4/27/2012 | Panda at 20
Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval extended his franchise-record, season-opening hitting streak to 20 games with a third-inning single Friday night off San Diego left-hander Cory Luebke.
4/27/2012 | Howard hopes to resume baseball activity soon
Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard, who hasn't played since suffering a torn Achilles tendon on the final play of the 2011 season, revealed after Friday night's 5-1 loss to the Cubs that he hopes to travel to Clearwater, Fla., on Sunday and resume baseball activities within a week.
4/27/2012 | Nationals looking forward to Harper's arrival
Bryce Harper is only 19, but he is expected to help rejuvenate the Nationals' offense, and his teammates are looking forward to seeing what he can contribute.
4/27/2012 | Young could join Mets' rotation in May
Chris Young has been facing live batters in Port St. Lucie, Fla., and according to Mets manager Terry Collins, could be ready to join New York's rotation by mid- to late-May.
4/27/2012 | Padres' Quentin 'ramping up' baseball activities
Outfielder Carlos Quentin, who had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee March 19, is with the team for the weekend to continue to push his knee through a series of baseball activities.
4/27/2012 | Meggie: What a difference a year makes
A year ago, I was a 4-foot-10 eighth grader with a passion for writing and a dream to someday be a journalist. Today, I am a 4-foot-11 freshman in high school with a passion for writing and working my dream job as a Youth Correspondent for Major League Baseball.
4/27/2012 | Cook is third A's hurler to fan four in one frame
Even though A's reliever Ryan Cook doesn't consider himself to be a power pitcher, he accomplished a rare feat Friday night against Baltimore: striking out four batters in the eighth inning in Oakland's 5-2 victory.
4/27/2012 | McCann day to day with ribcage strain
Braves catcher Brian McCann had to leave the 6-1 victory over the Pirates on Friday night after five innings because of a strain in the right intercostals area.
4/27/2012 | Surging A's, Orioles send hot pitchers to mound
Saturday's contest at Camden Yards features two pitchers coming off strong outings. Baltimore lefty Wei-Yin Chen and A's righty Tyson Ross tossed 6 1/3 innings and 6 2/3 innings of one-run ball, respectively, last Sunday in games their teams won.
4/27/2012 | Wells, Blanton each have something to prove
Saturday's pitching matchup between the Cubs and Phillies at Citizens Bank Park is full of intrigue and uncertainty.
4/27/2012 | Kennedy aims to extend streak vs. slumping Marlins
It's been a while since Ian Kennedy lost a game for the Arizona Diamondbacks -- more than eight months, to be specific. Facing the slumping Marlins in Miami on Saturday, Kennedy is looking to make it victories in 10 straight decisions.
4/27/2012 | Mariners try to push winning streak to five
Kevin Millwood faces Brandon Morrow as the Mariners try to extend their winning streak to five games, while the Blue Jays look to avoid a five-game losing skid.
4/26/2012 | Justice: Yanks facing unexpected arms crisis
With Michael Pineda's season-ending injury and some ineffective performances, the Yankees' wealth of pitching options -- once thought to be a strength -- suddenly looks vulnerable.
4/26/2012 | Felix, 15 Mariners hits too much for Tigers
While Felix Hernandez admitted to not having his best stuff, he didn't need to on Wednesday night. Five players had multi-hit nights as Seattle matched its season-high with 15 hits -- set Tuesday night -- and scored nine runs.
4/26/2012 | Reds capitalize in seventh to top Giants
Scoring four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning, the Reds whisked past the Giants for a 4-2 victory on a rainy Wednesday evening.
4/26/2012 | Rangers' HRs top Yanks
With three homers and a strong effort from five pitchers, the Rangers beat the Yankees, 7-3, on Wednesday and have won six straight series to open the season for the first time in club history.
4/26/2012 | Parmelee doing OK after drilled in helmet
First baseman Chris Parmelee left the Twins' 7-6 loss to the Red Sox in the sixth inning after getting drilled in the helmet by a Justin Thomas fastball on Wednesday night.
4/26/2012 | Red Sox 'pen winning formula to sweep Twins
Clay Buchholz and the bullpen were still less than sure things Wednesday night, when the Red Sox completed a three-game sweep of the Twins with a 7-6 victory at Target Field.
4/26/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Wed., April 25
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out. Here are April 25's Mane Men of the Day.
4/26/2012 | Can Humber deliver a perfect encore?
When Philip Humber takes the mound Thursday, he'll be in a position that 18 other pitchers in the history of baseball are familiar with: trying to follow up a perfecto in his next turn through the rotation.
4/26/2012 | Hacker could be Giants' Friday starter
While the Giants have not officially announced any starters for this weekend's series against San Diego at AT&T Park, it looks like Eric Hacker will get the call for Friday night's opener.
4/26/2012 | Mariners react to Pineda missing season
Just prior to Wednesday night's game against the Tigers, the Mariners were sitting in the visiting clubhouse getting prepared to take the field for batting practice when they heard the news that former teammate Michael Pineda would miss the season.
4/26/2012 | Pleskoff: Beachy has Braves' pitching DNA
It should come as no surprise that the team that flourished with pitchers like Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux and John Smoltz would identify and develop a free-agent pitcher named Brandon Beachy.
4/26/2012 | Chipper, Braves rally in LA
Adding to the growing list of memories created during his final season, Chipper Jones delivered the go-ahead single in what proved to be his final regular-season at-bat at Dodger Stadium.
4/26/2012 | Kemp hits 10th HR
Closer Javy Guerra took one off the jaw and the Dodgers took it on the chin Wednesday night, losing the rubber game of their series with the Braves, 4-2, after three ninth-inning runs.
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