5/25/2013 | Baseball thanks veterans for their service
Baseball and veterans are two of the most American institutions, and through many programs in the big leagues, soldiers are being honored and aided, including this Memorial Day weekend.
5/25/2013 | Sanabia continues big league education vs. White Sox
Alex Sanabia was not punished for a spitting incident in his last start, but he did receive a great deal of teasing from his teammates. Sanabia returns to the mound Sunday when the Marlins square off against Dylan Axelrod and the White Sox in Chicago.
5/25/2013 | Gillaspie caps Peavy's fine effort with walk-off hit
Conor Gillaspie ignited a second straight walk-off celebration for the White Sox on Saturday with his game-ending RBI single in the ninth inning for a 2-1 win over the Marlins. Jake Peavy picked up the win with a complete-game gem.
5/25/2013 | Wandy, Gallardo square off in rubber game
The Pirates earned a rare victory at Miller Park on Saturday and they will go for the series victory Sunday behind left-hander Wandy Rodriguez. Yovani Gallardo will try to seal the rubber game for the Brewers.
5/25/2013 | Locke ties up Brewers to knot series
Jeff Locke set a season high with seven strikeouts, running his scoreless innings streak to 14 while receiving early run support in the form of homers from Andrew McCutchen, Pedro Alvarez and Neil Walker in the Bucs' 5-2 win Saturday at Miller Park.
5/25/2013 | Kobernus: Joining Nats is 'dream come true'
Nationals utility man Jeff Kobernus was preparing for batting practice in Columbus, Ohio, when Triple-A Syracuse manager Tony Beasley pulled him aside and let him know that he would be playing in the big leagues for the first time.
5/25/2013 | Davey's biggest concern is settling bullpen roles
The Nationals' offense struggled mightily in its first 48 regular season games, but manager Davey Johnson said before Saturday's game that his biggest worry is not the bats, but the bullpen.
5/25/2013 | Nats plan to get Moore consistent at-bats
After the Nationals' 5-2 win over the Phillies on Friday night, Nationals manager Davey Johnson said he wants to give Tyler Moore consistent at-bats to help him snap out of his recent funk.
5/25/2013 | Kratz: 'No ill effects' from collision at plate
Phillies catcher Erik Kratz brushed off his collision with Tyler Moore in the fourth inning in Friday's 5-2 loss to the Nationals at Nationals Park.
5/25/2013 | Galvis slides up in order, Revere slides down
Freddy Galvis is going to be the team's second baseman until Chase Utley returns from the disabled list. Phillies manager Charlie Manuel hit him second Saturday against the Nationals, dropping Ben Revere to eighth.
5/25/2013 | Hamels, Strasburg set to square off in series finale
Cole Hamels will take on Stephen Strasburg on Sunday in the rubber game of a three-game set between the Phillies and Nationals at Nationals Park.
5/25/2013 | Delmon delivers in eighth as Phils top Nats
Philadelphia beat the Nationals on Saturday night at Nationals Park, 5-3, to pull with a game of .500. Delmon Young's RBI single scored Michael Young from first to break a tie in a two-run Philadelphia eighth.
5/25/2013 | Duffy to begin rehab assignment Sunday
Danny Duffy, who underwent Tommy John surgery last June 13, will start his Minor League rehab assignment on Sunday. Duffy will pitch four innings for Northwest Arkansas in San Antonio.
5/25/2013 | Dyson hoping to begin running program this week
Center fielder Jarrod Dyson said Saturday his recovery from a high ankle sprain is progressing well. Dyson was injured May 15 against the Angels when he scaled the outfield wall attempting to grab a Mike Trout home run.
5/25/2013 | Perez returns to Venezuela after grandmother's passing
Salvador Perez returned to his home in Valencia, Venezuela, on Saturday after learning of the death of his maternal grandmother. He'll be placed on the bereavement list on Sunday and can remain there for three to seven days.
5/25/2013 | Yost praises Tejada but stands firm behind Moustakas
Manager Ned Yost has admiration for veteran Miguel Tejada's contributions off the Royals' bench, but he has no immediate plans to use him more at third base.
5/25/2013 | Pedroia going strong, could play all 162 games
Dustin Pedroia is on pace to play 162 games this season, and Red Sox manager John Farrell just might let him.
5/25/2013 | Drew out, dealing with soreness following slide
Jose Iglesias was back at shortstop for the Red Sox on Saturday. Regular shortstop Stephen Drew, who has been getting time off against left-handed pitchers anyway, was out of the lineup for regular rest, though manager John Farrell said Drew is dealing with soreness.
5/25/2013 | Price, others educate kids about healthy lifestyles
American League Cy Young Award winner David Price helped play host to about 60 youngsters, ages 7 to 17, and their parents on Saturday morning at a free two-hour clinic at Tropicana Field. The event was part of the 2013 national Promoting a Lifetime of Activity for Youth (PLAY) campaign to educate young people about the dangers of performance-enhancing drugs and the importance of leading healthy, active lives.
5/25/2013 | Red Sox nearing decision on left-hander Morales
The Red Sox expect to make a decision regarding Franklin Morales soon. The lefty could rejoin the team immediately and be used out of the bullpen, or he could make another Minor League rehab start and come back in the starting rotation.
5/25/2013 | Despite slump, Giambi still valuable to Indians
The Indians are not overly concerned that veteran Jason Giambi is mired in one of the worst slumps of his storied career. The aging slugger was not brought in to compete for a batting title. He is on the roster to offer experience, advice and the occasional clutch hit.
5/25/2013 | Doubront faces Tribe with increased velocity
The Sunday afternoon matchup between the Indians and Red Sox marks the last time the two clubs are scheduled to meet each other during the 2013 regular season.
5/25/2013 | Blue Jays turn to Jenkins to split series with Orioles
Baltimore won five of its seven series within the American League East entering its four-game set with Toronto, and it will have a chance to make that six of eight with a win Sunday. Miguel Gonzalez takes the hill for the O's and Chad Jenkins makes his second start for the Blue Jays.
5/25/2013 | Reyes begins running in recovery from sprained ankle
Jose Reyes started to run for the first time on Friday, and he continued to push the envelope in his recovery process before Saturday's afternoon game vs. the Orioles.
5/25/2013 | Machado making history for Orioles to begin season
O's third baseman Manny Machado burst out of the gates to start the season and is hitting his way into some elite company. He entered Saturday with the second-most hits in the Majors with 70, while his 21 doubles were three more than any player in the game.
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