5/9/2012 | Richard hopes luck turns as Padres head to Philly
The Padres and Phillies face off Friday in the opener of a three-game set. Clayton Richard gets the call for San Diego, while Philadelphia counters with Vance Worley.
5/9/2012 | Nostalgia on tap as Sveum returns to Milwaukee
Dale Sveum has already faced off against his former team this season, but a trip back to Miller Park this weekend should provide another wave of nostalgia.
5/8/2012 | Mota suspended 100 games for positive test
Giants reliever Guillermo Mota was suspended Monday for 100 games after testing positive for clenbuterol, a performance-enhancing substance, in violation of Major League Baseball's Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.
5/8/2012 | Reds activate Cairo; Harris outrighted to Minors
To make room for Miguel Cairo's activation from the 15-day disabled list on Monday, the Reds sent Willie Harris outright to Triple-A Louisville.
5/8/2012 | Hamels suspended 5 games for hitting Harper
A day after Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels stoked the budding rivalry between his team and the Washington Nationals by hitting Bryce Harper with a pitch and then admitting that he did it intentionally, Major League Baseball responded by suspending the left-hander for five games and hitting him with an undisclosed fine.
5/8/2012 | Pettitte will make Yankees return on Sunday
The Yankees plan to add Andy Pettitte to their active roster and have him pitch on Sunday against the Seattle Mariners, general manager Brian Cashman said Tuesday.
5/8/2012 | Dodgers' new owners celebrate first home game
A noticeable buzz could be felt throughout Dodger Stadium on Monday night as the Dodgers played their first home game under Guggenheim Baseball Management.
5/8/2012 | Possible concussion could sideline Thole
Mets catcher Josh Thole left Monday's game in the eighth inning after taking a shoulder blow to his face. The catcher appears to be headed to the disabled list with a possible concussion.
5/8/2012 | Five-O: Reds ride big frame to win over Crew
Jay Bruce launched a mammoth three-run homer in a five-run fourth and Bronson Arroyo fanned nine as the Reds rolled to a 6-1 win over the Brewers in Monday's series opener at Miller Park.
5/8/2012 | Cubs launch three HRs to back Samardzija
Bryan LaHair and Ian Stewart hit consecutive homers in the fourth, Geovany Soto launched a two-run shot in the eighth and Carlos Marmol survived a shaky inning to back Jeff Samardzija, lifting the Cubs to a 5-1 victory over the Braves on a foggy Monday night.
5/8/2012 | Weaver stymies Twins again, moves to 5-0
Facing the same Twins he no-hit on Wednesday night, Jered Weaver muscled through a successful six-inning outing, giving up just one run despite an escalating pitch count to notch his fifth win of the year and lead the Angels to an 8-3 victory at Target Field on Monday.
5/8/2012 | Twice as nice: Middlebrooks powers Red Sox
Kauffman Stadium, meet Will Middlebrooks. The highly-touted prospect, who is occupying the hot corner for the Red Sox while Kevin Youkilis tries to heal his ailing back, enjoyed his first Major League road game, putting on a dazzling display of power that won't soon be forgotten.
5/8/2012 | Sipp helps short-handed Tribe sweep DH
Shelley Duncan's double in the eighth inning delivered the game-winning run and Tony Sipp closed out the ninth for his first save of the season as the Indians grabbed a rain-soaked 3-2 victory over the White Sox in the nightcap of a doubleheader on Monday.
5/8/2012 | Justice: Marlins' gamble on Big Z is paying off
From the beginning of the experiment that brought Carlos Zambrano to the Marlins, manager Ozzie Guillen was confident that he would create an environment that would allow his pitcher to flourish. And his pitcher has.
5/8/2012 | Pomeranz's debut a bright spot in O's loss
If there was a bright spot to be found in Monday's 14-3 loss to the Texas Rangers, it was the performance of Orioles reliever Stu Pomeranz, who fired three scoreless innings in his Major League debut.
5/8/2012 | Poor pitching the root of Rockies' problems
From April 24 through Sunday, Rockies outfielder Carlos Gonzalez hit .391 and led the Majors with 20 RBIs. Problem is the Rockies went 4-7 through that period. The culprit is a slumping and injury-riddled starting staff that has produced a 5.68 ERA this season, last in the National League and third worst in baseball.
5/8/2012 | Dodgers reward new owners with home win
On a night full of buzz as the Dodgers played their first home game under Guggenheim Baseball Management, the team got a 9-1 win over the Giants on Monday at Dodger Stadium.
5/8/2012 | Cards' 5 HRs help Lynn go 6-0
Backed by five homers, the most by an NL team this season, Lance Lynn won his Major League-best sixth game as the Cardinals fended off the D-backs, 9-6, on Monday night.
5/8/2012 | Mariners shock Tigers for third straight win
After getting stifled by former teammate Doug Fister, the Mariners scored three runs in the ninth inning for a 3-2 win over the Tigers on Monday night.
5/8/2012 | Volquez, bullpen help Padres handcuff Rox
Edinson Volquez picked up his first victory with the Padres and Yonder Alonso drove in two runs on Monday as San Diego topped the Rockies, 3-2, before a crowd of 15,895 at Petco Park.
5/8/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Monday, May 7
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out. Here are the May 7 Mane Men of the Day.
5/8/2012 | Braves skipper ejected after warnings issued
Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez did not get his money's worth before earning his team's first ejection of the season in the seventh inning of Monday night's 5-1 loss to the Cubs.
5/8/2012 | Shoppach crosses triple off his to-do list
Already this season, Kelly Shoppach had delivered his first career stolen base with a slide so humorous that there is a picture of it hanging up in the Red Sox's clubhouse.
5/8/2012 | Touching 1st pitch
Lt. Col. Paul Aguirre's kids thought they were tossing a ceremonial first pitch to a D-backs catcher. What they didn't know was that he was the man crouched behind the plate wearing a catcher's mask.
5/8/2012 | Moyer's foundation receives $1 million grant
Rockies pitcher Jamie Moyer's charitable foundation to help children in distress by providing education and support received the largest single grant in its 12-year history, $1 million from the New York Life Foundation.
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