4/28/2012 | Minor League president O'Conner honored
For his longstanding commitment to communities around the country, MiLB president Pat O'Conner was recognized with a lifetime achievement award on Friday afternoon.
4/28/2012 | Rox rout Mets with 11-run fifth
The Rockies kicked off a nine-game homestand with a rout of the Mets. Down by four in the fifth, the Rockies staged an 11-run inning and turned the tide as they went on to win, 18-9, on Friday at Coors Field.
4/28/2012 | Kershaw's home cooking leads LA past Nats
In a battle between the National League's best, the Dodgers came out on top Friday night, beating the Nationals, 3-2, in front of 44,807 at Dodger Stadium.
4/28/2012 | Aggressive Padres edge past Giants
Given a lead Friday in the first of three games against the Giants, the Padres did more than just hang on for a 5-3 victory before a sold-out crowd at AT&T Park. They were able to actually build on that lead in large part because of some daring baserunning in the seventh inning.
4/28/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Friday, April 27
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out. Here are April 27's Mane Men of the Day.
4/28/2012 | Bauman: Talk of AL's elite must include Rays
The Rays belong in the conversation, just as they have since 2008. After they shed considerable payroll before the 2011 season but still qualified for the postseason, there can be no doubting the strength of the organization.
4/28/2012 | Guthrie placed on DL after bike accident
Rockies Opening Day starter Jeremy Guthrie was placed on the disabled list after a bike accident on his way to Coors Field on Friday.
4/28/2012 | Tracy day to day after hand hit by pitch
The Nationals received a scare during their 3-2 loss to the Dodgers on Friday night. With two outs in the ninth inning, Nationals infielder Chad Tracy entered the game as pinch-hitter and was hit on the right wrist and hand by a Kenley Jansen pitch.
4/28/2012 | Future is now as Harper joins Strasburg to face LA
Saturday in Los Angeles, the future becomes the present for the Washington Nationals, as baseball's No. 2 prospect, Bryce Harper, is slated to make his much-anticipated big league debut.
4/28/2012 | Cueto tries his hand at stopping hot-hitting Astros
Reds right-hander Johnny Cueto will square off against fellow righty Lucas Harrell in Saturday afternoon's 3:10 p.m. CT contest at Great American Ball Park. The Astros took the first game of the series and are trying to match a season high of three straight victories.
4/28/2012 | Marquis looking to buck trend for Twins' starters
Carl Pavano wasn't able to turn the Minnesota starters' fortunes Friday night against the Royals. So now, it's up to Jason Marquis to break the trend, who will face off against Kansas City's Bruce Chen on Saturday.
4/28/2012 | Moscoso faces Mets in place of injured Guthrie
Guillermo Moscoso heads to the hill in place of the injured Jeremy Guthrie as the Rockies take on Dillon Gee and the Mets on Saturday at Coors Field.
4/28/2012 | Peavy faces challenge of streaking Red Sox
Chicago's Jake Peavy has been dominant early this season, and he'll have to once again be at the top of his game on Saturday if the White Sox are going to stop their four-game losing streak and Boston's five-game winning winning streak.
4/28/2012 | Lincecum out to improve vs. Padres
Tim Lincecum will attempt to improve his 1-2 record and 8.20 ERA on Saturday as the Giants host the Padres in the second contest of a three-game set. The righty will be matched by San Diego's Anthony Bass.
4/28/2012 | Delgado can keep Braves' pitching on a roll
Right-hander Randall Delgado will try to keep the Braves' hot streak going against Erik Bedard and the Pirates at Turner Field on Saturday.
4/28/2012 | Indians hope Pujols stays cold in Cleveland
Indians manager Manny Acta has no doubt that Albert Pujols will get back to form, but he's hoping the Angels slugger waits until he leaves Cleveland following the three-game series that continues Saturday at Progressive Field.
4/28/2012 | Rangers ask Lewis to cool off Rays
The Rangers will look for Colby Lewis to continue his record of strong performances against the Rays as they attempt to bounce back in the second game of this weekend's series on Saturday.
4/28/2012 | Garcia's rotation job could be on line vs. Tigers
Freddy Garcia gets the start in the middle game of three against the Tigers at Yankee Stadium, with a chance to give the Yanks the series win after a 7-6 victory in the opener Friday. Drew Smyly, a 22-year-old rookie lefty, is set to make his fourth career start for the Tigers and his first in the Bronx.
4/28/2012 | Cards looking to maintain their hold on Brew Crew
On Saturday, right-hander Kyle Lohse gets the chance to join teammate Lance Lynn atop the wins leaderboard when the first-place Cardinals take on Marco Estrada and the Brewers at Busch Stadium.
4/28/2012 | Tigers place Young on restricted list
A day after his arrest for aggravated harassment, the Tigers placed Delmon Young on Major League Baseball's restricted list Saturday, pending the evaluation on Monday by an independent doctor.
4/28/2012 | MLB Notebook: Miggy ahead of curve
Miguel Cabrera drove in his 1,000th run Friday at the age of 29 years and nine days old, making him the sixth youngest player in history to reach the milestone.
4/28/2012 | Royals call up Adcock, option Teaford
Needing a long man in the bullpen, the Royals recalled right-hander Nate Adcock from Triple-A Omaha on Saturday.
4/28/2012 | Francoeur hits century mark for assists
Royals right fielder Jeff Francoeur has reached the century mark in outfield assists.
4/28/2012 | Aramis heating up for Brewers
After getting off to a slow start in his Brewers career, Aramis Ramirez has started to find his swing. He's hitting .344 in his last nine games.
4/28/2012 | Gomez's hot start earns him lineup spot
With such strong play from many of the Brewers' outfielders, it's been difficult for manager Ron Roenicke to spread out playing time equally. Carlos Gomez isn't making it any easier as he's off to a torrid start to the season.
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