4/22/2013 | Cueto begins soft tossing from longer distances
It was a small step but a key one on Monday for injured Reds ace Johnny Cueto. Cueto began throwing and was soft tossing from distances of up to 75 feet.
4/22/2013 | Brewers power way to eighth straight victory
It didn't take long for the Brewers to seize control of what would soon become a 7-1 win on Monday night, but they may be more concerned with the health of starter Kyle Lohse, who was injured in the process.
4/22/2013 | Recovering Granderson empathizes with Jeter
Curtis Granderson could sense the disappointment that Derek Jeter felt after learning he had re-injured his surgically repaired left ankle, but Granderson also believes that Jeter might have found some relief in finally understanding why it was taking him so long to feel normal on a baseball field again.
4/22/2013 | Angels place Hanson on bereavement list
Tommy Hanson was placed on the bereavement list on Monday following a death in his family, and the Angels are leaning toward using long reliever Jerome Williams for Wednesday's start.
4/22/2013 | Back keeps Youk out; Tuesday status uncertain
Kevin Youkilis was a late scratch from the Yankees' lineup for Monday's 5-1 loss to the Rays at Tropicana Field after his back tightened following batting practice, and he may not be available to play on Tuesday.
4/22/2013 | Britton, Garcia leading candidates for rotation spot
The Orioles will need a starter for Wednesday's series finale against the Blue Jays, due to Friday's rainout and the subsequent doubleheader, and he will likely come from Triple-A Norfolk.
4/22/2013 | Cubs' slow start upsetting to Sveum
The Cubs' slow start certainly bothers manager Dale Sveum. Does he think about his job security? "I'd be lying if I didn't think about [myself] through some of this stuff," Sveum said on Monday.
4/22/2013 | Cano surprised by report of link to Biogenesis
Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano said on Monday that he was surprised to hear of an ESPN report that linked a spokesperson for his foundation to the ongoing investigation into the Biogenesis clinic.
4/22/2013 | Snow postpones Braves-Rockies at Coors
Monday's game against the Braves was postponed because of inclement weather. The Rockies and Braves will play a doubleheader on Tuesday, at 1:10 and 6:40 p.m. MT.
4/22/2013 | Pettibone's strong MLB debut backed by Rollins
Jonathan Pettibone struck out six in his first career start, and Jimmy Rollins backed him up on offense with a bases-loaded hit-by-pitch and an RBI single in the Phillies' 3-2 victory over the Pirates on Monday.
4/22/2013 | Marcum impressive with solid spring outing
Right-hander Shaun Marcum fired five scoreless innings in an extended spring game on Monday in Port St. Lucie, Fla., keeping him on track to make his Mets debut on Saturday.
4/22/2013 | Mets sign right-hander Mitchell to Minors deal
The Mets signed right-hander D.J. Mitchell to a Minor League contract, the team announced on Monday. Mitchell will report to extended spring training in Port St. Lucie, Fla.
4/22/2013 | O's option Arrieta, recall right-hander Burnett
Orioles starter Jake Arrieta was optioned to Triple-A Norfolk prior to Monday's game, as the 27-year-old right-hander is still searching for consistency and taxing the team's bullpen enough to warrant a move to add reliever Alex Burnett in his place.
4/22/2013 | Dodgers' batting order likely to take many turns
By swapping Matt Kemp and Adrian Gonzalez in the batting order on Sunday, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly apparently gave a strong clue as to how he will try to awaken his struggling offense.
4/22/2013 | Gomez garners NL Player of Week honors
Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez was named the National League Player of the Week on Monday after leading the league in hitting over six games last week.
4/22/2013 | Red Sox duo named AL Players of the Week
Red Sox teammates Mike Napoli and Andrew Bailey have been named American League co-Players of the Week this week. It's the third time a pair of Boston players have shared the honor.
4/22/2013 | Steady Markakis comes through with winner in ninth
When a critical error extended the bottom of the ninth inning and loaded the bases Monday, it was only fitting that Nick Markakis would be the one to end it, punching a ball into left field off Toronto lefty Aaron Loup to seal a 2-1 walk-off win for Baltimore.
4/22/2013 | Draft Watch: Gonzales outpitches Frazier
The Draft landscape changes drastically, it seems, almost daily. It makes an exercise like MLB.com's Top 100 Draft prospects list interesting, as arguments for changes in the rankings could be made on a regular basis.
4/22/2013 | Asdrubal rallies Tribe, Masterson past White Sox
Asdrbual Cabrera's two-out, two-run single in the eighth inning rallied the Indians to a 3-2 victory in the series opener at U.S. Cellular Field. Right-hander Justin Masterson moved to 4-1 and earned his second victory over the White Sox with seven strong innings.
4/22/2013 | Red Sox roll over A's thanks to Napoli's heroics
Mike Napoli banged a grand slam over the Green Monster on Monday night to lead Boston to a 9-6 romp over the Athletics.
4/22/2013 | Lackey starts rehab assignment in strong fashion
John Lackey had a strong opening to his Minor League rehab assignment on Monday, firing 3 2/3 shutout innings at Double-A Portland. Lackey gave up three hits while walking two and striking out five. He threw 67 pitches, 45 for strikes.
4/22/2013 | Royals' Herrera looking for location vocation
The theory that Royals reliever Kelvin Herrera has recently been tipping his pitches was emphatically dismissed by manager Ned Yost, pitching coach Dave Eiland and Herrera. Like real estate, it's location, location, location.
4/22/2013 | Reddick, Moss spend time with young bombing victim
Josh Reddick and Brandon Moss brought lots of joy to Boston Children's Hospital on Monday and left with even more, along with some perspective. Reddick and Moss, joined by first-base coach Tye Waller, paid a two-hour visit to Aaron Hern, a California sixth-grader who was seriously injured in the Boston Marathon bombings.
4/22/2013 | A's add Wells to outfield mix
The A's added to their collection of outfielders on Monday, acquiring Casper Wells from the Blue Jays in exchange for cash considerations.
4/22/2013 | A's encouraged by Cespedes' batting-practice session
Yoenis Cespedes participated in batting practice on Monday for the first time since hitting the disabled list, his injured left hand appearing to be no issue. That's extremely encouraging for the A's, who expect Cespedes to continue taking swings in Boston before beginning a two-day rehab stint on Friday.
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