5/7/2012 | Leyland thinks Hamels' suspension is light
Tigers manager Jim Leyland is considered an old-school manager by many, but he considers Cole Hamels' move to hit Bryce Harper with a pitch anything but that and thought Hamels' punishment should have been more severe.
5/7/2012 | Rockies' Guthrie could be nearing rehab stint
Jeremy Guthrie, who suffered a right shoulder injury in a bicycle accident on April 23, reported feeling fine after a bullpen session on Saturday. He played catch on Monday and will face hitters at Petco Park on Tuesday afternoon. If all goes well, Guthrie will head to the Minors, most likely Triple-A Colorado Springs.
5/7/2012 | Padres' Quentin visits Petco Park
Outfielder Carlos Quentin was back at Petco Park on Monday, though it wasn't to suit up for the Padres or to be reinstated from the disabled list. But from the sound of it, that day might not be too far off.
5/7/2012 | Beavan exits after getting hit by comebacker
Mariners starter Blake Beavan left Monday's game against the Tigers with a right elbow contusion after being hit by a line drive in the third inning. Right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma replaced him.
5/7/2012 | Pomeranz exits early with an injury
The Rockies' depleted rotation took another hit on Monday night when left-hander Drew Pomeranz was hit on his right quadriceps by a line drive in the second inning against the Padres at Petco Park, and left the game an inning later.
5/7/2012 | Burnett eager to go as Pirates welcome in Nats
Few pitchers in Major League history have faced the sort of rebound opportunity that starter A.J. Burnett will get on Tuesday night, when the Pirates host Edwin Jackson and the Nationals in the opener of a three-game series.
5/7/2012 | School in session as Blanton stares down Mets
On Tuesday, Joe Blanton -- coming off a gem -- will oppose the Mets' Miguel Batista, the 41-year-old who has made nine of his 10 appearances this season out of the bullpen.
5/7/2012 | Anibal in a groove as Marlins go for eighth straight
Anibal Sanchez seems more and more comfortable every time he takes the mound for the Marlins. His young opponent on Tuesday night, Astros starter Aneury Rodriguez, would probably be happy with matching Sanchez pitch for pitch.
5/6/2012 | Paulino perplexes Yanks in season debut
What a season debut it was for Felipe Paulino. The Royals right-hander was astounding in his return from the disabled list on Saturday, shutting down the powerful New York Yankees lineup and leading the Royals to a 5-1 victory at Kauffman Stadium.
5/6/2012 | Angels come to life behind Wilson's gem
C.J. Wilson gave up just two runs on six hits in eight innings, striking out nine Blue Jays to notch his second straight win at Angel Stadium and help the Angels recover from back-to-back shutout losses.
5/6/2012 | Felix goes eight as Mariners one-hit Twins
Felix Hernandez ptiched eight innings of one-hit ball, and the Mariners broke through in the sixth inning to give Hernandez more than enough offense in a 7-0 win over the Twins on Saturday.
5/6/2012 | Moyer's comments help stoke Braves' rally
Vetaran pitcher Jamie Moyer made the mistake of providing some assistance to the Braves when he accused Chipper Jones of relaying signs with Brian McCann at the plate in the fifth inning of Saturday night's game at Coors Field. The four-run advantage the Rockies held at the time of this incident quickly evaporated as Atlanta rallied for a 13-9 victory.
5/6/2012 | Gomes blasts game-winner for A's in 12th
In the 12th, Jonny Gomes hit what proved to be the game-winning homer to break a 3-3 tie. Josh Reddick hit a solo homer in the first inning.
5/6/2012 | Frenchy shows off one of game's best arms
Jeff Francoeur's sixth-inning throw that nailed the Yankees' Curtis Granderson trying for third base after Francoeur caught Alex Rodriguez's fly ball in right field took the steam out of the Yanks in the Royals' 5-1 victory Saturday.
5/6/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Saturday, May 5
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out. Here are the May 5 Mane Men of the Day.
5/6/2012 | Darvish, Ubaldo ready to rumble in rubber game
Right-hander Yu Darvish is looking ahead to his next start as he opposes fellow righty Ubaldo Jimenez when the Rangers and Indians square off in Sunday's rubber game at Progressive Field.
5/6/2012 | Blackburn, Noesi look to deliver win in series finale
Coming off his best outing of the season on Monday against the Angels, Twins right-hander Nick Blackburn hopes to carry that momentum into Sunday's series finale against the Mariners at Safeco Field and get his first win of the season.
5/6/2012 | Rays, A's face off in series finale
It'll be up to starter Matt Moore to restart Tampa Bay's home winning streak when the Rays face the A's and Oakland southpaw Tommy Milone on Sunday in St. Petersburg for the series finale.
5/6/2012 | Beachy, Nicasio look to quiet opposing bats
Brandon Beachy, whose 1.38 ERA ranks fourth in the National League, gets the ball for Atlanta in the series finale on Sunday against Colorado. For the Rockies, it's hard-throwing righty Juan Nicasio, who is 2-0 and coming off consecutive quality starts.
5/6/2012 | Williams leads Angels in finale with Jays
Going 2-0 with a 1.99 ERA in his last three starts, Angels hurler Jerome Williams can pinpoint his success with a very simple answer: Throw strikes.
5/6/2012 | Happ looks to finish Astros' sweep of Cards
J.A. Happ hopes to put his struggles against the Cardinals behind him and lead the Astros to a series sweep that would improve their win streak to six games.
5/6/2012 | MLB Notebook: Gio joins exclusive company
MLB Notebook: Gio Gonzalez has reeled off five straight starts in which he has pitched at least six innings and allowed no more than four hits. He is the third left-hander in as many years to do this, and the 10th overall to do it since 1920.
5/6/2012 | Rangers' Napoli gets a rare day off on Sunday
Mike Napoli was out of the lineup on Sunday for only the sixth time this season. He had started six straight games either at catcher or first base before getting Sunday off.
5/6/2012 | Rangers' Gentry makes Beltre homer possible
Adrian Beltre's three-run home run in the 11th inning was the big blow in the Rangers 5-2 victory over the Indians on Saturday. But Craig Gentry, who had entered the game on defense in the eighth inning, made it happen in two different ways.
5/6/2012 | Rangers' Gonzalez still in for Beltre
Adrian Beltre, who is dealing with a strained left hamstring, was still out of the lineup on Sunday for the fifth straight game -- even though he hit a three-run pinch-hit home run in the 11th inning on Saturday night.
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