5/2/2012 | Giants' Crawford doubling his pleasure
Brandon Crawford's .208 batting average entering Wednesday might suggest that he lacks extra-base pop. Yet Crawford, the Giants' primary shortstop, had a team-high seven doubles, which tied him for seventh in the National League with six other players.
5/2/2012 | Giants' Bochy has fond memories of Seau
Giants manager Bruce Bochy was as stunned as anyone to learn that Junior Seau, the former star National Football League linebacker, passed away on Wednesday in an apparent suicide.
5/2/2012 | Giants' Blanco may soon see more playing time
Gregor Blanco received his fourth start of the season on Wednesday night. He might not have to wait much longer for his fifth.
5/2/2012 | Dempster returns as Cubs face Reds
Ryan Dempster, who had been on the disabled list since April 17 with a quadriceps strain, will start for the Cubs on Thursday against the Reds in Cincinnati.
5/2/2012 | Rolling on road, Tribe faces White Sox in finale
The Indians will go for their fourth straight road series win in Thursday night's rubber game against the White Sox.
5/2/2012 | Kennedy puts win streak on line in DC finale
Ian Kennedy will try to run his consecutive win streak to double digits Thursday opposite Nationals starter Ross Detwiler.
5/2/2012 | Niemann tries to give Rays series sweep
Jeff Niemann will try to lead the Rays to a four-game sweep of the Mariners on Thursday and extend the team's home winning streak to nine. Kevin Millwood will try to build off his last start to snap Seattle's losing skid.
5/2/2012 | Royals seek home success, as does Yanks' Phelps
To manager Ned Yost, the winless 10-game homestand his team endured in April should have no bearing on Kansas City's first homestand of May. Danny Duffy has the ball for the Royals as they open a set against David Phelps -- making his first Major League start -- and the Yanks.
5/2/2012 | Hot-hitting Cards set sights on Pirates sweep
After scoring 22 runs in the first two games of the series, the Cardinals go for a sweep of the Pirates behind righty Jake Westbrook, who opposes lefty Erik Bedard on Thursday afternoon at Busch Stadium.
5/1/2012 | Youk scratched again due to back tightness
Kevin Youkilis was a late scratch from Monday night's lineup for a second straight game because of back tightness.
5/1/2012 | Darvish strikes out nine to improve to 4-0
Yu Darvish allowed one run and struck out nine over seven innings to improve to 4-0 as the Rangers opened their series over the Blue Jays with a 4-1 victory on Monday night.
5/1/2012 | Papi's two-homer night puts Sox back at .500
Clay Buchholz was nearing the feel-good outing he hasn't had in five starts now until his last couple of batters in the Red Sox's 11-6 win over the A's on Monday night at Fenway Park.
5/1/2012 | Johnson, Rays walk off in 12
The Rays received another dose of walk-off magic Monday night, ending April on a high note as they beat the Mariners, 3-2, on Elliot Johnson's single in the 12th.
5/1/2012 | Lowrie delivers game-winner for Astros
Jed Lowrie lined a single to center field to score Jordan Schafer from second base -- one pitch after he swiped the base -- to break a tie in the bottom of the eighth inning and send the Astros to a 4-3 win over the Mets at Minute Maid Park.
5/1/2012 | Colorado tops LA
The Dodgers had the bases loaded with no outs, and their most dangerous hitters poised, but relievers Esmil Rogers, Rex Brothers and Edgmer Escalona faced them down, and the Rockies held on for a 6-2 victory on Monday.
5/1/2012 | Forgettable night closes LA's unforgettable month
Matt Kemp slugged home run No. 12 with nobody on base in the first inning, but struck out with the bases loaded and no outs in the seventh as the Rockies snapped the Dodgers' three-game win streak.
5/1/2012 | CJ wins first at home
Torii Hunter remained one of the few bright spots in a struggling offense and newly appointed closer Scott Downs got a four-out save Monday night, giving the Angels a much-needed 4-3 win over the Twins and C.J. Wilson his first victory at Angel Stadium.
5/1/2012 | Crew rides Braun's three-homer effort at Petco
Ryan Braun became the first player to hit three home runs in one game at Petco Park as the Brewers beat the Padres, 8-3, on Monday.
5/1/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Monday, April 30
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out. Here are April 30's Mane Men of the Day.
5/1/2012 | Bodley: Arms are foundation of Rays' early success
Last month ended with the Rays alone atop the rugged American League East. They're playing like a team on a mission -- 15-8 for the month, the second-best April in franchise history. This superb start is built on pitching, pitching, pitching.
5/1/2012 | Nunez capable, if not graceful, in outfield
The baseball went this-a-way, the left fielder went that-a-way. And that wasn't any way to pursue a fly ball. But it all worked out the Yankees' way on Monday night.
5/1/2012 | Mariners' Olivo lands on DL with strained groin
Mariners catcher Miguel Olivo was placed on the disabled list with a strained groin muscle sustained in the ninth inning of Monday's 3-2 loss to Tampa Bay.
5/1/2012 | Learning curve continues for Feliz, Hutchison
Blue Jays pitchers keep serving up the long ball, and Texas hitters keep knocking them out. The Rangers will try to keep it up Tuesday after taking the series opener.
5/1/2012 | Matusz, Hughes hoping to pitch to potential
The Yankees will trail Baltimore by a half-game when Tuesday's game begins and the two teams will have something in common in the middle act of this three-game set, as they'll both start pitchers who are trying to rebound from adversity: Phil Hughes for New York and Brian Matusz for Baltimore.
5/1/2012 | Seeking first win, Rays' Moore takes on Mariners
Seeking his first win of the season, Rays lefty Matt Moore squares off against the Mariners and Hector Noesi on Tuesday night.
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