4/22/2012 | Earth Day initiatives becoming commonplace
MLB teams and stadiums are going to green with a multitude of new programs and initiatives.
4/22/2012 | MLB Notebook: Is this decade of the pitcher?
Philip Humber tossed the 21st perfect game in MLB history on Saturday, one of 10 starters to go at least six innings and finish with one or fewer runs on the day.
4/22/2012 | Leyland 'thrilled' about Humber's perfect game
Jim Leyland knows all too well the heartbreak of a pitcher being one out from history and having the moment taken away from him. That might be partly why the Tigers' skipper said Sunday he was "thrilled" and "glad" the umpire called strike three to give White Sox pitcher Philip Humber the 21st perfect game in Major League history.
4/22/2012 | Twins' Blackburn ready to start Tuesday vs. Red Sox
Everything went well in Nick Blackburn's bullpen session Sunday morning, so the right-hander will make his third start of the season Tuesday against the Red Sox at Target Field.
4/22/2012 | Twins' infielder Hughes claimed by Oakland
Former Twins infielder Luke Hughes was claimed off waivers by the A's, Minnesota announced Sunday.
4/22/2012 | Mauer makes 16th straight start in Twins' lineup
Joe Mauer was back in the starting lineup for Sunday's series finale against the Rays. He's been there in the three-hole for all 16 of the Twins' games this season, though not necessarily in the same place defensively.
4/22/2012 | Blue Jays confident with Cordero as closer
With the injury to Sergio Santos, the Blue Jays needed an interim closer, and they couldn't have had a better option available than veteran Francisco Cordero.
4/22/2012 | Dempster unsure when quad injury occurred
Ryan Dempster isn't exactly sure when he hurt his right leg, but the Cubs are taking a precautionary approach with the right-hander, who was placed on the disabled list Saturday, retroactive to April 18.
4/22/2012 | Jackson close, but not ready for Majors yet
Brett Jackson is close to being Major League ready, but he still needs time to develop in the Minor Leagues, manager Dale Sveum said.
4/22/2012 | Jay to have shoulder examined in St. Louis
Outfielder Jon Jay left the Cardinals on Sunday to return to St. Louis, where he will undergo an MRI as part of a reexamination of his right shoulder. Jay, who is nursing a sprained right shoulder, was experiencing more soreness on Sunday.
4/22/2012 | Braun receives MVP hardware before finale
Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun was a bit sheepish about accepting his 2011 National League MVP Award for the second time.
4/22/2012 | Holliday trying to work his way through slump
While manager Mike Matheny wouldn't have considered sitting Matt Holliday against Pirates starter Erik Bedard on Sunday, in general, Holliday has continued to ask to play his way out of his ongoing offensive slump.
4/22/2012 | Yanks-Sox Sunday night game postponed
Sunday night's Yankees-Red Sox game has been postponed due to inclement weather. No makeup time has been announced.
4/22/2012 | Lee, Phils taking a cautious approach to injury
Cliff Lee said he and the Phillies discussed whether he would just miss a start or go on the disabled list for his strained left oblique. They erred on the side of caution, and Lee said he can't argue with that.
4/22/2012 | Collins: Francisco 'still the closer' for Mets
Frank Francisco assured manager Terry Collins that the left knee discomfort that had bothered him during Spring Training is not an issue, with Collins later confirming that Francisco is still the closer.
4/22/2012 | Pujols takes his first cuts at DH
Albert Pujols was in the lineup, as usual, for the Angels on Sunday, but for the first time he was the team's designated hitter.
4/22/2012 | Lohse cruises to third win as Cards top Bucs
Another dominant start from Kyle Lohse pushed the Cardinals to a 5-1 win over Pittsburgh on Sunday. The victory came in front of 30,437 at PNC Park and sealed another series win for St. Louis, which has yet to drop a series this season.
4/22/2012 | Jennings, Niemann push Rays to series win
Jeff Niemann went 5 1/3, allowing two runs on three hits while striking out five, while Desmond Jennings hit a two-run homer and added an RBI on a sac fly.
4/22/2012 | Padres' Blanks set for season-ending surgery
A week after he landed on the disabled list with a strained left shoulder, Padres outfielder Kyle Blanks is headed toward season-ending surgery to repair a significant tear in the labrum of that shoulder.
4/22/2012 | Rangers squeeze out series win in Detroit
Rangers utility infielder Alberto Gonzalez smiled, but he did not lie. He was sitting at his locker after the Rangers' 3-2 victory over the Tigers and was asked if the game-winning bunt hit his knee. "Yes," he said.
4/22/2012 | Schafer's first slam backs Wandy's gem
Jordan Schafer hit his first career grand slam and Wandy Rodriguez pitched seven scoreless innings as the Astros beat the Dodgers, 12-0, on Sunday at Minute Maid Park.
4/22/2012 | Romero, Blue Jays winners against Royals
Lefty Ricky Romero was solid for eight innings and Brett Lawrie helped him with a two-run single in a four-run fifth as the Blue Jays posted a 5-3 win over the Royals on Sunday at Kauffman Stadium.
4/22/2012 | Cuddyer's double propels Rox to win over Crew
Michael Cuddyer hit a go-ahead two-run double in the eighth inning on Sunday, as the Rockies downed Milwaukee, 4-1, in the rubber game at Miller Park.
4/22/2012 | O's Showalter ejected for first time this season
Buck Showalter was ejected from Sunday's game against the Angels after arguing a called strike to Nick Markakis in the top of the sixth inning.
4/22/2012 | Hundley helps Padres gain split with Phils
Nick Hundley drove in a career-high four runs and Anthony Bass didn't allow an earned run in six innings on Sunday, as the Padres defeated the Phillies, 6-1, in front of a crowd of 26,759 at Petco Park.
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