4/24/2012 | Reyes returns to New York amid battle of aces
On Tuesday night, Jose Reyes will make his first appearance against the Mets when New York opens a three-game series against Miami at Citi Field. His former team will honor him with a pregame video tribute.
4/24/2012 | Dodgers try to stall momentum of Braves' Minor
Lefty Mike Minor will try and keep his momentum going on Tuesday against the Dodgers and Aaron Harang in Los Angeles.
4/24/2012 | Collmenter, Phillies looking for an upswing
The Phillies' Vance Worley takes on the D-backs' Josh Collmenter as the teams continue their series on Tuesday night in Phoenix.
4/24/2012 | Wainwright hopes second time is charm vs. Cubs
The Cardinals and Cubs face off at Wrigley Field on Tuesday in the middle contest of a three-game set. While the home club sends out Jeff Samardzija, the visitors turn to Adam Wainwright, who's still seeking top form.
4/24/2012 | Pitching-rich A's, White Sox continue set
While Tom Milone may have only eight career starts under his belt, the A's left-hander is quite the good-luck charm. White Sox righty Gavin Floyd hasn't been so lucky in April, but is showing signs of turning things around.
4/24/2012 | Gardenhire not taking scuffling Red Sox lightly
Twins manager Ron Gardenhire recognizes that the Red Sox have scuffled to start the season, but he certainly won't let his club take Boston lightly this week in Minneapolis.
4/24/2012 | Former Nippon greats Kuroda, Yu meet in Texas
When Sunday's Yankees-Red Sox game at Fenway Park was postponed, the subsequent adjustments to New York's rotation set up what will be just the seventh matchup in Major League history between two Japanese starters: Hiroki Kuroda of the Yankees against Yu Darvish of the Rangers.
4/24/2012 | Norris aims to keep Crew's struggling bats quiet
Houston starter Bud Norris will be among those hoping that the Brewers don't bust out of their ongoing slump when he faces them in the second game of the three-game series on Tuesday. Milwaukee counters with Randy Wolf.
4/24/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Monday, April 23
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out. Here are April 23's Mane Men of the Day.
4/24/2012 | Castrovince: What we have learned so far
The 2012 season is but a baby, too young for panic or pats on the back. We should not assume anything we've seen has standing or stability. Here are 10 takeaways from what we've witnessed to date.
4/24/2012 | Retirement home: Players opt for team identity
Whether prompted by the great debates over which caps should be featured on some players' Hall of Fame plaques, or a statements like Joe DiMaggio's "I want to thank the Good Lord for making me a Yankee," or reasons otherwise, players have been showing a desire to be identified with a team when calling it a career.
4/24/2012 | Bauman: Bard more valuable out of bullpen
It may not have been a complete coincidence that the Boston Red Sox found themselves back in the win column for the first time in six games, while using Daniel Bard as a relief pitcher.
4/24/2012 | Meggie: Immigration odyssey forms winning essay
Peter Hanhan's story of his immigration from the West Bank was announced as the grand prize winner in the ninth-grade division of the essay contest.
4/24/2012 | Mets lose Bay, Pelfrey to disabled list
With the team struggling around them, outfielder Jason Bay and pitcher Mike Pelfrey have been two of the Mets' most successful performers over the last two weeks. Now, both are injured, tenants of the disabled list and unlikely to return anytime soon.
4/24/2012 | All-Star write-in candidates already emerging
Since the Major League Baseball All-Star Game ballot can only feature one player from each position per team, there were a few notable omissions this season -- among them a trio of outfielders: Boston's Ryan Sweeney, San Francisco's Nate Schierholtz and the Mets' Kirk Nieuwenhuis.
4/24/2012 | Reds place Bray on DL with strained groin
The Reds on Tuesday placed left-handed reliever Bill Bray on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left groin and recalled right-handed reliever J.J. Hoover from Triple-A Louisville.
4/24/2012 | MLB notebook: Jeter's numbers keep climbing
Jeter has had four games this season in which he's had at least three hits. Dating back to 1918, he is one of nine players to have at least four games with three or more hits through the Yankees' first 16 contests, and he has done it twice, the first time being in 1997.
4/24/2012 | Hanhan inspires as Breaking Barriers winner
Sharon Robinson, daughter of Jackie Robinson, has heard and read more than her fair share of inspirational stories, but the one about Peter Hanhan stood out.
4/24/2012 | Howard nearly ready for baseball activities
The Phillies are optimistic Ryan Howard will be cleared to begin baseball activities next week.
4/24/2012 | Giants fan wins with trips to Citi Field, Cave
From among 14,000 participants, Robert Portilla was selected as the winner of a contest on the Giants' website. He received a weekend trip to New York City to see his Giants play a series against the Mets and a visit to the MLB Fan Cave.
4/24/2012 | Lowe reportedly robbed of Series ring, trophy
Derek Lowe is hoping to have a chance to earn a World Series ring this year with the Indians. In the meantime, the veteran pitcher will settle for recovering the ring and trophy he captured as a member of the Red Sox.
4/24/2012 | Red Sox need to make decision soon on Cook
As pitching coach Bob McClure put it last week, the Red Sox have "got a lot of options" with their pitching staff, and "a lot of decisions come with it -- tough ones and good ones."
4/24/2012 | Clemens' lawyer says trial a 'tale of two men'
Defense attorney Rusty Hardin presented an opening statement Tuesday that portrayed the federal perjury trial of Roger Clemens as a "tale of two men" -- namely, his client and Clemens' former strength and conditioning trainer, Brian McNamee.
4/24/2012 | LoMo visits Cave, leads fans on NYC bus tour
As a tour guide, Logan Morrison is a great Major League Baseball player. He came to New York for the Marlins' series starting Tuesday night against the Mets, and the first player to visit the MLB Fan Cave a second season treated fans to a ride on a tour bus with him.
4/24/2012 | Rehabbing De La Rosa ready for next step
Rockies pitcher Jorge De La Rosa, completing his recovery from Tommy John surgery on his left elbow, will make his first extended spring appearance on Friday against the Athletics.
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