5/14/2012 | Historic bat to Hall
The bat Josh Hamilton used in his Major League record-tying four-homer game last week in Baltimore is headed for the Hall of Fame.
5/14/2012 | Power surge nets Hamilton AL Player of Week
After a historic week, Major League Baseball recognized Josh Hamilton with his second career American League Player of the Week honor.
5/14/2012 | Red-hot Beltran named NL Player of Week
For leading the National League in a host of offensive categories last week, Cardinals outfielder Carlos Beltran was named the league's Player of the Week on Monday.
5/14/2012 | KC's Duffy likely to have Tommy John surgery
Left-handed pitcher Danny Duffy has a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his left elbow and is likely headed for Tommy John surgery, pending further evaluation.
5/14/2012 | Power bats propel Texas, LA in Rankings
With arguably the two best players in the game right now -- Josh Hamilton and Matt Kemp -- the Rangers and Dodgers reside at the top of this week's MLB.com Power Rankings.
5/14/2012 | Former O's first-rounder Rowell suspended
Former first-round pick Billy Rowell has received a 50-game suspension after a second violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program for a drug of abuse, Major League Baseball announced Monday afternoon.
5/14/2012 | MLB dismisses independent arbitrator Das
Major League Baseball has dismissed Shyam Das, the arbitrator who made the decision in the Ryan Braun case earlier this year, an official in the Commissioner's Office confirmed on Monday.
5/14/2012 | Collins preaching patience with Francisco
Less than a day after casting doubt over Frank Francisco's ninth-inning duties, Mets manager Terry Collins reaffirmed his loyalty to the closer.
5/14/2012 | Bay eyes rehab in Florida after examination
Jason Bay's road back from the disabled list began Monday at Citi Field, when a team doctor examined the outfielder and cleared him to begin baseball activities.
5/14/2012 | Johnson: Morse looking at return in early June
Nationals left fielder Michael Morse, who has yet to play a Major League game this season because of a torn left lat (shoulder) muscle, threw the baseball from 50 to 60 feet and didn't have any problems.
5/14/2012 | Braun staying mum about off-field situation
Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun declined to comment Monday about two off-the-field matters related to his successful appeal of a suspension during the offseason.
5/14/2012 | Jays' Santos progressing, throws from 90 feet
Sergio Santos continues to make steady progress in his return from a right shoulder injury. Santos, who is working out at the Blue Jays' Minor League complex in Dunedin, Fla., played catch from 90 feet on Monday and is expected to be stretched out to 120-150 feet in the coming days.
5/14/2012 | Confidence key as Miami leads league in steals
For the Marlins, stealing bases is as much about confidence as it is about ability. Fortunately for them, they have a surplus of both this season.
5/14/2012 | Details of Pettitte's contract revealed
Andy Pettitte will be guaranteed his full $2.5 million salary from the Yankees on Thursday, The Associated Press reported, citing details of the left-hander's contract.
5/14/2012 | Hall of Fame claims Votto's magic bat
After a rain delay of more than three hours and then a game that lasted nearly four hours, the Reds didn't arrive in Atlanta until almost midnight ET on Sunday night. "It was exhausting," Joey Votto said. "It was a long day, but a good day."
5/14/2012 | Cardinals release struggling lefty Romero
The Cardinals are down to one left-handed reliever in their bullpen after releasing J.C. Romero on Monday.
5/14/2012 | Friars make 'awe-inspiring' Pentagon visit
A group of Padres players and coaches spent Monday morning taking a tour of the Pentagon, where they met with the leadership of the United States Army, Navy and Marine Corps.
5/14/2012 | Luetge excelling in tougher situations
Rule 5 Draft reliever Lucas Luetge is handling an increasingly critical role for manager Eric Wedge, who is trusting him in bigger and tougher situations as the season progresses.
5/14/2012 | MLB lifts 100-game suspension for Alfonzo
Major League Baseball announced on Monday that it has reversed the 100-game drug-related suspension of Rockies catcher Eliezer Alfonzo.
5/14/2012 | Manuel to give Lee longer leash on Tuesday
Manager Charlie Manuel took Cliff Lee out of his first start since coming off the disabled list after 84 pitches last Wednesday. Manuel plans on letting Lee throw between 85 and 100 pitches in Tuesday's start against the Astros.
5/14/2012 | Chipper's knee responding well to air travel
Chipper Jones no longer has to worry about how air travel will affect his surgically repaired left knee. After flying back from St. Louis on Sunday night, the Braves third baseman was in the lineup for Monday's series opener against the Reds.
5/14/2012 | Hurdle likes stacked top of Pirates' order
The Bucs' 97 runs scored are the lowest in the Majors, and Clint Hurdle is looking for ways to improve his team's offensive production.
5/14/2012 | Youkilis swings bat, could return on road trip
Third baseman Kevin Youkilis is in the home stretch of his rehab from a lower back injury, but he was not quite ready to return to the roster on Monday, the first day he was eligible.
5/14/2012 | Jeter passes Yount with hit No. 3,143
With a third-inning single to center field on Monday, Derek Jeter moved past Robin Yount for sole possession of 17th place on baseball's all-time hits list with 3,143.
5/14/2012 | Rays' Niemann hit by liner, breaks bone in leg
Rays right-hander Jeff Niemann was diagnosed with a small fracture of his right fibula after getting hit in the first inning with a comebacker off the bat of Blue Jays first baseman Adam Lind. It is believed Niemann will miss four to six weeks.
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