5/29/2013 | Power play: O's trump Zim's display with rally
In a six-run seventh, Chris Davis launched a two-run home run -- his second homer of the game -- to cap a rally in the Orioles' 9-6 win over the Nationals on Wednesday night, when Ryan Zimmerman clubbed three shots of his own.
5/29/2013 | Pirates rise up for late rally in win over Tigers
Pedro Alvarez hit a game-tying, two-run double in the seventh, and Travis Snider knocked him in as part of a four-run inning that vaulted the Pirates past the Tigers, 5-3, at PNC Park.
5/29/2013 | Reddick set to return on Friday
Josh Reddick will play in one more game with the Triple-A River Cats on Thursday and, "if things go well," A's manager Bob Melvin said the outfielder will be reinstated from the disabled list on Friday.
5/29/2013 | Rogers, 'pen newcomers shine in shutout of Braves
Former Brave Melky Cabrera had three hits, including a two-run single in the second inning, and scored a run, and four pitchers combined for a 3-0 win for the Blue Jays.
5/29/2013 | Banged-up Brewers taking advantage of DH
The Brewers entered the back half of their home-and-home series with the Twins on Wednesday slightly banged up and a bit worn out but also with two chances to use a designated hitter.
5/29/2013 | Unplayable conditions postpone Rangers' game
A massive thunderstorm that roared through the Ballpark in Arlington around 5:45 p.m. CT left the field unplayable and forced postponement of Wednesday's game between the Rangers and the D-backs.
5/29/2013 | Angels designate Lowe to clear room for Weaver
As the corresponding move to clear up a spot for Jered Weaver, who was activated off the disabled list to start Wednesday's game against the Dodgers, the Angels designated veteran reliever Mark Lowe for assignment.
5/29/2013 | New Astros president Ryan hits Chatting Cage
On Wednesday, fans who missed Reid Ryan's first public appearance when he was introduced as the Astros' new president of business operations were treated to an extended give-and-take session during the latest version of the Edward Jones Chatting Cage on MLB.com.
5/29/2013 | Hamilton returns to Halos' lineup after back scare
It turns out Josh Hamilton's back spasms, which forced him to be scratched from Tuesday's game, were only a minor scare. Hamilton was back in the Angels' starting lineup on Wednesday.
5/29/2013 | Kennedy good to go for Saturday's start vs. Cubs
After being scratched from Monday's start with a laceration in his right index finger, Ian Kennedy is expected to make his next scheduled start Saturday against the Cubs.
5/29/2013 | Kemp exits, due for MRI on strained hamstring
Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp sustained a mild right hamstring strain in the seventh inning of Wednesday's 4-3 loss to the Angels and is considered day to day.
5/29/2013 | Pagan set for cortisone shot on ailing hamstring
Giants center fielder Angel Pagan will receive a cortisone injection on the left hamstring he aggravated Saturday during his walk-off inside-the-park home run, manager Bruce Bochy said Wednesday.
5/29/2013 | Forsythe, Maybin making strides at Triple-A rehab
Padres infielder Logan Forsythe started a rehab assignment on Wednesday at Triple-A Tucson, where Cameron Maybin also is making progress as they return from injury.
5/29/2013 | Grandal back in home park with minimal buzz
Padres catcher Yasmani Grandal faced the home crowd for the first time Wednesday since completing a 50-game suspension for elevated levels of testosterone.
5/29/2013 | Zimmerman goes deep thrice against Orioles
Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman made it a career day at Camden Yards on Wednesday night in Washington's 9-6 loss, hitting home runs in each of his first three at-bats against the Orioles.
5/29/2013 | Medlen exits early after getting hit by liner
Braves starter Kris Medlen exited Wednesday night's game against Toronto after being hit on the left leg with a line drive. Medlen was hit in the back of the left leg by a comebacker off Emilio Bonifacio's bat in the second inning.
5/29/2013 | Facing pressure, Ike helps Mets down Yanks
The first of Ike Davis' two hits on Wednesday night came in a five-run first inning that chased Yankees starter David Phelps and set up a 9-4 win, the Mets' fourth in a row.
5/29/2013 | Morrow expects to be OK in next scheduled start
Brandon Morrow left Tuesday afternoon's game with Atlanta after the second inning with the kind of forearm pain he'd never experienced before. On Wednesday he said he fully expects that he won't experience that pain again come Sunday, his next scheduled start.
5/29/2013 | Astros Minor Leaguers help with tornado relief
Thirteen players from the Astros' Triple-A affiliate in Oklahoma City -- just north of Moore -- boarded a bus at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday morning and volunteered about four hours of their time trying to help those who need help the most following the devastating tornado.
5/29/2013 | Stress reaction delaying Kinsler's return to lineup
Second baseman Ian Kinsler was hoping he would need just the minimum of 15 days on the disabled list to recover from a bruised right ribcage. That is not going to be the case
5/29/2013 | Porter looking to establish regular lineup
The Astros' lineup will likely remain a work in progress as long as the Astros remain knee-deep in their rebuilding process, though some spots have slowly worked themselves out. The Astros used 45 batting orders in their first 52 games.
5/29/2013 | Darvish gets extra rest before making next start
The Rangers, because of Monday's doubleheader and Tuesday's off-day, had the option of bringing back Yu Darvish either Saturday or Sunday.
5/29/2013 | Weaver reclaims leading role to give Halos lift
Jered Weaver returned from the disabled list to strike out seven in six strong innings, giving the Angels their ace in a 4-3 victory over the Dodgers on Wednesday night in Anaheim.
5/29/2013 | Recovering Francis hit with ball in rehab start
Left-hander Jeff Francis' rehab from a left groin strain hit a snag Tuesday, when he was hit on the front of his left ankle during a rehab start in extended spring training.
5/29/2013 | Mets' patience with Ike, Tejada wearing thin
As Tuesday night dripped into Wednesday morning, Mets manager Terry Collins and general manager Sandy Alderson summoned Ike Davis and Ruben Tejada into a closed-door meeting. Acknowledging the gathering the following afternoon, Collins hinted at its substance: that if Davis and Tejada do not begin producing -- and soon -- they will find themselves playing for Triple-A Las Vegas.
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