4/29/2012 | Texas' Uehara now has top walkless streak
Colby Lewis had his streak of 25 2/3 walkless innings come to an immediate end on Saturday night. Lewis walked Ben Zobrist, the second batter he faced, in the first inning of his 7-2 victory over the Rays. He came up four innings short of the club record set by Jon Matlack in 1978.
4/29/2012 | Harper shows off glove in first start in center
Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper was impressive in his second Major League game, a 2-0 loss to the Dodgers on Sunday afternoon.
4/29/2012 | Gammons: Blame easy in April, solutions less so
When things go wrong in April, blame is inevitable; solutions are not, but the 140 remaining games represent a long, hard road.
4/29/2012 | Rangers' Washington gets ejected on birthday
Rangers manager Ron Washington celebrated his 60th birthday by getting ejected from Sunday's game with the Rays in the seventh inning.
4/29/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Sunday, April 29
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out. Here are April 29's Mane Men of the Day.
4/29/2012 | Prosecution set to continue case vs. Clemens
With the introductory chapters of jury selection and opening statements complete, the U.S. government's case against Roger Clemens begins to unfold as testimony from the first prosecution witness continues Monday.
4/29/2012 | Miracle League field opens in Northampton
The citizens of Northampton, Pa., experienced the fulfillment of a communal dream on Sunday, when they unveiled a new baseball field for children with special needs at Northampton Municipal Park.
4/29/2012 | Corbin debuts vs. veteran Buehrle in Miami finale
For Patrick Corbin, Monday's finale of the D-backs' four-game series with the Marlins is one of the biggest events in his 22-year-old life. For Mark Buehrle, the game is another opportunity to get his Marlins career on the right track in his fifth start of the season.
4/29/2012 | Surprising O's look to take down rival Yankees
April has been pleasant for the Orioles, as they sit six games above .500 for the first time since 2005 and could finish the month atop the American League East. First, however, they open a series with the rival Yankees on Monday at Yankee Stadium.
4/29/2012 | LA looks to keep up statement-making ways
The Dodgers made a statement in their last series against the Nationals, as they swept the three-game set, ruined phenom Bryce Harper's Major League debut and are alone as the best team in the National League. They get the Rockies, a divisional rival, next -- and Colorado sits 5.5 games behind Los Angeles heading into Monday's contest.
4/29/2012 | Minor looks to build on quality streak in series finale
The Braves and Pirates will wrap up their four-game set Monday night at Turner Field, with Atlanta looking to take its third match of the series as James McDonald challenges Mike Minor.
4/29/2012 | Milone and Buchholz square off in opener
The Red Sox come home for the opener of a three-game set with Oakland on Monday just a game under .500, and in much better shape than when they left. The A's will also begin the series a game under .500.
4/28/2012 | Tigers' Young arrested, could face hate-crime charge
Tigers outfielder Delmon Young was arrested early Friday morning after he allegedly assaulted a man in front of a New York City hotel. He will be charged with aggravated harassment, a charge that could be escalated to a hate crime, a New York Police Department spokesman told MLB.com.
4/28/2012 | Eldred notches RBI triple in debut with Tigers
Brad Eldred is a slugging first baseman and designated hitter who bounced around the Minors the past few years. He signed with the Tigers, an organization that already has two slugging first basemen, thinking maybe he could get a look.
4/28/2012 | Fan tackled by home-plate ump in A's-O's game
An unidentified spectator was led off the field at Camden Yards by two police officers through the gate behind home plate after umpire Jeff Kellogg tackled the man during the seventh-inning stretch.
4/28/2012 | Astros' Offense gives Wandy just enough in win
A good start from Wandy Rodriguez paired with a big day from Jose Altuve helped the Astros take down the Cincinnati Reds, 6-4, on Friday.
4/28/2012 | Jeter doesn't pass up chance to be walk-off hero
Derek Jeter dashed from third base and slid home with the winning run on a passed ball in the bottom of the ninth inning on Friday as the Yankees defeated the Tigers, 7-6, at Yankee Stadium, marking New York's first walk-off victory of the young season.
4/28/2012 | Braves stay hot behind Hanson, Uggla
Now as hot as any team in the Major Leagues, the Braves defeated the Pirates, 6-1, in the opener of a four-game series at Turner Field and have won 13 of their past 16 games.
4/28/2012 | Saunders slams Mariners to dramatic victory
Michael Saunders hit a 10th-inning grand slam after blasting a ninth-inning solo shot to lead the Mariners to a 9-5 victory in extra innings over the Blue Jays on Friday.
4/28/2012 | Rockies' Pomeranz exits with forearm tightness
Rockies starter Drew Pomeranz left Friday's 18-9 win against the Mets with left forearm tightness after four innings.
4/28/2012 | Longoria, Rays roll to sixth straight win in Texas
Wade Davis earned his bones Friday night when the Rays' starter-turned-reliever thwarted an eighth-inning Rangers rally to preserve an 8-4 Rays win at Rangers Ballpark.
4/28/2012 | Five-run sixth extends Red Sox streak to five
Darnell McDonald's three-run double highlighted a five-run sixth inning as the Red Sox rallied for a 10-3 win against the White Sox behind starter Daniel Bard's first victory as a starter. David Ortiz hit a two-run homer.
4/28/2012 | Cards' eight-run frame helps throttle Crew
The Cardinals stayed tough on Brewers ace Yovani Gallardo, exploding for an eight-run third inning en route to a 13-1 victory on Friday in the series opener at Busch Stadium.
4/28/2012 | Royals pool together for third victory in a row
These are better times for the Royals, who bumped off the Minnesota Twins, 7-6, and bumped them into last place alone on Friday night as 33,315 hardy fans sat in at chilly Target Field. It's almost enough to make the Royals forget that dreary 12-game skid.
4/28/2012 | Hairston cycles
Scott Hairston hit for the 10th cycle in Mets history Friday, needing only four at-bats to do it. He completed the cycle with a double in the sixth inning against the Rockies at Coors Field.
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