, where his Marlins will take on the Cubs. Josh Johnson gets the start for Miami, looking to find his form opposite fellow righty Ryan Dempster.
4/15/2012 | Millwood, Masterson ready as Mariners host Tribe
Kevin Millwood isn't spending much time thinking about his last start, nor is he putting a lot of thought into his past with the Indians, as the Tribe visit Seattle to kick off a three-game series on Tuesday.
4/15/2012 | Reds, Cards quickly becoming familiar
The Cards and Reds will meet for their second series of the young season, as the two NL Central favorites open a three-game set on Tuesday. Kyle Lohse will start for St. Louis opposite Johnny Cueto
4/14/2012 | Justice: Jackie did it his way ... with courage
In the end, they could not strip Jackie Robinson of his dignity, and 65 years later, that's perhaps the most incredible part of his story. Lord knows they tried.
4/14/2012 | Inner-city programs embody spirit of Jackie
Jackie Robinson forever changed baseball and American society by breaking the sport's color barrier in 1947, and his spirit lives on in several Major League Baseball initiatives designed to increase opportunities for inner-city children.
4/14/2012 | Extent of Ellsbury's shoulder injury unknown
A 12-2 romp over the Rays in the home opener would usually represent a joyous occasion for the Red Sox, but the uncertainty regarding the health of star center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury put at least a little bit of a damper on an otherwise festive Friday at Fenway Park.
4/14/2012 | Phillips pinch-hits Friday, could return Saturday
Out of the Reds' lineup since he suffered a left hamstring cramp vs. the Marlins on Monday, second baseman Brandon Phillips was considered available to pinch-hit on Friday.
4/14/2012 | Gaby's walk-off seals Miami's first home win
Gaby Sanchez, a Miami native, gave his hometown fans something to cheer about with a walk-off double in the 11th inning vs. the Astros.
4/14/2012 | In wild home opener, Braves escape with win
Brian McCann had a huge night, going 4-for-5 with four RBIs, but it was Dan Uggla's two-run single in the eighth that allowed the Braves to regain the lead in a 10-8 win over the Brewers at a sold-out and raucous Turner Field in Friday's home opener.
4/14/2012 | Werth sends Nats to second straight walk-off win
The Nationals continue to show their fight on the diamond while having good luck at the same time. Jayson Werth's RBI single in the bottom of the 13th inning gave the Nationals a 2-1 win over the Reds at Nationals Park on Friday the 13th.
4/14/2012 | Harrison tames Twins to lead Rangers in win
Matt Harrison held the Twins to one run on seven hits over eight innings as the Rangers won, 4-1, for the sixth victory in eight games.
4/14/2012 | Baseball's elite called Harvard Park home
There was a time, for about a dozen years beginning in the early 1980s, when Jan. 1 would roll around and it meant one thing for some of baseball's most elite talent: Harvard Park.
4/14/2012 | Federal judge approves Dodgers sale
The sale of the Dodgers and Dodger Stadium to Guggenheim Baseball Management was confirmed Friday night by Federal Judge Kevin Gross in his Delaware court, over the objection of Major League Baseball.
4/14/2012 | Helton doubles up in win over D-backs
Esmil Rogers worked out of a jam in the fourth and Todd Helton's RBI double with two out in the eighth inning gave the Rockies a 7-6 come-from-behind victory over the D-backs on Friday night.
4/14/2012 | Colon reigns supreme in duel with King Felix
The third time facing Felix Hernandez surely proved the charm for the A's, who squeaked out a 4-0 victory over the Mariners in Seattle on Friday.
More Results >
© 2001- MLB Advanced Media, L.P. All rights reserved.
The following are trademarks or service marks of Major League Baseball entities and may be used only with permission of Major League Baseball Properties, Inc. or the relevant Major League Baseball entity: Major League, Major League Baseball, MLB, the silhouetted batter logo, World Series, National League, American League, Division Series, League Championship Series, All-Star Game, and the names, nicknames, logos, uniform designs, color combinations, and slogans designating the Major League Baseball clubs and entities, and their respective mascots, events and exhibitions.