5/10/2012 | Marlins developing strong pitching at all levels
Returning to a pitching-prominent organization has long been the Marlins' objective. For years, stockpiling as many quality arms as possible has been the plan. But the results didn't always follow. Right now, the franchise is seeing progress -- at all levels.
5/10/2012 | Melvin eyeing sustained success with Crew
Doug Melvin is now in his 10th season in Milwaukee. In practice, he is baseball's eighth-longest tenured GM, and on Tuesday, owner Mark Attanasio gave Melvin a promotion to president of baseball operations and a contract extension through 2015.
5/10/2012 | Padres see natural leader in prospect Peterson
Jace Peterson, regarded as one of the top prospects in a Padres Minor League system that's fast become the envy of baseball, figures he'll learn a lot about himself in 2012 as he endures the peaks and valleys of his first full professional season.
5/10/2012 | Cashman gives testimony in Clemens trial
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman was called to the witness stand Thursday in the federal perjury trial of Roger Clemens.
5/10/2012 | Improved Astros quietly exceeding expectations
For those willing to look beyond the Astros' 14-17 record -- which is a two-game improvement over this point last year -- the strides that have been made this season are rather remarkable.
5/10/2012 | Phils GM: Everyone will be held accountable
There are changes coming. Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. overlooked the field from the GM suite at Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday afternoon, hours before Charlie Manuel blistered his players in a fiery team meeting following an embarrassing 10-6 loss to the Mets.
5/10/2012 | Baseball a family affair for Pomeranz brothers
Drew Pomeranz was preparing to make his ninth career start at San Diego when he looked at one of the televisions in the visiting clubhouse and saw that the Orioles had called his brother, Stu, into a 14-3 loss to the Rangers in Baltimore.
5/10/2012 | Bloom: Concussion talk hits home for Matheny
Cardinals manager and former catcher Mike Matheny has been following the recent controversy involving head injuries to National Football League players with particular personal interest.
5/10/2012 | Rangers set for tango with ex-mate Wilson
The Rangers are returning to the Ballpark in Arlington on Friday night. The Angels will be waiting for them, and so will C.J. Wilson.
5/10/2012 | Orioles' Chavez heads to disabled list
As expected, given the Orioles' decision to recall starter Tommy Hunter, the team has placed outfielder Endy Chavez on the 15-day disabled list on Thursday with a left intercostal muscle strain.
5/10/2012 | Pirates place Hanrahan on bereavement list
The Pirates placed closer Joel Hanrahan on the bereavement list Thursday and recalled right-hander Daniel McCutchen from Triple-A. Hanrahan is expected to rejoin the Bucs on Sunday.
5/10/2012 | C.J. returns to Texas with Halos, faces Darvish
As the Angels prepare for their first series of the year vs. the rival Rangers this weekend, they're focused more on reaching their own potential than the strong start of the defending AL champions.
5/10/2012 | After setback, Gardner to miss weeks more
Yankees manager Joe Girardi said after Thursday's 5-3 win over the Rays that left fielder Brett Gardner experienced a setback in his rehabilitation from a right elbow injury and will miss at least 15-25 more days of game action.
5/10/2012 | Sign Vlad to Minors deal
The Blue Jays on Thursday signed nine-time All-Star Vladimir Guerrero to a Minor League contract. Guerrero spent the 2011 season with the Orioles.
5/10/2012 | Orioles open with historic homer trio
For the first time in American League history, a game opened with back-to-back-to-back home runs as Orioles Ryan Flaherty, J.J. Hardy and Nick Markakis staked Baltimore to a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the first in Game 1 of Thursday's doubleheader against Texas.
5/10/2012 | MLB looks at eliminating 1st-and-3rd trick move
Major League Baseball is considering a rule change that could eliminate the ability of a pitcher to keep his foot on the rubber and fake a throw to third base when there are runners on both first and third.
5/10/2012 | Longtime Rox fan 'G-ma' Honorary Bat Girl
Mabel Miyasaki has been as close to an official bat girl for the Rockies throughout their existence. All the Rockies did was formalize it by naming her their 2012 Honorary Bat Girl as part of Major League Baseball's Mother's Day program to bring breast cancer awareness.
5/10/2012 | O's win
The Orioles smashed five home runs and Wei-Yin Chen made the best start of his professional career to propel Baltimore to a 6-5 win over Texas in the opening game of Thursday's doubleheader.
5/10/2012 | Hurdle tosses BP to former Steeler Ward
The guy pitching batting practice early Thursday in PNC Park to Hines Ward, and gregariously enjoying it, was Clint Hurdle.
5/10/2012 | Bodley: Phils missing more than Howard, Utley
The Phillies are breathlessly waiting for the return of Ryan Howard and Chase Utley, but it's a long shot that their presence will propel the five-time National League East champs back to the postseason.
5/10/2012 | Preparing for debut, Pettitte sticks to routine
Andy Pettitte spoke to reporters from his Westchester, N.Y., home on Thursday and said that he has commuted to Yankee Stadium this week to throw morning bullpen sessions in front of pitching coach Larry Rothschild, getting set for Sunday's starting assignment as normally as possible.
5/10/2012 | Nats' Johnson holds team meeting before finale
A day after watching his team lose its third straight game, Nationals manager Davey Johnson held a team meeting around 4:30 p.m. ET on Thursday. The meeting lasted about 10 minutes.
5/10/2012 | Bautista sees Vlad as good fit
When news broke that Vladimir Guerrero had signed a Minor League contract with Toronto, some questioned how he would fit into the lineup.
5/10/2012 | Liriano frustrated, but understands move to 'pen
Left-hander Francisco Liriano said he's been frustrated by his slow start this season and understands why the Twins decided to move him to the bullpen to try to get him back on track.
5/10/2012 | Damon focused in return to Fenway
Indians outfielder Johnny Damon is worried more about finding his swing than getting booed in his latest return to Fenway Park.
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