4/23/2014 | Pineda ejected for having pine tar on neck
Yankees right-hander Michael Pineda faces a likely suspension after he was ejected in the bottom of the second inning on Wednesday for having an illegal substance, believed to be pine tar, on the right side of his neck during his start against the Red Sox.
4/23/2014 | Denorfia making things happen with two strikes
Chris Denorfia entered Wednesday's game against the Brewers with a slash line of .419/.438/.710 in 31 at-bats in 2014 when he's had two strikes on him.
4/23/2014 | Myers' throws reflect new strength program
Wil Myers' throws have been noticeably stronger and more accurate this season. It turns out that Myers experienced soreness in his shoulder for most of the 2013 season.
4/23/2014 | In going distance, Price paces rest of MLB
David Price on Tuesday night threw his ninth career complete game while minting the Rays' first complete game of the season.
4/23/2014 | Kershaw to start rehab assignment Friday
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw will begin a Minor League rehabilitation assignment Friday night with a start at Class A Advanced Rancho Cucamonga against Lancaster.
4/23/2014 | Wrigley turnout amazes Cubs fans on 100th birthday
The historic game on Wrigley Field's centennial anniversary drew 32,323 spectators, who were treated to an unprecedented celebration in Chicago.
4/23/2014 | Coke's slider remains a work in progress
Tigers reliever Phil Coke flubbed up the finish on an 0-2 slider Tuesday night and turned what once had promise for a very good ninth inning into a disastrous one. He did not mess up the delivery when talking about it afterward.
4/23/2014 | After 'nightmare' 2013, Jeter feeling refreshed
Maybe the most encouraging thing that the Yankees can say about Derek Jeter so far this season is that he has looked like himself, which is a refreshing change from the self-described "nightmare" campaign that the captain endured last year.
4/23/2014 | Cole not suspended, 'surprised' by skirmish
Pirates right-hander Gerrit Cole, the pitcher whose vocal reprimand of Carlos Gomez's running style lit the fuse in a bench-clearing skirmish Sunday, was not among the four players suspended for the incident.
4/23/2014 | Francisco making strong first impression with Jays
Juan Francisco has made a good first impression with the Blue Jays while filling in for the injured Adam Lind.
4/23/2014 | Trumbo seeking second opinion on left foot
D-backs outfielder Mark Trumbo has a stress fracture in his left foot, and he returned to Phoenix for a second opinion from team physician Michael Lee.
4/23/2014 | Chapman pleased with execution in BP session
He was pitching from behind a screen and facing hitters wearing the same Reds uniform, but Wednesday remained a significant benchmark for closer Aroldis Chapman.
4/23/2014 | Arcia outpaces Willingham as duo progresses
Oswaldo Arcia, on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 5 with a right wrist strain, is ahead of Josh Willingham (left wrist fracture), as Arcia has already started to take batting practice in the cages.
4/23/2014 | Wilson called up to spell taxed bullpen
In need of another bullpen arm after two shaky starts by the team's starting rotation, the Red Sox decided to recall reliever Alex Wilson from Triple-A Pawtucket on Wednesday.
4/23/2014 | Hardy, Wieters return to Orioles lineup
Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy and catcher Matt Wieters returned to the lineup on Wednesday night after the pair was sidelined with minor injuries sustained over the weekend in Boston.
4/23/2014 | Bundy, Machado continuing to make progress
Orioles top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy threw eight curveballs in Wednesdays bullpen, the first time he's thrown that pitch since undergoing Tommy John surgery last year.
4/23/2014 | Seager snaps Seattle's skid with walk-off HR
With two swings of the bat Wednesday, third baseman Kyle Seager picked up Seattle's slumping offense and tossed aside an eight-game losing streak as the Mariners pulled out a 5-3 win over the Astros at Safeco Field with their first walk-off victory of the season.
4/23/2014 | Dyson shows what speed can do with bunt
Jarrod Dyson is getting his first chance to see regular duty as the Royals' center fielder with Lorenzo Cain (groin) on the disabled list. Because of Dyson's great speed -- he's one of the fastest players in the game -- the bunt is one of his weapons.
4/23/2014 | Ricketts celebrates 'incredible day' at Wrigley
Tom Ricketts, the Cubs chairman, enjoyed the 100th birthday celebration for Wrigley Field in his perpetually cheerful style.
4/23/2014 | Pujols: 500 milestone hasn't quite sunk in yet
Albert Pujols typically isn't a very good sleeper, and he had no chance of getting a good night's rest on Tuesday.
4/23/2014 | Grand slam gives slugging Giants 11-inning win
The Giants finally showed some offensive life Wednesday. They hit six home runs, two each by Michael Morse and Hector Sanchez, whose 11th-inning grand slam gave San Francisco a 12-10 victory over the Rockies.
4/23/2014 | Girardi takes Pineda under his wing
Once things had calmed down, Yankees manager Joe Girardi did something absolutely brilliant. He summoned pitcher Michael Pineda to a private place up the tunnel from the visitors' dugout at Fenway Park on Wednesday night.
4/23/2014 | Tipping pitches isn't issue for Salazar in loss
Danny Salazar has had issues in the past with tipping pitches. Neither Indians manager Terry Francona nor pitching coach Mickey Callaway felt that was a contributing factor in the right-hander's loss to the Royals on Tuesday.
4/23/2014 | Cruz belts two homers as Orioles win slugfest
Nelson Cruz homered twice, including his seventh career grand slam as part of a six-run fifth inning that helped catapult the Orioles past the Blue Jays, 10-8, on Wednesday night.
4/23/2014 | Johnson to have Tommy John surgery
Pitcher Josh Johnson will have Tommy John surgery on Thursday, after an exam by noted orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews this week showed damage to the ulnar collateral ligament in Johnson's right elbow.
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