5/15/2012 | Consistent success elusive for Tigers, Twins
Detroit will be looking to win back-to-back games for the first time since April 18 as it welcomes Minnesota to Comerica Park for a two-game series on Wednesday.
5/15/2012 | In KC, Hunter hopes O's keep slugging
The O's -- tied with the Rays atop their division -- will look to keep the power supply coming in the opener of a short two-game series with the Royals on Wednesday.
5/15/2012 | Indians expect Felix to make it tough for bats
The Mariners will send ace Felix Hernandez to the mound Wednesday as the Indians counter with Ubaldo Jimenez, as a struggling Johnny Damon looks to get his bat going.
5/15/2012 | Garza hopes to shut down back of Phils' lineup
Matt Garza will try to stop the surging back end of the Phillies' lineup, while the Cubs will face off with fill-in starter Kyle Kendrick.
5/15/2012 | Yanks seek length from Kuroda in Toronto
Fresh off a two-game series with one team they're chasing in the American League East, the Blue Jays welcome another division pace-setter when the Yankees travel to Rogers Centre for Wednesday's matchup, the first meeting between the two clubs this season.
5/15/2012 | Brewers, Astros attempt to gain NL Central traction
Following Houston's 4-3 loss to the Phillies on Tuesday afternoon, the Astros sat at 15-21 -- just a game behind the Brewers in the NL Central standings. The two will have the opportunity to gain some ground as they face off against each other starting Wednesday.
5/15/2012 | Sox riding momentum into showdown with Rays
The Red Sox are red hot as they roll into St. Petersburg to begin a two-game series with the Rays on Wednesday. Clay Buchholz gets the ball looking to continue Boston's recent stretch of strong starting pitching, while Jeremy Hellickson starts for Tampa Bay after a strong outing against the Orioles on Friday.
5/15/2012 | Starters tell different tales as Reds meet Mets
Entering Wednesday's matchup against the Mets, Reds starting pitcher Mike Leake is hoping to snap out of the worst stretch of his career, while Johan Santana is trying to build off of a strong outing his last time out.
5/15/2012 | Buehrle tries to lock up Braves, earn reward for efforts
While Mark Buehrle's 2-4 record may not indicate it, the Marlins righty, who signed with the team in the offseason after 12 seasons with the White Sox, has pitched well for Miami.
5/14/2012 | Justice: Hamilton can't play any other way
With 18 home runs, Josh Hamilton has three more than Barry Bonds did at this point when he set the single-season record of 73 in 2001. But he hasn't lost any of his aggressiveness to protect himself.
5/14/2012 | Cruz's slam sparks Rangers' rout of Angels
Nelson Cruz hit a grand slam and the Rangers knocked out 19 hits behind Neftali Feliz's six solid innings en route to a 13-6 win over the Angels on Sunday and a series victory. Cruz and Elvis Andrus each had four hits.
5/14/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Sun., May 13
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out. Here are the May 13 Mane Men of the Day.
5/14/2012 | The Week Ahead: Can Hamilton be contained?
As a new week dawns in Major League Baseball, fans, players, and, most of all, American League pitchers, have to wonder: Can anything slow down Josh Hamilton?
5/14/2012 | Teams with bullpen woes trying to get it right
A strong bullpen is often the lynchpin of a World Series winner. However, a number of title hopefuls have faced a troubling turn in their relief corps. Could those early woes cost clubs like the Red Sox, Tigers, Angels and Marlins a shot at October glory?
5/14/2012 | Blue Jays helping bring baseball to Haiti
A glowing example of the impact sports can have on the lives of others can be found in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, where severely impoverished kids have learned the game of baseball with a little help from the outside world.
5/14/2012 | Castrovince: No nailing down closer certainty
Who is the best closer in baseball? Mere weeks ago, this question would have engendered the closest thing to 100 percent consensus that you'll find in a game so analyzed, scrutinized and fractionalized.
5/14/2012 | Win a new ballfield in your community
The 2012 "Diamonds & Dreams" presented by Chevrolet will award new baseball fields each week for up to 12 weeks through July 22.
5/14/2012 | Votebook: Rejuvenated Jeter shooting for Stars
For six straight years, Derek Jeter has earned the fan vote to start at shortstop for the American League in the All-Star Game. He couldn't play last year because of an injury. This year, the 37-year-old is on a mission to once again merit the starting nod and his numbers are serving as quite the campaign tool.
5/14/2012 | McNamee testifies in Clemens trial
Brian McNamee, who sat at the same table as Roger Clemens while testifying before a Congressional committee in 2008, took the witness stand Monday with Clemens seated at the defendant's table in a federal courtroom.
5/14/2012 | MLB Notebook: A grand season to remember
In 2002, it all got started by an unlikely source named David Eckstein. On April 28 of that season, the Angels shortstop hit the first of the season's eight walk-off grand slams.
5/14/2012 | Bullpen groupthink a stabilizing force
As elusive as bullpen consistency has been this season, teams have maintained their standard methods of employing their relievers. As much as the game has evolved, bullpen usage appears to have reached a state of stagnation.
5/14/2012 | Cards release Romero, call up reliever Sanchez
The Cardinals gave left-hander J.C. Romero his unconditional release and recalled right-hander Eduardo Sanchez from Triple-A Memphis on Monday, the team announced.
5/14/2012 | Meggie: Votto bobblehead a labor of glove
The 25,000 fans who walked away from Saturday's Nationals vs. Reds matchup did so with a one-of-a-kind souvenir tucked under their arms.
5/14/2012 | Meggie: Bruce beckons for breakfast on bowl
Jay Bruce was excited to be featured on Sunday's Great American Ball Park giveaway, a cereal bowl and spoon set that was distributed to the first 8,000 kids age 14 and younger.
5/14/2012 | Lucroy welcomes big fan into the Cave
A long line was forming outside the MLB Fan Cave on Monday morning in anticipation of that night's Adam Lambert concert, but one woman in particular stood out. Shirley Donnick was wearing a No. 20 Brewers jersey, watching her favorite player through a window.
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