5/30/2013 | DeRosa still feels right at home in Atlanta
Even though it's been nine years since he wore a Braves uniform, Mark DeRosa still enjoys the feeling of coming to Atlanta, where he played from 1998 through 2004 and where his now-16-year Major League career started.
5/30/2013 | Marlins join in the 'Live Like Bella' campaign
The Marlins paid tribute to the courage and spirit of Bella Rodriguez-Torres, who passed away on Tuesday at age 10 after a six-year bout with cancer.
5/30/2013 | A View From Studio 3: Skippers feeling heat
With the Royals and Dodgers failing thus far to meet lofty expectations, managers Ned Yost and Don Mattingly are already on the hot seat.
5/30/2013 | Giants fans face wide array of topics on latest 'Bucks'
In the 38 overall episodes of the hit MLB.com game show "Bucks on the Pond," there never has been a cast of contestants quite like Giants fans Andrew Harrison and Shelly Brown.
5/30/2013 | Mock Draft 2: Movement up and down in the middle
Teams have narrowed their focus a bit, but as they head into meetings and set up their boards for the June 6-8 First-Year Player Draft, there are still so many permutations of how things could unfold.
5/30/2013 | Some players defy age, none more than Mariano
The game has a handful of players that seem to turn in the same type of production year after year, regardless of age. Still, Mariano Rivera remains in a class of his own.
5/30/2013 | Votto and Choo are down with OBP
Thanks to their patience at the plate, Shin-Soo Choo and Joey Votto are on pace to become just the third pair of teammates in the past 75 years to reach base 300 times apiece.
5/30/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: May 30
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
5/30/2013 | A's eye seventh straight win, sweep of Giants
Left-hander Barry Zito and the Giants are ready to face an A's team that has won six straight games and 11 of its last 12, including three wins in three days in this Bay Bridge Series.
5/30/2013 | Weaver's return restores a sense of stability
Jered Weaver was dealing again, perfect through four innings and rock-solid for six in a 4-3 decision over the Dodgers on Wednesday at Angel Stadium.
5/30/2013 | Back from restricted list, Hanson to start Friday
Tommy Hanson's first start since being activated off the restricted list will come during Friday's series opener against the Astros, Angels manager Mike Scioscia confirmed after Wednesday's 4-3 win over the Dodgers.
5/30/2013 | A's withstand Giants for sixth straight win
After dropping 10 of their last 12 games at AT&T Park, the A's survived a late comeback attempt by their cross-Bay rivals and took advantage of a handful of Giants miscues to pick up their sixth consecutive victory.
5/30/2013 | Quad injury puts Tejada on disabled list
The Mets spent much of Wednesday debating shortstop Ruben Tejada's future in the Major Leagues. Circumstances outside their control have since made that conversation moot.
5/30/2013 | Rice becoming valuable piece to Mets' bullpen
Not only has Scott Rice's splitter helped bring the 31-year-old to the Majors, but it's turned him into a consistent and dependable reliever for the Mets.
5/29/2013 | Patience paying dividends for Brown, Phillies
Domonic Brown's patience paid off Wednesday, as the 25-year-old former top prospect hit two more homers in the Phillies' 4-2 win over the Red Sox. That gave him four homers in the last three games and a team-leading 13 this season. To put that in perspective, that's one more than he had in his career coming into the season.
5/29/2013 | Venable sends Padres to walk-off win in 10th
Will Venable's single with the bases loaded went just under the glove of Mariners first baseman Kendrys Morales to send the Padres to a 3-2 victory in 10 innings on Wednesday night.
5/29/2013 | Zimmerman, Navarro join select three-homer company
Ryan Zimmerman and Dioner Navarro slugged their way into history on Wednesday with a pair of three-homer games. By doing so on the same day, they put themselves in a somewhat more exclusive club.
5/29/2013 | Hunter hit by pitch on elbow, dealing with swelling
The Tigers were already prepared to lose Torii Hunter for a couple of games this weekend while he attended his sons' graduation. Now they're hoping they don't lose him for longer than that. As it is, his status for Thursday's series finale against the Pirates is questionable after he took a pitch off his left elbow during Wednesday night's 5-3 loss.
5/29/2013 | Reinforcements ready to roll in at right time for Yanks
Contrary to the belief of some Yankees fans, the veteran Yankees on the disabled list couldn't be returning at a better time. Barring any unforeseen circumstances, Mark Teixeira and Kevin Youkilis will be reactivated on Friday night when the Yanks open a three-game home series against the Red Sox.
5/29/2013 | Beneath Ike's slump waits a payoff
In one at-bat, you saw what the Mets are waiting for. You could see why they're so hesitant to cut the cord with Ike Davis, why they remain patient as Davis endures a brutal slump.
5/29/2013 | Nova makes history with 3 K's on nine pitches
During a Wednesday night filled with struggles for the Yankees amid their 9-4 loss to the Mets, Ivan Nova provided a highlight. The right-hander threw an immaculate inning in the top of the eighth, striking out the three hitters he faced on nine pitches.
5/29/2013 | Picked-up pieces from Mets-Yankees showdown
For this night of intracity baseball in New York, MLB.com delivers news bits and observations from the pressbox that might not have made the cut otherwise.
5/29/2013 | Phils swat four homers, move within game of .500
Domonic Brown belted a pair of solo shots, while Ryan Howard and Eric Kratz each added a solo homer to support Kyle Kendrick's solid six-inning start as the Phillies defeated the Red Sox, 4-3, on Wednesday night at Citizens Bank Park.
5/29/2013 | Smoak close to return; Morse undergoes tests in Seattle
Mariners first baseman Justin Smoak said the oblique in his right side is feeling much better and he's close to being game ready, but outfielder Michael Morse remained behind in Seattle on Wednesday to undergo tests on a quadriceps strain.
5/29/2013 | Hicks backs Deduno as Twins win third straight
Samuel Deduno turned in seven-plus strong innings and was backed by Aaron Hicks, who had an impressive night both at the plate and in center field, to lead the Twins to a 4-1 win over the Brewers on Wednesday night at Target Field.
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