5/10/2013 | Cobb dominant early, and Rays' bats heat up late
The Rays made contact. The Padres did not. Eventually, that combination led to a 6-3 Rays win Friday night at Tropicana Field.
5/10/2013 | Adrian returns to Dodgers' lineup
Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, who exited Wednesday's game after four innings with a mild neck strain, was back in the lineup on Friday.
5/10/2013 | Gutierrez takes BP, says hammy feels better
Mariners center fielder Franklin Gutierrez took batting practice on Friday as he continues his recovery from a strained right hamstring that has sidelined him since April 22.
5/10/2013 | Jones awarded homer after replay at Citi Field
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle successfully petitioned the umpiring crew to consult replay, and a brief delay was all it took to reverse a triple to a home run for Garrett Jones against Mets right-hander Shaun Marcum on Friday.
5/10/2013 | Van Slyke called up; Herrera optioned
The Dodgers selected the contract of Scott Van Slyke from Triple-A Albuquerque and optioned infielder/outfielder Elian Herrera to Triple-A on Friday.
5/10/2013 | Cobb K's four Padres -- in one inning
One of the stranger frames of the Rays' season took place in the third inning of Friday night's game against the Padres: Rays starter Alex Cobb became the second pitcher in team history to strike out four batters in one inning.
5/10/2013 | Hochevar having success airing it out as reliever
Increasingly, Luke Hochevar is catching onto this relief gig. The big right-hander, a starter throughout his career, was moved to the bullpen with the influx of new starting pitchers, and he appeared in his ninth game on Thursday night at Baltimore.
5/10/2013 | Oswalt goes three frames in extended spring game
Veteran three-time All-Star pitcher Roy Oswalt, who signed a Minor League contract with the Rockies on May 2, threw three innings and displayed decent fastball velocity Friday during his first extended spring training outing in Arizona.
5/10/2013 | Dominguez moves past off night at hot corner
Astros third baseman Matt Dominguez, who is one of the best defensive third basemen in baseball, committed a career-high three errors in Thursday's loss to the Angels, and would have had a fourth had the official scorer not given Howie Kendrick a hit on a ball Dominguez threw away in the seventh.
5/10/2013 | Halladay apologetic to fans following shoulder injury
After sitting with his thoughts for a couple days after finding out he'd need to undergo surgery on his right shoulder, Roy Halladay felt he needed to send a direct message to those he felt had been somewhat ignored.
5/10/2013 | Upton ready for first game at Chase Field as visitor
Justin Upton has done his best to move forward since being dealt to the Braves in January, but he knows that Monday he will be stepping into his past when his new team visits Chase Field to open a three-game series.
5/10/2013 | Beckham swings off tee, eager for rehab assignment
After taking 100 swings off a tee for the first time Friday, injured White Sox second baseman Gordon Beckham anticipates going on a rehab assignment in the next 7-10 days.
5/10/2013 | Gibson offers support for criticized umpires
Don't count on D-backs manager Kirk Gibson to join the chorus of people criticizing Major League umpires in the wake of a pair of controversial decisions.
5/10/2013 | Gardenhire eager to get Arcia more playing time
Rookie outfielder Oswaldo Arcia has been one of the hottest hitters in baseball in May, and Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said he will get regular playing time moving forward.
5/10/2013 | Overbay's five RBIs net Girardi 500th win with Yanks
Lyle Overbay hit a two-run homer, doubled twice, singled and drove in five runs, and Ichiro Suzuki also slugged a two-run blast as the Yankees defeated the Royals, 11-6, on Friday at Kauffman Stadium, giving Joe Girardi his 500th win as Yanks manager.
5/10/2013 | Lewis, Ramirez make progress at Frisco
The Rangers had two pitchers make significant starts in the Minor Leagues on Wednesday: Colby Lewis at Triple-A Las Vegas and Neil Ramirez at Double-A Frisco. Lewis is on the road back from last year's flexor tendon surgery, and Ramirez is on the road back to re-establishing himself as a legitimate pitching prospect.
5/10/2013 | Tigers activate Coke from DL, option Putkonen
Phil Coke's eight-pitch inning of relief at Triple-A Toledo on Thursday put him in position to return this weekend. The Tigers announced after Friday's game that they'll activate Coke from the 15-day disabled list before Saturday's game against the Indians.
5/10/2013 | Hundley aims to move past Grandal comments
Catcher Nick Hundley said Friday he had reached out to Yasmani Grandal regarding comments Hundley made in a U-T San Diego article that suggested Grandal "had a couple of good months on steroids."
5/10/2013 | Montero's late homer gives D-backs fifth straight win
Miguel Montero smacked an eighth-inning home run off the right-field foul pole to lead the D-backs past the Phillies, 3-2, on Friday night at Chase Field.
5/10/2013 | Markakis not allowed to use custom bat on Sunday
Nick Markakis and Twins infielder Trevor Plouffe had bats specially made for the game on Mother's Day, but the bats were manufactured by MAX bats, which is not approved by MLB for Sunday.
5/10/2013 | Kazmir shows dominant velocity in Thursday's gem
For six innings on Thursday, Scott Kazmir showed that he once again has the potential to be a dominant pitcher in the big leagues. For three pitches, the Indians left-hander looked like the overpowering ace he was for the Rays a few years ago.
5/10/2013 | Estrada starts Monday as Crew aligns rotation
The Brewers re-aligned their pitching rotation for the start of a long road trip, slotting Hiram Burgos back into the mix for Saturday's game against the Reds and bumping Marco Estrada two days -- from Saturday in Cincinnati to Monday in Pittsburgh.
5/10/2013 | Double machine drives extra-inning comeback win
Manny Machado's single in the 10th drove in the decisive run as they O's came back from a six-run deficit in a 9-6 victory on Friday. Baltimore laced seven doubles, three of them from Chris Davis.
5/10/2013 | Scioscia moving on from 'isolated incident'
Angels manager Mike Scioscia briefly doubted his interpretation of the rules for pitching changes, but he was accurate and is ready to move forward after the umpires were disciplined and Astros manager Bo Porter apologized.
5/10/2013 | Hanson placed on restricted list
Angels starter Tommy Hanson, who continues to deal with the aftermath of his step-brother's death, was placed on the restricted list prior to Friday's game, with Barry Enright starting in his place during the series opener against the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field.
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