8/28/2012 | Giants' Mota returns after lengthy suspension
Guillermo Mota reciprocated the enthusiasm that Giants players displayed Tuesday as they welcomed him back to the active roster. But the right-hander's 100-game suspension left a sobering impression on him.
8/28/2012 | Span late scratch from lineup with sore collarbone
Denard Span was a late scratch from the Twins' lineup prior to Tuesday's game against the Mariners.
8/28/2012 | Fresh off another shutout, Felix entering rarefied air
Felix Hernandez continued his ascent to where few pitchers have gone with his 1-0 victory over the Twins on Monday.
8/28/2012 | Napoli may not be back until September
The Rangers are coming to grips with the possibility that catcher Mike Napoli won't be ready to come off the disabled list this week and that it could be well into September before he is back.
8/28/2012 | Schwimer doesn't report to Triple-A after demotion
Where is Phillies right-hander Michael Schwimer? The Phillies optioned him to Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Thursday, but he never reported to the IronPigs within the required 72-hour window.
8/28/2012 | Chen on track to make start against Tigers
Left-hander Bruce Chen is healthy and will pitch as scheduled on Wednesday night against the Tigers, manager Ned Yost said on Tuesday.
8/28/2012 | Starlin's work with staff helped lead to extension
Cubs manager Dale Sveum started working with Starlin Castro right away in Spring Training, and the way the shortstop responded was part of the motivation in signing him to a long-term contract.
8/28/2012 | After fixing flaw, League settles in for Dodgers
The July 31 acquisition of reliever Brandon League from Seattle, which looked like a bust two weeks into his Dodgers career, now has the appearance of being a good move.
8/28/2012 | Bucs clobber Cards
Josh Harrison's passionate but vain attempt to run through catcher Yadier Molina in the second inning did not produce a run, but the Pirates poured across plenty of others for James McDonald, who responded in kind with two-hit pitching for seven innings in the 9-0 victory.
8/28/2012 | Marlins pound Strasburg, back Nolasco's shutout
Ricky Nolasco threw a five-hit shutout and Miami erupted for seven runs against Stephen Strasburg in a 9-0 win over Washington at Marlins Park.
8/28/2012 | Joyce exits early with strained left forearm
Matt Joyce left Tuesday night's game against the Rangers with a strained left forearm and is listed as day to day.
8/28/2012 | Hughes helps Yanks hold ground in AL East race
Phil Hughes turned in another encouraging outing for the Yankees, spinning seven strong innings and leading his club to a 2-1 victory over the Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night.
8/28/2012 | Tillman, Orioles blank White Sox on two hits
Right-hander Chris Tillman allowed just one hit over seven innings to lead the Orioles to a 6-0 win over Chris Sale and the White Sox on Tuesday night at Camden Yards. Nick Markakis drove in three runs, while Lew Ford and Adam Jones homered.
8/28/2012 | Uganda Little Leaguers feted by Rollins, Phillies
A week removed from becoming the first team from Africa to win a game at the Little League World Series, the Ugandan Little Leaguers got the experience of a lifetime on Tuesday when Jimmy Rollins hosted them at the Phillies-Mets game.
8/28/2012 | Niemann returning Saturday; Price pushed to Sunday
The Rays will alter their rotation to include Jeff Niemann during the upcoming series in Toronto. Niemann, who will be activated on Saturday when rosters can be expanded, will pitch that day, pushing David Price back until Sunday.
8/28/2012 | Tulo uncertain if he can return to Rox by Saturday
Still tentative on the bases, Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is not sure he'll be able to return to the lineup when Major League rosters expand to 40 on Saturday.
8/28/2012 | D-backs won't add Bauer during Triple-A playoffs
Although D-backs top prospect Trevor Bauer will likely see action in the Major Leagues again this season, it won't be until Triple-A Reno finishes its playoff run.
8/28/2012 | Headley admires Chipper's durability most
Padres third baseman Chase Headley has great admiration for retiring star Chipper Jones on many levels, but nowhere more than the Braves third baseman's longevity and durability.
8/28/2012 | Marcum reportedly placed on waivers
FOXSports.com reported that the Brewers placed right-hander Shaun Marcum on waivers Tuesday in a strategically-timed move that positions the team to trade him before the weekend.
8/28/2012 | Chapman carves place in Reds history
On Monday in a 3-2 Reds win over Arizona, Chapman pitched a 1-2-3 ninth inning and recorded his 24th consecutive save to break the record he shared with John Franco (1988) and Rob Dibble (1991).
8/28/2012 | Heyward's lefty-righty splits show sharp contrast
After Jason Heyward homered in each of the final three games of this past weekend's series in San Francisco, some fans wondered why manager Fredi Gonzalez had left Heyward out of the lineup for Thursday's series opener.
8/28/2012 | Saunders ready to debut for Orioles against White Sox
Left-hander Joe Saunders makes his Orioles debut on Wednesday night against the White Sox. Dylan Axelrod, called up from Triple-A Charlotte, will start for Chicago.
8/28/2012 | Initially, it'll be CC vs. J.A. in series finale in NY
CC Sabathia and J.A. Happ will square off as the Yankees and Blue Jays play the rubber game of their three-game series on Wednesday afternoon in New York.
8/28/2012 | Mariners clicking on all cylinders against Twins
After Tuesday's loss dropped the Twins to 1-7 vs. the Mariners on the season, it's up to Samuel Deduno to try and turn their fortunes on Wednesday against Seattle's Jason Vargas.
8/28/2012 | Deserving Blackley tabbed to face Indians
The A's hand the ball to Travis Blackley on Wednesday at Progressive Field, where the Indians counter with Corey Kluber.
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