5/28/2013 | Yocum epitome of class, professionalism, dignity
If Dr. Robert Kerlan and Dr. Frank Jobe are the Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig of the sports medical profession, Dr. Lewis Yocum falls right in line as the fraternity's Joe DiMaggio: pure class, total professional, beacon of dignity.
5/28/2013 | Karns' debut earns him another start for Nats
Nathan Karns called his last 48 hours "a blur," but now the newest member of the Nationals will have some time to soak in his first trip to the Major Leagues.
5/28/2013 | Wieland hitting all rehab marks in return from surgery
Right-hander Joe Wieland's recovery from Tommy John surgery continues to go well. He's scheduled to throw live batting practice for the first time in Arizona on Saturday.
5/28/2013 | MRI reveals only bursitis in Pagan's hamstring
Angel Pagan underwent an MRI on his strained left hamstring Tuesday, and Giants manager Bruce Bochy said the news was good.
5/28/2013 | Hill's broken left hand showing improvement
D-backs second baseman Aaron Hill had another CT scan taken of his left hand Tuesday and according to the team, it showed mild improvement. After a meeting with Dr. Don Sheridan and a radiologist Tuesday, it was determined that Hill could start to proceed with activity.
5/28/2013 | Lyons continues to take advantage of shot in St. Louis
Tyler Lyons helped the Cardinals end their eight-game road trip in high style, pitching two-hit ball through seven innings, as St. Louis held off the Royals, 4-1, at Kauffman Stadium.
5/28/2013 | In Subway Series debut, Harvey doesn't disappoint
In his first career appearance against the Yankees on Tuesday night at Citi Field, Mets right-hander Matt Harvey continued his stellar 2013 campaign, allowing just one run over eight innings while striking out 10 in a no-decision.
5/28/2013 | Kemp exits after HBP causes numbness
Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp was hit on his right elbow by a Joe Blanton pitch in the second inning of Tuesday night's 3-0 win over the Angels, and was unable to throw by the ninth, when he was replaced by Skip Schumaker in center.
5/28/2013 | Reddick feeling good after first rehab game
A day after getting in work with Class A Stockton, outfielder Josh Reddick took his rehab to Sacramento for the start of what's expected to be a three-day stint with the Triple-A River Cats.
5/28/2013 | Grandal glad to put suspension behind him
Padres catcher Yasmani Grandal sat on the bench in the visiting dugout at Safeco Field on Tuesday afternoon, the first time he'd done so in a big league ballpark this season.
5/28/2013 | Butler joins Royal company with 1,000th career hit
Billy Butler recorded his 1,000th career hit in the first inning of Tuesday's 4-1 loss to the Cardinals, driving in a run with his double and becoming the ninth player to reach the milestone in a Royals uniform.
5/28/2013 | Lee dominates Red Sox in win at Fenway Park
Phillies left-hander Cliff Lee came up big in Tuesday's 3-1 victory over the Red Sox at Fenway Park. Former Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon earned his 10th save.
5/28/2013 | Hanley could hit Minors on Thursday
Injured shortstop Hanley Ramirez could begin a Minor League rehab assignment as early as Thursday, according to Dodgers manager Don Mattingly.
5/28/2013 | A 'definite fan' of Harvey, Doc in attendance Tuesday
Though Dwight Gooden makes a point of watching most of Matt Harvey's starts on television, he had only seen Harvey pitch once in person before attending Tuesday's Subway Series game against the Yankees at Citi Field.
5/28/2013 | Wright shares special moment with fan after win
David Wright heard Max Rubin all game long. "You're going to hit a home run," Rubin, sitting near the Mets' dugout, yelled toward Wright throughout Monday night's game against the Yankees at Citi Field. Leading off the seventh inning, Wright did exactly that.
5/28/2013 | Mauer's homers under scrutiny as of late
Joe Mauer was a little surprised that the umpiring crew reviewed his seventh-inning home run in Monday's game against the Brewers at Miller Park, the second time a homer of his was in question in three days.
5/28/2013 | Marathon heroes throw first pitch at Fenway Park
Two heroes from the Boston Marathon bombings threw out ceremonial pitches before the Red Sox faced the Phillies on Tuesday at Fenway Park.
5/28/2013 | Nearing rehab assignment, Hart travels with team
The suitcase he lugged to Miller Park on Tuesday represented another sign of progress for Corey Hart, who was to travel with the team for a five-game road trip as he moves toward a rehab assignment.
5/28/2013 | De Aza working on solution to reduce strikeouts
White Sox center fielder Alejandro De Aza is the Major League leader for strikeouts among all leadoff hitters this season. The next player close to De Aza's 54 punchouts at the top of the order, heading into Tuesday's action, is Pittsburgh leadoff man Starling Marte, with 48 K's.
5/28/2013 | Jennings' two-out hit wins it in ninth for Rays
Tampa Bay never led Tuesday night -- until the very end when Desmond Jennings gave them a 7-6 win over Miami with a two-out single in the ninth at Tropicana Field.
5/28/2013 | Buchholz to pitch against Yankees on Friday
When the Red Sox open their rivalry clash with the Yankees on Friday night in the Bronx, Clay Buchholz will make his return to the mound after dealing with a minor injury to his collarbone.
5/28/2013 | Giambi hopes big homer puts an end to slump
As veteran Jason Giambi jogged back to the visitors' dugout at Great American Ball Park, following his mammoth pinch-hit home run in the eighth inning on Monday, Indians manager Terry Francona extended his hand to greet the slugger with a fist bump.
5/28/2013 | Yanks activate Joba, designate Huff for assignment
One day after a bullpen meltdown at Citi Field, the Yankees are getting reinforcements. Manager Joe Girardi announced Tuesday that Joba Chamberlain has been activated from the disabled list, giving the team another experienced arm in the bullpen.
5/28/2013 | Tex, Youk set to begin rehab stints at Double-A
Mark Teixeira and Kevin Youkilis will join Double-A Trenton on Wednesday as they begin their respective Minor League rehabilitation stints.
5/28/2013 | Astros developing players, moving toward contention
Little by little, the Astros are doing exactly what they hoped to do this season. They're developing players like reigning American Player of the Week Jason Castro. They're developing a winning mindset, too. But how long will it take until they're a contender?
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