4/13/2013 | Wedge sees no effect from Safeco's changes
After just five games played under the new outfield dimensions along Safeco Field's left-side outfield wall -- drawn-in fences -- the impact has yet to be felt -- at least on Mariners manager Eric Wedge.
4/13/2013 | Ibanez in rare company with Kingdome homer
The number of active Major Leaguers who have hit a home run in the Kingdome is down to eight, including Mariners outfielder Raul Ibanez, now in his third stint with the club.
4/13/2013 | Cueto leaves start in fifth with triceps pain
Reds starter Johnny Cueto was cruising in the fifth inning of a tied ballgame against the Pirates, but had to leave with one out after throwing a pitch to Travis Snider due to pain in his right triceps.
4/13/2013 | Bucs jump on Reds' bullpen after Cueto exits
While four Pittsburgh bullpen arms held down the Reds, the Pirates produced timely hits off Cincinnati relievers for a 3-1 victory, their second consecutive win against the defending National League Central champs and their fourth in five games.
4/13/2013 | Cahill looks to keep up success vs. Dodgers in finale
Trevor Cahill looks to maintain his perfect record against the Dodgers on Sunday at 1:10 p.m. PT. Josh Beckett will try to help give the Dodgers a series victory on the road.
4/13/2013 | Deep purple: Helton won't play for anyone else
Todd Helton's a career member of the Rockies and in his 17th season playing for the only Major League Baseball organization he's ever known. But come next year at this time, if he's not with the Rockies anymore, he won't be playing for anyone.
4/13/2013 | Experienced Latos opposes Bucs rookie Irwin
Phil Irwin will make his Major League debut for the Pirates on Sunday, opposed by Mat Latos, with a Pittsburgh sweep on the line in the series finale at PNC Park.
4/13/2013 | Cards go for shutout No. 3 as Crew looks for offense
On Sunday afternoon, the Cardinals send Jaime Garcia to the mound to face the Brewers and Marco Estrada. The Cards shut out the Crew in the first two games of the series.
4/13/2013 | Weiss confident Lopez will find his rhythm
Rockies manager Walt Weiss continues to have confidence in reliever Wilton Lopez, despite Lopez's early struggles this season.
4/13/2013 | Rosario showing improvement behind the dish
Rockies catcher Wilin Rosario has made noticeable improvement with his receiving, but teams may not have noticed yet, which is perfectly fine with him.
4/13/2013 | Headley expected to return next week
Padres third baseman Chase Headley took a break Saturday from his Minor League rehab assignment to receive his 2012 Silver Slugger and Gold Glove Awards during a pregame ceremony, but positive news about his playing future came a couple hours before.
4/13/2013 | Padres pushing it on the bases
The situation must be right to gamble on stealing a base -- even with speedy weapons like outfielder Will Venable and a National League stolen-base champ in shortstop Everth Cabrera -- but the Padres have to stay more aggressive than most with an offense that's struggled early on.
4/13/2013 | Ruling on Quentin's appeal could come Sunday
Padres outfielder Carlos Quentin didn't comment on the eight-game suspension handed down by Major League Baseball for his role in Thursday's benches-clearing brawl with Zack Greinke and Dodgers.
4/13/2013 | Maybin sits out Saturday, to return Sunday
Cameron Maybin was held out of the Padres lineup for a second straight game on Saturday in an attempt to fix his offensive struggles.
4/13/2013 | De La Rosa at home with Halos
When the Angels placed Jered Weaved on the 15-day disabled list and called Dane De La Rosa up from Triple-A Salt Lake, the right-handed reliever got the chance to fulfill a bit of a childhood dream.
4/13/2013 | Aybar, Jepsen join Weaver on disabled list
After placing Jered Weaver on the 15-day disabled list on Tuesday, Erick Aybar and Kevin Jepsen were added on Saturday.
4/13/2013 | Roth earns win in Major League debut
Michael Roth made his Major League debut on Saturday, striking out four batters in two perfect innings to earn the victory.
4/13/2013 | Farrell's decision making pays off against Rays
John Farrell earned his stripes as the Red Sox's new manager in Saturday's 2-1 win, said outfielder Jonny Gomes, not pointing to any moves specifically, but praising Farrell for his decision making.
4/13/2013 | Mattingly hopes to end Dodgers' struggles in the desert
With a former Dodger official as CEO and a former Dodger hero as manager, the Arizona Diamondbacks have put together a team that knows how to beat the Dodgers.
4/13/2013 | Rangers looking to trade Borbon
The Rangers are growing confident they can find a trade partner for outfielder Julio Borbon, who was designated for assignment on Tuesday. The Rangers have 10 days to trade him or put him on waivers. He has to clear waivers before Texas can send him to Triple-A Round Rock.
4/13/2013 | Yu pushed back to avoid chilly Chicago
The Rangers have pushed back Yu Darvish in the rotation to avoid having him pitch in Chicago during the three-game series that starts on Tuesday at Wrigley Field. Texas' starters against the Cubs will be Derek Holland, Justin Grimm and Alexi Ogando.
4/13/2013 | Garcia get first start as Washington switches lineup
With lefty Joe Saunders starting for Seattle, manager Ron Washington switched Texas' lineup on Saturday. Lance Berkman and Mitch Moreland were given the night off, while Jeff Baker started at first base, Elvis Andrus was used at designated hitter and Leury Garcia made his first Major League start, at shortstop.
4/13/2013 | Rangers likely to miss Cubs' Feldman, M's Felix
The Rangers are expected to miss Cubs right-hander Scott Feldman, a former Texas pitcher, and Mariners ace Felix Hernandez in their upcoming series next week.
4/13/2013 | Lilly's spot on Dodgers' packed roster still in question
Ted Lilly is in limbo. The Dodgers told Lilly they want him to make two more rehab starts in the Minor Leagues. Lilly told the Dodgers, no thanks.
4/13/2013 | Wilson looks to deliver Halos' first series win
After Saturday's dramatic come-from-behind victory, the Angels hope that momentum carries over to Sunday's rubber game against the Astros, when left-hander C.J. Wilson faces righty Philip Humber as both search for their first wins.
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