5/7/2013 | After collision in fifth, Ross, Middlebrooks exit
After Red Sox backup catcher David Ross collided with teammate Will Middlebrooks in pursuit of a foul ball down the third-base line in the fifth inning, both players eventually left Tuesday's game.
5/7/2013 | Tigers take up cause of saving namesakes
What began with a trip to the zoo and a plastic bank led Tigers president/general manager Dave Dombrowski and his wife, Karie Ross, to Capitol Hill.
5/7/2013 | Forsythe progressing toward return, will jog Wednesday
Logan Forsythe has ditched the protective boot he's worn since Spring Training. On Wednesday, he'll jog for the first time, the first notable step in weeks toward getting back on the field.
5/7/2013 | Boston Marathon victim throws out first pitch
The Red Sox continued paying respects to those affected by the Boston Marathon bombing before Tuesday night's game against the Twins.
5/7/2013 | Wieters' three RBIs lift O's over Royals
Matt Wieters drove in three runs, the last coming on a tie-breaking double in the bottom of the eighth inning, that gave the Orioles a 4-3 victory over the Royals on Tuesday night at Camden Yards.
5/7/2013 | Maddon ejected after arguing call at the plate
Joe Maddon has been ejected from Tuesday night's game against the Blue Jays. The ejection came after home-plate umpire Marty Foster called out Sean Rodriguez, who was trying to score from third base on a bunt.
5/7/2013 | Happ hospitalized after being struck in head by liner
Blue Jays left-hander J.A. Happ had to be taken off the field on a stretcher after he was struck in the head by a line drive during the second inning of Tuesday night's game against the Rays.
5/7/2013 | Kendrick leads Phillies to win over Giants
Kyle Kendrick has been pulling his weight since the season started, outpitching the more highly paid and highly touted Cliff Lee, Roy Halladay and Cole Hamels. His excellent season continued Tuesday in a 6-2 victory over the Giants at AT&T Park, where he allowed six hits and two runs and struck out six in seven innings.
5/7/2013 | Rockies have eye toward future in resting Tulo
Troy Tulowitzki and the Rockies are not worried, even though left groin discomfort forced the star shortstop out of the starting lineup for the second time in four games on Tuesday night.
5/7/2013 | Getting better every day, Heyward takes BP again
Jason Heyward, who is still recovering from an emergency appendectomy, took batting practice on Tuesday. Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez said that Heyward spent about 30 minutes swinging with B.J. Upton and Ramiro Pena. Heyward also took BP on Monday.
5/7/2013 | Astros' moves make them more athletic
The decision to get rid of outfielders Rick Ankiel and Fernando Martinez on Monday had more to do with their lack of offensive production -- and high strikeout rates -- than anything else, but the Astros' outfield has gotten more athletic in the process.
5/7/2013 | Big Papi extends hitting streak to 27 games
In the bottom of the second inning of Tuesday's contest against the Twins, David Ortiz raked a hard single to left, extending his career-long hitting streak to 27 games.
5/7/2013 | Santos getting closer to return from DL
Sergio Santos is expected to be out for another two weeks because of tightness in his right triceps muscle. He is set to appear in games at extended spring training on Thursday and Saturday before starting a rehab assignment early next week with Class A Dunedin.
5/7/2013 | Cardinals activate Adams from DL, option Curtis
Power-hitting first baseman Matt Adams returned to the Cardinals' bench on Tuesday after a three-game rehab stint with Double-A Springfield (Mo.). In order to clear space for Adams on the 25-man roster, the Cardinals optioned Jermaine Curtis to Triple-A.
5/7/2013 | Motte's surgery deemed successful, necessary
Right-hander Jason Motte underwent Tommy John surgery on Tuesday, a procedure that became a necessity after Motte continued to feel right elbow discomfort during the early stages of a throwing program.
5/7/2013 | Weaver's recovery taking longer than anticipated
Sunday marked four weeks on the disabled list for an injury that originally carried an estimated recovery time of 4-6 weeks. But Angels ace Jered Weaver will need more than two more weeks before rejoining the rotation.
5/7/2013 | Aramis on track for first back-to-back action
Assuming his still-healing left knee holds up, Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez will play his first back-to-back games this week since returning from a month-long stint on the disabled list.
5/7/2013 | Prospects Buckel, Olt dealing with separate issues
Double-A Frisco pitcher Cody Buckel has been assigned to extended spring training, and Triple-A Round Rock infielder Mike Olt has been placed on the disabled list while waiting to see another eye specialist.
5/7/2013 | Davis returns to lineup Tuesday with new perspective
Chris Davis was back in the lineup for the series opener with the Royals Tuesday and said his injured right knee is feeling fine. Davis added that this was his first time missing games with an injury, and it made him realize that he's not invincible.
5/7/2013 | Castro has come a long way in three years
Tuesday marked the third anniversary of Starlin Castro's callup to the big leagues. On May 7, 2010, the shortstop was promoted from Double-A Tennessee to the Cubs and hit a three-run home run in his first at-bat in Cincinnati.
5/7/2013 | Fill-in starter Gomez earns victory for Bucs
Jeanmar Gomez, who replaced the injured James McDonald just hours before first pitch, blanked Seattle for the first five innings of the Pirates' 4-1 Interleague victory at PNC Park on Tuesday.
5/7/2013 | After lending relief, Swarzak unavailable for Twins
Reliever Anthony Swarzak turned in another strong effort Monday night against the Red Sox, throwing three scoreless innings, but he isn't available for Tuesday's game, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said.
5/7/2013 | Beckham eyes rehab assignment late next week
Gordon Beckham took ground balls prior to Tuesday's series opener with the Mets at Citi Field, marking the first time the White Sox second baseman has done so since surgery to remove a fractured hamate bone in his left hand.
5/7/2013 | Simon's dominating outing features six straight K's
Facing the National League leaders in team strikeouts during Monday's 7-4 Reds loss to the Braves, Alfredo Simon mowed them down. Simon faced six hitters in the sixth and seventh innings and struck out all six.
5/7/2013 | Giants activate Mijares, option Machi
Opting for an adequately stocked bench over above-average pitching depth, the Giants activated left-hander Jose Mijares from the restricted list Tuesday and optioned right-hander Jean Machi to Triple-A Fresno.
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