4/24/2012 | Nothing yet official between Matsui, Rays
The Rays are expected to sign former World Series MVP Hideki Matsui to a Minor League deal. It just hasn't come to fruition yet.
4/24/2012 | Lowe reportedly robbed of Series ring, trophy
Derek Lowe is hoping to have a chance to earn a World Series ring this year with the Indians. In the meantime, the veteran pitcher will settle for recovering the ring and trophy he captured as a member of the Red Sox.
4/24/2012 | Pirates, Rockies first to add 26th man
Thanks to a new rule allowing rosters to expand to 26 players for doubleheaders, the Pirates and Rockies will be the first two teams to ever implement the rule.
4/24/2012 | Through first six games, Rays' attendance up
The Rays have drawn 175,613 fans (29,269 per game) through their first six home games this season, their highest total through six games at Tropicana Field since the inaugural 1998 season.
4/24/2012 | Willis files grievance against Orioles
Dontrelle Willis filed a grievance Tuesday afternoon against the Orioles. He left the team's Triple-A Norfolk affiliate without the organization's permission after being placed on the Minor League restricted list.
4/24/2012 | Torres likely to join Mets before Astros series
Barring a setback, outfielder Andres Torres is scheduled to join the Mets on Sunday evening in Houston, after more than three weeks on the disabled list with a strained left calf.
4/24/2012 | Rehabbing Carp takes night off
Mike Carp, who's been rehabbing a sprained right shoulder with Tacoma, was a late scratch from that team's lineup on Monday. Manager Eric Wedge said on Tuesday that it was Carp who approached the coaching staff and asked for the night off.
4/24/2012 | Mixed reaction as Reyes returns to Citi Field
He woke up in his house on Long Island like he had hundreds of times before. Got into his car and drove to Citi Field as he had hundreds of times before. Any illusion Jose Reyes might have had this was just another day didn't last long, though.
4/24/2012 | 'Fit' Beltre returns to Rangers' lineup
Adrian Beltre was back in the starting lineup for the Rangers on Tuesday against the Yankees after missing three-plus games with a strained left hamstring. Beltre injured the hamstring while running out a double in the second inning of the first game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Tigers.
4/24/2012 | Marshall getting job done as Reds' closer
It wasn't how the Reds drew up the plans over the winter, but Sean Marshall has assimilated well to the closer's role.
4/24/2012 | Trumbo mans right field for fifth position in '12
The Angels weren't kidding when they told Mark Trumbo he needed to be flexible. On Tuesday, for the series opener against the Rays at Tropicana Field, the right-handed slugger started at his fifth position in the season's first month -- right field, as the No. 5 hitter.
4/24/2012 | Skip's next up in Cards' second-base shuffle
With manager Mike Matheny looking for offense from his second basemen, Skip Schumaker on Tuesday became the third different Cardinal to start at the position this season.
4/24/2012 | Royals say bad blood with Indians in past
When the Indians and Royals met 10 days ago, tensions were through the roof, as benches cleared twice and three Indians were ejected. That drama is in the past, however.
4/24/2012 | Jays' Santos out at least four weeks
Sergio Santos will be out for at least the next four weeks due to inflammation in his right throwing shoulder.
4/24/2012 | Fister ready to throw but timetable unclear
Doug Fister appears to be ready to throw again as he recovers an injury to his left rib cage, but the timetable for him to throw off a mound again, or start a rehab assignment, remains unclear.
4/24/2012 | Buchholz lacking confidence in changeup
Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz has thrown a changeup just seven percent of the time this season. That's well down from his 20 percent career rate.
4/24/2012 | Lincecum gets first win, but work not done
Tim Lincecum got his first win of the season in the first game of Monday's doubleheader at New York. He went five innings, striking out eight while allowing just one run on four hits in the 6-1 victory.
4/24/2012 | Liriano on board with decision to miss start
Left-hander Francisco Liriano said he's fine with the club's plan to have him skip a start this week to help him get back on track.
4/24/2012 | Regardless, Pineda to seek second opinion
The Yankees are waiting for a second opinion on right-hander Michael Pineda, who had a dye contrast MRI exam performed on his ailing right shoulder on Tuesday in New York.
4/24/2012 | Narveson to undergo season-ending surgery
The second opinion on Chris Narveson's aching left shoulder was the same as the first, so the left-hander will undergo season-ending surgery to repair a partial tear to his rotator cuff.
4/24/2012 | Rockies' Helton hopes to keep up hot hitting
Rockies first baseman Todd Helton had two days of rest and his last two hits were home runs, so it was a good time for him to arrive in Pittsburgh.
4/24/2012 | Marlins try to capitalize on extra rest
Two days off gave the Marlins time to regroup and get settled into New York. The breather came after the Marlins were rained out on Sunday at Washington, and there was a scheduled off-day on Monday.
4/24/2012 | Pena goes deep for Rays for hit No. 1,000
Carlos Pena picked up his 1,000th hit in style during Tuesday night's 5-0 win over the Angels, blasting a solo home run into the right-field stands against Angels right-hander Ervin Santana in the sixth inning.
4/24/2012 | Nats' team doctor to examine Zim's MRI results
Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman's sore right shoulder held him out of the lineup again on Tuesday, and Zimmerman had an MRI to determine the severity of the injury.
4/24/2012 | Dodgers place Guerrier on DL with sore elbow
Dodgers reliever Matt Guerrier, signed in part to be the bullpen workhorse, was placed on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday because of right elbow flexor tendinitis.
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