4/19/2013 | Chacin leaves game with oblique stiffness
Rockies right-hander Jhoulys Chacin was 6 1/3 innings into a scoreless performance on Friday night when he grasped his left side and lower back in pain and left the game against the D-backs with left oblique stiffness.
4/19/2013 | Maybin gets splint, treatment on sore wrist
Center fielder Cameron Maybin, who went on the disabled list Wednesday, had a cortisone shot in his right wrist this week and has been fitted for a splint.
4/19/2013 | Pena wary of concussion risks
Tigers catcher Brayan Pena takes pride in the hits he has taken during home-plate collisions, and he considers them part of his job. But if Major League Baseball asked him about a rules change to limit or eliminate collisions at the plate, he'd be in favor of it.
4/19/2013 | Valverde impresses in first Minor League outing
Jose Valverde's first Minor League game went about as smoothly as his extended spring training outings did. He pitched a hitless seventh inning for high Class A Lakeland on Friday night against the Blue Jays' Class A affiliate at Joker Marchant Stadium.
4/19/2013 | Trout's rookie season reminds Leyland of Fidrych
Tigers manager Jim Leyland called Mike Trout the most talented rookie he has ever seen break into the game, but he said Mark Fidrych's impact as a rookie is a worthy comparison.
4/19/2013 | In Anaheim, Torii is gone but far from forgotten
Torii Hunter's move from Anaheim to Detroit had a rough start, but the veteran outfielder is thriving with a Tigers club that is ecstatic to have him, and his impact in the Angels clubhouse is still cherished by former teammates.
4/19/2013 | Lopez checks in with Boston players
Giants left-hander Javier Lopez, who pitched for the Boston Red Sox from 2006-09, reached out to former teammates to ease his mind after Monday's bombings at the Boston Marathon.
4/19/2013 | Across MLB, teams, fans stand with Boston
Major League Baseball's teams and fans expressed relief in ballparks across the country Friday night, when it was learned the suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings had been captured.
4/19/2013 | Tulo's homer leads Rox to seventh straight win
Troy Tulowitzki homered for the fifth time and the National League West-leading Rockies won their seventh straight, 3-1, over the D-backs. But the joy was tempered when Jhoulys Chacin grasped his back and side on consecutive seventh-inning fastballs and was removed.
4/19/2013 | Madson pitches in simulated game
Ryan Madson faced live hitters in a simulated game on Friday for the first time in his recovery from Tommy John surgery, a significant step for the injured Angels reliever.
4/19/2013 | Sveum ejected in sixth inning of Friday's game
Cubs manager Dale Sveum was ejected in the sixth inning Friday night for questioning a call by home-plate umpire Chris Guccione.
4/19/2013 | D-backs giving extra effort early in season
The D-backs have a triple-play perfecto going, establishing undefeated records this season in three overlapping categories.
4/19/2013 | Brewers top Cubs, push winning streak to five
A Brewers club five days removed from the longest scoring drought in franchise history has suddenly won five games in a row, including Friday's 5-4 triumph over the Cubs at Miller Park.
4/19/2013 | Wandy returns with masterful gem as Bucs roll
Jumping back into the fray after having to skip one turn due to a strain of his left hamstring, Wandy Rodriguez utterly silenced the team with the Majors' best record and most home runs in the Pirates' 6-0 victory against the Braves at PNC Park.
4/19/2013 | Martinez sustains sprained knee during swing
Astros left fielder J.D. Martinez had to be helped off the field by trainers in the fourth inning on Friday after his right knee appeared to buckle during an at-bat against Indians starter Brett Myers.
4/19/2013 | Royals waited out Boston manhunt in hotel
The Royals, in Boston to play the Red Sox, were in a lockdown at their downtown hotel during the hunt for a Boston Marathon bomber suspect. The club was scheduled to play the Red Sox on Friday night, but the game was postponed.
4/19/2013 | Giants legend Mays' wife passes away
Mae Louise Allen Mays, the wife of Giants legend Willie Mays, died in her sleep Friday morning in the couple's Atherton, Calif., home after a 16-year bout with Alzheimer's disease. She was 74.
4/19/2013 | Rain, lightning postpone O's opener vs. Dodgers
Friday's Interleague matchup between the Dodgers and Orioles was postponed due to heavy rain and lightning and will be made up as part of a day-night doubleheader Saturday.
4/19/2013 | Outman called up, Volstad sent down
A lights-out beginning at Triple-A Colorado Springs has earned left-handed relief pitcher Josh Outman a promotion to the Rockies for Friday night's opener of a three-game weekend series against the D-backs.
4/19/2013 | Anderson leaves Friday's game with sprained ankle
Injury-plagued Brett Anderson, who has been limited to 41 starts for the A's since 2009 due to four stints on the disabled list, was forced to leave Friday night's game against Tampa Bay after the first inning because of a sprained right ankle.
4/19/2013 | Maine designated for assignment; Koehler recalled
John Maine, a non-roster invitee who opened the season with the Marlins, was designated for assignment on Friday. Tom Koehler was called up from Triple-A New Orleans to fill the long relief, emergency starter role.
4/19/2013 | Pagan clubs winner in Giants' walk-off victory
Angel Pagan ripped a tiebreaking double with one out in the ninth inning Friday night to lift the Giants to a 3-2 triumph over the San Diego Padres.
4/19/2013 | Garza hurls two-inning simulated game
Cubs pitcher Matt Garza threw a two-inning simulated game Friday at Miller Park and did well, although he struggled a bit with what manager Dale Sveum called "pinpoint-manship."
4/19/2013 | Berkman back in lineup despite sore knee
After sitting out three games at Wrigley Field, Rangers designated hitter Lance Berkman was back in the lineup Friday -- sore knee and all.
4/19/2013 | d'Arnaud won't need surgery on broken bone in foot
Mets top prospect Travis d'Arnaud will not require surgery to repair a fractured bone in his left foot, the catcher learned during a reexamination Friday at the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan.
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