5/27/2013 | Braun latest on banged-up Crew to miss time
Add left fielder Ryan Braun (right thumb) to a Brewers injury report that now includes the team's three best power hitters, its best starting pitcher and its closer.
5/27/2013 | NCAA bracket features many future Draftees
Monday's release of the NCAA Baseball tournament bracket sets up what figures to be a thrilling postseason packed with future Major Leaguers.
5/27/2013 | Sore wrist limits Cuddyer to bench role in opener
Michael Cuddyer started on the bench Monday due to swelling in his right wrist area, but the outfielder was summoned in the late innings of the Rockies' 3-2 loss to the Astros.
5/27/2013 | Mariners option Ackley, promote prospect Franklin
Infielder Nick Franklin -- the Mariners' No. 4 prospect, according to MLB.com -- was called up from Triple-A Tacoma on Monday as the club optioned struggling second baseman Dustin Ackley to Tacoma in a swap of young second basemen.
5/27/2013 | Singleton set to begin campaign in Minors
Astros top prospect Jonathan Singleton will begin his season Tuesday for Class A Quad Cities against Kane County after missing the first 50 games of the season due to suspension.
5/27/2013 | With Moose banged up, Yost relies on veterans
Mike Moustakas was hurting Monday, and that fit right in with manager Ned Yost's idea to do something a bit different with the Royals' lineup against the Cardinals.
5/27/2013 | Francona and ump pick funny time for argument
Terry Francona jogged out of the dugout after Michael Bourn was caught stealing to end the seventh on Sunday vs. the Red Sox. Bourn was getting heated while arguing with second-base umpire Tom Hallion and Francona wanted to make sure things stayed under control. That's when 'God Bless America' started playing.
5/27/2013 | Three up, three down: Bucs staying hot, KC fading
Second-half fades the last two years haven't slowed the Pirates down this season.
5/27/2013 | Skaggs overpowers Rangers in first half of twin bill
Left-hander Tyler Skaggs was overpowering in six shutout innings against the Rangers in the first game of a doubleheader at Chase Field on Monday, setting a career high with nine strikeouts in Arizona's 5-3 victory.
5/27/2013 | Stubbs makes return to Great American Ball Park
The Indians and Reds squared off five times during Spring Training, so Drew Stubbs had ample time to reconnect with former teammates. On Monday, though, he walked into the visitors' clubhouse at Great American Ball Park for the first time and admitted it felt awkward.
5/27/2013 | Baker addresses Garza's criticism of Cueto
After Matt Garza criticized Reds pitcher Johnny Cueto for throwing near David DeJesus, Reds manager Dusty Baker responded on Monday saying that Garza should have addressed Cueto in person.
5/27/2013 | Votto's HR in eighth leads Reds past Indians
Joey Votto's two-run home run in the bottom of the eighth inning gave the Reds a 4-2 win over the Indians on Monday afternoon at Great American Ball Park.
5/27/2013 | Cardinals recall Marte, option Martinez
The Cardinals recalled right-hander Victor Marte from Triple-A Memphis on Monday and optioned right-hander Carlos Martinez to Memphis. Marte is expected to be available for the Cardinals' series opener in Kansas City on Monday afternoon.
5/27/2013 | MLB Notebook: A wild day of walk-offs
The Blue Jays and the Red Sox both had ninth-inning comebacks for thrilling walk-off wins on Sunday.
5/27/2013 | Tribe closer Perez lands on DL for first time
The Indians on Monday placed closer Chris Perez on the 15-day disabled list and recalled left-hander Nick Hagadone from Triple-A Columbus.
5/27/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: May 27
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
5/27/2013 | The Week Ahead: Interleague Play heats up
On Memorial Day, we remember those who gave their lives to defend the United States and protect our freedoms and the things we love. We also kick back in stadium seats and have a great time while enjoying that freedom and one of the things we love the most: baseball.
5/27/2013 | Orioles' Davis continuing to excel after hot start
It is no accident Orioles first baseman Chris Davis is becoming a star. Last season, he experienced what it's like to be an everyday player at the Major League level for the first time, and he responded by setting career highs in every meaningful offensive category. For Davis' encore, he is doing more damage at the plate than just about any player in the game.
5/26/2013 | Giddy Muni keeps hits coming in colorful interview
We defy anyone to top Munenori Kawasaki's giddy, glorious statement that came after his walk-off double capped a four-run, ninth-inning Blue Jays comeback in their 6-5 win over the Orioles on Sunday.
5/26/2013 | Memorial Day patriotism on full display across MLB
Various acts of patriotism will be on display at all 15 home Major League parks on Memorial Day.
5/26/2013 | Big leaguers lost in war a small, but special group
The list of Major League Baseball players to lose their life in war is a small one, but nevertheless a special one for the families.
5/26/2013 | Freeman thriving with runners in scoring position
Jason Heyward has repeatedly said Freddie Freeman has been an "RBI hog" since the two began their professional careers together in 2007. Through this season's first two months, Freeman has simply legitimized this description.
5/26/2013 | Varvaro showing Braves he can be counted on
While tossing a perfect ninth inning in the conclusion of the suspended game Saturday, reliever Anthony Varvaro gave the Braves a chance to claim a 10-inning victory and also enhanced the coaching staff's confidence in his abilities.
5/26/2013 | Fujikawa likely headed to DL with forearm injury
Cubs reliever Kyuji Fujikawa appears headed to the disabled list for the second time this season. The right-hander had to leave Sunday's 5-4 victory over the Reds in the ninth inning with soreness in his right forearm.
5/26/2013 | Mets frustrated, but determined to turn it around
The Mets have reached their boiling point and cooled back down again. Everybody involved with the team is frustrated by the season so far, but the Mets have reached the collective understanding that getting angry and yelling at each other isn't going to fix anything. Now, if anything, the Mets are only more determined to work together and dig themselves out of their early-season hole.
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