4/15/2013 | Callaspo expected to be out until at least Friday
The Angels are still holding out hope that Alberto Callaspo can avoid a stint on the disabled list, but his tight right calf has held him out of four straight games and is expected to keep him on the shelf until at least Friday.
4/15/2013 | Lilly reconsiders, will make another start in Minors
Ted Lilly, who previously had declined another rehab outing \in the Minors, changed his mind and will start on Tuesday for Class A Rancho Cucamonga.
4/15/2013 | Mattingly, Black call truce before series opener
If there is retaliation after last week's brawl between the Dodgers and Padres, it will happen despite phone calls from MLB executive vice president Joe Torre to managers Don Mattingly and Bud Black.
4/15/2013 | Matheny likely to adjust Cards' bullpen strategy
A day after another late-inning meltdown by the back end of the bullpen, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny indicated that closer duties were likely to be spread around until the club regained some late-inning stability.
4/15/2013 | Cards help pay tribute to Jackie with No. 42
As has become a yearly tribute to baseball pioneer Jackie Robinson, all players and uniformed staff donned uniform No. 42 on Monday, the 66th anniversary of Robinson breaking the sport's color barrier by making his debut with the Brooklyn Dodgers.
4/15/2013 | Sarah's Take: Dodgers have rotation questions
Most teams that lose a starter the caliber of Zack Greinke would be hurting for a replacement, but the Dodgers have enough depth to survive until Greinke returns.
4/15/2013 | Marcum to throw game-like session on Thursday
Right-hander Shaun Marcum, who has yet to pitch this season due to neck and shoulder issues, is scheduled to throw three to four innings in a game-type atmosphere Thursday in Florida, according to manager Terry Collins.
4/15/2013 | Porter tries to always honor Robinson's memory
Houston manager Bo Porter, who played parts of three seasons in the Major Leagues, including one with Oakland, knows he owes a lot to Jackie Robinson, who is being honored at all Major League ballparks on Monday and Tuesday.
4/15/2013 | Freiman, Melvin react to tragedy in Boston
Though more than 2,500 miles removed from the horrific scenes in Boston on Monday, several A's players expressed deep concern over those affected by the tragedy.
4/15/2013 | Crisp returns to lineup as Reddick sits
On the same day Coco Crisp's name was back in the A's lineup on Monday, Josh Reddick's was missing.
4/15/2013 | Twins hold Jackie Robinson Day pregame celebrations
The Twins celebrated the 66th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking Major League Baseball's color barrier with a ceremony before Monday's game against the Angels.
4/15/2013 | Arcia sent back to Triple-A after Major League debut
The Twins officially recalled outfielder Oswaldo Arcia from Triple-A Rochester on Monday, and immediately sent him back down after he made his Major League debut against the Angels.
4/15/2013 | Frieman's first career homer helps power A's
The A's once again beat up on the Astros on Monday, needing only the first inning to walk all over their new division opponents en route to an 11-2 victory.
4/15/2013 | Baker, Reds appreciate Jackie every day
As part of Major League Baseball's celebrations at ballparks nationwide, the Reds and Phillies marked Jackie Robinson Day on Monday, the 66th anniversary of the day the Brooklyn Dodger great broke the color barrier. Reds manager Dusty Baker discussed meeting the legend's family and how he pays tribute to Robinson every day.
4/15/2013 | Muscle tear sends reliever Pryor to DL
Stephen Pryor was placed on the 15-day disabled list by the Mariners on Monday after the right-handed reliever was diagnosed with a tear in the latissimus dorsi muscle behind his right shoulder.
4/15/2013 | Snow hands Mets second straight postponement
With several inches of snow already on the ground and more expected into the night, the Mets and Rockies postponed Monday's game at Coors Field. The teams will play a split doubleheader Tuesday with start times of 3:10 p.m. and 8:40 p.m. ET.
4/15/2013 | Prospect Freeman thrilled to join Reds in homestand
Reliever Justin Freeman was on Triple-A Louisville's road trip at Columbus when he found out Monday morning that he was going to the big leagues for the first time.
4/15/2013 | Davis recalls aura that helped define Jackie
Fifty years ago this October, Tommy Davis put a hurt on the Yankees in a four-game World Series sweep by the Dodgers. Sandy Koufax drew most of the acclaim, but much of the damage was done by Davis, who planned to sign with the Yankees before receiving a phone call from Jackie Robinson.
4/15/2013 | Jackie's lasting impact not lost on Rays
The Rays wore No. 42 in Boston on Monday in honor of Jackie Robinson Day, and they will do so again on Tuesday in Baltimore, when the Orioles' celebration takes place.
4/15/2013 | Lackey set to begin throwing program
Red Sox right-hander John Lackey is feeling better by the day and will start a throwing program on Tuesday that could have him back on the mound fairly soon.
4/15/2013 | Red Sox celebrate diversity on Jackie Robinson Day
The diversity in the Red Sox clubhouse extends beyond race, but manager John Farrell is sure that whatever unique traits his 25 players bring, they'll be accepted.
4/15/2013 | Phillips backs Arroyo with clutch hit on special day
Brandon Phillips' bases-loaded single in the bottom of the eighth inning scored two runs and propelled the Reds to a 4-2 win over the Phillies on Monday, snapping Cincinnati's five-game losing streak.
4/15/2013 | Napoli picks up Bailey as Sox sweep Rays
Mike Napoli gave the Red Sox their second walk-off hit in three days, drilling an RBI double off the Green Monster in the ninth inning to cap Monday's 3-2 win over the Rays.
4/15/2013 | Rockies' opener vs. Mets postponed by snow
No one can play baseball with snow continuing to fall, so Monday's scheduled opener with the Mets was postponed to Tuesday as part of a split doubleheader -- if the snow clears.
4/15/2013 | Needing lefty, Pirates recall Presley
The Pirates optioned right-hander Phil Irwin back to Triple-A Indianapolis and recalled outfielder Alex Presley, who played well in Spring Training but did not come north with the team.
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