4/22/2013 | Marlins-Twins postponed; they'll play two on Tuesday
Monday night's game between the Twins and Marlins at Target Field has been postponed because of inclement weather in the Minneapolis area. It has been rescheduled as part of a split doubleheader at 7:10 p.m. CT on Tuesday.
4/22/2013 | Indians hope rest, treatment will aid Myers
On Monday, the Indians announced that Brett Myers has been diagnosed with tendinitis in his right elbow and a mild sprain of the ulnar collateral ligament in the joint.
4/22/2013 | MLB to hold free '42' screenings for teenagers
Thousands of teenagers across the United States and Canada are going to the movies, courtesy of Major League Baseball and all 30 teams. Private screenings will be held for the acclaimed film "42," with clubs selecting students in the eighth through 12th grades to attend private screenings at local theaters.
4/22/2013 | Soriano on paternity leave for series opener
The Nationals were without closer Rafael Soriano on Monday night as his wife just had a baby boy.
4/22/2013 | Adams tweaks right side, Beltran gets start
Cardinals manager Mike Matheny's plan to rest Carlos Beltran on Monday hardly had a shelf life, as an injury to Matt Adams during pregame work forced the rookie first baseman out of the lineup and Beltran back in.
4/22/2013 | Matheny will try to pick right spots for Boggs
A day after another layer of frustration was tacked onto Mitchell Boggs' month, manager Mike Matheny laid out two priorities that will dictate how Boggs will be utilized moving forward.
4/22/2013 | Miller, Molina get Cards started out right in DC
The Cardinals' series opener against the Nationals was hardly dripping with the drama that encompassed the last meeting between these two clubs in the 2012 National League Division Series. But just as they did the last time they took the field at Nationals Park, the Cards escaped with a victory.
4/22/2013 | Red-hot Rockies moving on up Power Rankings
The World Series trophy is not handed out until next fall, not at the end of April, but there's no harm in taking a look at where the power lies among the top teams.
4/22/2013 | Buck helps develop Mets staff, blasts homers
Odds are John Buck will not lead the Majors in RBIs all season, as he has through three weeks. But the Mets do believe he can serve a critical role in developing this young pitching staff.
4/22/2013 | Three up, three down: Rox, Crew making noise
The Rockies had their eight-game winning streak snapped on Sunday, but they still share the best record in the big leagues (13-5) with the Atlanta Braves, and weather permitting, the two teams will open a three-game series at Coors Field on Monday night.
4/22/2013 | Moment of silence honors bombing victims
The city of Boston and the state of Massachusetts called for a moment of silence today at 2:50 p.m. ET -- the same time of last Monday's Boston Marathon bombing -- to honor the victims of the attack.
4/22/2013 | Astros call up righty Cisnero from Triple-A
In an effort to have fresh arms in the bullpen capable of working multiple innings, the Astros on Monday recalled right-hander Jose Cisnero from Triple-A Oklahoma City and optioned left-hander Brett Oberholtzer back down after a brief stay on the Major League roster.
4/22/2013 | Indians activate reliever Albers from restricted list
Indians right-hander Matt Albers was activated from the restricted list on Monday after tending to a family issue last week.
4/22/2013 | MLB Notebook: Zito, Giants throwing zeros
Barry Zito allowed five hits in seven scoreless innings and picked up his third win as the Giants blanked the Padres, 5-0, on Sunday. The Giants improved to 12-7 with the victory, which also happened to be their fifth team shutout of the year.
4/22/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: April 22
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
4/22/2013 | Miggy nearly went to Halos in 2007 deal
Mike Trout and Miguel Cabrera, arguably the two best players in the game, launching missiles in the same Angels lineup? Believe it or not, it could have happened.
4/22/2013 | It should only get better for Braves
There was a time, quite recently, when the Braves seemed they would never lose a game. And now those same Braves have dropped four of five, their sputtering offense finally getting the best of them. But the game is cyclical, which is why manager Fredi Gonzalez is careful not to read -- let alone read into -- the record this time of year.
4/22/2013 | Nearly recovered stars eye season debuts
For many notable names in the Major Leagues, the season has yet to begin, and we're already weeks into the 2013 schedule. But for some injured players, a delayed debut is on the horizon, and that is better than the alternative.
4/22/2013 | The Week Ahead: Red Sox Nation helps the healing
This week, the people of Boston will try to keep putting their lives back together in front of all of us, and baseball will be part of it, in the epicenter of Red Sox Nation.
4/21/2013 | Phillies dispatch Cardinals with four-run eighth
The Phillies broke open a taut, back-and-forth game in the eighth inning and earned a split of their four-game series against the Cardinals with a 7-3 win Sunday night at Citizens Bank Park.
4/21/2013 | Brothers' charity video is Boston Strong
With the voice of Mayor Thomas Menino playing in the background, the up-close style of Colin and Nick Barnicle's One Boston video gives it a personal touch that the brothers hope people from cities all across the country will feel.
4/21/2013 | Dotel still bothered by elbow inflammation
When Tigers manager Jim Leyland left Phil Coke in to pitch a third inning of relief in the 13th and deciding inning Sunday, facing right-handed slugger Mark Trumbo, there was a reason. He didn't have his main right-handed specialist available.
4/21/2013 | Bastardo showing form similar to stellar 2011 season
In his first six appearances this year, Phillies left-hander Antonio Bastardo has only given up one hit and two walks in six innings with six strikeouts.
4/21/2013 | Family leaves Philly before Adams gets start
Unfortunately, 20 members of Matt Adams' family had to miss his start Sunday night in Philadelphia after driving from Philipsburg, Pa.
4/21/2013 | Craig confident in approach at the plate
Cardinals manager Mike Matheny has declared Allen Craig, whose two-run, bases-loaded single on Saturday night helped lift his average to .220, close to breaking out. But Craig says he has never felt that far away.
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