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5/28/2015 | Halos to stay cautious with Aybar's hamstring

Angels shortstop Erick Aybar felt some tightness in his left hamstring while running down the first-base line in the fifth inning, prompting him to exit Thursday's 12-2 win early.

5/28/2015 | Mariners await news on severity of Paxton's injury

Mariners starter James Paxton was removed from Thursday night's game against the Indians with two outs in the top of the fifth inning because of discomfort in the middle finger on his pitching hand.

5/28/2015 | A-Rod ties Bonds for 2nd on RBI list

Alex Rodriguez drove in the 1,996th run of his career on Thursday, tying Barry Bonds for second place on baseball's all-time RBI list, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

5/28/2015 | Interactive exhibit captures Selig's legacy

"The Selig Experience at Miller Park" is the story of one city, one sport and one very determined man.

5/28/2015 | Rodriguez baffles Rangers in sparkling MLB debut

Red Sox rookie left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez made a terrific Major League debut, throwing 7 2/3 scoreless innings in a 5-1 victory over the Rangers on Thursday night at Globe Life Park.

5/28/2015 | Verlander set for first rehab start on Sunday

Justin Verlander got his first-ever look at Oracle Arena and NBA playoff basketball Wednesday night, joining teammate Miguel Cabrera to watch the Golden State Warriors advance to the NBA Finals. Come Sunday, he'll get his first taste of Triple-A baseball.

5/28/2015 | Belt's blast helps power Giants past Braves

Chris Heston logged 7 1/3 shutout frames, while Brandon Belt homered in the seventh before a six-run eighth sealed the Giants' 7-0 victory over the Braves on Thursday night at AT&T Park. Atlanta starter Shelby Miller logged seven solid frames in the loss.

5/28/2015 | Bogaerts exits with bruised left forearm after HBP

Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts left Thursday's game against the Rangers two innings after an 0-2 pitch from Nick Martinez in the second hit him in the left wrist. The Red Sox announced that Bogaerts has a bruised left forearm.

5/28/2015 | A look inside new Top 200 Draft Prospects list has just unveiled an updated and expanded First-Year Player Draft Top 200 Prospects list. While Lake Mary (Fla.) High shortstop Brendan Rodgers remains the top-rated talent, much has changed since our previous installment last month.

5/28/2015 | Bochy pleased with Peavy's rehab progress

Right-hander Jake Peavy's unremarkable statistical line from his Minor League injury rehab outing on Wednesday against Nashville prompted no concern from Giants manager Bruce Bochy.

5/28/2015 | Feeling better, Iglesias back in starting lineup

The Tigers came to a crossroads on Jose Iglesias and his bruised left knee on Thursday. Not only did the shortstop return to the lineup after four days out, the team sent down the extra shortstop it had called up to fill in.

5/28/2015 | Hudson all business for start against Braves

Right-hander Tim Hudson, who pitched for Atlanta from 2005-13, will confront his former team on Friday for the first time since joining the Giants as a free agent before the '14 season.

5/28/2015 | Cano out of starting lineup for 1st time this season

Robinson Cano began suffering flu-like symptoms overnight after the team's Sunday afternoon win over the Rays in St. Petersburg and received an IV for dehydration.

5/28/2015 | Kazmir may miss just one start

A's left-hander Scott Kazmir could potentially miss just one start, after an MRI on his shoulder revealed no structural damage. "Just a little bit of a weak shoulder at this point," said A's manager Bob Melvin.

5/28/2015 | Red Sox hoping Papi can regroup with some rest

David Ortiz wasn't in the Red Sox's lineup Thursday against the Rangers, and it might be more than a one-day rest. Manager John Farrell said he spoke with Ortiz after Wednesday's game and decided it was best to give Ortiz the chance to step back and reconfigure his game.

5/28/2015 | Morrow throws first sim game

Prior to San Diego facing the Pittsburgh Pirates on Thursday night, right-handed starter Brandon Morrow took the mound for his first simulated game since landing on the disabled list May 5 with a sore right shoulder.

5/28/2015 | Santana on paternity list; Sands gets callup

Prior to Thursday's game against the Mariners, Cleveland placed Carlos Santana on Major League Baseball's paternity list, which allows a player to be away from the team for a maximum of three days. Santana and his wife welcomed a daughter on Thursday morning back in Cleveland.

5/28/2015 | Heathcott scratched with sore quad

Yankees rookie outfielder Slade Heathcott was scratched from Thursday's lineup against the Athletics due to a sore right quadriceps, and is hopeful that he can return to the diamond quickly.

5/28/2015 | A's rally against CC, edge Yankees

Billy Burns and Brett Lawrie homered, and the A's posted a pair of runs in the seventh inning to break ahead and claim a 5-4 series-opening victory over the Yankees at the Coliseum on Thursday evening.

5/28/2015 | Newly-acquired Nieuwenhuis joins Angels

The Angels acquired Kirk Nieuwenhuis from the Mets for cash considerations on Wednesday and will plug him into their lineup against righties, pairing him with their other left-handed option, the struggling Matt Joyce.

5/28/2015 | Atchison placed on DL with ankle injury

Cleveland placed Scott Atchison on the 15-day disabled with a sprained left ankle, and promoted right-hander Austin Adams from Triple-A Columbus to take his place in the bullpen for the time being.

5/28/2015 | Angels crush three homers in rout of Tigers

Albert Pujols and Matt Joyce hit early home runs, and Chris Iannetta came through with a late grand slam, to lead the Angels to a 12-2 win over the Tigers in Thursday's series opener at Angel Stadium.

5/28/2015 | With command comes success for Hendricks

The Cubs simply want 25-year-old right-hander Kyle Hendricks to continue to pitch as he has since that game against the Padres. Last season, Hendricks went 7-2 with a 2.46 ERA. This year, the Cubs won two of Hendricks' first four starts, but he didn't feel right. After a game against the Cardinals on May 5 when he gave up four runs on six hits over five innings, Hendricks decided it was time for a tune-up.

5/28/2015 | Harrison close to beginning rehab assignment

Matt Harrison, who is almost a year removed from lumbar spinal fusion surgery, could celebrate that anniversary by going on a medical rehabilitation assignment next week.

5/28/2015 | How to see the 'Selig Experience'

The "Selig Experience" is a new attraction on Miller Park's loge level that tells the story of club founder Allan H. "Bud" Selig.

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