4/15/2013 | Sizzling Braves have the power in rankings
Watch out, Nats fans, the Braves are sizzling in Hotlanta and there's a new beast in the NL East. A nine-game winning streak and a spot at the top of the standings have propelled Atlanta to the top spot in MLB.com's Power Rankings.
4/15/2013 | Story of Jackie brought to life in '42'
Jackie Robinson is one of America's true heroes, and "42" is a lasting image of what our country used to be, and of one man who helped change it for the better.
4/15/2013 | MLB Notebook: Halladay amazing from start
Phillies right-hander Roy Halladay is the 109th pitcher since 1876 to reach 200 wins, as he beat the Marlins on Sunday to reach the milestone. He's also the 70th to win at least 200 games in the liveball era.
4/15/2013 | In tuning out distractions, Rios has thrived
Alex Rios has been one of the most productive outfielders in baseball since the beginning of the 2012 season.
4/15/2013 | Cubs, city complete deal for Wrigley renovations
The Cubs and the city of Chicago have reached an agreement on a $500 million renovation plan for Wrigley Field that includes the addition of a video scoreboard in left field, more night games and improvements to the Wrigleyville community.
4/15/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: April 15
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
4/15/2013 | Cubs throw record five wild pitches in single inning
Cubs starter Edwin Jackson struggled with his command during the sixth inning of Sunday's 10-7, 10-inning loss to the Giants, and when manager Dale Sveum called to the bullpen, his replacement, right-handed reliever Michael Bowden, didn't fare much better as the two combined to set a Major League record for most wild pitches in an inning of a regular-season game with five.
4/15/2013 | It's all for one, one for all among outfielders
Communication on the diamond can help ease the transition for a new outfield, something several teams, including the Braves, Nationals and Angels are experiencing this season.
4/15/2013 | The Week Ahead: Jackie's legacy takes center stage
Monday is April 15, which means we have to pay our taxes but we also have to pay our respects to the life, legacy, memory and impact that Jackie Robinson had on baseball and, more importantly, on society.
4/14/2013 | Pollock's intangibles enhance his on-field value
D-backs outfielder A.J. Pollock doesn't overwhelm with one outstanding tool. He isn't flashy. He's just a solid, dependable, hard-working baseball player.
4/14/2013 | Headley gets in work at third in rehab game
Padres third baseman Chase Headley made the second start of his Minor League rehab assignment with Class A Lake Elsinore of Sunday afternoon, his first in the field. He went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts for the Storm.
4/14/2013 | Hamilton showing signs of delivering what Angels need
As Josh Hamilton gets more and more comfortable in Los Angeles, he knows he'll produce on the the field. And while the Angels have gotten off to another poor start, Hamilton and the rest of the club are not drawing any comparisons to last season's disappointment.
4/14/2013 | Gee, Mets looking to stay hot on Jackie Robinson Day
The Mets will try to stay warm on Jackie Robinson Day against the Rockies, as right-hander Dillon Gee makes his third start of the season in Monday's series opener against Juan Nicasio at Coors Field.
4/14/2013 | Dodgers set to honor Robinson as they host Padres
On Monday, the Dodgers will celebrate Jackie Robinson Day against the San Diego Padres at 7:10 p.m. PT. Chad Billingsley gets the call for the Dodgers and Eric Stults starts for the Padres in the first game between the clubs since Thursday's bench-clearing brawl.
4/14/2013 | RBI youth share big league dreams at Dodger Stadium
Nearly 250 school children from Los Angeles participated in the Jackie Robinson Day RBI Youth Clinic at Dodger Stadium on Sunday.
4/14/2013 | Halos riding momentum into Jackie Robinson Day
Joe Blanton heads to the mound as the Angels take on Kevin Correia and the Twins at Target Field on Jackie Robinson Day.
4/14/2013 | Tigers ride offensive surge to series win over A's
Using a fine offensive showing highlighted by Austin Jackson's four hits and Torii Hunter's three, the Tigers defeated the Oakland A's, 10-1, in Oakland on Sunday.
4/14/2013 | Pryor could miss time with right lat strain
Right-handed reliever Stephen Pryor, who has not allowed a run in seven appearances for the Mariners, may miss some time after straining his right lat in Sunday's 4-3 win against the Rangers.
4/14/2013 | Buchholz rewarding Red Sox's faith in his abilities
After all the years of promise and disappointment, after all the stops and starts in his career, Clay Buchholz finally may have arrived at a place where the Red Sox always believed he'd get to.
4/14/2013 | After honoring Jackie, Red Sox look to sweep Rays
Jon Lester got the Red Sox off to a strong start Saturday, Clay Buchholz was nearly unhittable Sunday and the Rays managed to cobble together just one run in two days. Right-hander Ryan Dempster will try to keep the Sox rolling Monday morning, when Boston will celebrate both Patriots' Day and Jackie Robinson Day.
4/14/2013 | Gattis proving he's more than just big bat
Evan Gattis has garnered the attention of the baseball world while hitting four home runs in the first 30 at-bats of his career. But the Braves have been equally encouraged by how comfortable their pitchers have become while throwing to the 26-year-old rookie catcher.
4/14/2013 | Kimbrel not concerned about slight dip in velocity
Craig Kimbrel's fastball did not register its normal velocity as he completed a perfect ninth inning in Saturday afternoon's win over the Nationals. But the Braves' closer believes this was simply a product of making two appearances in a span of approximately 16 hours.
4/14/2013 | Ramos heads to DL, Solano recalled
The Nationals recalled catcher Jhonatan Solano from Triple-A Syracuse and placed catcher Wilson Ramos on the 15-day disabled list with a left hamstring strain.
4/14/2013 | Zimmerman not concerned by recent errors
After watching Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman make key errors against the Braves on Friday night and Saturday afternoon, an American League scout asked when Zimmerman was moving over to play first base. The scout feels Zimmerman's arm isn't strong enough to play third base any more.
4/14/2013 | Espinosa day to day with sore right wrist
Nationals second baseman Danny Espinosa left Sunday's game against the Braves because of a sore right wrist, the team announced.
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