4/25/2012 | Wieland looks to establish curve vs. Nats
Rookie Joe Wieland will look to get the Padres back on track when he heads to the hill against Jordan Zimmermann and the Nationals on Wednesday at Petco Park.
4/25/2012 | Rockies and Bucs square off in doubleheader
James McDonald and Juan Nicasio will square off for the Pirates and Rockies for the first game of Wednesday's doubleheader at 12:35 p.m. ET.
4/25/2012 | MLB Notebook: Gio putting up zeroes
Gio Gonzalez couldn't ask for a much better first month with the Nats. The southpaw is the only pitcher since 1918 to have three consecutive appearances with at least six shutout innings and no more than two hits allowed.
4/25/2012 | Humble Humber dedicated to charitable ways
Philip Humber is a Major League pitcher, a husband and very soon will be a father for the first time. But after a special December trip to the Philippines, the 29-year-old Humber feels as if he became a better person overall.
4/25/2012 | Looking for relief, hopefully in all the right places
Brian Wilson recently undergoing season-ending Tommy John surgery, becoming the third prominent closers who will spend the duration of 2012 on the disabled list. Three others are expected to endure a shorter stay. For the pitchers, the injuries mean grueling rehab. For the teams they leave behind, it means an adjustment.
4/25/2012 | Meggie: Fifth grader breaks bullying barrier
Fifth grader Raeya Ponugoti from Indianapolis won a 2012 Breaking Barriers grand prize in her division for her essay on bullying.
4/25/2012 | Bucs' Hughes lends hand for twin bill, heads to Hall
Jared Hughes made history by appearing as the first 26th man when he blanked the Rockies in the ninth inning of the Bucs' 2-1 loss in the opener of Wednesday's doubleheader. Between games, a Hall of Fame representative called the Pirates, asking for the lineup card to put on display.
4/25/2012 | Rockies make sacrifices to triumph in Game 1
Juan Nicasio threw scoreless ball until yielding Pedro Alvarez's leadoff homer in the seventh, but the Rockies answered back on Tyler Colvin's sacrifice fly for a 2-1 win over the Pirates in Game 1 on Wednesday.
4/25/2012 | Cubs' Wood progressing, no timetable for return
Cubs pitcher Kerry Wood, on the disabled list with right shoulder fatigue, threw off the mound Tuesday and was continuing to make progress in his rehab.
4/25/2012 | Matheny confident in Cards' mental toughness
Cardinals manager Mike Matheny was not concerned with how his team would bounce back on Wednesday following two straight walk-off losses to the Cubs.
4/25/2012 | Bowden realizes childhood dream with Cubs
For Michael Bowden, pitching at Wrigley Field was something he had only imagined as a kid. On Tuesday, Bowden, acquired by the Cubs from the Red Sox over the weekend, actually did it.
4/25/2012 | Wainwright finding what works on the mound
After opening 2012 with two rough starts, Cardinals right-hander Adam Wainwright put together an impressive outing Tuesday, tossing six innings of one-run ball and striking out seven.
4/25/2012 | Astros skipping Weiland's turn in rotation
Kyle Weiland, who was scheduled to pitch on Friday in Cincinnati, is being skipped in the rotation because of a sore right shoulder.
4/25/2012 | Castro sits again after collision at home plate
Nursing a sore neck after a violent collision with the Brewers' Mat Gamel Monday, Jason Castro was out of the lineup Wednesday for the second day in a row.
4/25/2012 | Pineda out for season
Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda has been diagnosed with an anterior labral tear of his right shoulder and is scheduled to undergo season-ending arthroscopic surgery on Tuesday.
4/25/2012 | Lynn wins fourth, Freese homers for Cards
Lance Lynn improved to 4-0 and David Freese hit a game-changing two-run homer, as the Cardinals pulled out a 5-1 victory over the Cubs at Wrigley Field on Wednesday. Freese had three RBIs.
4/25/2012 | Altuve, Martinez come up big in Astros' win
Jose Altuve had a career-high four hits and scored three runs, and J.D. Martinez had three hits and three RBIs to help the Astros snap a two-game losing streak with a 7-5 win over the Brewers in the series finale at Miller Park.
4/25/2012 | Nats' Zimmerman gets good news from MRI
Ryan Zimmerman was absent from the lineup again on Wednesday, but an MRI taken on the third baseman's right shoulder showed no structural damage. The lingering pain could, however, land Zimmerman on the DL if it does not subside soon.
4/25/2012 | Konerko connects for 400th career homer
Paul Konerko's long ball in the ninth inning Wednesday did two things: It brought the White Sox even with the A's to send the game to extra innings, and it gave the White Sox slugger 400 homers in his career.
4/25/2012 | Hamels' arm and bat lead Phillies to win
A big sixth inning paired with a dominant performance from Cole Hamels helped the Phillies beat the D-backs, 7-2, on Wednesday.
4/25/2012 | High five! Bucs' twin bill brightens with big frame
Pedro Alvarez homered for the second time in the Bucs' doubleheader during a five-run outburst in that fifth, leading the way for a 5-1 win over the Rockies in Wednesday's nightcap.
4/25/2012 | Rangers give Feliz rest by pushing back start
The Rangers are pushing starter Neftali Feliz back in the rotation to give him extra rest, with his next start scheduled for Tuesday.
4/25/2012 | Mets awaiting medical opinion on Pelfrey
Mike Pelfrey is playing the waiting game. The Mets have sent Pelfrey's MRI results to Dr. James Andrews, and as of late Wednesday afternoon were awaiting word on the orthopedist's medical opinion.
4/25/2012 | Giants' Huff goes on DL with anxiety issues
The Giants have placed Aubrey Huff on the 15-day disabled list after manager Bruce Bochy revealed Wednesday that the veteran has been dealing with anxiety attacks.
4/25/2012 | Cespedes' HR, Ka'aihue's 1B lift A's in 14th
Kila Ka'aihue's walk-off single in the 14th followed a two-run homer off the bat of Yoenis Cespedes to wipe away a two-run Chicago lead and give the A's a 5-4 victory in Oakland.
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